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Nearly 50 years ago, at least six stores dedicated to the sale and repair of jewelry operated on Washington Street in the heart of downtown. In weeks, there will be none. Scallions Jewelers, which opened its doors at 1205 Washington in 1965, is moving to Halls Ferry Road, a newer building and parking with easier access. “I’m not doing the business I need to downtown,” said Danny Scallions, who has operated for five years the business begun by his father. N.L. Scallions operated at 1205 and soon after at 1207 Washington in the building where his son and grandson, Cory, work today. The decision to move, Scallions said, is vital because of the downturn in the economy. At the new location, 3425 Halls Ferry, Scallions said he will be lending money by returning the business to a jewelry and pawn store. “With the economy and the gold business, where gold prices are soaring to $1,400 an ounce, I’m doing more buying than I am selling,” he said. “I’m reopening into Scallions Jewelers and Pawn. We do a lot of buying gold and coins. Now we can have the best of both worlds.” Like Danny Scallions, Ed Canizaro, 63, grew up in the jewelry business on Washington Street. “It’s hard to believe that in a couple of weeks, there won’t be any more jewelry stores downtown,” said the retired owner of the former Joseph Canizaro Jewelry store, which had been Strauss-Stallings for years before Canizaro took over. “It was a different game then when there were a lot of watch repairs. Now everything is digital.” Ed Canizaro closed his store in 2004, shortly after the death of both of his parents. Others that had come and gone along the once-bustling part of Washington were Michael’s, owned by Jerry and Mike Silver; Dee’s; Busch, a chain store; and Duncan’s, a watch repair specialist owned by Claude and Roy Katherine Duncan.
By Shelia Byrd The Associated Press JACKSON — A bill designed to strengthen Mississippi’s open records and public meetings laws has passed the Senate Ethics and Judiciary B committees. Under the Senate bill, the state Ethics Commission or a chancery court could nullify any action that occurs during an illegally closed meeting. The bill also would impose a fine of up to $1,000 on any Health group person found violating targets smokthe law. ing in businessThe bill would set a es, including $100 fine per violation to anyone wrongfully casinos denying a person access to public records. The bill would require public officials who violate the law to pay reasonable attorneys’ fees to the person filing the complaint. No public money could be used to pay the fine or fees. Lynn Evans, chairwoman of Common Cause Mississippi, an open-government advocacy group, applauded the bill, which is similar to one that was unsuccessful in the 2010 session. Evans said there have been a number of incidents in recent years that show the need for the changes. She cited a 2009 meeting held by two members of the Mississippi Transportation Commission at a Jackson restaurant to discuss an Interstate 55 interchange project. The meeting had a quorum of the commission and was not publicly announced. It also excluded one of the three commissioners. “We want to make people think seriously about what they are doing as part of the public’s business,” Evans said Wednesday after the bill passed the Judiciary B Committee. Sen. Briggs Hopson, R-Vicksburg, said he’s concerned some of the violations occur because members of the public bodies aren’t aware they’re breaking the law. When the bill comes up for a vote before the full Senate later, Hopson said he would try to amend it to give public officials some latitude on violations that occur unknowingly. Currently, only a $100 fine is imposed, and
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Danny Scallions, left, talks with Greg Shorter of Shorter’s Towing about moving the Scallions Jewelry safe from the business at 1207 Washington St., left, to its new location on Halls Ferry Road.
Canizaro said he fully understands Scallions’ decision to move and expand. “In hard economic times, people stop buying jewelry,” he said. “Jewelry is the easiest thing not to buy. I’m sure (Scallions) has looked into this for several years. I think he’ll do well out there.” Vicksburg Main Street Program Chair-
man Harry Sharp said the news of Scallions’ move saddens and surprises him. “I certainly hope he continues to be successful,” he said. He acknowledged Scallions’ complaint that parking along Washington Street is diffiSee Moving, Page A9.
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A veteran and a near-novice walked away with top honors and $1,000 checks Wednesday as the Vicksburg-Warren County Chamber of Commerce named its teachers of the year. Virginia McElwee, an 11thgrade English teacher at Warren Central High School for 18 years, was named Secondary Teacher of the Year, and Mary Hunter Sharp, in her second year teaching sixth grade at Redwood Elementary School, took home the Elementary Teacher of the Year prize. McElwee and Sharp rose to the top from a field of 18 teachers nominated by their
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The winners • Elementary teacher of the year: Mary Hunter Sharp, Redwood Elementary School, sixth-grade math and science. • Secondary teacher of the year: Virginia McElwee, Warren Central High School, 11th-grade English. • Small business of the year: Goldie’s Trail Barbeque. • Large business of the year: Southern Hospitality Services (Courtyard by Marriott, Holiday Inn Express, Comfort Suites and Econo Lodge) • Ambassador of the Year: Katie Ferrell, BancorpSouth • Lifetime Ambassador Award: Bertha Kolb peers and representing public and private schools across the city and county. “I believe that all children can learn and achieve,” said McElwee, who has 26 years of teaching experience. “I
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Elementary Teacher of the Year Mary Hunter Sharp, left, and Secondary Teacher of the Year Virginia McElwee.
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Edwards begins his consulting job this week BATON ROUGE (AP) — Former Gov. Edwin Edwards starts his new job this week, doing research and consulting work for businesses owned by the head of the Louisiana Democratic Party while on home detention for a federal corruption conviction. Party chairman Claude “Buddy” Leach said Wednesday that among Edwards’ first tasks is to look into geothermal exploration and wind power generation opportunities for Leach’s energy company. He said the four-term former governor also will help him with agricultural issues. Edwards, a Democrat involved in state politics for
more than 40 years, won’t be advising o r g e tt i n g a paycheck from the state Democratic Party, Leach said. Edwin “I am paying Edwards him myself. He’s working for Buddy Leach, period,” Leach said. Leach said Edwards will work 25 to 40 hours a week and will be paid by the hour. He wouldn’t disclose the hourly rate but said it is less than what he pays other employees doing similar consulting work.
The 83-year-old Edwards was released from federal prison last week after serving more than eight years for a bribery and extortion scheme to rig Louisiana’s riverboat casino licensing process during his fourth and final term, which ended in 1996. He has maintained his innocence. He is completing his remaining six-month sentence in home confinement at his daughter’s house, rather than in a halfway house. He’ll be monitored and stay in close contact with the halfway house and federal corrections officials. Leach said Edwards will work out of a Baton Rouge
office and from his daughter’s home. Anytime he works at Leach’s office, “He has to check in and check out. He can only go to lunch with me, or if I’m out of the office, he has to bring his lunch,” Leach said, citing requirements by the Federal Bureau of Prison. Leach, a wealthy lawyer and cattleman from Leesville in western Louisiana, has been involved in Democratic politics in Louisiana for decades. A longtime friend of Edwards, Leach is a former congressman and a former state lawmaker.
Pit bull taken, owner arrested after attack JACKSON, Miss. — Authorities in Jackson have removed a pit bull from its home and arrested its owner following an investigation into a dog attack that left a 9-year-old boy with wounds to his mouth and stomach. Leseasn Pickett, 33, was booked with interfering with the duties of an animal control officer, failure to provide standard care and treatment of an animal and failure to maintain control of an animal. The dog attack occurred Monday afternoon as Marqueveni Keys played outside his home in south Jackson, near Pickett’s home.
Teen at Louisiana high booked with terrorism RICHWOOD, La. — A Richwood High School student was taken into custody and booked with terrorism for a threat to a fellow student.
The 17-year-old is accused of threatening a female student in class. According to the arrest affidavit, the victim reported that the student threatened her by saying, “That’s how you’re going to mess around and get shot” after she asked him to be quiet when he used an expletive.
in the death of Craig Mink was set Wednesday by Justice Court Judge Pat Carr. Johnson says Kennedy lived in a camper that was parked on Mink’s land behind his home. Johnson said during an argument over where the camper was parked, Mink was shot three times. His body was found in the camper. He said Kennedy was arrested at the scene.
Bond set at $1 million for slaying suspect
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TUPELO, Miss. — Bond has been set at $1 million for a man charged with murder in a slaying on Monday in the Pratts community of Lee County. Sheriff Jim Johnson says the shooting reportedly occurred during a dispute over where a camper was parked. Johnson says bond for 64-year-old Freddy Kennedy
NEW ORLEANS — A man from New Orleans’ Algiers neighborhood has been convicted in the beating death of the owner of a popular New Orleans breakfast spot. Thirty-year-old Bryant Boudoin was convicted of second-degree murder in the May 2008 death of Elizabeth “Betsy” McDaniel of Marrero. She was the owner of
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Two men, including one already out on bond, were arrested in Vicksburg over two days and charged with the sale of cocaine. George from staff Michael reports Banks, 39, 1326 Grove St., Apt. 1, was arrested at his home at 5 this morning on a search warrant stemming from an investigation into drug activity, said Lt. Bobby Stewart of the Vicksburg Police Department. Banks was charged with sale of cocaine and possession within 1,500 feet of a school after police found around 3 grams of cocaine and a pistol in the apartment that is less than a block from Grove Street School, a part of the Vicksburg Warren School District, Stewart said. It was Banks’ second arrest this month. On Jan. 7, he was arrested for shooting into an occupied building in Greenville in December and had been released on bond. On the Vicksburg charge, Banks was being held without bond pending an initial hearing. Separately, a Louise man was released on a $25,000 bond after being charged at 2:42 p.m. Wednesday with the sale of cocaine. J.B. Hoskins, 39, P.O. Box 83, is accused of selling cocaine in the parking lot of the Horizon Casino on Mulberry Street. The arrest is a result of an undercover investigation, Stewart said.
Betsy’s Pancake House in New Orleans. The jury began its deliberation Wednesday about 7:20 p.m. and finished its work Thursday about 12:30 a.m. State law mandates a sentence of life in prison. Prosecutors argued Boudoin and at least one other person planned a burglary at McDaniel’s home days in advance. Witnesses testified they scientifically linked Boudoin’s pry bar to the break-in. According to an account of the trial, Boudoin denied the crime. He had told detectives with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office a month after the crime that he was at his home or visiting friends in New Orleans. Betsy’s Pancake House on Canal Street in New Orleans has long been a popular neighborhood hangout.
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PUBLIC PROGRAMS Peace, Love and Mardi Gras Parade — 4 p.m. March 5, downtown Vicksburg; open to area clubs, churches, organizations, schools, dance/drill teams and businesses; application deadline Feb. 18; for more information and prices, Vicksburg Main Street Program, 601-634-4527. Buck’s Country Playhouse — Friday night potluck supper and music canceled for
January; 601-638-3193. March for Life — 11 a.m. Saturday, Vicksburg Catholic School parking lot; noon, nonwalkers meet at Monument to the Unborn, Cedar Hill Cemetery; will be joined by Warren County Right-To-Life; sponsored by the Knights of Columbus; 601-638-4776. Levi’s — A Gathering Place; 7-10 p.m. Friday, music by Wright Road Band; donations appreciated. Central MS Prevention Services — 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays; tutoring for junior and senior high school students; Algebra I and English state test; 601-631-0102; 2406 Grove St.
BENEFITS Cake Walk — 6-10 p.m. Saturday; to help with Lynn Goff’s
medical expenses; 601-6382224; Pattison Baptist Church, 1070 Elizabeth St., Pattison. Lander Family Benefit — 2-4 p.m. Sunday; Candace and 9-year-old Hunter Lander lost their home to fire; all items are needed, except for clothing; refreshments will be served; Fisher Ferry Volunteer Fire Department, 302 Goodrum Road.
CHURCHES Triumphant Baptist — Church conference for members only, 10 a.m. Saturday; 124 Pittman Road.
Pleasant Valley M.B. — Pew Rally, 6 p.m. Saturday; 260 Mississippi 27. Cool Spring M.B. — Deacon ordination service for Reggie Johnson, 6 p.m. Saturday; 385
Falk Steel Road. Greater Grove Street M.B. — Pre-13th anniversary for the Rev. Casey Fisher, pastor and wife, 7 p.m. Saturday; the Kiaser Sisters; 2715 Alcorn Drive. Taking It Back Outreach Ministry Thrift Store — 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays-Fridays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays; $7.50 for two bags of men clothes, shoes and purses; 1314 Fillmore St.; 601-638-0794 or 601-831-2056.
CLUBS Vicksburg Homecoming Benevolent Club — Meeting at 7 tonight; at the home of Willie Glasper, president. MVSU Vicksburg/Warren Alumni — New membership/ regular meeting, 6 tonight, Jackson Street Community
Black caucus opposes merger of SUNO, UNO BATON ROUGE (AP) — The Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus says its members will oppose any attempt to merge the University of New Orleans campus with the historically black Southern University at New Orleans campus. In a statement Wednesday, the caucus said such a merger would be the beginning of a “systematic demise” of historically black colleges and universities in Louisiana. A day earlier, Gov. Bobby Jindal asked the state’s top higher education board, the Board of Regents, to research a possible combination of the schools to determine whether it might better serve students. The caucus said Jindal is trying to push the idea through without proper study and at a time when caucus members claim the governor is shrinking diversity on college system boards.
Center, 923 Walnut St. Vicksburg-Warren ASU Alumni Chapter Meeting — 6 p.m. Friday; Walter Sheriff, president; ASU Vicksburg Branch, Cherry Street. Delta Sigma Theta Blood Drive — 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; Walmart parking lot; all donors get a free T-shirt. Sunshine Lodge No. 99 — Fish dinner fundraiser, 11 a.m.1 p.m. Saturday; 1001 First North St. Kappa Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Nu Kappa Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority — 3 p.m. Sunday; Founders’ Day Program; dinner served; Hilda Y. White, 601-636-77674; Robert Bell or Curtis Judge; Mount Heroden M.B. Church, 1117-19 Clay St.
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mississippi legislature Cigarette opponents fire up push for ban
Local group taking aim at youths who smoke
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By Manivanh Chanprasith firstname.lastname@example.org The local chapter of the Mississippi Tobacco Free Coalition is kicking off the new year with events tailored to a younger crowd. The Warren and Claiborne counties director, Leslie Horton, who was hired in November, said she and a 15-member advisory board are discussing projects to prevent smoking among youths and young adults. Programs will be funded through a $76,000 grant from the Mississippi Department of Health’s Office of Tobacco Control. “The purpose of this organization is to educate smoking cessation,” she said during a meeting Wednesday
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Leslie Horton, director of the Mississippi Tobacco Free Coalition’s Warren and Claiborne counties group, goes over her notes before an advisory board meeting Wednesday. with the group. The coalition is promoting a free program called Quit Smoking, a service that offers free nicotine gum and patches, as well as counseling, to smokers seeking to
kick the habit. Its information line is 800-784-8669. The group’s youth programs include Reject All Tobacco and Generation Free. Events will be promoted through schools this
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Outlook flat for bills to boost alcohol in beer JACKSON (AP) — Since 2003, Lazy Magnolia Brewing Co. in Kiln has operated as Mississippi’s only brewery, churning out locally flavored beer and becoming a small business success story. It isn’t what it could be financially because of Mississippi’s laws that restrict the alcohol content in beers to 5 percent, the lowest in the nation. Leslie Henderson, who coowns Lazy Magnolia with her husband, Mark, said if the alcohol content ceiling was raised to 8 percent, it would mean a sizable jump in her sales because she could add to her product line of gourmet and craft beer, whose alcohol content by weight hovers in
Leslie Henderson, who co-owns Lazy Magnolia with her husband, Mark, said if the alcohol content ceiling was raised to 8 percent, it would mean a jump in sales. the range of 7 to 8 percent. “I would estimate our business would have been approximately 25 percent greater (the past year), which is on the order of about $750,000, just in revenue. I would say at least 50 percent of that goes to pay some sort of taxes. That’s a lot of tax dollars that are lost. Raise Your Pints Mississippi, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the pursuit and enjoyment of craft beer, has supported legislation the past two sessions that would raise the allowable alcohol content
for beer in Mississippi from 5 percent to 8 percent. They’re doing the same this year, and have found a friend in Sen. David Baria, D-Bay St. Louis, who has filed the content-specific legislation and another bill that would legalize home-brewing of beer. The outlook is grim. “Dead on arrival, both of them,” Baria said of the bills’ chances of making it out of the Senate Finance Committee. “It doesn’t make sense to me. I’m from the Coast. When we run campaign events, if we
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A judge has ordered a separate trial for one of six current or former police officers charged in a plot to cover up deadly shootings after Hurricane Katrina. U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt set a tiral for retired Sgt. Gerard Dugue to begin Sept. 26. A trial for the other five is set for June.
barge spilled 283,000 gallons of fuel and closed part of the river near New Orleans for six days. A Coast Guard probe found that John Paul Bavaret II, a sleep-deprived apprentice mate, was at the tug’s helm without a captain at his side, a violation of Coast Guard rules.
Bavaret, 41, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony violation of the Ports and Waterways Safety Act and a misdemeanor violation of the Clean Water Act. The safety act charge carries a maximum sentence of six years in prison and the clean water act violation is punishable by a maximum of one year in prison. His sentencing is set for April 27. Ivan Vikin, special agent in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency’s criminal enforcement program in Louisiana, said DRD Towing has a history of operating undermanned vessels with unqualified workers. “These sentences demonstrate our commitment to hold accountable those violators who damage the environment and, at the same time, endanger their workers by placing them in harm’s way,” he said in a statement.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The co-owner of a company whose towboat was involved in a major oil spill that closed part of the Mississippi River for nearly a week was sentenced Wednesday to 21 months in prison. U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle also ordered Randall Dantin, 46, of Marrero, to pay a $50,000 fine and ordered his company, DRD Towing Company LLC, to pay a $200,000 fine. Dantin pleaded guilty last year to obstruction of justice for causing electronic payroll sheets to be deleted before the Coast Guard could review them. The company pleaded guilty to operating vessels with unqualified and overworked captains and to negligently discharging oil. In July 2008, the DRD towboat Mel Oliver was pushing a tanker barge when it collided with a tanker ship. The
don’t have beer, we won’t get a single vote. It’s just different in other parts of the state. “It’s frustrating because it’s reasonable. All you would do is bring our laws in line with every single other state. As it is, you’re limiting choice. We have one brewer in Mississippi. They’ve had to turn down contracts because the recipe would have resulted in a higher alcohol content. They have literally lost business because of this law. I haven’t given up on these, but if it has anything to do with alcohol, (Lt. Gov.) Phil (Bryant) doesn’t want to see it.” Bryant said he did “not see a reasonable public benefit” to increasing the alcohol.
JACKSON — Health advocates are renewing their push for a bill to ban smoking in all enclosed public places in Mississippi, including restaurants and casinos. Their efforts have been unsuccessful the past several years, and the bill will face obstacles again this year because some lawmakers — including the House Public Health Committee chairman — still say they don’t want to tell businesses what to do on private property. During a hearing of the House and Senate public health committees Wednesday, Terry F. Pechacek of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told lawmakers that the 2010 surgeon general’s report said there’s no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke. Pechacek, associate director for science in the CDC’s Office
on Smoking and Health, said he’s not taking a position for or against any particular bill. “Reports also conclude that eliminating smoking in indoor spaces is the only — I stress that word, only — way to fully protect the nonsmokers from secondhand smoke,” Pechacek said. Mike Cashion, director of the Mississippi Hospitality and Restaurant Association, said customers should get to choose whether to eat at restaurants that allow smoking. He said some members of the association support a statewide smoking ban, while others oppose it. “Government at every level, whether it’s city, state or federal, needs to be as cautious as possible about enacting policy that affects how they do business,” Cashion said. The Senate Public Health Committee will consider a bill in the coming weeks, said Chairman Hob Bryan, D-Amory.
Community colleges chief seeks board name change JACKSON — The head of the board that oversees community colleges has urged a House committee to support a name change. The bill would officially change the name of the state Board of Community and Junior Colleges to Mississippi Community College Board. Eric Clark, the board’s executive director, says the current name dates to 1986. The committee is expected to vote later.
Nurse practitioners, doctors at odds Some Mississippi physicians and nurse practitio-
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ners are at odds over a bill that would change the way they work together. The House bill would delete a regulation that the advanced-practices nurses enter into a collaborative agreement with a physician located within 15 miles. A hearing on the proposal was held Tuesday at the Capitol. According to the Mississippi Nurses Association, there are 2,000 nurse practitioners who fill the void particularly in rural areas that have no physicians.
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OLD POST FILES 120 YEARS AGO: 1891 Total cotton receipts today are 59,675 bales. • Mrs. H.C. Carter dies. • Mrs. Henry Butler dies.
110 YEARS AGO: 1901 A.A. Goldsmith, representing the Pabst Brewing Company, is in the city. • Capt. Ed Dorsey is reported very ill.
100 YEARS AGO: 1911 C.J. Edwards is a candidate for sheriff. • Mildred Godbold is to give up her position as superintendent of nurses at the Infirmary and will be succeeded by Esther Mitchell.
90 YEARS AGO: 1921 Only 340 Vicksburg and Warren County women have registered to vote to date. • Pollack and Co. will open a Vicksburg branch.
80 YEARS AGO: 1931 W.L. Tucker Jr. is soloist at Holy Trinity Church. • Anne Calhoun is here visiting Mrs. Robert Calhoun.
70 YEARS AGO: 1941 Teddy Shuff and Pete Nosser, Carr Central football stars, are awarded valuable player trophies. • Rabbi Stanley Brav and Louis L. Switzer will participate in a regional meeting of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation at Monroe.
60 YEARS AGO: 1951 J.J. Newman is named president of the Vicksburg Automobile Dealers Association. • Carr Central’s Greenies break a 27-game winning streak for the Natchez Rebels in a 45-34 basketball victory here.
50 YEARS AGO: 1961 Services are held for Wood E. Lanier. • Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Ahlrich announce the birth of a son, Randolph Charles, on Jan. 22. • W.S. Muirhead dies.
