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HONORED CROW ABOUT IT
Vicksburg woman is Alcornite of the Year Ground chicken takes top award
WE DN E SDAY, mAY 13, 2009 • 50¢
hER OwN LOCkS OF LOVE Health-care
IN mEmORY By The Associated Press
Jackson, Mississippi WASHINGTON — House
remember Speaker Nancy Pelosi said today
that her chamber would have a
Frank Melton sweeping health-care bill on the
A3 floor by the end of
July, an announce-
SPORTS ment that Presi-
dent Barack Obama
“That’s the kind of
energy and deter-
mination that we
need,” the president
said at the White House Speaker
House, standing on Nancy Pelosi
the south driveway with Pelosi and
DOWN TO Democratic leaders of the relevant
THE WIRE House committees.
“We are not going to rest until we
PCA plays today, have delivered,” Obama said. “Our
St. Al Thursday merediTh spencer•The Vicksburg PosT health-care system is broken.”
Pelosi, D-Calif., and other House
D1 Sixteen-year-old Nicolette Davis grimaces, above, as she looks at the
Democrats had met with Obama
giant lock of hair just cut by stylist Paige Kirklin. Nicolette’s mother, and Vice President Joe Biden in
WEATHER Sheree Collins, is in the background, apparently equally as eager the Oval Office just before going
about the haircut. Nicolette’s hair is being donated to Locks of Love, outside to make their announce-
a public nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to financially ment. No Republicans were
Partly cloudy, low of 67
disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada. The sopho- present.
more at Vicksburg High School said she got the idea to grow out her “We promised him that we will
Partly cloudy, high of 85
hair and give it away about a year and a half ago when she saw a have this important legislation
young cancer patient in Northpark Mall trying on a wig. “If I had can-
43.0 feet See Overhaul, Page A7.
cer I would want someone to give me hair if I was in that situation,”
Rose: 0.6 foot
said Nicolette, who was diagnosed in 1993 with a liver and lung dis-
Flood stage: 43 feet
order caused by the absence of the enzyme antitrypsin. She also has
A7 been diagnosed with mitochondrial myopathy and osteoporosis. At
right, Nicolette shows off her hair after it was cut.
• Hilliard Berry Jr. Upchurch dies
• George T. Bryant
By Ben Bryant
• Ruben Johnson
• Charlene E. Simmons
• William Douglas Doug Upchurch, a Realtor who
Upchurch helped establish River City Rescue
A7 Mission and keep
it going, died today,
TODAY IN HISTORY May 13, 2009. He
1917: Three shepherd chil- Mr. Upchurch,
dren near Fatima, Portugal, born in Brooks-
report seeing a vision of ville and reared in
the Virgin Mary. McComb, had bat-
1994: President Bill Clinton tled health prob-
nominates federal appeals lems previously Doug
and apparently had Upchurch
Judge Stephen G. Breyer to
the U.S. Supreme Court to a heart attack early this morning,
replace retiring Justice Har- said Warren County Coroner Doug
ry A. Blackmun.
See Upchurch, Page A7.
Classifieds ............................ C5 Renovated visitor center
Comics .................................. B4
Puzzles .................................. C3
Dear Abby ........................... C3
‘a whole new beginning’
People/TV ............................ C4 By Steve Sanoski for nearly 20 years. “This is
firstname.lastname@example.org just so much more comfort-
CONTACT US able, relaxing and tourist-
With the smell of fresh friendly.”
Call us paint lingering, the visitor The $120,000, three-month-
Advertising ...601-636-4545 center on Clay Street was long renovation was the first
Classifieds ...... 601-636-SELL opened to the public by the facelift the 30-year-old build-
Circulation .....601-636-4545 Vicksburg Convention and ing has received, said Bill
News................601-636-4545 Visitors Bureau on Tues- Seratt, director. Along with
day as part of the weeklong structural work completed
E-mail us National Tourism Week on the building, walls were
See A2 for e-mail addresses celebration. knocked out to create a more
“It’s like a whole new begin- open atmosphere. New light-
ONLINE ning,” said Mary Anderson, ing, flooring and siding were merediTh spencer•The Vicksburg PosT
www.vicksburgpost.com manager of the center who installed. The storage area Sherry Jones, right, group service manager of the newly renovated visitor center on
has worked for the tour- Clay Street, talks with Warren County Supervisor Bill Lauderdale during an open house
VOLUME 127 ism development agency See VCVB, Page A7. Tuesday.
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A2 Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The Vicksburg Post
A SPECIAL RUN Couple jailed for meth
PUBLISHED EACH DAY
In The Vicksburg Post Building
at home near Eagle Lake
1601-F North Frontage Road
Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180
A Vicksburg couple was in
the Warren County Jail this
morning accused of manufac- from staff reports
News, Sports, turing crystal methamphet- said Stewart.
Advertising, Business: amine at their home near He was held without bond.
601-636-4545 Eagle Lake.
Circulation: 601-636-4545 The arrests were for a crys-
Fax: 601-634-0897 tal meth bust in the county, City man charged
which makes 13 busts in the with felony eluding
SUBSCRIPTION county since the beginning of
the year. A Vicksburg man was in
INFORMATION the Warren County Jail this
Kathryn Tuggle, 26, and
By Carrier morning for eluding officers.
Jonathan Jolly, 38, both of
Seven Days Per Week 162 Pecanwood Drive, were Anthony Crayton, 39, 1204
$14 per month arrested at 1:45 p.m. at their Howard St., was arrested at
Six Days Per Week home and charged with pos- 12:55 Tuesday by Mississippi
(Monday-Saturday) session of a controlled sub- Highway Patrol and charged
$11.25 per month stance, possession of pre- with felony eluding, jail
Fri., Sat., Sun. & Mon. cursor chemicals and the records said.
manufacturing of meth- He was held without bond.
$10.75 per month
Advance payments of two amphetamine, said Warren
months or more should be County Sheriff Martin Pace. Trailer, radios, jewelry
paid to The Vicksburg Post for Tuggle and Jolly were cook-
ing crystal meth as Warren
among missing items
proper credit. All carriers are A theft of an 8-by-16-foot util-
County deputies served a
independent contractors, not ity trailer valued at $2,500 was
search warrant, after about a
employees. reported at 12:53 p.m. Tuesday
monthlong investigation into
By Mail the home, said Pace. from a yard at Hill City Oil in
(Paid In Advance) Jolly was arrested in the the 500 block of Port Termi-
Seven Days Per Week backyard of the home after he nal Circle at the Vicksburg
$77.25/3 months ran out the back door with a Harbor.
Sunday Only canister of chemicals as depu- Separately, three auto bur-
$47.25/3 months ties were making their way glaries were reported at 12:56
DELIVERY INFORMATION inside, said Pace. p.m. Tuesday at Falco Lime,
To report delivery problems, Deputies recovered several 1543 Haining Road.
grams of finished product Two Cobra CB radios valued
along with meth oil, said Pace. at $600 and a Galaxy CB radio
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tuggle and Jolly were being valued at $350 were reported
Saturday-Sunday: 7 a.m.-11 a.m. missing from three differ-
held without bond.
Holidays: 7 a.m.-9 a.m. ent semi-trucks belonging to
Member Of Jackson man jailed Falco Lime.
More than $5,000 in jewelry
The Associated Press in theft of automobile was reported missing from a
The Associated Press is entitled home in the 400 block of Lake
A Jackson man was in the
exclusively to the use for Forest Drive Tuesday.
Issaquena County Jail this
republication of all the local news Reported missing at 2:11
morning for an auto theft at
and photographs printed in this p.m. were two Seiko ladies’
newspaper. All other rights are Wal-Mart SuperCenter in
Vicksburg. watches, two rings, two pairs
reserved by Vicksburg Printing of earrings, assorted jewelry
Dexter Miles, 42, 1244 Galla-
and Publishing Company Inc. and prescription drugs.
tin St., was arrested at noon in
Concordia Parish by the sher- Two dogs were reported
Postmaster iff’s office during a traffic stop, missing at 12:04 p.m. Tuesday
Send address changes to: said Lt. Bobby Stewart. from the yard of a home in the
The Vicksburg Post SuzaNNe feLICIaNo•The Vicksburg PosT 400 block of Savage Road.
After an identity check on
Post Office Box 821668 Warren County Deputy Billy Brown carries its way to Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, the national database, Miles A white male pit-bull puppy
Vicksburg, Mississippi 39182 a Mississippi Special Olympics torch as he where the Special Olympics will be played was found to have an arrest with a brown patch on his left
and Undersheriff Jeff Riggs run east on Clay this weekend. Vicki Lee of the City of Biloxi warrant for the auto theft of eye valued at $250 and a white
National Advertising Street this morning. The two were headed Police Department, who brought the torch to an Oldsmobile Alero reported female puppy with brown
missing on April 10 and then patches on both eyes valued
Representatives: from the Warren County Courthouse to Mis- Vicksburg, said all money raised by the torch
recovered the same morning at $250 were missing.
Landon Media Group sissippi 27 to hand off the emblem that is on run goes directly to the athletes.
805 Third Ave. New York, NY in Clinton on Interstate-20,
• COMMUNITy CALENdAR
Mississippi Press Services
371 Edgewood Terrace CLUBS 1315 Adams St.; 601-630- Singles Supporting Singles, 7 City man jailed for rape in La.
5070. p.m. Friday; ages 18 and older;
Jackson, MS 39206 American Legion Tyner Ford MONROE, La. (AP) — A Maj. Don Bartley with Monroe
Buck’s Country Playhouse 2372 Grove St.; 601-529-1232 Vicksburg man has been police said the investigation is
Post 213 — 8 tonight; 1613
— 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feed in or 601-218-2479. arrested by Monroe, La., police ongoing.
Political advertising payable Main St.
the Chicken Coop with pot- New Beginnings — Treasure as the third suspect in the rape Joshua Bradley, an 18-year-
Purple Heart Hill City Chap-
luck supper; music by The and bake sale, 7 a.m.-noon of an unconscious woman at a old former Louisiana Delta
Periodicals Postage Paid ter 680 — 9 a.m. Thursday;
Wild Bunch; 601-638-3193. Saturday, 4345 Lee Road.. January party. Community College student
At Vicksburg, Mississippi Thomas J. Powell, 601-634-
Nature Photography Work- Clover Valley M.B. — Dea- Police say 20-year-old Larry from Pineville, and 19-year-old
0707; Battlefield Inn. Tyrone, 2005 Old Highway 27, Steven Powell of Monroe, who
shop — 10 a.m. Saturday; cons ordination service for
Vicksburg Toastmasters was charged with aggravated also is a former Delta student,
learn the basics; Dr. Bill Stark Cleophus Brown and Omar
2052 — Noon-1 p.m. Thurs- rape. He is being held at Ouach- were charged with aggravated
and Chris Kennedy; at Price L. Nelson, 4 p.m. Saturday;
days, Information Technology ita Correctional Center. No rape last month in the case.
MEMBER Hall and on the trails; 601-629- the Rev. Ava Harvey, speaker;
Lab, Porters Chapel Road; Lau- bond was set Tuesday.
1104; Clinton Community Na- 7670 Mississippi 27.
Verified Audit Circulation rel Gorman, 601-634-4484.
Temple High Class of ‘69 —
ture Center, 617 Dunton Road, LOCAL
Visit us online at: 5:30 p.m. Thursday; planning
Levi’s — A Gathering Place;
dUI CONvICTIONS from staff reports
www.vicksburgpost.com reunion; Willie Moore, 601-
7-10 p.m. Saturday, music by from court reports LeTourneau mural in 1942 and then became pres-
ident of LeTourneau Marines
638-9329; Ridge Apartments.
Blue Icez Dancers — 4:30-6
Eleven found guilty unveiling is Friday for 20 years until his retire-
E-MAIL DIRECTORY p.m. Friday; demonstration;
Summer Leadership Camp The 31st historic Riverfront ment in the mid-1990s.
— Accepting applications; Eleven convictions of driv- E.C. Loflin Jr., retired head
General comments: mural unveiling ceremony,
Jackson Street Community ing under the influence were
spaces are limited; Central MS
recorded in Warren County honoring R.G. LeTourneau, of engineering at LeTourneau,
Prevention Services Inc.; 601- will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the will be the guest speaker.
Retail advertising inquiries: MXO Girls Club — 10:30 a.m. during the week ending Loflin worked with
email@example.com 631-0102. Tuesday. City Front, nearly completing
Saturday; Rolling Acres Com- the eight-year project spear- LeTourneau for more than 60
Inquiries about display munity Center. In Warren County Justice years.
advertising billing and AKA Sorority — Noon Satur-
BENEFITS Court, found guilty of DUI headed by Vicksburg River-
Nancy Bell, Riverfront Com-
first offense: front Mural Committee chair-
accountspayable, payroll, day; Greater Grove Street M.B., Taking It Back Outreach mittee historian, will give the
• Alamgir Rahman, age man Nellie Caldwell.
employment and human 2715 Alcorn Drive. Ministry — 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The mural is sponsored history of LeTourneau.
Thursdays-Fridays, 8 a.m.-2 unavailable, 5845 Ridgewood The final mural unveiling
resources issues: Road, Apt. B3, Jackson, was by C.H. and Jo Wilson of
p.m. Saturdays; buy one, get of the 32nd mural depicting
firstname.lastname@example.org PUBLIC PROGRAMS one free bags of clothes, fur- fined $671.50. Vicksburg and friends of
LeTourneau. Jitney-Jungle and the Glass
Legal advertisements: Vicksburg Senior Center — • Glen F. Ward, 43, 2302 E. Kitchen will be at 10 a.m. May
niture and other items; 1314 C.H. Wilson’s father, Clyde
email@example.com Thursday: 9 a.m., bridge; 10, Georgia St., Ruston, La., was 29, and a reception after is
Fillmore St.; 601-638-0794 or H. Wilson, was an original
chair exercises; 1 p.m., bingo; fined $671.50. scheduled at the Art Park to
Home delivery complaints or 601-831-2056. In Vicksburg Municipal worker who helped build the
inquiries about 2, canasta. LeTourneau Vicksburg plant celebrate the completion of
Porters Chapel Men’s Club Court, found guilty of DUI
circulation billing: Warren County-Vicksburg the mural project.
Barbecue Bake Sale — 10 first offense:
firstname.lastname@example.org Public Library Schedule — a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; $7.50, • Antonio P. Brown, 24, 2727
A r e Yo u H u r t i n g ?
Classified ads or to report 10:30 a.m. Thursday, story chicken plate with trimmings; Alcorn Dr., was fined $681.
classified billing problems: time for day care groups. delivery for six or more; 601- • Chastity Leeanne Dun-
email@example.com Serenity Overeaters Anony- 636-2966. away, 37, 2961 Culkin Road,
mous — 6-7 p.m. Wednes- was fined 681.
days, Bowmar Baptist Church,
room 102C; 601-638-0011.
CHURCHES • Reneta F. Grant, 37, 1319
Mundy St., was fined $661. H AV I N G T R O U B L E W I T H:
Church news Bypass Church of Christ — • Billy Joe Gregory, 36, 464
Brain Injury Association of
and church briefs: Mississippi — “Bowl-O-Ra-
Gospel revival meeting, 7 to-
night-Thursday; David Shan-
Dixon St., Shreveport, La., * Anger Management?
firstname.lastname@example.org was fined $681.
ma,” 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Para-
dise Lanes in Jackson; RSVP to
non of Mount Juliet, Tenn., • Charles E. Holifield, 58, * Eating Disorders?
speaker; 787 U.S. 61 North. 420 Buford Drive, was fined
New Rock of Ages — Reviv- 681. * Sexual Addiction?
News about youth and Eastside A.A. — 6:30 p.m. • James S. Jackson, 41, 2914
releases from colleges and Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri-
al, 7 tonight-Friday; the Rev.
Charles Thompson, speaker; Drummond St., was fined
schools: days; 9 a.m. Sundays; noon Dr. M.R. Reed, pastor; 2944 $1,022.32. * Alcohol or Chemical
email@example.com Thursdays; Mafan Building, Valley St. • Valentine Perez, 46, 2030
News releases for the news 1315 Adams St., second floor. China Grove Road, was fined Dependency?
Triumph Ministry — Accept- $681.
and features departments 100% Narcotics Anonymous ing applications for Sum- • Stephen B. Smith, 37, 213
other than those for church, Recovery Group — Noon mer Enrichment program for Consider help for your hurts. Celebrate Recovery,
Hartley Road, was fined $706.
sports or school news: Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Thursdays grades K-12; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. a Christian-based twelve-step recovery program
In Vicksburg Municipal
firstname.lastname@example.org and Saturdays; Nathan G., Monday-Friday, Kings Em- meets each Friday evening at the Mafan Building
Court, found guilty of DUI
731-460-9546. powerment Center; 601-634- second offense: 1315 Adams Street. Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.
Letters to the editor:
email@example.com Celebrate Recovery — Sup- 4788 after 11 a.m. • Ramiro A. Noel, 34, 802
port group, 6 p.m. Fridays; House of Peace Worship — Walnut St., was fined 981. For more information contact First Baptist Church at 601.636.2493
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 A3
Stanford exec FEMA chief Fugate confirmed
from Miss. after La. Sen. Vitter lifts hold
indicted in WASHINGTON — The
Senate confirmed President
the south animal hybrids” would be
a crime in Louisiana, pun-
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
fraud case Barack Obama’s pick to head
aged so badly by the 2005
storm and flood waters that
ishable by up to 10 years
in prison, under legislation
approved Tuesday by a state
HOUSTON (AP) — The chief
management it merited the federal govern- Senate panel.
investment officer for Texas bil-
agency Tues- ment pay to replace it. Scientific researchers in
lionaire R. Allen Stanford’s com-
day after a FEMA is offering $150 mil- some areas have tried to
panies became the first person
Louisiana lion — $126 million for build- create human embryonic
Tuesday indicted in a federal
Republican ing damage and $24 million stem cells, which scientists
investigation of an alleged mas-
agreed to stop for damage to building con- say could be used to develop
sive Ponzi scheme.
joe ellisThe associaTed press blocking the tents — and Jones repeated treatment for a variety of
A Houston federal grand jury Craig
Matthew R. Melton, son of Mayor Frank Melton, seen in vote amid the prior position of FEMA human ailments, by plac-
indicted Laura Pendergest-Holt Fugate
portrait at right, speaks during a memorial service at Thalia bipartisan that not enough was done to ing human DNA into animal
of Baldwyn, Miss., on one count
of conspiring to obstruct a Mara Hall in Jackson Tuesday. criticism that the agency was guard the building against cells. But such practices are
left vulnerable with hurri- further decay after the controversial for a number of
Securities and Exchange Com-
cane season just a few weeks storm. reasons.
mission investigation into the
away. The state has argued it
Stanford Financial Group and
a second count of obstructing
Craig Fugate took over the is owed $492 million and Six Flags blocked
Federal Emergency Manage- believes it has the studies
from removing assets
for dedication to city
ment Agency on a voice vote and documentation to back
Each count carries up to five
by the Senate. A former Flor- that up. NEW ORLEANS — Six
years in prison and a $250,000
ida emergency management Flags Inc. on Tuesday was
fine. Pendergest-Holt was set
to appear in court on the new By Holbrook Mohr never be with those cold and chief, he had garnered broad Gov. Jindal signs prohibited by a civil judge
bipartisan support. from removing any equip-
charges Thursday. She remains The Associated Press timid souls who know neither
victory nor defeat.” Sen. David Vitter had put ‘mega-fund’ bill ment, rides or other assets
free on a $300,000 bond issued
JACKSON — Late Jack- Melton came to Mississippi a hold on confirming Fugate BATON ROUGE — Gov. from its New Orleans theme
after she was arrested in Febru-
son Mayor Frank Melton was from Tyler, Texas, in the 1980s until FEMA officials provided Bobby Jindal signed the first park that’s still shuttered fol-
ary on an obstruction charge.
remembered during a memo- to take over Jackson NBC affili- answers on several lingering bill of the regular legislative lowing Hurricane Katrina.
rial service Tuesday as a ate WLBT-TV. His wife, Ellen, questions involving Hurri- session into law Tuesday, a The company must also
said he expects federal pros-
larger-than- a p e d i at r i - cane Katrina rebuilding. measure tied to his plans to sufficiently secure the prop-
ecutors will seek additional
indictments against other Stan- life personality cian, and their spend $50 million to keep a erty to bar against theft and
ford executives. who dedicated two children FEMA won’t pay Farmerville chicken plant refrain from collecting any
open in a deal with a Califor- hurricane-related insurance
“She will plead not guilty and himself to help-
to replace N.O. hospital nia company. proceeds.
looks forward to fighting the
charges,” attorney Jeff Tillot- The flamboy- said he didn’t NEW ORLEANS — The Lawmakers will vote today Civil District Judge Tiffany
son said. “She was truthful ant former tele- intend to stay Federal Emergency Man- on whether to spend the G. Chase signed a 15-day
in everything she did and we vision execu- in Jackson but agement Agency said the money. temporary restraining order
intend on proving that.” tive died May he fell in love state hasn’t proved it’s owed Sen. Mike Walsworth’s at the request of City Attor-
The SEC has accused Stan- 7 at the age of with the city nearly half a billion dollars bill rewrites the eligibility ney Penya Moses-Fields, who
ford and his top executives of 60. At the time, and wanted to to replace a New Orleans requirements for the $414 maintains that Six Flags is
conducting an $8 billion fraud Melton was make it a better hospital damaged by Hur- million economic develop- preventing redevelopment in
by advising clients to buy cer- facing a second place. He unof- ricane Katrina, says a letter ment “mega-fund” so the eastern New Orleans by not
tificates of deposit at the Anti- federal trial ficially adopted obtained Tuesday by The chicken processing plant reopening the park and rob-
gua-based Stanford Interna- related to the The casket of Jackson Mayor dozens of trou- Associated Press. deal can receive the dollars. bing the city of sales tax rev-
tional Bank. sledgehammer Frank Melton is flanked bled kids over Gary Jones, an acting enue and jobs the park once
In its lawsuit filed in Febru- destruction of a by sprays of flowers and the years. regional administrator for Panel votes to outlaw generated. Katrina struck
duplex he con- an honor guard at Thalia Melton col- the agency, said in a letter the city Aug. 29, 2005.
ary, the SEC said Stanford’s
Antigua-based bank adver- sidered a crack Mara Auditorium in Jackson lapsed at his to the Governor’s Office human-animal hybrids Six Flags spokesman
tised its CDs in a brochure tout- house. home shortly of Homeland Security and BATON ROUGE — Com- Sandra Daniels said the
Tuesday. Emergency Preparedness company would have no
ing an investment philosophy At the after the polls bining human and animal
“anchored in time-proven con- crowded ceremony in a Jackson closed May 5 in Jackson’s that the state did not prove cells to create what are comment.
servative criteria.” But rather auditorium, however, Melton Democratic primary. Melton Charity Hospital was dam- sometimes called “human-
than maintaining diversified was remembered for generos- finished third in the balloting,
investments, the Stanford ity, mentoring troubled youth but aides said he never knew
bank’s portfolio was “misap- and fighting illegal drugs. the results of the election. • Leaders in comprehensive eye care
propriated by Defendant Allen His adult son, Matthew, Matthew Melton said there • Treatment of eye diseases
Stanford and used by him to recited the words of Theodore were times when he didn’t • Routine refractive exams
acquire private equity invest- Roosevelt. understand why his father • Partners with cataract specialists of Jackson Eye
ments and real estate.” “It is not the critic who would spend so much time Associates and retinal specialists of UMC
In an amended complaint, the counts; not the man who with other children, but now • Shop the optical boutique for all your eyewear -
SEC accused Stanford and his points out how the strong man he does. The younger Melton sun, safety, fashion & post-op
finance chief, James M. Davis,
of conducting a “massive Ponzi
stumbles, or where the doer of said over the last few days he
deeds could have done them had an opportunity to spend
better,” Matthew Melton said. time with some of the young
In-house lab for faster service
C ClinicLOptical N S
O & L I Boutique
scheme.” In a Ponzi scheme,
early investors are paid returns “The credit belongs to the man men his father mentored.
C. CHRIS COLLINS, O.D.
from money put in by later who is actually in the arena, “My dad took care of those 601-638-2081 • Located at 1206 Mission 66, Vicksburg
investors. whose face is marred by dust kids and in my time of need,
The allegations against Pen- and sweat and blood ... if he they came back and took care
dergest-Holt in Tuesday’s
indictment are similar to those
fails, at least fails while daring of me,” he said.
greatly, so that his place shall
Fun is Coming
Summer Pool Parties, Vacation
detailed in a criminal complaint
filed February in Dallas federal Is Your
court — where the SEC filed its
lawsuit. Raymond High to keep Smile
The indictment accuses Pen-
dergest-Holt of lying to SEC
investigators about know-
ing the true value of one of
freshmen separate Call for an appointment today
Stanford International Bank’s RAYMOND (AP) — Ray- ance they need when transi- and trust Dr. Winters and her
largest portfolios, which con- mond High School’s freshmen tioning to high school. staff with all your dental needs
tained more than 80 per- won’t take classes with the Hinds County’s other high
rest of the school this fall. school, Terry, has a wing for its Most Insurances Accepted
cent of the bank’s purported Financing Available
investments. The group of 160 underclass- ninth-graders, as does North- VISA • MasterCard • CHIPS
men instead will attend Hinds west Rankin in Rankin County.
Internal documents show that (601) 638-0321
about $3.2 billion of this portfo-
lio’s purported value consisted
County Schools’ 9th-grade
academy opening at Carver
But those students still can
interact with upperclassmen. KIMBERLY V. WINTERS, D•.M.D.
• FAMILY DENTISTRY
1002 Mission Park Dr., Vicksburg
of investments in artificially Middle School in August. Handley said the academy
valued real estate and at least Superintendent Stephen at Carver Middle is the first in
$1.6 billion in undocumented Handley said the academy is Hinds County where the fresh-
loans to “Executive A,” accord- new to the school district and men won’t be on campus with
ing to the indictment. is designed to give freshmen the older students.
the extra attention and guid-
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OLD POST FILES
120 YEARS AGO: 1889
Pat Henry is a candidate for sheriff. • P.R. Magner builds a
float for P.P. Williams and Co. • Capt. and Mrs. Lundy Sherard
leave on the steamer City of Cairo.
110 YEARS AGO: 1899
Conductor J.G. Stafford suffers severe injuries to his foot. •
Free mail deliveries in the residential portion of the city are
reduced from three to two daily.
100 YEARS AGO: 1909
Johnnie Caughlin prepares a schedule for the City Base-
ball League. • The gasoline launch, Boll Weevil, is damaged
by fire. • The Post tells of a big annex for Dr. D.P. Street’s
90 YEARS AGO: 1919
Alex Fitz-Hugh attends the meeting of the American Legion
in St. Louis. • Johnnie Little writes he fears he may be stuck
in London for some time. • Lt. Noel Amis is training at
80 YEARS AGO: 1929
Guards along the levees are being increased in number in
this district. • Mrs. O.H. Thornell and sons leave on an auto-
mobile trip to Tucson, Ariz.
70 YEARS AGO: 1939
Mrs. Alyne Corbin leaves for visits in Cleveland and Clarks-
dale. • Francis Wilshin defeats Hamilton Hood for the city
60 YEARS AGO: 1949
Mrs. J.D. Hattaway of Yokena is seriously injured when
struck by a car on U.S. 61. • Mississippi Jaycees are wel-
comed by Mayor E.W. Haining and immediately begin their
50 YEARS AGO: 1959
H.L. McKnight announces as a candidate for re-election a
member of the lower house of the Mississippi Legislature. •
Donna Musil enters the Miss Vicksburg contest. • Mrs. John
Stahl is elected president of the Bowmar Avenue PTA.
40 YEARS AGO: 1969
OUR OPINION Hallie D. Holyfield dies. • The Heart of Vicksburg redevelop-
ment plan is explained to members of the Vicksburg Down-
30 YEARS AGO: 1979
Miss Florida Mitchell, a resident of Trace Haven Nursing
Home, dies. • DeWilda McMiller competes in the Fourth Dis-
trict Elks beauty and talent show in Jackson, representing
Fidelity Lodge No. 507 and Eureka Temple No. 737.
