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Four days after leaving an acute care hospital to continue recovering from a June 24 wreck while on duty, Warren County Deputy Sheriff David Lambert died Tuesday, July 20, 2010. He was 38. Lambert was pronounced dead at 4:05 p.m. at Promise Specialty Hospital, said

Warren County Coroner Doug Huskey. Lambert’s cause of death was unknown, but was David expected to be Lambert attributed to the wreck, Huskey said. An autopsy was ordered.

“He loved God, he loved his family and he was wholly dedicated to law enforcement,” said Annette Lambert, the deputy’s wife of 18 years. “He would pray before he went off in his patrol car every day and ask God to help him be the kind of police officer that would please him.” “The Warren County Sheriff’s Department family is

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Qualifying is now open and will remain open through Sept. 3 for a special election to fill an unexpired term for justice court in Warren County’s Central District. Signatures from 15 residents of the district are required as part of the paperwork to get on the ballot, Circuit Clerk Shelly AshleyPalmertree said. Funeral director James E. Jefferson Jr. was appointed to the post by county supervisors in October 2009 after former judge Richard Bradford resigned. Jefferson has said he will file for the position. The election will be on

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the Nov. 2 general election ballot headlined by the congressional race in Mississippi’s 2nd District between U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., and GOP challenger Bill Marcy, and for Vicksburg Warren School District trustee in districts 1 and 5. Qualifying periods in the school board race have not opened. Terms for justice court seats are decided during county- and state-level election cycles, which means this year’s winner must run again in 2011 and win to keep the job. In Mississippi, salaries for justice court depends on county populations. In See Court, Page A9.

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1861: The first Battle of Bull Run is fought at Manassas, Va., resulting in a Confederate victory. 1930: President Herbert Hoover signs an executive order establishing the Veterans Administration (later the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs). 1944: American forces land on Guam during World War II. 1961: Capt. Virgil “Gus” Grissom becomes the second American to rocket into a sub-orbital pattern around the Earth, flying aboard the Liberty Bell 7. 1980: Draft registration begins in the United States for 19- and 20-year-old men.

devastated by his loss,” Sheriff Martin Pace said this morning. “He was a very professional peace officer, and although he had only been with us for the past 6 months, this department and community will certainly miss him.” Pace said Lambert’s death came “quite unexpectedly.” “We had been very encour-

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Ricky Ceol and Seeley Cole lay carpet at River City Rescue Mission’s thrift store on Washington Street Tuesday as part of a $2,000 remodeling at the Washington Street facility. The work, funded by donations from the community, is keeping the store closed until Thursday while the walls and shelves are painted and the new carpet is installed. The mission continues to take donations through its back door.

Vicksburg’s largest bar and entertainment complex on Washington Street, vacant since November, might soon have a new purchaser and occupant, Vicksburg Main Street Program Chairman Harry Sharp said at a meeting Tuesday morning. “There is serious interest by a potential buyer in all of those properties,” said Sharp of the complex in the 1400 block that formerly operated as The Ware House. Neither Sharp nor main street program director Kim

Hopkins wanted to discuss specifics of the potential sale in the open meeting due to ongoing negotiations. Both said a new occupant would breathe new life into an area of downtown that was virtually shuttered after The Ware House closed. “It would definitely be a boost to downtown and that block if they bought it,” said Hopkins. “It would help everybody downtown.” Meanwhile, a new bar and a church have sprung up in recent weeks near the complex. The Pour House opened See Downtown, Page A9.

Execution planned tonight as inmate awaits appeals

Park noise to be monitored, measured

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JACKSON — Joseph Daniel Burns waited out his appeals today in a holding cell near the execution chamber at the state penitentiary at Parchman. Attorneys with the Office of Capital Post-Conviction Counsel asked the Mississippi Supreme Court on Monday to let them pursue another avenue of appeals through the trial court in Lee County. The attorney general’s office filed a brief Tuesday opposing Burns’ post-conviction petition, while the


Supreme Court has not yet ruled. The execution is set for 6 tonight at the penitentiary. Joseph Daniel The prison Burns was placed on lockdown Tuesday, the usual procedure before an upcoming execution. Burns was moved to a holding cell on Monday. Burns, now 42, was convicted in 1996 in the stabbing death of Tupelo motel manager Floyd Melvin McBride See Burns, Page A9.


A monthlong noise study will begin next week at the Vicksburg National Military Park. “We’re very interested in seeing what type of effect the various noises inside and outside the park have on our visitors when they’re listening to programs or just touring through the park,” said Virginia DuBowy, natural resources program manager for the federal preserve. Noise monitors outfitted with microphones to gauge decibel levels will be placed

in four areas of the park on Monday by National Park Service personnel from the Natural Sounds Program of Fort Collins, Colo. The monitors will capture sound levels for a month, after which Natural Sounds Program will analyze the findings and present park officials with a report. The monitors will be placed deep inside the park’s northernmost wooded area, as well as at the visitor center off Clay Street, the Cairo Museum and South Loop inside the 1,800-acre park. In conjunction with the monitoring project, Natu-




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ral Sounds Program team members will present a public program on preserving natural and cultural soundscapes in National Parks in the visitor center at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Admission is free. While DuBowy said the park does not get many complaints about noise from its visitors, officials may reconsider the location of some park programs and seasonal events based on the study’s findings. In the summertime, for example, speakers and programs conducted near the visitor See Park, Page A9.

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Arts Commission grants headed to west central Mississippi By Manivanh Chanprasith Amounts are relatively small, but area art and cultural organizations plan to translate state Mississippi Arts Commission grants into beneficial public programs. Vicksburg’s Southern Cultural Heritage Center and Port Gibson’s Mississippi Cultural Crossroads, both nonprofit organizations, were each awarded a $21,750 grant, the second installments of twoyear operating grants. The amounts were determined by progress reports submitted by each organization, SCHF Executive Director Annette Kirklin said. Kirklin said SCHF will use their funds for daily operations and for the more than 75 cultural and artistic pro-

grams and activities offered annually. “I don’t know what we would do without MAC,” she said. “We do a lot here. We have a wide range of programs that is growing as people’s interests are growing.” A large portion of the grant will be used to sponsor the River Kids free after-school art program, as well as certain fee-based concerts, workshops, lectures and exhibits, Kirklin said. SCHF’s operating budget is around $200,000 and revenues exceed that by a “little bit more.” “We pretty much break even,” Kirklin said. In addition to grants, revenues are collected from space rental fees, which brought in $55,000 in the last fiscal year, membership fees from over 600 members

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the car when she lost control and ended up off the road. James was treated and released from River Region Medical Center, a hospital spokesman said.

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Eight found guilty Eight convictions of driving under the influence were reported in Warren County for the week ending Tuesday. Found guilty of DUI first offense in Vicksburg Municipal Court: • Dawn Cornelious Bell, 35, 105 Allendale Drive, was fined $694.

• Jarrod Gerald Lee, 24, 1710 Bodley St., was fined $694. • James E. McDonald, 74, 4005 Warriors Trail, was fined $694.50. • Freddie David Smith, 53, 1404 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., was fined $694. • Dianna Thomas, 27, 1103 Jefferson St., No. 6, was fined $674. • James Dixon Yates, 64, 1816

Military Ave., was fined $674. Found guilty of DUI second offense: • Pierro Laon Mitchell, 47, 3509 Washington St., was fined $994. Found guilty of DUI first offense in Warren County Justice Court: • Donald M. Jackson, 39, 2604 Togo St., was fined $674.50.

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Senior Center — Thursday: 10 a.m., chair exercises and water color art class with Karen Sanders; 11, open use of computers; 1 p.m., canasta; 5:45, bridge class; 6, chess; 6:30, chess blitz tournament; 7, duplicate bridge. Serenity Overeaters Anonymous — 6-7 tonight, Bowmar Baptist Church, room 102C; for those wanting to stop binge eating; 601-638-0011. Vicksburg Al-Anon — 8 tonight; family, friends of alcoholics and addicts; 502 Dabney Ave.; 601-636-1134. 100% Narcotics Anonymous Recovery Group — 7 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays, noon Wednesdays; Nate G., 731-460-9546; 1220 Clay St. JSU Class of 2011 Information Expo —10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; Tangelia Kelly, 601979-1383, extension 5845; 1400 Lynch St. Payday Lending Services Forum — 11 a.m. Saturday, 1618 Main St.; American Legion, The Hut; free, sponsored by Vicksburg Branch NAACP and MS Center for Justice; refreshments; John Shorter, 601-2189264. Mixed Media Workshop — 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 21; Elke Briuer, instructor; 601-631-2997 for reservations and cost; Southern Cultural Heritage Center. Homebuyer Education Workshop — 8:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday; must attend all sessions to be eligible for a certificate; bring pocket calculator; to preregister, Keysha McDonald, 601-636-3413; Public Library, 700 Veto St.

Levi’s — A Gathering Place; 7-10 p.m. Saturday, music by Old Habits; donations appreciated.

CHURCHES Bingham Memorial M.B. — Revival, 7 tonight-Thursday; the Rev. Larry Jointer, guest evangelist; the Rev. James Archer, pastor; 1063 Meadow St. Oak Chapel M.B. — Revival, 7 tonight-Friday; the Revs. Leonard Walker, Jeffery McGee, Reginald Harris, Willie Jones, Gregory Mayfield; Dellie C. Robinson, pastor; 8140 Freetown Road. St. Mark Free Will Baptist — Vacation Bible school, 6-7:30 tonight-Friday; Carnival Day, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; 2606 Hannah St. Greater Grove Street M.B. — Vacation Bible school, 6-8 tonight-Friday; Fun Day, 10 a.m.1 p.m. Saturday; 2715 Alcorn Drive; Dr. Casey Fisher, pastor. Shiloh M.B. — Vacation Bible school canceled, today-Friday; 920 Meadow St. Mount Alban M.B. — Prayer for revival, 7 tonight-Friday; the Rev. Henry L. Taylor, pastor. First Methodist Protestant — Smoked chicken dinners, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday; tickets $7, in advance or at the door; chance to win gas grill; 601-218-3454; benefits prison ministry; 510 Porters Chapel Road. Mount Givens — Choir rehearsal, 6:30 p.m. Friday; 210 Kirkland Road. East Mount Olive M.B. — Back 2 School Event for school-age children, 3 p.m. Saturday, 6205 Red Lick Road

in Red Lick; 601-786-3873. House of Peace Worship — April Howard, sermon of licensure, 5 p.m. Saturday; 601218-2479; 2372 Grove St. Mount Olive M.B. — Warren County Sunday School Convention, 6 p.m. Saturday; choir night; 210 Villa Nova Road.

CLUBS Blue Icez — Parents’ meeting and youth dance tryouts; 5:30 tonight and Friday, Jackson Street Community Center; participants must wear T-shirt, shorts and tennis shoes and be enrolled in school; Paula or Scoletta Cox, 601-415-4057 or 601-529-1892. Vicksburg Homecoming Benevolent — 7 tonight, home of Willie Glasper, president. Port City Kiwanis — 7 a.m. Thursday; David McDonald, supervisor district 1, speaker; Shoney’s. Vicksburg Toastmasters Club 2052 — Noon Thursday; IT Lab, Porters Chapel Road; Jeff Hensley, 601-634-4596. Kuhn Memorial Former Employees — Reunion meeting, 6:30 p.m. Thursday; Jackson Street Community Center, 923 Walnut St.; Eva Farrish Ford, 601-638-3086, or Emma Harrell, 601-529-6001. Cooper, Temple Vicksburg High Gator Alumni Dance — 8 p.m. Friday; benefits the Vicksburg High football team; The Hut. Vicksburg Packers — 6-8 p.m. July 30; Noo Noo concert, jump castles, raffles; free school supplies; tickets $5; City Park Pavilion; 601-6305361 or 601-831-1548.

Grant winners Winners of the Mississippi Arts Council grants in west central Mississippi: • Southern Cultural Heritage Center, $21,750 for cultural and artistic programs. • Mississippi Cultural Crossroads in Port Gibson, $21,750, salaries and general operations. • America Guild of Organists; Vicksburg, $4,250 to support Continuo Online website and performance season. • Harriette Person Memorial Library, 606 Main St., Port support through grants. The grants, funded by the Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts, were part of

Gibson, $800; for Puppet Arts Theatre. • Port Gibson Main Street, $4,750 for 18th Annual Port Gibson Main Street Heritage Festival. • Theatre Plus Inc., 101 Idlewild Drive, Port Gibson, $7,947 for general operating support. • Tammy McGrew, Port Gibson, $2,000 for a Folk Arts apprenticeship. • Great Delta Bear Affair, Rolling Fork, $350, to present Doris Jones; $4,750, to support the Great Delta Bear Affair Festival 255 grants totaling over $1.64 million awarded for the next year.

Vicksburg woman jailed in arson that displaced families A Vicksburg woman was arrested at her home Tuesday and charged with arson in a fire that left three Grove Street families without homes. Zenobia Smith, 30, 1415 High St., is accused of setting fire to Apartment B at 2232 Grove St. on July 1, Vicksburg police Sgt. Sandra Williams said. Smith, who once lived at the address, had moved out of the home some time before the fire, Williams said. Residents of the four-unit building owned by Roy Miller of Springfield, Mo., had escaped from their homes before firefighters and police arrived, Williams said. No injuries were reported. Vicksburg Fire Inspector Leslie Decareaux said three families were displaced from the fire that left all four apartments uninhabitable, two heavily damaged and two with smoke damage. “Nighttime is the worst time to have a fire because everyone is asleep,” said Decareaux. Smith was released from the Warren County Jail on a $10,000 bond. The arson arrest was the second local one in two days. Johnny Ray Galey, 54, was charged Monday in the Saturday morning arson at his home at 9960 U.S. 61 South. Arrested by Warren County deputies, Galey remained in the Warren County Jail this morning on a $50,000 bond.

Third drug suspect arrested, released A Vicksburg man was released from the Warren County Jail on a $15,000 bond Tuesday, hours after being charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana, records show. Vicksburg police Sgt. Sandra Williams said Joseph Williams, 26, 1325 Jackson St., jumped from a vehicle in the 1900 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on Saturday night during a traffic stop in which two other men were arrested. Darrayle Allen, 17, 5708 Gibson Road, and Justin Williams, 25, also were charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana. Allen and Justin Williams had already been released from the Warren County Jail on a $2,500 bond each. Justin Williams and Joseph Williams are brothers, police said.

2nd woman nabbed in Lakeside theft A second Vicksburg woman has been arrested in a June theft from a home in the 1600 block of Lakeside Drive. Katina Lynn Baldridge, 32, 2604 Yerger St., was arrested at a motel on North Front-


from staff reports age Road on Friday and charged with entering the home and taking a wedding band, Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said. Barbara Muirhead, 34, 160 Ironwood Drive, who had been hired for yard work at the house, was arrested a week ago in the same theft. Muirhead was arrested at her home after being accused of pawning a ring reported stolen from the Lakeside home. The theft was reported June 17. Muirhead remained in the Warren County Jail on a $2,500 bond this morning, and Baldridge was released Tuesday on a $5,000 bond, Pace said.

Magee man jailed in November theft A Magee man was in the Warren County Jail today charged with a grand larceny that occurred eight months ago. Carl J. Britt, 35, 616 Seventh St., is accused of taking DVDs, an Xbox game console, an electric heater, $80, two purses, two comforters and two rifles from a home in the 100 block of Falk Steel Road on Nov. 14, Vicksburg police Sgt. Sandra Williams said. At about 9 a.m. Tuesday, Britt was arrested at the Hinds County Jail, where he had been held on unrelated charges, and brought to Vicksburg police headquarters, Williams said. He was being held without bond pending an initial appearance in court.

City thefts reported on Redbone, National A computer and a weapon were missing in two burglaries reported in Vicksburg, police Sgt. Sandra Williams said. A Hewlett-Packard laptop computer valued at $1,000 and DSL modem were reported stolen from a home in the 500 block of Redbone Road at 6:42 p.m. A 9mm Beretta handgun was reported stolen from a 2005 Chevrolet CTA in the 900 block of National Street at 2:41 p.m.

correction Two members of the Warren County Port Commission are appointed by supervisors, two by the City of Vicksburg and one by the governor. A Tuesday story incorrectly reported how commissioners are chosen. •

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Relief tunnel set to reach well in days Spill could be stopped for good in two weeks

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On B6 U.S. should nationalize oil, filmmaker says to go by early September. But BP spokeswoman Sheila Williams said, “Tony is leading the company in a strong and robust way and has the support of the board.” Shares of British-based BP PLC, which have lost about 40 percent since the disaster began in April, were up more than 3 percent Wednesday on the London Stock Exchange after the company announced a $7 billion asset sale to Houston-based Apache Corp. to help pay for the catastrophe. Just weeks after promising

Cleanup crew largest fleet since Normandy invasion FOURCHON BEACH, La. — The 5,600 vessels taking part in the oil spill operation on the Gulf of Mexico make up the largest fleet assembled since the Allied invasion of Normandy, according to the Coast Guard. Hordes of helicopters, bulldozers, Army trucks, ATVs, barges, dredges, airboats, workboats, cleanup crews, media, scientists and volunteers have descended on the beaches, blue waters and golden marshes of the Gulf Coast. That’s a lot of propellers, anchors, tires and feet for a fragile ecosystem to take, and a tough truth is emerging: In many places, the oil cleanup itself is causing environmental damage. Part of that is inevitable — the oil has to get cleaned up somehow, and BP and the government will be subject to second-guessing no matter what. “Absolutely nothing you do to respond to an oil spill is without impacts of its own,” said Lisa Jackson, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Since the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded April 20, killing 11, and oil began gushing

into the Gulf, federal, state and BP officials say they have been picking the less damaging method. Still, environmentalists and veterans of other spills say the torrent of untested cleanup methods rushed into practice by panicked officials and unqualified experts is wreaking havoc and, at least in spots, may be unnecessary. “The more you disperse (with chemicals), the more you bring in these big machines, the more you bring in inexperienced people and the more sand berms you build, the less chance you have of letting Mother Nature and skimmers and booms do the job,” said Mike Brewer of Buras, La., who ran an oil spill response company and is working on the BP cleanup. For starters, the EPA allowed BP PLC to spray a chemical dispersant, a product called Corexit, to break up oil right as it came out of BP’s broken well nearly a mile below the surface. The idea is to save shorelines from being clobbered with vast waves of crude. In practice, the use of dispersants that had never been tested that far beneath the surface has made the oil much more difficult to track than it would have been in a single, massive slick.