40 YEARS AGO: 1971 R.R. Scott, Utica resident, dies. • Mike Gay is named STAR Student at Warren Central.
30 YEARS AGO: 1981 DeLesslyn L. Broome goes over plans for a three-night seminar to be held at Wayside Apostolic Church of Deliverance. • Sally and Ronnie Selman announce the birth of a son, Joshua Denton, on Jan. 8.
Echoes of Fla. school’s N-word tiff The controversy over an Alabama publisher’s decision to drop the N-word from a new edition of Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” reminds us of the ruckus that erupted back in 2007 when Florida school officials agreed to drop the N-word from Fort Walton Beach High School’s stage production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” In both instances, someone decided a work of literature should be sanitized to suit modern audiences. But while we opposed school officials’ decision to censor “Mockingbird,” we are not greatly bothered by “Huck Finn’s” editing. Here’s some of what the Northwest Florida Daily News wrote about the “Mockingbird” dustup in 2007: “Deleting the word amounts to censorship. Even more disappointing, it signals that school officials believe the
uglier aspects of history — and of literature based on that history — should be whitewashed to satisfy the political sensibilities of today.” Those same objections apply to the “Huck Finn” revision. Up to a point. Alan Gribben, an English professor at Auburn University Montgomery, hopes that replacing the N-word with “slave” in a combined edition of “Huck Finn” and “Tom Sawyer” will make the novels more palatable to teachers and students. We think he misses the point of the language — it captures the casual racism of the time, and undergirds a message of tolerance — and disrespects an American classic. But Twain’s novels are out of copyright, which means anyone can publish them in whatever form they choose, condensed or “corrected” or cleaned up.
They’ve done exactly that for decades. This is not censorship — unlike school officials’ attempt to fiddle with “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which WAS censorship, because it involved a government entity forcing a change in language. (The officials eventually backed down.) Nor will the sanitized “Huck Finn” limit readers’ choices. Professor Gribben’s version will be just one of many on the market. We visited a local Books-A-Million store last week and found 11 different editions of “Huck Finn” from nine different publishers. All contained the N-word. No, we don’t care much for the Gribbenization of “Huck Finn.” But Mark Twain’s works will survive this and other wrongheaded rewrites.
20 YEARS AGO: 1991 Dan W. Renfro is named Engineer of the Year by the Vicksburg post of the Society of American Military Engineers. • Robbye Jewel Broughton dies. • The New York Giants win the Super Bowl over the Buffalo Bills, 20-19.
10 YEARS AGO: 2001 Thelma Strong Mobley Hammack, longtime Utica resident, dies. • Lurline Marie Lawrence is crowned Young Miss Vicksburg. • Beechwood Elementary is awarded two grants — for reading and science — totaling nearly $680,000.
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‘Nativist lobby’ is winning the immigration debate The failure of Congress and two presidents to enact immigration reform is plunging the nation into an ugly future. Call it the Arizonification of America. Quite apart from the ghastly shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others in Tucson, Ariz., the state truly has become, as Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik described it, “a mecca for racism and bigotry” — largely over immigration. It has become a state of Minuteman vigilantism, death threats against politicians and judges, talkradio demagoguery, and bullying of Latinos and rival politicians by “America’s toughest sheriff,” Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County. Now, governors and legislators in 23 other states, including Mississippi, are considering following Arizona’s lead in directing local police to act as immigration officers. And politicians in several states are contriving to, in effect, amend the U.S. Constitution to deny citizenship to children born in the United States if their parents are illegal immigrants. All this represents a high-water mark in the influence of the “nativist lobby” — a richly funded assemblage of national and local groups organized by Michigan ophthalmologist John Tanton. The move to end birthright citi-
Polls show that 60 percent of Americans support Arizona’s police enforcement law but that just as many support giving illegal immigrants a path to citizenship.
zenship is led by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who is affiliated with the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s legal arm. Tanton’s groups are making use of economic hard times to argue that immigrants — legal and illegal — are stealing jobs from Americans and straining government budgets. It’s largely bogus because immigrants tend to take jobs that Americans won’t or can’t do and because illegal workers pay taxes but can’t get benefits. If Congress had acted on immigration reform under President George W. Bush — it failed by five votes in 2007 — or if President Barack Obama had pushed it in his first year in office, as he promised, it might have included “impact aid” for communities with large undocumented populations. In the present climate, attacks on
illegal immigrants by radio talkshow hosts, politicians, vigilantes — and Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070 — invite profiling of Latinos in general, giving the trend a racist tinge. Polls show that 60 percent of Americans support Arizona’s police enforcement law but that just as many support giving illegal immigrants a path to citizenship. But GOP victories in 2010 will make it impossible for Congress to address the immigration problem constructively. The prospect is for harsh enforcement measures to be considered in the House, then get blocked in the Senate or vetoed by Obama, producing continued federal stalemate — and state activism. House immigration policy will be overseen by two longtime restrictionists, Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas, and immigration subcommittee Chairman Elton Gal-
legly, R-Calif. Smith has indicated he wants to enact mandatory electronic verification of the citizenship of all new employees — a step that might lead to mass firing of undocumented workers. Some pro-immigrant reformers say they could support “mandatory e-verify” if it were accompanied by steps to enable presently undocumented workers to gain legal status. But Republicans — and increasingly, even moderates — are opposed to anything smacking of “amnesty,” either because they fear the wrath of nativists or because of the prospect that former illegal immigrants will vote Democratic. Interestingly, one of the harshest of all anti-immigrant Republicans, Rep. Steve King of Iowa, was expected to chair the immigration subcommittee, but he was displaced by Gallegly. King blamed Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, who King said is “not very aggressive on immigration.” If that’s so, there will still be intense pressure for restrictive action, including a Congressional ban on birthright citizenship from FAIR and allied groups. Around the country, however, political leaders should be worried that conditions in Arizona will spread nationwide. A brief recent history of events
in the state prepared by the National Day Laborer Organizing Network includes neo-Nazi harassment of worker sites, lawsuits charging racial profiling, gun violence and verbal war between Arpaio and Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon over raids through Latino neighborhoods. In October 2008, Arpaio sent a 60-member SWAT team on a 2 a.m. raid of the Mesa, Ariz., city hall and public library, hunting illegal immigrant janitorial employees. In May 2010, Gordon announced he had received 5,000 threats — some of violence and death — for opposing S.B. 1070. When federal Judge Susan Bolton halted enforcement of major parts of the law, she received hate mail and death threats. And so did Judge John Roll, when he ruled in 2009 that illegal immigrants could sue a local rancher on charges of harassment. Roll died in the Tucson shooting rampage at the hands of deranged gunman Jared Loughner. Loughner had nothing to do with the immigration issue, but there has been plenty of other ugliness in Arizona over it. Does America really want that to metastasize nationwide?
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Where to get it: 1. IMMEDIATE HOME DELIVERY: For the next 48 hours call the Apatrim National Order Center at 1-866-964-2349 and ask for Dept. AP10762 (ask about the local readers discount*). Begin calling at 8:00 AM EST. 2. AT THE PHARMACY: It has been confirmed that Rite Aid and Walgreens have placed orders for Apatrim. * local readers discount ends in 48 hours.
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1. Primary study based on 26 participants over a 4-week period. Participants were directed not to add any exercise or change eating habits. Participants level of caloric intake and exercise were not measured or disclosed. 2. Mark Loy is a personal trainer and fitness consultant to PatentHEALTH, he is remunerated for his services. 3. Individual results may vary.
4. THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.
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House votes to repeal Congresswoman able to stand, ready for rehab Obamacare, working to replace requirements Signs of strength
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — In the latest milestone in Gabrielle Giffords’ recovery from a bullet wound to the brain, the congresswoman stood up and looked out a window even as preparations got under way for a move to Houston, where she’ll undergo extensive mental and physical rehabilitation. Her swift transition from an intensive care unit to a rehab center is based on the latest research, which shows the sooner rehab starts, the better patients recover. Giffords’ family hopes to move the Arizona congresswoman on Friday to TIRR Memorial Hermann hospital in Houston, where her husband lives and works as an astronaut. “I am extremely hopeful at the signs of recovery that my wife has made since the shooting,” Mark Kelly said in a statement released by Giffords’ congressional office. The staff at University Medical Center in Tucson “has stabilized her to the point of being ready to move to the rehabilitation phase.” Her progress was evident Wednesday as she stood on her feet with assistance from medical staff, hospital spokeswoman Janet Stark said. During rehabilitation she will have to relearn how to think and plan. It’s unclear if she is able to speak or how well she can see. And while she is moving both arms and legs, it’s uncertain how much strength she has on her right side. A gunman shot Giffords and 18 other people Jan. 8 as she met with constituents outside a grocery store in Tucson. Six people died and the other wounded. All survivors have been released from hospitals except Giffords. The suspect in the attack, Jared Loughner, 22, of Tucson, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Phoenix Wednesday, accused of attempting to assassinate Giffords and trying to kill two of her aides.
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Children look at candles that have been placed outside University Medical Center in Tucson for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. It does not include two murder charges listed in an earlier criminal complaint for the deaths of Giffords aide Gabe Zimmerman, 30, and U.S. District Judge John Roll, 63. Those are potential death penalty charges and prosecutors said they require a more painstaking process. Additional charges are likely. Loughner is in federal custody. He is set for a preliminary hearing on Monday in Phoenix. Though Giffords remains in serious condition, her recovery has amazed her family and impressed her doctors. Dr. John Holcomb, retired Army colonel and a trauma surgeon at the Houston hospital, praised the care she received in Tucson and said Giffords would “move quickly toward a tailored and comprehensive rehab plan.” Over the weekend, Giffords was weaned off the ventilator and had her breathing tube
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interview that she gave him a neck rub. Still, the extent of her injuries and long-term prognosis won’t be known for some time. “When she’s medically stable, there’s really no reason to keep her there,” where she could get infections and other complications long known to plague patients with long hospital stays, said Dr. Steve Williams, rehab chief at Boston Medical Center and the Boston University School of Medicine. “Over the last five to 10 years, there has been a big push to getting patients rapidly to rehab,” because research shows they recover faster and better the earlier therapy starts, he said. Giffords will likely be moved to Houston by Medevac jet, Williams said, and there is little risk of a brain injury from flying. Since part of her skull has been removed, there is less pressure on the brain, and there has been no problem with swelling during her recovery.
Kennedys to mark 50th year since famous oath WASHINGTON (AP) — Fifty years ago, President John F. Kennedy took the oath of office and called for a fresh start with a reminder that “civility is not a sign of weakness” and his famous request to “ask what you can do for your country.” Today, Caroline Kennedy was to gather members of her father’s administration, civil rights activists, astronaut Buzz Aldrin and others to celebrate the 35th president’s legacy. She and actor-comedian Jimmy Fallon also plan to talk about a new public service campaign aimed at youths.
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smart money Q: My father was a very smart man and very wellversed in setting up a trust that all his (and my mother’s) holdings were in. My dad passed away about six years ago, and my mom in March BRUCE of 2009. I am the only heir and was the trustee. I have not tried to finish my parents’ estate/trust and settle with the government on taxes I might owe. So here is the deal: I know that in 2009 the federal government did not require any payment of inheritance tax if it was under $3.5 million, which, at the time of my mother’s death, it was under this. However, in Kansas it was $1 million at her death, and I figured it to be worth about $1.3
million. What is the next step that I should do to settle up the final bill? I delayed because I had a very hard time accepting my mother’s death and just now am able to function completely. I know the IRS won’t care, but that’s the truth. — Kevin in Kansas A: The overwhelming likelihood is, there will be very little or no taxes to be considered. You mentioned that there could be as much as $300,000 gross amount taxable under the laws of Kansas. Given this will still be an emotional activity for you, it will be well to your advantage to sit down with a CPA or an enrolled agent and let him handle the negotiations with the state. It should be a relatively simple proposition, and you should step back and let a professional handle it. •
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CANTON (AP) — Nissan Motor Co. officially began production of its NV commercial van Wednesday — with the first vehicle going to Habitat for Humanity in Jackson. Nissan’s assembly plant at Canton underwent a twoyear, $118 million expansion to build the new vehicle, which is expected to be in dealer showrooms in February. The NV marks Nissan’s entry into the commercial vehicle market in the United States and Canada. The plant, which opened in 2003, employs 3,300 workers. It also produces the Nissan Altima sedan, Titan pickup and Armada SUV. Nissan spokesman Brian Brockman said no additional workers have been hired for NV production. The NV offering will be aimed at commercial van customers through a network of about 240 Nissan commercial dealers, with sales set to begin in the spring. The NV will compete against Ford Motor Co.’s hot-selling Transit Connect. Ford said 2010 sales of the Transit Connect jumped 41 percent over 2009 figures. The expansion, according to
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Nissan employees in Canton applaud the debut of the new 2012 Nissan NV commercial van. the company, included 49,000 more square feet of plant space, overhauls to existing space and a new assembly line to handle the van. Tim Coursey, executive director of Mississippi’s Madison County Economic Development Authority, said the region has “high hopes” for the new vehicle, including the possibility it will lead to more jobs at the plant.
“The plant had the capacity and they had the niche to move into. It’s a nice fit” Coursey said. “If you’re going to make more vehicles, eventually you’ll have to hire more people.” No matter what Nissan does, Mississippi’s auto assembly business is due for expansion — and employment gains this year — thanks to the ramping up of a second auto plant.
Toyota Motor Corp.’s plant near Blue Springs, is expected to open in 2011 with an initial payroll of 1,000, eventually growing to 2,000. Along with that, auto suppliers are expected to add another 1,500 to 2,000 jobs, according to state estimates. Toyota had built most of the $1.8 billion plant when work was suspended in 2008 after the economy slumped.
Obama: Deals show China’s rise can help U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is looking to assure Americans that they should not fear China’s economic rise, using Chinese President Hu Jintao’s highprofile state visit to announce job-creating business deals worth billions of dollars to U.S. companies. On another big American concern, human rights, Hu conceded that “a lot still needs to be done” to improve China’s record. The business deals and Hu’s human rights comments were among the highlights of a ceremony-packed day seen as key to building trust between the world’s top two powers. Five years after his last visit to the White House, one that was marred by protocol blunders, Hu was feted Wednesday with the full pomp of a state visit, including a lavish dinner with some of Washington’s most powerful figures and
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President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, welcome China’s President Hu Jintao to the White House Wednesday. other luminaries. The two sides played down differences and stressed areas of cooperation, ranging from a plan to cooperate on nuclear security to an extension of the loan of two Chinese pandas to Washington’s zoo. Today, Hu could face a
Stocks open lower despite drop in jobless claims NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are opening lower, a day after weak earnings gave them their worst drubbing since November. Investors have already received a round of earnings reports from Morgan Stanley and other companies along with a new reading on the job market this morning. The Labor Department said first-time claims for unemployment insurance fell to 404,000 last week, below forecasts. Morgan Stanley said its quarterly profit jumped thanks to strong revenues from investment banking. Financial stocks dragged the market lower Wednesday. The S&P 500 index suffered its largest percentage drop since November. The Dow Jones industrial average is down 27 points, or 0.2 percent, to 11,799. The S&P 500 index is down 6, or 0.5
percent, to 1,276. The Nasdaq composite index is down 21 , or 0.8 percent, to 2,703. UnitedHealth, the first of the large insurance companies to release earnings, said quarterly profits rose 10 percent, beating analysts’ expectations. UnitedHealth is the country’s second-largest health insurer based on enrollment, trailing only WellPoint. Morgan Stanley said its earnings jumped 60 percent in the last three months of 2010 thanks to strong revenues from investment banking . Profits of 41 cents a share beat analysts’ expectations by a penny. Johnson Controls said earnings rose 7 percent helped by a rebound in sales of auto parts. Google, Capital One and computer chip maker Advanced Micro Devices will report earnings after the market closes.
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Wednesday, although he later tried to recant the comment. In the House, several Republican lawmakers assailed the Chinese government’s record on human rights, military expansion, financial strategy and weapons sales. Later today, Hu was to address trade and economic concerns at the U.S.-China Business Council in Washington. The Obamas welcomed a mix of Hollywood A-listers, big business types and prominent Chinese-Americans to the White House as they threw a “quintessentially American” state dinner Wednesday, complete with apple pie and ice cream, and jazz music for the entertainment. The first lady was clad in an elegant red shoulder-baring gown and the president sported a tuxedo as they welcomed Chinese President Hu Jintao on a red carpet on the White House portico.
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cult for customers though Main Street repeatedly has asked business owners and employees to use alternative spots, such as those available in parking garages west of Washington. Sharp, however, sees downtown getting a breath of life through a new proliferation of consignment and antique shops. Five have opened in the past two years, including one operated by David Mitchell and Andrew Dawson next door to Scallions at 1205 Washington. “I think it’s very good if you have a cluster of them. It tends to help bring people out. I don’t see it as being over-saturated.” Scallions, who rents his current space and will rent on Halls Ferry, is nostalgic about his childhood in the jewelry store. “I wanted to go out and play with the rest of my friends, but my daddy made me wash the watch cases,” he said “I didn’t want to be there.” On Wednesday, he said, “Thank God my daddy made me do it.” Among Scallions’ treasures being moved to the Halls Ferry store that will be twice as large as the one downtown is a 2-ton, century-old safe that his father bought from the U.S. Post Office in the 1940s. Another is a sign
to find what works, whether for a single student or a classroom.” McElwee asks each year to teach all levels of 11th-grade English at Warren Central, an American literature curriculum that can include Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” and Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn,” two of her favorites. She loves her honors courses but also the success she can inspire in students who find English more of a struggle. Five or six years ago, McElwee said, she had a student who kept getting into trouble and was about to drop out of school. “I decided to make him my special project,” she said. After working with him and trying to motivate him, he not only graduated from high school, but went on to college and is an honor student today. Sharp, who taught in Starkville for one year before coming to Redwood Elementary in 2009, said the influence teachers can have in the lives of their students is her primary motivation. “It enables you to have such an impact on them,” said Sharp, who was shaped by the impact of her own sixthgrade teacher. “She was the
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Danny Scallions, left, talks with workers as Scallions Jewelers is packed up Wednesday. given to his father by the late Fred Nosser, the long-time owner and operator of the Glass Kitchen restaurant at South and Walnut streets.
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tal performance reported to the Department of Health and Human Services, which averaged 94.7 through March 2010. The year-end rates put River Region ahead of Wesley Medical Center in Hattiesburg, also owned by Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems. “We, just this quarter, sur-
passed them,” Carney said, adding official recognition within the company must come with sustained ratings for six months. He said River Region ranks 14th among the 126 hospitals operated by CHS in care process measures ratings, which are reported to the Medicare and Medicaid arms of the federal Cabinet department by hos-
pitals nationwide. Death rates and re-admissions among heart attack and pneumonia patients, medical imaging use and hospital experiences are also reported to the department. Patient experiences during hospital stays at River Region reflected favorable ratings about 70 percent of the time, according to data
compiled from April 2009 through March 2010. Available mortality rates from Medicare data deaths of heart attack and heart failure patients discharged between July 2006 and June 2009 were at or near the national average — 16.3 percent of 158 heart attack patients and 11.8 percent of 436 heart failure patients.
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from breaking the law,” Baria said. Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant said in a statement lawmakers also are considering a bill designed to
increase accountability in government by increasing fines on political candidates and officeholders who do not submit required “economic interest” forms. The fines
would be increased from $10 to $100 per day. “This bill helps to ensure no public servants are using their office to financially benefit at the expense of the
public,” Bryant said, addingboth bills were to be debated in the Senate today. A similar open meetings bill passed the House Judiciary A Committee on Wednesday.
Mae Thompson-Speyerer died Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011, in Jacksonville, Fla. She was 96. A retired hairstylist, Ms. ThompsonSpeyerer was a native of Vicksburg and a resident of Baton Rouge. She was preceded in death by her Lida Mae Thompsonparents; and Speyerer two grandchildren, Terry Ann Odom and Mark Dwain Holsomback. She is survived by a daughter, Diane Speyerer of Nash-
ville, Tenn.; two sons, Jack Holsomback of Vicksburg and George Speyerer of Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; and five grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Resthaven Funeral Home in Baton Rouge with Charles Thompson officiating. Burial will follow at Resthaven Gardens of Memory. Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday from 9 a.m. until the service. Online guestbook is available at www.resthavenbatonrouge.com.
deaths The Vicksburg Post prints obituaries in news form for area residents, their family members and for former residents at no charge. Families wishing to publish additional information or to use specific wording have the option of a paid obituary.
Ernestine Miller Cosby Ernestine Miller Cosby died Sunday, Jan. 15, 2011. She was 94. Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Zion Travelers M.B. Church, 1701 Poplar St. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 until 7 p.m. Saturday at Mount Pisgah Baptist Church, 1519 Lummie St. N.J. Ford & Sons Funeral Home of Memphis has charge of arrangements.
Ethel Ann Fisher UTICA — Ethel Ann Fisher died Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011, at Hospice Ministries in Madison. She was 58. Mrs. Fisher worked for Berstein’s & Son, UticaCrystal Springs, for more than 20 years and later for Sunflower/IGA. She was preceded in death by her mother, Bernice Fisher; her father, Carles “Bull” Fisher; and a brother, Joseph Fisher. Survivors include one son, David L. Fisher of Utica; one daughter, Roshunda Brown of Utica; one sister, Pearlie Mosley of Utica; one brother, Carles Fisher of Jackson; four grandchildren; and nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Westhaven Funeral Home in Utica with Phillip Burks officiating.
Burial will follow at Mount Zion M.B. Church in Redwood. Visitation will be at the funeral home Friday and before the service Saturday. Pallbearers will be Nelson Stamps, Robert Brown, Meredith Burns, Ricky Burns, Lee Richardson and Demair Johnson.