20 YEARS AGO: 1989
Newspapers smaller, but their role isn’t School trustees decide Bowmar Elementary will be a total
magnet school, meaning all students attending there this fall
will be selected for the enrichment program. • The Mu Xi
The press is doing a lot of writ- Advertisers are spending much usually from a single-issue or sin- Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority in cooperation
ing about the press. TV and radio of their resources elsewhere in gle-viewpoint stance, are minus- with the Vicksburg Housing Authority presents a workshop
media are giving “pencil-push- increasingly fragmented media cule and no substitute for an on prevention of teen pregnancy.
ers” even more attention than markets. array of daily papers deploying 10 YEARS AGO: 1999
newspapers are giving them- This is a tremendous challenge, hundreds of journalists to cover Charles Beall is building a new bar and restaurant in down-
selves. It is impossible for people to be sure. In recent months the the news at city hall, the state- town Vicksburg. • Tracie Houston is selected as a member
who try to keep informed to Seattle Post-Intelligencer shifted house and beyond. of the Campus Ministry Team Council at Millsaps College. •
imagine a world without newspa- to online publishing only, and the In the last century, columnist Aimee Woodrick is named STAR Student at Porters Chapel
pers. For more than two centu- Rocky Mountain News closed its Walter Lippmann called newspa- Academy.
ries, newspapers have been the doors, both after about a cen- pers “the bible of democracy, the
backbone of American democ- tury and a half of publishing. book out of which a people deter- MODERATELY CONFUSED
VOICE YOUR OPINION
racy, providing a daily flow of Many other metropolitan dailies mines its conduct.” The truth is,
information. Without newspa- have chopped their staffs to save there is absolutely no replace- Letters to the editor are published by Bill Stahler
under the following guidelines: Ex-
pers, government at all levels money, and such venerable jour- ment for a strong, financially
pressions from readers on topics of
never could have been held nals as The Boston Globe, The independent newspaper beholden current or general interest are wel-
accountable to the people. It’s Miami Herald and the San Fran- to no special interests or the gov- comed. • Letters must be original, not
a broad claim, but true. A half- cisco Chronicle are in jeopardy of ernment in power. copies or letters sent to others, and
dozen reporters provide Missis- folding. Community papers are in some- must include the name, address and
sippi with every word about bills The fundamental reporting of what better shape than their signature of the writer. • Letters must
before the Legislature. If they news has always been done by “metro” cousins, but there’s no avoid defamatory or abusive state-
ments. • Preference will be given to
didn’t, who would? journalists working for newspa- doubt all are facing transforma-
typed letters of 300 or fewer words.
In larger cities, especially, the pers, but broadcast media are tive times. One thing is for sure: • The Vicksburg Post does not print
daily newspaper can no longer be also reducing their news-gather- For a self-governing people, news- anonymous letters and reserves the
taken for granted. The historic ing staffs. Internet bloggers are papers are essential. Doesn’t right to edit all letters submitted. •
business model on which major growing, but even if they last, mean anyone has to like them. Letters in the column do not repre-
papers operate has changed. their news-gathering operations, But they play an essential role. sent the views of The Vicksburg Post.
Torture discussions cross crucial threshold
At long last, a prominent Christian white and brown, are biblical literal- But conservative Christians were a
conservative has called waterboard- ists, insisting that homosexuality is a favored constituency when Bush was
ing what it is: torture. Last week, Richard Land, an official with sin and evolution is heresy because in the White House. Their enthusi-
Richard Land, an official with the the Bible says so. That same Bible asm powered his campaigns; their
Southern Baptist Convention, said the Southern Baptist Conven- introduces a simple teacher who votes helped usher him in; their lead-
the practice is unethical and “vio-
lates everything we stand for.”
tion, said the practice is un- instructed his followers to turn the
other cheek, to repay cruelty with
ers helped push through his agenda,
including his unfortunate war of
“There are some things you should ethical and ‘violates every- kindness, to disregard their personal choice in Iraq. If Land had found
never do to another human being, no safety. Yes, we may be forgiven for his voice on torture then — and per-
matter how horrific the things they cynThia thing we stand for.’ being afraid, but fear cannot justify suaded his conservative colleagues
have done. If you do so, you demean
yourself to their level,” said Land,
TUckER inhumanity to others. How does that
jibe with evangelicals’ support for
to join him — perhaps Bush would
have seen the error of his ways.
president of the SBC’s Ethics and barbaric treatment of detainees? At the very least, Land and his
Religious Liberty Commission. He The religious right certainly isn’t fellow theologians might have been
added, “I don’t agree with the belief tion’s use of the practice years ago. “white mainline Protestants.) responsible for the decisions of the able to curb the enthusiasm for tor-
that we should use any means neces- Land’s comments follow a recent It makes you wonder, doesn’t it? Bush administration, which raised ture among their own parishioners.
sary to extract information.” poll showing that evangelical Protes- Conservative Christians tend to be torture to official policy. Nor were Perhaps they could have added to
His comments, though belated, are tants are less ambivalent about tor- conspicuously pious, loudly proclaim- conservative Christians alone in their condemnations of homosex-
welcome. He breaks a telling silence ture than their fellow citizens. The ing themselves moral, righteous, just. their failure to speak out — loud and uality and abortion a reminder or
about torture among the most politi- Pew Center for Research found that, Yet, their support for torture — even long — against it. Even as reports two about the words of the Galilean
cally active leaders of the religious among Americans as a whole, about against an avowed enemy, even in leaked out about simulated drown- they purport to follow. “Love your
right, who had a tendency to endorse half believe torture can often or times of peril — seems oddly out of ings, chaining prisoners to the ceil- enemies,” he said. It’s not a torture-
all decisions and embrace all prac- sometimes be justified. Pew says 62 step with the radical gospel of a car- ing and slamming them against friendly gospel.
tices of former President George percent of “white evangelical Protes- penter who preached peace, forgive- walls, there were few voices raised •
W. Bush. Indeed, Land had nothing tants” believe so. (Pew’s sample was ness and mercy. “Do unto others as in protest. Much of America stood by Cynthia Tucker is editorial page editor of The
to say about waterboarding when too small to identify groups other you would have them do unto you,” quietly as our ideals were trampled, Atlanta Journal-Consitution. E-mail reaches her
Bush was still in office, though many than “white evangelical Protestants,” he said. international law violated and our at firstname.lastname@example.org.
reports confirmed the administra- “white non-Hispanic Catholics” and Many evangelical Christians, black, moral standing eroded.
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 A5
Fr o m s t a f f a n d A P r e p o r t s
Wall Street opens lower on weak retail sales
NEW YORK — Wall Street
fell sharply in early trad-
buSInESS contract rose to a six-month
high of $60.08 a barrel before
since the Irvine, Calif.-based
foreclosure listing firm began
LOCAL STOCKS ing today after the govern- BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS settling at $58.85, up 35 cents. its report in January 2005.
ment reported weaker-than- index declined 24.92, or 1.45 A gallon of gas was $2.21 in April was the second
The following quotes on Fastenal (FAST) ................ 35.46 expected retail sales in April. percent, to 1,691.00. Vicksburg today, up 20 cents straight month with more
local companies are pro- Family Dollar (FDO) ....... 30.83 The market has put a two- from last week. than 300,000 households
vided as a service by Smith Fred’s (FRED)..................... 13.48 month rally on hold amid con- Oil climbs to near $60 receiving a foreclosure filing,
Barney Citi Group, 112-B Int’l Paper (IP) .................. 13.52 cern that an economic recov-
on falling inventories April foreclosures as the number of borrow-
Monument Place, 601-636- Janus Capital Grp (JNS)10.09 ery won’t come as fast as once ers with mortgage troubles
6914. J.C. Penney (JCP) ............ 27.92 hoped. The disappointing VIENNA — An unexpected
rise 32 percent failed to abate.
Archer-Daniels (ADM)... 25.89 Kroger Stores (KR).......... 21.59 retail sales report added to drop in U.S. crude inventories MIAMI — The number of
American Fin. (AFG) ...... 20.51 Kan. City So. (KSU) ......... 15.57 investors’ uneasiness. propelled oil prices to near U.S. households faced with EU fines Intel $1.45B
Ameristar (ASCA) ............ 19.96 The Commerce Department $60 today on indications that losing their homes to fore-
Auto Zone (AZO) ..........156.98
Legg Mason (LM) .......... 19.20
said retail sales fell 0.4 per- demand may be picking up. closure jumped 32 percent for sales tactics
Parkway Prprties (PKY) 14.93 cent. Economists had fore-
Bally Tech. (BYI) ............... 26.22 Still, forecasts were less in April compared with the BRUSSELS — The Euro-
PepsiAmerica Inc. (PAS)25.16 cast sales would be flat for the
BancorpSouth (BXS)...... 24.10 than rosy. OPEC, in its same month last year, with pean Union fined Intel Corp.
Regions Financial (RF) ... 5.35 month. March sales figures monthly report, said it Nevada, Florida and Cali- a record $1.45 billion today,
Britton Koontz (BKBK) .. 12.00 Rowan (RDC) .................... 18.01 were revised lower as well, to expected oil demand for next fornia showing the high- saying the world’s biggest
Cracker Barrel (CBRL) .... 29.59 Saks Inc. (SKS) .....................3.95 a decline of 1.3 percent from est rates, according to data chip maker used illegal sales
year to grow less than in its
Champion Ent. (CHB)......... .57 Sears Holdings (SHLD) . 54.70 a previous estimate of 1.1 previous estimate because released today. tactics to shut out smaller
Com. Hlth Svcs. (CYH) .. 24.10 Simp.-DuraVent (SSD)... 21.76 percent. of continued clouds over the More than 342,000 house- rival AMD.
Comp. Sci. Corp. (CSC) . 37.40 Sunoco (SUN).................29.602 In morning trading, the world economy. holds received at least one Intel called the decision
Cooper Ind. (CBE) ........... 35.14 Trustmark (TRMK) .......... 21.76 Dow Jones industrial average Benchmark crude for June foreclosure-related notice in “wrong” and said it would
CBL and Assoc. (CBL).......6.87 Tyco Intn’l (TYC).............. 26.06 fell 141.29, or 1.67 percent, to delivery was up 87 cents to April, RealtyTrac Inc. said. appeal. Intel, based in Santa
CSX Corp. (CSX)............... 28.00 Tyson Foods (TSN) ......... 12.20 8,327.82. The broader Stan- $59.72 a barrel by noon in That means one in every 374 Clara, Calif., has about 80
East Grp Prprties (EGP) 32.93 Viacom (VIA) ..................... 21.94 dard & Poor’s 500 index fell European electronic trading U.S. housing units received a percent of the world’s per-
El Paso Corp. (EP) ..............8.70 15.14, or 1.67 percent, to 893.21, on the New York Mercantile foreclosure filing last month, sonal computer microproces-
Walgreens (WAG) ........... 31.44
Entergy Corp. (ETR) ....... 74.31 while the Nasdaq composite Exchange. On Tuesday, the the highest monthly rate sor market.
Wal-Mart (WMT) ............. 50.90
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Afghan official: 95 children died in clash Demjanjuk deemed
KABUL (AP) — Ninety-five
Afghan children are among
fit for German prison
the 140 people said to have
died in a recent U.S.-Taliban
BERLIN — John Demjan-
juk is fit enough to remain nation & world
battle in western Afghanistan, in custody at Germany’s Sta- BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
a lawmaker involved in the delheim prison, officials said sporting events and other
investigation into the deaths today, but it still could take festivities and sold in retail
said today. The U.S. military up to two weeks for Munich stores.
disputed the claim. prosecutors to determine The six face-paint prod-
Afghans blame U.S. air- whether the 89-year-old is fit ucts are being recalled after
strikes for the deaths and enough to stand trial. reports of rashes and skin
destruction in two villages in Demjanjuk is being held irritation, according to the
Farah province. American offi- on suspicion of acting as an Food and Drug Administra-
cials said the Taliban kept vil- accessory to the murder of tion. FDA spokesman Susan
lagers hostage during the fight 29,000 people as a Nazi guard Cruzan said the products
and a spokesman said pay- at the Sobibor death camp. were found to have yeast and
ments to the bereaved offered If doctors at Stadelheim mold counts above industry
incentive to exaggerate. found Demjanjuk to be guidelines.
The list, which also includes unwell, the retired Ohio The FDA said it learned of
65 women and girls, was based autoworker could have been children suffering rashes,
on the testimony of family transferred to a hospital. itchiness, burning sensations
members of the victims, said Anton Winkler, a spokes- and swelling where the face
Obaidullah Helali, a lawmaker man for Munich prosecu- paints were applied.
from Farah and a member of The associaTed press
tors, said Demjanjuk “did Fun Express Inc., which
the government’s investigative U.S. soldiers fire mortars from the Korengal Outpost in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan’s fine” during his first night recalled the products, said in
team. The bodies were buried Kunar Province Tuesday. in prison and was doing well a statement that it sold the
before an investigation took under the circumstances. affected items to 130 custom-
place, and there are no plans during the fight in the villages and $1,000 for the wounded ent grave sites, one with four Demjanjuk arrived in ers and 95 percent of these
to dig them up. of Gerani and Ganjabad. — were ordered by Karzai, he graves, one with 22 graves and Munich on a private jet Tues- sales were before January.
If the Afghan toll is correct, The International Commit- said. one mass grave which con- day after being deported Fun Express is a wholly
it would be the largest case of tee of the Red Cross also has The list of the dead has not tained an unknown number from the United camp. owned subsidiary of Oriental
civilian deaths since the 2001 said that women and children yet been made public, but the of bodies.
Trading Co., the distributor
were among dozens of dead fact that payments are already “The locals couldn’t decide
U.S.-led invasion to oust the
Taliban. people its teams saw in the being made suggests officials among themselves whether
Face paints recalled of the product.
Any reactions should be
U.S. military spokesman Col. two villages, but it did not pro- consider the investigation it was 19 or 69 in that mass due to contamination reported to the Food and
Greg Julian said “there is no vide an overall figure. complete. grave,” Julian said.
WASHINGTON — The Drug Administration’s Med-
physical proof that can sub- President Hamid Karzai Julian said those payments “I can sit down and give you
FDA on Tuesday warned Watch adverse event report-
stantiate” the Afghan list of has said the strikes were “not offered incentive for villagers a list of names too, given some
consumers to stop using face ing program at www.fda.gov/
victims. The U.S. has refused acceptable” and estimated to report high numbers. time, but the physical evidence
paints commonly dabbed on medwatch.
to release a number of people that 125 to 130 civilians died. “It’s very difficult to deter- doesn’t compare,” he added.
children’s cheeks at parties,
it thinks died in the May 4-5 Afghan members of the mine an exact number and Karzai has long pleaded with
clash in Farah’s Bala Baluk delegation investigating the there’s a climate that encour- the U.S. to minimize civilian
Julian said militants are to
clash delivered condolence
payments to victims’ families
ages exaggeration,” Julian
deaths during its operations.
Past incidents have drawn
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Overhaul PRECISION FORECAST
Continued from Page A1. BY CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
on the floor of the House before the ing debate on Capitol Hill. The White to some 50 million uninsured Ameri- ity remains the biggest challenge
August break,” Pelosi announced. House is remaining mostly quiet cans is the cornerstone of his prom- for the president and his backers, TONIGHT THuRSdAy
“Our goal is to have a healthier as proposals emerge for discussion ise to enact a larger overhaul of the because hard cash — not just ideas
America.” among lawmakers, preferring to let health-care system. Independent — is required to cover upfront costs
Neither the speaker nor the presi- Congress come up with a plan and experts put the costs at about $1.5 of expanding coverage.
dent offered details of how the legis- engage more on the specifics later on. trillion over 10 years. 67° 85°
lation will look, the subject of ongo- Obama’s plan to provide coverage But turning that vision into real- Partly cloudy skies at night
and mostly sunny skies dur-
Upchurch and a dining hall. The 9,000 homeless ready to leave the mission. Office Angel Tree program, said Mr. ing the day will dominate
men it serves annually are given a “The men who come through all Upchurch was “one of our biggest the forecast for the next
choice upon coming to the shelter — have different personalities and dif- donors.” couple of days.
Continued from Page A1. stay for three nights and go back to ferent problems, but Doug tried to “He was always the one who bid the
Huskey. the streets or enroll in programs to get to know each of them on an indi- most” at the annual fundraising auc- WEATHER
Mr. Upchurch had been a Vicksburg get off drugs or alcohol and re-enter vidual basis,” Allen said. tion to buy Christmas presents for
resident since 1965 and was president the job market. Mr. Upchurch’s pastor, Mike Fields Warren County children, “and then This weather package is
of Jones & Upchurch Real Estate “Mission work was always some- of Triumph Church, said Upchurch he would pay the money and then compiled from historical
Agency since 1978. thing that was close to his heart,” Mr. promoted Christianity as tirelessly as return the item to have it auctioned records and information
But an ardent faith and commit- Upchurch’s wife, Andrea, said. “He he did charity. again, Hartley said this morning. provided by the U.S. Army
ment to charity were most important saw some heartbreaks, but he also “I don’t think a day went by when Mr. Upchurch and his wife recently Corps of Engineers, the
to him, friends and family said this saw some incredible success sto- Doug didn’t hand out a (religious) celebrated their 35th wedding anni- City of Vicksburg and The
morning. ries with the men he tried to help get tract, didn’t talk with somebody versary, and his son, Keith, is sched- Associated Press.
Along with several other Vicks- back on their feet.” about their salvation, or didn’t share uled to marry Jill Waring of Vicks-
burg residents, Mr. Upchurch helped Gene Allen, vice president of the his testimony,” Fields said. “I have burg on Saturday at St. Paul Catholic LOCAL FORECAST
found the mission in 1994 and served mission, said Mr. Upchurch “was a never known someone who was so Church.
as director until his death. The Christian man who practiced Chris- enthusiastic about evangelism.” Andrea Upchurch said this morn- friday-saturday
3705 Washington St. facility today tian principles,” endeavoring to find Stacy Hartley, annually the orga- ing that the families will decide later Partly cloudy with a
includes a shelter, a used-goods store jobs in Vicksburg for men deemed nizer of the Warren County Sheriff’s whether to reschedule the wedding. chance for showers and
showers and thunder-
VCVB back when it was created
and operated on a budget
of about $25,000 per year.
“We’re still playing with it,
but it’s up there. It’s a whole
new look that matches the
while a nature guide created
in conjunction with Audu-
bon Mississippi and Lower
sheer amount of art in the
park, Seratt said they are in
the process of editing down
storms likely Saturday
Continued from Page A1. Funded with a 1 percent tax style of our visitors guide Delta Partnership will be the brochure to about 58
was doubled, flat screen TVs added to sales at restau- and other advertising we’ve available in abut two weeks, pages. Included in the bro-
were purchased and a light rants and bars and rental of been doing,” he said. “When said Seratt. In six weeks, chure will be information
Partly cloudy with lows in
gray was chosen to replace motel and bed and break- we get into the first of June a large brochure focusing about the works of art, the
fast rooms, the VCVB now we’ll be doing some video on artwork in the Vicks- artists and symbolism in the the upper 60s; southeast
the former orange-red inte-
spends about $1 million production for the Web site burg National Military Park monuments. winds 10 to 15 mph
rior paint. Outside, a tradi-
tional whitewash replaced yearly to develop events and and some TV spots, and that should be complete. “It’s about tapping into
the faded peach paint. The promote tourism. will be the major expense.” Created with help from a niche markets,” said Seratt of tHursday-friday
building was also brought The remodeling project is The local tourism welcome $25,000 grant from The Delta the new brochures. “We want Partly cloudy with a 20
into compliance with the one of many endeavors the center works in compan- Initiative, “The Art of Com- people to have the informa- percent chance of show-
Americans with Disabili- VCVB has undertaken this ion with a state center at the memoration” will focus on tion they need to customize ers and thunderstorms;
ties Act and a new sign is year. In April, it tentatively Mississippi River bridges. about 150 major works of art their visits and get them to partly cloudy with a slight
on order to replace the one agreed to move its executive Both offer refreshments, inside the military park — stay a few extra days.” chance of showers and
inviting passers-by to stop. offices into the city-owned restrooms, brochures, and which boasts one of the larg- The VCVB visitor center thnderstorms Friday
“We want visitors to have Levee Street Depot and are staffed by people who est collections of public art in is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the best first impression share office space with the
can provide overviews and
answer questions. Combined,
the country. The nearly 1,400
busts, bronzes, monuments
Monday through Saturday
and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
of Vicksburg that they can
possibly have, and now we Chamber of Commerce and at least a million travelers a and tablets in the park and Sundays. The Mississippi HiGHs aNd LOws
have a facility that can pro- Vicksburg Main Street Pro- year stop at the centers. around the city have been Welcome Center on Wash- High/past 24 hours............. 81º
vide that impression,” said gram. A new VCVB Web site The VCVB has also com- estimated to be worth as ington Street near the Mis- Low/past 24 hours .............. 64º
Seratt. “It’s like a brand-new was created and launched missioned three new bro- much as $3 billion. sissippi River bridges will
Average temperature ........ 73º
building.” last month. Seratt said the chures this year, two of The guide is being created feature guests and special
Normal this date .................. 72º
The idea for a welcome site, at www.visitvicks- which will be available in the with the help of Dr. Michael activities the rest of the week
burg.com, will be refined coming weeks. A brochure Panhorst of Montgomery, in observance of National Record low .............49º in 1960
center across from the
and improved in the coming designed to help teachers Ala., who received a doctor- Tourism Week. Record high ...........92º in 1916
entrance to the Vicksburg
National Military Park was weeks, and eventually will plan a field trip to Vicks- ate in Civil War commemo-
an initial aim of the agency cost about $40,000. burg is already available, rative art. Because of the raiNfaLL
Recorded at the
Vicksburg Water Plant
DEATHS Past 24 hours.....................None
This month .............4.12 inches
The Vicksburg Post prints obituaries Richard “Ricky” Bryant and son of Tulsa, Okla., Keith burg; five grandchildren; and He was preceded in death Total/year............. 21.99 inches
in news form for area residents, his wife, Sena; sisters, Rose Johnson and Karl Johnson other relatives. by his parents, William Har-
Normal/month .....2.22 inches
their family members and for former Thedford, Daisy Fetterman of Houston, Texas, and Der- W.H. Jefferson Funeral rison Upchurch and Virgie
residents at no charge. Families wishing Normal/year ....... 24.24 inches
and Billie Prince; brothers, rick Green of Vicksburg; four Home has charge of Griffin Upchurch of McComb.
to publish additional information or to Edward Bryant, Johnny Ray daughters, Carolyn Johnson, arrangements. Mr. Upchurch was owner
use specific wording have the option of Bryant and James Charles Audrey Johnson, Thelma of Jones and Upchurch Inc. sOLuNar tabLe
a paid obituary. Most active times for fish
Bryant; special granddaugh-
ter, Beatrice Terry; 10 grand-
Ivy and Cynthia Johnson, all
of Vicksburg; two brothers,
William Douglas Real Estate Agency, where
he was also a certified gen- and wildlife Thursday:
Hilliard Berry Jr. children and 15 great-grand- Hosea Johnson of Chicago Upchurch eral appraiser. He was a A.M. Active .........................10:00
children; and the mother of and Whitfield Johnson of member and past president A.M. Most active ................ 3:48
Hilliard “Butch” Berry Jr. William Douglas Upchurch,
his children, Rita Gragg. Aurora, Ill.; one sister, Dessie age 66, died Wednesday, May of the Vicksburg Warren P.M. Active ..........................10:24
died Monday, May 11, 2009, at Services will be at 1 Bruce of Vicksburg; 19 County Board of Realtors. P.M. Most active ................. 4:12
the Veterans Administration 13, 2009, at River Region Med-
p.m. Wednesday at Fisher grandchildren; three great- ical Center after suffering a He was a founding member
Medical Center in Jackson. Funeral Home with the Rev. grandchildren; and nieces, heart attack. and director of River City suNrise/suNset
He was 60. Michael Nation, officiating. nephews, cousins, other rela- Rescue Mission. A singer and
Born in Brooksville, Miss., Sunset today ....................... 7:50
A Vicksburg native, Mr. Burial will follow at Cedar tives and friends. guitarist, Doug was guest
Berry graduated in 1966 from he graduated from McComb Sunset tomorrow .............. 7:51
Hill Cemetery. Visitation will High School, attended South- music minister for local and Sunrise tomorrow ............. 6:05
Rosa A. Temple High School.
He was employed at the
be tonight from 6 until 8 at Charlene E. Simmons west Mississippi Junior Col- regional congregations.
Corps of Engineers and was
the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Joseph Charlene E. Simmons died lege and received his PhD in He will be remembered for
his love of Christmas, always
a member of St. Mary’s Cath- Tuesday, May 12, 2009, at psychology from Louisiana
Rousseau III, Chris Trabeau, Baptist University in 2004. decorating his Audubon Hills staGes
olic Church. Jason Schexnayder, Brett River Region Medical Center. neighborhood.
He was preceded in death She was 79. He is survived by his wife Mississippi River
Brown, Cheyenne Terry and Visitation will be from 5
by his parents, Hilliard C. Sr. Born in Bolivar County, of 35 years, Andrea Jones at Vicksburg
Shawn Roberts. Upchurch; son, Keith Doug- until 7 tonight. Memorial ser-
and Ethel Johnson Berry. Mrs. Simmons was a home- Current: 43.0 | Change: +0.6
Honorary pallbearers will las Upchurch and fian- vices will be at 3 p.m. Thurs-
Survivors include a be William Springer, Charlie maker and a member of New day, May 14, at Triumph
Flood: 43 feet
brother, Johnathan Berry Mount Pilgrim M.B. Church. cee Jill Waring of Vicks- Yazoo River at Greenwood
Jackson, Mervin Lawrence burg; stepson, William Scott Church, 136 Honeysuckle
of Richmond, Va.; two sis- and the Rev. Ernie Hall. She was preceded in death Lane. Current: 31.4 | Change: +0.3
ters, Blanche B. “Blanch- by her husband, Fred Sim- Bowers of Brookhaven, Miss.; Flood: 35 feet
Special thanks to Promise granddaughter, Elizabeth In lieu of flowers, the family
ette” Adams of Vicksburg Hospice. mons; her father, Char- requests donations to the Yazoo River at Yazoo City
and Ethel B. “Bonnie” James lie Harris; and her mother, Dawn Bowers of Vicksburg;
River City Rescue Mission, Current: 31.5 | Change: +0.1
of Mesa, Ariz.; and aunts, and brother John David
uncles, other relatives and
Ruben Johnson Estella Prophet Waites.
She is survived by a daugh- Upchurch and wife Ginger of 3705 Washington St., Vicks- Flood: 29 feet
Brewton, Ala. burg, MS 39180. Yazoo River at Belzoni
friends, including members Services for Ruben John- ter, Linda J. Brown of Vicks-
Current: 32.1 | Change: +0.7
of the Buck, Fox, Boykins, son of Vicksburg will be at 11
Johnson and O’Neal families Flood: 34 feet
a.m. Friday at Clover Valley F
GLENWOOD Big Black River at West
of Vicksburg and the Arm- Church with the Rev. Darryl
strong family of St. Joseph. Moore officiating. Burial will FUNERAL HOMES
F Current: 19.2 | Change: +0.1
W.H. Jefferson Funeral
Home has charge of
follow at Belmont Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 3 until
• VICKSBURG • ROLLING FORK •
PORT GIBSON • UTICA • TALLULAH, LA
FRANK J. FISHER Flood: 12 feet
Big Black River at Bovina
arrangements. 6 p.m. Thursday at Robbins
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Current: 27.4 | Change: +0.4
Funeral Home and Friday at Flood: 28 feet
George T. Bryant the church from 10 a.m. until
George T. “Buddy” Bryant
died Saturday, May 9, 2009.
Mr. Johnson died Thursday,
May 7, 2009, at River Region
Trusted steeLe bayOu
Mr. George Thomas Bryant
He was 83.
A native of Westside, Miss.,
he was the son of Thomas
Medical Center. He was 77.
He retired from the Vicks-
• Vicksburg •
Mr. Doug Upchurch
1 p.m. Wednesday, mISSISSIPPI RIVER
burg Warren School District
and Blanch B. Harrell Bryant.
Mr. Bryant was a logger for a
as a bus driver and was a
member of China Grove M.B.
3 p.m. Thursday,
May 14, 2009
Value – May 13, 2009
Frank J. Fisher Funeral Chapel
Interment Cairo, Ill.
number of years. He retired Church No. 2. Triumph Church
from the Warren County
Cedar Hill Cemetery Thursday ............................... 50.9
Survivors include his wife, Visitation
Highway Department. He
was a member of Fellowship
Church in Lorman.