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to raise $10 billion by selling pieces of its business, BP said Tuesday that Apache will buy properties in the U.S., Canada and Egypt. BP says it has spent nearly $4 billion on the spill so far and is on the hook for a $20 billion fund for damaged Gulf residents and businesses. On the Gulf, BP vice president Kent Wells said crews hope to drill sideways into the blown-out well and intercept it at the end of July. The relief well is necessary to plug the well permanently. After it’s done, crews will begin the kill procedure, pumping mud and cement into the hole a mile underwater to seal it, which BP said could take anywhere from five days to a couple of weeks. “Everything’s looking good,”

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Three months into the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the federal government’s spill chief says a relief tunnel should finally reach BP’s broken well by the weekend, meaning the gusher could be snuffed for good within two weeks. After several days of concern about the well’s stability and the leaky cap keeping the oil mostly bottled up, retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said Tuesday that engineers concluded the risk of a bigger blowout was minimal and were getting closer to pumping mud into the column to permanently seal it. “We continue to be pleased with the progress,” Allen said in Washington, giving the goahead to keep the well cap shut for at least 24 more hours and possibly longer. Meanwhile, a published report said BP’s beleaguered CEO, Tony Hayward, planned to step down after a series of PR blunders, including yacht racing during the spill and saying he wanted his life back. The Times newspaper in London, quoting company sources it did not identify, said today that Hayward was likely

Well said. “The relief well is exactly where we want it. It’s pointed in the right direction, and so we’re feeling good about that.” Engineers are also considering shooting drilling mud down through the cap to increase the chances that the attempt to kill the well succeeds. News that a solution is near cheered Jeff Hunt who scans the waves daily for telltale tar balls in Pensacola Beach, Fla. “It makes me very happy, after nearly three months, that they finally have gotten to a pinnacle point of closing it,” said the co-owner of a hair salon. “We need to plug the thing.” BP wants to leave the cap on in the meantime. At one point, Allen wanted instead to relieve the pressure by opening up the cap and siphoning oil up to ships on the surface, but he has relented in the past few days. Opening the cap would have required allowing millions of gallons oil to gush into the sea again for a few days while the plumbing was hooked up. Seepage detected from the seafloor briefly raised fears that the well was in danger, but Allen said that another well is to blame.


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JACK VIX SAYS: Our condolences to the Lambert family.

OLD POST FILES 120 YEARS AGO: 1890 The residence of Mrs. H.F. Cook is the scene of a delightful family reunion of Mrs. Gibbs and Mrs. Flowers.

110 YEARS AGO: 1900 The body of young Arthur Banks, who drowned at the lower landing, is recovered.

100 YEARS AGO: 1910 The big sea-going tug “Morganza” runs down the little ferry “DeSoto,” which sinks.

90 YEARS AGO: 1920 Mrs. E.A. Fitzgerald and children are spending the week at Cooper’s Well.

80 YEARS AGO: 1930 Vicksburg wins first place, Culkin community second and the Oak Ridge community third in Warren County’s Better Homes contest. • Mr. and Mrs. Francis Leyens return from a visit to New York City and to Canada.

70 YEARS AGO: 1940 Victor Angelo of Edwards undergoes treatment at the Sanitarium after being hit in the eye while playing baseball. • William R. Ferris, Warren County farmer, appears on the Farm and Home weekly program at Mississippi State College.

60 YEARS AGO: 1950 The Warren County Choir is invited to sing before the National Women’s Home Demonstration Council program in Biloxi.

50 YEARS AGO: 1960 Mrs. John Holliday undergoes surgery at Mercy Hospital. • Mrs. Bell McCleave dies. • Jack Lemmon stars in “The Apartment” at the Strand Theatre.

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Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Barfield celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. • Wade C. Powell dies. • Robert Culp stars in “Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice” at Showtown USA.


30 YEARS AGO: 1980 Funeral services are held for C.L. Feibelman. • Vicksburg musicians Robert Garner and Karen Preston join to form a folk duo, “Reunion,” and will perform at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Ark. • Sister Mary E. Loyacono, RSM, president of Mercy Regional Medical Center, attends the convention of the American Hospital Association in Montreal, Canada.

Moratorium gives appearance of response With a cap in place and holding, tentatively, as the sea “digests” a gusher of crude, we have this request: Please, Mr. President, don’t take drastic measures to save us from oil wells. Valuable human endeavors usually pose a slight risk of substantial harm. If absolute safety is the noblest cause, humans should close themselves in padded rooms and breathe filtered air. Examples of worthwhile endeavors that pose slight risks of harm abound: A bus full of California high school students plunged off a cliff in 1976, killing 28. A bus poses the slight risk of substantial harm. We have never endured a presidential bus ban. A psychotic shot 32 students at Virginia Tech in 2007. Attending college poses a slight risk of substantial harm. We have never endured a presidential ban on going to college. About 41,000 are killed each

year in the United States in car crashes. A person in a car is only 0.004 percent safer than someone in a coal mine, based on federal mortality data. Driving poses a relatively high risk of substantial harm and exacts an environmental toll that dwarfs the world’s worst human-caused environmental disasters. We have never endured a presidential moratorium on driving. Yet we will endure a presidential moratorium on deep-water drilling come hell or high water, thanks in part to the desire to appear to be doing something by a political president and Ken Salazar, his political secretary of the Interior. President Barack Obama wants a ban through November because deep-water drilling poses a slight risk of harm. Two federal judges have said no, but Obama won’t back off. The White House intends to end-run the courts. If the White House is success-

ful, we’ll enjoy some protection from the infinitesimal probability of another oil disaster this year. The loophole will absolutely, beyond question exact hardship on Americans. It may cause fuel prices to reach unprecedented levels, inflating the costs of goods. The Houston Chronicle estimates the ban will cost tens of thousands of jobs in the Gulf Coast region alone. That would ripple through a national economy that’s flirting with a second big-dip recession and burdened by an ominous national debt. This “just keep us safe” mentality partly explains why we remain dependent on oil. As France turned to nuclear reactors to get free from big oil, we avoided the slight risk of harm posed by reactors. There is no shame, only honor, in rethinking an idea. Let’s avoid a moratorium that turns a slight risk of harm into a certainty of harm.

20 YEARS AGO: 1990 Cy’s Grocery & Variety Store closes after 33 years in business. • Mary Ann Stokes shows off a 17.22 pound cantaloupe that she grew in her garden. • Mr. and Mrs. Randy Lee Lewis announce the birth of a daughter, Whitney Michelle.

10 YEARS AGO: 2000 A sport safety training course is offered by the Vicksburg Red Cross. • A poem by William Patrick Bender II of Vicksburg is certified as a semifinalist in the North American Open Poetry Contest. • Leo Koestler III develops and markets a laser pendulum bow sight.

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Perhaps the more accurate word is ‘prejudiced’ WASHINGTON — Can we talk? About race? Your blood pressure is already rising? It need not. This isn’t a rambling diatribe or a harsh polemic filled with invective about tea partiers, Jim Crow and reparations. Instead, it’s a plea for honest and thoughtful conversation about the ways in which long-held beliefs and biases, prejudices and predispositions pool in the back of our brains to form a feedback loop, a quick and unconscious Google that spits out judgments about people like us, different from us, unfamiliar to us. Barack Obama’s ascension to the Oval Office proves that we’re a nation increasingly comfortable with our diversity. But even as we assimilate newcomers, we struggle with old habits of mind, harmful stereotypes and moldy misconceptions. This column won’t address the remnants of malevolent racism that linger at the margins of American society — whether expressed by a tea partier carrying a Photoshopped sign of President Obama as a witch doctor or a New Black Panther yelling about killing white people. Those remnants are too few and too feeble



What else but implicit biases would explain the lingering employment gap between college-educated blacks and whites?

to merit serious attention. The more challenging problem for a diverse society is harder to see, to pinpoint, to quantify, to tease out — the problem of perceptions around race, deeply held notions that still tend to hamper people of color. “Racism” is, I think, too harsh a descriptive for those judgments that linger in our lizard brains. The proper word is “prejudice” because of its precise denotation — to prejudge. President Obama was describing prejudices when he spoke of his grandmother in a brilliant speech about race in March 2008. Though she loved him dearly, she still harbored unflattering stereotypes about other young black men.

Obama described her as “a woman who helped raise me, a woman who sacrificed again and again for me, a woman who loves me as much as she loves anything in this world, but a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who passed by her on the street, and who on more than one occasion has uttered racial or ethnic stereotypes that made me cringe.” Those who later declared that Obama had described his grandmother as a “racist” were wholly and completely wrong. He described the late Madelyn Dunham as fully human, a case study in the warped and woeful complexities surrounding race, color and caste in America. She could love her biracial grandson fully and completely, while still keeping

“implicit biases,” as researchers call them, lodged in her subconscious. Dunham was hardly unusual in that. Schoolteachers, doctors and bankers, among others, also have hidden biases — which helps explain why children of color end up in detention more often, why black men get less attention at the doctor’s office, and why black and Latino homebuyers often ended up with subprime mortgages even when they had good credit ratings. What else but implicit biases would explain the lingering employment gap between college-educated blacks and whites? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, black men with college degrees had an unemployment rate nearly twice as high as white men with college degrees in 2009. A study published a few years ago — “Are Emily and Greg More Employable than Lakisha and Jamal?” — showed that black job candidates were more likely to be rejected even if they had resumes identical to white candidates. Given the paucity of black managers in positions of authority, black job applicants are left to appeal to white managers who probably believe they see only skills, not skin. Are those

white managers bigots? I don’t think so. But they are allowing stereotypes to seep into their considerations. As a Southerner who grew up in an era when black adults were not given the courtesy of titles and black children were bused past white schools, I learned to distinguish between wellmeaning whites who don’t know their own biases and malevolent whites who are proud of their bigotry. I’ve had white hometown acquaintances who’d be pleased to have me as a dinner guest but who’d be far less pleased if the new president hired at the local community college were black. Are they racists? I certainly don’t think so. But I do think they’re unaccustomed to seeing black men and women in such positions of authority, and a changing America makes them uncomfortable. Can we talk about this honestly? No diatribes or denunciations, please. Just thoughtful and candid discussion. •

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Incumbent Miss. congressmen lead challengers in cash race By Emily Wagster-Pettus The Associated Press JACKSON — Mississippi’s congressional incumbents have far more money than their challengers to spend on campaigns as candidates head into the final months before the Nov. 2 election. The latest finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission show that in the state’s most competitive race in the northern 1st District, Democratic Rep. Travis Childers had $903,469 cash on hand and $100,000 of debt through June 30. Repub-

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Monday night to take questions from constituents. Organizers said more than 20,000 people listened. Childers said he voted against a massive health care overhaul bill because he thought it was too expensive. He said he voted against a “cap and trade” bill that would cap greenhouse gases and allow industries to buy emissions allowances because he worried it would hurt farmers. He said he voted for an extension of unemployment payments because he believes people are struggling in the weak economy.

Nunnelee said Childers was wrong to wait until a few days before the health overhaul vote to announce opposition to the bill, which President Barack Obama signed into law. Nunnelee also said Childers should work to repeal the law. Nunnelee said he opposes cap-and-trade and Childers should’ve done more to try to block it. Nunnelee said he doesn’t know enough about the details of the unemployment benefits extension to say whether he supports or opposes it.

MSU begins demolition of former dorm AG: No basis to halt Choctaw casino STARKVILLE, Miss. — A wrecking crew on Wednesday will start demolishing a former dormitory at Mississippi State University. Suttle Hall was built in 1967 and closed after the 2006-2007 school year. The nine-story building at one time housed 599 students a year on the Starkville campus. It was named for N.D. Suttle, former professor of agronomy and head of the State Seed Testing Laboratory.

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Clifton Strong resigned Tuesday. Acting Hinds County Administrator Ray Bryant said Toni Flanagan, the executive assistant at the detention center, began Tuesday overseeing day-to-day operations. Supervisor Peggy Hobson Calhoun would not say why Strong resigned but said she knows it does not have anything to do with breaking the law.

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smart money Q: My mother is 80 years old and is about to inherit $400,000 from her sister’s estate. She doesn’t want or need the money. She would like to split it between my bruce brother and me. I am concerned because of the gift limit, although I read in your column something about an exclusion she can use. What paperwork would she need to file? Is there any way we can do this without problems? All of the paperwork and taxes have been paid and filed by her sister’s estate. Could my mother open a joint account and have my brother and me as the primary owner and put half of the money in each? Or can she just give us the money? My brother and I are willing to pay the taxes on the interest and dividends. If we can’t transfer the money, we will have to pay taxes again



when our mother dies. The three of us think this is stupid because we will be paying taxes on the same money twice. — Don, via e-mail A: You can do a number of things to reduce or eliminate any taxes involved, depending upon your mother’s worth (aside from the $400,000 you mentioned). The most she can give you without any tax impact at this time would be $11,000. You mentioned the taxes have already been paid. That would depend on some measure on the size of the estate. If the $400,000 is all of the sister’s estate, there will be no federal income tax at this time. Inheritance taxes are very unclear. Congress is expected to do something about this type of tax, but it may also end up doing nothing. Your best bet is to sit down with a knowledgeable estate planner and ask for his or her best assessment, given the uncertainty of the inheritance tax, in how to protect everyone’s interest involved. •

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WASHINGTON (AP) — With a GOP filibuster safely broken, the Senate is poised to pass legislation restoring jobless benefits for millions of people unable to find work in the frail economic recovery. Today’s vote is a formality after the Democratic-controlled Senate voted 60-40 Tuesday to move ahead on the bill. The measure would then go to the House for one final vote and on to President Barack Obama this week. At issue are payments averaging $309 a week for almost 5 million people whose 26 weeks of state benefits have run out. Those people are enrolled in a federally financed program providing up to 73 additional weeks of unemployment benefits. About half of those currently eligible have seen their benefits cut off since funding expired June 2. The jobless benefits are a lifeline to millions of people struggling to find work in what has so far been a largely jobless recovery. “I can’t tell you how relieved we will be when Congress passes this. We have in Penn-

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Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky speaks with reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill. sylvania about 200,000 people who have lost their unemployment compensation coverage because of their inaction,” said Pennsylvania Secretary of Labor and Industry Sandi Vito. “Folks need this money for their mortgages, for food,

and so our goal is to get them their payments as quickly as possible.” The filibuster-breaking vote came moments after Democrat Carte Goodwin was sworn in to succeed West Virginia Democrat Robert Byrd, who

died last month at 92. Goodwin was the crucial 60th senator needed to defeat the Republican filibuster. The Senate gallery was packed with Goodwin supporters, who broke into applause as he cast his “aye” vote.

President poised to sign financial overhaul WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama aimed to usher in a new era of consumer protections and banking restrictions today, checking off another legislative victory just before election-year politics overtakes the rest of his major agenda. The president was expected to sign a sweeping overhaul of financial regulations, a signature achievement that comes nearly two years after Wall Street’s failures knocked the economy into the worst recession since the Great Depression. The White House was planning a major signing ceremony featuring a long list of supporters of the legislation, including former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker and Robert Diamond,

‘These reforms represent the strongest consumer financial protections in history.’

released by the White House in advance of his remarks. “And these protections will be enforced by a new consumer President Barack watchdog with Obama just one job: looking out for people — not big banks, not lenders, president of Barclay’s PLC. Obama is going out of his not investment houses in the way to spotlight the legisla- financial system.” The law also assembles a tion’s creation of a consumer protection bureau, an effort to powerful council of regulators make an otherwise arcane and to be on the lookout for risks complex regulatory bill mean- across the finance system. It places shadow finaningful to the public and to fend off Republican criticism that cial markets that previously it amounts to an expansion of escaped the oversight of regulators under new scrutiny government. “These reforms represent and gives the government new the strongest consumer finan- powers to break up companies cial protections in history,” that threaten the economy. Large, failing financial instithe president says in excerpts

Tishomingo furniture maker closes, leaves 35 out of work IUKA, Miss. — An upholstered furniture manufacturer in north Mississippi has gone out of business, putting 35 people out of work. Meridian Furniture Manufacturing occupied a 120,000-square-foot building in Iuka owned by Tishomingo County. Gary Matthews, director of the Tishomingo County Development Foundation, said the company was unable to secure operating capital. The departure leaves two furniture manufacturers in the county that employ 190.

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tutions would be liquidated and the costs assessed on their surviving peers. Borrowers will be protected from hidden fees and abusive terms, but also will have to provide evidence that they can repay their loans. The Federal Reserve will get new powers while at the same time coming under expanded congressional oversight. In an ironic touch, Obama will sign the bill in the massive Ronald Reagan Building, named after a president who championed deregulation. Joining him will be scores of consumer advocates, state and local government officials, business owners and executives, and members of Congress who supported the measure.