Miracle Vashayla Lyons Miracle Vashayla Lyons, infant daughter of Jennifer Linear and Henry Lyons Jr. of Vicksburg, died Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011, at River Region Medical Center. She was preceded in death by her great-great-grandmother, Susie Lacey. In addition to her parents, she is survived by two sisters, Amira Smith and Jamira McCoy; her maternal grandparents, Tonya Bailey and Darren Linear; her paternal grandparents, Elnora Myles and Henry Lyons Sr.; her great-grandparents, Jenorice Linear, Delores Lacey and Larry Marshall, all of Vicksburg; and aunts, uncles and other relatives. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Burial will follow under the direction of Dillon-Chisley Funeral Home.
Roberta Scott Roberta Scott died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011, at Promise Hospital. She was 84. Mrs. Scott was a member of Calvary M.B. Church on Klein Street. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Scott; three daughters, Sharon Scott, Shelia Scott and Willie Mae Scott; her parents,
Cloudy with a chance of rain tonight, lows in the mid-20s; sunny Friday, highs in the lower 40s
WEATHER This weather package is compiled from historical records and information provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the City of Vicksburg and The Associated Press.
LOCAL FORECAST Friday-Saturday Mostly clear Friday night, lows in the mid-20s; sunny Saturday, highs in the lower 50s
STATE FORECAST TONIGHT Cloudy with a chance of rain, lows in the mid-20s Friday-Saturday Mostly clear Friday night, lows in the mid-20s; sunny Saturday, highs in the lower 50s
Favorable ratings for patients who answered surveys on visits for surgery, heart attacks, pneumonia and heart failure averaged 98.93 percent for the period, according to internal numbers Carney presented during an address to the Vicksburg Lions Club. The figures update aspects of one of four categories of hospi-
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Laura Smith and Jerry Allen; and two sisters, Dorothy Williams and Daisy Sterling. Survivors include three daughters, Beverly Jean Scott and Betty Jo Scott, both of Vicksburg, and Laura Ann Scott Booker of Houston, Texas; two sons, Larry Charles Scott of Vicksburg and John Mark Scott of Houston; and grandchildren, great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Williams Funeral Service has charge of arrangements.
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Rainfall Recorded at the Vicksburg Water Plant Past 24 hours.................0.0 inch This month..............4.32 inches Total/year.................4.32 inches Normal/month......3.60 inches Normal/year...........3.60 inches Solunar table Most active times for fish and wildlife Friday: A.M. Active............................ 6:02 A.M. Most active..................N/A P.M. Active............................. 6:29 P.M. Most active................12:15 Sunrise/sunset Sunset today........................ 5:23 Sunset tomorrow............... 5:24 Sunrise tomorrow.............. 7:03
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’Long live revolution’
Tunisian army fires warning shots during protest TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — The Tunisian army fired a barrage of warning shots in the capital today as demonstrators converged on the headquarters of the longtime ruling party, and ministers quit the party in a desperate attempt to keep their jobs. Protesters climbed over the RCD party offices in central Tunis and dismantled the sign bearing its name. Demonstrators have criticized the country’s new unity government for being mostly made up of old guard politicians from the RCD party, which was founded by ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who fled to Saudi Arabia on Friday after 23 years in power. Outside the gates of the party headquarters in Tunis, the army fired rounds into the air, scattering some protesters in the noisy but peaceful crowd. The building was being protected by an army tank in addition to numerous trucks and troops. While police repeatedly shot at protesters in the weeks leading up to Ben Ali’s ouster, kill-
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A board reading “Long live revolution” is seen during a demonstration in the center of Tunis Wednesday. ing several, the army has been playing more of a peacekeeping role since it was brought in to try to restore order last week. Soldiers were called in to protect strategic sites and public buildings, and have been manning checkpoints around the
capital, but there have been no reports of them shooting at unarmed civilians since Ben Ali left. It is unclear whether the army could emerge in a leadership role in this still unstable country. The crowd of protesters swelled to 1,500 people today,
many chanting “The people want the government down!” Others waved baguettes to symbolize the need to end food shortages. One father, Ahmad al-Ouni, brought his children aged 8 and 4 to the demonstration with a backpack of snacks and
juice. “I want them to smell their free country and to see the new Tunis without fear,” alOuni said while his children used colored pens to draw Tunisian flags on paper. Another demonstrator said the protests will continue until all ministers and members of parliament with links to the RCD party step down. “This revolution cannot be stolen from us and we will not tire from demonstrating, and we will come out every day if we have to,” said Mohsen Kaabi, 55, a former military officer. The caretaker government is struggling to calm this moderate Muslim nation, seen as an ally in the fight against terrorism. In a sign of the difficulties facing the government, one minister, a former member of the ruling party, resigned today, the official TAP news agency said. Zouheir M’dhaffer was a member of Ben Ali’s party but was not considered close to the ousted leader. Four other ministers resigned earlier in the week.
South accepts North Korean proposal for defense talks SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea said today it accepted a North Korean proposal to hold high-level defense talks a day after the leaders of the U.S. and China called for better communication between the two Koreas. The talks could prove significant if Seoul and Pyongyang can put aside military and political tensions that soared to their worst level in years in 2010 and lay the groundwork for a resumption of long-stalled international negotiations on ending North Korea’s nuclear programs. Lower-level defense talks last year foundered over the issue of the sinking of a South Korean naval ship
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS in disputed waters. The agenda this time should include North Korean assurances that it will take “responsible measures” over the ship sinking and another deadly incident last year and not provoke further tensions, said Lee Jong-joo, a spokeswoman for South Korea’s Unification Ministry, which is in charge of inter-Korean affairs. North Korea launched artillery at a South Korean island in November in an attack that killed four people. It denies, however, attacking the navy ship that sank in March, killing 46 sailors.
50 die in Iraq attack targeting Shiites BAGHDAD — A pair of bombs blasted through security checkpoints ringing the Iraqi holy city of Karbala today and killed at least 50 people, many of whom were Shiite pilgrims headed to observe yearly religious rituals. Authorities estimated as many as 175 people were injured in the afternoon blasts, at least one of which appeared to be caused by a car bomb. No claim of responsibility was made for the attacks. But they bore the hallmark of al-Qaida and other Sunni-
dominated extremist groups that frequently target Shiite pilgrimages in hopes of reigniting sectarian violence that brought Iraq to the brink of civil war just a few years ago.
Italian soldier killed by Afghan counterpart KABUL, Afghanistan — An Italian soldier who was killed this week in western Afghanistan was shot by an Afghan soldier, not by insurgents as originally reported, NATO said today. Italy’s defense minister said at the time that one Italian soldier was shot to death and another wounded Tues-
day in Bala Murghab district of Badghis province. NATO called the incident an “insurgent attack.” Today, the coalition issued a new statement correcting the account, saying that the two soldiers were cleaning their weapons at a combat outpost when an Afghan soldier approached them with an M16 rifle and asked to use their equipment to clean his gun. The Italians saw that the Afghan soldier’s rifle was loaded and asked him to unload it, at which point the Afghan soldier shot the two Italians and escaped from the base, NATO said.
Passport delays exit from Haiti for Duvalier PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier applied for a new passport Wednesday and intends to leave the country when he gets it, a spokesman said, insisting that the ex-strongman can neither be forced to leave his homeland nor compelled to stay and face a Jean-Claude Duvalier potential criminal trial. Duvalier had been scheduled to leave today but can’t because his passport has expired, said spokesman Yves Germain Joseph. He stunned the country Sunday with his sudden and mysterious return nearly 25 years after he was forced into exile by a popular uprising against a regime widely viewed as brutal and corrupt. The spokesman said he did not know how long it would take to get a new passport but that the former dictator known as “Baby Doc” was in no rush to leave Haiti. “He is home here. He is a Haitian,” Joseph said. “Nobody can ask Mr. Duvalier or any Haitian to leave his country at any time.” Duvalier associates have been giving conflicting statements about his intentions and legal status in recent days. Earlier Wednesday, one of his attorneys said he wanted to stay in Haiti. Defense attorney Reynold Georges said that it is Duvalier’s right to remain in Haiti, but that he is free to travel. He stressed that Haiti’s government has not ordered Duvalier to return to France following his surprise return on Sunday.
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St. Al rallies for tie
Down in a hole
By Ernest Bowker
Vanderbilt drops Ole Miss to 0-4 in the SEC. Story/B3
Schedule PREP SOCCER St. Aloysius hosts Greenville-St. Joe Today, 5:30 p.m.
On TV 6 p.m. ESPN - It’s a SEC/ Big Ten doubleheader as Florida takes on SEC cellar dweller Auburn and Indiana takes on Wisconsin in a Big Ten tilt.
Who’s hot CATHERINE SMITH
St. Aloysius soccer player scored a game-tying goal with four minutes remaining to lead St. Al to a 2-2 tie with Richland on Wednesday.
Nets give up on Anthony deal
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Mikhail Prokhorov was a day away from a sitdown with Carmelo Anthony when he decided to call the whole thing off. And not just the meeting. The New Jersey Nets’ entire pursuit of Anthony, too. Prokhorov stunningly yanked the Nets from trade discussions they’d spent months engaging in, telling the team Wednesday to end the long, drawn-out trade talks with the Denver Nuggets. “There comes a time when the price is simply too expensive,” Prokhorov said in a news conference before the Nets faced the Utah Jazz. “I am instructing our team to walk away from the deal.” It wasn’t just the price that bothered the Russian billionaire, who apparently conducts his business in quietier ways. “Really, I am not happy with the way the deal has gone until now,” said Prokhorov, who fielded questions in English and Russian. “It has taken too long. It has been played out in public. The uncertainty has taken a toll on the players.” Prokhorov canceled a planned meeting with Anthony today and said there was no chance — that’s a big nyet — that the trade would be resurrected.
LOTTERY La. Pick 3: 6-2-9 La. Pick 4: 8-4-4-7 Easy 5: 6-17-18-25-29 La. Lotto: 1-8-13-15-21-32 Powerball: 22-36-51-56-59 Powerball: 32; Power play: 3
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New Alcorn State football coach Melvin Spears tries on a hat Wednesday during a news conference in Jackson. Spears, 50, was the offensive coordinator at Alabama State last season. He replaces Earnest Collins, who left after two seasons to become the coach at Northern Colorado.
Spears returns home
New coach promises to lead Alcorn State back to glory By Ernest Bowker email@example.com JACKSON — Sporting a dapper suit, purple tie, Alcorn State cap and his trademark sunglasses, Melvin Spears stood at a lectern in a meeting room at the Jackson Marriott on Wednesday and delivered a speech well-suited for one of the motivational seminars taking place down the hall. He hit all the right notes
and had the crowd of about 75 Alcorn alumni and boosters in the palm of his hand, especially when talk turned to winning football games and restoring the school’s proud tradition. That’s a job Spears — hired Wednesday as the 17th head football coach in Alcorn’s history — openly embraced. “This is not about how many football games we win, but we are going to win those football games. This
is about taking this institution to another level,” Spears said. “I’m elated. I’m kind of excited. I was taking that ride down that stretch of road — I remember when it used to be two lanes — and I was thinking about all the guys that have been down that stretch. I’m representing all the guys at Alcorn State University. “I thought about all those guys that have done it very, very well. We had the Godfather, Marino Casem. Then
we had Air McNair I and Air McNair II took it to another level. Now I’m the point of the spear.” Spears got the job over fellow Alcorn alums Fred McNair and Dwayne White after all three were interviewed on Tuesday. Alcorn president Dr. Christopher Brown said negotiations wrapped up around 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, but See Alcorn, Page B3.
RICHLAND — If there is such a thing as a “good” tie, St. Aloysius earned it on Wednesday. The Lady Flashes shook off a sluggish first half and rallied from a twogoal halftime deficit, tying the game on Catherine Smith’s score with four minutes left to pick up a 2-2 draw with Richland. St. Al outshot Richland 5-0 in the second half and picked up another goal from Sara Townsend early on. “The second half was better than the first. We played harder. We passed a lot and talked more,” Townsend said. The strong second half gave the Lady Flashes (7-10-1) some momentum heading into tonight’s do-or-die division game against Greenville-St. Joe. The winner will advance to the playoffs, while the loser will have its season end. “It’s do or die time right there,” St. Al coach Suzie Channell said. Richland (9-4-1) controlled the first 45 See St. Al, Page B3.
Carmouche’s 3-pointer sinks USM By David Brandt The Associated Press HATTIESBURG — Sprinting downcourt with just a few seconds remaining, Memphis point guard Joe Jackson had two choices — throw the ball to Will Barton or Charles Carmouche for a 3-pointer. He picked the right one. Carmouche took Jackson’s pass in stride and drilled a 3-pointer with a 1.2 seconds remaining, leading Memphis to a 76-75 victory over Southern Miss on Wednesday night. “At first, I was a little disappointed Jackson didn’t pick me,” Barton said with a grin. “But when it left Carmouche’s hand, it looked
College Basketball good. And then, boom! We had them. It was a great, great shot. Guess it was the right decision.” The Tigers (14-4, 3-1 Conference USA) climbed out of an 18-point first-half deficit to claim its 15th straight win in the series, dating back to 2004. Barton had 15 points to lead four Memphis players in double figures. “We had to fight and stick together,” Carmouche said. “They out-toughed us in the first half, so we had to get tough. We just had to be more physical and run our stuff.”
Carmouche’s clutch shot capped an entertaining game that featured multiple big shots in the final minutes. Memphis led 71-66 with 2:51 remaining, but Southern Miss had one rally left, taking a 74-73 lead on R.L. Horton’s 15-foot jumper with 16 seconds remaining. Horton hit one out of two free throws with five seconds left to give Southern Miss a 75-73 lead, setting up Memphis’ game-winner. Joe Jackson sprinted down the court with the basketball and hit Carmride at the 3-point line, and the junior’s shot was nearly perfect, barely touching the rim and setting off a See USM, Page B3.
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Memphis guard Charles Carmouche, left, shoots as Southern Miss forward Torye Pelham defends Wednesday. Carmouche later hit the winning basket in Memphis’ 76-75 victory.
Dottley was part of great Bears-Packers rivalry When the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers meet in the NFC Championship Game at Soldier Field on Sunday, one Vicksburg resident will have a personal stake in the proceedings. That would be former Ole Miss great Kayo Dottley, who played for the Chicago Bears from 1951 to 1953 and played against the Packers during the reign of legendary coach George Halas. The two teams have met 181 times, and Dottley wrote his name into the annals of the rivalry in six of those. For those keeping score at home, the Bears were 4-1-1 against their Wisconsin rivals during Dottley’s three-year tenure in Chicago. He scored his first regular-season touchdown against the Packers and had three more in his career against the Packers. His best game against the Packers was in the season opener in
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1952, when he broke loose on a 44-yard run and caught a 25-yard pass in a 24-14 win. “They were a good rival,” Dottley said. “They were the only game we bused to because we were so close. They were one of the two teams we couldn’t lose to, and the other was the Cardinals (who were in Chicago at the time). If we lost to either, it was hell week afterwards.” Standing out in Dottley’s memory was the night before one of those games, when he was bedridden with an ill-
ness and felt like he wouldn’t be able to hit the field. Dottley called Halas to tell him that he was sick and probably unable to play. Halas wouldn’t hear of it. “He sent over several doctors, who hooked me up with all kinds of drips,” Dottley said. “The next day, I rushed for over 100 yards and Coach Halas said that he wouldn’t mind if I’d get sick next week, too.” Sunday’s NFC title bout will be the first time since 1941 that the two teams have met in the playoffs. It’ll be a hard-hitting, testy football game, but in Dottley’s day, the Green Bay fans ramped it up a notch. “I remember they played at old (Milwaukee) County stadium and it held about 40,000 or so,” Dottley said. “The bleachers were right against the end zone and if you scored, they threw every-
thing in the world at you. Bottles. Cans. You learned to get your butt back to the sideline. You’d get back to the bench and you’d have to hold your coat over your head because they were still throwing things.” In those days after the games, there was none of the phalanx of security who today prevent fans from entering the field. “After games, the fans would come out on the field and were chasing us,” Dottley said. “After a game, our team would run off the field as fast as we could. We didn’t stop for nothing.” As for Sunday, Dottley is hopeful that his former team can come out on top and win the NFC Championship trophy, which is named after his former coach. He has tickets to the Super Bowl in Arlington at Cowboys Stadium and hopes that he’ll see
his old team in it. The key, against the Packers, will be the Chicago pass rush, Dottley said. Considering how Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers sliced, diced and fileted Atlanta’s secondary for 366 yards and three touchdowns, the Bears will have to bring the heat early and often. “I think if they can get a pass rush and hold onto the ball enough, it should be a good, close ball game,” Dottley said. “If not, we might get our butts beat. The Bears aren’t a big scoring team. The Packers are putting points up like a machine. If we don’t blitz a lot, we don’t have a chance.” •
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Thursday, January 20, 2011
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GOLF 2 p.m. TGC - PGA Tour, Bob Hope Classic COLLEGE BASKETBALL 6 p.m. ESPN - Florida at Auburn 6 p.m. ESPN2 - South Florida at Rutgers 8 p.m. ESPN - Indiana at Wisconsin 8 p.m. ESPN2 - Virginia Tech at Maryland 9:30 p.m. FSN - Arizona at Washington NBA 7:15 p.m. TNT - Dallas at Chicago 9:30 p.m. TNT - L.A. Clippers at Portland TENNIS 10 p.m. ESPN2 - Australian Open 2 a.m. ESPN2 - Australian Open
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College Football Ole Miss adds Brewer as assistant OXFORD — Ole Miss hired Gunter Brewer to be its passing game coordinator and receivers coach on Wednesday. Brewer spent the past six seasons at Oklahoma State, including the last two as cooffensive coordinator and receivers coach. The Cowboys averaged 44.2 points and 345.8 passing yards per game last season, which both ranked at the top of the Big 12. Brewer is the son of former Ole Miss head coach Billy Brewer, who led the Rebels from 1983 to ’93.
Golf Woods announces his 2011 tournament debut SAN DIEGO — Tiger Woods officially entered the Farmers Insurance Open on Wednesday, which has become the traditional start of his season since 2006. He has won the last five times he played Torrey Pines, including the 2008 U.S. Open in a playoff over Rocco Mediate.
TENNIS Nadal cruises over Sweeting MELBOURNE, Australia — If Rafael Nadal is getting nervous as he eases closer to winning his fourth consecutive Grand Slam, he sure isn’t showing it. After his 6-2, 6-1, 6-1 win today over American qualifier Ryan Sweeting, the Spanish star appeared as comfortable talking about his next match — against 18-year-old Australian Bernard Tomic — as he was in beating Sweeting so convincingly. The other player looking as impressive as Nadal this week is U.S. Open champion Kim Clijsters, who is fast becoming a favorite for the women’s title in the absence of defending champion Serena Williams with a foot injury. Clijsters dumped former No. 1-ranked Dinara Safina out of the tournament in the first round, 6-0, 6-0.Today, she beat Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain 6-1, 6-3. Second-seeded Vera Zvonareva overcame a shaky start to beat Bojana Jovanovski of Serbia 2-6, 6-3, 6-1. Joining her in the third round from the bottom half of the draw were No. 10 Shahar Peer, who beat Sorana Cirstea 6-3, 6-2, and No. 22 Flavia Pennetta. Seventh-seeded Jelena Jankovic lost 7-6 (3), 6-3 to China’s Peng Shuai, continuing an unimpressive streak of seven losses in eight matches.
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jan. 20 1891 — The International YMCA in Springfield, Mass., is the site of the first official basketball game. Peach baskets were used, but it wasn’t until 1905 that someone removed their bottoms. 1966 — Ted Williams is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The longtime Boston Red Sox star was a two time triple crown winner, a two time MVP and the last player to hit over .400 — despite losing five prime years to service in the Marine Corps. 1980 — President Carter announces the U.S. Olympic team will not participate in the Summer Olympics in Moscow to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan the previous month. 1999 — After 204 days, hundreds of millions of dollars in losses and countless fits, fights and snags, the NBA lockout officially ends.
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Conference All Games W L PCT W L Alabama............. 3 1 .750 11 7 Mississippi St... 2 1 .667 10 7 LSU..................... 2 1 .667 10 8 Arkansas............. 2 2 .500 12 5 Auburn................ 0 3 .000 7 10 Ole Miss............ 0 4 .000 12 7 Tuesday’s Games Tennessee 59, Georgia 57 Alabama 68, Kentucky 66 Wednesday’s Games South Carolina 81, Arkansas 74, OT Vanderbilt 84, Ole Miss 74 Today’s Games Florida at Auburn, 6 p.m.