Ethel Johnson of Vicks-
burg; five sons, Ellis John-
5 - 7 p.m. Wednesday
at Glenwood Funeral Home Known Mrs. Lottie Mae Gasper
Arrangements to be announced
Friday ...................................... 50.6
Saturday ................................ 50.3
son of Jackson, Alex John-
He was preceded in death River City Rescue Mission Thursday ............................... 37.8
by his parents; a son, Mar- 3705 Washington Street Friday ...................................... 38.3
shall “Butch” Bryant; a Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180
daughter, Veronica Medine;
a sister, Evelyn L. “Shorty”
MONUMENTS & VASES
Excellence Saturday ................................ 39.0
Thursday ............................... 50.2
Bryant; and a brother, Travis 6434 Highway 61 S Friday ...................................... 50.5
M. Bryant. Vicksburg, MS 39180
Mr. Bryant is survived by
Saturday ................................ 51.3
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Vicksburg educator named Alcornite of the Year
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By Manivanh Chanprasith ‘I didn’t know “I was in tears; it’s so overwhelm- ness teacher and bookkeeper at Port
firstname.lastname@example.org ing,” Walls said. “I didn’t know when Gibson High School. She remained
(email@example.com), when I entered I entered Alcorn in 1966 that I would there for the next 15 years and, in
postal service (P.O. Box 821668,
Vicksburg, MS 39182), fax (634-
A longtime educator has received Alcorn in 1966 get anything like this. I’ve always 1985, was hired as a business teacher
the highest honor possible for an been dedicated and worked with the for Warren Central High School,
0897), or delivered in person that I would get
Alcorn State University alumna. university.” where she taught until her retire-
to 1601-F N. Frontage Road by
Monday for publication Wednesday. Jo Ella Harrison Walls was named anything like this. A Spring Hill native, Walls received ment in 2000.
Be sure to include your name and Alcornite of the Year in February, at from Alcorn a bachelor’s degree in What Walls calls semi-retired,
phone number. the 2009 Mid-Winter Conference in I’ve always been business education in 1970 and a she returned to teaching business
Houston. She was honored locally dedicated and worked with the master’s in education in 1977. classes in 2000 at Madison Parish
AChIEvEmENTS Friday night at the annual ASU
Before beginning a career in edu- High School, then served as assis-
National Alumni Association awards cation, in 1970 Walls was hired as an tant administrator for the school dis-
• Jai Nicole Dobson, a banquet. Jo Ella Harrison Walls employment interviewer with the trict two years later. She has worked
sophomore at Vicksburg “Mrs. Walls is very deserving of AlCOrnite Of the YeAr Mississippi Employment Commis- with the Vicksburg Warren School
High School, has been the award that she received,” said sion, the first black woman to hold District this academic year, at Sher-
accepted to the Missis- Charles Davis, director of alumni Walls was chosen from a pool of five that position, she said. man Avenue Elementary, as a tutor
sippi School of the Arts affairs at ASU. candidates from across the country. However, Walls said, “I am not for the Reading First program. Next
under the discipline of “She has been very active on a The award is based on service to the a sit-down person,” and she went
theatre. She will spend number of alumni activities.” community and Alcorn. after the first vacant spot as a busi- See Walls, Page B3.
her junior and senior
years at MSA before pur-
Pumped up and ready to test
suing a degree at the
University of Southern
• Dr. Girish Kumar
Panicker, director of
the Center for Conserva-
tion Research at Alcorn
State University, has been
inducted into the Hall of
Fame for Agriculture by
the American Biographi-
• Ernest Dixon of Vicks-
burg, a Hinds Community
one of two
receive the Ernest
Joe Cooper Dixon
Award at HCC. Dixon
elections and the March
Hinds Idol competition.
• Alyson A. Armstrong
of Vicksburg received the
Carl Brewer Memorial
Award during the Mis-
sissippi College Honors
Day Convocation at First
Baptist Church in Clin-
ton. The financial award
is presented to a student
in the Department of
Mathematics who exhibits
exceptional mathematics mErEdiTh spEncEr•The Vicksburg PosT
• Jeremy S. White of
Vicksburg Junior High teach-
Vicksburg received the ers Kensal Batty and April Gross,
Alpha Chi Scholarship above, and, at right, members of
Athlete of the Year, a stu- New School dance during a pep
dent body award pre-
sented each year to a rally to get the school’s nearly 700
male and female junior students ready to take the Mis-
or senior athlete with at sissippi Curriculum Test 2 that
least a 3.5 GPA, during
the Mississippi College
began Tuesday and runs through
Honors Day Convocation Thursday. The language arts and
at First Baptist Church in math test, administered to third-
Clinton. through eighth-graders statewide,
UpCOmINg EvENTS is a way of measuring progress.
Results will be returned later in
Camp Silvercloud —
the summer. The test is required
For special-needs chil- under the federal No Child Left
dren; 8 a.m.-3 p.m. June Behind Act of 2001, which aims
3-5, Knights of Columbus; to improve schools’ performance
activities will include a
T-shirt design contest; by increasing accountability stan-
Karla McHan, 601-218-2666 dards at the state, district and
or mchanfam@bellsouth. school levels.
Safety Town — Program
for 5- and 6-year-olds that
will feature bicycle safety,
road rules, seat belt infor-
mation, visits by emer-
gency officials, more;
No lack of summer employment expected locally
By Manivanh Chanprasith The Y hires about 50 teens as day- LaToya Brooks, food and beverage whom he has worked for years.
8:30-11:30 a.m. June 15-19,
firstname.lastname@example.org camp counselors, pool lifeguards and manager, said she has seen a number Employers who seek teen help
other positions. of teen employment applications for include area business offices, local
Salli Hobson, 601-636-8752.
Unemployment across the nation is In downtown, restaurant owner positions such as serving and hotel hair salons and the U.S. Army Corps
Jackson State Univer-
8.9 percent, and in Mississippi it’s 9.4 Charlie Borrello doesn’t expect this front desk. of Engineers.
sity High School/Com-
percent, but employers across Vicks- spring’s economic downturn to affect Another answer to jobs for teens Between Warren Central and Vicks-
munity College Day — 8
burg don’t expect out-of-school-for- summer business. is the co-op program offered to high burg high schools, the co-op program
a.m. Oct. 10, 2009; early
the-summer teens to have any trou- “We anticipate (business) to pick school students through Hinds Com- places more than 100 students a year
registration, $10 per
ble finding jobs. up” with a surge in tourism after munity College. in entry-level jobs.
person, ongoing through
“We don’t anticipate a decrease in the end of May, said Borrello, who Tommy Lee, Mississippi Coopera- Kimberly Stampley, a WC sopho-
Sept. 18; $30 fee after Sept.
our need for teen employees,” said expects to hire five teens at his res- tive Education coordinator at Hinds more and daughter of Paula Davis
18; Kelvin Lattimore, 601-
Herb Wilkinson, executive director taurant on Washington Street for Career Center and Warren Central and Harold Stampley, has signed up
979-2913 or 601-979-5845.
of the Vicksburg YMCA, which oper- hosting and busing tables. High School liaison, is confident in for a co-op class, but she will need to
ates the main facility off East Clay Another downtown business, The the part-time employment for stu- be screened before being accepted.
Street and two satellites, on Oak Ware House — a collection of bars, dents during the school year. She is hoping for a summer grocery
Ridge Road and Halls Ferry Road, a restaurant, a hotel and a game He is able to place students from job. If that doesn’t work, she’ll be up
and Warner-Tully Camp in Claiborne room — also anticipates a surge in Warren Central High School in entry- for volunteering, she said.
County. business. level positions with employers with
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school by school
Agape Montessori • Jenny Karel’s first- Demetra Bryan, — Barbara Ann Ahlvin,
• Preschoolers had a
pajama party, including
graders, along with
Jennifer Gaines’ kin- Back in time Cathy Goss, Tif-
fany Caldwell, Sonja
Erika Wheeler, Kaylor Bell,
Hannah Gore, Jamayra
dergarten students, Lewis and Lisa Sch- James, Alex Martinez,
“camping” in a tent in the ate cheese quesadillas weitzer assisted as Connor Carlisle, Tyler Smith
classroom and playing to celebrate Cinco de chaperones. Top AR and Jacob Breeden. Students
games with flashlights. Mayo. readers in the class who met semester goals
• Grades 4-6 organized a • Janice Strickland were Shelby Hart- were P.J. Mims and John
surprise party for teacher presented a magne- ley, Cameron Bracey, Wilkinson. Guest reader was
Tommie Dillon, who is tism lesson to first- Jagger Weekly, Tyler Kat Hilderbrand.
retiring. grade students of Caldwell and Clayton • Parent volunteers for the
• Deborah Clanton’s kinder- Jenny Karel and Tara Thurman. Patrick and week were Angie Talbot,
gartners made stick horses Bridgers. Angela Busby served Susan Kendall, Sherry Wal-
and played games as part of as classroom helpers. lace, Renee Tate, Polly Smith,
Wild Wild West Day. Bovina Karen Martin, Nancy Carr,
• Annual Awards Day will
be at 9 a.m. Friday. • Pledge leaders for Bowmar Teresa Brooks, Linda Ander-
son, Brandy Stinson, Cheryl
the week were Larry • Pledge captains
Boyd, Lula Butler, Virginia
Beechwood Chambliss, Onitsha
Hicks, Kaleb Shep-
for the week were
Connor, Shirley Cooper,
• Heart in Art award recipi- Tiffany DeJesus, Johnny
pard, Tavuunah Scott, Rachel Garmon,
ents were Mary Ballard, Foster, Sherry Garmon, Bill
Jasmine Cook, Larry Joshua Jones, Benja-
Kourtney Davis, Walter Garmon, Latasha Jackson,
Chambliss, Ginuwine min Talbot, Madison
Goodwin, Payton Hamilton, Korsha Jones, Selena Madi-
Carter, Za’Keyla Scott Emory and Zachary
Bradley Hill, Kendra Jen- son, Tammy Steed, Rhonda
and Bryce Holman. Boyd.
nings, Lee Catherine Kurtz, Lee, Catina Stamps, Ashley
• Penny Hoxie, fourth- • Fourth-graders
Hollie Ledlow, Emorie Med- Jennings and Lisa Ingram.
grade instructor, Kasey Brooks, Vic-
ders, Colton Norris, Ferran was awarded an $800 toria Winters and
Parker, Deontae Sisney, Target field trip grant Camille Goodwin Crawford Street
Shelby Stevens, Lance Rich- from a field of 25,000 assisted in kinder- • Sandra Barnes’ students
ardson, Sebastian Davis, applicants nationwide. garten art classes. made Mother’s Day and col-
Janesha Bailey, Frederick Fourth-graders visited Fourth-grader Holly ored umbrellas as part of a
Barnum, Christopher Far- the Vicksburg National Hayes was a first- discussion of May flowers.
rish, Jeremy Finney, Hailey Military Park. grade helper. Diane Beauman’s students
Garner, Emily Gray, Samuel • Students who met suzanne feliciano•The Vicksburg PosT • Cassandra Terry’s placed flowers they had
Greer, William Haynes, Accelerated Reader kindergartners cre- planted as seeds into finger-
Ten-year-old Brett Verhine, dressed as Civil War photographer Matthew
Megan Heard, Kaylyn Jack- awards for April were ated Mother’s Day painted flower pots for Moth-
son, Zharia Jackson, Robert Brady, does a demonstration with his homemade camera for fellow fifth-
as follows: kindergar- cards. er’s Day.
Jordan, Blake Knighton, graders at St. Francis Xavier Elementary. Students of Ashley Coomes and
ten — Raven McDon- • Accelerated • Beth Haskin’s students
Emily Kraemer, Rysheam Kristy Ehrgott were asked to do a report on a Civil War event, house,
ald, Jer’Darriyus Reader Classes of studied yaks and zebras as
Lewis, Casey Miller, Char- Jackson, Willie Davis, battle or person. Brady has been called the father of photojournalism the Week were Neeli part of an alphabet study.
lene Peebles, Dustin Shirey, Brady Green, Mat- and documented the war with his pictures. Brett is the son of Scott and Watts’ third grade They also created Mother’s
Chavis Smith, Thomas Snow, thew Turnage, Kev- Cathi Verhine. and Amy Wilkes’ Day cards and crafts.
Lapatra Stevens, Johna- onTayshia Thomp- fifth grade. Parent • Barbara Hill’s 4K students
than Sullivan and Edward son, Tomasina Hunter, volunteer Renee celebrated Cinco de Mayo
Saldana. Audrey Ezell, Amore Moore, Amber Busby, Shelby Hart- — Blake Bullock, Naomi Tate rewarded Neeli Watts’ with a pinata. Gordon Wilk-
• Point of Light awards for Korey Dykes, Aayana Chap- ley, Jessica Williams and Creson, Justin Detreich, Leah third-graders with brown- erson was named class VIP;
outstanding citizenship were man, Brooklyn Solis, Thomas Jaden Wilson; second grade Eldridge, Eric Hines, Caleb ies for being named AR he shared ice cream with the
distributed to Trinity Horton, Cockrell, Trey Muirhead, — Marcus Ford, Kayla Myers, Brittany Nelson, Class of the Week. Top read- students.
Rebekah Cannada, Branson Hope Rea Sibley, Mary Beth Foster, Quan’darrius Guyton, Candace Nugent, Miriam ers were as follows: kinder- • The school participated
Parker, Austin Richardson, Gordon, Allie Haggard, De’Kayla Shelby, Joseph Rimmey, Darius Wince, Brit- garten — Benjamin Talbot, in the St. Jude Trike-A-Thon
Sarah Williams, Zyderrica Antwon Calvin, Ginuwine Ertle, John Lee, Cutler Lynn, tany Adams, Somer Brown, Bram Francis and Klausen by riding bikes and tricycles
Gibbs, Brandi Winters and Carter, Annie Caston, Larry T’Darioun Matthews, Jack Martin Burris, Katelyn Chan- Madison; first grade — John in an effort to raise money
Tyree Younger. Chambliss, Jazmine Cook, Shelton, Ashley Vail and nell, Sarah Davis, Stephanie Robert Jabour, Kelcee Ables, for the children’s research
• David Cox, senior vice Onitsha Hicks, Sean Hinson, Mayson Wade; third grade Flowers, Keandrea Jackson, Sarah Tate, Abigail Smith, hospital.
president at BancorpSouth, Bryce Holman, DaQuan — Deja Caston, Kyler Farrar, Jessica Hurley, Hailey Hag- Barrington Barnes and Nyk- • Parent volunteers Laura
spoke to Debbie Bennett’s Miller, Andrea Pecot, Jack- Lauren Hughes, Nicholas gard, Zaria Gibson, Bethany eria Shelton; second grade Dow Madison, Mary Sullivan
fourth-graders about saving son Phillips, Andy Poole, Scott, Cameron Stewart, Johnson, Kel’Tonisha Jones, — Michaela Dorsey, Abi and Ruth Wilkerson made
money. Marion Margaret McKayla Quinton, Tavvu- Sydnie Smith and Cassidy Jacob Lloyd, Brandon Smith, Wallace, Allie Hilderbrand, breakfast for instructors
Hern’s fourth-graders made nah Scott, Kaleb Sheppard, Walls; fourth grade — Fred Layne Tedder, Anna Marie Skyler Anderson and Katie in observance of Teacher
ice cream after a study of Terrance Simpson, Jaylin Butler, Lauren Davis, Skyler Thompson, Erin Walker, Fox; third grade — George Appreciation Week.
condensation. All fourth- Thompson, Kentrick Thomp- Gibson, Jasmine Hicks, Kobe Jacob Watson and Elizabeth Wilkerson, Kevin Liu, Aaleah
graders toured the Vicksburg
National Military Park and
son and Steven Watts; first Johnson, Austin Lowe, Callie Wooten. Harris, Christian Oakes, Dana Road
grade — Wesley Bryan, Schweitzer, Cole Schweitzer, • First-grade students of Katelyn Morson and Haley
traveled aboard the Sweet • Second- and third-grade
Leanna Goss, Madison Hen- Kate Shelton and Kaitlyn Gail Campbell and Denice Steed; fourth grade — Sierra
Olive on the Mississippi GATES students visited the
derson, Anna Hoben, Victo- Moore; fifth grade — Kaylea Poe vsited the Delhi Safari Shelton, Victoria Winters,
River. Parent chaperones Imax Theatre and Aquar-
ria Laubach, Sarah Lewis, Hunter, Jakayla Scott, Bran- Park. Volunteers Dixie Red- Sarah Chipley, Sarah Hunter
were Pamela Brooks, Patricia Caydee Schweitzer, Orlando don Elmore and Jaquan ditt, Stephani Boler, Rich- Fordice, Leah Brown and
Doss and Renee Norris. Shorter, James Thurman, Woods; and sixth grade ard and Falena Brown, Maya Clay; and sixth grade Continued on page B3.
VICKSBURG WARREN SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Schools Breakfast
Monday: Blueberry Muffin, Fruit Juice, Milk
Friday: Southern Fried Chicken, Pizza with Variety
Rosy Applesauce, Melon Cubes, Grapes, Whole
Wheat Roll, Chocolate Pudding, Fruit Juice, Milk
MENU FOR WEEK OF MAY 18 THRU MAY 22 Tuesday: Strawberry T oaster Pastry, Fruit Cup, Milk of Toppings, Chef Salad, Macaroni and Cheese, Wednesday: Lemon Pepper Baked Chicken, Chef
Wednesday: Breakfast Chicken Patty with Biscuit, Mixed Vegetables, Green Peas, Green Peas, Salad, Cheeseburger, Chili Dog, Fruit and Yogurt
MEAL PRICES: Elementary/Intermediate Breakfast, 75 Cents;
Reduced Breakfast 25 cents; Lunch $2.25; Reduced Lunch 40 Cents Fruit Juice, Milk Orange Smiles, Grapes, Yeast Roll, Fruit Juice, Milk
Plate, Tuna Salad, Mashed Potatoes, California
Junior High Breakfast, $1; Reduced Breakfast 25 cents; Thursday: Pancakes, Ham, Fruit Juice, Milk, Syrup Secondary Schools Breakfast Veggies, Garden Salad, Oven Fries, Pineapple
Lunch $2.25; Reduced Lunch, 40 cents Friday: Cereal with T & Jelly, Fruit Juice, Milk
oast Monday:Cinnamon Rolls, Fruit Juice, Milk Tidbits, Strawberries, Whole Wheat Roll, Assorted
In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture Policy, this institution is
prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or disability. Elementary Schools Lunch Tuesday: Breakfast Burrito with Salsa, Fruit Juice, Milk Sherbet, Milk, Fruit Juice
Monday: BBQ Rib Sandwich, Chicken Nuggets, Wednesday:Biscuit with Ham, Fruit Juice, Milk Thursday: Fruit and Yogurt Plate, Cheeseburger,
Please Support Tuna Salad Salad, Baked Sweet Potato, Green Peas, Thursday: Corn Smokie, Fruit Juice Milk
Friday: Blueberry Muffin Fruit Juice, Milk
Pizza with Variety of Toppings, Taco Salad, Chef
Pineapple Tidbits, Fresh Fruit Bowl, Yeast Roll, Milk, Salad, Red Beans and Rice with Sausage, Mixed
Fruit Juice Secondary Schools Lunch Vegetables, Corn on the Cob, Baked Potato, Oven
Tuesday: Pizza with Variety of T oppings, Fruit and Monday: Turkey & Cheese on Bun, Chicken Fries, Chilled Peach Slices, Grapes, Cornbread,
Yogurt Plate, Chicken Salad Salad, Raw Veggies Gumbo over Rice, Burrito & Chili Topping, Tuna Milk, Fruit Juice
with Dip, T ossed Salad, Banana Berry Blend, Fresh Salad Salad, Fruit and Yogurt Plate,Cheeseburger, Friday: Hamburger Steak with Brown Gravy,
NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION Fruit Bowl, Fruit Juice, Milk Rice, Baked Potato, Whole Kernel Corn, Garden Chicken Nuggets, BBQ Rib Sandwich, Fruit and
Help them prepare for life beyond Wednesday: Soft Taco Supreme, Corn Dog, Chef Salad, Blushing Chilled Pears, Kiwi Wedges, Fresh
Yogurt Plate, Cheeseburger, Tuna Salad,
Salad, Vegetable Sticks, Mexicali Corn, Pineapple Fruit Bowl, Yeast Roll, Milk, Fruit Juice
school. Pleasure, Bananas, Assorted Jello, Fruit Juice, Milk Tuesday: Cheeseburger, Loaded Baked Potato, Black-Eyed Peas, Seasoned Cabbage, Mashed
Thursday: Ham, Turkey, and Cheese on Bun, Chef Salad, Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Fruit and Potatoes, Banana Berry Blend, Pear Salad, Rosey
For information about becoming a NEWSPAPER Chicken Gumbo, Chef Salad, Corn, Pasta Salad, Yogurt Plate, Turkey Salad, Spicy Fries, Seasoned Applesauce, Jalapeno Cornbread, Fruit Cobbler,
IN EDUCATION sponsor, call Beck Chandler at Kiwi Wedges, Calico Fruit, Cornbread, Fruit Juice, Lima Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Garden Salad, Milk, Fruit Juice
The Vicksburg Post at 601-636-4545 ext. 124.
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 B3
School by School
Continued from page B2. ing court. Month for April were Tyriq Mysteries of the Rosary with anna Clark. • Eighth-grade cheerlead-
• Students are participating Allen, Michael Bell, Temira first- and second-graders in • MCT2 testing will be com- ers participated in an MCT
ium of the Americas in New in the Soil and Water Conser- Thomas, Ricardo Garcia, the chapel. pleted Thursday with make- pep rally at Sherman Avenue
Orleans. vation’s poster contest, “Dig Mya Powell, Ashley Bracey, • Fifth-graders celebrated up tests on Friday. Elementary on Monday.
• Vic and Trina Johnson, It! The Secret of the Soil.” Sarah Grace Jabour and Civil War Day by dressing • Accelerated Reader • Students wore favorite
PTO members, provided • As part of a study of Gabrielle Gibson. as people from the era and champs for April were team jerseys on Monday as
breakfast, catfish and hap- shapes, listening skills • Dr. Jane Smith led a study presenting stories to visiting LaShonda Smith’s third part of a “teaming up to score
pies for faculty and staff and following instructions, of the five senses as part of elementary classes. The stu- grade, Tee Tee Braxton’s well” on the MCT activity.
members during Teacher Debbie Johnson helped stu- the Science Stars enrichment dents also visited the Vicks- fourth grade, Alice Jones’ • Spring Choir concert will
Appreciation Week. Parent dents make Mother’s Day program. burg National Military Park fifth grade and Chastity Pat- be held Tuesday.
volunteers were Terry floral arrangements. and McRaven Tour Home. terson’s sixth grade.
Burns, Marilyn Hendrix and South Park Fourth-graders visited the • Fifth-grade students of Warrenton
• Faculty and staff mem-
Porters Chapel • Students who acted as
park also. Tommie Allen and Tammy
• Top Accelerated Read-
McCurley planted flowers
• Elementary students servers in the Mother’s Day ers for the year were Bran-
bers presented a talent show
for the student body. were rewarded with a Super- tea hosted by kindergart- Vicksburg High in pots and made handprint
don Cabezas, Lexi Wester,
cards with poems for Moth-
• Pre-K students of Linda Kids field day after rais- ners were Moriah Hixson, • Senior exam schedule is Kameron Batty, Madison
Hanks and Jennifer Funches ing more than $2,000 for the Kayleigh Thorpe, Rachel as follows: Monday — 7:40- Wilkerson, Danielle Phelps,
• Gator Swamp Meet spring
presented a circus for American Lung Association Majoria, Morgan Trest, Will 9:25 a.m., first period; and Deon’tree Smith, Demetrus
carnival for parents, family
parents. in Mississippi. Incentive Martin, LaDarius Butler, 9:30-11:15 a.m., second period; Harris, Jon Bantugan, Zach-
and friends will be from 10
• Second- and third-graders prizes were awarded to those Chelsie Scallions, Raven Tuesday — 7:40-9:25 a.m., ary Moore, Taylor Shiers,
a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at
are performing a standing students raising at least $20. London, Karneshia Green, third period; and 9:30-11:15 Jacob Cochran, Shunter-
long-jump skills test during Cody Bryant was named Caitlin Maxwell and Kori a.m., fourth period; Wednes- rance Walton, Kishuna Flow-
Top SuperKid for collecting Screws. day — 7:40-9:25 a.m., fifth ers, Char’Kela Anderson,
physical education classes.
the most money, $275, and • Kindergarten classes period; and 9:30-11:15 a.m., Vicksburg Junior High Leiana Thornell, Robbie Love
First Presbyterian received a DVD player. hosted a Mother’s Day tea
and programs for their
sixth period; Thursday —
7:40-9:25 a.m., seventh period.
• Honor Society induction
will be Monday.
and Caroline Williams.
• Top sellers in the World’s
• Tricia Brogdon helped
Gloria Sullivan’s kinder-
Redwood mothers. • Senior awards ceremony • Retirement reception Finest Chocolate fundraiser
will be at 6 p.m. Thursday for Coach Linda Powell will were Jaylen Armstrong, kin-
• Pledge leaders for the
gartners make fish-plate
aquariums after a study of week were Justin Stewart, St. Aloysius at VHS auditorium. Seniors be from 2:30 until 4 p.m. dergarten; Alexis White-
awarded scholarships should Tuesday. head, first grade; Ricky
the ocean. Javi Torres was Zoie Cantin, Victoria Dav- • Grades 6-12 attended a
provide Patricia Winters • Awards program will be Alexander, second grade;
named Student of the Week. enport, Andrew Johnson, Celebration of Service Mass
with official notification by May 20; eighth-graders will Christian Chandler, third
Brogdon also helped pre-kin- Dylan Pettway, T’Mia Qualls, in the gym, followed by a ser-
Friday to have scholarlships assemble at 8:30 a.m. and grade; Brittany Cooper,
dergartners and kindergart- Caitlin Strickland, Cameron vice awards ceremony.
announced at graduation. seventh-graders will convene fourth grade; Race McCool,
ners make Mother’s Day and Pratt, Chucky Jones and Jes- • Parents of 11th-graders
• Commencement practice, at 1 p.m. fifth grade; and D.J. Crooks,
Father’s Day gifts. siah Wilson. attended a meeting to dis-
including the distribution of • Gator Club Field Day will sixth grade.
• After reading “A Fort to • Parent volunteers Missy cuss 2009-2010 seniors. Par-
caps and gowns, will be at be May 22. • Montie Wedel’s students
Share,” Shannon Bell’s pre- Stockstill, Julie Parks, ents of students beginning
9 a.m. May 27 at Vicksburg • Exams will be May 27-29. who are participating in the
kindergartners built a fort Debbie Jeter, Lisa Boleware- seventh grade in the fall also
Memorial Stadium. Gradua- All Kids Can... Create exhibit
and Daphne Turner provided attended a meeting.
where they enjoyed a story
and snack. treats in honor of Teacher • Regular classes ended for
tion will begin at 7 p.m. May Warren Central High are Isabelle Hagood, Lazer-
28 at the stadium. Those ick Brown and Kevin Parrish.
• Lynnette Smith’s 3-year- Appreciation Week. Sandra seniors on May 6. • Yearbooks are on sale
needing caps and gowns for They received certificates
olds made vases for Moth- Harris, representing the • Band members attended for $60 on a first come, first
baccalaureate church ser- and their work can be viewed
er’s Day and walruses after a PTO, presented teachers the annual band banquet at serve basis.
vices should have the church at www.artsonia.com, the
study of arctic animals. They with Southern Belle T-shirts. St. Mary’s Catholic Church. • Boys’ soccer team tryouts
submit a letter to Derrick world’s largest student art
treated their teacher to lunch Chris O’Brien of Sonic dis- • Faculty members Michele will be at 3 p.m. Monday and
Reed, principal, naming museum.
as part of Teacher Apprecia- tributed goody bags to Townsend, Bettye Kelly, Tuesday on the school’s front
those seniors involved. • Right on Target award
tion Week. Kat Neihaus was teachers and staff. Principal Rebecca Beauman, Joan field.
• VHS will host summer winners for the week were
named Student of the Week. Charles Hanks grilled ham- Thornton, Virginia Campbell • Student Council officers
school; registration will be 8 kindergartner Jeremiah
• Two-year-old classes of burgers for the staff. and Liz Fletcher attended for 2009-2010 will be Jamel
a.m.-noon June 5 and June Shelby, offer to buy sanitizer
Teri Conerly and Jessica • Kathryn Hullum and the Curriculum Mapping Dagher, president; Laura
8 in the school cafeteria. with allowance; first-grader
Wicker read “The Carrot Misty Carlisle, fifth-grade workshop. Benson, vice president; Kim-
Classes will be June 10-July Kennith Watts, considerate
Seed” and discussed the instructor and assistant, berly Hodges, secretary; and
22 from 7:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. of classmates; second-grader
process of planting seeds to hosted tours of the district’s St. Francis daily. Cost is $300 for one
Daysha Johnson, junior class
Leonard Sims, on task; third-
make plants grow. portable planetarium, where president.