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Palin still a star in small Alaska town JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Anyone who doubts Sarah Palin’s celebrity need only talk to Lyn Carden. As head of Wasilla, Alaska’s chamber of commerce, Carden tends to be the frontline for tourists wanting to see Palin, perhaps even grab a cup of coffee at her house. And she’s heard it all. When Palin makes news, or carries a snazzy purse women want to buy, Carden invariably gets a call, or flurry of calls. Some callers have left credit card information, hoping to get that purse. Others send fan mail, or money for Palin’s political action committee. There are those, too, that just stop in, off a train and hoping for directions to her house — which they do not get — or eager to learn as much as they can about Wasilla’s most famous resident. Many snap a photo of themselves with Palin’s cardboard cutout. “Of course, every single question is about her and where she is and where she gets her hair done and what she eats and what she’s doing,” Carden said. A year after Palin’s abrupt resignation as governor, interest in her and the small Alaska town she put on the map hasn’t gone away. While it’s not at the fever pitch it reached during Palin’s run for vice president, there remains a steady stream of pilgrims. At least one tour company builds old Palin haunts into a trip that includes a musk ox farm visit. Some in Wasilla don’t see what the big deal is. To them, Palin’s just a local-girl-madegood, a former mayor and current resident who hits her favorite running trails when she’s in town and runs her own errands, seen at the Fred

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Oakland officials OK large pot farms SAN FRANCISCO — Oakland has moved closer to becoming the first city in the nation to authorize wholesale pot cultivation. The Oakland City Council voted 5-2 with one abstention late Tuesday in favor of a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed. The vote came after more than two hours of public comment, with speakers divided between those who opposed the measure — largely on the grounds that it would put small medical marijuana growers out of business — and those who said it would generate millions of dollars for Oakland.

Flight diverted after turbulance injures 30 DENVER — A United Airlines jetliner hit severe turbulence while flying over

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Lyn Carden, right, executive director of the Greater Wasilla Chamber of Commerce, stands behind a cutout of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Meyer, gas station or library, dressed down, without immaculate hair and makeup. But she’s also one of the most popular, and polarizing, political figures in America — revered by supporters as a God-fearing Everywoman, who fights for what she believes in, and derided by critics as a political lightweight and quitter. “There’s no gray area,” Carden said. There’s also no denying the fascination with her. John Coale, who’s no stranger to celebrity — he’s married to Fox News’ Greta


Van Sustern and considers the Clintons friends — recalls a scene in Boston earlier this year when he took Palin and her husband, Todd, to a pastry shop. Within “seconds,” he said, people started asking for photos, and seemingly out of nowhere, a crowd of almost 100 amassed outside. It took about 45 minutes to get through, he said, with Palin stopping for autographs and photos, never complaining or acting a diva. “It was like being with a Beatle,” said Coale, who set up Palin’s political action committee.

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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas, injuring 30 and jolting one woman out of her seat so forcefully that she left a crack when she hit the side of the cabin, authorities said. The Tuesday flight was the airline’s third this year during which passengers were hurt in turbulence. The flight originated at Dulles airport near Washington, D.C., and was headed to Los Angeles. It was diverted to Denver, where it landed safely around 7:45 p.m.

Autopsy scheduled on unidentified body MORENO VALLEY, Calif. —An autopsy was scheduled for later today on an unidentified body found several miles from where a 17-yearold Southern California girl disappeared on her way home last week.

Riverside County sheriff’s Deputy Melissa Nieburger said investigators were proceeding cautiously and wouldn’t be able to positively identify the remains for possibly several days. A resident reported finding human remains Tuesday near an empty stretch of road.

Group presents ideas to protect dolphins HONOLULU — Fishermen who use longlines to catch ahi, mahimahi and other fish off Hawaii should use a different kind of hook so they don’t accidentally severely injure or kill a rare dolphin species, a federal advisory group said. Longline fleet captains should undergo training on how to release any mistakenly caught false killer whales in a way that minimizes harm, the group said.

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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Lambert Continued from Page A1. aged by his improvement over the past few days,” said the sheriff, who had visited Lambert on Sunday and Monday. “We were all encouraged that he was well on his way to recovery.” Lambert was injured in the wreck on U.S. 61 North near Oak Ridge Road, which occurred around 3:45 a.m. Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol Staff Sgt. Dennis Weaver, who responded, said he believed Lambert was northbound responding to a call. His death follows by 14 months the on-duty death of another Warren County deputy, Tom Wilson, who was on his way to assist an ambulance call May 17, 2009, on U.S.61 South when his cruiser

hydroplaned and flipped. Wilson, 39, was pronounced dead at the scene. Pace said the losses have been hard on the department, which considers itself a family. “It’s like losing a second family member in a little over a year,” he said. Deputies placed mourning bands on their badges today. Lambert had been in law enforcement since 1995 and joined the sheriff’s department here in January. Annette Lambert said her husband loved working in Warren County. “He said it was the best opportunity the Lord had ever presented to him,” she said. “He was so proud and honored to work with all of them.” He had been an officer with the Ross Barnett Reservoir Patrol, a state law enforcement agency, from 2008 to December 2009. He was a security supervisor at River



scene showed that as Lambert passed the Oak Ridge Road intersection, he swerved to the left, hit the median and corrected before the cruiser, a Ford Crown Victoria, rolled and then came to rest on the east shoulder. Weaver said two sets of tire marks were found, indicating that another car might have been involved. “It looks like he was avoiding something coming from his right at the intersection,” Weaver said at the time. “Normally, you don’t see acceleration marks like that at an intersection. People don’t usually squeal their tires at a green light.” No further information has been released about the wreck, and a spokesman with MHSP was not available today. Wrecks at the T-intersection are not uncommon.

A student, Savanah Mignon Belgard, 19, of Florence, was killed there on May 31, 2006. The portion of Oak Ridge that joins the highway was formerly known as Bowie Road. Lambert and his wife were natives of Opelika, Ala. Along with his wife, he leaves three stepchildren, Susanne Coleman and Cynthia Nichols of Opelika, and Michael Farmer of Brandon; his parents, Roger and Delaine Easterling of Opelika; three brothers, Michael Lambert and Roger Easterling Jr. of Opelika and Ronnie Lambert of Nashville; and seven step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his sister, Rhonda Coleman. Funeral arrangements were incomplete but expected to be handled by Jackson’s Wright and Ferguson Funeral Home.

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Continued from Page A1. Warren County, the position pays $40,075 annually. They hear small claims cases up to $3,500, misdemeanor criminal cases and any traffic offenses that occur outside municipalities. Justice court judges also conduct bond hearings and preliminary hearings in felony criminal cases and may issue search

Oaks Medical Center in Brandon from 2006 to 2008, and was an officer with University Medical Center police from 1995 to 2006, Pace said. Annette Lambert is a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at River Region Medical Center after having previously worked at University Medical Center in Jackson. They moved to Vicksburg in August, she said. Lambert was initially listed in critical condition and was treated in the Intensive Care Unit at UMC after being airlifted there from RRMC shortly after the wreck. Saturday, he was transferred to the Vicksburg facility, which specializes in longer-term care. Lambert had sustained head injuries, a broken shoulder, pelvic bone and ribs and crushed hip. The investigation at the


warrants. Justice court judges don’t have to possess law degrees, but do complete state training programs. Warren County is divided into thirds for the justice court seats. Eddie Woods has held the Northern District spot since 2003. Jeff Crevitt was elected from the Southern District last year.


center are sometimes muffled by the sounds of idling busses in the parking lot. “We may have to modify the way we do some things. Maybe our policies will change as far as what you have to do in the parking lot,” she said. “But I really don’t know at this point. We’ll have to see what the report finds.” DuBowy said park officials requested the study from

NPS last year. It will also include analysis of sounds created by cannon and arms firings as part of park interpretive programs, construction in the park, nearby train whistles, Yazoo Diversion Canal traffic and Interstate 20 traffic. “Also, we’re looking at any effects a possible expansion of I-20 would have,” said DuBowy. The sounds created inside

and outside the park are not suspected to have any effect on the integrity of the nearly 1,400 tablets, markets and monuments placed throughout the park and city, DuBowy said. The VNMP is the city’s No. 1 visitor attraction, drawing in about 700,000 tourists from around the world in recent years. Its tour roads track Union and Confederate siege lines from 1863.

June. Minister Ahmetahee Ben Israel said renovation of the property is ongoing, but weekly worship services, Bible studies and sabbath school sessions are in full swing. Israel said he would not object to a bar reopening nearby in the former Ware House complex. “If one opened right next door, that wouldn’t bother me so long as they did not disrupt what I was doing,” he said. Israel lives in Braxton, where the House of Israel Culture Center is headquartered, and travels to Vicksburg for services and meetings. The Ware House complex represented one of the most

significant private investments downtown in the past decade. Owner Robert Ware sank millions of dollars into renovating the complex, which included a 13-room luxury hotel, sports bar, pool hall and lounge. A piano and wine bar was in the works at the time of the closure. Ware had the four properties in the complex listed for sale for as much as $5 million, but had reduced the asking price to $3.5 million when the doors finally closed. Ware, an Alabama native and California resident before coming to Vicksburg in 2005, left town shortly after the closure — apparently with some mementos of his stay.

“Robert removed carpeting, sinks, some toilets, and just out of meanness, random numbers off some of the rooms,” Sharp said. “All of that was supposed to stay.” The properties are listed collectively by Varner Real Estate for $1.25 million, said owner and Realtor Jim Hobson, who confirmed a potential purchaser. “It’s a great opportunity for someone down there, and I think it would be a real boon to the downtown area,” Hobson said. Deeds to The Ware House properties and three nearby commercial locations Ware also formerly owned in downtown Vicksburg were purchased for $1 million by

Britton & Koontz Bank in a foreclosure sale in January. Not far from downtown in Marcus Bottom, another fullservice restaurant serving beer also recently opened near the intersection of Halls Ferry Road and Bowmar Avenue, just around the corner from where Bowmar Bar and Grill opened in January. While the city has routinely denied nightclub applications since tougher restrictions were put into place in 2007, full-service restaurants are allowed to have beer or light wine sales that are “incidental” to food sales. The floor space of the businesses must be split so that 60 percent is for food service.

Burns Continued from Page A1. two years earlier. The execution would be the third this year in Mississippi. Burns’ attorneys also planned to file a clemency request with the governor’s office, seeking a delay so Burns can get a mental evaluation. The Mississippi Supreme Court denied the

request last week. Assistant Attorney General Pat McNamara filed a response with the Supreme Court on Tuesday that said Burns had already failed in one attempted post-conviction petition and one is all he should get. In 2004, the Supreme Court

dismissed Burns’ request for a new trial on grounds that his attorney should have done a better job. Glenn S. Swartzfager, with the Office of Capital PostConviction Counsel, contends Burns did not make a “knowing and intelligent waiver” of his constitutional

right to present mitigating evidence at sentencing. That’s the argument Swartzfager said they want to make in a post-conviction relief petition in the trial court. Defendants offer mitigating evidence in hopes of convincing a jury to impose a sen-

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.

Eddie Coleman Jr. MEMPHIS — Eddie Coleman Jr. died Thursday, July 15, 2010, at his home. He was 51. Mr. Coleman was a former resident of Rolling Fork. Mitchell L. Walker Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Wayne Davis HATTIESBURG — Wayne Davis died Wednesday, July 14, 2010, in Hattiesburg. He was 26. Mr. Davis was a former resident of Cary. Mitchell L. Walker Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Hallie Armilda Walker Dunaway WELLSVILLE, Kan. — Hallie Armilda Walker Dunaway died Monday, July 19, 2010, at her home in Wellsville, Kan. She was 82. Mrs. Dunaway was born in Gulfport to Henry A. and





We are looking for mostly dry weather this week combined with lots of heat.

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 Partly cloudy; chance of showers and thunderstorms Saturday; highs in the upper 90s, lows in the mid-70s

STATE FORECAST TONIGHT Partly cloudy; lows in the lower 70s thursDAY-saturday Partly cloudy; chance of showers and thunderstorms Saturday; highs in the upper 90s, lows in the lower 70s


Continued from Page A1. at 614 Clay St. near the Washington Street intersection, in the space formerly occupied by the Blue Room II. Its business license specifies it as a nightclub, which is not permitted according to city ordinances. However, Paul Wright in the zoning department said the nightclub license was granted because The Pour House opened within 60 days of the Blue Room II’s closing, as is permitted by ordinance. The Pour House also is pursuing a resort status designation by the state, which would allow it to serve alcohol 24 hours a day. The House of Israel Culture Center opened its doors at 1500 Washington St. in early


Virgie Williams Walker. She was a member of Wellsville Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday school and participated in Vacation Bible School activities. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Virginia Wallace and Mary Walker. She is survived by her husband, Robert W. Dunaway, whom she married in Vicksburg; two daughters, Emma Shows of Helena, Ala., and Eva L. Kolosiek of Wellman, Iowa; two sons, Brian Dunaway of Wellsville and Troy Dunaway of Charlottesville, Va.; a sister, Ann Guerard of South Carolina; a brother, Henry Walker II of Arkansas; 13 grandchildren; 12 greatgrandchildren; and other relatives. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Visitation will be at the church from 1 p.m. Thursday until the service. Memorials may be made to the Wellsville Baptist Church, c/o Wilson’s Funeral Home, P.O. Box 486, Wellsville, KS 66092.

Minnette Olivia Hall Taylor Wade Services for Minnette Olivia Hall Taylor Wade

will be at noon Thursday at Locust Grove M.B. Church, Old Mississippi 27, with the Rev. Robert L. Miller Sr. officiating. Burial will follow at Cedar Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 until 7 tonight at W.H. Jefferson Funeral Home and at the

church from 11 a.m. until the service. Mrs. Wade died Monday, July 12, 2010, at her home. She was 91. A Warren County native, Mrs. Wade was a homemaker and a member of Locust Grove M.B. Church.

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tence other than death. “We think he’s got brain damage. He began using drugs, including inhaling Freon, gasoline and paint thinner when he was 10 years old,” Swartzfager said. “Between that and his history of head injuries, he should be tested for brain damage and that’s never been told.” Burns can still file appeals with federal courts and the U.S. Supreme Court. “There are other avenues; I don’t know which one we will take at this point, if any,” Swartzfager said.

Mrs. Genevieve W. Johnson

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Mr. Clarence Edwards

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Highs and Lows High/past 24 hours............. 93º Low/past 24 hours............... 76º Average temperature......... 85º Normal this date................... 82º Record low..............63º in 1984 Record high............97º in 1943 Rainfall Recorded at the Vicksburg Water Plant Past 24 hours......................None This month..............4.33 inches Total/year.............. 24.24 inches Normal/month......2.32 inches Normal/year........ 32.31 inches Solunar table Most active times for fish and wildlife Thursday: A.M. Active............................ 2:38 A.M. Most active................. 8:51 P.M. Active............................. 3:05 P.M. Most active.................. 9:18 Sunrise/sunset Sunset today........................ 8:08 Sunset tomorrow............... 8:08 Sunrise tomorrow.............. 6:11

RIVER DATA Stages Mississippi River at Vicksburg Current: 31.1 | Change: -0.1 Flood: 43 feet Yazoo River at Greenwood Current: 11.9 | Change: -0.9 Flood: 35 feet Yazoo River at Yazoo City Current: 14.1 | Change: -0.4 Flood: 29 feet Yazoo River at Belzoni Current: 13.0 | Change: -1.2 Flood: 34 feet Big Black River at West Current: 3.3 | Change: -0.1 Flood: 12 feet Big Black River at Bovina Current: 9.2 | Change: -0.7 Flood: 28 feet StEELE BAYOU Land....................................78.6 River....................................78.3

MISSISSIPPI RIVER Forecast Cairo, Ill. Thursday................................ 30.6 Friday....................................... 30.8 Saturday................................. 31.4 Memphis Thursday................................ 16.6 Friday....................................... 16.2 Saturday................................. 15.8 Greenville Thursday................................ 35.9 Friday....................................... 35.5 Saturday................................. 34.9 Vicksburg Thursday................................ 31.2 Friday....................................... 30.8 Saturday................................. 30.4


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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NATO: Insurgents behead 6 Afghan police China flooding death toll, Explosion also kills serviceman KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Insurgents beheaded six policemen after attacking their checkpoint in northern Afghanistan, NATO said today. The military coalition said the militants attacked a number of government buildings Tuesday in Baghlan province’s Dahanah-ye Ghori district. The attackers overran the checkpoint and decapitated the six policemen, NATO said. Also today, a NATO service member was killed by an explosion in the south, according to NATO. The nationality of the victim was not released. The death brought the number of NATO service members killed this month to 65. Violence and casualties have surged in recent months in Afghanistan. June was the deadliest month for U.S. and international forces with the deaths of 103 service members, including 60 Americans. Elsewhere, the Australian defense ministry said the main NATO base outside the southern city of Kandahar came under Taliban rocket fire late Monday, causing minor damage to an Australian facility but no Australian casualties. No further details were released. The NATO base at the Kandahar Air Field comes under rocket and mortar fire from time to time, usually without major damage.

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A U.S. Army soldier from the 1-320th Alpha Battery, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, searches an Afghan villager during a foot patrol in the volatile Arghandab Valley of Kandahar Tuesday.

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan soldier opened fire on U.S. civilian trainers at an army base in northern Afghanistan, killing two Americans before being shot dead, the Defense Ministry said today. An argument started during a weapons-training exercise and the Afghan soldier turned his gun on the Americans on Tuesday, the ministry said in a statement. Another Afghan soldier was killed in the resulting crossfire, and the shooter was later gunned down. NATO previously said two Americans and two Afghan soldiers were killed by gunfire at a firing range outside Mazar-e-Sharif, but it did not provide details on how the incident occurred. The shooter was a “group leader” — an Afghan soldier selected to train other soldiers on the base, Defense Ministry spokesman Gen. Mohammad Zahir Azimi said. Intentional shootings by Afghans against coalition partners have occurred previously. Earlier this month, an Afghan soldier killed three British service members with gunfire and a rocket-propelled grenade in the dead of night. The soldier fled after that attack, leaving his motive unclear. But the Taliban claimed he was a militant sympathizer taken in by insurgents after the assault.

1,000-plus, worst in years BEIJING — More than 1,000 people have died or disappeared in severe flooding in China so far this year, and the heaviest rains are still to come, a senior official warned today. This year’s floods, which have caused tens of billions of dollars in damage already, have exacted the highest death toll since 1998, when the highest water levels in five decades killed 4,150. With the typhoon season rolling in, Liu Ning, general secretary of the government’s flood prevention agency, said authorities must ramp up preparations.