Jan. 8 Seattle 41, New Orleans 36 N.Y. Jets 17, Indianapolis 16 Jan. 9 Baltimore 30, Kansas City 7 Green Bay 21, Philadelphia 16 ———
Jan. 15 Pittsburgh 31, Baltimore 24 Green Bay 48, Atlanta 21 Jan. 16 Chicago 35, Seattle 24 N.Y. Jets 28, New England 21 ———
Sunday Green Bay at Chicago, 3 p.m. (Fox) N.Y. Jets at Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. (CBS) ———
Jan. 30 At Honolulu AFC vs. NFC, 7 p.m. (Fox) ———
Feb. 6 At Arlington, Texas AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6:30 p.m. (Fox)
nba EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division L 9 19 24 29 31
Pct GB .780 — .537 10 .415 15 .310 19 1/2 .262 21 1/2
W Miami.............................30 Atlanta...........................28 Orlando..........................27 Charlotte........................16 Washington....................12
L 13 15 15 24 28
Pct GB .698 — .651 2 .643 2 1/2 .400 12 1/2 .300 16 1/2
W Chicago.........................28 Indiana...........................16 Milwaukee......................15 Detroit............................15 Cleveland.......................8
L 14 23 24 27 33
Pct GB .667 — .410 10 1/2 .385 11 1/2 .357 13 .195 19 1/2
WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division
W San Antonio...................36 Dallas.............................27 New Orleans.................27 Houston.........................20 Memphis........................19
L 6 14 16 23 23
Pct GB .857 — .659 8 1/2 .628 9 1/2 .465 16 1/2 .452 17
W Oklahoma City...............27 Utah...............................27 Denver...........................24 Portland.........................23 Minnesota......................10
L 15 15 17 20 33
Pct GB .643 — .643 — .585 2 1/2 .535 4 1/2 .233 17 1/2
W L.A. Lakers....................31 Phoenix..........................19 Golden State.................18 L.A. Clippers..................16 Sacramento...................9
L 13 21 23 25 31
Pct GB .705 — .475 10 .439 11 1/2 .390 13 1/2 .225 20
Top 25 Schedule
Wednesday’s Games No. 1 Ohio St. 70, Iowa 48 No. 4 Duke 92, N.C. State 78 No. 6 San Diego St. 68, Air Force 55 No. 10 Texas 81, No. 11 Texas A&M 60 No. 14 Purdue 63, Penn St. 62 No. 16 Notre Dame 66, No. 25 Cincinnati 58 No. 19 Louisville 88, St. John’s 63 Marshall 75, No. 21 West Virginia 71 No. 22 Saint Mary’s 67, San Diego 56 Today’s Games No. 18 Wisconsin vs. Indiana, 8 p.m. No. 20 Washington vs. Arizona, 9:30 p.m. Friday’s Games No games scheduled Saturday’s Games No. 1 Ohio State at No. 23 Illinois, 11 a.m. No. 2 Kansas vs. No. 10 Texas, 2 p.m. No. 3 Syracuse vs. No. 7 Villanova, 11 a.m. No. 4 Duke at Wake Forest, 3 p.m. No. 5 Pittsburgh at DePaul, 3 p.m. No. 8 Connecticut vs. Tennessee, 1 p.m. No. 9 BYU at Colorado State, 9 p.m. No. 11 Texas A&M vs. Kansas State, 1 p.m. No. 12 Kentucky at South Carolina, 5 p.m. No. 13 Missouri vs. Iowa State, 8 p.m. No. 14 Purdue vs. No. 17 Michigan State, 8 p.m. No. 15 Minnesota at Michigan, 6 p.m. No. 16 Notre Dame vs. Marquette, 6 p.m. No. 19 Louisville at Providence, 4 p.m. No. 20 Washington vs. Arizona State, 3 p.m. No. 22 Saint Mary’s, Calif. at Vanderbilt, 1 p.m. No. 25 Cincinnati at St. John’s, 3 p.m. Sunday’s Games No. 18 Wisconsin at Northwestern, noon No. 21 West Virginia vs. South Florida, 1 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games Memphis 76, Southern Miss 75 Vanderbilt 84, Ole Miss 74 Today’s Games William Carey at Belhaven, 7:30 p.m. Texas-Dallas at Mississippi College, 7:30 p.m. Delta St. at Henderson St., 8 p.m.
SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE East Conference L 1 1 2 2 2 2
PCT .750 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500
W 12 13 14 13 13 12
Conference W L PCT UTEP.................. 3 1 .750 Memphis............. 3 1 .750 UAB.................... 3 1 .750 Houston.............. 3 1 .750 Southern Miss.. 3 2 .600 Tulane................. 2 2 .500 East Carolina...... 2 2 .500 Tulsa................... 2 2 .500 Marshall.............. 1 2 .333 UCF.................... 1 3 .250 SMU.................... 1 3 .250 Rice.................... 0 4 .000
All Games W L 15 4 14 4 13 4 11 6 14 4 12 5 10 8 9 9 13 5 14 3 10 8 8 10
PCT .789 .778 .765 .647 .778 .706 .556 .500 .722 .824 .556 .444
Wednesday’s Games East Carolina 74, UCF 62 Houston 64, Tulsa 57 Memphis 76, Southern Miss 75 UAB 67, SMU 53 Marshall 75, West Virginia 71 Today’s Games No games scheduled
SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PCT W L PCT Texas Southern.. 5 0 1.000 7 9 .438 Jackson St........ 5 1 .833 9 9 .500 MVSU................. 4 1 .800 5 13 .278 Alabama A&M.... 3 2 .600 6 8 .429 Alabama St......... 2 3 .400 5 13 .278 Prairie View........ 2 3 .400 5 13 .278 Ark.-Pine Bluff.... 2 3 .400 2 15 .118 Southern U......... 2 4 .333 3 15 .167 Grambling St...... 1 5 .167 3 15 .167 Alcorn St........... 1 5 .167 1 15 .063 Wednesday’s Games No games scheduled Today’s Games No games scheduled
VANDERBILT 84, OLE MISS 74
OLE MISS (12-7) Henry 4-13 3-4 11, Buckner 3-6 0-0 6, Warren 5-15 4-4 17, N. Williams 2-4 0-0 4, Graham 7-17 0-0 14, Nelson 4-5 6-6 17, Short 1-3 1-2 3, Gaskins 1-4 0-0 2, Cox 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-67 14-16 74. VANDERBILT (13-4) Goulbourne 3-9 7-9 14, Taylor 5-12 5-7 15, Ezeli 3-6 10-12 16, Tinsley 4-9 4-4 14, Jenkins 7-10 2-2 20, Fuller 0-1 0-0 0, Tchiengang 0-0 0-0 0, Odom 2-3 0-0 5. Totals 24-50 28-34 84. Halftime—Ole Miss 42-39. 3-Point Goals—Ole Miss 6-20 (Nelson 3-4, Warren 3-9, Gaskins 0-2, Graham 0-2, Henry 0-3), Vanderbilt 8-16 (Jenkins 4-5, Tinsley 2-5, Odom 1-1, Goulbourne 1-2, Taylor 0-3). Fouled Out—Buckner, Ezeli, Short. Rebounds—Ole Miss 25 (Buckner, Graham 5), Vanderbilt 41 (Goulbourne 16). Assists—Ole Miss 9 (Gaskins 3), Vanderbilt 15 (Taylor 6). Total Fouls—Ole Miss 22, Vanderbilt 13. A—14,134.
MEMPHIS 76, SOUTHERN MISS 75
W South Carolina... 3 Florida................. 2 Kentucky............. 2 Georgia............... 2 Vanderbilt........... 2 Tennessee.......... 2
Women’s Top 25 Schedule
MEMPHIS (14-4) Black 4-8 1-3 9, Barham 1-4 0-0 3, Jackson 4-7 1-2 10, A. Barton 3-6 0-0 6, Carmouche 4-10 1-1 11, Coleman 3-6 0-0 6, Crawford 4-6 2-2 12, W. Barton 6-12 0-0 15, Stephens 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 31-61 5-8 76. SOUTHERN MISS (14-4) Ayarza 4-7 4-6 13, Flowers 8-14 4-4 21, Horton 5-8 8-13 18, Johnson 4-5 0-0 10, Newbill 2-7 1-2 5, Page 1-2 0-0 3, Bolden 1-6 3-5 5, Stone 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-49 20-30 75. Halftime—Southern MISS 40-29. 3-Point Goals— Memphis 9-17 (W. Barton 3-6, Carmouche 2-3, Crawford 2-3, Jackson 1-1, Barham 1-3, A. Barton 0-1), Southern MISS 5-13 (Johnson 2-2, Page 1-2, Ayarza 1-2, Flowers 1-4, Newbill 0-1, Horton 0-1, Bolden 0-1). Fouled Out—Black, Coleman. Rebounds—Memphis 30 (Black 8), Southern MISS 32 (Horton 7). Assists—Memphis 13 (Jackson 4), Southern MISS 13 (Horton 3). Total Fouls—Memphis 20, Southern MISS 11. A—5,864.
Wednesday’s Games Phoenix 106, Cleveland 98 New Jersey 103, Utah 95 Orlando 99, Philadelphia 98, OT Boston 86, Detroit 82 Milwaukee 100, Washington 87 New Orleans 103, Memphis 102, OT Houston 104, New York 89 San Antonio 104, Toronto 95 Denver 112, Oklahoma City 107 Dallas 109, L.A. Lakers 100 Portland 94, Sacramento 90, OT Golden State 110, Indiana 108 L.A. Clippers 126, Minnesota 111 Today’s Games Philadelphia at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Portland, 9:30 p.m. Friday’s Games Detroit at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Toronto at Orlando, 6 p.m. Phoenix at Washington, 6 p.m. New Orleans at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Utah at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Houston at Memphis, 7 p.m. New York at San Antonio, 7 p.m. Sacramento at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Denver, 9:30 p.m.
W Boston...........................32 New York.......................22 Philadelphia...................17 Toronto..........................13 New Jersey...................11
PCT .611 .588 .556 .706 .412 .632
L PCT 5 .706 4 .765 4 .778 4 .765 4 .765 6 .667
EAST American U. 65, Army 62 Boston College 70, Virginia 67 Bucknell 75, Lafayette 56 Buffalo 79, Kent St. 54 Colgate 80, Lehigh 79 Delaware 54, Northeastern 52 Duquesne 88, La Salle 71 Hofstra 66, UNC Wilmington 57 Holy Cross 71, Navy 50 Marshall 75, West Virginia 71 Rhode Island 64, Saint Joseph’s 59 Saint Louis 68, Fordham 55 Temple 73, Penn 56 William & Mary 83, Towson 68 Xavier 79, St. Bonaventure 65 SOUTH Duke 92, N.C. State 78 East Carolina 74, UCF 62 Florida St. 55, Miami 53 George Mason 71, Drexel 47 Georgia Tech 74, Wake Forest 39 Louisiana-Lafayette 94, Centenary 62 Louisville 88, St. John’s 63 Massachusetts 73, Charlotte 54 Memphis 76, Southern Miss 75 Nicholls St. 70, Cent. Arkansas 51 Old Dominion 64, James Madison 58 Richmond 68, George Washington 58 SE Louisiana 80, McNeese St. 77 South Carolina 81, Arkansas 74, OT UAB 67, SMU 53 UTSA 63, Northwestern St. 58 Va. Commonwealth 71, Georgia St. 54 Vanderbilt 84, Ole Miss 74 MIDWEST Ball St. 60, E. Michigan 51 Bowling Green 73, Ohio 61 Creighton 81, Bradley 68 Indiana St. 70, Missouri St. 69 Miami (Ohio) 84, Akron 76 N. Iowa 77, Wichita St. 74 Notre Dame 66, Cincinnati 58 Ohio St. 70, Iowa 48 Purdue 63, Penn St. 62 Toledo 73, W. Michigan 60
SOUTHWEST Houston 64, Tulsa 57 Oklahoma St. 96, Iowa St. 87, OT Texas 81, Texas A&M 60 Texas St. 95, Sam Houston St. 91 Texas-Arlington 70, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 49 FAR WEST Cal St.-Fullerton 89, Long Beach St. 87 Colorado St. 78, UNLV 63 Saint Mary’s, Calif. 67, San Diego 56 San Diego St. 68, Air Force 55 Seattle 75, CS Northridge 68 UC Irvine 76, CS Bakersfield 73 Utah 82, New Mexico 72
Wednesday’s Games 1 Baylor 76, Kansas 37 6 Texas A&M 80, Texas 65 7 Xavier 76, St. Bonaventure 56 9 West Virginia 78, Marshall 21 14 Oklahoma 71, Texas Tech 61 Today’s Games No. 4 Stanford vs. No. 8 UCLA, 9 p.m. No. 5 Tennessee at South Carolina, 6 p.m. No. 10 North Carolina vs. Wake Forest, 6 p.m. No. 12 Michigan St. at Indiana, 5:30 p.m. No. 13 DePaul vs. NJIT, 7 p.m. No. 19 Kentucky at Florida, 6 p.m. No. 22 Florida St. at Clemson, 6 p.m. No. 23 Arkansas at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m. No. 24 Georgia at Alabama, 8 p.m. No. 25 Ohio St. at Illinois, 7 p.m. Friday’s Games No. 3 Duke vs. Georgia Tech, 5:30 p.m. No. 15 Maryland at Virginia, 7:30 p.m. Saturday’s Games No. 1 Baylor vs. Texas Tech, 7:30 p.m. No. 2 Connecticut vs. Pittsburgh, 6:30 p.m. No. 4 Stanford vs. Southern Cal, 4 p.m. No. 6 Texas A&M at No. 20 Iowa State, 11 a.m. No. 7 Xavier at Charlotte, 6 p.m. No. 8 UCLA at California, 4 p.m. No. 9 West Virginia vs. South Florida, 3 p.m. No. 13 DePaul vs. Seton Hall, 7 p.m. No. 16 Georgetown vs. Villanova, 1 p.m. No. 21 Wisconsin-Green Bay vs. WisconsinMilwaukee, 2 p.m. Sunday’s Games No. 3 Duke at N.C. State, 4 p.m. No. 5 Tennessee at Auburn, 2 p.m. No. 10 North Carolina at No. 15 Maryland, 4 p.m. No. 11 Notre Dame vs. St. John’s, 1 p.m. No. 12 Michigan State vs. Minnesota, 1 p.m. No. 14 Oklahoma at Kansas, Noon No. 19 Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt, 3 p.m. No. 23 Arkansas vs. Ole Miss, 2 p.m. No. 24 Georgia vs. Mississippi State, 2 p.m. No. No. No. No. No.
EAST Army 64, American U. 50 Columbia 75, St. Francis, NY 65 Lehigh 75, Colgate 57 Massachusetts 77, Saint Louis 53 Navy 53, Holy Cross 39 Penn 45, La Salle 40 Providence 58, Villanova 53 Richmond 72, Duquesne 58 Temple 53, Saint Joseph’s 43 West Virginia 78, Marshall 21 SOUTH Appalachian St. 83, Davidson 66 Elon 63, UNC-Greensboro 61 Furman 80, Wofford 44 McNeese St. 74, SE Louisiana 50 Middle Tennessee 103, Troy 52 S.C.-Upstate 61, Longwood 57 SIU-Edwardsville 76, Morehead St. 67 Samford 61, Chattanooga 49 MIDWEST Baylor 76, Kansas 37 Cent. Michigan 78, Toledo 74 Dayton 80, George Washington 64 E. Michigan 67, W. Michigan 56 Kansas St. 66, Missouri 63 Kent St. 72, Akron 55 N. Illinois 73, Ball St. 62 Xavier 76, St. Bonaventure 56 SOUTHWEST Cent. Arkansas 91, Nicholls St. 56 Oklahoma 71, Texas Tech 61 Sam Houston St. 82, Texas St. 67 TCU 54, BYU 51 Texas A&M 80, Texas 65 Texas-Arlington 66, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 63 UTSA 80, Northwestern St. 68
mlb Baseball Calendar
Feb. 1-21 — Salary arbitration hearings. Feb. 14 — Voluntary reporting date for pitchers, catchers and injured players. Feb. 19 — Voluntary reporting date for other players. March 2 — Mandatory reporting date. March 2-11 — Teams may renew contracts of unsigned players. March 15 — Last day to place a player on unconditional release waivers and pay 30 days termination pay instead of 45 days. March 29 — Last day to request unconditional release waivers on a player without having to pay his full 2011 salary. March 31 — Opening day, active rosters reduced to 25 players. July 12 — All-Star game, Phoenix. July 24 — Hall of Fame induction, Cooperstown, N.Y. July 31 — Last day to trade a player without securing waivers. Aug. 15 — Last day to sign selections from 2011 amateur draft who have not exhausted college eligibility. Sept. 1 — Active rosters expand to 40 players. Sept. 30 or Oct. 1 — Playoffs begin. Oct. 19 — World Series begins. November — Free agent period to sign exclusively with former teams, first 15 days after World Series ends. Dec. 1 — Last day for teams to offer salary arbitration to their former players who became free agents. Dec. 5-8 — Winter meetings, Dallas. Dec. 7 — Last day for free agents offered salary arbitration to accept the offers. Dec. 11 — Collective bargaining agreement expires. Dec. 12 — Last day for teams to offer 2012 contracts to unsigned players. ———
Remaining Free Agents List The 79 remaining free agents:
BALTIMORE (3) — Mark Hendrickson, lhp; Julio Lugo, 2b; Kevin Millwood, rhp. BOSTON (2) — Felipe Lopez, 3b; Mike Lowell, 1b. CHICAGO (4) — Freddy Garcia, rhp; Andruw Jones, of; Mark Kotsay, dh; Manny Ramirez; of. DETROIT (3) — Jeremy Bonderman, rhp; Johnny Damon, of; Bobby Seay, lhp. LOS ANGELES (1) — Scot Shields, rhp. MINNESOTA (5) — Randy Flores, lhp; Brian Fuentes, lhp; Ron Mahay, lhp; Carl Pavano, rhp;
Nick Punto, 3b. NEW YORK (4) — Nick Johnson, dh; Chad Moeller, c; Andy Pettitte, lhp; Marcus Thames, dh. OAKLAND (3) — Eric Chavez, 3b; Justin Duchscherer, rhp; Ben Sheets, rhp. SEATTLE (3) — Russell Branyan, 1b; Chris Woodward, ss; Jamey Wright, rhp. TAMPA BAY (5) — Rocco Baldelli, dh; Grant Balfour, rhp; Gabe Kapler, of; Chad Qualls, rhp; Rafael Soriano, rhp. TEXAS (4) — Jorge Cantu, inf; Vladimir Guerrero, dh; Cristian Guzman, inf; Bengie Molina, c. ———
ARIZONA (4) — Kris Benson, rhp; Mike Hampton; lhp; Aaron Heilman, rhp; Rodrigo Lopez, rhp. ATLANTA (2) — Rick Ankiel, of; Troy Glaus, 1b. CINCINNATI (5) — Willie Bloomquist, of; Orlando Cabrera, ss; Jim Edmonds, of; Mike Lincoln, rhp; Russ Springer, rhp. COLORADO (2) — Joe Beimel, lhp; Jay Payton, of. FLORIDA (2) — Jorge Sosa, rhp; Chad Tracy, 3b. HOUSTON (1) — Brian Moehler, rhp. LOS ANGELES (3) — Brad Ausmus, c; Scott Podsednik, of; Jeff Weaver, rhp. MILWAUKEE (4) — David Bush, rhp; Doug Davis, lhp; Trevor Hoffman, rhp; Gregg Zaun, c. NEW YORK (3) — Elmer Dessens, rhp; Kelvim Escobar, rhp; Fernando Tatis, inf-of. PHILADELPHIA (2) — Chad Durbin, rhp; Mike Sweeney, 1b. ST. LOUIS (8) — Pedro Feliz, 3b; Jason LaRue, c; Mike MacDougal, rhp; Aaron Miles, 2b; Brad Penny, rhp; Dennys Reyes, lhp; Jeff Suppan, rhp; Randy Winn, of. SAN DIEGO (3) — David Eckstein, 2b; Jerry Hairston Jr., ss; Chris Young, rhp. SAN FRANCISCO (1) — Jose Guillen, of. WASHINGTON (2) — Miguel Batista, rhp; Kevin Mench, of.
nhl EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division
GP Philadelphia.....46 Pittsburgh........47 N.Y. Rangers...48 N.Y. Islanders..44 New Jersey.....45
W 30 29 27 14 13
L 11 14 18 23 29
OT 5 4 3 7 3
Pts 65 62 57 35 29
GP Boston.............46 Montreal...........47 Buffalo.............45 Toronto............45 Ottawa.............47
W 26 26 20 18 17
L 13 17 20 22 23
OT 7 4 5 5 7
Pts 59 56 45 41 41
GP Tampa Bay......47 Washington......47 Atlanta.............48 Carolina...........46 Florida..............45
W 27 25 23 22 21
L 15 14 18 18 20
OT 5 8 7 6 4
Pts 59 58 53 50 46
GF 158 150 139 108 90
GA 122 110 115 148 140
GF 142 118 123 114 103
GA 103 113 132 139 144
GF 140 133 146 137 123
GA 150 124 153 145 119
GF 158 124 150 121 123
GA 135 111 130 129 147
GF 152 152 123 126 113
GA 113 146 128 143 155
WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division
GP Detroit..............46 Nashville..........46 Chicago...........47 St. Louis..........45 Columbus........47
W 28 25 25 22 22
L 12 15 18 17 20
OT 6 6 4 6 5
Pts 62 56 54 50 49
GP Vancouver.......46 Colorado..........46 Minnesota........47 Calgary............47 Edmonton........45
W 29 24 24 20 14
L 10 16 18 21 24
OT 7 6 5 6 7
Pts 65 54 53 46 35
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Dallas...............46 28 13 5 61 135 120 Anaheim..........49 26 19 4 56 131 136 Phoenix............47 23 15 9 55 136 135 San Jose.........47 23 19 5 51 131 131 Los Angeles....46 24 21 1 49 134 117 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Wednesday’s Games N.Y. Rangers 7, Toronto 0 Columbus 3, Florida 2, OT Minnesota 6, Calgary 0 Today’s Games Buffalo at Boston, 6 p.m. Anaheim at Toronto, 6 p.m. Pittsburgh at New Jersey, 6 p.m. Washington at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Ottawa at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Carolina, 6 p.m. Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 6 p.m. Detroit at St. Louis, 7 p.m. Nashville at Colorado, 8 p.m. Dallas at Edmonton, 8 p.m. San Jose at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Phoenix at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Friday’s Games N.Y. Islanders at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Calgary, 8 p.m.