• Brenda Kalusche’s third- credit, $375 for out-of-district grader Logan Tillman, on
• After a study of weather, students learned about • Seniors must pay $3 in
graders dissected owl pel- students and $750 for out-of- task; Alex Avila, correctly
Kari Dupree’s toddlers constellations. Office A before Friday to
lets as part of a science unit state students. Approval of remembering; fifth-grader
bubble-painted clouds and • MCT2 tests will continue help with the cost of Friday’s
on living things. They cre- principals/headmasters or a Kameon James, follow-
observed a tornado in a through Thursday. senior class picnic.
ated acrostic poems fea- letter of consent with signa- ing tornado procedure; and
bottle. turing Wilbur from “Char- tures from schools outside sixth-grader Merfat Saleh,
Sherman Avenue lotte’s Web” for display in the the district are required to Warren Central following all directions.
Jacob’s Ladder • As part of Teacher Appre- classroom. enroll. Intermediate • Selected by their teach-
• Students visited the Delhi ciation Week, PTA members • Preschoolers who par- • Varsity football cheerlead- ers as Students of the Month
ers performed at Covenant • Field Day class winners were Hannah Anderson,
Safari Park, where they fed provided various treats for ticipated in the April Book
Health & Rehab and Shady were Kimberly Bolls’ third Gracie Buell, Maria Bunton,
animals, then ate lunch at faculty and staff throughout It! program were Trace
Lawn Nursing Home to kick grade, Tracey Shells’ fourth Tyron Carter, Jacob Cochran,
Burger King. the week, including break- Daily, Kendal Elqadi, Madi-
off National Nursing Home grade, Gloria Blake’s fifth Ricky Geter, Caleb Gibson,
• Robin Smith, Misty Gran- fast, candy bags, dessert, son Hedrick, Reese King,
Week. grade and Kelli Dispenza’s Tamya Hackett, Tyler Har-
tham, Matthew Grogan and thank-you cards and soup Keely Ramshur, Kate Simrall,
sixth grade. rell, Zane Hartley, Benja-
Matt McKay have prac- and salad. Layne Sparks and Tristan
ticed Mondays and Wednes- • As part of a study of the Wilbanks. After a study of Vicksburg min Holmes, Michael James,
solar system, Cheryl Ricks’ the letter V, the class con- Warren Central Ma’Dodgia Johnson, Tessa
days in preparation for the
state swim meet at Keesler kindergartners read stories structed and erupted a Intermediate Junior High Jordan, Kameron Lovett,
Air Force Base this week- about the sun, moon, plan- volcano. • Pledge leaders for the Sedria McKinley, Kimbly
ets and stars. Those with • To conclude a study of week were Dominique Tun- • Seventh- and eighth-grade Mobley, Alexis Odom,
end. Grantham worked at Girls Club members spon-
Just Duett Sports, where she good behavior participated in animals, Zena Phillips’ kin- stall, Chandler Luke, Leola Markitta Reed-Hunter and
“astronaut training,” compet- dergartners visited Louisi- Jones, Henry Banks and Bri- sored a sleep-in for members Krisie Tillett.
organized shorts, vacuumed on Friday.
and dusted. ing in games of skill, speed ana Purchase Gardens and
• Sharon Andrews led stu- and balance. Zoo in Monroe.
dents in a bowling activity • Kindergartners hon- • Ladies of Sodality mem-
and laps at the YMCA walk- ored as Students of the bers prayed the Glorious
Continued from Page B1.
bulletin board for Walls is a job as a coordi- Year. They have two children Thomas Moman Sr. Meritori-
nator for the summer WIN who both attended ASU. ous Award.
ScholarShipS named the
Marissa Perez, Julianne
Ranis, Samir Thomas,
job program for ages 16-24 The couple have been That same night, seven
offered by the Mississippi referred to by friends as people were inducted into
• Nikki Jobe has received the Sarah Rebeca Velasquez, Morgan Employment Security Com- “bleeding purple and gold,” the Alcorn State Univer-
a Delta Health Initiative Gardner Teller, McKenzie Pollock mission, then full retirement Alcorn’s colors. sity Hall of Honor, an award
Scholarship and Cather- Memorial and Grace Claire Cordes, next year. In addition to Walls, 17 Walls received in 1991 and
ine Rowan has received a Grant-in-Aid students of Jeanne Evans; Walls has been a volunteer national alumni awards helped establish in 1990. The
Delta Education Initiative of Chi chapter, Lexi Sibley, Jacob Run- chaperone for Alcorn’s high were presented Friday night, inductees are: Emma J. Allen
Undergraduate Scholarship, Delta Kappa nels, Mallory Pratt, Blake school day, was the 2008 and recipents included Walter of Birmingham; Robert Col-
both at Delta State Univer- Gamma Sullivan, John Tillman 2009 Relay for Life chairman T. Sheriff, president of the lier of Monticello; Pastella
sity. The goal of each award international Walker Thomas, Rachel Runnels, and treasurer of the Retired Vicksburg-Warren County T. Hampton of Memphis;
is to recruit students into honor society Dustin Runnels, Haley Sell- Teachers Association of Alumni Chapter, who was Lemore Allen of Birming-
teacher education who will for educators. ers, Kristen Myers, Stepha- Warren County. She is mar- named the Robert W. Bowles ham; Ethel S. Boyd of Carroll-
teach in the schools of the nie Sapp, Bailey Anderton, ried to John Walls, deputy Chapter President of the ton; Barbara B. Kennedy of
Delta region after gradua- competitionS Mary Margaret Halford and superintendent of the VWSD Year, and Shirley Tinner of Moss Point; and Johnny Rob-
tion. They are both education Kiefer Slaton, students of and 1997 Alcornite of the Port Gibson who received the inson of Greenville.
majors from Vicksburg. • Jasmine O. Free, a stu- Susan Gambrell; and Anna
• Anna Larson, an elemen- dent at Hinds Community Gatling, Patrick Beasley
tary education major from College’s Utica campus, won and Stephen Hensley. Those
Vicksburg, has received an second place in the 2009 Mis- eligible for the State Honors
Andy and Libby Jones Edu- sissippi State Skills USA Recital by earning a Supe-
cation Scholarship from competition in Gulfport for rior rating in performance Did
yo e w No
Delta State University. preschool teaching. She and two or more required you hear about
u re rth
D r a on
was also named a Presiden- skills were Victoria Gong,
he ck ?
• Alice Katherine “Katie” the sale at the Did you
id b 61
tial Scholar for the spring
Koestler, daughter of who earned third place-
Michael and Carla Koestler, semester. Level 3; Rhianna Benson; mall? see the
has received a $500 college Kyle Benson, fourth alter- picture
scholarship for winning the nate-Level 10; Sallie Lin; of the
Vicksburg-Warren County Elizabeth Benson, first
• Kelsey R. Jones of Vicks-
place-Level 12, highest com- park?
Board of Realtors essay con- burg, an accounting student
test. The winning essay, My posite score in state and
in the College of Business,
Plan to Home Ownership, is Outstanding Student of the
featured in the May issue of
has been inducted into the
Year; Andre Ranis; Jon Did you
the Vicksburg Real Estate
Accounting Honor Society at
Erekson; Marissa Perez; see who No, how
Delta State University. did you
Market Place magazine. Julianne Ranis; Samir is getting
Book scholarships awarded recitalS Thomas; Rebeca Velasquez;
married? know all
by the Board were presented Morgan Teller; McKen-
zie Pollock; Grace Claire
to Dominique Jacuez Stew- • Local piano and voice
art, daughter of Fred and students who earned Supe- Cordes, first place-Level 11; The e-Post at www.vicksburgpost.com.
Stephanie Stewart; Stephen Lexi Sibley; Jacob Run-
Douglas Mazzanti, son of
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THE VICKSBURG POST
FOOD WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2009 • SE C T I O N C
T V TONIGHT C0 | CLASSIfIEDS C0
Laurin Stamm, food editor | E-mail: email@example.com | Tel: 601.636.4545 ext 140
BY FOOD EDITOR
Chess Cake and
Spinach Dip both
tasty for springtime
coffees or bridge
This time of year is no
different from that of
1979, when The Cypress
House column featured
many ideas for entertain-
ing with teas, luncheons,
bridal parties and more.
So today we feature two
popular recipes that are
still tasty party foods.
From The Kitchen
of The Cypress House,
May 9, 1979:
Chess pie is an old
favorite and almost every-
one is familiar with the
traditional recipe. But
have you ever eaten Chess
Another recipe via
MUW, Chess Cake is simi- GRAND PRIZE: BRIGITTE NGUYEN JUDGE’s CHOICE AWARD: ELIsE LALOR
lar to homemade pound Chinese Chicken Burgers with Rainbow Sesame Slaw Butterflied Chicken with Herbs and Sticky Lemon
Something to crow about
cake, but a little lighter
and, I believe, better. We
cut ours in small squares
and they are perfect for
snacking or serving for
morning coffees. In a
larger square, they are
good for dessert bridge.
You might serve them
with a summer sherbet.
Kentucky woman’s ground-chicken burger wins National Chicken Cooking Contest
The recipe comes from a By Laurin Stamm “It makes the chicken cook more
niece of Myra and Donnie firstname.lastname@example.org evenly,” she said. “People are sur-
Smartt, Jamie Rob- prised when they learn how easy it is
erts, who attends MUW. to butterfly a chicken.”
(Jamie’s number one Brigitte Nguyen of Lexington,
The judges were impressed over-
talent, however, is singing Ky., won the top prize of $50,000 in
all with the entries, Martin said,
and she was runner-up in the 48th National Chicken Cook-
especially the spiciness in some of
the recent Miss “W” Pag- ing Contest with a ground-chicken
the dishes. “I was surprised at the
eant in Columbus.) burger with an Asian flavor zing. The
amount of heat,” she said.
Judge’s Choice award $10,000 went to
Christine Koury of Woman’s World
Chess Cake Elise Lalor, Issaquah, Wash., for her
Butterflied Chicken with Herbs and
magazine, also a member of the judg-
2 cups plain flour, not ing panel, said the entries were a
Sticky Lemon. The contest was held
sifted varied and interesting group that
in San Antonio.
2 cups sugar “really demonstrates the versatility
2 sticks butter
Bookkeeper/baker The National Chicken Cooking
1 teaspoon vanilla Nguyen, 28, a part-time bookkeeper Contest dates back to 1949. In recent
and a baker at a wine shop and deli years, it has been held biennially
Beat the sugar and in Lexington, topped a field of nine in chicken-producing states. The
butter together. Add the finalists from across the country National Chicken Council is the trade
eggs one at a time, beating in a competition sponsored by the submiTTed To The Vicksburg PosT
association for the nation’s chicken
after each addition. Fold National Chicken Council, an indus- Brigitte Nguyen and Elise Lalor companies.
in the flour and vanilla try group, with her Chinese Chicken The contestants in San Antonio
Bake in a 13 x 9 x 2-inch Burgers with Rainbow Sesame Slaw.
The event was held at the San Anto-
Herald and chairman of a panel
of judges drawn from newspapers
Travel agent were selected on a regional basis
from 51 winners representing each
pan at 350° for 25 to 30
minutes. Turn off the nio campus of the Culinary Insti- and magazines. The burger recipe Lalor, a travel agent in Issaquah, state and the District of Columbia.
over, but leave the cake tute of America with members of the is based on ground chicken and offered a sweet but spicy sauce, Each of the nine finalists received
in the oven for 8 minutes. Texas Poultry Federation serving as includes soy sauce, sugar, sesame spooned over lemon slices, that cara- $1,000 for winning her region, and
Remove from the oven and local hosts. oil, garlic, lemongrass and scallions. melized in the oven. Judges said the each of the state winners received
sprinkle with powdered “The burger had a clear Asian It is served on a toasted bun and is chicken was moist throughout, and $100.
sugar. Cut when cool. flavor profile with zing, some sweet- topped with lime-accented mayon- they praised the use of the “butter- LFS: In the fall of 2008 I served as
ness, and lime and lemongrass notes; naise and chile sauce and served fly” technique, in which the backbone a judge for the eastern division, the
From The Kitchen it was just delicious,” said Kathy with a slaw of julienned peppers, of a whole chicken is cut out and the winners of which, along with their
of The Cypress House, Martin, food editor of the Miami snow peas and jicama. chicken is flattened. recipes, were featured in this column.
June 13, 1979:
The many summer
brides have me thinking
bridal parties — coffees,
teas, luncheons, cock-
tail parties, the like. And
if you’d like a good dip plans BBQ
for vegetables or crack-
ers, you might like this
spinach dip that’s sweep-
ing the country. A friend,
served it last year at a
small get-together at her By Laurin Stamm
home in Cleveland, Miss., email@example.com
and we think it’s one of
the best spreads around. A bake sale and barbecue
chicken plate will highlight the
Charlene’s Porters Chapel United Method-
Spinach Dip ist Church annual fund raiser
Saturday. The event, sponsored
1 package frozen chopped by the Men’s Club, will begin at
spinach 10 a.m. with the bake sale, and
1/2 cup chopped green barbecue festivities will follow
onions from 11 a,m. to 1 p.m.
1/2 cup finely minced The menu includes chicken,
parsley baked beans, coleslaw, bread,
1 cup mayonnaise dessert and tea. Several combi-
1 teaspoon salt nations will be offered: the reg-
1/8 teaspoon freshly ular plate, $7.50; add a piece of
ground black pepper chicken, $1,50.These plates are
2 or 3 tablespoons sour for dine-in or take-out.
cream Chicken-only plates, 4 pieces
only, no extras, $8, are for take-
Thaw the frozen spin- out only.
ach. Drain and squeeze Dinner orders of six or more
out all the liquid. Mix the KATIE CARTER•The Vicksburg PosT
are available. The church
spinach with the rest of Men’s Club members of Porters Chapel United Methodist Church are from left, Patrick McGuffie, 16, B.B Evans, address is 200 Porters Chapel
the ingredients. Chill for Ben Harper, 14, Walter Hardy, Jay Hardy, 17, and Jim Harper. Road, telephone 601-636-2966.
24 hours before serving.
C2 Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The Vicksburg Post
Take your juicer just a step beyond juice
“I’m juicing,” a friend says,
explaining her decision to
out into vegetable concoc-
tions. One of my favorites is
2 carrots, trimmed
decline a dinner invitation. a spicy tomato-juice cocktail. 2 stalks celery 2 cups apple juice (from 2 to 3
To which you reply: “Say, You may start adding protein 1 red capsicum or other apples, cored and seeded)
what?” powder and spirulina to your small chili pepper, stemmed 2 cups apple pulp (from 2 to 3
Most likely, your friend is fol- drinks. And then, pretty soon, and seeded apples, cored and seeded)
lowing a “detoxification” reg- MARIALISA you will be lecturing people 1 cucumber 2 cups water
imen, which involves drink-
ing only the juices of specified
CALTA about hyssop.
When you’ve stopped blather-
2 tablespoons red-wine
3 tablespoons honey
1/2 teaspoon ground
organic fruits, vegetables and organic) juicing oranges, peel ing, you can proceed to the next 1 cup crushed ice (optional) cinnamon
herbs. She is quite possibly them, and run them through logical question: Now what? It Salt and freshly ground 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
also following a “cleansing” the machine for a juice that turns out that juicers are good Gazpacho black pepper, to taste
regimen, the details of which will blow you away with its for making all manner of soups, 3 tablespoons chopped fresh In a nonreactive saucepan
of inspiration. I share them set over medium-high heat,
are not appropriate for a food sheer orange-ness. Try other marinades, sauces and frozen basil
below, with permission from combine the juice, pulp and
column. You may be tempted combinations: half a pine- ices, as well as for some solid Hot sauce, for serving
Breville (www.breville.com), water; bring to a boil. Reduce
to tell her to bring her juice apple, two oranges and a food. It turns out that all that
along with recipes from “The heat, and simmer for 20 to
with her and come on over for lime; 1 cup raspberries, an leftover pulp can sometimes Juice the tomatoes, parsley,
Juicing Bible” by Pat Crocker 30 minutes or until sauce is
dinner, but chances are you apple and two oranges; one be used as a healthy ingredi- garlic, onion, carrots, celery,
and Susan Eagles (Robert thick. Stir in honey, cinnamon
will live to regret it, as she will orange, two grapefruits and ent. Who knew? chili pepper and cucumber.
Rose, 2000). Juice on. and nutmeg. Serve warm or
bore you and all your guests a lemon. You will be amazed I recently acquired a Breville Stir in the vinegar.
with a lecture on the healing at how tasty these juices are, Fountain Compact Juicer, a If desired, divide the ice at room temperature. Store
properties of hyssop and the and how unlike — in depth powerful device that, mer- Gazpacho among four soup bowls. Pour in covered container in
dangers of fenugreek to preg- and intensity of flavor — the cifully, is a dream to clean 4 medium tomatoes, in the extracted juice, and refrigerator.
nant women. “juice drinks” found in the and sells at a bargain $100. stemmed season to taste with salt and Makes four servings.
But when she stops blather- supermarket. It also comes with a handy 4 sprigs fresh parsley pepper. Sprinkle with the •
ing, ask to borrow her juicer. After making some simple little recipe booklet, which 1 clove garlic, peeled basil, and serve with extra hot Marialisa Calta can be reached at www.
Buy some ripe (preferably fruit juices, you can branch has proved to be the source 1 small onion, peeled and sauce on the side. marialisacalta.com.
Featured Picnic Chicken Delight
2 young Delmarva chick- 2 1/2 teaspoons salt
ens, 2 1/2 to 3 pounds Flour
each, cut up 1/2 teaspoon onion salt
1 cup Crisco 1 cup water
Dip each piece of salted chicken into flour and onion
salt. Place in hot Crisco turning frequently and cook until
golden brown — 35 to 40 minutes. Add water and cover
Oven-Fried Chicken Nuggets pan. Cook over low heat 15 minutes, or until liquid has
evaporated, serve from pan or warm platter. Garnish with
1 1/3 pounds boneless, 1/4 teaspoon paprika
deviled eggs, olives, parsley. Serves 8 to 10.
skinless broiler-fryer 1/4 teaspoon poultry
Note: For picnicking, wrap chicken fryer or serving plat-
chicken breasts seasoning
ter containing chicken in a heavy brown paper bag or sev-
2 cups toasted whole 4 tablespoons butter-fla-
eral layers of newspaper, and your fried chicken will show
grain round oat cereal, vored margarine, melted
up at mealtime appetizingly hot.
crushed* Honey-Mustard Sauce
1 teaspoon onion salt (recipe follows)
1/2 teaspoon pepper
With kitchen shears, cut chicken breasts into 36 nuggets. Spicy Chicken and Rice
Cover a 10-1/2 by 15-1/2-inch baking pan with aluminum
foil; spray with vegetable cooking spray. In medium bowl, 8 chicken thighs 2 tablespoons fresh cilan-
mix together crushed cereal, onion salt, pepper, paprika 3 tablespoons olive oil tro, chopped Butterflied Chicken
and poultry seasoning. Pour mixture onto waxed paper. 1 medium onion, chopped 1/4 cup sour cream for with Herbs and Sticky Lemon
Roll each chicken nugget in melted margarine and then 3 cloves garlic, chopped garnish
in oat cereal mixture, turning to coat. Arrange nuggets 1 cup long-grain rice 1 avocado, sliced for 1 whole chicken, back 1/4 cup sherry vinegar
in single layer on prepared baking pan and bake in 325°. 1 cup low-salt chicken garnish bone and breast bone 1 lemon, thinly sliced
oven about 25 minutes or until brown. Serve with Honey- broth Cilantro sprigs removed and flattened 1/4 cup honey
Mustard Sauce for dipping. Makes 36 hors d’oeuvre. 1/2 cup roasted red Spice Rub: 2 teaspoons kosher salt 2 tablespoons adobo sauce
Honey-Mustard Sauce: In small bowl, stir together 1/2 pepper, chopped 1 teaspoon red pepper 1/2 teaspoon freshly from canned chipotle
cup prepared mustard, 4 tablespoons honey and 1 tea- 1 14.5-ounce can plum flakes ground pepper peppers
spoon mayonnaise. tomatoes, chopped 1 teaspoon ground cumin 5 sprigs rosemary 2 tablespoons toasted
*Crush oat cereal in food processor or blender until 3/4 cup canned black 1 teaspoon chili powder 10 long sprigs thyme sliced almonds
broken into bits but not powdery. beans, rinsed 1 teaspoon salt 10 cloves garlic 1/4 cup chopped fresh
1 (15-ounce) can baby 1/2 teaspoon freshly 2 tablespoons olive oil parsley
corn, drained ground pepper
Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. On cookie
1/4 teaspoon salt
sheet, place rosemary sprigs, thyme sprigs and garlic.
Spice Rub: In medium bowl or spice bag, mix together Arrange flattened chicken on top and sprinkle with
all ingredients. Add chicken and rub spices into all sides olive oil. Place chicken in 400° oven for 20 minutes. Pour
of chicken. Cover and refrigerate overnight or for at least sherry vinegar over chicken and cook additional 15 min-
1 hour. utes. Place lemon slices over chicken. In small bowl, mix
Rice and Chicken: Over medium heat in heavy 4-quart together honey and chipotle sauce; brush over lemon
pot with cover, heat 2 tablespoons olive oil. Saute chicken, slices. Bake chicken additional 10-15 minutes, brushing
turning frequently, until golden brown on all sides, about with honey sauce (use foil to cover chicken if it starts
5 minutes. Remove chicken and set aside. to burn). Test for doneness by inserting an instant
Add remaining tablespoon of oil to casserole dish. Mix in read thermometer into the thickest part of the thigh.
onion and garlic; sauté for 3 minutes, or until translucent. It should register 180°. Remove chicken to platter and
Stir in rice and cook for 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Stir sprinkle with almonds and parsley. Makes 4 servings.
in chicken broth, roasted peppers, tomatoes with juice, — Elise Lalor; Issaquah, WA
black beans, corn and salt. Bring to simmer; add chicken
back to casserole. Cover and reduce heat to low; cook for
20 minutes. Turn chicken and cook for another 20 min-
utes, or until juices run clear when thigh is pierced with
Chinese Chicken Burgers
tip of sharp knife and rice is tender. Add cilantro; trans-
fer to serving dish and garnish with sour cream, cilantro
Louisiana Fried Chicken
sprigs and avocado slices. Serve immediately.
with Rainbow Sesame Slaw 2 1/2 pounds chicken Pepper Sauce: (optional)
parts, rinsed and patted 1 tablespoon butter
2 pounds ground chicken 6 tablespoons butter, dry 1 1/4 cups no-salt or low-
2 tablespoons soy sauce softened Chicken Gumbo 1 cup buttermilk sodium chicken broth
2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 3/4 cup flour 1 medium onion, finely
1 tablespoon sesame oil 6 tablespoons hoisin sauce 2 pounds chicken parts 1 teaspoon chopped garlic 1/4 cup yellow cornmeal chopped
6 cloves garlic, minced Sliced scallions (breast and thigh), cut 2 cups chicken stock 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 green pepper, finely
1 tablespoon minced Sriracha Lime Mayo: up 1 tablespoon purchased 1/2 teaspoon celery salt chopped
lemongrass recipe follows 4 tablespoons vegetable Cajun Seasoning Spice 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1/2 red pepper, finely
1/3 cup sliced scallions Rainbow Sesame Slaw: oil for sautéing Mix, more or less to 1/2 teaspoon cayenne chopped
6 hamburger buns with recipe follows 6 ounces Andouille taste 1 1/2 teaspoons paprika 2 tablespoons flour
sesame seeds sausage 1/2 teaspoon salt, or to 4 cups vegetable oil, for 1/4 teaspoon cayenne
In large bowl, mix together ground chicken, soy sauce, Roux: taste frying 1/4 teaspoon salt
sugar, sesame oil, garlic, lemongrass and scallions. Divide 4 tablespoons vegetable 1/2 teaspoon fresh ground
mixture into 6 patties and set aside. Place grill pan over oil pepper, or to taste Place chicken in large, glass bowl or dish; pour butter-
medium heat. Spread softened butter on hamburger 4 tablespoons flour 1/2 cup chopped green milk over it. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
buns and place on grill pan until light brown. Wipe grill 1 cup diced onion onions In medium bowl, whisk together flour, cornmeal,
pan with paper towel and brush with vegetable oil. Place 1/2 cup diced celery For Serving: salt, celery salt, pepper, paprika and cayenne. Dredge
chicken patties on grill pan and cook over medium high 1/2 cup diced green 4-6 cups cooked rice chicken pieces in flour, two at a time, turning to coat all
heat, turning once, until internal temperature reaches pepper sides thoroughly. Set chicken on a rack and let sit for 30
165°, about 7 minutes per side. During last few minutes minutes.
of cooking, baste each burger with 1 tablespoon of the Warm oil in a large shallow pan or Dutch oven. Add
chicken and brown over medium heat. Add sausage to In medium saucepan over medium heat, warm butter.
hoisin sauce. To assemble, place 1 tablespoon Sriracha Stir in onion, red pepper and green pepper. Stew pep-
Lime Mayo on each bottom and top bun. Place chicken on pot and sauté with chicken. Remove both from pot and
reserve. pers until soft, about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
bun bottoms and top each with 1/3 cup Rainbow Sesame Stir in flour and cayenne. Cook for 2 minutes, stirring
Slaw. Serve with any remaining slaw and mayo on the In same pan, heat oil for roux. Add flour and cook
over medium low heat until flour is desired color – the often. Gradually stir in chicken broth. Bring sauce to
side. Garnish with scallions. Makes 6 servings. simmer; reduce heat to low and let cook until thickened,
darker the roux, the darker the sauce. Add onions,
celery, and green pepper. Add garlic to the mixture; about 5 minutes. Add salt; remove from heat and set
Sriracha Lime Mayo: In small bowl, mix together 3/4 aside until needed.
cup mayonnaise; zest and juice of 1 lime; and 2 table- stir continuously. When vegetables reach desired ten-
derness, about 7-8 minutes, return chicken and sau- In large, cast iron skillet add oil to fill 3/4-inch deep.
spoons Sriracha Chile Sauce. Set aside. Over medium-high heat, warm oil to 350°, using kitchen
sage to pot and cook with vegetables, continuing to stir
frequently. Gradually stir in liquid and bring to a boil. thermometer to test oil temperature. Carefully place
Rainbow Sesame Slaw: In medium-size bowl, mix chicken, skin-side-down in oil. Reduce heat to medium
together 2/3 cup julienne peppers (red, orange, yellow or Reduce heat to simmer and cook for an hour or more.
Season with Cajun seasoning, adding 1 teaspoon at a and cook chicken for 15 minutes until nicely browned.
any combination); 2/3 cup julienned snow peas, strings Turn chicken and cook for additional 10 minutes, until
removed; 2/3 cup julienned jicama; 1 1/2 tablespoons rice time to taste. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Approximately 10 minutes before serving, add green internal temperature registers 180° on the thermom-
wine vinegar; 1 tablespoon sugar; 1 tablespoon soy sauce; eter. Remove chicken and drain on paper towels. Cook
1 teaspoon Sriracha Chile Sauce; 1 teaspoon sesame oil; onions. Serve gumbo over rice or without rice, accom-
panied by French bread. remaining chicken in same manner until done. Before
and 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds. serving, reheat sauce and pass separately.
— Brigitte Nguyen; Lexington, Kentucky Makes 4 servings.
— National Chicken Council — eatchicken.com (National Chicken Council)
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 C3
Pastor’s ministrations give concern instead of comfort to woman
Dear Abby: My father, who feels he needs the pastor’s sup- When my husband dis- information. Something has ing, then you should consult
is a deacon at his church, has port during this difficult time, covered that I hadn’t depos- happened in your husband’s a lawyer.
cancer. I have pitched in to
help Mom take him to treat-
ABBY then the pastor can transport
him and your mother to the
ited the check into the joint
account, he became furi-
life, and he has hidden it from
you. Whether it is business- •
ments out of town. Each time treatment center. If your par- ous. He behaved like a child related or personal, I can’t Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van
he has an outpatient treat- ABIGAIL ents would rather have you throwing a tantrum, ranting say. Under no circumstances Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips,
ment, the pastor of his church VAN there, then you, they or all of and raving about not having must you give in to blackmail. and was founded by her mother, Pauline
shows up and stays with us
the entire time — sometimes
BUREN you together can inform the
love-struck pastor that his
access to the money without
You deserve to know the truth
so you can deal with it as a
Phillips. Write Dear Abby at
www.Dear Abby.com or P.O. Box 69440,
all day long. don’t want to make small talk services are appreciated but My husband is now threat- couple. If your husband and Los Angeles, CA 90069.