Court orders retrial for ex-Kosovo leader THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Kosovo’s former prime minister must be retried on murder and torture charges related to the country’s 1998-99 war with Serbia, the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal ruled today, calling his acquittal two years ago “a miscarriage of justice.” The original trial for Ramush Haradinaj and two former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades was marred by intimidation that left two witnesses too scared to testify, tribunal President Patrick Robinson said. “The trial chamber failed to appreciate the gravity of the threat that witness intimidation posted,” Robinson said in ordering the first retrial in

U.S. announces new North Korea sanctions SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The Obama administration moved today to push new sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear weapons program, as Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates showed solidarity with South Korea during a visit to the area that separates it from the North. Clinton announced the new measures — targeting the sale or purchase of arms and related goods used to fund the communist regime’s nuclear activities, and the acquisition of luxury items to reward its elite — after she and Gates toured the heavily fortified border in a symbolic trip four months after the sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on the North. The penalties are intended to further isolate the already hermetic North and persuade its leaders to return to talks

The penalties are intended to further isolate the already hermetic North and persuade its leaders to return to talks aimed at getting it to abandon atomic weapons. aimed at getting it to abandon atomic weapons. The U.S. is also trying to forestall future provocative acts like the torpedoing of the Cheonan, which killed 46 South Korean sailors. With specifics of the sanctions still being worked out, the more striking demonstration of U.S. resolve came when Clinton and Gates — in a first for America’s top two cabinet members — together toured the demilitarized zone in the village of Panmunjom.


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Under sporadic downpours and the watchful gaze of curious North Korean guards, they paid tribute to the U.S., South Korean and international forces that patrol the world’s last Cold War-era border. Sixty years after the fighting began, the peninsula remains divided in a state of war because the conflict ended in a truce, not a peace treaty. At one point, in the Military Armistice Commission building where officials from North Korea and the U.N. Command meet for talks, Clinton and Gates stood briefly on North Korean soil while a North Korean solider peered at them through a window. Gates said the visit was intended “to send a strong signal to the North, to the region and to the world that our commitment to South Korea’s security is steadfast. “In fact, our military alliance has never been stronger.”


Spain predicting thaw in U.S., Cuba relations MADRID — Cuba’s release of dozens of political prisoners will lead to a thaw in U.S. relations and the lifting of a decades-old embargo against the Communist-run island, Spain’s foreign minister predicted today. Speaking in Parliament, Miguel Angel Moratinos said the freeing of some 52 Cuban prisoners would also lead to an improvement in EU policy toward Cuba.

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Wibowo aims for state title By Jeff Byrd

No mas for Sweet Lou Cubs’ manager Lou Piniella will retire at season’s end. Story/B3


YOUTH BASEBALL Governor’s Cup July 30-Aug. 1 at Halls Ferry Park


WC vs. Ocean Springs Aug. 20, 6 p.m. at Vicksburg High Vicksburg hosts Gulfport Aug. 20, 8 p.m.


6 p.m. ESPN - Major League pitching sensation Stephen Strasburg takes the hill against Bronson Arroyo and the Cincinnati Reds.


ZACH POLZIN Hinds Community College catcher signed with Trevecca Nazarene University (Tenn.) on Tuesday.


Alabama player is under investigation

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama coach Nick Saban told that university compliance officials are trying to determine if defensive end Marcell Dareus violated NCAA rules by attending an agent’s party in Florida. NCAA investigators have reportedly interviewed North Carolina players and South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders regarding the same party in Miami’s South Beach. The ESPN report said the NCAA is trying to determine who paid for the trip. An Alabama spokesman said the school had no immediate comment. Dareus emerged as a rising star after winning defensive MVP honors in the BCS championship game win over Texas. Saban, a former Miami Dolphins coach, told ESPN. com it might be time to ban NFL teams from college campuses to get the league to crack down on rule-breaking agents and “take schools off the hook.” “What the NFL Players Association and the NFL need to do is if any agent breaks a rule and causes ineligibility for a player, they should suspend his (agent’s) license for a year or two,” Saban said. “I’m about ready for college football to say, ‘Let’s just throw the NFL out. Don’t let them evaluate players.”


La. Pick 3: 9-0-6 La. Pick 4: 0-5-4-9 Weekly results: B2

When he was 9, Wally Wibowo struggled just to stay afloat. Five years later, Wibowo, 14, is one of the fastest swimmers in central Mississippi. Last week in Jackson, Wibowo set a new city record in the 50-meter freestyle at the Jackson City Championships, clocking a time of 23.61 seconds. That shattered the previous record from 1995, held by his coach, Mathew Mixon. Wibowo, a student at St.


Aloysius, will look to improve on the time at the Mississippi Long Course State Meet that begins Thursday at Delta State University. “I started swimming five years ago, but I failed the level 3 test about three straight times and my mom got tired of it. She hired one of the lifeguards to give me private lessons and I just took to it,” Wibowo said. The son of Christine and Dr. Johannes Wibowo, Wally soon began competing locally for the Vicksburg

Swim Association team. Two years ago, he progressed enough to qualify for a zone meet. With a good showing at Delta State, he is looking at a second zone meet and the possibility of reaching some sectional and national qualifying times. “Our goal is to go to sectionals. It’s like making the all-star team for Mississippi,” said Mixon, a former collegiate swimmer at Delta State and the Vicksburg Swim Association coach. “Wally set the Jackson See Wibowo, Page B4.

meredith spencer•The Vicksburg Post

Vicksburg swimmer Wally Wibowo practices at Wyatt’s Gym on Tuesday.

Rutherford laps field at Clear Creek By Steve Wilson Warren Central golfer Parker Rutherford is about to embark on a nine tournaments in 10 days odyssey. On Tuesday at the Warren County Junior Championships at Clear Creek Golf Course, Rutherford got off to a rousing start. The 15-year-old shot a sixunder par 65 to lap the field in first day of the the twoday tournament. “It was fun,” Rutherford said. “Anytime you shoot six-under, it’s fun. I birdied two of the first five and I just started hitting good shots.” Second-place golfer Nick Mekus, from St. Al, is nine shots back with a 76, while Rich Phillips is in third place with an 80. St. Aloysius golfer Fisher Campbell is in fourth with an 82. Rutherford parred the first hole and took off from there on the front nine, using an accurate driver and a solid stroke on the greens to card birdie after birdie. He was four-under at the turn and picked up a couple more birdies on the back nine to add to his lead. Despite the flow of birdies slowing down after 12, Rutherford is not worried about keeping up his momentum. Just playing par golf today would be enough for him to take the crown. “After 12, there are some tougher holes, so that might explain it,” Rutherford said. “I’m in uncharted territory right now.” Laura Phillips leads the girls’ division with a 53, with Anna Fletcher in second with a 61. In the 12-13-year-olds’ division, Conner Smith showed the way with a 42 on nine

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St. Al hires coach By Ernest Bowker

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Parker Rutherford, 15, putts on the 9th hole green during the first round of the Warren


holes, with Jake Smith carding a 52.

County Junior Golf Championship at Clear Creek Golf Course. Play resumed today.

Trip Curtis carded a 66 in the ages 8-9 division. Play resumed today. The winner of the tournament gets an exemption for the

Warren County Championship, which will be played July 31-Aug. 1 at Clear Creek.

Last year, Chris Wright sat down and evaluated his life. With a wife and young child at home, his chosen profession of nursing was taking a heavy toll. Long shifts were keeping him at work and draining him mentally and physically. The 27-year-old decided it was time for a change. He went Chris Wright back to school for a degree in education while returning to baseball, the sport he had a passion for which. He got a job at New Hope High School and was looking to make another career move this summer when opprtunity knocked. Wright applied for an assistant coach’s position at twotime Class 1A champion St. Aloysius. Following a flurry of offseason activity that included the resignation of St. Al head coach Clint Wilkerson, Wright ended up with a much bigger assignment. Wright was hired this week as St. Al’s new head coach. He replaces Wilkerson, who spent six years at the school and won back-to-back state titles in 2009 and 2010 before See St. Al, Page B4.

Braves add to NL East lead By The Associated Press ATLANTA — Atlanta’s corner outfielders have returned from thumb injuries to give the Braves more reason to believe they can hold their lead in the NL East. Matt Diaz homered in his third straight game, Jason Heyward added three hits and the Braves beat the San Diego Padres 4-1 on Tuesday night in a matchup of firstplace teams. The two outfielders drove in Atlanta’s four runs to support a strong start from right-hander Jair Jurrjens, who gave up only one run in seven innings. Padres second baseman David Eckstein left the game with a right calf strain and may be bound for the disabled list.

mlb Diaz drove in three runs with a two-run homer in the fourth and a run-scoring single in the seventh. Jason Heyward had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in a run as the Braves expanded a 2-1 lead in the seventh. Diaz said he told Heyward: “It sure is good to hit with a healthy thumb.” Diaz has three homers and eight RBIs in his last three games. He was slowed the first two months of the season by an infection in his right thumb. He finally had surgery on May 20 and came off the disabled list on June 29. Diaz has four homers this season, all in the last two weeks. “He’s over that injury 100

percent,” said manager Bobby Cox, who missed the game because of a one-game suspension. “And you saw tonight what happened. He’s been hot as heck.” Heyward was named an All-Star starter but couldn’t play due to a left thumb injury. The rookie came off the disabled list after the AllStar break. “It’s definitely nice to at least have what you need to be productive,” Heyward said. Chris Denorfia hit a secondinning homer for the Padres, giving him three in his last two games. That was all for the Padres as Jurrjens (3-3) gave up only two hits over his last five innings. Billy Wagner pitched a perSee Braves, Page B3.

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Atlanta Braves outfielder Matt Diaz, right, celebrates his two-run home run against the San Diego Padres with Melky Cabrera Tuesday.


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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nfl Dolphins sign John Jerry to deal

DAVIE, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins have signed guard John Jerry, their third-round selection in this year’s draft. The 6-foot-5, 328-pound Jerry played both guard and tackle on the right side of the line at Ole Miss during his four years of college. The Dolphins announced the signing Tuesday. Training camp starts next week. Jerry was a two-time All-Southeastern Conference player at Ole Miss, where he blocked for three 1,000-yard rushers.

Ex-Raider Russell pleads not guilty in Ala. case MOBILE, Ala. — Former Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell pleaded not guilty to a charge of illegal drug possession Tuesday in Alabama. Russell, 24, is a former LSU star who was released by Oakland after being the No. 1 draft choice in 2007. He entered the plea in court in Mobile. He is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, codeine syrup. Authorities have said that he did not have a prescription for the drug and that he was arrested July 5 at his home as part of an undercover investigation. His attorney, Donald Briskman, said in a phone interview that there were about nine or 10 people in the house and that he believes once all the evidence is known, Russell will be exonerated. Russell, a prep star in Mobile, had no comment after his court appearance. He has been free on $2,500 bond.

prep sports Greenville reinstates several sports programs GREENVILLE — The Greenville School Board has reinstated six sports programs suspended because of funding problems. The Delta Democrat Times reports the board voted Monday to reinstate baseball, slow-pitch softball, tennis, soccer, golf, and powerlifting. The action came after community leaders and booster clubs pledged to raise $20,000 from private donations to pay for pay for meals, equipment, transportation, and game officials.

Baseball M-Braves lose finale to Mobile Collin Cowgill drove in the tying run with a triple in the bottom of the ninth inning, then scored the winning run on Konrad Schmidt’s RBI single as Mobile beat the Mississippi Braves 6-5 in the finale of a four-game series Tuesday. It was the second straight victory for the BayBears in their final at-bat. They beat the M-Braves 5-2 in the second game of a doubleheader on Monday by scoring three runs in the bottom of the sixth. Cowgill and Schmidt had three hits apiece for Mobile, while Mauro Gomez went 4-for-5 with a double and an RBI for the M-Braves.


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS July 21 1963 — Jack Nicklaus wins the PGA championship by two strokes over Dave Ragan to become the fourth golfer to win the three major United States titles. 1979 — Spain’s Seve Ballesteros wins the British Open by three strokes over Ben Crenshaw and Jack Nicklaus. 2001 — Chris Webber signs the second-biggest contract in NBA history, agreeing to a seven-year deal worth $122.7 million to return to the Sacramento Kings. 2002 — Ernie Els faces great pressure in the British Open by squandering a three-stroke lead and outlasts Thomas Levet of France to win a four-man playoff that produces the first sudden-death finish in the 142-year history of the tournament.

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SCOREBOARD mlb American League East Division

W New York.......................58 Tampa Bay....................56 Boston...........................53 Toronto..........................48 Baltimore.......................30

L 34 37 41 46 63

Pct GB .630 — .602 2 1/2 .564 6 .511 11 .323 28 1/2

Central Division

W Chicago.........................52 Detroit............................48 Minnesota......................49 Kansas City...................40 Cleveland.......................40

L 41 44 45 53 54

Pct GB .559 — .522 3 1/2 .521 3 1/2 .430 12 .426 12 1/2

West Division

W L Pct GB Texas.............................55 39 .585 — Los Angeles..................51 45 .531 5 Oakland.........................47 47 .500 8 Seattle...........................36 58 .383 19 Tuesday’s Games L.A. Angels 10, N.Y. Yankees 2 Baltimore 11, Tampa Bay 10, 13 innings Texas 8, Detroit 0 Cleveland 4, Minnesota 3 Toronto 13, Kansas City 1 Oakland 5, Boston 4, 10 innings Chicago White Sox 4, Seattle 0 Today’s Games Tampa Bay (J.Shields 7-9) at Baltimore (Bergesen 3-7), 11:35 p.m. L.A. Angels (Pineiro 10-6) at N.Y. Yankees (Vazquez 7-7), 12:05 p.m. Cleveland (Westbrook 6-5) at Minnesota (Liriano 7-7), 12:10 p.m. Toronto (Rzepczynski 0-0) at Kansas City (Greinke 5-9), 1:10 p.m. Boston (Buchholz 10-4) at Oakland (G.Gonzalez 8-6), 2:35 p.m. Texas (C.Lewis 9-5) at Detroit (Scherzer 6-7), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Floyd 5-8) at Seattle (F.Hernandez 7-6), 9:10 p.m. Thursday’s Games Toronto (R.Romero 7-6) at Detroit (Verlander 11-5), 12:05 p.m. Kansas City (Chen 5-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 12-3), 6:05 p.m. Minnesota (Pavano 11-6) at Baltimore (Millwood 2-8), 6:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Jer.Weaver 9-5) at Texas (Cl.Lee 8-4), 8:05 p.m. Boston (Lackey 9-5) at Seattle (Rowland-Smith 1-9), 9:10 p.m.

National League East Division

W Atlanta...........................55 New York.......................49 Philadelphia...................48 Florida............................45 Washington....................40

L 38 45 45 48 54

Pct GB .591 — .521 6 1/2 .516 7 .484 10 .426 15 1/2

Central Division

W St. Louis........................53 Cincinnati.......................53 Chicago.........................43 Milwaukee......................43 Houston.........................38 Pittsburgh......................33

L 41 42 52 52 56 60

Pct GB .564 — .558 1/2 .453 10 1/2 .453 10 1/2 .404 15 .355 19 1/2

West Division

W L Pct GB San Diego.....................54 38 .587 — San Francisco...............52 42 .553 3 Colorado........................51 42 .548 3 1/2 Los Angeles..................49 45 .521 6 Arizona..........................36 58 .383 19 Tuesday’s Games Pittsburgh 11, Milwaukee 9 Colorado 10, Florida 0 Atlanta 4, San Diego 1 Cincinnati 8, Washington 7 Chicago Cubs 14, Houston 7 St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 1 Arizona 3, N.Y. Mets 2 San Francisco 7, L.A. Dodgers 5 Today’s Games Houston (Myers 7-6) at Chicago Cubs (Lilly 3-8), 1:20 p.m. Milwaukee (Ra.Wolf 7-8) at Pittsburgh (Duke 3-9), 6:05 p.m. Colorado (Hammel 7-4) at Florida (Nolasco 9-7), 6:10 p.m. San Diego (Garland 9-6) at Atlanta (Hanson 8-6), 6:10 p.m. Washington (Strasburg 4-2) at Cincinnati (Arroyo 10-4), 6:10 p.m. Philadelphia (Blanton 3-5) at St. Louis (J.Garcia 8-4), 8:15 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Niese 6-4) at Arizona (Haren 7-8), 9:40 p.m. San Francisco (Zito 8-4) at L.A. Dodgers (Billingsley 7-5), 9:10 p.m. Thursday’s Games Colorado (De La Rosa 3-2) at Florida (Jo.Johnson 10-3), 11:10 p.m. Washington (L.Hernandez 6-6) at Cincinnati (Volquez 1-0), 11:35 p.m. San Diego (Richard 7-4) at Atlanta (T.Hudson 9-5), 12:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Hamels 7-7) at St. Louis (Wainwright 14-5), 1:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Gallardo 8-4) at Pittsburgh (Ohlendorf 1-7), 6:05 p.m. San Francisco (M.Cain 7-8) at Arizona (R.Lopez 5-8), 9:40 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Takahashi 7-4) at L.A. Dodgers (Kuroda 7-8), 9:10 p.m. ———


G Hamilton Tex................... 91 Morneau Min................... 81 MiCabrera Det................. 89 ABeltre Bos..................... 90 Cano NYY....................... 91 Boesch Det...................... 71 DeJesus KC.................... 90 Guerrero Tex................... 88 ISuzuki Sea..................... 94 Crawford TB.................... 90

AB 367 296 336 344 357 268 350 345 385 350

R 64 53 67 46 64 35 46 61 35 71

H 131 102 115 115 119 86 112 110 122 111

Pct. .357 .345 .342 .334 .333 .321 .320 .319 .317 .317

BATTING—Hamilton, Texas, .357; Morneau, Minnesota, .345; MiCabrera, Detroit, .342; ABeltre, Boston, .334; Cano, New York, .333; Boesch, Detroit, .321; DeJesus, Kansas City, .320. RUNS—Crawford, Tampa Bay, 71; Youkilis, Boston, 69; MiCabrera, Detroit, 67; Teixeira, New York, 66; Cano, New York, 64; Hamilton, Texas, 64; Jeter, New York, 62; MYoung, Texas, 62. RBI—MiCabrera, Detroit, 82; Guerrero, Texas, 76; ARodriguez, New York, 73; Hamilton, Texas, 69; Konerko, Chicago, 66; JBautista, Toronto, 64; Quentin, Chicago, 64; DelmYoung, Minnesota, 64. HITS—Hamilton, Texas, 131; ISuzuki, Seattle, 122; Cano, New York, 119; MYoung, Texas, 116; ABeltre, Boston, 115; MiCabrera, Detroit, 115; DeJesus, Kansas City, 112. DOUBLES—Markakis, Baltimore, 31; Hamilton, Texas, 30; Longoria, Tampa Bay, 29; MiCabrera, Detroit, 28; Mauer, Minnesota, 28; VWells, Toronto, 28; ABeltre, Boston, 27; FLewis, Toronto, 27. TRIPLES—Crawford, Tampa Bay, 7; Span, Minnesota, 7; Pennington, Oakland, 6; Podsednik, Kansas City, 6; AJackson, Detroit, 5; Youkilis, Boston, 5; 8 tied at 4. HOME RUNS—JBautista, Toronto, 26; MiCabrera, Detroit, 24; Hamilton, Texas, 23; Konerko, Chicago, 21; Guerrero, Texas, 20; CPena, Tampa Bay, 20; Quentin, Chicago, 19; VWells, Toronto, 19. STOLEN BASES—Pierre, Chicago, 34; Crawford, Tampa Bay, 33; RDavis, Oakland, 29; Gardner, New York, 26; Podsednik, Kansas City, 25; BUpton, Tampa Bay, 25; Andrus, Texas, 24; Figgins, Seattle, 24. PITCHING (Wins)—Sabathia, New York, 12-3; Price, Tampa Bay, 12-5; Pettitte, New York, 11-2;

PHughes, New York, 11-3; Lester, Boston, 11-4; Verlander, Detroit, 11-5; Pavano, Minnesota, 11-6. STRIKEOUTS—JerWeaver, Los Angeles, 142; FHernandez, Seattle, 134; Lester, Boston, 130; Liriano, Minnesota, 125; Verlander, Detroit, 119; Morrow, Toronto, 119; JShields, Tampa Bay, 114. SAVES—Soria, Kansas City, 25; NFeliz, Texas, 25; RSoriano, Tampa Bay, 23; Papelbon, Boston, 21; Gregg, Toronto, 21; Jenks, Chicago, 20; ABailey, Oakland, 20; Rauch, Minnesota, 20; MRivera, New York, 20.