LOTTERY Sunday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 1-9-9 La. Pick 4: 0-7-5-0 Monday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 5-7-5 La. Pick 4: 0-6-3-5 Tuesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 6-7-7 La. Pick 4: 9-0-0-3 Wednesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 6-2-9 La. Pick 4: 8-4-4-7 Easy 5: 6-17-18-25-29 La. Lotto: 1-8-13-15-21-32 Powerball: 22-36-51-56-59 Powerball: 32; Power play: 3 Thursday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 6-8-2 La. Pick 4: 6-6-8-2 Friday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 1-0-6 La. Pick 4: 7-2-8-9 Saturday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 2-1-5 La. Pick 4: 9-9-9-8 Easy 5: 1-5-12-25-32 La. Lotto: 18-22-23-27-34-38 Powerball: 9-13-22-23-37 Powerball: 31; Power play: 3
Thursday, January 20, 2011
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Vandy drops Rebels to 0-4 in SEC NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Vanderbilt Commodores are aching and hurting. They also are learning how to quit letting games get away from them at the end. John Jenkins led five Commodores in double figures with 20 points, and Vanderbilt beat Ole Miss 84-74 Wednesday night to send the Rebels to their worst start in Southeastern Conference play since 2000. Four of the five starters played at least 30 minutes with Andre Walker out another game with a sprained ankle and Steve Tchiengang limited with his own sore ankle. Then Festus Ezeli aggravated his left knee blocking a shot early in a game the Commodores (13-4, 2-2) needed on their home court after blowing big leads in dropping their first two SEC road games. “We just have to work on really, really holding onto leads a lot,” Vanderbilt junior Jeff Taylor said. “We seem to give up leads a lot.” They did again against the Rebels, leading by as much as nine in the first half and by 10 in the second only to see Ole Miss rally back. “All week in practice we were saying we’ve got to have leaders and dig in and fight through some things,” Jenkins said. Ole Miss (12-7, 0-4) now is off to its worst league start since dropping its first five SEC games in 2000. “You have to just keep playing, keep working hard, and eventually it’s going to come,” Ole Miss forward Steadman Short said. Ezeli had 16 points after going 10 of 12 at the freethrow line for Vanderbilt. Taylor had 15 points, and Lance Goulbourne had 14 and tied the team record
The associated press
New Orleans Hornets and former LSU guard Marcus Thornton, top, dunks over Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley Wednesday. Thornton contributed 17 points off the bench to New Orleans’ 103-102 overtime win against Memphis.
Hornets get more late-game heroics By Brett Martel The Associated Press
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Ole Miss guard Trevor Gaskins, left, fouls Vanderbilt guard Brad Tinsley (1) as he grabs Tinsley by the arm in the second half Wednesday. Vanderbilt won 84-74. with 16 rebounds for Vanderbilt. Dawid Przybyszewski last had 16 rebounds Nov. 19, 2004. Brad Tinsley added 14 points. All the injuries meant four of Vanderbilt’s starters played at least 30 minutes with Jenkins going 39. “It took a lot of courage for
our team to win this game, and I really, really am proud of them for it,” Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings said. Chris Warren and Dundrecous Nelson had 17 apiece for Ole Miss, Zach Graham 14 and Terrance Henry 11. In this matchup of two of
the SEC’s top three scoring offenses, the Rebels can blame some cold shooting at the worst times for this latest loss. As Vanderbilt opened the second half with a 12-3 run, the Rebels missed their first five shots before Warren hit a 3 to end the drought.
Ohio State pulverizes Big Ten foe Iowa By The Associated Press David Lighty scored 18 points and Ohio State wasn’t tested in its first game as No. 1, rolling over Iowa 70-48 on Wednesday night. The Buckeyes (19-0, 6-0 Big Ten) improved to 60-4 when ranked first in The Associated Press poll. William Buford had 15 points and Jared Sullinger added 13 for the Buckeyes, topping the polls for the first time since the final three weeks of the 2006-07 regular season. That season’s team went to the national championship game, losing to defending champion Florida and finishing with a 35-4 record.
Andrew Brommer had 12 points and Bryce Cartwright added 10 for Iowa (7-11, 0-6), playing a ranked team for the fifth time in its last six games.
Duke 92, N.C. State 78 Nolan Smith scored 22 points for No. 4 Duke, which avenged last season’s surprising road loss to the Wolfpack.
San Diego St. 68, Air Force 55 D.J. Gay scored 20 points and Billy White had 10 of his 12 during a decisive 13-3 run, and No. 6 San Diego State
extended the country’s longest active winning streak to a school-record 20 games.
Texas 81, Texas A&M 60 Jordan Hamilton scored 27 points and No. 10 Texas snapped No. 11 Texas A&M’s 13-game winning streak.
Purdue 63, Penn St. 62
double figures with 13 points each and injured senior Carleton Scott made a surprise return for No. 16 Notre Dame against No. 25 Cincinnati.
Louisville 88, St. John’s 63 Preston Knowles scored 25 points and Kyle Kuric added 20 for No. 19 Louisville.
JaJuan Johnson’s jumper with 3 seconds left gave No. 14 Purdue the win.
Marshall 75, West Virginia 71
Notre Dame 66, Cincinnati 58
Damier Pitts tied a career high with 25 points and Marshall nearly blew a 24-point lead before holding off No. 21 West Virginia.
Tyrone Nash and Ben Hansbrough led five scorers in
NEW ORLEANS — Hornets coach Monty Williams stopped trying to break down his team’s performance in basketball terms after late-game heroics by Chris Paul and Marcus Thornton produced New Orleans’ latest dramatic comeback. “Sometimes you just have to say, ‘Thank you, Lord,’ and move on,” Williams said. “This is one of those games.” Thornton broke up an inbounds pass with 14 seconds left in overtime and then finished a fast break with a reverse layup, lifting New Orleans to a 103-102 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night that extended the Hornets’ winning streak to six. Paul’s 20-point, 12-assist outing included 3-pointers at the end of both regulation and overtime to keep the Hornets’ hopes alive. He punctuated the performance by corralling the critical loose ball that was tipped by both Thornton and Trevor Ariza in the last seconds of overtime. He then raced up court and passed to Emeka Okafor, who bounced a pass to Thornton under the hoop. “We just don’t get rattled,” Paul said. “We’ve been in those situations before and we know what we need to do to win. This one right here was
a combination of hard play — and luck to.” Rudy Gay, who had 22 points, had one last shot to win it for Memphis, but his jumper near the top of the key bounced off the back rim. As the ball fell to the court, Gay grimaced and clenched his fist in disgust, while David West, who had defended the shot, celebrated with teammates a few feet away. West had 19 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots for the Hornets, while Okafor added 11 points and 11 rebounds. Thornton finished with 17 points in only 22 minutes. The popular former LSU star did not even get in the game until 5:20 remained in the third quarter, at which point the crowd let out a roar as if to say, “What took so long?” When Thornton started making hustle plays, it fired up his teammates. “I was like one of the Honeybees, cheering my tail off for him,” veteran guard Willie Green said, making a reference to the Hornets’ dance team. “To not play the whole game and come in and play the way he did, that’s big-time.” Thornton entered the game right about the time New Orleans began to erase a 15-point, third-quarter hole, marking the third time in four games that the Hornets won after trailing by 12 or more in the second half.
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minutes of the game. Seventh-graders Aubrey Patterson and Julia Bain each scored a goal in the first half to give the Lady Rangers a 2-0 lead at halftime. Patterson’s goal came on a breakaway 90 seconds in. St. Al weathered the storm, though, and cut the deficit in half on Townsend’s goal in the eighth minute of the second half. An errant clearing pass by Richland found its way onto her foot, and she lifted it over the keeper to make it 2-1. “The other team probably kicked it and it bounced. I hit it and it went over the goalie,” Townsend said. “It was my first goal of the season, so I’m happy.” The Lady Flashes gradually took control of the game and tied it on Smith’s goal, which was eerily similar to Townsend’s. Smith — who had flubbed a breakaway chance early in the second half — collected a pass from Laura Phillips during a scrum in front of the goal and tapped it past the keeper for the tying score. “I just told them to come out and have fun,” Channell said of the second-half turnaround. “They just did it. I didn’t raise
my voice or yell at them. They just played better.”
(B) Richland 5, St. Al 1 Brett Tyler Christiansen had two goals and an assist, and Tal Tucker added a goal and an assist as Richland (11-4) beat St. Aloysius (1-10). Brayden Banks scored St. Al’s only goal, and backup keeper Will Burnett made six saves against 11 shots. Richland, though, took a 3-1 halftime lead on Christiansen’s goal with 7½ minutes left in the first half and tacked on two more scores against the Flashes’ junior varsity in the second. Trey Miles and Elliot Faler each had a goal for Richland. St. Al coach Jason Hopkins said subbing in the JV was part of a plan to prepare for tonight’s division game against Greenville-St. Joe. The Flashes can advance to the Class 1A-2A-3A playoffs if they win by three goals. “We’re going to play attacking soccer. We’re going to try and outscore the opponent by three goals, not sit back and wait for opportunities,” Hopkins said. “It’s going to be an exciting game.”
details of Spears’ contract were still being finalized. Spears’s coaching experience and track record of success made him the top choice, Brown said. Spears led Grambling to a Southwestern Athletic Conference and black national championship as head coach in 2005. In three seasons at Grambling, he went 20-14. Spears has also spent time at Morgan State and Texas Southern. Most recently, he was the offensive coordinator at Alabama State. “We had a clear profile of things we were looking for. That was championship experience, significant college experience, and knowledge of NCAA requirements,” Brown said. “By every account, Spears brought in the best and most articulate program of anyone.” Spears was a popular choice not only for his coaching acumen, but also his ability to rally a downtrodden fan base. Alcorn has won nine SWAC championships in its storied history, but none since Steve McNair roamed the Reservation in 1994. Spears will also be the Braves’ third coach in four seasons. Ernest Jones was fired after just one season in 2008, and Earnest Collins left earlier this month after two years in Lorman to become North-
ern Colorado’s head coach. “We feel like we got the right fit for the university,” said Willie McGowan, Alcorn’s longtime baseball coach and a member of the search committee that interviewed Spears. “It was very important to have stability, because we’ve fallen flat on our face in athletics. You’ve got to have a good football program so it can gain a lot of revenue for the other sports. We had to find somebody that would come in and help us. Spears is the man.” Spears said he was happy to come to the rescue of his alma mater. “I’ve had the opportunity to come here three times. This is not a press conference. This is a homecoming,” Spears said to a rousing ovation from the crowd. Spears also seemed to gain the immediate respect of his players. Quarterback Brandon Bridge, who attended Wednesday’s press conference, said the turnout and crowd reaction made it clear Spears was a coach who would reinvigorate the program. “That will definitely translate into more fans coming out,” Bridge said. “The way he was talking, he made us feel like he was one of the guys on the football team. He’s not like our dad out there. He’s going to be one of the guys.”
raucous Memphis celebration. Southern Miss (14-4, 3-2) cruised to a 29-11 lead with 7:43 remaining in the first half, but Memphis brought it to 40-29 on Joe Jackson’s 3-pointer at the halftime buzzer. “We made some adjustments, but the bottom line is the players started to execute,” Memphis coach Josh Pastner said. “We hit some big threes and our bigs played well. Everybody contributed.” Gary Flowers led the Golden Eagles with 21 points and Horton added 18. “This one hurts worse than any in my four years,” said Horton, a senior. “I just wanted so badly to get this one for coach.” The loss was crushing for Southern Miss, which was receiving votes in the Associated Press Top 25 poll for the first time in a decade. The Golden Eagles lost despite a 30-8 edge in free-throw attempts and forcing 18 Memphis turnovers. The Tigers were without starting forward Wesley Witherspoon, who missed his second straight game after being suspended for an “internal matter.” Memphis was sloppy, especially early, with 10 turnovers in the first half. But the Tigers recovered, scoring 47 secondhalf points. Chris Crawford scored 12 points and Carmouche added 11 for Memphis. Tarik Black had nine points and eight rebounds. Memphis made 9 of 17 (52.9 percent) from 3-point range, including 6 of 10 (60 percent) in the second half — none bigger than Carmouche’s, which helped the Tigers win for the fourth time in six games. “It felt great,” Carmouche said. “And we really needed it.”
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Thursday, January 20, 2011
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TONIGHT ON TV n MOVIE “Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood” — Forced to visit her estranged mother, Ellen Burstyn, in Louisiana, a New York playwright, Sandra Bullock, learns about her past through a scrapbook./6:30 on TVGN n SPORTS College basketball — It’s a SEC/Big Ten doubleheader as Florida takes on SEC cellar dweller Auburn and Indiana takes on Wisconsin in a Big Ten tilt./6 on ESPN n PRIMETIME “The Office” — Michael read- Sandra Bullock ies himself for the news about Holly’s relationship; Pam puts up a board for everyone to post their New Year’s resolutions./8 on NBC
THIS WEEK’S LINEUP n EXPANDED LISTINGS TV TIMES — Network, cable and satellite programs appear in Sunday’s TV Times magazine and online at www.vicksburgpost. com
MILESTONES n BIRTHDAYS Slim Whitman, country singer, 87; Buzz Aldrin, former astronaut, 81; David Lynch, movie director, 65; Paul Stanley, rock musician, 59; Bill Maher, comedian, 55; Lorenzo Lamas, actor, 53; John Michael Montgomery, country singer, 46; Rainn Wilson, actor, 45; Melissa Rivers, TV personality, 43; Edwin McCain, singer, 41; Skeet Ulrich, actor, 41; ?uestlove, rap musician, 40. n DEATH Wilfrid Sheed — The English-born American satirical writer known for tackling jazz, baseball, and journalism died Wednesday in Great Barrington, Mass., his stepdaughter said. Sheed was 80 years old. The cause was an infection called urosepsis, said stepdaughter, Phoebe Alexis Ungerer. She said her stepfather also had long suffered from polio and more recently cancer of the mouth.
Anne Hathaway to play Catwoman Anne Hathaway has clawed her way into the latest Batman movie, nabbing the role of Selina Kyle and her alter ego, Catwoman. Warner Bros. announced the casting Wednesday for Christopher Nolan’s latest film in the superhero saga, “The Dark Knight Rises.” Hathaway will appear opposite Christian Bale, who’s returning as Bruce Wayne and Batman. Anne The studio also announced that Tom Hardy, Hathaway whom Nolan directed in last year’s “Inception,” will play one of Batman’s enemies, Bane. “The Dark Knight Rises” is slated for release on July 20, 2012. Hathaway, an Oscar nominee for 2008’s “Rachel Getting Married,” will co-host the Academy Awards with James Franco on Feb. 27.
Jazz Fest taps Kid Rock, Legend, Nelson John Legend & The Roots, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Bon Jovi, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Arcade Fire, Wilco and Cyndi Lauper are among the headliners for the 2011 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Those performers will join hundreds of Louisiana artists, Kid John Rock Legend including Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Irma Thomas, Pete Fountain, Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers and Mystikal. Festival producer Quint Davis says this year’s lineup delivers an unprecedented balance of the traditional and the contemporary. The seven-day festival runs April 29 to May 1 and May 5-8 at the Fair Grounds Race Course.
Charges against Tenn. rapper dropped Authorities in Memphis have dropped criminal charges against rapper Yo Gotti over a fight outside a nightclub. The performer, whose legal name is Mario Mims, had been arrested after the fight outside a nightclub on Nov. 29 that left five men with gunshot wounds. Mims and nine other suspects were charged with aggravated riot in a parking lot fight at the Level II entertainment complex. Shelby County District Attorney General’s spokeswoman Jennifer Donnals said the charges were dropped for a lack of witnesses. Donnals said charges against six others in the brawl were also dropped.
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Museum recovers stolen Civil War gun A Civil War revolver that was stolen more than 30 years ago from the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Va., has turned up again. Collections Manager Catherine Wright said that the .36-caliber Spiller & Burr revolver was stolen in 1975 when the museum collection was moved to a new building. A woman in Knoxville, Tenn., discovered the gun in December in her late father’s belongings. She tried to sell it to an Ohio antique dealer who traced the gun to the museum. The woman’s father collected Civil War items. It’s not known how he came into possession of the gun. The woman will not face charges. Wright said the Spiller & Burr revolver was one of the first Confederate-manufactured handguns. This one has an estimated value of $50,000.
‘Everything feels brand-new’
’American Idol’ returns, but kinder, gentler NEW YORK (AP) — It’s a kinder “American Idol” without Simon Cowell. Television’s top show returned Wednesday with a makeover for its 10th season on Fox. Cowell, everyone’s favorite villain, is gone as a judge. So are Kara DioGuardi and Ellen DeGeneres, replaced with the star power of Jennifer Lopez and Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler. Original judge Randy Jackson remains. The first, two-hour episode accentuated the positive, an indication that producers are setting a different tone. Past audition shows have seemed a procession of train wrecks, narrated by Cowell’s biting putdowns. But on Wednesday, the first three contestants shown all made it through to Hollywood. And the New Jersey auditions ended with two emotional stories: the daughter of a cancer survivor from Staten Island and a boy from the Bronx who kept to his dreams despite time spent living with his family in a homeless shelter. Both are only 16, and both were given go-aheads by the judges. J.Lo in particular had a difficult time becoming J.No. She seemed in agony the first time she was shown rejecting a contestant. “Oh, my God, I hate this!” she complained. “Why did I sign up for this? I want to go home.” She got up to hug a contestant who was crying upon meeting her.
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“American Idol” judges Steven Tyler, left, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson
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When the theatrical Ashley Sullivan, of Springfield, Mass., auditioned, Jackson voted no. But when the tears started flowing, Lopez and Tyler overlooked their reservations to keep her in the competition. “It’s our 10th season, and everything feels brand-new,” host Ryan Seacrest said, adding that it was “the most
fun we’ve ever had.” It’s all a gamble for “American Idol,” no longer as dominant in the pop firmament as it once was. Last season’s finale was seen by 24 million people, down 5 million from the big night the season before. The show’s offseason turmoil was dismissed in a twominute review at the show’s beginning. “Forget what you think you know,” the show proclaimed, “because the best is yet to come.” And the show quickly signaled what producers have
been saying, that they want more emphasis on the contestants’ stories. “This isn’t our story,” Seacrest said. “It’s yours.” Tyler easily played the part of the rakish rock star, taking quick notice of the appearance of several female singers and being bleeped for off-color remarks twice in the first six minutes. “Just the right amount (of leg) shows,” the 62-year-old rocker said, looking at the dress of an energetic 16-yearold contestant from North Carolina.
Sting meets dolphin advocate, hopes for debate TOKYO (AP) — Sting wants to help save dolphins still being brutally slaughtered in Japan, but said the best way is by starting a debate, not by forcing foreign opinion. The British music star met backstage at a Tokyo concert hall Wednesday with Ric O’Barry, the star of “The Cove,” the Academy Awardwinning documentary that depicts the dolphin hunt in the town of Taiji in southwestern Japan. The two have been friends since the Sundance Film Festival two years ago, where “The Cove” had its first major showing. The film, directed by Louie Psihoyos, shows dolphins driven into a cove and stabbed by fishermen on small boats, turning the water red with blood, as the dolphins writhe in agony. “I was blown away by the movie,” Sting said before his concert. “We should not be eating dolphins.” Sting, in Asia for his “Sym-
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Sting, left, talks with Ric O’Barry, former trainer for the 1960s “Flipper” TV series and star of Oscar-winning documentary “The Cove.” phonicity” tour, said he’s sympathetic to the save-thedolphins view in “The Cove” but that the best approach is “through dialogue,” noting that many Japanese are also outraged by dolphin killing. O’Barry said Sting and his wife were among the first people to express support
for “The Cove.” The former Police frontman has spoken out on environmental and humanitarian issues around the world. He told O’Barry to stay optimistic, assuring him that word was getting out about overfishing and depletion of the oceans.
“We only evolve as a species when we are in a crisis,” Sting said. “We don’t want an empty sea.” O’Barry, 71, the former dolphin trainer for the 1960s TV show “Flipper,” said he has posted new footage on his website of the dolphin slaughter in Taiji, taken this week by one of his colleagues. Fishermen in the village say they are trying to find more humane ways to kill dolphins, but the new footage shows dolphins taken into shallow water and flapping in apparent pain. They are then stabbed by fishermen and continue to suffer for a few more minutes. O’Barry said he plans to go to Taiji later this week and meet with the town’s mayor to show him the footage. The Japanese government allows about 20,000 dolphins to be caught each year and defends the hunts as traditional, but most Japanese have never eaten dolphin meat.
Growth in digital music sales slowing considerably LONDON (AP) — The growth in digital music sales is slowing considerably, falling into the single digits for the first time since record companies began making significant amounts of money online in 2004, according to figures released today. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry said digital sales increased by 6 percent in 2010 — only half the growth rate registered in 2009 and far from the explosive expansion seen in earlier years. The IFPI values the market in legal digital music at $4.6 billion, but says the trade in unauthorized content remains far, far more important. “As an industry we remain very challenged,” IFPI chief executive Frances Moore told journalists ahead of the report’s publication. “Something like 95 percent of downloads are still unlicensed.” The IFPI is a dogged opponent of illegal file-swapping, which it claims is ravaging the world music business. Its annual reports have charted its campaign to crack down on pirates — as well as the growth of the industry’s digital offerings, which now account
for nearly a third of the industry’s flagging revenues. Results last year were mixed. The IFPI counted some qualified successes: Britain followed the lead of countries such as France and South Korea by enacting a law that could eventually lead to persistent illegal file-sharers having their Internet access limited or suspended outright. China, one of the music industry’s biggest problem areas (music piracy rates there are estimated at virtually 100 percent) said it was working to tackle the issue. There was some good news for the IFPI on the legal front as well. In October a U.S. District Court issued an injunction preventing Limewire — which the IFPI accuses of being the country’s biggest source of illegal music downloads — to stop supplying its software. The next month, Sweden’s Court of Appeal upheld the convictions of three men operating The Pirate Bay, one of the Web’s most notorious filesharing sites. But all that has failed to quash illegal file-sharing, which the IFPI blames for taking 31 percent of its rev-
enue in the past six years. Its report cited figures showing a 17 percent drop in the number of people employed as musicians in the United States as just one of the many illustrations of Internet piracy’s reach. The IFPI renewed its appeals to governments and Internet providers worldwide to help put a lid on the problem. And while providers have traditionally resisted such calls, the report highlighted one development which might help bring them over to the other side. Increasingly, they’re the ones supplying the music. The IFPI singled out Nordic countries, where Swedish and Finnish provider Telia offers a four month free subscription to streaming music Spotify Ltd. and Denmark’s TDC offers unlimited music downloads to its mobile and broadband customers. Italy’s FASTWEB and Ireland’s Eircom have also recently begun offering subscribers similar access to millions of songs. Moore described the music industry’s emerging partnerships with providers as a winwin situation, with those who
supply the Web access getting a new source of revenue, and those who supply the music getting a new ally in its campaign to get consumers “to be responsible in their use of the Internet.” The IFPI did not provide estimates for how much such arrangements could win for the music industry, but it said that, in the U.K. alone, partnerships like the one in Sweden could earn Internet service providers more than $160 million annually by 2013.