Abby, he follows me around with someone who is begin- unnecessary. ening to sell the house if I his CPA are not forthcom-
like a lost puppy, and it is clear ning to creep me out. How do Dear Abby: I recently don’t give in to his demand.
that he’s attracted to me — I tell him to stay away with- received my federal tax return My husband has his own per-
even referring to me once as out making a huge scene? — refund and deposited the sonal and business accounts.
his “girlfriend.” I am repulsed Makes My Skin Crawl check into my personal sav- Should I give in and put the
by this reference as I am hap- Dear Makes: Ask your ings account. Abby, that check funds into our joint account or
pily married to a wonderful father whom he would like is in my name only because I stand firm and let him play out
man. This man is married, to have with him when he’s get that money for my daugh- his threats? — Disconcerted
too. getting his treatments — you ter from a previous marriage. in Denver
I want to be there for Dad or his pastor. Then explain I have always put the refund Dear Disconcerted: Do not
during his treatments, but I exactly why. If your father into my own account. move the money without more
BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION Tendinitis has many causes
If tomorrow is your birthday: The year ahead is likely to be
Dear Dr. Gott: I am a 76-year-
one where you will either be establishing yourself in a new field
of endeavor or moving up the ladder in your present one. In
old male. I have tendinitis in ASK
either case, the opportunities to succeed will be greater than
both my shoulders. Is there
anything that can help with THE
Taurus (April 20-May 20) — The temptation to think on a
the pain? I went to physical
therapy for two weeks, but it
grand scale should not be denied. Don’t hesitate to make gran- didn’t do any good. My doctor DR. PETER
diose plans that could have a positive impact on your future,
because chances are you’ll pull them off.
says that exercise will work,
but it hasn’t helped me much.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) — When another asks for guidance Dear Reader: Tendinitis is a tant to rest the affected joint
THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
on his or her material affairs, don’t hesitate to offer good advice. common condition that is the when possible, but not for so by Mike Argirion and Jeff Knurek
You’ll come up with alternatives this person would never have result of inflammation, irrita- long that it heals inappropri-
tion and swelling of a tendon ately. Physical therapy and Unscramble these four Jumbles,
conceived. one letter to each square,
Cancer (June 21-July 22) — If you realize that knowledge you (flexible, fibrous tissue that exercise will help rebuild some to form four ordinary words.
connects muscle to bone). Ten- of the lost strength, allowing
possess might be of real value to two other people, get them
together and share the information. Their gratitude will make
dons are found throughout the for faster healing, but it must ROFOL
body, but the areas most com- be introduced slowly to avoid
you feel 10 feet tall. monly affected by tendinitis worsening the condition.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Gratification could come from seeing are the elbow, shoulder, knee Surgery is an option for ©2009 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
two of your objectives succeed through smart reasoning. You and Achilles tendon (back of tears. If the tear involves most
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can do with your mind what others could only dream of being the heel and ankle). or all of the affected tendon, SOUME
able to conceive. There are several causes, surgical repair may be nec-
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Encountering someone you including injury, overuse, essary to restore function
haven’t seen for a while could turn out to be a lucky break. This aging and certain systemic and reduce pain. Partial tears
individual will be the perfect person to help advance a personal conditions such as rheumatoid
arthritis or lupus. The most
may also benefit from cast- SARGYS
project. ing to prevent movement that
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — You will get the chance to put forth common symptom is pain in may lead to the tendon heal-
an idea to make some changes around the home, which you’ve the affected joint and sur- ing itself. NEW JUMBLE NINTENDO www.jumble.com/ds
rounding area. People prone If both your shoulders are
been unsure the family would go for. The timing is right for ac-
to developing tendinitis are affected, I urge you to return HYSTAN
those who perform frequent Now arrange the circled letters
to your physician to discuss
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Your restless spirit won’t be at repetitive tasks, such as car-
to form the surprise answer, as
other treatment options. Per- suggested by the above cartoon.
ease unless you can drum up some kind of social involvement. penters, dancers, athletes and haps a referral to an orthope-
Don’t wait for things to happen; find some pals who like to play. musicians. dic specialist is in order. Answer:
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — The financial possibilities ap- You say that you have tendi- •
pear to be much stronger today than yesterday. Give some nitis in both shoulders. There (Answers tomorrow)
Write to Dr. Peter Gott in care of United
Jumbles: SUAVE ALIAS JIGGLE EXCITE
quality time to situations that could make or save you money. are two types that affect the Media, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092- Yesterday’s
Answer: When the captain raised the periscope, the
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — If you believe your ideas are shoulders. The first is biceps 0167. submarine was at — “SEE” LEVEL
better than those of your co-workers, without being aggressive tendonitis, which frequently RELEASE DATE– Wednesday, May 13, 2009
or overwhelming, take the necessary steps to see that they are causes pain on the front or
Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
implemented. side of the shoulder and may
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Don’t close any doors that could extend down the arm to the
lead to the development of new financial opportunities. Timing elbow and forearm. Pain may
also be present when the arm
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will play a key role. ACROSS DOWN 36 UN delegate 49 Rogue
is raised above the head.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) — Get in touch with some influen- 1 Patches, as a 1 Amber, e.g. 37 502, to the 50 Former RR
The second type is rotator-
tial friends who could help further a major objective. The timing cuff tendonitis, which causes lawn 2 Juanita’s January Romans watchdog
is excellent for gaining their support in more ways than one. pain at the tip of the shoulder 7 Grass houses 3 Ex-NFL coach 38 See 31-Down 51 Not as common
Aries (March 21-April 19) — An unexpected reward could and the upper, outer arm. Pain 11 Cool __ Hank 40 Caesar’s TV 53 Rogue
come through someone who feels beholden for something you cucumber 4 URL ending sidekick 54 News analyst
may occur or worsen during
did for him or her without asking anything in return. This person 14 Appetizer 5 Like Chicago- 41 In direct Roberts
reaching, pushing, pulling,
follower style pizza confrontation 55 “Doe, __...”: song
has been looking for a way to reciprocate. lying on the affected side, lift-
15 Place serving 6 Scorch 45 Brew container lyric
ing and raising the arm above links 7 “I’ll take a card” 46 “I’ve Gotta __”: 58 Car sticker abbr.
TWEEN 12 & 20 shoulder level.
All types of tendinitis can
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BY DR. ROBERT WALLACE • NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIATION 17 Beetle Bailey’s uncertainty 47 Paso __: two-step 62 Miner’s objective
lead to reduced range of boss 9 Weighty weight 48 Commander 63 One on a beat
Dr. Wallace: I’m 12 and have a 10-year-old brother; we both motion. They may also be 20 Fund for later yrs. 10 Wears proudly
live with our mother. Our parents are divorced. My problem is associated with partial or 21 Puritanical 11 Obliquely ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
that I get blamed for everything my brother does wrong. complete tendon tears. 22 Superman player 12 Utensil with a
Treatment depends on the 23 Migrant mesh bottom
Let me give you an example. Five minutes ago, he got angry
cause. For example, tendinitis 25 Quasimodo’s 13 Freud
because our puppy wanted to play with me rather than him. milieu contemporary
caused by overuse can often
Did he walk away and say that he’d play with the puppy later? be resolved with simple mea- 28 Kissers 18 Penpoints
No! Instead, he ran to his room and slammed the door. This sures such as over-the-coun- 30 Western treaty 19 Vintage wheels
caused a picture hanging on the wall to fall, breaking the glass ter anti-inflammatory medi- gp. 24 Smart fellows?
and scratching the picture. cations and rest. Underlying 31 Remove the chaff 26 Recline lazily
Was my brother punished for his temper tantrum? No! I’m sent medical conditions, such as 34 American __, 27 Birthday
to my room for “aggravating” my little brother. It’s not my fault if North Dakota preparation
rheumatoid arthritis, need to
state tree class?
the dog enjoys my company more than my brother’s. be addressed by the appropri-
29 Used one’s cell
35 “Yay me!”
I called my dad and explained everything to him, and he said ate specialist and disease-spe- 31 With 38-Down,
39 Swiss Miss, e.g.
to ignore my brother when he has a bad temper. That’s very cific therapies. 42 Times to call, in employment
hard to do. Do you have any better advice? Remember, this guy For those associated with ads termination
is a little monster. — Glenda, Klamath Falls, Ore. tears or aging, specific treat- 43 __ sequitur 32 Hwy. lane type
Glenda: It appears that Mother Nature has decided that ments are available. Initially, 44 Horror film 33 Rd. or st.
anti-inflammatory medica- creature 34 Long time
10-year-old brothers will always pester older sisters. I don’t
tions should be used to reduce 45 Nuclear agency 35 Pace of a piece firstname.lastname@example.org 05/13/09
know why, except maybe it teaches sisters the meaning of toler-
swelling and pain. It is impor- estab. under
ance. Thank goodness this stage doesn’t last too long (though I Truman
realize even one day seems too long right now.) Sooner or later, 46 Sign of traffic
almost certainly, the two of you will be good buddies. Honest!
Try hard to share with your brother and include him in some
of your activities. Even though it might be difficult, give him a
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No one said it was fun for a 12-year-old girl to have a 10-year- 57 Guns & __
old brother, but when you’re older you’ll be glad he’s around. NIGHT magazine
Just wait and see. Oyster Night 59 Fish oil source
Dr. Wallace: Tattoos are in. I’d like to get the tattoo of a butter-
fly on my left shoulder, and my boyfriend is pushing for me to
$6.00 a Dozen
60 German dessert,
get one. But I haven’t yet because I’m concerned about getting 64 Bk. before
an STD infection from the tattoo needle. My boyfriend says it’s • THURSDAY • Numbers
Wing Night Special 65 Shaw’s
impossible to get a sexually transmitted disease from being tat-
tooed. King Edward 66 Dorm cohort
I’m not so sure about that. What is the truth? — Rosa, Browns- in the dining room 67 “... __ the set of
ville, Texas. sun”: “Macbeth”
Rosa: People can become infected with an STD by sharing • FRIDAY 68 Will of “The
needles for any reason, including doing drugs, ear piercing or & SATURDAY • Waltons”
69 Word that can
tattooing. Of course, all tattoo artists say they use new needles
for every tattoo they perform. I’m sure most of them do. But the follow the first
word of 17-, 25-,
risk is still there.
39-, 47-, or 60-
• Across By Laura Sternberg
Dr. Robert Wallace writes for Copley News Service. E-mail him at rwallace@Copley (c)2009 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
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TONIGHT ON TV
Palin has book deal, memoir to come next year
“Presumed Innocent” — A mar- NEW YORK (AP) — You Palin Although Republicans Sen. A memoir (or two) have
ried prosecutor, Harrison Ford, knew it was coming: Sarah declined to John McCain and Palin were become a virtual require-
hires an attorney, Raul Julia, to Palin is ready to tell her side, name any spe- easily beaten by Democrats ment for White House seek-
defend him against charges of agreeing to publish a memoir cific misun- Barack Obama and Joseph ers, especially after Obama’s
murdering his seductive col- with HarperCollins. The book derstandings Biden, Palin emerged a favor- “The Audacity of Hope” and
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dermen of the City of Vicks-
Trade Commission says
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dermen of the City of Vicks-
burg, Mississippi, will con-
of October, 2005, Arasimo C.
Borrello, Jr., a married man
The current discount provid-
ed under the Company's
ton, Jr., Deceased, by the
Chancery Court of Warren
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009
Victor Gray-Lewis EMERGENCY
07. Help Wanted
duct a public hearing at their and Holly A. Borrello, a mar- Lifeline service is $8.25 per County, Mississippi on the Letters Testamentary having Director
regular meeting on June 1, ried woman husband and month for each month that 30th day of April 2009, on been granted on the 10th Building & Inspections CA$H
2009 at 10:00a.m. on the wife as joint tenants with the customer qualifies. The this day gives notice to all day of March, 2009, through Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) BORROW $100.00 Applications being accepted for:
state of your property de- right of survivorship, execut- one-time discount for Link- persons having a claim the Chancery Court of War- • RN •
ed and delivered a certain Up service is $30.00. To re- against the said Estate to ren County, Mississippi, to BEFORE THE BOARD OF PAYBACK $105.00
scribed above, situated with-
in the City of Vicksburg, Mis- Deed of Trust unto William L. ceive these discounts, the have the same probated and Robin Teresa Reynolds MAYOR AND ALDERMEN BEST DEAL IN TOWN 3-11 Shift
sissippi, to determine if such Shappley, Jr., Trustee for Mississippi Public Service registered by the Chancery Brennan, Executrix of the OF THE CITY OF VICKS- VALID CHECKING Monday-Friday
condition is a hazard and/or The Hurricane Mortgage Commission has determined Clerk of Warren County, Mis- Estate of Ruth Patricia BURG. MISSISSIPPI
menace to the health, safety Company, Inc, a Mississippi that an individual must par- sissippi, within ninety (90) Reynolds, deceased, in Civil NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- ACCOUNT REQUIRED We offer Blue Cross/
and welfare of the citizens of Corporation, Beneficiary, to ticipate in one of the follow- days after the date of the first Action No.2009-027-PR, no- ING FOR DETAILS CALL Blue Shield medical
the City of Vicksburg, Missis- secure an indebtedness ing federal assistance pro- publication of this notice, and tice is hereby given to all Name & Address insurance, PTO &
grams: Medicaid; Food a failure to probate and reg- Property Description 601-638-7000 401K-Plan.
sippi, and to order such therein described, which persons having claims
cleaning of the above men- Deed of Trust is recorded in Stamps; Supplemental Secu- ister a claim within ninety against the estate to present TO: 9 TO 5 MON.- FRI.
the office of the Chancery rity Income; Federal Public (90) days from said first date same to the Clerk of the Mary Ann Wells Apply in Person at:
tioned property as may be Shady Lawn Nursing Home
necessary to remove said Clerk of Warren County, Mis- Housing Assistance (Section of publication will bar the Court for probate and regis- Parcel# 094F 13
8); Low-Income Home Ener- claim forever. 265015004900 ENDING HOMELESS- 60 Shady Lawn Place
property as a hazard or men- sissippi in Book 1559 at tration according to law with- NESS. WOMEN with chil- For more information,
ace to the health, safety and Page 289 # 228212 and gy Assistance Program; or WITNESS my signature on in ninety (90) days from the P.O. Box 574
Temporary Assistance for this the 30th day of April 1601 Martin Luther King, dren or without are you in contact:
welfare of the citizens of the rerecorded in Book 1559 at date of publication of this no- need of shelter? Mountain Brooke Lott or
City of Vicksburg, Mississip- Page 673 # 228330; and Needy Families. 2009 tice or they will be forever PPIN 19162
/s/John Mark Hamilton Biloxi, MS 39533-0574 of Faith Ministries/ Wom- Robyn Montgomery
pi. WHEREAS, by various as- Other terms and conditions barred by law. (601)-636-1448
apply. For example, cus- JOHN MARK HAMILTON Vicksburg, MS 39180 en's Restoration Shelter.
BY ORDER OF THE signments on record said This the 9th day of March, Certain restrictions apply,
BOARD OF MAYOR AND Deed of Trust was ultimately tomers must apply for Life- Publish: 5/6, 5/13, 5/20(3t) 2009. You are hereby notified that EOE
line and Link-Up and we are the Board of Mayor and Al- 601-661-8990. Life coach-
ALDERMEN OF THE CITY assigned to US Bank Nation- /s/Robin Teresa Reynolds ing available by appoint-
OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- al Association, as Trustee for required to verify the continu- BEFORE THE BOARD OF Brennan dermen of the City of Vicks-
SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009
CSFB HEAT 2006-4 by in-
strument recorded in the of-
ing accuracy of the qualifying
information provided by
MAYOR AND ALDERMEN
OF THE CITY OF VICKS-
burg, Mississippi, will con-
duct a public hearing at their
Building & Inspections
fice of the aforesaid
Chancery Clerk in Book
those individuals. Similarly,
as long as a qualified individ-
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
Publish: 5/6, 5/13, 5/20(3t)
regular meeting on June 1,
2009 at 10:00a.m. on the
Is the one you Students!
Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) 1494 at Page 319 ual agrees to toll blocking, ING state of your property de- love
Instrument # 267038; and that individual is not required Name & Address scribed above, situated with- hurting you? SUMMER WORK
WHEREAS, on the 11th day to pay a deposit prior to our Property Description in the City of Vicksburg, Mis- Call
of April, 2009, the Holder of service being offered. A TO: SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S sissippi, to determine if such $14 Starting Pay
said Deed of Trust substitut- complete set of terms for Mary Lacey Lindsey NOTICE OF SALE condition is a hazard and/or Haven House Family
INVITATION FOR BIDS ed and appointed Emily these programs is available or Larry Lacey WHEREAS, on April 29, menace to the health, safety Shelter Flexible Schedules
FOREST PROUCTS FOR Kaye Courteau as Trustee in at Delta's Commercial of- Parcel# 0942 13 075 011700 1996, Rickey A. Skinner and and welfare of the citizens of
SALE said Deed of Trust, by instru- fices. 517 Feld Street Ethel Dorene Skinner, Hus- the City of Vicksburg, Missis-
601-638-0555 or Customer
VICKSBURG WARREN Please call Delta Telephone 512 Feld Street, PPIN 19828 band and Wife, executed a sippi, and to order such 1-800-898-0860
ment recorded in the office of
Company, Inc. at 1-877-433- Vicksburg, MS 39180 certain deed of trust to B. cleaning of the above men- Services available to Sales/Service
the aforesaid Chancery Clerk
NOTICE Vicksburg, MS 39180 Blake Teller, Trustee for the tioned property as may be
Sealed bids will be received
in Book 1494 at Page 320 In- 7878 or write us at P. O. Box
You are hereby notified that benefit of Merchants Bank,
women & children who are All Ages 17+
strument # 267039; and 217, Louise, MS 39097 or necessary to remove said victims of
by the Vicksburg Warren WHEREAS, default having visit our web-site at the Board of Mayor and Al- which deed of trust is of property as a hazard or men- Call NOW
record in the office of the domestic violence and/or
School District up to and no been made in the payments http://www.deltaphone.com dermen of the City of Vicks- ace to the health, safety and homeless: Shelter, coun-
later than 10:00 a.m., May of the indebtedness secured for additional information or burg, Mississippi, will con- Chancery Clerk of Warren welfare of the citizens of the 601-636-9100
20, 2009 for the right to cut duct a public hearing at their County, State of Mississippi seling, group support.
by the said Deed of Trust, with questions. We encour- City of Vicksburg, Mississip-
and remove all timber, stand- regular meeting on June 1, in Book 1051 at Page 838; pi. (Counseling available by
and the holder of said Deed age you to contact Delta
ing or down, marked or des- Telephone Company if you 2009 at 10:00a.m. on the and BY ORDER OF THE appt.) BE YOUR OWN boss!
of Trust, having requested WHEREAS, said Deed of
ignated for that purpose on the undersigned so to do, on believe you qualify for Life- state of your property de- BOARD OF MAYOR AND Process medical claims
Section 16, Township 18N, line and Link-up. scribed above, situated with- Trust was subsequently as- ALDERMEN OF THE CITY from home on your comput-
the 20th day of May, 2009, I signed to Midfirst Bank by in-
Range 2E, Warren County, will during the lawful hours of Publish: 5/13(1t) in the City of Vicksburg, Mis- OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- er. Call The Federal Trade
Mississippi. Bids will be on a sissippi, to determine if such strument dated January 14, SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009 Commission to find out how
between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 2009 and recorded in Book
pay-as-cut, per ton basis for p.m., at public outcry, offer BEFORE THE BOARD OF condition is a hazard and/or Victor Gray-Lewis to spot medical billing
the following products: hard- MAYOR AND ALDERMEN menace to the health, safety 1492 at Page 747 of the Director scams. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A
for sale and will sell, at the aforesaid Chancery Clerk's
wood pulpwood and hard- west front door of the Warren OF THE CITY OF VICKS- and welfare of the citizens of Building & Inspections message from The Vicks-
wood sawtimber. BURG. MISSISSIPPI the City of Vicksburg, Missis- office; and Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) burg Post and The FTC.
County Courthouse at Vicks- WHEREAS, Midfirst Bank
Before bids are submitted, burg, Mississippi, for cash to NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- sippi, and to order such
full information concerning the highest bidder, the fol- ING cleaning of the above men- has heretofore substituted J. BEFORE THE BOARD OF MARTY KITTRELL DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
the material for sale, condi- lowing described land and Name & Address tioned property as may be Gary Massey as Trustee by MAYOR AND ALDERMEN has started a daily blog
tions of sale and submission property situated in Warren Property Description necessary to remove said instrument dated January 22, OF THE CITY OF VICKS- NO CDL?
of bids should be obtained TO: property as a hazard or men- 2009 and recorded in the BURG. MISSISSIPPI featuring photos of
County, Mississippi, to-wit: No Problem!
from Tommy Walker, Missis- All of Lot 3, Savannah Hills Eugenia Foster ace to the health, safety and aforesaid Chancery Clerk's NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- Vicksburg and the sur-
sippi Forestry Commission, Subdivision, Part 1, recorded Parcel# 0941 13 2290 welfare of the citizens of the Office in Book 1492 at Page ING
Vicksburg, Mississippi, City of Vicksburg, Mississip- 748; and Name & Address
rounding area. View it at: Earn up to $900/wk.
in Plat Book 3, Page 127 of 007300
phone number 601-927- pi. WHEREAS, default having Property Description http://martykittrellphotos.blogspot.com
the Land Records of Warren 2009 Floyd
been made in the terms and Home weekends with
9383. County, Mississippi, and be- 234 North Locust Street, BY ORDER OF THE TO:
The right to reject any and all ing contained therein in Plat PPIN 14160 BOARD OF MAYOR AND conditions of said deed of West Kemper Farms TMC
bids is reserved. Cabinet "A" at Slot 204-B. Vicksburg, MS 39183 ALDERMEN OF THE CITY trust and the entire debt se- c/o SKL Investments PUBLIC NOTICE
Publish: 4/29, 5/6, 5/13(3t) I will only convey such title Vicksburg, MS 39180 OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- cured thereby having been Parcel# 0942 13 0750 The Madison Parish Company endorsed
as is vested in me as Substi- You are hereby notified that SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009 declared to be due and 011700
tute Trustee the Board of Mayor and Al- Victor Gray-Lewis payable in accordance with P.O. Box 3602 School District is seeking CDL Training.
WITNESS MY SIGNATURE, dermen of the City of Vicks- Director the terms of said deed of 512 Feld Street, PPIN 19828 property owners with
this day April 23, 2009 burg, Mississippi, will con- Building & Inspections trust, Midfirst Bank, the legal Meridian, MS 39303-3602 1-800-350-7364
INVITATION FOR BIDS
duct a public hearing at their Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) holder of said indebtedness, Vicksburg, MS 39180 housing accommodations
FOREST PROUCTS FOR Emily Kaye Courteau having requested the under-
SALE Substitute Trustee regular meeting on June 1, You are hereby notified that that are interested in
signed Substituted Trustee
VICKSBURG WARREN 2309 Oliver Road
Monroe, LA 71201
2009 at 10:00a.m. on the
state of your property de-
The following vehicle is con-
sidered abandoned and will to execute the trust and sell
the Board of Mayor and Al-
dermen of the City of Vicks-
leasing/renting of facilities PUT THE
SCHOOL DISTRICT be sold for towing, labor and said land and property in ac- burg, Mississippi, will con- to approximately 10-12
(318) 330-9020 scribed above, situated with-
Sealed bids will be received cls/F09-0722 in the City of Vicksburg, Mis- storage charges incurred.
1990 Toyota 4 Runner
cordance with the terms of
said deed of trust and for the
duct a public hearing at their
regular meeting on June 1,
teachers expected to relo- CLASSIFIEDS
by the Vicksburg Warren Publish: 4/29, 5/6, 5/13(3t) sissippi, to determine if such
condition is a hazard and/or VIN# JT3VN39W1L0013106 purpose of raising the sums 2009 at 10:00a.m. on the cate and be employed for
School District up to and no
later than 10:00 a.m., May menace to the health, safety Mark McKay due thereunder, together
with attorney's fees, trustee's
state of your property de- the 2009-2010 school year. TO WORK FOR
and welfare of the citizens of 3 Dogwood Heights scribed above, situated with-
20, 2009 for the right to cut Vicksburg, MS 39180 fees and expense of sale. in the City of Vicksburg, Mis- Accommodations must be
the City of Vicksburg, Missis-
and remove all timber, stand-
ing or down, marked or des- BEFORE THE BOARD OF
sippi, and to order such Publish: 4/29, 5/6, 5/13(3t) NOW, THEREFORE, I, J.
Gary Massey, Substituted
sissippi, to determine if such available for July 1, 2009 YOU!
cleaning of the above men- condition is a hazard and/or
ignated for that purpose on MAYOR AND ALDERMEN IN THE CHANCERY Trustee in said deed of trust, menace to the health, safety and may consist of single
Section 16, Township 17N, tioned property as may be
OF THE CITY OF VICKS- COURT OF WARREN will on June 3, 2009 offer for and welfare of the citizens of
necessary to remove said units and/or dwellings for
Range 5E, Warren County, BURG. MISSISSIPPI property as a hazard or men- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI sale at public outcry and sell the City of Vicksburg, Missis- Check our
Mississippi. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- ace to the health, safety and IN RE: ESTATE OF JESSE within legal hours (being be- sippi, and to order such two or more persons being
Before bids are submitted, ING MONK, DECEASED tween the hours of 11:00 cleaning of the above men- listings to find the
full information concerning Name & Address
welfare of the citizens of the able to live together
City of Vicksburg, Mississip- LINDA RENEE MONK, EX- a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), at the tioned property as may be
the material for sale, condi- Property Description pi. ECUTRIX West Door of the County necessary to remove said comfortably.
tions of sale and submission TO: PROBATE NO. 2009-032PR Courthouse of Warren Coun- property as a hazard or men- All interested property
help you need...
of bids should be obtained BY ORDER OF THE
John & Susan Calvin BOARD OF MAYOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS ty, located at Vicksburg, Mis- ace to the health, safety and
from Tommy Walker, Missis- Parcel# 0951 19 2031 NOTICE is hereby given that sissippi, to the highest and welfare of the citizens of the
owners are asked to
sippi Forestry Commission, ALDERMEN OF THE CITY
004500 OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- Letters Testmentary on the best bidder for cash the fol- City of Vicksburg, Mississip- contact Superintendent
Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1912 Sky Farm Ave. Estate of Jesse Monk, De- lowing described property pi.
phone number 601-927- SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009 Samuel Dixon at the
1912 Sky Farm Avenue, Victor Gray-Lewis ceased, Probate No. 2009- situated in Warren County, BY ORDER OF THE
9383. PPIN 20410 Director 032PR were granted to the State of Mississippi, to-wit: BOARD OF MAYOR AND Madison Parish School •Electricians
The right to reject any and all Vicksburg, MS 39183 undersigned by the All of Lot 94 of Dogwood ALDERMEN OF THE CITY
bids is reserved. Building & Inspections Board (301 South Chestnut
Vicksburg, MS 39180 Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) Chancery Court of Warren Lake Estates Subdivision, OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- •Roofers
Publish: 4/29, 5/6, 5/13(3t) You are hereby notified that County, Mississippi on the Part 1-B, a plat of which is SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009 Street, Tallulah) or by tele-
the Board of Mayor and Al- 11th day of March, 2009, all recorded in Plat Book 3 at Victor Gray-Lewis
dermen of the City of Vicks- persons having claims Pages 39 and 40 of the Land phone at (318)-574-3616. •Plumbers
Substitute Trustee's Notice Director
burg, Mississippi, will con- of Sale against said Estate are here- Records of Warren County, Building & Inspections
duct a public hearing at their STATE OF MISSISSIPPI by notified and required to Mississippi. Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) Classified Advertising •Landscapers
SEALED BIDS for furnishing regular meeting on June 1, COUNTY OF Warren have the same probated and I WILL CONVEY only such really brings big results!