G Furcal LAD...................... 64 Prado Atl......................... 92 Polanco Phi..................... 66 Byrd ChC......................... 93 Ethier LAD....................... 76 Pujols StL........................ 93 Holliday StL..................... 91 DWright NYM.................. 93 CGonzalez Col................ 81 Votto Cin......................... 89

AB 267 394 279 349 297 343 343 347 341 326

R 53 66 42 53 47 60 55 53 58 62

H 90 127 89 110 93 106 106 107 105 100

Pct. .337 .322 .319 .315 .313 .309 .309 .308 .308 .307

BATTING—Furcal, Los Angeles, .337; Prado, Atlanta, .322; Polanco, Philadelphia, .319; Byrd, Chicago, .315; Ethier, Los Angeles, .313; Pujols, St. Louis, .309; Holliday, St. Louis, .309. RUNS—BPhillips, Cincinnati, 69; Prado, Atlanta, 66; Weeks, Milwaukee, 63; Votto, Cincinnati, 62; Howard, Philadelphia, 60; Pujols, St. Louis, 60; Fielder, Milwaukee, 59; Kemp, Los Angeles, 59. RBI—Howard, Philadelphia, 74; Hart, Milwaukee, 70; Pujols, St. Louis, 67; DWright, New York, 67; Gomes, Cincinnati, 64; Loney, Los Angeles, 64; Votto, Cincinnati, 63. HITS—Prado, Atlanta, 127; BPhillips, Cincinnati, 112; Byrd, Chicago, 110; Howard, Philadelphia, 110; Braun, Milwaukee, 108; Loney, Los Angeles, 108; Weeks, Milwaukee, 107; DWright, New York, 107. DOUBLES—Werth, Philadelphia, 29; Torres, San Francisco, 28; Byrd, Chicago, 27; ADunn, Washington, 26; Loney, Los Angeles, 26; Prado, Atlanta, 26; DWright, New York, 26. TRIPLES—Victorino, Philadelphia, 8; SDrew, Arizona, 7; Fowler, Colorado, 7; Bay, New York, 6; AEscobar, Milwaukee, 6; Pagan, New York, 6; JosReyes, New York, 6. HOME RUNS—Fielder, Milwaukee, 23; Votto, Cincinnati, 23; ADunn, Washington, 22; Hart, Milwaukee, 22; Pujols, St. Louis, 22; Howard, Philadelphia, 21; Reynolds, Arizona, 21. STOLEN BASES—Bourn, Houston, 29; AMcCutchen, Pittsburgh, 21; Morgan, Washington, 21; Pagan, New York, 20; HRamirez, Florida, 19; JosReyes, New York, 19; Stubbs, Cincinnati, 18; CYoung, Arizona, 18. PITCHING (Wins)—Jimenez, Colorado, 15-1; Wainwright, St. Louis, 14-5; Carpenter, St. Louis, 11-3; JoJohnson, Florida, 10-3; Latos, San Diego, 10-4; Lincecum, San Francisco, 10-4; Arroyo, Cincinnati, 10-4; Pelfrey, New York, 10-5; DLowe, Atlanta, 10-8; Halladay, Philadelphia, 10-8. STRIKEOUTS—Lincecum, San Francisco, 138; Kershaw, Los Angeles, 135; Haren, Arizona, 133; Halladay, Philadelphia, 131; JoJohnson, Florida, 130; Dempster, Chicago, 130; Wainwright, St. Louis, 130. SAVES—FCordero, Cincinnati, 26; BrWilson, San Francisco, 26; HBell, San Diego, 26; Capps, Washington, 23; Wagner, Atlanta, 22; Lindstrom, Houston, 22; Nunez, Florida, 22.

minor league baseball Southern League North Division

W x-Tennessee (Cubs)......14 Carolina (Reds).............13 Huntsville (Brewers)......13 Chattanooga (Dodgers).12 West Tenn (Mariners)...10

L 12 13 13 14 16

Pct. .538 .500 .500 .462 .385

GB — 1 1 2 4

W L Pct. x-Jacksonville (Marlins).15 11 .577 Mobile (D-backs)...........15 11 .577 Montgomery (Rays).......15 11 .577 Mississippi (Braves)...14 12 .538 B-ham (White Sox).......9 17 .346 x-clinched first half ——— Tuesday’s Games Chattanooga 3, Carolina 2 West Tenn 10, Huntsville 0 Jacksonville 5, Birmingham 4 Mobile 6, Mississippi 5 Tennessee 4, Montgomery 3 Today’s Games No games scheduled Thursday’s Games Huntsville at Jacksonville, 7:05 p.m. Tennessee at Mississippi, 7:05 p.m. Carolina at Montgomery, 7:05 p.m. Birmingham at West Tenn, 7:05 p.m. Mobile at Chattanooga, 7:15 p.m.

GB — — — 1 6

South Division

2010 New Orleans Saints schedule

Date Opponent Time/TV Sept. 9...............Minnesota.............. 7:30 p.m. NBC Sept. 20............. at San Francisco.7:30 p.m. ESPN Sept. 26.............Atlanta.............................Noon Fox Oct. 3...............Carolina............................Noon Fox Oct. Arizona................ 3:05 p.m. Fox Oct. Tampa Bay................Noon Fox Oct. 24...............Cleveland...................... Noon CBS Oct. 31...............Pittsburgh.............. 7:20 p.m. NBC Nov. Carolina.......................Noon Fox Nov. 14...............BYE Nov. 21...............Seattle............................Noon Fox Nov. Dallas...................... 3 p.m. Fox Dec. Cincinnati.....................Noon Fox Dec. 12...............St. Louis........................Noon Fox Dec. Baltimore...................Noon Fox Dec. Atlanta............ 7:30 p.m. ESPN Jan. 2...............Tampa Bay.......................Noon Fox

Prep football 2010 Schedules St. Aloysius p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Vicksburg Aug. 20........................... #Gulfport................. 8 p.m. Aug. 27................................OPEN Sept. 3 ................ Richwood (La.)............ 7:30 p.m.

Tank McNamara

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Aug. 20................#Ocean Springs................. 6 Aug. 27......... at Lawrence County............ 7:30 Sept. 3........................ Hattiesburg............ 7:30 Sept. 10............................Natchez............ 7:30 Sept. 17...............................OPEN Sept. 24...........*Northwest Rankin............ 7:30 Oct. 1.......................*at Greenville................. 7 Oct. 8.................*Madison Central................. 7 Oct. 15..........................*at Murrah................. 7 Oct. 22.............................. *Clinton................. 7 Oct. 29..................... *at Vicksburg................. 7 Nov. 5........................ *at Grenada................. 7 *Division 2-6A game #Red Carpet Bowl at Vicksburg

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Porters Chapel Aug. 20.............Tallulah Academy............ 7:30 Aug. Prairie View............ 7:30 Sept. 3 ..............River Oaks (La.)............ 7:30 Sept. 10.. *at University Christian............ 7:30 Sept. 17........ at Trinity Episcopal............ 7:30 Sept. 24............ Prentiss Christian............ 7:30 Oct. 1................ *Russell Christian................. 7 Oct. Tri-County................. 7 Oct. 15............................Riverfield................. 7 Oct. 22............... at Central Hinds . .............. 7 Oct. 29....... *at Newton Academy................. 7 *District 5-A game

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college football 2010 Mississippi schedules Southern Miss Sept. 2.............. at South Carolina . ......... 6:30 Sept. 11...... vs. Prairie View A&M................. 6 Sept. 17.......................vs. Kansas . .............. 7 Sept. Louisiana Tech................. 6 Oct. 2...................... vs. Marshall * . .............. 7 Oct. 9.................... East Carolina *............ 6:30 Oct. 16..................... at Memphis * . ............ 11 Oct. 30...........................vs. UAB * . ............ 11 Nov. Tulane *............ 2:30 Nov. 13........................... at UCF * . ............ 11 Nov. 20....................vs. Houston *................. 6 Nov. Tulsa * . ......... 5:30 *Conference USA game

July 4 — Camping World Grand Prix at the Glen, Watkins Glen, N.Y. (Will Power) July 18 — Honda Indy Toronto (Will Power) July 25 — Edmonton Indy, Alberta Aug. 8 — Honda Indy 200, Lexington, Ohio Aug. 22 — Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma (Calif.) County Aug. 28 — PEAK Antifreeze Indy 300, Joliet, Ill. Sept. 4 — Kentucky 300, Sparta, Ky. Sept. 19 — Indy Japan 300, Motegi, Japan ———

2010 IRL points leaders

Warren Central

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Ole Miss Sept. 4..............Jacksonville State.....................TBA Sept. 11......................... at Tulane.... 8 p.m. ESPN2 Sept. 18......................Vanderbilt *.....................TBA Sept. 25....................Fresno State.....................TBA Oct. 2........................... Kentucky *.....................TBA Oct. 16..................... at Alabama *.....................TBA Oct. Arkansas *.....................TBA Oct. 30............................ Auburn *.....................TBA Nov. 6............ Louisiana-Lafayette.....................TBA Nov. Tennessee *.....................TBA Nov. LSU *.....................TBA Nov. 27............Mississippi State *.....................TBA *Southeastern Conference game

Mississippi State Sept. 4........................... Memphis.....................TBA Sept. 9........................... Auburn *.6:30 p.m. ESPN Sept. 18......................... at LSU *.....................TBA Sept. 25........................ Georgia *.....................TBA Oct. 2....................... Alcorn State.....................TBA Oct. 9.......................... at Houston.....................TBA Oct. 16....................... at Florida *.....................TBA Oct. 23.................................. UAB.....................TBA Oct. 30........................ Kentucky *.....................TBA Nov. 13................... at Alabama *.....................TBA Nov. 20....................... Arkansas *.....................TBA Nov. 27................... at Ole Miss *.....................TBA *Southeastern Conference game

Alcorn State Sept. 4............................ Langston................. 2 p.m. Sept. 18.*c-vs. Miss. Valley State................. 5 p.m. Sept. 25............... *Alabama State................. 2 p.m. Oct. 2............. at Mississippi State.....................TBA Oct. 9..................*Texas Southern................. 2 p.m. Oct. 16.................... *at Grambling.....................TBA Oct. 21.................. *Ark.-Pine Bluff.....................TBA Oct. 30...........................*Southern................. 2 p.m. Nov. 6...............*at Alabama A&M................. 1 p.m. Nov. 13................ *at Prairie View.....................TBA Nov. 20............. *at Jackson State................. 1 p.m. *Southwestern Athletic Conference game c-at Chicago

Jackson State


Aug. 20....................... Pelahatchie............ 7:30 Aug. 27........ at Tallulah Academy............ 7:30 Sept. 3 ............Greenville-St. Joe............ 7:30 Sept. 10.......... at Madison-St. Joe............ 7:30 Sept. 17...............................OPEN Sept. 24..............*at Bogue Chitto............ 7:30 Oct. 1.................................*Dexter................. 7 Oct. 8................................. *Salem................. 7 Oct. 15..........................*Cathedral................. 7 Oct. 22...................... *at Mt. Olive................. 7 Oct. 29.................... *West Lincoln................. 7 Nov. 5.................... *at Sebastopol................. 7 *Division 4-1A game

Sept. Tylertown............ 7:30 Sept. 17........ at Lawrence County............ 7:30 Sept. 24......................... *Grenada............ 7:30 Oct. 1.......... *at Northwest Rankin................. 7 Oct. 8........................... *Greenville................. 7 Oct. 15.......... *at Madison Central................. 7 Oct. 22.............................. *Murrah................. 7 Oct. 29.................*Warren Central................. 7 Nov. 5...........................*at Clinton................. 7 *Division 2-6A game #Red Carpet Bowl at Vicksburg

Sept. 4.........................Delta State................. 4 p.m. Sept. 11... m-vs. Tennessee State................. 6 p.m. Sept. 18.................. *at Grambling.....................TBA Sept. 25..... *Mississippi Valley St.................. 6 p.m. Oct. 9.................... *Alabama A&M................. 4 p.m. Oct. 16...........................*Southern................. 6 p.m. Oct. 23........... *at Texas Southern.....................TBA Oct. 30......................*Prairie View................. 4 p.m. Nov. 6.............. *at Alabama State................. 7 p.m. Nov. 13.............*at Ark.-Pine Bluff............ 2:30 p.m. Nov. 20.................... *Alcorn State................. 1 p.m. *Southwestern Athletic Conference game m-at Memphis, Tenn.

Mississippi Valley State Sept. 4............. *at Alabama State................. 7 p.m. Sept. 11.. at South Carolina State.....................TBA Sept. 18.......... *c-vs. Alcorn State................. 5 p.m. Sept. 25............ *at Jackson State................. 6 p.m. Oct. 2.....................*g-Prairie View................. 1 p.m. Oct. 9........................ *at Southern............ 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23......................*g-Grambling................. 1 p.m. Oct. 30........... *at Texas Southern................. 2 p.m. Nov. 6...............*at Ark.-Pine Bluff............ 2:30 p.m. Nov. 13..............*g-Alabama A&M................. 1 p.m. *Southwestern Athletic Conference game c-at Chicago g-at Greenville

auto racing Indy Racing League schedule March 14 — Sao Paulo Indy 300 (Will Power) March 28 — Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (Fla.) (Will Power) April 11 — Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, Birmingham (Helio Castroneves) April 18 — Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (Calif.) (Ryan Hunter-Reay) May 1 — Road Runner Turbo Indy 300, Kansas City, Kan. (Scott Dixon) May 30 — Indianapolis 500 (Dario Franchitti) June 5 — Firestone 550k, Fort Worth, Texas (Ryan Briscoe) June 20 — Iowa Corn Indy 250, Newton (Tony Kanaan)

1. Will Power....................................................... 377 2. Dario Franchitti............................................... 335 3. Scott Dixon..................................................... 299 4. Ryan Briscoe.................................................. 292 5. Ryan Hunter-Reay.......................................... 286 6. Helio Castroneves.......................................... 285 7. Tony Kanaan.................................................. 273 8. Justin Wilson................................................... 240 (tie) Dan Wheldon............................................... 231 10. Marco Andretti.............................................. 225 11. Danica Patrick............................................... 190 12. Raphael Matos.............................................. 174 13. Vitor Meira.................................................... 172 14. Alex Tagliani................................................. 169 15. Mario Moraes................................................ 161 16. E.J. Viso........................................................ 157 17. Alex Lloyd..................................................... 146 18. Hideki Mutoh................................................. 136 19. Mario Romancini........................................... 125 20. Simona de Silvestro..................................... 121

golf 2010 PGA Tour Schedule April 8-11 — The Masters (Phil Mickelson) April 15-18 — Verizon Heritage (Jim Furyk) April 22-25 — Zurich Classic (Jason Bohn) April 29-May 2 — Quail Hollow Championship (Rory McIlroy) May 6-9 — The Players Champ. (Tim Clark) May 13-16 — Valero Texas Open (Adam Scott) May 20-23 — Byron Nelson Champ. (Jason Day) May 27-30 — Crowne Plaza Invit. (Zach Johnson) June 3-6 — The Memorial (Justin Rose) June 10-13 — St. Jude Classic (Lee Westwood) June 17-20 — U.S. Open (Graeme McDowell) June 24-27 — Travelers Champ. (Bubba Watson) July 1-4 — AT&T National (Justin Rose) July 8-11 — John Deere Classic (Steve Stricker) July 15-18 — British Open (Louis Oosthuizen) July 15-18 — Reno-Tahoe Open (Matt Bettencourt) July 22-25 — Canadian Open, Etobicoke, Ontario July 29-Aug. 1 — The Greenbrier Classic, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Aug. 5-8 — Bridgestone Invitational, Akron, Ohio Aug. 5-8 — Turning Stone Champ., Verona, N.Y. Aug. 12-15 — PGA Champ., Sheboygan, Wis. Aug. 19-22 — Wyndham Championship, Greensboro, N.C. Aug. 26-29 — The Barclays, Paramus, N.J. Sept. 3-6 — Deutsche Bank Championship, Norton, Mass. Sept. 9-12 — BMW Championship, Lemont, Ill. Sept. 23-26 — The Tour Championship, Atlanta Sept. 30-Oct. 3 — Viking Classic, Madison, Miss. Oct. 1-3 — Ryder Cup, Newport, Wales Oct. 7-10 — McGladrey Classic, St. Simons Island, Ga. Oct. 14-17 — Open, San Martin, Calif. Oct. 21-24 — Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals Open, Las Vegas Nov. 11-14 — Children’s Miracle Network Classic, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. ———