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Lesson backfires on student who pulls ill-conceived prank Dear Abby: I live in a dorm at a large university where a former friend, “Glen,” also lives. We are no longer on speaking terms because of an incident that happened last year. One day during pre-finals week, I left my room briefly to get something from a friend’s room down the hall. I left my door unlocked because I’d be back soon. When I returned a few minutes later, my laptop, my cell phone and several books full of class notes were missing. I was distraught almost to the point of a breakdown. Later that night, Glen knocked on my door and revealed that he had hidden the items in his room to “teach me a lesson” about not locking my door. I was speechless that a “friend” could do such a thing to me.
DEAR ABBY ABIGAIL
I notified the police and officials at the university. Glen was arrested for theft and charged with a misdemeanor. The university terminated his scholarship, and he was sentenced to community service. Glen is now blaming me for what happened. He claims what he did wasn’t really “stealing” and that I ruined his life. He’s harassing me at every opportunity and spreading misinformation to my friends. I believe I acted justly to what was plainly a case of theft. Am
BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Forbidden fruit could be extremely appealing to you, so you might need to be more careful than usual. Don’t unwittingly step out of line and tread on the heartstrings of a loved one. Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) — For some reason, it might be far easier than usual to make promises that you aren’t likely to keep. Be careful with the commitments you make. Aries (March 21-April 19) — When out on the town, don’t pretend to be anything but what and who you are. Affectations might impress you, but will do absolutely nothing for your image or personality. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Due to the fact that you have blown totally out of proportion who and what another person is, you could be in for a great disappointment when you come face to face with the truth. Gemini (May 21-June 20) — If you are a bit flirtatious, you could unwittingly flash some signals to the wrong person. Be extremely careful on whom you cast that roving, playful eye. Cancer (June 21-July 22) — Although usually you’re a very good bargain hunter, today you are likely to purchase something in hopes of impressing others. This kind of extravagance isn’t worth the consequences for your credit. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Should a very clever manipulator pick up on the fact that you’re susceptible to flattery today, this person will know exactly how to pull your strings. Don’t be a puppet. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Don’t expect the response you’re hoping for from someone you’re trying to impress, if your generous gesture has strings attached. Give without reservations. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — It’s important to acknowledge the wonderful achievements of another, but only if you are sincere. It will be a waste of time to flatter the undeserving, because insincerity will quickly be discerned. Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Keep your hopes in proportion to your efforts, and solid satisfaction is possible. However, it’s doubtful that this will be possible if you’re not inclined to push yourself. No burn, no earn. Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Sometimes no matter how hard we try, there always seems to be one or two people who are impossible to please. If one poor responder is a close associate, you might want to rethink your friendship. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — The world never gives us a free ride, even if you’re inclined to think so. Disappointment is extremely likely if you expect more than you rightly deserve.
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BY DR. ROBERT WALLACE • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION Dr. Wallace: I am responding to the girl who is upset that she will be forced to take physical education when she starts school in September. This happens to be her most disliked class because she is overweight and uncoordinated. I am also overweight and not athletic, but I’m glad I had to take physical education. I live in New York state where physical education is mandatory. We also have to take state tests that include running a timed mile, sit-ups, pull-ups/flex-arm hang, sit and reach and the shuttle run. I tried my hardest and received a good grade. I did enjoy playing softball, European handball, volleyball, and most of all, archery. (I didn’t enjoy square dancing and soccer.) We also spent time working out in the weight room and playing tennis. I went to a regular public school. I’m glad that I had to take physical education because if it were optional, I probably wouldn’t have taken it. I graduated this year, but I will admit that I’m overjoyed to be finished running the timed mile. I think that physical education should be a required class in every state. — Nameless, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Nameless: Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Not all students would agree with you, however. The following letter gives a lucid picture of why some kids hate gym class. Dr. Wallace: I understand why the girl from North Carolina is mad because her school is making physical education a required subject. I’m a sophomore in a school district that requires all students to take P.E. class. I’m not good at sports and not very strong, so I don’t do well when it comes to P.E. grades. I am an A and B student in all of my other classes, but I only get a C in gym. My main concern is that because I’m not good at sports, guys call me names and I’m always the last one chosen when we pick sides for team play. We have to dress in our P.E. uniforms every day, and many times guys rip my shirt and then yell, “I can’t believe it -- this guy does have muscles, even if they are small.” I do think that exercise is good for me, but I’d like to do what I want to do when I want to do it. I sure wish P.E. was an elective course rather than a required one. — Nameless, Santa Ana, Calif. Nameless: It’s imperative that physical education teachers make 100 percent sure that harassment of any kind is nipped in the bud. Such behavior simply does not exist in well-run physical education programs. • Dr. Robert Wallace writes for Copley News Service. E-mail him at rwallace@Copley News Service.
I wrong? How should I act in the case of Glen’s current behavior? — Victim in Texas Dear Victim: Your former friend appears to be emotionally disturbed. He has no one to blame but himself for what has happened to him. If you haven’t already done so, warn him to stop the harassment — and if he doesn’t, report it to the authorities. And don’t worry about the misinformation he is trying to spread among your friends. If they are truly your friends, they’ll believe you when you tell them they’re being lied to. Dear Abby: My husband and I have been arguing about his leaving the lights on throughout our house. He’s convinced that it adds little to our electric bill, but it bothers me that every single light is left burning. I realize there is a cost difference between incandescent
and fluorescent lighting, but leaving all the lights on seems unnecessary and wasteful to me. Could you please “shed some light” on our argument? — Lit Up in Johnson City, Tenn. Dear Lit Up: According to the Renewable Energy Policy Project in Washington, D.C., leaving a 100-watt incandescent bulb on for 12 hours a day for one month will add $40 per year to your electric bill. Multiply that by the number of bulbs in your home and it can add up quickly. Fluorescent bulbs use fewer watts than incandescent bulbs, but turning them on ages the filaments — so if they’ll be turned on again within a minute or two, leave them on. (This is not a recommendation to leave fluorescent bulbs burning constantly, just a suggestion that if they won’t be
Dry eyes at night causing great pain for reader Dear Dr. Gott: I am in great pain with dry eyes at night. I am 90. I use a lot of eyedrops and have to use warm compresses to open my lids at night. Do you have any information you can share? Dear Reader: Dry eyes are rather common as people age. The condition occurs when the normal tearing process fails to provide sufficient moisture for your eyes. The condition is known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca. Tears are a combination of electrolytes, water, fatty oils and proteins. In your case, an imbalance is occurring. Dry eyes can burn or sting. You might experience blurred vision that worsens as the day progresses, sensitivity to light and susceptibility to cigarette smoke or the wind when you are outside. Those people most likely to develop dry eyes are postmenopausal women, those with damage to the tear glands (perhaps from inflammation or radiation), those 50 and older, people who have had laser eye surgery, a history of diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s syndrome, a thyroid disorder, a vitamin A deficiency and more. Medications to include decongestants, antihistamines, pain relievers (such as over-the-counter ibuprofen or naproxen), blood-pressure remedies and others can be the culprit. Beyond that, excessive demands on the eyes from computer work, dry air and wind can complicate or cause the problem. You will have to determine what is causing the problem. For example, if you are on a medication with dry eyes as a potential side effect, a modification to another product or change in dosage might help. If an autoimmune disorder such as Sjogren’s syndrome or rheumatoid arthritis is to blame, perhaps a visit to a rheumatologist might be in order. Medications are available such as antibiotics, those prescribed for corneal inflammation, eye inserts that act as artificial tears and more. You might consider adding omega3-rich fish such as salmon and tuna or omega-3 supplements to your regular diet. Avoid situations that worsen your situation. If, for example, you drive a car and have the heat blowing toward your face, divert the vent so you stay warm but don’t have the direct exposure. If you walk frequently, wear eye protection such as glasses or goggles to keep the wind from striking your eyes. If the air in your home is dry, add a humidifier. And of course, avoid tobacco smoke. Dear Dr. Gott: Now that the flu season is here, could you please print a word about my pet peeve — clerks and cashiers who cough in your face when handling groceries or those that spit on their fingertips to ease opening plastic bags? Even young school children have learned to cough into their elbows.
ASK THE DOCTOR Dr. PETER
Dear Reader: And the word is GROSS! Everyone is aware how easily germs are spread through telephone receivers, doorknobs, shopping-cart handles, TV remotes and droplet spray from a cough or sneeze. The interesting thing is that the very people who do the dastardly deed are those who complain when someone does it to them. We all need to practice a few good habits and manners. Courtesy and consideration of others is paramount.
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needed after a few minutes, to turn them off.) LED bulbs are more expensive to buy, but they last longer, use less wattage and emit brighter light. However, when the illumination is no longer needed, they, too, should be extinguished. P.S. Since your husband has money to burn, why not
invest in motion sensors so he’ll have light wherever he goes without inflating your energy bills?
• Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.Dear Abby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.
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E-8 K-5; Wanda R. Groves V-5; line Alicead M. Phillips assigned to Walter Mortgage A-24; Christopher G. County Courthouse in Vicksburg, Ms 39180 4920 Halls Ferry Road Place your classified at 1319 Division St. Company, LLC, by instruWallace Vicksburg, Warren County, R-58; Wanda Odom Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 ment recorded in Book 1494, 103 Park Place Mississippi, the 719 Maurice Ave K-12; Leander R. Gates V-11; David L. Coffee at Page 18, in the office of following-described property: Natchez, Ms 39185 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 119 Boykin Dr. the Chancery Clerk 114 Kendra Dr. A-27; Deborah K. Wicker That part of Section 9, R-97; Joe E. Graham Jr. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 aforesaid; Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Classified Box 118 line ads are charged Township 14 North, Range 4 P.O. 2501 Culkin Road Apt. H-3 K-19; Laaccording Vonne V. to the AND WHEREAS, default V-19; Kimberley M. Dawson Delta, La. 71233 of lines. ForWhitehead East, Warren County, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 number complete pricing having been made in 309call Cairo In the event of errors, please theDr. very first day Mississippi, more particularly B-8; Kimberly J. Redditt R-226 Theordore J Curry 4602 Halls Ferry Road payment of the indebtedness Vicksburg, Ms 39180 information contact a Classified Sales P.O. Box 128 described as follows, to wit: 1605 Davis/P.O. Box 598 your ad appears. The Vicksburg Post will not be Vicksburg, Ms 39180 secured by said Deed of X-23; Romonia Thompson Delta, La 71233 Beginning at a point on the Livingston, Tx 77851 K-24; Yolanda C. Larry Representative today at 601-636-SELL. Trust, and the holder of the responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. 821 Speed St. Apt. 4 B-17; Stacye Mclarty North right of way line of R-227; Lisa A. Williams 353 Grange Hall Rd. Lot 22 note and Deed of Trust Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Fisher Ferry Road, said point 711 West 34th Ave. 4920 Halls Ferry Road Vicksburg, Ms 39180 having requested the Ads cancelled before expiration date ordered are Y-13; Bobbie D. Scutter Pinebluff, Ar 71603 being South 79 degrees 00 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 K-27; Shane M. Hoffman undersigned Trustee so to 511 Greenwood St. C-3; Teresa at M. prevailing Smith minutes East, 338.5 feet R-231; Cherie Harrison charged rate only for days 107 Linda Driveactually run, do, I will on the 7th day of Port Gibson, Ms 39150 4718 Roberta Circle from the Southwest Corner P.O. Box 14 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 February, 2011, offer for sale No ad will be deliberately mis-classified. 4 line Ms minimum minimum charge. Magnolia Self Storage, 3711 Vicksburg, 39180 charge. $8.28 of Mrs. Virginia F. Watt's Tallulah, La 71284 at public outcry and sell L-1; Martha J. Stephens The Vicksburg Post classified department is the Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, MS C-4; Monica M. Davis property as is described in R-235; Larry D. Carter Jr. during legal hours between 310 Cain Ridge Rd. Apt. H-1 39180, has possessor 186 Blue Creek Dr. Deed Book 324 at Page 64 8940 Highway 61 the S. proper classification the hours of 11:00 A.M. and sole judge of for each ad. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Lien on all of the goods of the Land Deed Records of Vicksburg, Ms 39180 4:00 P.M., at the main front Vicksburg, Ms 39180 L-16; Willie S. Hill stored in the prospective door of the County D-18; Veronica Y. Johnson Warren County, Mississippi; R-244; Roberta D. Sims 214 Erves Circle units above. All of Courthouse of Warren 3655 Wisconsen Ave. thence along and with the 102 Hamilton Place Vicksburg, Ms 39180 these items of personal County, at Vicksburg, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 right of way of Fisher Ferry Vicksburg, Ms 39180 M-17; Michael Bull property are being sold Mississippi, for cash to the E-2; Erika J. Banks Road, South 87 degrees 00 R-246; Jacient C. Winfield 206 Central Drive pursuant to the assertion highest and best bidder, the 503 Rodney Road minutes East, 232.5 feet to 2365 McNair Rd. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 following described land and of the lien on February, 19, Port Gibson, Ms 39150 an iron rod; thence North 1 Fayette, Ms 39069 N-8; Howard D. Bonnette property, situated in Warren 2011 at 9:00 A.M. in order to E-13; Cury G. Winters degree 30 minutes West, R-254; Keisha L. 12829 Sullivan Road SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S County, Mississippi, to-wit: collect the amounts 238 Manship Circle 509.0 feet to an iron rod; Weddington-Felton Baton Rouge, La 70818 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE That part of that certain due from you. The Sale Vicksburg, Ms 39180 thence South 87 degrees 10 1026 Weddington Drive N-26; Naomi Hubbard WHEREAS, on January 25, survey in said city known as WHEREAS, on December will take place at 3711 F-4; Corwayne D. Townsend 1386 Highway 575 Port Gibson, Ms 39150 2008, Jamey L. Douglas and minutes West, 238.0 feet to "Speeds Addition," the plat 20, 2007, Debra Blake and Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, 7942 Jeff Davis Rd. an iron rod; thence South 5 R-302; Eric L. Darden Newellton, La 71357 Wendy C. Douglas executed whereof appears of record MS 39180. Lewis Blake, executed a Vicksburg, Ms 39180 degrees 19 minutes East, 2404 Lake St. N-30; Lizzie J. McGriggs a Deed of Trust to J. Patrick on Page 600 of Deed Book Publish: 1/20(1t) Deed of Trust to Joan H. G-8; Cierra S. Watts 187.5 feet to an iron rod; Vicksburg, Ms 39180 P.O. Box 964 Caldwell as Trustee for the "ZZ" of the Records of 2471 Hazelwood St. thence South 0 degrees 30 Anderson, Trustee for the R-328; Kathleen L. Day Port Gibson, Ms 39150 benefit of BancorpSouth Deeds in said County, Detroit, Mi 48206 minutes East, 298.0 feet to P.O. Box 820221 use and benefit of Mortgage O-1; William James beginning at the Northwest Bank, which Deed of Trust Notice Of Sale G-13; Angela M. Warnock the Point of Beginning, and Vicksburg, Ms 39182 203 Linda Dr. intersection of Yerger and Electronic Registration was recorded in Book 1693, Whereas Vicksburg Self 9650 Highway 61 S. containing 2.67 acres, more R-342; Ricky C. Holland Finney Streets and running Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Page 254 in the Office of the Systems, Inc., which Deed of Storage, LLC a Lessor, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 or less. 6795 Oak Ridge Road thence West along Finney O-4; Marvin Ratliff Chancery Clerk of Warren 3207 Plaza Drive. Trust is on file and of record H-12; Marcus D. Robinson Title to the above described Street to the bayou; running Vicksburg, Ms 39180 1014 Perry Ave. County, Mississippi; and Vicksburg, MS 39180 in the office of the Chancery 212 Overlook Dr. property is believed to be thence in a Northeasterly S-16; Marcus E. Sessions Greenwood, Ms 38930 Pursuant To Mississippi WHEREAS, BancorpSouth Clerk of Warren County, direction along the Southern Vicksburg, Ms 39180 good, but I will convey only 71 Woodhaven Rd. O-26; Rachelle Y. Parker Code 85-7-121 through Bank, the holder of said Mississippi, in Deed of Trust boundary of said bayou to I-8; Ervin C. Willis such title as vested in me as Vicksburg, Ms 39180 85-7-129, does hereby 450 Lake Hill Drive Deed of Trust and the Note Book 1687 at Page 639 Yerger Street; running 1328 Baconia Road Substitute Trustee. S-17; Shirley C. Adcock provide Public Vicksburg, Ms 39180 secured thereby, substituted thence South along Yerger thereof; and WHEREAS, Rolling Fork, Ms. 39159 WITNESS my signature on 883 Standard Hill Rd. notice of intent to sell for Q-25; Yolanda K. Jones Scot P. Goldsholl as Trustee Street to the point of said Deed of Trust was I-11; Shannon H. Hall this 16th day of cash to the Highest bidder Vicksburg, Ms 39180 126 Fleetweed Drive in place of the afore-menbeginning, together with all 2306 Letitia St. the goods of the following December, 2010. assigned to Flagstar Bank, T-4; Demi Emerson Vicksburg, Ms 39180 tioned original Trustee, as iprovements thereon units, said Vicksburg, Ms 39180 /s/ Scot P. Goldsholl, 2330 Hankinson Rd. FSB, by assignment on file R-19; Dexter L. Tarleton authorized by the terms appertaining and belonging, goods belonging to. The I-46; Alan H. Arrington Substitute Trustee Vicksburg, Ms 39180 3093 Old Highway 18 N. and of record in the office of thereof, as evidenced by an and being part of that certain occupants of the record, P.O. Box 821308 Dyke, Henry, Goldsholl U-4; Irma L. Sanders Vicksburg, Ms 39180 instrument dated December the Chancery Clerk of property conveyed to Kaleel namely: Vicksburg, Ms 39180 & Winzerling PLC 780 Highway 61 N. 10-E R-30; Ike Garner Jr. 15, 2010, and record! ed in Warren County, Mississippi, Jabour by J. C. Bryson by B-25 Mary A. Hatchett K-3; Janice M. Holland 415 North McKinley, Suite Vicksburg, Ms 39180 1112 Grammar St. Book 1516, Page 793 in the deed dated January 2, 1922 in Book 1518 at Page 39 587 Hall Road 1033 Carlisle St. 555 U-5; Alice M. Phillips Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Office of the Chancery Clerk Vicksburg, MS 39180 thereof; and WHEREAS, the of record in Deed Book 152 Jackson, Ms 39202 Little Rock, AR 72205 1319 Division St. R-36; Gail B. Cothran of Warren County, B-31 Elinor E. Jackson legal holder of the said Deed at Page 105 of the Records K-5; Wanda R. Groves Telephone No. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 200 Georganne Dr. Apt. E-8 of Deeds of said County, and Mississippi; and 1124 Ave. A of Trust and the note 4920 Halls Ferry Road 501-661-1000 V-5; Alice M. Phillips Vicksburg, Ms 39180 which property is more WHEREAS, default having Vicksburg, MS 39180 secured thereby, substituted Vicksburg, Ms 39180 THIS DOCUMENT 1319 Division St. R-58; Wanda Odom particularly described as been made in the terms and C-02 Chinikki D. Clark K-12; Leander R. Gates PREPARED BY: Bradley P. Jones, as Trustee follows: Beginning at the Vicksburg, Ms 39180 719 Maurice Ave conditions of said Deed of 1015 Bowman 119 Boykin Dr. DYKE, HENRY, V-11; David L. Coffee therein, as authorized by the intersection of the North line Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Trust, and the entire debt Vicksburg, MS 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 GOLDSHOLL & of Finney Street and the 114 Kendra Dr. R-97; Joe E. Graham Jr. terms thereof, by instrument secured thereby having been C-15 Marilyn J. Graves K-19; La Vonne V. WINZERLING, P.L.C. West line of Yerger Street, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 2501 Culkin Road Apt. H-3 440 lakehill Dr. Apt. 102 declared to be due and recorded in the office of the which is the Southeast Whitehead V-19; Kimberley M. Dawson Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, MS 39180 payable, and the legal holder 415 N. McKinley, Ste 1177 aforesaid Chancery Clerk in corner of Lot 107 in said 4602 Halls Ferry Road Little Rock, AR 72205 309 Cairo Dr. C-43 Laverne Williams R-226 Theordore J Curry of said indebtedness, Book 1518 at Page 40, "Speeds Addition," thence Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Telephone No. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 300 Overlook Drive 1605 Davis/P.O. Box 598 BancorpSouth Bank, having thereof; and WHEREAS, with the North line of said K-24; Yolanda C. Larry (501) 661-1000 X-23; Romonia Thompson Vicksburg, MS 39180 Livingston, Tx 77851 requested the undersigned default having been made in Finney Street, 103 feet to the 353 Grange Hall Rd. Lot 22 DHGW No. 57639G-1 E-07 Carla R. Johnson 821 Speed St. Apt. 4 R-227; Lisa A. Williams Substitute Trustee to middle of the bayou; thence the performance of the Vicksburg, Ms 39180 1725 East Ave. Publish: 1/6, 1/13, 1/20(3t) Vicksburg, Ms 39180 4920 Halls Ferry Road execute the trust and sell with the middle of the bayou conditions and stipulations Vicksburg, MS 39180 K-27; Shane M. Hoffman Y-13; Bobbie D. Scutter Vicksburg, Ms 39180 North 68 degrees 30 minutes said land and property in E-20 Charlla Killebrew 107 Linda Drive as set forth by said Deed of 511 Greenwood St. R-231; Cherie Harrison accordance with the terms of East, 126 feet to the West 406 Van Buren Apt. 106 NOTICE OF SALE Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Port Gibson, Ms 39150 Trust, and having been P.O. Box 14 said Deed of Trust for the line of Yerger Street; thence Oakland, CA 94610 Whereas Magnolia Self L-1; Martha J. Stephens Magnolia Self Storage, 3711 requested by the legal holder South 73 feet along the West purpose of raising the sums Tallulah, La 71284 E-22 James (Tood) Storage, LLC as Lesser, 310 Cain Ridge Rd. Apt. H-1 Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, MS R-235; Larry D. Carter Jr. of the indebtedness secured due thereunder, together line of Yerger Street to the Scallions 3711 HWY. 61 South, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 39180, has possessor 8940 Highway 61 S. with attorney's fees, and described by said Deed place of beginning, said P O Box 820473 Vicksburg, MS 39180, L-16; Willie S. Hill Lien on all of the goods Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Substitute Trustee's fees and tract, lot or parcel of land of Trust so to do, notice is Vicksburg, MS 39180 pursuant to Mississippi Code 214 Erves Circle stored in the prospective R-244; Roberta D. Sims expenses of sale. hereinabove described and E-24 Evelyn L. Thomas hereby given that I, Bradley 85-7-121 through Vicksburg, Ms 39180 units above. All of 102 Hamilton Place NOW, THEREFORE, I, Scot 3133 Washington Street P. Jones, Substitute Trustee, conveyed contains a part of 85-7-129, does hereby M-17; Michael Bull these items of personal Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Lots 105 and 107 of said P. Goldsholl, Substitute Vicksburg, MS 39180 by virtue of the authority provide Public notice of 206 Central Drive property are being sold "Speeds Addition," and being Trustee, will on January 27, R-246; Jacient C. Winfield E-36 Edrienne D. Dorsey conferred upon me in said intent to sell for cash to the Vicksburg, Ms 39180 pursuant to the assertion the same property conveyed 2365 McNair Rd. 2011, offer for sale at public P O Box 731 Highest bidder the goods of Deed of Trust, will offer for N-8; Howard D. Bonnette to Sallie May Spates by of the lien on February, 19, Fayette, Ms 39069 outcry to the highest bidder Port Gibson, MS 39150 the following units, said 12829 Sullivan Road Kaleel Jabour by deed dated sale and will sell at public 2011 at 9:00 A.M. in order to R-254; Keisha L. E-39 Willie M. Stevenson for cash, within legal hours goods belonging to May 19, 1942, and of record Baton Rouge, La 70818 collect the amounts sale and outcry to the Weddington-Felton 217 Meadowvale Drive (between the hours of 11:00 in Deed Book 228 at Page The occupants of the record N-26; Naomi Hubbard Project9 1/12/11 1:25 PM Page 1 due from you. The Sale Vicksburg, MS 39183 1026 Weddington Drive highest and best bidder for a.m. and 4:00 p.m.) at the 495 of the Land Records of namely: 1386 Highway 575 will take place at 3711 E-44 Jason Wood Port Gibson, Ms 39150 front steps of the Warren cash, during the legal hours Warren County, Mississippi. A-24; Christopher G. Newellton, La 71357 111 Sunset Ave. Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, R-302; Eric L. Darden County Courthouse in (between the hours of The tract, lot or parcel of land Wallace N-30; Lizzie J. McGriggs Vicksburg, MS 39180 MS 39180. 2404 Lake St. Vicksburg, Warren County, 11 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock hereinabove described and 103 Park Place P.O. Box 964 F-12 Kimberly M. Dawson Publish: 1/20(1t) Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Mississippi, the p.m.) at the West front door conveyed is all, the same Natchez, Ms 39185 309 Cairo Drive Port Gibson, Ms 39150 R-328; Kathleen L. Day following-described property: and identical property of the County Courthouse of Vicksburg, MS 39180 A-27; Deborah K. Wicker O-1; William James P.O. Box 820221 That part of Section 9, conveyed by Sallie May Warren County, at F-15 Damon A. Devote 203 Linda Dr. Vicksburg, Ms 39182 Township 14 North, Range 4 P.O. Box 118 Spates to Tommy Brooks 311 Cooper Drive Vicksburg, Mississippi, on Delta, La. 71233 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 R-342; Ricky C. Holland East, Warren County, and Lillian Brooks, husband Vicksburg, MS 39180 B-8; Kimberly J. Redditt O-4; Marvin Ratliff the 10th day of February, 6795 Oak Ridge Road Mississippi, more particularly and wife, by warranty deed G-03 Brenda Reed P.O. Box 128 1014 Perry Ave. 2011, the following described bearing date of October 1, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 described as follows, to wit: 218 Meadowvale Drive Delta, La 71233 Greenwood, Ms 38930 S-16; Marcus E. Sessions land and property being the Beginning at a point on the 1946 and recorded in Land Vicksburg, MS 39180 B-17; Stacye Mclarty O-26; Rachelle Y. Parker 71 Woodhaven Rd. North right of way line of Deed Book Number 258 at same land and property G-16 Lisha M. Patton 450 Lake Hill Drive Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Page 228 of the Land Deed Fisher Ferry Road, said point 711 West 34th Ave. described in said Deed of S. Frontage Rd. Apt. Reach 2.2 Readers Across The State 3120 Of Mississippi Pinebluff, Ar 71603 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 S-17;Million Shirley C. Adcock Records of Warren County, being South 79 degrees 00 306 Trust, situated in Warren C-3; Teresa M. Smith Q-25; Yolanda K. Jones 883 Standard Hill Rd. minutes East, 338.5 feet Vicksburg, MS 39180 County, State of Mississippi, State of Mississippi. 4718 Roberta Circle 126 Fleetweed Drive I will convey only such title Ms 39180 from the Southwest Corner G-23 Broderick N. or to-wit: All of Lot Eighteen ) # !39180 ! ! # " " (Vicksburg, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg,Ms as is vested in me as T-4; Demi Emerson of Mrs. Virginia F. Watt's Florence King (18) of Block "A" of Lake Hill C-4; Monica M. Davis R-19; Dexter L. Tarleton Trustee. 2330 Hankinson Rd. 109 Village Drive property as is described in Park Subdivision, Part 2, a Ms 186 Blue Creek Dr. ("#)#" !%$%' WITNESS MY SIGNATURE, Deed Book 324 at Page 64 3093 Old Highway 18 N. Vicksburg, 39180 Vicksburg, MS 39183 /'0 /'01' 0)$" this, the 5th day of Vicksburg, Ms 39180 plat of which is recorded in Vicksburg, Ms 39180 H-16 Lillian L. Foster U-4; Irma L. Sanders of the Land Deed Records of 8 ))3 23 = D-18; Veronica Y. Johnson R-30; Ike Garner Jr. Plat Book 1, at Page 2 of the January, 2011. 1220 Magnolia Street 780 Highway 61 N. 10-E Warren County, Mississippi; _______________________ 3655 Wisconsen Ave. ) 1112 Grammar St. MS 39180 records in the Office of the Vicksburg, Ms 39180*> F 2/210 ,> Vicksburg, thence along and with the /s/ W. Stewart Robison, Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 H-36 Danielle L. Williams U-5; Alice M. Phillips Chancery Clerk of Warren right of way of Fisher Ferry 4 ,
8 Trustee E-2; Erika J. Banks R-36; Gail B. Cothran 1108 Fifth North Street 1319 Division St. Road, South 87 degrees 00 County, Mississippi. Title to Publish: 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/3 503 Rodney Road Vicksburg,&!!!'!+;&+! MS 39180 !!!%"<!";!6 200 Georganne !""#$$#%&' Dr. Apt. E-8 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 minutes East, 232.5 feet to <# I' K the above described property (4t) H-38 Del M. Harris Port Gibson, Ms 39150 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 V-5; Alice M. Phillips an iron rod; thence North 1
,,, 2 43 is believed to be good, but I 107 Dana Road E-13; Cury G. Winters R-58; Wanda Odom 1319 Division St. degree 30 minutes West, will convey only such title as Vicksburg, MS 39180 238 Manship Circle Ave() (* 719( Maurice - 2 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 509.0 feet to an iron rod; is vested in me as H-57C Machesa L. Gaines Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 V-11; David * L. Coffee thence South 87 degrees 10 ( ( 4 P O Box 820008 Substitute Trustee. F-4; Corwayne D. Townsend R-97; Joe E. Graham Jr. 114 Kendra Dr. minutes West, 238.0 feet to Vicksburg, MS 39183 WITNESS my 7942 Jeff Davis Rd. 2501 Culkin Road Apt. H-3 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 444* 444 an iron rod; thence South 5 - H-70C Robert D. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 signature, on this the 14th V-19; Kimberley M. Dawson degrees 19 minutes East, & 67 Anderson Jr. G-8; Cierra S. Watts R-226 Theordore J Curry #;;6;;;,-=4, day January, 2011. 309 Cairo Dr. 187.5 feet to an iron rod; 66 Ridgeview Road 2471 Hazelwood St. 1605 ! Davis/P.O. ! ! ! Box + 598 + " +Vicksburg, & # Ms ,B&!''<!$!"<& 6! * #))+,55677 _______________________ 39180 thence South 0 degrees 30 Vicksburg, MS 39180 Detroit, Mi 48206 Livingston, Tx 77851 X-23; Romonia Thompson minutes East, 298.0 feet to BRADLEY P. JONES I-03 Verna L. Brooks ,,,- $H"&! G-13; Angela M. Warnock R-227; Lisa A. Williams 4+ 2907 4 - @&<+I 821 Speed St. Apt. 4 the Point of Beginning, and Washinton St. Apt. 10 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE 9650 Highway 61 S. 4920 Halls Ferry Road Vicksburg, Ms 39180 containing 2.67 acres, more Vicksburg, MS 391808 PREPARED BY: @&%6+;;
, 2 *6 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Y-13; Bobbie D. Scutter I-07 Joyce E. Ward or less. ADAMS & EDENS H-12; Marcus D. Robinson R-231; Cherie Harrison ? BA,,6 511 Greenwood St. 2408 Cherry Street Title to the above described POST OFFICE BOX 400 212 Overlook Dr. P.O. Box 14 Vicksburg, 39180 Port Gibson, Ms 39150 property is believed to be + * , >6 , MS 6 BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Tallulah, La 71284 I-09 Eric D. Tubwell Magnolia Self Storage, 3711 good, but I will convey only 39043 3 7 @&+++ 9 I-8; Ervin C. Willis R-235; Larry D. Carter Jr. 1312 1/2 Filmore Street I L!""%!%!%;<L Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, MS such title as vested in me as 1328 Baconia Road (601) 825-9508 8940 Highway 61 S.45 Vicksburg, MS 39180 39180, has ,,,,I possessor Substitute Trustee. . /0 12321/2 ,,, Rolling Fork, Ms. 39159 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 I-13 Brandy D. Clark A&E File #29405 Lien on all of the goods WITNESS my signature on Roberta 6D.7 stored 8 I-11; Shannon H. Hall 106 Grey Oak Road R-244; Sims Publish: 1/20, 1/27, 2/3(3t) in the8<;J prospective this 16th day of Vicksburg, MS 39180 2306 Letitia St. 102 Hamilton Place units above. All of December, 2010. 9 : &!!!"!$%'&# TRUSTEE'S NOTICE I-16 Catina Sims Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 these items of personal /s/ Scot P. Goldsholl, OF SALE 2200 Military Ave. Apt. A !;;!$<'"<& I-46; Alan H. Arrington R-246; Jacient C. Winfield property are being sold Substitute Trustee WHEREAS, on December *.* %;;M6 Vicksburg, MS 39180 P.O. Box 821308 2365 McNair Rd. pursuant to the assertion 14, 2004, Luella K. Cooper, Dyke, Henry, Goldsholl I-22 Joseph Hasty .Vicksburg, Ms 39180 F P.F Fayette, Ms 39069 of the lien on February, 19, single and Jerry D. Kiner, & Winzerling PLC 150 Cain Ridge Rd. K-3; Janice M. Holland R-254; Keisha L. single, executed a Deed of * - . E *12B- 2011 at 9:00 A.M. in order to 415 North McKinley, Suite Vicksburg, MS 39180 1033 Carlisle St. Weddington-Felton Trust to W. Stewart Robison, collect the amounts 555 I-23 Anthony<+ C&; T. Chiplin Jr. 4
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Jackson, Ms 39202 1026 Weddington Drive Trustee for Jim Walter due from you. The Sale Little Rock, AR 72205 1029 Ryan Street K-5; Wanda R. Groves Port 39150 Homes, Inc., Beneficiary, Gibson, => Ms* 6 26 <'place will take at 3711 <;;$ 6 Vicksburg, Telephone No. MS 39180 ,,, 4920 Halls Ferry Road which Deed of Trust is R-302; Eric L. Darden Hwy 61 S. Vicksburg, 501-661-1000 I-35C Genoa Williams Jr. 3 6 / 1 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 recorded in Land Deed of 2404 Lake St. <<$"!"<<$< MS 39180. THIS DOCUMENT 88 Lovers Lane3H<"" Trust Book 1515, at Page K-12; Leander R. Gates Vicksburg, Ms % 39180 4 , -1 8 Publish: 1/20(1t) PREPARED BY: Vicksburg, MS 39183 H&%" 375, in the office of the 119 Boykin Dr. R-328; Kathleen L. Day DYKE, HENRY, J-04 The Late Jennifer A. !;;#&#+$"+6,,,> &!;;$%$ Chancery Clerk of Warren Vicksburg, Ms 39180 P.O. Box 820221 Luna GOLDSHOLL & County, Mississippi; K-19; La Vonne V. Vicksburg, Ms 39182 and Heirs. 2>& $'<' WINZERLING, P.L.C. AND WHEREAS, this Deed Whitehead R-342; Ricky C. Holland 4718 Hwy. 80 415 N. McKinley, Ste 1177 of Trust was ultimately 8 -1 ?@&6;;; 3 - 4602 Halls Ferry Road 6795 Oak Ridge Road Vicksburg, MS 39180 Little Rock, AR 72205 + *. 3 assigned to Walter Mortgage Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 J-27 and J-33 Natasha M. )AB3 ,63 Telephone No. Company, LLC, by instru , B< K-24; Yolanda C. Larry S-16; Marcus E. Sessions Shoulders (501) 661-1000 ment recorded in Book 1494, 353 Grange Hall Rd. Lot 22 Warner Road, 71 =B >-,- Woodhaven Rd. * .* * , 4020 DHGW No. 57639G-1 ,, at Page 18, in the office of Lorman, MS 39096 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 !;;$"++<%<C8 Publish: 1/6, 1/13, 1/20(3t) the Chancery Clerk * > ,6 "I&< Angula Su K-08 , !!!"'&#&!' K-27; Shane M. Hoffman S-17; Shirley C. Adcock aforesaid; Virgil-Williams 107 Linda Drive 883 ! Standard Hill Rd. 6 <8" 8 , 1223F**.9B AND WHEREAS, default 118 Quinola Lane Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 having been made in -1.-=B4 >B 0 Vicksburg, MS 39180 L-1; Martha J. Stephens T-4; Demi Emerson payment of the indebtedness Vicksburg Self Storage, , > 12DE124 - E3-4 0B";&+%<$;&' 310 Cain Ridge Rd. Apt. H-1 2330 Hankinson Rd. secured by said Deed of 3207 Plaza Drive. Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, 39180 Trust, and the holder of the MsB Vicksburg, MS 39180, L-16; Willie S. Hill U-4; Irma L. Sanders note and Deed of Trust has possessory lien on all ,,,> 214 Erves Circle 780-4 0B Highway!''#!#%;%& 61 N. 10-E having requested the goods stored in the Vicksburg, Ms 39180 undersigned Trustee so to Vicksburg, Ms 39180 prospective units above.