Re-Roof City Auditorium will 2009 at 10:00a.m. on the WHEREAS, on the 18th day registered by the Chancery title as vested in me as Sub-
be received in the office of state of your property de- of January, 2006 and ac- Clerk of Warren County, Mis- stituted Trustee.
the City Clerk of the City of
Vicksburg, Mississippi until
scribed above, situated with-
in the City of Vicksburg, Mis-
knowledged on the 18th day
of January, 2006, Katina
sissippi, within ninety (90)
days after the date of the first
WITNESS MY SIGNATURE
on this 6th day of May, 2009.
11. Business 11. Business 11. Business
5:00 o'clock p.m., Wednes-
day, June 10, 2009. They will
sissippi, to determine if such
condition is a hazard and/or
Foster, executed and deliv- publication of this notice, and J. Gary Massey
Opportunities Opportunities Opportunities
ered a certain Deed of Trust a failure to probate and reg-
be publicly opened and read menace to the health, safety unto Ellis and Ellis, Trustee ister a claim within ninety Shapiro & Massey, L.L.P.
aloud by the Mayor and Al- and welfare of the citizens of for Mortgage Electronic Reg- (90) days from said first date 1910 Lakeland Drive
dermen of the City of Vicks- the City of Vicksburg, Missis- istration Systems, Inc, Bene- of publication will bar the Suite B
burg in a Regular Board sippi, and to order such ficiary, to secure an indebt- claims forever. Jackson, MS 39216
Meeting at 10:00 o'clock cleaning of the above men- edness therein described, WITNESS my signature on (601)981-9299
a.m., Wednesday, June 10, tioned property as may be which Deed of Trust is this the 1st day of May, 310 Dogwood Lake Drive
2009. necessary to remove said recorded in the office of the 2009. Vicksburg, MS 39183
Bidders are cautioned that property as a hazard or men- Chancery Clerk of Warren /s/Linda Renee Monk 09-101980GW
the City Clerk does not re- ace to the health, safety and County, Mississippi in Book LINDA RENEE MONK Publish: 5/13, 5/20, 5/27(3t)
ceive the daily U.S. Mail on welfare of the citizens of the 1573 at Page 227 # 230382; Publish: 5/6, 5/13, 5/20(3t)
or before 9:00 a.m. Bids will City of Vicksburg, Mississip- and
be time-stamped upon re- pi. WHEREAS, on the 8th day
ceipt according to City BY ORDER OF THE of November, 2006, Mort-
Clerk's time clock. BOARD OF MAYOR AND gage Electronic Registration
Specifications and instruc- ALDERMEN OF THE CITY Systems, Inc., assigned said
tions for bidding are on file in OF VICKSBURG, MISSIS- Deed of Trust unto Wells
the office of the City Clerk, SIPPI, this the May 7, 2009
second floor, City Hall, 1401 Victor Gray-Lewis
Fargo Bank, N.A., by instru-
ment recorded in the office of
Walnut Street, corner Craw- Director the aforesaid Chancery Clerk parents, college students,
ford and Walnut Streets, Building & Inspections in Book 1430 at Page 410
Vicksburg, Mississippi. Publish: 5/13, 5/20(2t) #240330; and
nurses. . . they’re all
Plans, specifications, con-
tract documents and propos-
WHEREAS, on the 8th day delivering the newspaper
of November, 2006, the
al forms may be obtained Holder of said Deed of Trust SHOW THEM HOW PROUD YOU ARE! in their spare time and
from the office of Canizaro
Cawthon Davis Architects at Delta Telephone Company,
substituted and appointed
Emily Kaye Courteau as The Vicksburg Post will publish earning extra income!
129 South President Street, Inc. SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1 Trustee in said Deed of It’s easy - and it’s a great
Jackson, Mississippi, 601-
948-7337, upon payment of
DID YOU KNOW
Universal Service Offering
Trust, by instrument record- a “Graduation Special Edition” way to earn extra cash.
ed in the office of the afore-
No Wonder Everybody’s Doing It
Twenty-Five dollars ($25.00)
for each set, which will not
On December 16, 1997, the
Mississippi Public Service
said Chancery Clerk in Book
1430 at Page 411 # 240331;
that will be inserted into the
be refunded. Commission designated
Cash, Cashier's Check, Cer- Delta Telephone Company,
WHEREAS, default having
Thursday, June 4th newspaper.
tified Check or Bidder's Bond Inc. ("Delta") an "Eligible been made in the payments To join
in the amount of 5% of bid Telecommunications Carrier" of the indebtedness secured Cost is $20 per photo. The Vicksburg Post
must accompany same. A for its service area for Uni- by the said Deed of Trust,
performance bond and a versal Service Fund purpos- and the holder of said Deed Hurry, the deadline is Monday, newspaper team
payment bond, each in the es and programs. The goal of Trust, having requested
amount of 100 percent of the of universal service is to pro- the undersigned so to do, on
you must be
contract, issued by a Surety vide all Mississippi citizens the 20th day of May, 2009, I
May 18th at 3pm. dependable, have
Company licensed to oper-
ate in the State of Mississippi
access to essential telecom-
munications services. Our
will during the lawful hours of
between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 insurance, reliable Your Hometown Newspaper!
will be required by the suc- service area includes the fol- p.m., at public outcry, offer transportation, and
The Mayor and Aldermen of
lowing Mississippi telephone
exchanges: Ackerman (662-
for sale and will sell, at the
be available to deliver
Openings Available in:
west front door of the Warren
the City of Vicksburg re-
serve the right to reject any
285), Chester (662-387), Ea-
gle Lake (601-279), Holly
County Courthouse at Vicks-
burg, Mississippi, for cash to 1601 F North Frontage Road afternoons Monday - Edwards, Bolton
and all bids and to waive in-
Bluff (662-828), Isola (662-
962), Louise (662-836) and
the highest bidder, the fol-
lowing described land and Vicksburg, MS 39180 Friday and early
and 61 South area
Walter W. Osborne, Jr., City
Publish: 5/6, 5/13(2t)
Merigold (662-748). Our ser-
vice area also includes Eagle
property situated in Warren
County, Mississippi, to-wit:
and Sunday. 601-636-4545 ext. 181
Lake (318-275) in Louisiana. That certain lot or parcel of or e-mail email@example.com
Delta Telephone Company, land lying and being situated
HAVE A CLEAN AND
C6 Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The Vicksburg Post
220 PHYSICAL THERAPIST
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a s ee
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yard with palm trees and
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patio begging for outside entertainment. 4 brms,
tm laig 2 1/2 bths, family rm/fireplace, formal dining, & eat-in Camellia offers very competitive per 415 Lake Blvd.
kitchen with stainless steel appliances & granite counter tops. Lakefront home with spectacular views on 3 sides. This 3 bedroom,
• Carpet/Oriental/ • Ceramic Tile & visit rates and excellent benefits. 2 bath home features a living room/dining room combo with brick
Area Rug Cleaning
• House Cleaning
JIMMY BALL Please call Tommye Strickland at
601-638-6606 or fax resume to
fireplace, eat-in-kitchen, and deck overlooking lake.
& Coldwell Banker All Stars
• Carpet & Fabric • Clean & Wax Wood 601-638-5435 or 601-218-3541 601-636-7926 REALTOR ASSOCIATE®
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07. Help Wanted 07. Help Wanted 14. Pets & 18. Miscellaneous 24. Business 26. For Rent 26. For Rent 28. Furnished
Livestock For Sale Services Or Lease Or Lease Apartments
FULL TIME CUSTODIAN HOUSEKEEPER NEED-
needed for medium size ED. Call 601-636-1477 for BRAND NEW QUEEN
BACK HOE WORK OFFICE SPACE LOCATED COMPLETELY FURNISHED
church. Inquire at 3736 more information. size mattress set. In plas-
Drains, tree removal, sep- APARTMENTS on Wisconsin Avenue. All utili- CORPORATE APARTMENT
Halls Ferry Road, 9am-12 Please have tic, with factory warranty.
tic tanks. Free estimate! ties included. $425 monthly. All utilities paid, laundry
noon. $145. 601-573-6930.
Contact Herman Thomas
1 bedroom unfurnished. Also approximately 800 room provided, 1 bedroom.
• BARTENDERS your pets 601-456-6154. Private 2 bedrooms, 1 bath square feet, $575 monthly and $900 monthly. Studio apart-
HOME VISITOR POSI- FOR LESS THAN 45
TION. Full time; Bachelor's • CASHIERS spayed and cents per day, have corporate apartments with 3,000 square feet, $1,300 ment $750. 601-415-9027,
Degree in Social Work or The Vicksburg Post Toni Walker Terrett monthly. 601-634-6669. 601-638-4386.
related field required. Send
• BOOKKEEPERS neutered. delivered to your home. covered parking available.
Attorney At Law
resume to: P.O. Box 64, • CLERICAL www.pawsrescuepets.org Only $14 per month,
601-636-1109 Long or short term lease.
Vicksburg, MS 39181. 7 day delivery. Call 601-638-9876
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED! Call 601-636-4545,
• Bankruptcy Apartments
Please call at Ashley at Chapter 7 and 13
15. Auction FOR SALE! • Social Seurity Disability
SMALL OFFICE SPACE
for rent $400 per month. Lo-
52' INCH HITACHI, HIGH • No-fault Divorce cated on Wisconsin Av-
DEFINITION. Asking $450. enue. Great location. Call
WINDOWS DESKTOP LOOKING FOR A great Call 601-630-8231.
value? Subscribe to The John 601-529-7376.
Vicksburg Post, 601-636-
FREE ESTIMATES Approximately 1600
Must have experience. K&K CRAWFISH NOW TREY GORDON square foot building for
4545, ask for Circulation.
Send resume to: gov.it.ca-
selling purged crawfish,
ready for the pot! 318-207- ROOFING & RESTORATION lease. Located on Wiscon- 27. Rooms For
sin Avenue. Great location.
17. Wanted To
6221, 318-282-5460,. •Roof & Home Repair
(all types!) Call John 601-529-7376. Rent
11. Business Buy
MATTRESS SET. FULL
size, brand new in plastic.
•30 yrs exp •1,000’s of ref
Licensed • Insured
HAIR SALON/RETAIL $75 WEEKLY, $270
Opportunities With warranty. $125. 601-
SPACE on Wisconsin Ave
1800 square feet, very nice,
MONTHLY. Central air, fur-
nished, phone, cable televi-
$1,200 monthly. 601-634- sion. Skyfarm Avenue area.
I BUY JUNK cars, trucks, PORCH SWINGS & Glid-
WORK vans. 601-631-4346. ers. Adirondack chairs. Call
CUTTING service. A great
$14 Starting Pay 601-638-6405 or 601-218- looking yard is possible today.
WE BUY ESTATES.
Ideal for College Students Households and quality
0800 to place your order. Residential or commercial.
Free estimates. Call 601-529-
29. Unfurnished 29. Unfurnished
And GREAT BUSINESS
goods. Best prices. You
call, we haul! 601-415-3121,
SOFA AND RECLINER.
New, beautiful, still pack-
3649. Apartments Apartments
’09 High School Grads Restaurant in high traffic 601-661-6074. www.msauc- aged! Only $799! Can deliv- DIRT AND GRAVEL
area, new equipment. tionservice.com er. 601-209-0872. hauled. 8 yard truck. 601-
Customer Sales/Service Low assumable lease. 638-6740.
601-218-2582. THE PET SHOP
All Ages 17+. Cond 18. Miscellaneous “Vicksburg’s Pet Boutique”
2106 Cherry Street
ELVIS YARD SERVICES.
General yard clean-up, rake
14. Pets & For Sale Pond Fish are here; variety of Koi-
butterfly, swordtail; xl large, large
leaves, grass cutting, tree
Call NOW & small goldfish-fantail, calico,
cutting, reasonable. 601-
AKC GERMAN SHEP-
3 HORSE POWER
Craftsman 10 inch table
saw with stand and vacu-
um. Excellent condition.
blue calico shumbukin; all kinds
of tropicals including cichlids-lots
of blue & bright colors; turtles
(legal); cockatiels, parakeets, small
critters. Pet supplies-collars, leads,
529-9730. Quick response.
HOUSE CLEANING. Expe-
rienced, dependable, refer-
NEEDED at Katz Brothers,
Inc. Must have own tools
and be able to work Mon-
day- Friday 8am-5pm. Com-
HERD puppies. 3 males, 8
weeks old, wormed, first
shots. $225. 601-885-8289.
pillow top mattress set. New
BRAND NEW KING size
plastic. Can deliver.
cages, carries. Pets welcome!
19. Garage &
mission-type pay plan. Paid
vacation and holidays. Ask
DACHSHUND puppies. First
shots, wormed. $150 and up.
$245. 601-573-6930. Yard Sales • Clean & Service
601-831-3015 or 601-529-6258.
for Fred at 601-636-0312.
www.katzinc.com LIVE What's going on in
• All point inspection We now have immediate availability.
Vicksburg this weekend? • $60 (limited time!)
TO BUY OR SELL
CKC REGISTERED PUPPIES
Maltipoos, Shih-tzus, Yorkipoos, CRAWFISH Read The Vicksburg Post!
For convenient home deliv-
•601-638-6651 Don’t miss out!!
Peekapoos and Yorkies Cheapest Prices •601-831-0516
AVON $300 and up. in Town
ery call 601-636-4545, ask
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms and townhomes.
CALL 601-636-7535 Visa & MC accepted. 21. Boats,
$10 START UP KIT 318-237-5156
CKC TOY POODLE male, 7
601-218-2363 River City Lawn Care
You grow it we mow it!
Affordable and profes-
TOTAL ENVIRONMEN- weeks, shots and wormed,
first hair cut. $300. 601-638-
LIVE CRABS 1986 BASS TRACKER.
17 foot, runs good, carport sional. Lawn and land-
TAL SOLUTIONS now ac-
cepting applications. Apply 4714, no calls after 9pm. kept, good shape. $3000 or scape maintenance.
Cut, bag, trim, edge.
at 720 Porters Chapel best offer. 601-415-5315.
Road, 8am-3:00pm, Mon- 601-529-6168.
day- Friday. 601-638-3977. VICKSBURG WARREN 34 FOOT PONTOON
HUMANE SOCIETY BOAT, double decker with
Highway 61 South trailer. $7,500. Call 601-
CLERICAL HELP NEEDED! 638-5132.
601-636-6631 NEW FURNITURE
Strong computer skills Currently housing 135 unwanted ARRIVALS!!! JET SKIS AND trailer.
and abandoned animals. 2002 Kawasaki 900, 2003
necessary, Excel a must! Discount Sea Doo GTI, double trailer.
HR/ Recruiting 42 dogs & puppies Furniture Barn $6000 or best offer. 601-
BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY
83 cats & kittens 636-7193.
background a plus! 600 Jackson Street
& Vicksburg, MS What's going on in Vicks-
Please call at Ashley at 1 Rabbit 601-638-7191 burg this weekend? Read
601-630-9011, WillStaff. Please adopt today!
The Vicksburg Post! For
convenient home delivery,
Score A Bullseye With One Of These Businesses!
Call the Shelter for more information. call 601-636-4545, ask for
circulation. • Glass • Construction • Employment • Printing
Read the Classifieds HAVE A HEART, SPAY really brings big results! Service
Everyday to find OR NEUTER YOUR PETS!
Look for us on www.petfinder.com
24. Business 24. Business ROSS SPEEDIPRINT &
the perfect job!
Quality Service at Competitive Prices
07. Help Wanted 07. Help Wanted #1 Windshield Repair & Replacement
Vans • Cars • Trucks
Cabinets, Flooring, Let Us Help You With • Business Cards
•Insurance Claims Welcome•
ZACKARY ROOFING, INC. AUTO • HOME • BUSINESS
Roofing & Vinyl Siding
State Licensed & Bonded
All Your Labor Needs. • Letterhead
CUSTOMER SERVICE General Cleanup & More! • Envelopes
Jason Barnes • 601-661-0900 John Ross 601-638-7932 We pay all • Invoices
REPRESENTATIVE Commercial & Residential
24 Hour Leak Specialist
• Bulldozer &
• Work Orders
Taxes and Liability
Stable company needs an outgoing individual with great communication
and sales skills. Prior customer service experience a plus. Excellent future
601-529-6621 BUFORD JIM’S FLOORING Insurance (601) 638-2900
No Up-Front Money CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. INSTALLATION Call us for a free quote! Fax (601) 636-6711
for hardworking, ambitious professional, pleasant working conditions, Locally Owned & Operated 601-636-4813 2002 Washington Street
Hardwood, Carpet, 1601-C North Frontage Rd
good salary, paid vacations, and good benefits. Must be goal oriented, Licensed • Bonded • Insured State Board of Contrac-
Member Better Business Bureau Laminate & 601-638-0083 Vicksburg, MS 39180
“We’ve Gotcha Covered.”
have a positive, enthusiastic attitude. Must have basic Windows computer tors Approved & Bonded Vinyl Flooring
skills and a desire to succeed! This is a career opportunity for the person Zackary & Chris
Haul Clay, Gravel, Dirt, Installation • Construction
Home Repairs • Signs
who wants to have fun working in a fast paced environment. We are an Rock & Sand & Repair
Equal Opportunity Employer and maintain a Drug-Free Workplace. All Types of Dozer Work 601-415-2699
Please mail resume to: Po Box 2023 Vicksburg, Ms 39181 or fax Land Clearing • Demolition COREY JEFFERS LLC
• Lawn Care
(601)638-7938 Site Development
Services Cabinet & Trim • Home Repair
& Preparation Excavation
LITTLE ONE’S Crane Rental • Mud Jacking From helping with
Driveways • Tractor Work
Fences • Decks • Sheetrock
small repair projects to Remodeling • FLAGS
GRADUATION River City Landscaping, LLC
193 Smithhill Rd.
upgrading your home...
Joe Rangel - Owner
• Insured •
601-529-0894 601.636.7843 601-260-1368
On Sunday, June 7th, Free Estimates 601.529.5400 1079 Jeffers Hollow Rd. • BUMPER STICKERS
Joe@RiverCityHandyman.com Redwood, MS • YARD SIGNS
Licensed • Insured
The Classified Department • Dozer Work • Bush Hogging Call today for free estimate. Show Your Colors!
• Box Blade • Grass Cutting We’re not satisfied until you are. • Concrete Services
will have our Residential & Commercial RIVER CITY HANDYMAN Decorations
“Little One’s Graduation”
Robert Keyes, Jr. (Owner)
L PATRICK Post Plaza
• Lawn Care
Dirt Services R.M. SPENCER 601-631-0400
This is the chance to show how Services Quality work at M A S O N RY 1601 N. Frontage Rd.
affordable prices. Brick • Block • Stone Vicksburg, MS 39180
Buffalo’s Southwest Cafe’ proud you are that your • Bush Hogging Home and Business Repairs • Tile • Plaster
• Box Blading and Maintenance Specialty designs for fire- • Investigation
173 Promenade Blvd. “Little One” is finished • Yard Work References Available
places, outdoor areas, etc.
(601) 497-8676 Services
Flowood, Mississippi 39232 • Tree & Debris -
with pre-school and is Removal & Distribution Mississippi
Tuesday May 19, 10:00 AM GEORGE MARTIN & SONS LARRY’S WE ACCEPT Investigators, Inc.
heading to “Big School” 601-885-8508 • 601-218-9480 M AINTENANCE MOST MAJOR
With 25 years of experience,
we work mainly domestic
Exceptional Almost New Restaurant Equipment, • Construction
SERVICE & HANDYMAN problems. Call us,
Tables & Chairs, Stainless Equipment, True Bring your child’s picture • Pressure washing for
houses & driveways CREDIT CARDS . we can help you.
• Painting • Gutter Cleaning All calls are confidential.
Refrigerator Unit, Deep Fryers, Walk-In Coolers, (graduation gown optional)
ng Complete Bar Set Up, Wolf 4 Burner Gas Grill, Dining SOUTHERN 601-638-3788 e y r 601-506-3612 • 601-618-9719
along with $17 to HYDROSEEDING
Booths, Point of Sale Monitors, Complete Kitchen, All Business
er, Culinary and Utilitarian Items, True Coolers, Ice Maker, The Classified Department NOW is the time
for planting a Your Business Could Be Here!
Decorative Items AND MUCH MUCH MORE!!!!! for this once in a lifetime beautiful lawn. & Service
opportunity. Deadline is Monday,
For more information,
Call 601-636-SELL Today!
June 1st at 3pm. Directory Ads
Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium 1601 F North Frontage Road
Everything must be removed the day of auction. Vicksburg, MS 39180 IN ADVANCE !
firstname.lastname@example.org • CLASSIFIEDS • 601-636-7355 • www.vicksburgpost.com
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 C7
31. Mobile Homes 33. Commercial 34. Houses 34. Houses 34. Houses 34. Houses
For Rent Property For Sale For Sale For Sale For Sale
16X80, 3 BEDROOM, 2
full baths. Like new, very pri- EXECUTIVE SUITE, BEAUTIFUL LAKE
DOWNTOWN near Court 107 MAISON RUE • Eagle Lake • FRONT! 3120 Eagle Lake
vate location. $600 monthly. 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bath
601-415-0784, Serious in- House. Kitchenette, Show- Lakefront lots & Waterfront Shore Road property with
er, parking, 600 square feet. home in Acadia Ridge 3600 plus square feet, 4/3
quiries only. on Golf Course. homes. 4 New Homes.
$495 monthly. 455 BOWAYNE. floor plan, huge game room,
601-529-6093. Includes upstairs and Please call: sun room, eat-in kitchen, fire-
downstairs bonus rooms. 3 bedrooms, bonus Bette Paul Warner 601-218-1800 place and 200 feet of lake
32. Mobile Homes Asking $275,000 or room, 2 baths, fenced
backyard, cul-de-sac, and visit front. Great for entertaining.
For Sale ++ FOR LEASE ++ best offer.
2 large storage sheds, www.lakehouse.com Priced to sell at $329,000.
601-529-9470 Call Patricia at 601-214-9198
1911 Mission 66 many extras! $139,900. McMillin Real Estate
John Arnold Broker, with McMillin Real Estate.
Office or Retail Remax Big River Realty.
322 Rollingwood Dr. 601-529-7376.
Suite B-Apprx. 2450 sq. ft.
Lots of Parking Space
4 bedrooms, 3 full
baths, tile and carpet,
2.8 acres lake front,
10 repos, starting at
$14,500. Financing avail-
able. 601-218-6403 or 601-
Brian Moore Realty
Connie - Owner/ Agent
Us. Candy Francisco Open Hours:
Brian Breithaupt......601-218-1945 I FHA & VA Mortgage Originator
4 BED, 2 BATH HUD I
Home! Only $10,526. For 4397 MT. ALBAN Road. Ronnie Johnston......601-831-2319 8:30am-5:30pm
lisitngs 800-620-4856 ex- SPACE FOR LEASE! 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, cus-
1601-A North Frontage Yvonne Winstead....601-218-1964 I First-time
Loans Saturday - 9am-5pm
tension T198. tom kitchen and master
Road, Post Plaza, 5400 suite, 3100 square feet, Jess Willis.................601-218-1457 Homebuyers
Sunday - 1pm-5pm
square feet retail/ ware- 10.9 acres, shop/ barn, Dixie Breithaupt, BROKER 601.630.8209 601-634-8928
house combination- 3250 fenced, stocked pond.
square feet heated/ $254,000. 601-631-6072, 601-638-6243 2170 S. I-20 Frontage Rd.
29. Unfurnished 29. Unfurnished
3 bedroom, 2 bath
cooled office/ retail area,
2150 square feet heated
warehouse with drive-in
overhead door, high traf-
601-618-5610 7am-8am, or
4pm-8pm weekdays, 1pm-
2735 Washington Street
Vicksburg, MS 39180 2150 South Frontage Road
Apartments Apartments 28x52 fic, great exposure, ample
parking, common traffic READ THE CLASSIFIEDS daily!
$4,000 dn Classifieds Really Work!
area, maintenance includ-
1415 WASHINGTON STREET. BED, 2 BATH. $329 $312 p/m ed in rent. 2 restrooms
1 bedroom studio, 1 bath, kitchen
with appliances, $800 monthly,
monthly! Many units Avail-
able! 4% down, 30 years Classic Double Wide Village (one ADA) in heated/
cooled portion. New 40. Cars & Trucks 40. Cars & Trucks 40. Cars & Trucks
deposit required. 601-638-5943, at 8%. Lisitngs 800- 601-636-6433 construction in 1996.
662-873-4236. 620-4856- extension B790. Located in the I-20 North
Frontage Road at the
2 BEDROOM, 2½ BATH. Halls Ferry Road exit. Of- Stanley Myers...601-218-1492
1,400 +/- square feet. $650
monthly. $400 deposit. 601-
River Oaks Apartments SEVERAL
fered by The Vicksburg
Post, P.O. Box 821668,
The Car Store
831-8900. Leave message. 601-638-2231 FORECLOSED 39182-1668.
3 & 4 BEDROOM 601-636-4545.
Johnny Jones..........”618-4943 99 MERCURY SABLE WR363 ...................... 8 mos.@ $250 Per Month $635 Down
Office located at WITH LAND!! 34. Houses
Bette Paul...............”218-1800 99 CHRYSLER CONCORDE V1226RR ...... 14 mos.@ $240 Per Month $6 0 Down 4
Commodore Beverly McMillin..”415-9179
For Sale Connie Norwood....”415-3738 15
01 CHEVY MALIBU V1845 ................................22 mos.@ $270 Per Month 1 0 Down
Vicksburg’s Most Available. Debra Grayson.......”831-1386 $
Convenient Luxury 605 Cain Ridge Road 601-218-0140 George McMillin...”529-5352 10
01 HONDA CIVC V1835 ...................................... 23 mos.@ $280 Per Month 1 3 Down
• Cable Furnished!
Kenny Strawn........”431-5201 99 TOYOTA CAMRY V1834 ......................23 mos.@ $300 Per Month 1 3 Down 15
Tami Holley...........” 218-2749 $
• High Speed Internet 30. Houses KEEP UP WITH ALL
THE LOCAL NEWS
1 owner home in county Kim Steen..............” 218-7318 00 FORD CROWN VICTORIA V1652R............21 mos.@ $280 Per Month 1 6 Down 15
Access Available! with 4 bdrms, 3 baths, and
601-636-0503 For Rent AND SALES...
SUBSCRIBE TO chef's kitchen. Home has
Hyman Steen.........” 218-8821
Lee H. Abraham.....”529-9972
02 CHEVY IMPAA V1842 ..................................22 mos.@ $290 Per Month $1 9 Down
THE VICKSBURG POST 3000 sq. ft. and is situated
2160 S. Frontage Rd.
Vicksburg, MS 39180 $206 MONTHLY! 4 BED, TODAY! CALL in South Park School Andrea M. Easterling.”831-3138 02 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE V1843 ..................23 mos.@ $300 Per Month$1 9 Down 15
3 bath only 5% down, 30 601-636-4545, ASK FOR District. Call Judy at Brinda Stockton..318-341-2532 $
years, 8%! Buy! For listings CIRCULATION. Breithaupt Real Estate, 01 BUICK LESABRE V1836 ..........................22 mos.@ $280 Per Month 1 0 Down 20
800-620-4856 x D785. LLC. 601-638-6243 or $
$429 MONTHLY! 6 BED, 33. Commercial
601-618-3227. 01 CHEVY IMPAA V1709............................ 24 mos.@ $300 Per Month 1 1 Down
BEAUTIFUL 3 bath, 5% down, 15 years 03 FORD FOCUS V1840 .............................. 22 mos.@ $270 Per Month 1 1 Down 20
LAKESIDE LIVING at 8%. For listings 800-620- Property
4856 extension G681. 29. Unfurnished 29. Unfurnished 01 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX V1844 .......... 23 mos.@ $290 Per Month 1 1 Down $
2 BED, 2 BATH HOME, FOR LEASE Apartments Apartments $
porch and deck, privacy UNIQUE COMMERCIAL 00 CHEVY IMPAA V1742R ...................... 23 mos.@ $280 Per Month 1 3 Down
fence, near town. Call 601-
• 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. 636-2489 or 601-634-8780. PROPERTY! 00 CHEVY IMPAA V1838 .......................... 22 mos.@ $300 Per Month $1 8 Down
• Beautifully Landscaped Victorian house totally $
03 PONTIAC GRAND AM V1839 .............. 23 mos.@ $290 Per Month 1 2 Down 30
3 BED, 2 BATH bank re-
• Lake Surrounds Community possession. Buy only renovated, river view
• Pool • Fireplace $10,500! For listings 800- from porch.