2010 Ryder Cup Points At Newport, Wales Oct. 1-3, 2010

United States

Through July 18 1. Phil Mickelson................................... 5,768.74900 2. Steve Stricker................................... 3,402.67543 3. Jim Furyk.......................................... 3,280.08569 4. Anthony Kim..................................... 3,238.30928 5. Lucas Glover..................................... 2,980.87453 6. Dustin Johnson................................. 2,936.13845 7. Tiger Woods..................................... 2,773.30600 8. Matt Kuchar...................................... 2,725.20987 9. Jeff Overton...................................... 2,629.84783 10. Ricky Barnes................................... 2,579.30153 11. Hunter Mahan................................. 2,577.01700 12. Ben Crane....................................... 2,486.46969 13. Stewart Cink................................... 2,394.03315 14. Nick Watney.................................... 2,297.97461 15. Rickie Fowler.................................. 2,259.37125

Europe World Points 1. Lee Westwood (Eng)................................. 422.01 2. Rory McIlroy (NIr)...................................... 271.21 3. Graeme McDowell (NIr)............................. 244.15 4. Luke Donald (Eng).................................... 215.59 5. Ian Poulter (Eng)....................................... 211.24 6. Edoardo Molinari (Ita)................................ 202.62 7. Justin Rose (Eng)...................................... 190.42 8. Martin Kaymer (Ger).................................. 181.58 9. Padraig Harrington (Irl).............................. 176.27 10. Francesco Molinari (Ita)........................... 160.86

LOTTERY Sunday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 7-2-5 La. Pick 4: 9-6-2-1 Monday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 4-6-4 La. Pick 4: 4-0-3-5 Tuesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 9-0-6 La. Pick 4: 0-5-4-9 Wednesday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 5-5-7 La. Pick 4: 1-1-3-1 Easy 5: 12-18-19-28-34 La. Lotto: 2-11-19-22-26-34 Powerball: 20-21-23-38-42 Powerball: 6; Power play: 3 Thursday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 7-2-1 La. Pick 4: 1-8-1-6 Friday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 6-4-6 La. Pick 4: 7-2-3-0 Saturday’s drawing La. Pick 3: 8-5-7 La. Pick 4: 4-6-7-8 Easy 5: 4-15-18-19-25 La. Lotto: 2-7-9-11-24-37 Powerball:22-27-35-37-45 Powerball: 3; Power play: 4

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The Vicksburg Post

Cubs’ skipper Piniella retiring at season’s end CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella announced Tuesday that he will retire at the end of the season, ending a storied and often colorful career that included 18 years in the majors as a player and another 22 as a manager. The 66-year-old Piniella said he was looking forward to spending more time with his family. “I’ve grown to love the city and the fans but at my age it will be time to enter a new phase in my life,” Piniella said in a statement released by the team. Announcing his retirement now, Piniella added, gives the team time to find a replacement. “I’m proud of our accomplishments during my time here and this will be a perfect way for me to end my career,” he said. “But let me make one thing perfectly


clear: our work is far from over. I want to keep the momentum going more than anyLou thing else Piniella and win as many games as we can to get back in this pennant race.” The Cubs said Piniella will retire as the 14th-winningest manager in major league history. Piniella is in the fourth and final year of his contract with the Cubs. After leading the Cubs to consecutive NL Central titles in 2007-08, Piniella and his team missed the playoffs last year and have struggled again this season with a new owner, the Ricketts family, in charge.

Braves Continued from Page B1. fect ninth for his 22nd save. The Braves began the day 51⁄2 games ahead of secondplace New York in the NL East. The Braves (55-38) passed the NL West-leading Padres (54-38) for the best record in the National League. Jurrjens gave up five hits, struck out seven and walked three. Jurrjens said it was gratifying to make up for giving up eight runs in 31⁄3 innings in a 17-2 loss at San Diego on April 12. “I wanted to come out this time and at least if they beat me they beat me 100 percent healthy,” he said. “It took a really big weight off my back. ... That game in San Diego really bugged me the whole season.” Wade LeBlanc (4-8) gave up two runs, five hits and

four walks in six innings. The Braves added two runs off Ryan Webb in the seventh. Braves bench coach Chino Cadahia filled in for Cox, who drew the suspension after left-hander Jonny Venters hit Milwaukee’s Prince Fielder with a pitch on Saturday. “Chino was brilliant,” Cox said, adding he didn’t enjoy being removed from the dugout. “It’s nerve-racking, not being part of it.” Venters, appealing his four-game suspension, took over for Jurrjens and retired the Padres in order in the eighth. Eckstein said he was hurt running the bases before he was thrown out at the plate while trying to score from second base.


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Tournament team hosting tryouts Tryouts for an 11-yearolds’ tournament baseball team will be held Thursday, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Culkin Athletic Complex. The team will play in the 2010-11 season and be coached by Eric Douglas. For information, call 601415-5919.

PCA peewee athletic physicals Free physical exams we be given for all Porters Chapel peewee athletes (grades 3-6) at Dr. Calvin Masterson’s office at Mission Primary Clinic on Friday from 9 a.m. until noon. Also, any other PCA student-athlete needing a physical can receive one on this date. Please pick up physical exam forms at the school office prior to the exam.

On-Target junior golf Conner Smith shot a 39 over nine holes Friday at Vicksburg Country Club to win the latest On-Target Junior Golf Series event.

Smith was seven shots better than Liam Hopson in the 11-14-year-old boys’ division. Mack Foley won the 8-10-year-olds’ division by shooting a 34 over six holes, while Bram Francis shot a 44 over six holes in the 5-7-year-olds’ division. On the girls’ side Karley Whittington shot a 31 over six holes to win the 8-10-year-olds’ division by 10 strokes over Carly Havens. In the 11-14-year-olds’ age group, Laura Phillips and Anna Fletcher tied for first with a nine-hole total of 61. Phillips won in a playoff. Beth Newman was third with a 63. The final event in the series, the Vicksburg-Jackson Junior Cup, is scheduled for July 29 at Clear Creek Golf Course and July 30 at Vicksburg Country Club. The event will pit junior golfers from Jackson and Vicksburg against each other in a team competition, with awards for both team and individual play. The entry fee is $30. For information or to register call Kathy Hester at 601-529-9007 or Stuart Conway at 601-636-8692.

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Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. beginning Aug. 24. Parents can register their children at the Purks YMCA from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on weekdays, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Registration fee is $40 for YMCA members and $60 for non-members. For information, call 601-638-1071.

Registration is open for the Vicksburg Soccer Assocation’s fall season. Registration forms are available at Just Duett Sports, the Sports Center, or www. Registration is open to players ages 3-18 and ends Aug. 14. For information, e-mail kacmullins@

Vicksburg girls soccer tryouts Soccer tryouts for Vicksburg High’s varsity girls team will be Thursday and Friday at 5 p.m., at the VHS girls fieldhouse. Any student interested must be enrolled at either Vicksburg High or Vicksburg Junior High and have a current physical. For information, call coach Kori Babb at 601-529-9692.

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SEC faces troubles before media days BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Bar brawls and NCAA investigations will be hot topics at the Southeastern Conference media days — not just national championships. Troubling events have made headlines in the two weeks leading up to the three-day SEC event that begins today. There was a bar brawl involving Tennessee players and there are potential NCAA troubles brewing at Florida and South Carolina. The latest — and potentially biggest — issue arose with a report Monday that Florida and the NCAA are investigating an allegation that former offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey got $100,000 from a representative of a sports agent before last season ended. The NCAA is also looking into a possible rules violation involving South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders. SEC commissioner Mike Slive declined to discuss specific issues involving Florida

college football and South Carolina, but said in an interview Monday with The Associated Press that he would like the NCAA at some point to consider changes to rules involving agents. “The agent issue is one that’s been of concern not only to us but I think to everyone associated with intercollegiate athletics and I do think it’s time to re-examine some of the NCAA rules that relate to agents,” he said. “I have felt for a long time that it would be helpful to be able to provide studentathletes with more information and more opportunities to learn what their professional potential might be than is currently allowed by NCAA rules.” Florida coach Urban Meyer — and Pouncey’s brother, Mike — are scheduled to appear at media day this afternoon.

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St. Al Continued from Page B1. stepping down last month to pursue other opportunities. “Just the tradition they’ve had the last couple years and the academic status of the school, it was an opportunity that I couldn’t turn down,” Wright said. “I originally applied for the assistant coach’s job. When Coach Wilkerson left it turned into a head coaching job and I really couldn’t turn that down. I was lucky. It normally doesn’t happen that way. I’ll have a learning process this year, and definitely in the classroom.” St. Al principal Michele Townsend said Wright was selected from a pool of about 20 applicants. Most of them were given an initial interview, and five were brought back for a second interview. Townsend said Wright’s background made him an ideal candidate to fill both a coaching and teaching position. Wright will teach biology, health and earth science at St. Al in addition to his coaching duties. “We were looking for a science teacher and a baseball

coach, and that’s what we got,” Townsend said. This is the first head coaching job for Wright, who spent only the one season at New Hope. After a standout high school baseball career at Caledonia, he played collegiately at Meridian Community College and Union University in Jackson, Tenn. Wright stepped away from the game to pursue his nursing degree, but quickly found it wasn’t everything he’d hoped for. He went back to school for a degree in education — he’s scheduled to complete his coursework at Mississippi University for Women early next month — and took a para-professional coaching job at New Hope. New Hope head coach Lee Boyd said Wright’s skill as a player and his enthusiasm made up for a lack of coaching experience. Wright served as the Trojans’ hitting coach and helped the team hit .331. They finished the season 23-8 and reached the second round of the Class 5A playoffs. “Chris did a good job for

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n MOVIE “Personal Effects” — While working for a wedding planner, a young man, Ashton Kutcher, struggles to overcome the loss of his sister, who died shortly before her wedding./7 on LMN n SPORTS MLB — Major League pitching sensation Stephen Strasburg takes the hill against Bronson Arroyo and the Cincinnati Reds./6 on ESPN Ashton Kutcher n PRIMETIME “Criminal Minds” — The BAU goes on a manhunt for a group of suspects with a pack mentality who kill for the thrill of it./8 on CBS

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MILESTONES n BIRTHDAYS Janet Reno, former attorney general, 72; Garry Trudeau, cartoonist, 62; Robin Williams, comedian-actor, 59; Jon Lovitz, comedian, 53; Emerson Hart, rock singer, 41; Ali Landry, actress, 37; Josh Hartnett, actor, 32; Blake Lewis, singer, 29; Jamie Waylett, actor, 21. n DEATHS David Warren — The Australian scientist who invented the “black box” flight data recorder has died, defense officials said today. He was 85. Warren, who died Monday, came up with the idea for the cockpit voice recorder after investigating the crash of the world’s first commercial jet airliner, the Comet, in 1953, the Department of Defense said in a statement. He thought it would be helpful for airline accident investigators to have a recording of voices in the cockpit. He designed and constructed a black box prototype in 1956, but it took several years before officials understood just how valuable the device could be and began installing them in commercial airlines worldwide.


Clooney to receive humanitarian award George Clooney will be recognized for his humanitarian efforts at the Emmy Awards. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will present the 49-year-old actor with its Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at the ceremony next month. Clooney is being honored for the “Hope for Haiti” TV special, which is nominated for an Emmy award, and his efforts to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina and raise awareness George Clooney about genocide in Darfur. John Shaffner, chairman and chief executive of the TV academy, said Clooney was “an obvious choice” because he used the power of television to move people to act. The Bob Hope Humanitarian Award was established in 2002. Clooney is the fourth recipient of the honor and will receive the award at the Emmy ceremony on Aug. 29.

Taylor Swift set to release album No. 3 Taylor Swift will release her third album, “Speak Now,” worldwide on Oct. 25. She announced it to her fans Tuesday through a live web chat. It’s been two years since Swift released her sophomore album “Fearless.” She says, “You’ve got to give yourself a little bit of time to live a lot of things so you can write about a lot of things.” Swift explains that the title, “Speak Now,” is the Taylor theme, and that “track by track, each song is a Swift different confession to a different person.” She wrote all 14 tracks herself. The first single, “Mine,” will be released Aug. 16. Swift also plans to launch a world tour following the release. “Fearless” was the top-selling album of 2009.

Court grants Aniston restraining order A court has issued a temporary restraining order to Jennifer Aniston against a man whom authorities say traveled crosscountry in a delusional attempt to marry her. Court documents filed Tuesday in Santa Monica, Calif., say police detained Jason R. Peyton last week after finding him with a sharp object, duct tape and love notes to the “Friends” star. Authorities say he was stopped after spending days trying to find Aniston on Sunset Boulevard. The filings state Peyton has been accused of stalking others and is disobeying court orders that he must take anti-psychotic medications. The 24-year-old was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold by Los Angeles police. A hearing on the order will be Aug. 9.


Surprise! You’ve got mail — and pot Bills, catalogs, junk mail and marijuana? Police say a surprise 2-pound package of marijuana arrived in the mail last week at one elderly woman’s home in southern Michigan’s Blackman Township, about 75 miles west of Detroit. The woman called police. Detectives don’t know who sent the weed. They learned that the Arizona return address on the package was bogus. Police say the pot is valued at about $2,400. Deputy Director Jon Johnston said the marijuana either was sent to the woman’s home by mistake or someone planned to snatch it from the mailbox before she checked. The pot will be destroyed.

N.Y. eatery that inspired ‘Seinfeld’ reopens NEW YORK (AP) — The bisque is back. The soup stand that inspired the Soup Nazi episode on “Seinfeld” reopened in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday, six years after its famously brusque owner, Al Yeganeh, shut it down and licensed his recipes to a franchising company. More than 100 people were waiting in line for the noon reopening of the tiny storefront, including a few regulars who remembered the days when Yeganeh ladled broth and imposed discipline from behind the cramped counter. Much about the shop was the same as in the days before “Seinfeld” made the place famous, including its strict ordering rules, now posted in nine languages. “THE LINE MUST BE KEPT MOVING. Pick the soup you want! Have your money ready! Move to the extreme left after ordering!” But some things are different. Yeganeh neither owns nor operates the store now. Like other Original SoupMan stores around the country, it is a franchise, although company President Robert Bertrand said Yeganeh remains involved in the business. “He’s not going back there to dish out the soup, but he is still the heart of the company,” Bertrand said. “He still has a key. He handpicked the operator. His soups are his babies.” There is even a webcam that allows Yeganeh to keep tabs on the place during business

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Ken Jacowitz of Queens eats lobster bisque he bought Tuesday from the reopened Original SoupMan in New York. hours, Bertrand said. Soup in Yeganeh’s kitchen used to be made on the spot, with ingredients so fresh and abundant, the line often stretched around the corner. Now, they are produced in a commercial kitchen and available frozen in select grocery stores. They are also more expensive: An extra-large cup of the crab bisque costs $20. A small cup costs $7. But to some, the soup is splurge-worthy. “This line, this is normal,” said longtime Hell’s Kitchen resident Larry Cappelli, who arrived an hour early in hopes of getting his first taste of the bisque in six years. “It’s awe-

some. I’ve waited in the rain. In the snow. It’s worth it.” Yeganeh, who has become media shy in recent years, stayed away from the grand reopening. In past interviews, he has dismissed the “Seinfeld” episode as an unfair character assassination, bristled at what he calls the N-word and ridiculed Jerry Seinfeld as “an idiot clown.” For this reason, customers at the Original SoupMan shouldn’t expect anyone to shout “No soup for you!” if they don’t move left after ordering. Indeed, some longtime fans of Yeganeh said the whole

“Nazi” thing was overblown. “The guy worked like a dog. He didn’t charge enough for the soup. It was like, $2.50, a cup when he started,” recalled Mark Hoffman, whose company manages a building in the neighborhood. “And he was always a nice guy. Humble.” As for Yeganeh’s no-show at the launch, Bertrand said it wasn’t a surprise. “That’s his mystique. But I wouldn’t be surprised if he was watching from a window up there,” he said, pointing at an apartment building across the street.


U.S. should nationalize $ 79 . 6 oil resources, Stone says LONDON (AP) — The Gulf of Mexico oil spill shows that the United States should f o l l ow t h e exa mp l e o f South AmerOliver ican socialStone ists in nationalizing its energy industry, filmmaker Oliver Stone said Tuesday. The Academy Award-winning director of “Born on the Fourth of July” and “JFK” said that America’s country’s natural wealth was too important to be left in private hands, telling journalists in central London that oil and other natural resources “belong to the people.” “This BP oil spill is typical” of what happens when private industry is allowed to draw revenue on what should be a public good, Stone said. “We shouldn’t make this kind of profit on oil or on health or on war or on prisons. All these industries should be public industries.” Stone, 63, is in the British capital to promote his documentary, “South of the Border,” which tells the story of firebrand Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and his leftwing Latin American allies. The 75-minute film is meant to draw attention to the social improvements ushered in by Chavez, who has nationalized parts of Venezuela’s economy, including important bits of the oil sector and big chunks of the banking, electric and steel industries. Bolivian leader Evo Morales, also interviewed by Stone for the documentary,

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Sex, drug education needed more than ever Dear Abby: When I was a young teen, my mother gave me a copy of your booklet “What Every Teen Should Know.” She left it on my bed for me to read at my own pace, and let me know that I could come to her if I had any questions, when I was ready to ask them. For years that booklet served as a reference guide for me. I also lent it to many of my friends whose parents were not so forthcoming with this important information. Being informed and not believing urban myths made a big difference in our decisions — and we’re all doing well now. A decade later, I often work with teens who have received no comprehensive education about sex, drugs, or the impact of decisions they make during adolescence. Your booklet remains an important tool in these kids’ educations. I write to encourage all parents, grandparents and rela-



tives of teens to keep a copy of this booklet handy — and to thank those who have already done so. — Kristen Woytonik, Dover, N.H. Dear Kristen: Thank you for your endorsement of my teen booklet. I am pleased that you continue to find it useful. Today many young people engage in adult activities at a much earlier age than the teenagers of previous generations. That’s why it is so important for parents to take the initiative and discuss alcohol, drugs, sex and FAMILY VALUES with their children well before nature takes over and they start experimenting.