. , M-17; Michael Bull do, I will on the 7th day of U-5; Alice M. Phillips All these items of personal "#$% #"!&'#'" 9122> February, 2011, offer for sale 206 Central Drive 1319 DivisionSt. property are being sold at public outcry and sell Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 pursuant to the assertion 6 B3 .- -36 122 , , during legal hours between N-8; Howard D. Bonnette V-5; Alice M. Phillips of the lien on the hours of 11:00 A.M. and #<Division 3 12829 Sullivan Road 1319 St. 9 B ) 6 , February 19, 2011 at 10.00 4:00 P.M., at the main front Baton Rouge, La 70818 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 a.m. in order to collect the BB9FBB-18 door of the County 3*3";&+!&%;"; N-26; Naomi Hubbard > B !!! V-11; David L. Coffee amounts due from you. 1601-F North Frontage Road â€˘ Vicksburg, MS 39180 Courthouse of Warren 1386 Highway 575 114 Kendra Dr. . $$'#!"+ The sale will take place at County, at Vicksburg, Newellton, La 71357 3207 Plaza Drive., Vicksburg, Ms 39180 601-636-4545 â€˘ 601-636-SELL (7355) !;;##&#<'&G 3&;; Mississippi, for cash to the N-30; Lizzie J. McGriggs Vicksburg, MS 39180. V-19; Kimberley M. Dawson +:;#"1#%69 highest and best bidder, the This is Jan. 20, 2011. P.O. Box 964 309 Cairo Dr. following described land and Publish: 1/20(1t) Port Gibson, Ms 39150 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 property, situated in Warren O-1; William James X-23; Romonia Thompson County, Mississippi, to-wit: 203 Linda Dr. 821 Speed St. Apt. 4 That part of that certain Vicksburg, Ms 39180 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 survey in said city known as O-4; Marvin Ratliff Y-13; Bobbie D. Scutter "Speeds Addition," the plat
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E-22 James (Tood) Scallions P O Box 820473 Vicksburg, MS 39180 E-24 Evelyn L. Thomas B8 3133 Washington Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 E-36 Edrienne D. Dorsey P O Box 731 Port Gibson, MS 39150 E-39 Willie M. Stevenson 217 Meadowvale Drive Vicksburg, MS 39183 E-44 Jason Wood 111 Sunset Ave. Vicksburg, MS 39180 F-12 Kimberly M. Dawson 309 Cairo Drive Vicksburg, MS 39180 F-15 Damon A. Devote 311 Cooper Drive Vicksburg, MS 39180 G-03 Brenda Reed 218 Meadowvale Drive Vicksburg, MS 39180 G-16 Lisha M. Patton 3120 S. Frontage Rd. Apt. 306 Vicksburg, MS 39180 G-23 Broderick N. or Florence King 109 Village Drive Vicksburg, MS 39183 H-16 Lillian L. Foster 1220 Magnolia Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 H-36 Danielle L. Williams 1108 Fifth North Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 H-38 Del M. Harris 107 Dana Road Vicksburg, MS 39180 H-57C Machesa L. Gaines P O Box 820008 Vicksburg, MS 39183 H-70C Robert D. Anderson Jr. 66 Ridgeview Road Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-03 Verna L. Brooks 2907 Washinton St. Apt. 10 Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-07 Joyce E. Ward 2408 Cherry Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-09 Eric D. Tubwell 1312 1/2 Filmore Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-13 Brandy D. Clark 106 Grey Oak Road Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-16 Catina Sims 2200 Military Ave. Apt. A Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-22 Joseph P. Hasty 150 Cain Ridge Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-23 Anthony T. Chiplin Jr. 1029 Ryan Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 I-35C Genoa Williams Jr. 88 Lovers Lane Vicksburg, MS 39183 J-04 The Late Jennifer A. Luna and Heirs. 4718 Hwy. 80 Vicksburg, MS 39180 J-27 and J-33 Natasha M. Shoulders 4020 Warner Road Lorman, MS 39096 K-08 Angula Su Virgil-Williams 118 Quinola Lane Vicksburg, MS 39180 Vicksburg Self Storage, 3207 Plaza Drive. Vicksburg, MS 39180, has possessory lien on all goods stored in the prospective units above. All these items of personal property are being sold pursuant to the assertion of the lien on February 19, 2011 at 10.00 a.m. in order to collect the amounts due from you. The sale will take place at 3207 Plaza Drive., Vicksburg, MS 39180. This is Jan. 20, 2011. Publish: 1/20(1t)
Public Notice Mississippi Environmental Quality Permit Board P.O. Box 2261 Jackson, MS 39225 Telephone No. (601) 961-5171 Public Notice Start Date: January 21, 2011 MDEQ Contact: Brian Stuart Deadline For Comment: February 21, 2011 Mississippi Bluffs Industrial Park LLC located at 125 Dabney Drive, in Vicksburg, MS, has applied to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality for the following permitting action: issuance of Water Pretreatment Permit, Ref. No. MSP092270. The applicant's operations fall within SIC Code 2812. Mississippi Bluffs Industrial Park LLC is a Brownfields Redevelopment of the former Vicksburg Chemical Company site. This permit allows the Permittee to discharge a continuous flow of groundwater impacted during the course of the operation of the former Vicksburg Chemical Company (a pesticide and herbicide manufacturer) to the City of Vicksburg POTW (NPDES Ref. No. MS0022381). After treatment, the City of Vicksburg POTW will then discharge the water to the Mississippi River. The staff of the Permit Board has developed this draft permit based on information submitted to the Permit Board by the applicant, appropriate State and Federal agencies and other interested parties. The staff of the Permit Board is soliciting all relative information pertaining to the proposed activity, including public comment, to ensure that the final staff recommendation on the draft permit complies with all State and Federal regulations. Public review and comment on the draft permit and supporting documentation is an important element in the staff evaluation and resulting recommendation to the Permit Board. The draft permit conditions have been developed to ensure compliance with all State and Federal regulations but are subject to change based on information received as a result of public participation. Persons wishing to comment upon or object to the proposed determinations are invited to submit comments in writing to Brian Stuart at the Permit Board's address shown above, no later than February 21, 2011. All comments received by this date will be considered in the formulation of final determinations regarding the application. A public hearing will be held if the Permit Board finds a significant degree of public interest in the proposed permit. The Permit Board is limited in the scope of its analysis to environmental impact. Any comments relative to zoning or economic and social impacts are within the jurisdiction of local zoning and planning authorities and should be addressed to them. Additional details about the application, including a copy of the draft permit, are available by writing or calling Brian Stuart at the above Permit Board address and telephone number. Additionally, as a courtesy, for those with Internet access, a copy of the proposed draft permit may be found on the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality's website at: http://opc.deq.s-
Additional details about the application, including a copy of the draft permit, are available by writing or calling Brian Stuart at the above Permit Board address and telephone number. Additionally, as a courtesy, for those with Internet access, a copy of the proposed draft permit may be found on the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality's website at: http://opc.deq.state.ms.us/report_public_notice.aspx. This information is also available for review at the following locations during normal business hours: Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Office of Pollution Control MDEQ 515 E. Amite St Jackson, MS 39201 Warren County Vicksburg Public Library 700 Veto Street Vicksburg, MS 39180 Please bring the foregoing to the attention of persons whom you know will be interested. Publish: 1/20(1t)
DESCRIBED; THENCE EASTERLY 36 FEET TO A FENCE CORNER AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG A FENCE IN THE WEST FACE OF A CONCRETE WALL, 168 FEET TO THE NORTH SIDE OF DEWITT STREET; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH SIDE OF SAID STREET, 77 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, A PLAT OF SAID PROPERTY BEING RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 116 AT PAGE 166 OF THE LAND RECORDS OF WARREN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. will convey only such title as vested in it as Substitute Trustee. WITNESS my signature on this 13th day of December, 2010 RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 Telephone No. (800) 281-8219 By: /s/ Anthony Cannon Title: Authorized Signer RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 TS No.: 10 -0155032 PARCEL No. 108J 34 2600 007800 /108J 34 2600 007801 DHGW 54769G-2LL Publish: 1/20, 1/27, 2/3(3t)
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SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, on March 4, 2003, JOSEPH W SMOLLEN III, AND HIS WIFE SHIRLEY N KEEP UP WITH all the SMOLLEN executed a Deed local news and sales...of Trust to ROBIN GLYNN subscribe to The Vicksas Trustee for the benefit of burg Post Today! Call MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 601-636-4545, REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, ask for Circulation. INC., ACTING SOLELY AS A NOMINEE FOR Runaway COUNTRYWIDE HOME Are you 12 to 17? LOANS, INC., which Deed of Alone? Scared? Trust was filed on March 10, Call 601-634-0640 any2003 and recorded as time or 1-800-793-8266 Instrument No. 194684 in Book 1373 at Page 710 in We can help! the Office of the Chancery One child, Clerk of Warren County, one day at a time. Mississippi; and BIG WHEELIE SKATING WHEREAS, BAC HOME RINK. Family Night every LOANS SERVICING, LP Friday. Ages 8-12. FKA COUNTRYWIDE Parents welcome to stay. Come skate with us! HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, the current Beneficiary of FREE TO GOOD home. said Deed of Trust, Rescued 12 week old, substituted RECONTRUST FEMALE LABRADOR. small breed, black male COMPANY, N.A. as Trustee BLACK, 65 pounds, approxpuppy. All shots, very therein, as authorized by the imately 2 years old, not healthy and friendly. wearing collar, found Culkin terms thereof, as evidenced 601-831-4292. Road/ Beechwood area. by an instrument recorded as Instrument No. 279314 in KEEP UP WITH all the lo- 601-218-4179. Book 1512 at Page 290 in cal news and sales...SubLOST A DOG? the Office of the Chancery scribe to The Vicksburg Found a cat? Let The Clerk of Warren County, Post TODAY!! Call 601Vicksburg Post help! 636-4545, Circulation. Mississippi; and Run a FREE 3 day ad! WHEREAS, default having 601-636-SELL or e-mail been made in the terms and classifieds@vicksburg conditions of said Deed of post.com Trust, and the entire debt secured thereby having been LOST CAT! declared to be due and 8 YEAR OLD solid white payable, and the legal holder Center For cat. Spayed female Belva of said indebtedness, BAC Pregnancy Choices Drive/ Warrenton Heights HOME LOANS SERVICING, area. Call 601-634-0366. Free Pregnancy Tests LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE (non-medical facility) HOME LOANS SERVICING MISSING Âˇ Education on All LP, having requested the 7 YEAR OLD FEMALE DOG Options undersigned Substitute MOUNTAIN KUR MIXEDÂˇ Confidential CounTrustee to execute the trust LIGHT BROWN AND seling and sell said land and BLACK, MEDIUM SIZE, Call 601-638-2778 property in accordance with PAXTON ROAD AREA for appt the terms of said Deed of 601-529-3956, 601-638-4785 Trust for the purpose of www.vicksburgpregnanraising the sums due cy.com thereunder, together with attorney's fees, Substitute Trustee's fees and expenses of sale. â€œACEâ€? NOW, THEREFORE, Truck Driver Training RECONTRUST COMPANY, With a Difference N.A., Substitute Trustee, will on February 10, 2011, offer Job Placement Asst. for sale at public outcry to Day, Night & Refresher Classes the highest bidder for cash, within legal hours (between Get on the Road NOW! Check our listings to the hours of 11:00 a.m. Call 1-888-430-4223 4:00 p.m.) at the front steps find the help you MS Prop. Lic. 77#C124 of the Warren County need... Courthouse in Vicksburg, AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Warren County, Mississippi, TECHNICIAN. Hours â€˘ Contractors the following-described Monday- Friday, 7:30am property: to 5:30pm, Pay based on â€˘ Electricians ALL REAL PROPERTY ON experience and qualificaâ€˘ Roofers tions. Contact Service LOTS FORTY-EIGHT (48), Manager at 601-630-2952 FORTY-NINE (49), FIFTY â€˘ Plumbers or fax resume to 601-636(50), FIFTY-ONE (51), â€˘ Landscapers 5071 or e-mail FIFTY-TWO (52) AND email@example.com FIFTYTHREE (53) IN WHAT EOE IS KNOWN AS "SPEEDS ADDITION", A PLAT OF WHICH SAID ADDITION IS Classifieds Really Work! RECORDED IN BOOK ZZ AT PAGE 600 OF THE LAND RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE CHANCERY CLERK OF WARREN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING We are seeking high energy DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND, TO-WIT: personalties to join our sales staff. BEGIN AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE $40,000-$50,000 is a NORTH LINE OF DEWITT realistic first year income range. STREET WITH A FENCE MORE ORLESS ACCUIf you are career minded, our exceptional RATELY DEFINING THE EAST SIDE OF LETITIA compensation plan includes: STREET, AND RUN â€˘ Highest Commission in the Area THENCE ALONG THE FENCE AND EAST SIDE â€˘ Generous Bonuses OF SAID STREET IN A NORTHERLY DIRECTION (Both from Dealership & Factory) 158 FEET TO A FENCE â€˘ 5 Day Work Week CORNER BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF â€˘ Medical/ Dental Plan Offered THE PROPERTY HEREIN â€˘ Extensive Training DESCRIBED; THENCE EASTERLY 36 FEET TO A â€˘ Excellent Work Environment. FENCE CORNER AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PROPERTY HEREIN Apply in person to: Craig Schwinn DESCRIBED; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG A Dress for Success!!! FENCE IN THE WEST FACE OF A CONCRETE WALL, 168 FEET TO THE NORTH SIDE OF DEWITT STREET; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH SIDE OF SAID STREET, 77 2339 N. Frontage Road, Vicksburg FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, A PLAT OF SAID PROPERTY BEING RECORDED IN DEED BOOK 116 AT PAGE 166 OF THE LAND RECORDS OF WARREN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. will convey only such title as vested in it as Substitute Trustee. WITNESS my signature on this 13th day of December, 2010 RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE stay-at-home Teachers, 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 college students, parents, Richardson, TX 75082 nurses. .No. . theyâ€™re all Telephone (800) 281-8219the newspaper delivering By: /s/ Anthony Cannon in their spareSigner time and Title: Authorized RECONTRUST earning extraCOMPANY, income! N.A., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Itâ€™s easy - and itâ€™s a great 2380 Performance Dr, way to earn extra cash. TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 TS No.: 10 -0155032 PARCEL No. 108J 34 2600 007800 /108J 2600 To34join 007801 DHGW The54769G-2LL Vicksburg Post Publish: 1/20, 1/27, 2/3(3t)
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IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING for HVAC certified technician. Qualified candidates must be ambitious and energetic, 2 years experience is required and must include painting, plumbing and electrical. Each applicant must have a valid driver's license. Please fax resumes to: 601-9256030.
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WE HAUL OFF old appliances, lawn mowers, hot water heaters, junk and abandoned cars, trucks, vans, etcetera. 601-940-5075, if no answer, please leave message.
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ACTIVE PRETTY SHIH TZU puppies. Small size, 6 weeks, Shots/Wormed. CPR registered. Delhi 318282-0437, 318-680-2100.
2008 BOWFLEX REVOLUTION XP / AB Attachment, Hardly used. New $2,700 selling for $1,800, 601-638-0849.
AKC/ CKC REGISTERED Yorkies, Yorkie-Poos, Maltese, Malti-Poos. $400 and up! 601-218-5533,
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FOR LESS THAN 45 cents per day, have The Vicksburg Post delivered to your home. Only $14 per month, 7 day delivery. Call 601-636-4545, Circulation Department. FURNITURE: Formal living room and Sunroom items. Arkansas stone decorative yard items. Call 601415-0447 to view. MATTRESS SETS, DINING room sets, living rooms sets. 12 months no interest financing. Discount Furniture. 601-638-7191. OAK FIREWOOD FOR sale. Cut to your specifications! 601-636-9352, 601-218-1275. OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE. DELIVERY AVAILABLE. 601-630-7085.
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TINY BLACK FEMALE Toy Poodle. Shots/ wormed. 10 weeks old. Delhi. 318-282-0437.
TOY POODLES, Pomeranians, Peke a poo, Shih tzu, Maltese, Chihuahuas, Mini Dachshunds, Schnauzers, 318-498-1965 318-728-5128. www.littlepawskennel.com
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THE PET SHOP â€œVicksburgâ€™s Pet Boutiqueâ€? 3508 South Washington Street
DOGGIE SWEATERS ARE HERE! A VARIETY OF SIZES, STYLES & COLORS! COME IN FOR A FITTING!
$ I BUY JUNK CARS $ I will pickup your junk car and pay you cash today! Call 601-618-6441.
NEED BABYSITTING JOB. $100 a week. Anytime, plus weekends. 601618-9197, 601-630-9529.
AKC MALE GERMAN Shepherd puppy. $300 601-529-9590.
18. Miscellaneous For Sale
SEASON RED OAK FIREWOOD. long bed truck, stacked, good load. $70 601-415-9760. USED TIRES! LIGHT trucks and SUV's, 16's, 17's, 18's, 19's, 20's. A few matching sets! Call TD's, 601-638-3252. USING YOUR TAX refund to buy new furniture/ computer/ electronics? Make room by selling your items with a classified ad! Call 601-636-7355. UTILITY TRAILERS. FINANCING available. Call T.D.'s at 601-638-3252.
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29. Unfurnished Apartments Commodore Apartments 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms 605 Cain Ridge Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180
601-638-2231 MARSHALL APARTMENTS 821 Speed Street Newly remodeled apartment with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, large living room, dining room, kitchen with breakfast bar $425 monthly (water included) 601-619-6800
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AFFORDABLE PAINTINGNEW Year's Special! Most rooms $150! Quality work, References. 601-218-0263.
1 BEDROOM- $425, 2 bedrooms- $425, both all electric, water, stove, refrigerator furnished, $200 deposit. Plus 3 bedroom duplex- $450, $200 deposit. 601-634-8290.
Toni Walker Terrett Attorney At Law 601-636-1109 • Bankruptcy Chapter 7 and 13 • Social Seurity Disability • No-fault Divorce
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1-2 BEDROOM apartments for lease. Central HVAC, off-street parking, no smoking, references/ deposit required. Starting at $475/mo. Private. 601-638-9876.
ROOFING & RESTORATION •Roof & Home Repair (all types!) •30 yrs exp •1,000’s of ref Licensed • Insured 601-618-0367 • 601-456-4133
30. Houses For Rent 3 BEDROOMS, 1½ BATH, very private location, $675 monthly plus deposit. Serious inquiries. 601-415-0784. 3614 SECURITY STREET. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. $525 monthly, deposit/ references. 601-636-6859. Large older home, 3 bedroom 2 bath, fenced back and front yard, close to town $1,195 a month. 601831-4506.
2814 Eagle Lake Shore Large pier, 3BR/2.5BA, wood floors, fireplace, french doors, 5 yrs. old, $179,900. Bette Paul Warner, 601-218-1800, www.lakehouse.com, McMillin Real Estate.
DIRT AND GRAVEL hauled. 8 yard truck. 601638-6740. River City Lawn Care You grow it - we mow it! Affordable and professional. Lawn and landscape maintenance. Cut, bag, trim, edge. 601-529-6168.
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VAN GUARD APARTMENTS 1 Two bedroom town house, 1 two bedroom flat with washer/ dryer hook ups. $500 monthly, $99 deposit. Management 601-631-0805.
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30. Houses For Rent LOS COLINAS. SMALL 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Cottage. Close in, nice. $795 monthly. 601-831-4506.
31. Mobile Homes For Rent MEADOWBROOK PROPERTIES. 2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes, south county. Deposit required. 601-619-9789.
32. Mobile Homes For Sale
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR rent. Utilities, maid service included. Port Gibson, Mississippi. 15 minutes from Grand Gulf. $625/ month. 601-437-5300.
28. Furnished Apartments
• 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. • Beautifully Landscaped • Lake Surrounds Community
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3 baths, completely redone with awesome floor plan, air conditioning, appliances, fully loaded sheetrock. $42,900! Won't last at this price! Please call 601-572-5300 or 601-5735029. KEEP UP WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS AND SALES... SUBSCRIBE TO THE VICKSBURG POST TODAY! CALL 601-636-4545, ASK FOR CIRCULATION.
33. Commercial Property ✰✰FOR LEASE✰✰ Suite B-Apprx. 2450 sq. ft. Office or Retail! Great Location! Easy Access!
Brian Moore Realty Connie - Owner/ Agent
318-322-4000 DELUXE OFFICE SPACE- Wisconsin Avenue. 680 square feet- $450. 1100 square feet- $850. Call 601-634-6669.
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COMPLETELY FURNISHED. 1 Bedroom or studio apartment. All utilities paid. Includes cable, internet and laundry room. $750 $900 a month. 601-415-9027 or 601-638-4386. CORPORATE APARTMENT. 1 bedroom, fully furnished, all utilities paid- telephone, Internet, cable! Short or long term lease. 601-638-6386.
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Bradford Ridge Apartments
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801 Clay Street • Vicksburg George Mayer R/E Management
$700 MONTHLY STUDIO. $900 1 bedroom townhouse. Utilities/ Cable/ Laundry. Weekly cleaning. On-Site Manager. 601-661-9747.
Live in a Quality Built Apartment for LESS! All brick, concrete floors and double walls provide excellent soundproofing, security, and safety. 601-638-1102 • 601-415-3333
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Bienville Apartments The Park Residences at Bienville 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms and townhomes available immediately.
VICKSBURGS NEWEST, AND A WELL MAINTAINED FAVORITE. EACH WITH SPACIOUS FLOOR PLANS AND SOPHISTICATED AMENITIES. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
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34. Houses For Sale 100 REBEL DRIVE, Silver Creek Subdivision. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2375 sq ft, living/ dining and family rooms, eat-in kitchen, walk-in closets, deck, 2 car garage. $209,400. 601-631-0432.
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601-634-8928 2170 S. I-20 Frontage Rd. www.ColdwellBanker.com www.homesofvicksburg.net Rental including Corporate Apartments Available
Jones & Upchurch Real Estate Agency 1803 Clay Street www.jonesandupchurch.com Stacie Bowers-Griffin...601-218-9134 Jill Waring Upchurch....601-906-5012 Carla Watson...............601-415-4179 Judy Uzzle-Ashley....601-994-4663 Mary D. Barnes.........601-966-1665 Andrea Upchurch.......601-831-6490 Broker, GRI
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29. Unfurnished Apartments
34. Houses For Sale RARE VICKSBURG HOME WITH LAND! Beautiful brick home in Timberlane with 5.5 acres. 1500 square feet, new inside. $169,000. Bound to sell quickly! Call Owner 601-8316415 REDUCED--Warren Central area great 4 br, 2 ba home on approx 1 acre. Updated with ceramic in kitchen and baths, new carpet in bedrooms, new wood laminate in large den. Includes 12x20 wired workshop. For more information or appt. call 601-415-3022. Kay Odom..........601-638-2443 Kay Hobson.......601-638-8512 Jake Strait...........601-218-1258 Bob Gordon........601-831-0135 Tony Jordan........601-630-6461 Alex Monsour.....601-415-7274 Jay Hobson..........601-456-1318 Kai Mason...........601-218-5623
29. Unfurnished Apartments
MAGNOLIA MANOR APARTMENTS Elderly & Disabled 3515 Manor Drive Vicksburg, Ms. 601-636-3625 Equal Housing Opportunity
S HAMROCK A PA RT M E N T S SUPERIOR QUALITY, CUSTOM CABINETS, EXTRA LARGE MASTER BDRM, & WASHER / DRYER HOOKUPS. SAFE!! SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
601-661-0765 • 601-415-3333
34. Houses For Sale Big River Realty Rely on 20 years of experience in Real Estate.
DAVID A. BREWER 601-631-0065
35. Lots For Sale IRONWOOD: 2 VACANT lots. Owner will finance. Ward Real Estate 601-634-6898.
40. Cars & Trucks
After Christmas Sale-A-Thon!
Sybil Caraway....601-218-2869 Catherine Roy....601-831-5790 Mincer Minor.....601-529-0893 Jim Hobson.........601-415-0211
‘98 Malibu - $728 Down ‘01 Cavalier - $728 Down ‘03 Alero - $879 Down ‘00 Explorer - $879 Down
Gary’s Cars Hwy 61 S 601-882-9995 Garysefl.co
REAL ESTATE, INC
LAKEFRONT HOME Beautiful views. Lake Providence, LA. 4,463 square feet, 4 bedroom 3.5 bath. 1 acre lot. Appraised $220,000. Island Point Drive 225-229-7559.
Classifieds Really Work!
to Fine Restaurants, Shops, Churches, Banks & Casinos Classic Elegance Secure High-Rise Building • in Modern Surroundings Off Street Parking • New Year 601-630-2921 9 1/2 Foot Ceilings • • 1 Bedroom/ 1 Bath Move-In Beautiful River Views • 2 Bedrooms/ 2 Bath Special! Senior Discounts • Studios & Efficiencies
READ THE CLASSIFIEDS DAILY! DAILY!
Candy Francisco FHA & VA Mortgage Originator Conventional ! Construction Mortgage ! First-time Loans Homebuyers !
1911 Mission 66
Downtown Convenience •
501 Fairways Drive Vicksburg
28X52. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 baths on 1.25 acres in Vicksburg with porch and shed. Only $50,000. Please call 601-572-5300.
Utilities Paid • Voted #1 Apartments in the 2009 Reader’s Choice
34. Houses For Sale
No Utility Deposit Required 2 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACES . Great location. Utilities and janitorial included. $550/ $900 month. 601-638-4050.
601-636-0502 Classified Advertising really brings big results!
40. Cars & Trucks
USING YOUR TAX refund to buy a new car/ truck or SUV? Sell your old vehicle with a classified ad. Call 601-636-7355.
Call 601-636-SELL to sell your Car or Truck!
OK C ARS
Mon - Sat 8am-7pm
T AX S ALE 2970 Hwy 61 N. Vicksburg
Cars starting @ $1,000 CASH Down Payments from $1,500 SALE ENDS SOON!! No Credit Refused! 24-month 24,000 mile Warranty Available John • 601-636-3147 Ken • 610-618-7587 Rental Cars Available!!
Thursday, January 20, 2011
The Vicksburg Post
CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR W IT H
2011 CADILLAC SRX The Cadillac of Crossovers
After $1,000 Owner Loyalty Rebate!
2011 CADILLAC ESCALADE
$7,000 OFF STICKER PRICE! Includes $1,000 Owner Loyalty Bonus
• 8 UNITS IN INVENTORY • 2011 CADILLAC ESCALADE ESV
2011 CADILLAC ESCALADE
2011 CADILLAC ESCALADE EXT
2011 CADILLAC CTS
2011 CADILLAC DTS
2011 CADILLAC CTS COUPE See the
After Owner Loyalty Rebate-
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ALL NEW 2011 CTS COUPE
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Now In Stock!
CADILLACCoverPREMIUM CARE MAINTENANCE Routine Maintenance For 4 Years or 50,000 miles Oil Changes, Tire Rotations, Air Cleaner Filter Replacement, Passenger Compartment Air Filter Replacement and Free Multi-point Inspections On All 2011 Models.
2010 CADILLAC PROGRAM CARS 2010 Cadillac CTS Low Mileage #P9462
2010 Cadillac DTS
Low Mileage #P9618
2010 Cadillac DTS
2010 Cadillac SRX
Sunroof, Chrome Wheels, Loaded Original M.S.R.P. $54,000
Sunroof, All-Wheel Drive
Tim Moody Clyde McKinney An experienced sales staff to Kevin Watson Baxter Morris Mike Francisco meet all of your automotive needs. Preston Balthrop James “P’Nut” Henderson Salesman of the Kevin Watson Month of December Come to George Carr, Scott Mullen Herb Caldwell Ron Cocilova Bobby Bryan You’ll Be Glad You Did. For a complete listing of our used vehicles visit our website at www.georgecarr.com
GeorgeCarr BUICK • CADILLAC • GMC
www.georgecarr.com • 601-636-7777 • 1-800-669-3620 • 2950 S. Frontage Road • Vicksburg, MS *0% Financing available in lieu of factory rebates on some models. See dealer for details.
**MUST FINANCE WITH ALLY BANK.