• Spacious Floor Plans 620-4856 extension D786. 2500 Washington Street
HIGH SPEED INTERNET
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath
home near Waterways with
fenced backyard and secu-
rity system. Great neighbor-
Don’t send that lamp to the
Apartments 01 KIA SPORTAGE SUV V1846 ................ 22 mos.@ $270 Per Month $1 0 Down
WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS
501 Fairways Drive
Vicksburg hood. $900 monthly, $500
curb! Find a new home for it
through the Classifieds. Area
Live in a Quality Built Apartment
deposit. References re- buyers and sellers use the for LESS! All brick, *Plus Tax & Title, 0% APR WAC
Classifieds every day. Besides,
someone out there needs
concrete floors and double walls 0-3-05 80 ly tet ikbr, S
616861 •20 Ca Sre •Vcsug M
CONFEDERATE 4233 REDWOOD ROAD.
RIDGE 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. $450 to see the light. provide excellent soundproofing,
APARTMENTS monthly, $450 deposit. 901-
security, and safety.
FOR MEMORIAL 29. Unfurnished 601-638-1102 * 601-415-3333
2408 Cherry Street. 3 bed, Apartments Classified...Where Buyers And Sellers Meet.
Starting at only 2 bath, washer/dryer and
$458 monthly! refrigerator. $700 monthly,
$700 deposit. Call 601-636-
For details &
2111 or 601-218-1688.
Call 601-638-0102 LOS COLINAS. SMALL 2
Bedroom, 2 Bath Cottage.
SALUTE TO OUR MILITARY
Close in, nice, $795 month-
Call 601-636-SELL ELDERLY &
RENT OR SALE! 4 bed- DISABLED CITIZENS!
to list your rooms, 2 baths., newly ren-
ovated. 318-574-1949, 318-
• Rent Based On Income On Sunday, May 24th, the
3515 MANOR DRIVE
Classified Department will offer a
29. Unfurnished 29. Unfurnished VICKSBURG, MS special page just for OUR MILITARY.
Apartments Apartments Toll Free 1-866-238-8861
Bring in your Photographs, where your
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
loved one is serving or has served
COME CHECK US OUT TODAY and $18 for our
YOU’LL WANT TO MAKE YOUR “ SALUTE TO OUR MILITARY”
HOME HERE SHAMROCK Hurry, Hurry, Hurry, The deadline is
Tuesday, May 19th at 3pm.
Great Location, Hard-Working Staff
A PA RT M E N T S
Be the first to live in one of our
1601 F North Frontage Road
601-638-7831 • 201 Berryman Rd New Apartments! Vicksburg, MS 39180
Available January 1st, 2009 601-636-SELL (7355)
SUPERIOR QUALITY, 601-636-4545
AUDUBON PLACE CUSTOM OAK CABINETS,
EXTRA LARGE MASTER BEDROOM,
& WASHER / DRYER HOOKUPS
For those adults who like a safe SAFE!!!
community setting with the best ALL UNITS HAVE
neighbors in Vicksburg. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM
Discount for Senior Citizens available SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
415-3333 • 638-1102 • 636-1455 601-661-0765 • 601-415-3333
NINE Soldier’s Name
Where They Are Serving or Have Served
Check the classi-
fieds daily or sell
the rest with a
601-636-SELL Phone #
C8 Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The Vicksburg Post
34. Houses 34. Houses 34. Houses 34. Houses 36. Farms & 37. Recreational 39. Motorcycles, 40. Cars & Trucks
For Sale For Sale For Sale For Sale Acreage Vehicles Bicycles
1994 Jeep Cherokee. 4
2.5 ACRES, TWO devel- FOR SALE! 4 BED, 2 ONE ACRE MOBILE home APPROXIMATELY 5 2002 JAYCO JAYFLIGHT 2009 HARLEY DAVID- wheel drive, good condition.
oped home sites with utilli- BATH, 3.5 acres, Culkin lot, all utilities. $30,000. ACRES off Still drive. th
5 wheel camper. 28X8, liv- SON Super Glide. 850 $1800. 601-631-1640.
ties, hobby shop. $70,000. area. $100,000. 601-301- Owner/ Agent. Financing $16,000. 601-429-5279. ing room slide-out, 20x22 miles. 601-638-8053 or 601-
Owner/ Agent. Appointment 0145. available with down pay- awning. $10,000. 601-636- 415-1923. 2000 CHEVROLET CA-
Big River Realty only. 601-218-2869. ment. 601-218-2869. 4575. MARO V6 $1000! Runs
601-636-0660 FREETOWN RD Good! Must see! For listings
Kay Odom..........601-638-2443 10.46 acres. Rolling pasture. 800-619-3924 extension
Kay Hobson.......601-638-8512 $59,900 40. Cars & Trucks
Sue L. Richardson.... 601-415-0957
Jake Strait...........601-218-1258 36. Farms & CHINA GROVE RD 38. Farm 4898.
DeowarskiMcDonald.601-529-5703 Call Your
Tony Jordan........601-630-6461 Acreage 21.52 acres. Wooded, Implements/ 1985 FORD RANGER.
2005 HONDA CIVIC.
Loaded, clean, good gas
beautiful house sites.
David A. Brewer........601-631-0065 Hometown Alex Monsour.....601-415-7274
Jay Hobson..........601-456-1318 Reduced $64,600 Heavy Equipment $800. Call David at 601-
mileage. $8800. 318-341-
1444, leave message.
Specialists! BOVINA CUT OFF Road- FREEDOM LANE
Visit us today at Jones & Upchurch Daryl Hollingsworth..601-415-5549
23.8 acres. Wonderful .28 acres. 2001 WELLS CARGO 1989 CAMARO RS. T- BUY POLICE IMPOUNDS!
house site, several out Ready for double wide.
Bigriverhomes.com Real Estate Agency
buildings, 4-6 stall barn. Call
Andrea Lewis, Leech Real
Water/ sewer available.
enclosed trailer. 2000 Pe-
terbilt 24 foot box truck with
tops, good mechanical con-
dition, new tires. $4200.
Hondas, Chevrolets, Jeeps,
ecetera. Cars from $500! For
1803 Clay Street Pat Ring..............601-529-7389
$13,500 lift gate. 601-636-7843. 601-618-7606. listings 1-800-619-3924 exten-
www.jonesandupchurch.com Angie Presley.....601-218-2458 May & Campbell Land Co. sion 7186.
Andrea Upchurch.......601-831-6490 Jim Hobson.........601-415-0211 601-634-8255 1992 MAZDA B2000.
home in South county on Carla Watson...............601-415-4179 Classifieds Really Work! With camper, good condi-
1.6 acres with family
room, living room,
Mary D. Barnes.........601-966-1665 ARNER
39. Motorcycles, tion. $1000. 601-429-5279. NO CREDIT CHECK!
and covered patio. Stacie Bowers-Griffin...601-218-9134 REAL ESTATE, INC INVESTORS Bicycles 1999 GMC ¾ TON PICKUP LEASE TO OWN
Call Christy at Doug Upchurch..........601-636-6490 JIM HOBSON REALTY $700! Has Rack! Won't last!
For listings 800-619-3924 ex- STARTING AT
Vicksburg Realty Broker-Appraiser REALTOR®•BUILDER•APPRAISER
GROUP, INC. 2000 MODEL 1100 Hon- tension 1864.
601-529-9304 601-636-6490 “LAND IS OUR BUSINESS.” da Shadow. Excellent con- $1,000 DOWN
601-636-3116 601-638-2236 • investorsrealtyinc.net dition. $5000 or reasonable
Check the Classifieds offer. 601-885-2899. $250 PER MONTH
Classifieds Really Work! Now is the time to buy! for your next home! Danny Rice/ Broker 601-529-2847 MANY TO CHOOSE
Charles Donald 601-668-8027 1999 HONDA ACCORD
Michael Engle 601-415-4672 LX. Fair condition, 200,000 FROM
40. Cars & Trucks 40. Cars & Trucks 40. Cars & Trucks 40. Cars & Trucks miles, air. $3000 negotiable.
601-218-0129, 601-529-8492. Gary’s 601-883-9995
READ THE CLASSIFIEDS DAILY!
THE VICKSBURG POST
SPORTS we dn e sdAY, M AY 13, 2009 • SE C TI O N d
Steve Wilson, sports editor | E-mail: email@example.com | Tel: 601.636.4545 ext 142
Class 1a state Championship COLLEgE
Live game updates
Get live updates from
PCA’s Game 1 at Canton
Academy at twitter.
com/vpsportseditor USC Tim Floyd talks to O.J.
Mayo earlier this season.
PCA vs. Bayou Academy
at Canton Academy
Today, 4 p.m.
St. Aloysius vs. West Union
at Trustmark Park
Thursday, 1 p.m.
PCA hosts Bayou St. Aloysius coach Clint Wilkerson, standing center, shakes
suzannE fEliciano•The Vicksburg PosT
after their win over Natchez Cathedral earlier in the Class
Thursday, 6 p.m. Regan Nosser’s hand (15) as he congratulates the Flashes 1A playoffs at Bazinsky Park.
Trial at Trustmark
8 p.m. TNT - Dirk Nowit- By The Associated Press
zki and the Dallas Maver-
icks try to stay alive in their LOS ANGELES — A
series against the Denver former associate of NBA star
St. Aloysius readies for state title series O.J. Mayo has told Yahoo!
Sports that Southern Cali-
fornia basketball coach Tim
Floyd paid to help get Mayo
KAMERON BRUNTY By Steve Wilson to play for the Trojans.
Southern firstname.lastname@example.org St. aloysius In a story posted Tuesday
fielder had Plenty of the St. Aloysius vs. West Union night at Yahoo! Sports, Louis
Johnson, the former associ-
roster have been to games at
three hits at Trustmark Park ate of Mayo’s, said Rodney
Trustmark Park. Guillory told Johnson that
and five Game 1: Thursday, 1 p.m.
As spectators. Floyd, a Hattiesburg native,
RBIs to lead But don’t count on the Game 2: Friday, 7 p.m.
USM to a Game 3: Monday, TBA had given Guillory “a grand.”
Flashes (26-4) being over- Johnson said he was able
7-5 victory whelmed by the enormity St. Al notes•D3
to view $100 bills inside an
over South of the big stage. They relish Prep Stats•D2
envelope Guillory had.
Alabama on Tuesday. the opportunity, which Johnson said the payment
starts Thursday in the Class good.” occurred in 2007. Guillory is
SIdELINES 1A championship series Both turned out to be just a confidant of Mayo’s; last
against West Union. way stations on the road
Brunty paces USM year, Johnson accused Guil-
First pitch for Game 1 will to Trustmark, a place the lory of providing Mayo with
over South Alabama be 1 p.m. Flashes have dreamed about
MOBILE, Ala. — Fresh- improper benefits from an
Along the way, the Flashes since last year’s run ended. agent while the guard played
man Kameron Brunty con- dispatched a hated archrival Playing in the state’s top for USC.
tinued his magnificent sea- Cathedral, dealt with some baseball park is a reward Yahoo! Sports reported
son with three hits and five tenuous Game 3 situations in itself for many of the Johnson has told NCAA
RBIs to lead Southern Miss and finally blasted through Flashes. investigators and federal
over South Alabama 7-5 on the primary road block to “I’m really excited and authorities — including the
Tuesday evening. their state title hopes: divi- it’s going to be great expe- FBI, IRS and U.S. Attorney’s
“Brunty had a great night sion rival Stringer. rience,” St. Al outfielder Office — that Floyd paid
tonight, he has been huge The road was a tough one. Regan Nosser said. “I’ve Guillory.
Both Cathedral and Natchez already gotten some chills If Floyd did pay Guillory
for us all season long,” head
were among the top two 1A just thinking about it.” for delivering Mayo to USC,
coach Corky Palmer said.
teams in the state and St. The Flashes have made that would be a major NCAA
“We need that win tonight, Al had to snap Cathedral’s their run thanks to solid violation.
so hopefully we can get on 21-game winning streak. pitching, a steady defense
a little roll here at the end Yahoo! Sports also reported
“It’s going to be fun,” St. and gobs and gobs of that Southern California
of the season.” Aloysius pitcher Stephen offense. The Flashes are is the subject of an NCAA
With the game tied af- Evans said. “Knowing that I averaging 10.8 runs per con- investigation into alleged
ter eight innings Southern watched the state champion- test and are hitting .360 as a improprieties in both the
Miss scored two runs in the ship two years ago, when we team with three extra-base KaTiE caRTER•The Vicksburg PosT
football and men’s basketball
top of ninth to win their should have been there and hits per contest. St. Aloysius pitcher Ryno Martin-Nez fires an offering dur- programs.
fifth game this season in finally knowing we’re going ing the May 8 game against Stringer at Bazinsky Field. Mar- The football probe stems
their final at bat. to get to play there is pretty See St. Al, Page D3. tin-Nez will get the start in Game 2 against West Union. from allegations of 2005 Heis-
Bo Davis drew a one out man Trophy winner Reggie
walk to start the ninth in-
ning rally then stole sec-
ond base. Brunty followed
with his third hit of the
PCA aims for third title in decade
By Ernest Bowker
Bush receiving improper
benefits for a sports market-
ing agent while at USC.
Guillory and Floyd declined
game, a RBI single to left email@example.com PCa vs. bayou to comment to Yahoo! about
the latest accusations by
field to break the five-to- Game 1: at Canton
One is vying to become Johnson.
five tie. Brunty then stole Academy
the team of the decade. The USC general counsel Carol
second and came in to Today, 4 p.m. Mauch Amir also declined
score on Corey Stevens RBI other is trying to cement a
dynasty. Game 2: at PCA comment.
single. Thursday, 6 p.m. The NCAA does not
Whoever wins this week’s
Brunty’s five-RBI day was MPSA Class A champion- Game 3: TBA comment about ongoing
capped by a three-run ship series between Porters PCA notes•D3 investigations.
home run. Chapel and Bayou Academy, Johnson had described
Bo Davis reached base one thing is certain — the itself with players like Caleb Guillory as a “runner” who
five time with four walks victor will write another Reed, now a freshman steered Mayo to the Bill
and was hit by a pitch, chapter in an impressive pitcher at Mississippi State, Duffy Associates (BDA)
scoring two runs in the resume. but hasn’t skipped a beat sports agency. Johnson said
process. PCA (23-8) is making its in what looked like it might Guillory received between
Corey Stevens and Joey fifth appearance in the Class be a rebuilding season. The $200,000 and $250,000 from
A finals in nine seasons, Colts won 23 games and BDA Sports for his efforts,
Archer each had two hits a
and is going for its third the District 2-A title with a which resulted in Mayo ini-
piece as well for the black tially signing with BDA when
and gold. title. Bayou (23-6) is gunning roster that includes only one
for a threepeat as Class A senior. he left USC after one season
Once again Southern for the NBA in April 2008.
champs. Between them, the While the team features
Miss did not get a great Mayo had switched to agent
two schools have won the a number of young players,
outing from their starting last three Class A titles and Martin said the experience Leon Rose before he was
pitcher as Seth Hester last- four of the last six. they gained as a part of two drafted third overall by Mem-
ed only 3 1/3 innings . It makes for a clash of jug- championship teams has phis last year.
gernauts when the series KaTiE caRTER•The Vicksburg PosT proved invaluable. Salerno told Yahoo! Sports
gets underway today at 4 PCA’s Josh Hill makes contact during Game 3 of the South “We felt we were going that Johnson’s account to
LOTTERY p.m. at Canton Academy. State series against University Christian on May 7. to have to do a lot of things federal authorities carried
La. Pick 3: 6-5-5 “Porters Chapel has been six years. You’ve got two themselves,” Bayou coach right, and that’s happened,” the threat of potential pros-
there for 10 years. We’ve pretty good programs that Rodney Martin said. ecution if Johnson was found
La. Pick 4: 6-5-7-8
been in the playoffs for have made a name for Bayou made a name for to be lying.
Weekly results: D2 See PCA, Page D3.
D2 Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The Vicksburg Post
BY tHe assoCIateD Press
Major League Baseball basEbaLL Wllmyr p
2 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 Auburn 8, Georgia Southern 6
Matthew Warren (PCA)........................................ 29
Dylan Wooten (WC) ............................................. 27
6 p.m. ESPN — L.A. Dodgers at Phil- american League TMiller p 0 0 0 0 Austin Peay 9, Lipscomb 6 Kurt Cooksey (VHS) ............................................ 26
LaRue ph-c 2 0 0 0 Dayton 12, E. Kentucky 5 ERA
adelphia W L Pct GB
Roinsn cf-rf 4 0 1 0 Georgia 7, Georgia Tech 5 (Minimum 15 innings pitched)
Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals 35 7 11 7
NBA Playoffs Toronto .........................23 12 .657 — St. Louis ..................................100 000 000 — 1
Kentucky 18, Morehead St. 10 Montana McDaniel (PCA) ................................. 1.10
Stephen Evans (SA) ......................................... 1.18
Louisville 10, W. Kentucky 2
8 p.m. TNT — Game 5, Dallas at Boston ..........................21 12 .636 1 Pittsburgh................................040 030 00x — 7 Tennessee 5, Middle Tennessee 4 Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ...................................... 1.51
New York......................15 17 .469 6 1/2
Denver Tampa Bay ...................15 19 .441 7 1/2
DP—Pittsburgh 1. LOB—St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh
SOUTHWEST Blake Tarnabine (VHS) ..................................... 1.51
Josh Eargle (SA)............................................... 1.65
8. 3B—Morgan (3). HR—Pujols (13), Ad.LaRoche
NHL Playoffs Baltimore ......................14 19 .424 8 (6), Moss (1).
Baylor 12, Stephen F. Austin 2
Pierson Waring (SA) ......................................... 2.33
Texas A&M 13, Texas State 4
6 p.m. Versus — Game 7, Pittsburgh Central Division IP H R ER BB SO Joseph Brown (SA) ........................................... 2.40
W L Pct GB St. Louis FAR WEST Kurt Cooksey (VHS) ......................................... 2.45
at Washington Detroit ...........................17 14 .548 — Wellemeyer L,3-3 4 1-3 9 7 7 3 4 California 15, Sacramento St. 0 Reed Gordon (PCA) ......................................... 2.52
Kansas City ..................18 15 .545 — Innings pitched
Boyer 2-3 0 0 0 0 1
sidELinEs Minnesota .....................16
1 1 0 0
2 1 0 0
WARREN COUNTY LEADERS
Stephen Evans (SA) ......................................71 1/3
Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 67
from staff & aP rePorts Cleveland......................12 22 .353 6 1/2 Pittsburgh
Through May 11
Ryno Martin-Nez (SA)....................................43 2/3
West Division Duke W,4-3 8 4 1 1 1 5 Colby Key (WC) ................................................... 42
baTTinG Dylan Wooten (WC) .......................................39 1/3
nfL W L Pct GB Capps 1 1 0 0 2 2
Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ......................................... 37
Texas ............................18 14 .563 — HBP—by B.Thompson (An.LaRoche), by Duke Batting average Reed Gordon (PCA) ............................................ 33
Los Angeles .................16 15 .516 1 1/2 (Y.Molina, Rasmus). (Minimum 40 at-bats)
Manning, wife donate Umpires—Home, Randy Marsh; First, Mike Matthew Warren (PCA)..................................30 1/3
Seattle ..........................16 17 .485 2 1/2 Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ...................................... .483
Kurt Cooksey (VHS) ......................................28 2/3
Oakland ........................12 18 .400 5 Winters; Second, Lance Barksdale; Third, Mike Pierson Waring (SA) ......................................... .468
Joseph Brown (SA) ........................................23 1/3
to birthing center ———
T—2:30. A—11,718 (38,362).
Josh Perry (PCA) .............................................. .467
Bowen Woodson (VHS) .................................... .443
Jason Pettway (WC) ............................................ 23
NEW YORK — Giants quarter- Chicago White Sox 7, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 7, Tampa Bay 5 MaJOR LEaGUE LEadERs
Montana McDaniel (PCA) ................................. .442
Clayton Holmes (PCA)...................................... .422 nba
back Eli Manning and his wife Abby AMERICAN LEAGUE Josh Hill (PCA) ................................................. .422
Toronto 5, N.Y. Yankees 1 cOnfEREncE sEMifinaLs
are announcing their donation for a Texas 7, Seattle 1 BATTING—Youkilis, Boston, .393; VMartinez, Adam Lee (WC) ................................................ .413
Jacob Thomas (VHS) ....................................... .405
New York City birthing center bear- Minnesota 6, Detroit 2 Cleveland, .374; MiCabrera, Detroit, .365; AdJones,
Blake Haygood (SA) ......................................... .404 Monday’s Games
Boston 4, L.A. Angels 3 Baltimore, .363; Longoria, Tampa Bay, .362; AHill, Cleveland 84, Atlanta 74, Cleveland wins series
ing their names. Oakland 12, Kansas City 3 Toronto, .357; Bartlett, Tampa Bay, .356. Home runs 4-0
The couple will make the Today’s Games RUNS—AdJones, Baltimore, 35; Markakis, Balti- Colby Rushing (PCA)............................................. 6 Dallas 119, Denver 117, Denver leads series 3-1
more, 33; Scutaro, Toronto, 32; Bay, Boston, 29; Montana McDaniel (PCA) ...................................... 5 Tuesday’s Games
announcement Wednesday in the Chicago White Sox (Buehrle 5-0) at Cleveland (Cl.
Pedroia, Boston, 29; Longoria, Tampa Bay, 27; 3 Sean Weaver (SA) ................................................. 5
Lee 1-5), 11:05 a.m. Boston 92, Orlando 88, Boston leads series 3-2
Smith Lobby of St. Vincent’s Hospi- Tampa Bay (Niemann 2-3) at Baltimore (Bergesen tied at 26. Ryno Martin-Nez (SA)............................................ 4 L.A. Lakers 118, Houston 78, L.A. Lakers lead
tal in Manhattan. 1-0), 6:05 p.m. RBI—Longoria, Tampa Bay, 45; Bay, Boston, 35; Pierson Waring (SA) .............................................. 4 series 3-2
CPena, Tampa Bay, 32; Huff, Baltimore, 31; Lind, Joe Borrello (PCA) ................................................. 3 Today’s Games
The state-of-the-art Eli and Abby N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 2-1) at Toronto (Richmond
Toronto, 31; AHill, Toronto, 30; Markakis, Baltimore, Jacob Thomas (VHS) ............................................ 2 Dallas at Denver, 8 p.m.
4-1), 6:07 p.m.
Manning Birthing Center will focus Seattle (Washburn 3-2) at Texas (McCarthy 3-1),
30. Trey Prentiss (VHS) ............................................... 2 Thursday’s Games
on natural childbirth and holistic HITS—AHill, Toronto, 56; VMartinez, Cleveland, 49; Jason Pettway (WC) .............................................. 2 Boston at Orlando, 6 p.m.
7:05 p.m. Crawford, Tampa Bay, 47; Longoria, Tampa Bay, Stephen Evans (SA) .............................................. 2 L.A. Lakers at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
care such as acupuncture. Detroit (Willis 0-0) at Minnesota (Perkins 1-2), 46; AdJones, Baltimore, 45; Kinsler, Texas, 45; 2 Joseph Brown (SA) ................................................ 2 Friday’s Games
The Mannings, who don’t have Kansas City (Bannister 3-0) at Oakland (Outman
tied at 44. Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................... 2 Denver at Dallas, 8 p.m., if necessary
children, donated an undisclosed
DOUBLES—Longoria, Tampa Bay, 16; Byrd, RBI
0-0), 9:05 p.m. Texas, 13; Callaspo, Kansas City, 13; Polanco, Pierson Waring (SA) ............................................ 48
amount to get the $10 million, five- Boston (Wakefield 4-1) at L.A. Angels (Palmer Detroit, 13; 5 tied at 12. Sean Weaver (SA) ............................................... 38
3-0), 9:05 p.m. TRIPLES—Crisp, Kansas City, 4; 7 tied at 2.
year project off the ground. Thursday’s Games HOME RUNS—CPena, Tampa Bay, 13; Longoria,
Colby Rushing (PCA)........................................... 36 cOnfEREncE sEMifinaLs
Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................. 33 (Best-of-7)
Detroit at Minnesota, 12:10 p.m. Tampa Bay, 11; 7 tied at 9. Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 33
Cowboys practices Seattle at Texas, 1:05 p.m.
Boston at L.A. Angels, 2:35 p.m.
STOLEN BASES—Crawford, Tampa Bay, 22; Ells-
bury, Boston, 16; Abreu, Los Angeles, 13; Figgins,
Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 32
Blake Haygood (SA) ............................................ 30
Washington 5, Pittsburgh 4, OT, series tied 3-3
relocating to Carrollton
Chicago 7, Vancouver 5, Chicago wins series 4-2
N.Y. Yankees at Toronto, 6:07 p.m. Los Angeles, 12; Crisp, Kansas City, 9; 3 tied at 8. Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 29 Tuesday’s Games
Cleveland at Tampa Bay, 6:08 p.m. PITCHING (3 Decisions)—Buehrle, Chicago, Joe Borello (PCA) ................................................ 27 Boston 4, Carolina 2, series tied 3-3
5-0, 1.000; RRamirez, Boston, 4-0, 1.000; Frasor,
IRVING, Texas — Dallas Cow- Baltimore at Kansas City, 7:10 p.m.
Toronto, 4-0, 1.000; Bannister, Kansas City, 3-0,
Joseph Brown (SA) .............................................. 26 Anaheim 2, Detroit 1, series tied 3-3
Trey Prentiss (VHS) ............................................. 25 Today’s Games
boys team activities will move to a 1.000; Palmer, Los Angeles, 3-0, 1.000; ABailey,
nearby high school stadium as the national League Oakland, 3-0, 1.000.
Corey Jones (SA) ................................................ 25
Matthew Warren (PCA)........................................ 25
Pittsburgh at Washington, 6 p.m.
East Division STRIKEOUTS—Greinke, Kansas City, 59; Verland- Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ......................................... 24
investigation continues into the col- W L Pct GB er, Detroit, 56; Halladay, Toronto, 49; Lester, Bos-
Anaheim at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Carolina at Boston, 7 p.m.
lapse of its indoor practice facility. New York......................18 14 .563 — ton, 49; FHernandez, Seattle, 47; Bedard, Seattle,
43; Garza, Tampa Bay, 42.
The Cowboys on Tuesday Philadelphia ..................16 14 .533 1
SAVES—Fuentes, Los Angeles, 9; FFrancisco, Blake Hynum (VHS)............................................... 5
Florida...........................17 16 .515 1 1/2
announced organized team activi- Texas, 9; Papelbon, Boston, 9; Jenks, Chicago, 8; Adam Lee (WC) ..................................................... 3
Atlanta ..........................16 17 .485 2 1/2 Pierson Waring (SA) .............................................. 2 sprint cup schedule
ties and their June 15-17 minicamp Washington...................10 21 .323 7 1/2 Soria, Kansas City, 7; 4 tied at 6.
Ryno Martin-Nez (SA)............................................ 2 Through May 9
will be held at Standridge Stadium Central Division Bowen Woodson (VHS) ......................................... 2 Feb. 7 — x-Budweiser Shootout (Kevin Harvick)
NATIONAL LEAGUE Colby Rushing (PCA)............................................. 2 Feb. 12 — x-Gatorade Duel 1 (Jeff Gordon)
in Carrollton. W L Pct GB
BATTING—Beltran, New York, .374; Votto, Cincin- Feb. 12 — x-Gatorade Duel 2 (Kyle Busch)
St. Louis .......................20 13 .606 — Reed Gordon (PCA) .............................................. 2
The facility is part of the Carroll- Cincinnati ......................19 14 .576 1
nati, .374; Zimmerman, Washington, .364; HaRamir- Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................... 2 Feb. 15 — Daytona 500 (Matt Kenseth)
ez, Florida, .357; MRamirez, Los Angeles, .348;
ton-Farmers Branch Independent Milwaukee.....................19 14 .576 1 Hudson, Los Angeles, .343; Helton, Colorado, .343.