My teen booklet contains answers to commonly asked questions such as: How old must a girl be before she can get pregnant? Can a girl get pregnant the first time she has sex? What time of the month is a girl 100 percent safe? How old must a boy be before he can father a child? Another important topic covered is HOW TO AVOID DATE RAPE AND WHAT TO DO IF IT HAPPENS. To order “What Every Teen Should Know,” send your name and address, plus check or money order for $6 (U.S. funds) to Dear Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Shipping and handling are included in the price. My teen booklet also contains information on contraception and sexually transmitted diseases and how to recognize them. It has been distributed in doctors’ offices and used to promote discussion by educators and reli-

gious leaders, and is often used by parents who find it difficult to discuss sex with their children. Dear Abby: My niece is being married — again. This will be No. 5. What kind of gift would you suggest? I am out of ideas, as I’m thinking she already has everything. The wedding is in a few months. Help! — Stumped in Reno Dear Stumped: After the second — or third — wedding, one would think the marriage would be a quiet, low-key affair. And because you have already given her four wedding gifts, what you should send her is your good wishes for a long and successful marriage.

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Reader asks if ADD, cluster headaches linked ASK THE DOCTOR Dr. PETER


drooping eyelid, stuffy or runny nose, sweating, flushing, tearing, nausea and sensitivity to light. There is no cure for cluster headaches. The goal is to reduce the severity of pain and shorten the duration of each episode. Treatment focuses on prevention and commonly includes injectible Imitrex except for those people diagnosed with uncontrolled hypertension or ischemic heart disease. In those two instances, Octreotide would be a better choice for control. Beyond that, dihydroergotamine might be used, but is only given in a physician’s

office or hospital setting. Xylocaine as a nasal drop remains another choice. In otherwise healthy people, oxygen, lithium, verapamil and older antidepressants known as tricyclic antidepressants may be beneficial. In terms of medication, I believe your son’s best bet is what is prescribed by his physician who knows his complete history. Dear Dr. Gott: I am a 60-yearold cleaning lady. In January 2009, my face felt like it had menthol on it with a burning sensation on both cheeks that has continued 24 hours a day since then. Even the corners of my mouth burn. I went to a skin specialist three times. He prescribed Pramosone, Doxycycline and Prascion, none of which worked. What kind of doctor do I go to next? I hope you can help me. Dear Reader: I am confused

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BY DR. ROBERT WALLACE • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION Dr Wallace: Help! I’m hoping you’ll have some advice to help me get rid of this problem, which seems to be wrecking my whole life at the moment. I was going with this boy last summer and I thought I really liked him. He joined the Army, and that’s when I began to realize that I didn’t like him all that much. Other guys here keep looking better and better. After thinking things over, I decided we should break up. We had a lot of differences: He was pushy — I didn’t want that. I practically live at church — he didn’t like that. Plus, a whole lot more differences of opinion. Anyway, now that you kind of have an idea, here’s the

problem: I wrote to him and he answered my letter by saying that he understood and maybe it was for the better. I was so happy to know that he understood that I kept on writing to him (which he had asked me to do), and I made sure he knew we were only friends. Well, just recently he wrote saying, “I don’t want you pretending that you don’t love me if you still do!” I couldn’t believe it! I have told him so many times how I feel. I’m only 17 and have no intentions of getting serious with anybody. He wants to get married. No way! I know in my heart everything is over between us, but he doesn’t. How can I keep him from bugging me about things when I

only have one answer (“No”) to each question he asks? — Nameless, Lake Charles, La. Nameless: All relationship problems should be so easy to solve. Just stop writing to him. Don’t try to be his friend right now because it’s not going to work. He still harbors a hope that the friendship will turn into love. Since you’re adamant that it won’t, write one more courtesy letter letting him know where things stand and inform him this is your last communication with him. Then stop writing. If he keeps writing to you, don’t respond. He’ll get the message eventually. • Dr. Robert Wallace writes for Copley News Service. E-mail him at rwallace@ Copley News Service.


BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION If tomorrow is your birthday: You could reach new heights in your chosen field of endeavor in the year ahead when you let past experiences guide your actions. Cancer (June 21-July 22) — This is one of those days where hard work could pay off more handsomely than usual for you. It is likely to enhance your earning ability and add to your resources. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — You’ll enjoy life a lot better today if you immerse yourself in some kind of significant project or aim for an impressive goal. When you do something important, you’ll feel good about who you are. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Don’t believe people who tell you profit is a dirty word. Engage in honest work and larger returns than usual could be in the offing. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — You shouldn’t permit yourself to be intimidated by the re-

sults of others, because they look at your work, and are equally daunted. Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Conditions that require you to prove yourself will awaken your ambitions today as well as your resourcefulness. Once you get going on a project, you’ll be at your best. Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — That fun charm you possess will turn sour faces into smiles today. Your warmth, enthusiasm and friendliness are capable of penetrating even the hardest of hearts. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — What you have going for you today is greater than anything that might oppose you. Don’t give up at the first hint of trouble. Success comes from perseverance. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — In order to be successful, you must first have confidence in yourself and your abilities. If you need to iron out some kind of an agree-

ment, be firm, be far-sighted and above all be fair. Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) — Benefits you weren’t seeking might be granted you in a development where you were merely trying to be of service to another. It proves that being nice does pay off. Aries (March 21-April 19) — Get involved in some kind of social activity with friends today if you can. You’ll have a wonderful time, even if you’re not with you’re regular pals. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Shift your needs to second place today and attend to the immediate cares of those in your charge. Once you’ve secured their interest, you’ll feel free to do as you please. Gemini (May 21-June 20) — Steer clear of pessimistic people as much as you can, because they would most assuredly have a negative affect on your good outlook today. Hang out with happy types who like to laugh a lot.

why you experience symptoms now unless you have been exposed to an allergen, are on a new medication, herb or other supplement, or have had an unidentified occurrence in your life. Could you have undiagnosed rosacea or seborrheic dermatitis? Have you changed jobs and are exposed to central air conditioning or different cleaning agents? Did you get a new pet? Pramosone is a hydrocortisone steroid, Doxycycline is an antibiotic and Prascion is an antibacterial agent. Your skin specialist appeared to cover all the bases but failed to alleviate your symptoms. Therefore, you should request referral to another dermatologist who can either correctly diagnose your condition or determine what is causing it and prescribe accordingly.

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Dear Dr. Gott: Our 30-yearold grandson has a history of cluster headaches that started when he was in elementary school. He also has ADD. Could that have anything to do with the headaches? What do you recommend as the best medication for adult ADD? Dear Reader: Cluster headaches can occur every day or over a period of weeks or months. They can occur during a particular season, only to reappear the following year during the same time period. They can strike quickly, without warning, and appear all on the same side of the head. They may be present at the same time on successive evenings, and sufferers can almost set their clocks and calendars by their occurrence. They often occur during the night and appear to most commonly affect middleaged men. Symptoms can include a

Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.


• Jumbles: Write to Dr. Peter Gott in care of United Yesterday’s Answer: Media, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 440920167. RELEASE DATE– Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

1116 Main Street

Beautifully restored to former glory! Very spacious-great for entertaining! 3 bedrooms/2 1/2 baths. Careful attention to detail-crown moulding, tray ceilings, original staircase, gas-log fireplaces! $539,000

780 Grange Hall Rd. Very nice, well maintained double wide home on Grange Hall Road. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, eat in kitchen with large living area. Looks brand new, must see. ONLY $50,000.

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01. Legals

05. Notices

IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WARREN COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI RONALD GLEN POWERS AND MARY ELIZABETH POWERS, MOTHER AND FATHER OF CHRISTOPHER CHASE POWERS, DECEASED AND CAMERON ASHLEY POWERS, SISTER OF CHRISTOPHER CHASE POWERS, DECEASED PETITIONERS VS. ALL KNOWN AND UNKOWN HEIRS-AT-LAW OF CHRISTOPHER CHASE POWERS, DECEASED DEFENDANTS NO. 2010-257GN SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF WARREN TO: All Known and Unknown Heirs and Wrongful Death Beneficiaries of Christopher Chase Powers, Deceased NOTICE TO DEFENDANT You have been made a Defendant in the Petition to Determine Heirship and for Other Relief filed in this Court by Ronald Glen Powers, Mary Elizabeth Powers and Cameron Ashley Powers, Petitioners, seeking determination of any and all known and unknown heirs and wrongful death beneficiaries of Christopher Chase Powers, Deceased. Defendants other than you in this action are: none. You are summoned to appear and defend said Petition 10:30 o'clock a.m. on the 8th of September, 2010, in the Warren County Courthouse in Vicksburg, MIssissippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend a judgment will be entered as requested by the Petitioner. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading but you may do so if you desire. Issued under my hand and the seal of said Court, this the 16th day of July, 2010. Dot McGee, Chancery Clerk Warren County, Mississippi (SEAL) BY: /s/ Denise Bailey, D.C. Publish: 7/21, 7/28, 8/4(3t)

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ServiceMaster by Mutter 601-636-5630 05. Notices Runaway Are you 12 to 17? Alone? Scared? Call 601-634-0640 anytime or 1-800-793-8266 We can help! One child, one day at a time.

06. Lost & Found FOUND! BLACK PUPPY. Approximately 2 months old. Highway 61 South. 601-618-3227.

LOST DOG! FEMALE YELLOW LABRADOR. 4 years old, has leash. Broke loose from Louisiana Welcome Center in Mound. Reward. 972922-2460 or email at

07. Help Wanted Class A CDL DRIVERS NEEDED 3 years min. driving experience. •Local hauling •Home Nights Perdido Trucking Service, LLC 251-470-0355 3164 Midtown Park South Mobile, Al 36606

TRUCK DRIVERS Immediate Openings Full Time Class A CDL W/ Haz Mat Good Record Local & Long Haul Vacation Pay & Health Ins.

1-800-748-8931 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday

EARN EXTRA MONEY. Deliver the new AT&T Real Yellow Pages in the Vicksburg area. Full/ Part time, daily work, quick pay, must be 18+ years, have drivers license and insured vehicle. 800-422-1955 Ext. 4, 8:00am- 4:30pm MondayFriday. FULL-TIME RECEPTIONIST/ SECRETARY for law firm. Legal experience preferred, but not required. Excellent benefits. Please send resume with reference contact information included to: Dept. 3729, The Vicksburg Post, P.O. Box 821668, Vicksburg, MS 39182.


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EXPERIENCED NIGHT MANAGER SHIFT LEADERSKITCHEN/ RESTAURANT for Pizza Restaurant. DELIVERY DRIVERS needed with vehicle & insurance. Send resume to: 4102 East Clay St. Vicksburg, MS 39183 or e-mail to:

18. Miscellaneous For Sale

18. Miscellaneous For Sale

WE PAY CASH! for gold, silver, diamonds & coins Scallions Jewelers

07. Help Wanted Come to the

Dealership Transmission Vicksburg Job Fair August 3 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Technician needed. at the Vicksburg Convention Center Current ASE BE PREPARED TO GET THE JOB YOU WANT! FREE qualification required. Job Application/Interview/Resume Workshop Thursday, July 29, 2010 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Call Robert at Auditorium- Multipurpose Building Vicksburg Campus of Hinds Community College 601-802-2620 755 Highway 27 South in Vicksburg Drivers: Transport Service Co. Top Ten Reasons to Drive a Tanker. 1. Dedicated Freight. 2. Frequent Home Time- 1x/wk. 3. Avg. Earnings of $65K. 4. Leading Compensation Pkg w/ Bonuses. 5. Financially Strong Co. 6. Less Wait Time at Customers. 7. Safest Drivers and Equipment in the Industry. 8. No Lumping. 9. Part of the Largest Bulk Carrier in N.A. 10. Expanding Business for Both Drivers & O/O’s. Call Today for an Interview. Peter: 866-410-4733.

Sponsored by: Hinds Community College and the Mississippi Department of Employment Security

To reserve a space call: 601-629-6850 or 601-629-6881

JCPenney &YOU... APerfectFit We are looking for talented individuals to join our team in making Every Day Matter for our customers!

Transport Service Co.’s Top Ten Reasons to Drive a Tanker 1. Dedicated Freight. 2. Frequent Home Time- 1x/wk. 3. Avg. Earnings of $65K. 4. Leading Compensation Pkg w/ Bonuses. 5. Financially Strong Co. 6. Less Wait Time at Customers. 7. Safest Drivers and Equipment in the Industry. 8. No Lumping. 9. Part of the Largest Bulk Carrier in N.A. 10. Expanding Business for Both Drivers & O/O’s.

Call Today for an Interview. 866-410-4733. Ask For Peter

FULL TIME Salon Leader Salon Stylist PART TIME Salon Stylist Flexible Hours • Benefits • Generous Merchandise Discount Career Growth Opportunities

Please apply in person or online: 3505 Pemberton SQ BLVD Vicksburg MS 39180

JCPenney. Every Day Matters

JCPenney is an equal employment opportunity employer


David Mitchell REALTY LTD.

601-634-8303 Office 601-218-8201 Mobile 103 Pear Orchard Drive • 601-218-1900

DRIVER NEEDED MUST have CDL, DOT physical, drug screening, at least 5 years experience. Contact 601-307-7336.

CONFEDERATE RIDGE APARTMENTS now accepting applications for Maintenance Tech. Experience is a must! Call 601-638-0102, for information.

4 to 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, entry parlor, living room, dining room, kitchen, finished attic bonus room, full brick-floored basement level, gated off-street parking, walled w/iron fence front & privacy back, generous porches, security system, etc.


3 CERTIFIED TEACHERS needed for after school program. Hours are 3pm-5:30pm. Please respond promptly by mailing resumes to: Dept. 3730, The Vicksburg Post, P.O. Box 821668, Vicksburg, MS 39182.

LOST A DOG? Found a cat? Let The Vicksburg Post help! Run a FREE 3 day ad! 601-636-SELL or e-mail classifieds@vicksburg

Stanton House 1001 Jackson St


07. Help Wanted

BE YOUR OWN boss! Process medical claims from home on your computer. Call The Federal Trade Commission to find out how to spot medical billing scams. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from The Vicksburg Post and The FTC.

Spectacular Stained Oak Moldings and Unique Mantels Throughout


07. Help Wanted

1207 Washington St. • 601-636-6413

07. Help Wanted

split plan w/ 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA, Huge master suite, gas logs in family room, formal dining, screened in back porch overlooking Golf Course. Upstairs bonus rooms 70% complete.


Debra Grayson

FREE TO GOOD home. 7 mix breed puppies, 6 kittens. 601-629-4371.


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07. Help Wanted

07. Help Wanted

HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED in very busy salon. Full clientèle provided. 601-6366611 SMALL COMPANY LOOKING for energetic Receptionist. Good computer skills and multi tasking ability needed. Great pay and benefits included. Send resumes to: Dept. 3727 The Vicksburg Post P.O. Box 821668 Vicksburg, MS 39182

HVAC/ Sheet Metal Duct installers needed for immediate comm. work in Central MS. Top pay + benefits. Must have own transportation, Valid DL + Drug test req’d. Fax resume to 615.360.1250 or call 877-685-8936

14. Pets & Livestock AKC/ CKC REGISTERED YORKIES, Poodles and Schnauzers $200 to $700! 601-218-5533,

   CKC TOY POODLES. Females, 8 weeks, shots, wormed, vet checked, tails docked. Apricot. Cream. Black. $250-$300. CKC German Shepherds. Female, 6 months, shots, wormed. To good homes. 601-634-0320, 601-415-8585. FAINTING GOATS FOR SALE I have three fainting goats for sale 2 males and 1 female. Asking $100.00 a piece for them. They are located in Tallulah. 318-341-3377

05. Notices

! h a R , h a R , h r a o R f e m i t s It’ . . . l l a b t o o F Show off your Football player, Cheerleader or Band Member by placing their photo in this special page.

Cost: $20 per photo Deadline: August 4th, 2010 Publishes: August 19th, 2010

Bring photo to the Classified Dept. @ The Vicksburg Post or call 601-636-7355 for more information.

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Classified...Where Buyers And Sellers Meet. 18. Miscellaneous For Sale

24. Business Services

27. Rooms For Rent

29. Unfurnished Apartments


$135.00 WEEKLY, utilities, cable, internet, extremely nice. 601-629-8474.

1, 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS, downtown. $400 to $650 monthly, deposit required. 601-638-1746.

•Roof & Home Repair (all types!) •30 yrs exp •1,000’s of ref Licensed • Insured

28. Furnished Apartments

2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES or 3 bedroom apartments, from $500 to $525 monthly, $300 deposit. 601-631-0805 management.


DIRT AND GRAVEL hauled. 8 yard truck. 601638-6740.

1 BEDROOM. FURNISHED, with utilities, washer/ dryer, wireless internet, cable, garage. $200 weekly. 601-638-1746.


I CLEAN HOUSES! 35 years experience, days only. Call 601-529-6650 days or 601-631-2482, nights.

Fresh Seafood, & Sack Oysters, Live Crawfish $1.50/ lb

• LIVE MUSIC • Saturday 9pm-1am Southern Junction “New Country”




C heapest Prices in Town

Crawfish Cooking Every Sunday

14. Pets & Livestock CHOCLATE BROWN MICRFIBER couch. Excellent condition, like new. $350 or best offer. 601-636-8089.

FULL BLOODED SHAR PEI. Wrinkles. 6 weeks. $400. 601-831-3389.


Has Available for Adoption:

35 Dogs 43 Cats 1 Horse Highway 61 South



Foster a Homeless Pet!

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18. Miscellaneous For Sale 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. GOT ROACHES? Use Harris one year home pest control. Mississippi Hardware 601-636-1066, Haden Hardware 601-636-1161. MISC. FOR SALE 1998 KAWASAKI 300 BAYOU 4X4 FOURWHEELER, GOOD CONDITION, NEW TIRES $1700.00 OBO 601-630-6853

THE PET SHOP “Vicksburg’s Pet Boutique” Bring Your Best Friend to our NEW LOCATION, 3508 South Washington Street Not so far, just 1 mile south of Belmont St. Same Great Pet Merchandise, Just More Room!

19. Garage & Yard Sales What's going on in Vicksburg this weekend? Read The Vicksburg Post! For convenient home delivery call 601-636-4545, ask for circulation.

20. Hunting 20 GAUGE WINCHESTEr Youth pump, $170. 2- 50 caliber muzzle loaders, $60 each. 601-6360053, 601-415-3463. KNIGHT MK 85 Stainless 50 caliber uses 209 Primers $400.601-618-1514.

21. Boats, Fishing Supplies What's going on in Vicksburg this weekend? Read The Vicksburg Post! For convenient home delivery, call 601-636-4545, ask for circulation.

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.

24. Business Services

WEDDING ENSEMBLE. Never worn. Size 8 white dress. No train, has blusher, veil, slip and shoes. $500 firm. Christy, 601-831-0231.

BARBARA'S LAWN SERVICE. Grass too tall, give us a call. Low prices, great service. 601-218-8267, 601629-6464, leave message.

29. Unfurnished Apartments

29. Unfurnished Apartments Utilities Paid • No Utility Deposit Required

17. Wanted To Buy WE BUY ESTATES. Households and quality goods. Best prices. You call, we haul! 601-415-3121, 601-661-6074. 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.

18. Miscellaneous For Sale 5300 KODAK EASY Share printer, brand new, still in box, $80. 3000J Lenovo business computer, XP 1GB memory with speakers, used 1 month, $450. 601-634-6121, leave message. CAPTAIN JACK'S SHRIMP Special! Frozen, headless, 5 pounds$24.99. Also Froglegs, Alligator, Crawfish Tails. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. 601-638-7001. CLOCK REPAIR. Antique clocks, grandfather clocks, cuckoo clocks, etcetera. 601638-4003, 601-529-8140.



of writing a classified ad

AA fewvoidaccepted Abbreviations and recognizable abbreviations are ok, but an ad full of them just confuses the reader A good rule of thumb is “Spell it out or leave it out”.

BListeyourAvailable telephone number so that the potential buyer will know how to contact you. State the best hours to call so they’ll know when they can reach you.

C onsider Your Readers Put yourself in the reader’s place. If you were considering buying this item, what would you want to know about it? Give the item’s age, condition, size, color, brand name and any other important information needed to describe it completely & accurately.

D on’t Exaggerate Misleading information may bring potential buyers to your home but it will not help you make the sale. You’ll lose the prospect’s trust and faith as well at the sale.

EPricenteris onetheofPrice the biggest concerns of classified shoppers. Ads that list prices will get their attention first. Including price also helps you avoid inquiries from callers not in our price range. Place Your Classified Ad Today!


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• 1 Bedroom Studios & Efficiencies 2 Bedrooms/ 2 Bath

to Fine Restaurants, Shops, Churches, Banks & Casinos Secure High-Rise Building • Off Street Parking • 9 1/2 Foot Ceilings • Beautiful River Views • Senior Discounts •

601-630-2921 • 801 Clay Street • Vicksburg George Mayer R/E Management

River City Lawn Care You grow it - we mow it! Affordable and professional. Lawn and landscape maintenance. Cut, bag, trim, edge. 601-529-6168. TRACTOR WORK. BUSH hogging and box blade work. 601-618-1514.

25. Wanted To Rent MILITARY FAMILY MOVING to Vicksburg. Looking to rent single family house starting August 1. 3 bedroom, 2 bath/garage desired. Must allow pets. Please call 803-699-8189, 803-312-1224, 803-4135285.

CORPORATE APARTMENT. Fully furnished. $800 monthly, utilities, weekly cleaning, off street parking. 601-661-9747. NEWLY RENOVATED. Completely furnished corporate apartment. All utilities provided including cable and internet. Laundry room, courtyard, security entrance. Great location. $750 - $900 month. 601-415-9027, 601-638-4386. PRE-VIEW VICKSBURG'S FINEST furnished apartments on-line at www. vicksburgcorporatehousing. com 601-874-1116.

29. Unfurnished Apartments $450 MONTHLY! 1 bedroom, gated community, hardwood, washer/ dryer, central heat/ air, elderly and disabled welcome, 1115 First North. 512-787-7840.

27. Rooms For Rent


Voted #1 Apartments in the 2009 Reader’s Choice

• 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. • Beautifully Landscaped • Lake Surrounds Community

• Pool • Fireplace • Spacious Floor Plans 601-629-6300

501 Fairways Drive Vicksburg


Call for Details


11. Business Opportunities

WEEKLY RATE: $80. MONTHLY RATE: $320. NO deposit required. Completely furnished with bed and TV. All utilities paid with central heat and air.

29. Unfurnished Apartments 1 AND 2 BEDROOMS with refrigerator and stove. $400 monthly, $200 deposit. 601-634-8290.

Commodore Apartments

30. Houses For Rent HOME FOR RENT. 3 bedroom 2 bath in OPENWOOD. GREAT CONDITION. Large YARD with lovely covered Patio. Pets Welcome. $1,250/ month. Call Jere' Jabour 601-2180022. Coldwell Banker All Stars. LOS COLINAS. SMALL 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Cottage. Close in, nice. $795 monthly. 601-831-4506.

1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms 605 Cain Ridge Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180

601-638-2231 DOWNTOWN. 2 bedroom 2 bath modern appliances. $700 monthly deposit required. 601-529-8002

NEAR DOWNTOWN 2 bedroom, stove, refrigerator, central air/heat, lighted parking. 601-636-7107

31. Mobile Homes For Rent 16X60 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 12x60 porch. No pets. $200 deposit, $550 monthly. 601-631-1942.

30. Houses For Rent $650 Monthly. Spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Carport, storage cabin, Section 8, County. 601-456-1553. 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath. Central air/ heat, 2212 Martin Luther King Drive. $600 monthly, deposit required. 601-218-9623. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 bath double wide. Fenced back yard. Fireplace, Yokena trailor park. $550 monthly, deposit/ references required. 601-415-2119.

11. Business Opportunities

2 BEDROOM MOBILE home for rent. In Yokena trailer park. References, deposit required. 601-415-2119. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 baths. $625 monthly, $400 deposit, Section 8 welcome. Cooper Lighting area. 303587-0687 or 601-218-6492. MEADOWBROOK PROPERTIES. 2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes, south county. Deposit required. 601-619-9789.

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11. Business Opportunities

601-631-0222 Classified Advertising really brings big results!

29. Unfurnished Apartments


Bradford Ridge Apartments 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


Teachers, stay-at-home parents, college students, nurses. . . they’re all delivering the newspaper in their spare time and earning extra income! It’s easy - and it’s a great way to earn extra cash.

! No Wonder Everybody’s Doing It

To join The Vicksburg Post newspaper team you must be dependable, have insurance, reliable transportation, and be available to deliver afternoons Monday Friday and early mornings Saturday and Sunday.

Your Hometown Newspaper!

Openings Available in:

Oak Ridge & Delta, Louisiana areas

601-636-4545 ext. 181

Score A Bullseye With One Of These Businesses! • Glass

• Construction

Barnes Glass


Quality Service at Competitive Prices #1 Windshield Repair & Replacement

Vans • Cars • Trucks •Insurance Claims Welcome•

AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS Jason Barnes • 601-661-0900

• Bulldozer & Construction

BUFORD CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 601-636-4813 State Board of Contractors Approved & Bonded Haul Clay, Gravel, Dirt, Rock & Sand All Types of Dozer Work Land Clearing • Demolition Site Development & Preparation Excavation Crane Rental • Mud Jacking


New Homes

Framing, Remodeling, Cabinets, Flooring, Roofing & Vinyl Siding State Licensed & Bonded

Jon Ross 601-638-7932 ROY’S CONSTRUCTION

RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL New Construction & Remodeling


• Lawn MobileCare Home Services

River City Landscaping, LLC

Magnolia Mobile Parts 634-6579

• Dozer / Trackhoe Work • Dump Truck • • Bush Hogging • Box Blade • Demolition • Debris Removal • Lawn Maintenance • Deliver Dirt -13 yd. load $85 locally • Gravel • Sand • Rock Res. & Com. • Lic. & Ins. Robert Keyes, Jr. (Owner) 601-529-0894

up Supplies •Tubs, Faucets •Vinyl Siding •Carpet, Tile •Roof Sealant •Doors & Windows •Air Conditioners •Skirting


“If we don’t have it, we’ll get it”

• Signs


Show Your Colors! Post Plaza 601-631-0400

1601 N. Frontage Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180 • Lawn HandyMan Care Services

• Printing


• Business Cards • Letterhead • Envelopes • Invoices • Work Orders • Invitations (601) 638-2900 Fax (601) 636-6711 1601-C North Frontage Rd Vicksburg, MS 39180






Joe Rangel - Owner

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601.636.7843 • 601.529.5400 From small repair projects to home upgrades...We’re not satisfied until You are. Call today for your Free Estimate!

All Business & Service Directory Ads MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE !

The Car Store CARS • CARS • CARS• CARS• CARS 02 NISSAN SENTRA GXE V1915..............24 Months @ 320 per month ......$840*down 04 CHEVY MALIBU V2000........................20 Months @ 260 per month ......$905*down 01 CHEVY MALIBU LS V1845R ..............20 Months @ 280 per month ..$1030*down 00 BUICK CENTURY V1976 ......................24 Months @ 280 per month ..$1065*down 02 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT V2014 ....24 Months @ 300 per month ....$1110*down 04 CHEVY CAVALIER LS V1982 ..............24 Months @ 330per month ....$1125*down 04 CHEVY MALIBU LS V1986 ................24 Months @ 350 per month ....$1170*down 02 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT V2009 ..24 Months @ 290 per month ..$1245*down 04 NISSAN ALTIMA V2015 ......................24 Months @ 320 per month ..$1365*down 03 CHEVY IMPALA LS V2019..................24 Months @ 310 per month ....$1395*down 03 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS LS V2017 24 Months @ 350 per month $1485*down 00 FORD MUSTANG V2011 ......................24 Months @ 310 per month ....$1500*down TRUCKS • TRUCKS • TRUCKS • TRUCKS 04 BUICK RENDEZVOUS V2016 ................24 Months @ 370 per month ....$1740*down 02 FORD SPORTAGE 4WD V2018 24 Months @ 370 per month ............$1950*down 02 FORD EXPEDITION SUPERCAB WD V2020 24 Months @ 380 per month $2130*down $



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• CLASSIFIEDS • 601-636-7355 • •


601-638-6015 • 2800 Clay Street • Vicksburg, MS


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

32. Mobile Homes For Sale

34. Houses For Sale


33. Commercial Property BUILDING FOR SALE or Lease. 1905B Mission 66. Broker/ Owner Greg. 601291-1148.


1911 Mission 66 Office or Retail Suite B-Apprx. 2450 sq. ft. Great Location! Easy Access! High Visability!

Brian Moore Realty Connie - Owner/ Agent


34. Houses For Sale

34. Houses For Sale

119 Tower Drive. 3 bedroom 2 bath, plus loft, swimming pool, hot tub. $169,900. 601-638-4215, 601-870-7693.

Open Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm 117 THORNHILL. Completely remodeled home in Bovina school district. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large eat-in kitchen, on 2 acres, with over 1300 square feet. $89,900. Call Eric at 601529-9448, Coldwell Banker.

Ask Us.


4413 NAILOR ROAD, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1628 square feet, great condition. Beautiful home. 601-218-3566, 601218-5739. $154,000

Rely on 20 years of experience in Real Estate.

2170 S. I-20 Frontage Rd.

Candy Francisco FHA & VA Mortgage Originator ! Conventional ! Construction Mortgage ! First-time Loans Homebuyers !

DAVID A. BREWER 601-631-0065

Rental including Corporate Apartments Available


Member FDIC

2150 South Frontage Road

Classifieds Really Go The Distance! Call

601-636-SELL To Place Your Ad.


Licensed in MS and LA

5 BR, 3.5 BA home on 4.6 acres on quiet county cul-de-sac.

Jones & Upchurch Real Estate Agency Carla Watson...............601-415-4179 Judy Uzzle-Ashley....601-994-4663 Mary D. Barnes.........601-966-1665 Stacie Bowers-Griffin...601-218-9134 Rip Hoxie, Land Pro....601-260-9149 Jill Waring Upchurch....601-906-5012 Andrea Upchurch.......601-831-6490


Broker, GRI

601-636-6490 40. Cars & Trucks

Lake Chotard

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 Sybil Caraway....601-218-2869 Catherine Roy....601-831-5790 Rick McAllister..601-218-1150 Mincer Minor.....601-529-0893 Jim Hobson.........601-415-0211





40. Cars & Trucks

1973 FORD F100 4x4. $850. Not running, needs work. 601-638-5181. 2002 XLT BLACK Ford Ranger, loaded, Good shape. 112,000 miles. $6,000. 601-636-2579. 2004 FORD RANGER Extended Cab. 3.0, V6, cruise and AC. 87,400 miles. $7950. 601-638-7370.

365 Ziegler Road. 3/2, waterfront, 7 yrs old, 2 decks, furnished, never flooded. Call Bette Paul Warner, 601-218-1800, McMillin Real Estate

EASY FINANCING Look NO Further! •2001 Chrysler Sebring Only $850 Down •2000 Ford Explorer $1150 Down •2004 Nissan Altima $1400 Down

Gary’s Cars Hwy 61 South

37. Recreational Vehicles

For pre-approval

2009 BAD BOY BUGGY I have a 2009 Bad Boy Buggy for sale. It is in like new condition. Asking $10,000.00. It is located in Tallulah. 318-574-5230 Ask for Jeremy

MUTUAL CREDIT UNION has a 2004 White Pontiac Grand Am. 82,000 miles. $5,000. If you have any questions, please call 601-636-7523 ext 258.




40. Cars & Trucks

40. Cars & Trucks


Finding the car you want in the Classifieds is easy, but now it’s practically automatic, since we’ve put our listings online.


Check the real estate listings in the classifieds daily. 29. Unfurnished Apartments

40. Cars & Trucks

NORTH COUNTY. 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. Large wired workshop, fenced backyard. $125,000. 601-618-1050.



Classifieds Really Work!

40. Cars & Trucks

McMillin Real Estate

34. Houses For Sale

Daryl Hollingsworth..601-415-5549

1803 Clay Street

My property listings in this ad keep selling! I need MORE LISTINGS! Give me a call to discuss putting your property on the market and IN THIS AD.


34. Houses For Sale

307 Drusilla Lane. Peaceful 3 bedroom, 1.5 baths, fenced backyard. $75,000. Antonio Cobbs, 601-618-1832.

Big River Realty


CLOSET PHOBIA? Clear out the skeletons in yours with an ad in the classifieds.

34. Houses For Sale

The Vicksburg Post

29. Unfurnished Apartments


4105 E. CLAY ST. • V ICKSBURG , MS • HOURS: SALES 9-7 • SERVICE 7:30-5:30

Great Location, Hard-Working Staff JIM GEARY







601-638-7831 • 201 Berryman Rd

AUDUBON PLACE For those adults who like a safe community setting with the best neighbors in Vicksburg. Discount for Senior Citizens available

415-3333 • 638-1102 • 636-1455


2003 Toyota Corolla - #6P4495

2002 Mazda MX-5 Miata #6P4450A

2002 Audi A-6 - #600224A

2005 Chrysler Sebring - #600169TA

2005 Toyota Corolla - #600172A






2008 Toyota Yaris - #6P4499

2004 Nissan Frontier - #600176B

2008 Toyota Scion - #61002A

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2003 Dodge Ram SLT #610016B






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2008 Chevrolet Impala LS #6P4479

2006 Nissan Murano - #600217A

2008 Honda Civic EXL - #600225A

2006 Honda Accord- #6P4396






2007 RAV 4 - #6P4497

2008 Nissan Rouge S - #600170A

2009 Toyota Camry LE - #6P4461

2006 Toyota Highlander - #600191A

2009 Toyota Camry - #600185A






2009 Ford E-150 Van - #600196TA

2008 Toyota RAV 4 - #6P4431

2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT

2010 Toyota Camry LE - #600194A

2008 Toyota Tundra - #600230TA





2009 Ford Focus - #6P4492A

2009 Honda CRV 7,000 mi., moon roof

2007 Chevrolet Tahoe LS - #6P4458

2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser - #600206A

2006 Ford F-250 Lariat - #600077A




• Rent Based On Income


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- $21,995

Newest Properties offered in the most exclusive Richmond and Mound areas: 201 Lois Lane - Richmond, LA - 5 BR, 3.5 BA, 2 story, completely remodeled, over 4,000 heated Sq. Ft., 2 lots and shop. 114 Burnside Drive - Richmond, LA - 3 BR, 3 BA, central A/H, formal living & dining, den, large patio, almost 3 acres, 3,186 heated Sq. Ft. LAST OF ITS KIND! Burnside Extension Richmond, LA - nearly 2 acres, shaded lot. 120 Erwin-Lusby Road - Mound, LA - 3 BR, 2 BA, central A/H, 2.7 acres, pool, pool house w/kitchen area and bath, over 3,400 heated Sq. Ft., Cantrell Cove area. Cindy Clark, Broker, 318-341-9292 Craig Clark, II, 318-282-2081



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