Matthew Warren (PCA).......................................... 2 Feb. 22 — Auto Club 500 (Matt Kenseth)
School District. The Cowboys activi- Chicago ........................18 14 .563 1 1/2 RUNS—Pujols, St. Louis, 33; ASoriano, Chicago, Doubles March 1 — Shelby 427 (Kyle Busch)
Houston ........................14 18 .438 5 1/2 Clayton Holmes (PCA)......................................... 17 March 8 — Kobalt Tools 500 (Kurt Busch)
ties will be closed to the public. Pittsburgh .....................13 19 .406 6 1/2
29; Hudson, Los Angeles, 27; Werth, Philadelphia,
Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 17 March 22 — Food City 500 (Kyle Busch)
27; Zimmerman, Washington, 27; Hart, Milwaukee, March 29 — Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 (Jimmie
New grass practice fields will be West Division 26; Weeks, Milwaukee, 25. Pierson Waring (SA) ............................................ 15
Joe Borrello (PCA) ............................................... 13 Johnson)
installed at Valley Ranch in Irving, W L Pct GB RBI—Pujols, St. Louis, 34; Cantu, Florida, 32;
Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 11 April 5 — Samsung 500 (Jeff Gordon)
Fielder, Milwaukee, 29; Braun, Milwaukee, 28;
where the Cowboys practice struc- Los Angeles .................22 12 .647 —
Dunn, Washington, 28; BMolina, San Francisco, 28; Ryno Martin-Nez (SA).......................................... 11 April 18 — Subway Fresh Fit 500 (Mark Martin)
San Francisco ..............18 14 .563 3 April 26 — Aaron’s 499 (Brad Keselowski)
ture collapsed May 2 during a Colorado .......................13 18 .419 7 1/2 Ethier, Los Angeles, 27. Bowen Woodson (VHS) ....................................... 10
May 2 — Crown Royal Presents the Russ Fried-
Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 10
storm. Twelve people were injured. San Diego ....................13 20 .394 8 1/2 HITS—Zimmerman, Washington, 51; Hudson, Los
Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................. 10 man 400 (Kyle Busch)
Angeles, 47; Beltran, New York, 46; FLopez, Ari-
The Cowboys say the new fields Arizona .........................13 21 .382 9
zona, 43; HaRamirez, Florida, 41; Tejada, Houston, Colby Rushing (PCA)........................................... 10 May 9 — Southern 500 (Mark Martin)
——— May 16 — x-Sprint Showdown, Concord, N.C.
should be ready when the team Tuesday’s Games
41; Votto, Cincinnati, 40. Hits May 16 — x-NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, Con-
returns from training camp in DOUBLES—Kotchman, Atlanta, 13; FSanchez, Pierson Waring (SA) ............................................ 51 cord, N.C.
Philadelphia 5, L.A. Dodgers 3
Pittsburgh, 13; Hudson, Los Angeles, 12; Zimmer- Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................. 42 May 24 — Coca-Cola 600, Concord, N.C.
August. Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 1 man, Washington, 12; MCameron, Milwaukee, 11; Blake Haygood (SA) ............................................ 40 May 31 — Autism Speaks 400, Dover, Del.
N.Y. Mets 4, Atlanta 3, 10 innings FLopez, Arizona, 11; HaRamirez, Florida, 11. Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 38 June 7 — Pocono 500, Long Pond, Pa.
basEbaLL Chicago Cubs 6, San Diego 2
Milwaukee 6, Florida 3
TRIPLES—Bourn, Houston, 3; Kemp, Los Angeles,
3; Morgan, Pittsburgh, 3; Victorino, Philadelphia, 3;
Clayton Holmes (PCA)......................................... 38
Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 38
June 14 — LifeLock 400, Brooklyn, Mich.
June 21 — Toyota/Save Mart 350, Sonoma, Calif.
Colorado 12, Houston 1 DWright, New York, 3; 15 tied at 2. Adam Lee (WC) ................................................... 38 June 28 — Lenox Industrial Tools 301, Loudon,
Mississippi Braves Cincinnati 3, Arizona 1
San Francisco 9, Washington 7
HOME RUNS—Pujols, St. Louis, 13; Dunn, Wash-
ington, 11; AdGonzalez, San Diego, 11; Bruce,
Sean Weaver (SA) ............................................... 37
Colby Rushing (PCA)........................................... 36
July 4 — Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola,
defeat Jacksonville Suns Today’s Games
Atlanta (Jo-.Reyes 0-2) at N.Y. Mets (Niese 0-0),
Cincinnati, 10; ASoriano, Chicago, 10; Utley, Phila-
delphia, 10; Ibanez, Philadelphia, 9.
Ryno Martin-Nez (SA).......................................... 35
Joe Borrello (PCA) ............................................... 35
Daytona Beach, Fla.
July 11 — LifeLock.com 400, Joliet, Ill.
12:10 p.m. STOLEN BASES—Bourn, Houston, 11; JosReyes, Matthew Warren (PCA)........................................ 33
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The New York, 11; Burriss, San Francisco, 9; Fowler, Gabby Hays (PCA) .............................................. 32
July 26 — Allstate 400 at The Brickyard, India-
Washington (Martis 4-0) at San Francisco (Zito napolis
Mississippi Braves returned to the 1-2), 2:45 p.m. Colorado, 9; Morgan, Pittsburgh, 9; Taveras, Cincin- Bowen Woodson (VHS) ....................................... 31 Aug. 2 — Pennsylvania 500, Long Pond, Pa.
win column Monday with a 3-2 vic- L.A. Dodgers (Wolf 1-1) at Philadelphia (Moyer nati, 9; Kemp, Los Angeles, 8. Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 31 Aug. 9 — Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The
3-2), 6:05 p.m. PITCHING (3 Decisions)—Pelfrey, New York, 4-0, Runs
tory over the Jacksonville Suns. 1.000; Martis, Washington, 4-0, 1.000; Meredith,
Glen, Watkins Glen, N.Y.
St. Louis (Pineiro 4-2) at Pittsburgh (Ohlendorf Pierson Waring (SA) ............................................ 50 Aug. 16 — Michigan 400, Brooklyn, Mich.
Kyle Cofield was dominant 3-3), 6:05 p.m. San Diego, 4-0, 1.000; DiFelice, Milwaukee, 3-0, Ryno Martin-Nez (SA).......................................... 41 Aug. 22 — Sharpie 500, Bristol, Tenn.
through much of the contest though Florida (Nolasco 2-3) at Milwaukee (Looper 2-2), 1.000; TPena, Arizona, 3-0, 1.000; Condrey, Phila- Clayton Holmes (PCA)......................................... 41 Sep. 6 — Pep Boys Auto 500, Hampton, Ga.
delphia, 3-0, 1.000. Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 38 Sep. 12 — Chevy Rock & Roll 400, Richmond, Va.
he left the game trailing 2-1. 7:05 p.m.
STRIKEOUTS—Peavy, San Diego, 61; Santana, Blake Haygood (SA) ............................................ 36 Sep. 20 — Sylvania 300, Loudon, N.H.
San Diego (C.Young 2-1) at Chicago Cubs (Lilly
JC Boscan’s two-run single in the 4-2), 7:05 p.m.
New York, 60; Lincecum, San Francisco, 58; Colby Rushing (PCA)........................................... 36 Sep. 27 — Dover 400, Dover, Del.
JVazquez, Atlanta, 57; Haren, Arizona, 56; Gal-
eighth propelled the Braves to the Houston (Hampton 1-3) at Colorado (Marquis 4-2), lardo, Milwaukee, 47; Billingsley, Los Angeles, 47.
Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 34 Oct. 4 — Price Chopper 400, Kansas City, Kan.
Sean Weaver (SA) ............................................... 33 Oct. 11 — Pepsi 500, Fontana, Calif.
win in game one. 7:40 p.m. SAVES—Cordero, Cincinnati, 10; Franklin, St. Joe Borrello (PCA) ............................................... 33 Oct. 17 — Bank of America 500, Concord, N.C.
Cincinnati (Cueto 3-1) at Arizona (Augenstein 0-0),
Cofield faced off against Major 8:40 p.m.
Louis, 9; FrRodriguez, New York, 9; Bell, San Joseph Brown (SA) .............................................. 30 Oct. 25 — TUMS Fast Relief 500, Martinsville, Va.
Diego, 8; Qualls, Arizona, 8; BWilson, San Fran- Bowen Woodson (VHS) ....................................... 29 Nov. 1 — AMP Energy 500, Talladega, Ala.
League rehab Andrew Miller and Thursday’s Games cisco, 8; Broxton, Los Angeles, 8. Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 28 Nov. 8 — Dickies 500, Fort Worth, Texas
more than held his own. Cofield Florida at Milwaukee, 12:05 p.m.
Trey Prentiss (VHS) ............................................. 27 Nov. 15 — Checker O’Reilly Auto Parts 500, Avon-
gave up two runs, one earned,
L.A. Dodgers at Philadelphia, 12:05 p.m.
San Diego at Chicago Cubs, 1:20 p.m. MinOR LEaGUE basEbaLL Stolen bases dale, Ariz.
Nov. 22 — Ford 400, Homestead, Fla.
on only three hits through 5 1/3 Houston at Colorado, 2:10 p.m. southern League Clayton Holmes (PCA)......................................... 33
Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 29
innings. Brian Dumesnil tossed St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 6:05 p.m.
North Division Colby Rushing (PCA)........................................... 28
two-thirds of a scoreless inning
N.Y. Mets at San Francisco, 9:15 p.m.
W L Pct. GB Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 25 LOTTERY
before turning the game over to Jeff METs 4, bRavEs 3 Huntsville (Brewers) .....15 13 .536 — Josh Perry (PCA) ................................................. 23
Atlanta New York Tennessee (Cubs)........14 14 .500 1 Gabby Hays (PCA) .............................................. 23 Sunday’s drawing
Lyman. Lyman earned his third win ab r h bi ab r h bi West Tenn (Mariners) ..12 17 .414 3 1/2 Reed Gordon (PCA) ............................................ 22 La. Pick 3: 1-6-2
of the year and pushed his score- KJhnsn 2b 5 0 0 0 JosRys ss 5 1 2 2 Carolina (Reds) ............13 19 .406 4 Ryno Martin-Nez (SA).......................................... 17
La. Pick 4: 0-8-1-3
Chattanooga (Dodgers) 13 19 .406 4 Joe Borrello (PCA) ............................................... 17
less innings streak to 14 with two Escoar ss 5 2 2 0 Cora 2b-1b 3 0 1 0
C.Jones 3b 4 1 2 0 DnMrp lf 3 0 0 0 South Division Pierson Waring (SA) ............................................ 16
shutout frames. GAndrs lf 4 0 1 1 Sheffild ph 1 0 0 0 W L Pct. GB Trey Prentiss (VHS) ............................................. 14
La. Pick 3: 6-5-5
Rafael Cruz pitched a scoreless McCnn c 4 0 3 1 FrRdrg p 0 0 0 0 B-ham (White Sox) ......21 9 .700 — Walks La. Pick 4: 6-9-7-3
Mobile (Diamondbacks)19 13 .594 3 Beau Wallace (WC) ............................................. 19
ninth to earn his seventh save. Ktchm 1b 4 0 1 1 RCastr ph 0 0 0 0
Jacksonville (Marlins) ...16 16 .500 6 Carlos Gonzalez (WC) ......................................... 19 Tuesday’s drawing
Francr rf 5 0 0 0 Beltran cf 4 1 2 1
Miller gave up a run on five hits in Schafer cf 3 0 1 0 DWrght 3b 4 0 2 0 Mississippi (Braves) ..15 16 .484 6 1/2 Adam Lee (WC) ................................................... 18 La. Pick 3: 3-3-0
six innings and Adalberto Mendez Jurrjns p 2 0 0 0 Tatis 1b-lf 3 0 0 0
Montgomery (Rays)......15 17 .469 7 Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 18
La. Pick 4: 6-5-7-8
——— Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................... 18
tossed one scoreless inning. Kasey Moylan p 0 0 0 0 Reed rf-lf 3 1 1 0
Tuesday’s Games Clayton Holmes (PCA)......................................... 18 Wednesday’s drawing
OFlhrt p 0 0 0 0 Castillo ph-2b 0 0 0
Olenberger (0-1) gave up two runs 1
Mississippi 3, Jacksonville 2 Reed Gordon (PCA) ............................................ 18
La. Pick 3: 9-4-2
West Tenn 1, Tennessee 0 Ryan Ferrington (VHS) ........................................ 17
in two innings and fell to 0-1 on the Infante ph 0 0 0 0 Santos c 3 0 0 0 Chattanooga 6, Huntsville 3 Joe Borrello (PCA) ............................................... 17 La. Pick 4: 7-2-0-7
year. MGnzlz p 0 0 0 0 Pelfrey p 2 0 0 0 Carolina 12, Birmingham 5 Jimmie Elliott (WC) .............................................. 16 Easy 5: 31-17-13-24-08
Bennett p 0 0 0 0 Putz p 0 0 0 0 Montgomery 5, Mobile 4 Trey Prentiss (VHS) ............................................. 15
Church ph-rf 2 1 1 0 Today’s Games Brendan Beesley (SA) ......................................... 15 La. Lotto: 21-10-39-02-22-07
Totals 36 3 10 3 Totals 33 4 9 4 West Tenn at Tennessee, 10:30 a.m. Powerball: 7-8-12-22-31
Josh Hill (PCA) .................................................... 15
Atlanta .....................................000 101 010 0 — 3 Carolina at Birmingham, 11:05 a.m.
New York .................................000 000 021 1 — 4 Montgomery at Mobile, 11:35 a.m. Powerball: 15; Power play: 5
BY tHe assoCIateD Press Two outs when winning run scored. Mississippi at Jacksonville, 12:05 p.m. PiTchinG Thursday’s drawing
DP—Atlanta 2. LOB—Atlanta 10, New York 7. Chattanooga at Huntsville, 7 p.m. Wins La. Pick 3: 9-9-0
May 13 2B—Escobar 2 (8), McCann (5), Jos.Reyes (4), Thursday’s Games Stephen Evans (SA) ......................................... 11-2
La. Pick 4: 8-8-7-9
Beltran (7). 3B—D.Wright (3). SB—C.Jones Mississippi at Jacksonville, 6:05 p.m. Montana McDaniel (PCA) ................................. 10-1
1952 — In an Appalachian League (1), Jos.Reyes (11), Beltran (4). CS—McCann West Tenn at Tennessee, 6:15 p.m. Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ........................................ 5-1 Friday’s drawing
game, Ron Necciai of the Bristol (1), D.Wright (6), Tatis (1). S—Jurrjens, Infante. Chattanooga at Huntsville, 7 p.m. Reed Gordon (PCA) ........................................... 5-1
La. Pick 3: 1-9-5
Carolina at Birmingham, 7:05 p.m. Ryno Martin-Nez (SA)......................................... 5-2
Twins strikes out 27 batters while SF—G.Anderson, Castillo.
Montgomery at Mobile, 7:05 p.m. Josh Eargle (SA)................................................. 4-0 La. Pick 4: 3-2-3-9
IP H R ER BB SO
pitching a 7-0 no-hitter against the Joseph Brown (SA) ............................................. 4-0 Saturday’s drawing
Welch Miners. Jurrjens 7 2-3 7 2 2 1 4
Jacob Thomas (VHS) ......................................... 4-2
La. Pick 3: 6-4-9
Matthew Warren (PCA)....................................... 4-2
1958 — Stan Musial gets his Moylan 0 0 0 0 1 0
Tuesday’s scores La. Pick 4: 5-5-6-5
O’Flaherty H,4 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Strikeouts
3,000th hit with a pinch-double off M.Gonzalez BS,2-7 1 1 1 1 0 0 EAST Montana McDaniel (PCA) .................................. 104 Easy 5: 8-17-18-25-35
Chicago’s Moe Drabowsky at Wrig- Bennett L,0-1 2-3 1 1 1 3 0 Connecticut 4, Boston College 3 Stephen Evans (SA) ............................................ 89
La. Lotto: 8-18-19-25-31-34
Ryno Martin-Nez (SA).......................................... 47
ley Field. The Cardinals win 5-3. New York Massachusetts 13, Quinnipiac 5
Brian Fitzgerald (VHS) ......................................... 39 Powerball: 4-15-32-49-58
Pelfrey 7 6 2 2 1 3 Rhode Island 4, Northeastern 0
2005 — Tiger Woods misses the Sacred Heart 15, Fordham 8 Reed Gordon (PCA) ............................................ 31 Powerball: 21; Power play: 3
Putz 1 2 1 1 2 1
cut at the Byron Nelson Champion- Fr.Rodriguez W,1-0 2 2 0 0 1 0
ship to end his record of 142 consec- Moylan pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
utive cuts made over the last seven HBP—by M.Gonzalez (Tatis). WP—Jurrjens. Tank McNamara
Umpires—Home, Andy Fletcher; First, Ted Barrett;
years on the PGA Tour. Needing a Second, Tim McClelland; Third, Greg Gibson.
par on the 18th hole at Cottonwood T—3:02. A—39,408 (41,800).
Valley, Woods misses a 15-foot putt.
He taps in for a bogey and a 2-over PiRaTEs 7, caRdinaLs 1
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tournament. Schmkr 2b 3 0 0 0 Morgan lf 5 1 2 2
2006 — With a 5-1 victory over Barden ph-3b 1 0 0 0 FSnchz 2b 3 0 1 0
KGreen ss 4 0 0 0 McLoth cf 4 0 1 1
Carolina in the Eastern Conference Pujols 1b 4 1 1 1 AdLRc 1b 4 1 1 1
semifinals, New Jersey’s Martin Ludwck rf 1 0 1 0 R.Diaz c 4 1 2 0
Brodeur becomes the third win- Rasms cf 2 0 1 0 AnLRc 3b 3 1 0 0
YMolin c 2 0 0 0 Moss rf 4 2 3 2
ningest goalie in league playoff his- BThmp p 0 0 0 0 JaWlsn ss 4 0 0 0
tory with 89. Brodeur trails Patrick Thurstn ph 0 0 0 0 Duke p 3 1 1 1
Roy (151) and Grant Fuhr (92). Duncan lf 2 0 0 0 Monroe ph 1 0 0 0
TGreen 3b-2b4 0 1 0 Capps p 0 0 0 0
The Vicksburg Post Wednesday, May 13, 2009 D3
MPSA clASS A chAMPionShiP SerieS St. Al
Continued from Page D1.
The Flashes are well tum and missed a division
rested going into Thursday’s title by only run differential
opener, while the Eagles with Stringer.
will get only a short respite West Union (18-12), in con-
after having their Game 3 trast, started off the season
with Ingomar twice delayed 1-8 against a murder’s row of
because of rain. non-division opponents and
St. Aloysius coach Clint had to win 17 of its last 21
Wilkerson’s rotation will games just to make it this far.
carry onward into Trustmark All of that matters little at
without skipping a beat. this junction with just two
St. Al ace Evans (11-2) will wins separating champions
get the start in Game 1, while from also-rans.
Ryno Martin-Nez (5-2) will While the Flashes enjoyed
take the mound in Game 2. Saturday’s South State title
West Union finished its series win over Stringer in Game 3,
on Monday and will likely be the title was not the one the
without sophomore ace Will St. Al players were seeking.
Basil, who earned the win “Winning South State is
in Game 3 against Ingomar. a big honor and when we
Basil is 5-0 in the playoffs and look back at this season, it’s
likely won’t be available until always something we can be
KATIE CARTER•The Vicksburg PosT Friday’s Game 2. proud of,” Wilkerson said.
Porters Chapel Academy’s Joe Borrello applies a tag to Uni- first base during the May 7 game at Smith-Wills Stadium. “Any time you can rest “But we didn’t go into this
versity Christian School’s Andrew Irwin as he dove back to Irwin was safe on the play. arms at this juncture, it’s season to win the South
an advantage,” Wilkerson State championship. We
Eagles headed to all-star game
said. “One disadvantage is want a state championship.
not seeing live pitching for a “A couple of them said
while. But now, it’s just about after the game ‘we’ll enjoy
getting it done.” this until Monday, but when
The two clubs couldn’t be Monday gets here, we’ve got
By Ernest Bowker
prep baseball in which he has gone 10-for-
18 with two doubles, a triple,
Pesky Hays different. St. Al started the to get back to work for what
nine RBIs and five runs is a tough out season hot out of the gate,
winning 12 of its first 13
we’re trying to accomplish,
win two baseball games and
Once again, Porters Chapel scored in six playoff games. Gabby Hays is a pest. games, kept up the momen- a state championship.’”
Academy will be well-rep- Not coincidentally, the Eagles For two seasons, the
resented at the Mississippi
Private School Association’s
Class A all-star game.
are 6-0 in that span and have
advanced to the Class A
5-foot-7 Porters Chapel Acad-
emy right fielder has made
a living out of being a tough
Three PCA players — “I found my old bat and I out. He spoils pitches. He Continued from Page D1.
catcher Josh Hill, outfielder went back to it, and I’ve been throws the bat at the ball Martin said. “We felt like ball in Game 1. “It just kind
Josh Perry and first baseman smashing it,” Hill said. “Ever and hits grounders. He gets we’ve been there before. We of clicked. We just decided
Joe Borrello — were selected Hill Perry since then, it built my confi- base hits. He does everything know how to get into tight we wanted to be state
to play in the game on May dence up. It’s like a mascot. except strike out, making situations and get out of champions.”
23 at Trustmark Park. The RBIs, and an impressive 25 All the tape has the most him an annoyance for oppos- them. There’s nothing short With two more wins, the
Class A all-star game begins stolen bases. pine tar on it you’ve ever ing pitchers and a big asset of experience.” Eagles will get there. With
at 2 p.m., while the Class Perry, a Warren Central seen, but I love it.” for the Eagles. PCA was certainly the one more, PCA coach Randy
AA-AAA game starts at 11 transfer who didn’t play Hill hasn’t just gotten hits, In 176 varsity at-bats over more experienced team, with Wright will reach an impres-
a.m. baseball as a junior, leads but timely ones. In Game 1 of the past two years, Hays has seven starters back from the sive milestone.
It’s the 11th consecutive the team with a .467 average. a second-round series sweep only struck out 12 times. 2008 squad that went to the Wright, in his 14th season
season, and 12th time in 13 He’s driven in 33 runs, hit 10 of Franklin, he doubled in the “I’m just trying to get the second round of the play- as PCA’s coach, is sitting on
years, that PCA has had at doubles and stolen 23 bases. tying run in the bottom of the ball and put it in play. I hate offs. The Eagles struggled 299 career victories. While
least one player picked for Borrello is hitting .385 with eighth inning. In Game 2, he to strike out,” Hays said. “I’ll early, then won 17 of their No. 301, and not No. 300, is
the game. It’s also the third three home runs, 13 doubles, broke up a no-hitter in the choke up and don’t take a last 20 games — including six the ultimate goal this week,
time, and second year in a 27 RBIs and 33 runs scored. fifth and started the eventual stride or nothing. Just make in a row in the playoffs — to he was quick to point out
row, that the school has had winning rally with a single in contact.” reach the state finals for the that they’re something of a
the maximum three seniors Hill charging the seventh. Hays has struck out only first time since winning it all matched set.
selected. In the South State finals
“It’s going to be awesome. through playoffs against University Christian,
four times this season, and
is hitting .368. He went 19
“Right after the University
“Right now, win No. 301
is what we’re looking for.
That was one of my self- Digging up an old friend Hill’s bases-clearing double games before striking out for Christian game, we knew We’ll just cross that bridge
made goals was to get on one has helped Hill regain his hit- in the bottom of the first the first time. That spoiled his we had second place in the when we get to it,” Wright
of those (school record) lists ting stroke. turned out to be the differ- goal of trying to go the entire district and were going to said. “Three hundred wins
and make the all-star game,” Just before the end of the ence in a 4-1 victory. season without striking out, the playoffs. We started hit- in 14 seasons is an unbeliev-
Hill said. regular season, a slump- “He’s been our best hitter but he quickly realized how ting better as a team and able accomplishment. I’m
Hill, whose older brother ing Hill switched to a bat he the last few weeks, no ques- unrealistic that was. we’re not making nearly the extremely proud of it. But
Dean was an all-star for PCA used last season when he tion,” PCA coach Randy “At first I was pretty upset. errors we did before,” said at this point right now, I’m
in 2005, is batting .422 this hit .356 with five home runs. Wright said. But when I got to the dugout sophomore pitcher Montana focused on Game 1 versus
season. He has 11 doubles, 32 The result was a hot stretch I started laughing,” he said. McDaniel, who will get the Bayou.”
St. Aloysius takes constant plunkings in stride
By Ernest Bowker and you got out of the way, you game to game, or even inning “Without a shadow of a we checked around and found grounders when all of the hit-
firstname.lastname@example.org ran,” Weaver said. to inning. Last week, in Game doubt, he has the best glove this place,” Wilkerson said. ting stations are cleaned up.
St. Al coach Clint Wilker- 3 of the South State champion- on our baseball team. Nobody “The Y was gracious enough “A lot of the things we do
The St. Aloysius Flashes son said teaching his players ship series against Stringer, flashes the leather like he to let us use this. It’s been a offensively start in here,” Wilk-
haven’t been shy about taking how to take a pitch was an Rushing started at third base does. He can play anywhere blessing.” erson said on Monday. “You
one for the team this season. important — and successful and moved to second when on the field. He can even play Far from just a refuge when don’t miss a beat. We could
The Flashes have been hit — part of his team’s offensive Pierson Waring came in to left field if we needed him the weather turns bad, the be outside today, but we’re
by 83 pitches this season, an approach. The Flashes are pitch in the fourth inning. to,” Wilkerson said. “He’s Flashes have used the indoor in here because of the things
average of nearly three per averaging almost 11 runs per Wilkerson held off on another saved us a lot of runs with his facility as a regular part of we work on offensively. Some
game. Ryno Martin-Nez leads game this season. pitching change later in the defense.” their practice routine. The days you need to do nothing
the team with 13 plunkings, “It’s just a mindset thing. It’s game that would have moved team works on its swing there but take cuts. It’s easy for us
but seven of the 10 regular another way to get on the bag. Rushing to first base. Indoor facility a in the offseason, and about to come in here and take 300
starters have been hit at least Another way to create chaos,” “It’s tough. Remembering once a week when the season cuts in a day.”
seven times apiece. Wilkerson said. “It’s an attack where you have to be on pick- big help for St. Al begins, Wilkerson said. The
“If I see it coming at me, mode we teach. Whether it’s offs, and all the little things St. Aloysius has had a secret gym, which has a rubberized
I’m not moving,” said catcher wearing one, taking one in the you adjust to. But I’ve been weapon aiding its run to the floor, is also big enough to take
Sean Weaver, who has been ribcage or hitting a drive to the doing it since eighth grade so Class 1A finals — the old Raw-
hit 12 times. Three of those
came in one game, all on his
gap, those are all things we do
in our minds offensively.”
it comes natural now,” Rush-
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ers are taught to crowd the Justin Rushing is usually he handled nine chances with- Wilkerson got permission to plan massage
plate to make the strike zone a man on the move for the out an error. use the Raworth Y in 2008 and
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Beltran, Mets beat Braves Celtics rally, take Game 5
NEW YORK (AP) — Mets
manager Jerry Manuel and
baseball and we lost.”
Fernando Tatis was hit by
By The Associated Press
GM Omar Minaya have both have won eight of nine. an 0-2 pitch before pinch-hit-
The Magic lost their touch
said they want to see more “He can take over a game. ter Luis Castillo tied it with a
in a series some of their play-
fight out of their team this That’s basically what he did sacrifice fly. It was the second
ers believe should already be
year. tonight,” Manuel said. blown save in seven chances
They got it Tuesday night. Jair Jurrjens took a four- for Gonzalez, who picked off
The Celtics keep finding
Carlos Beltran drew a bases- hit shutout into the eighth Tatis for the third out.
theirs just in time.
loaded walk from Jeff Ben- for Atlanta before a two-run Reyes reached on an infield
The defending NBA champi-
nett with two outs in the 10th double to left-center by Jose single with two outs in the
ons wiped out a 10-point defi-
inning and New York rallied to Reyes cut it to 3-2 — though 10th and stole second. After an
cit in the last five minutes and
beat the Atlanta Braves 4-3 for he was easily thrown out at intentional walk to Alex Cora,
won Game 5 92-88 on Tues-
a rare comeback victory. third when he tried to stretch pinch-hitter Ramon Castro
day night for a 3-2 lead in the
The Mets were down by it into a triple. walked to load the bases.
Eastern Conference semifi-
three in the eighth but fought Beltran opened the ninth Bennett (0-1) went to a full
nal series. If the Celtics lose
back to improve to 1-11 this with a double off Mike Gon- count on Beltran and his final
Game 6 in Orlando on Thurs-
season when trailing after zalez and swiped third on a delivery appeared a bit low.
day, they will host Game 7 on
seven innings. close play with one out. Braves The right-hander walked off
“Six outs to go and we were third baseman Chipper Jones the mound shaking his head
“I know we won a lot of Game
able to take it out of their pock- thought third-base umpire and muttering into his glove.
7s, but anything can happen
ets pretty much,” closer Fran- Greg Gibson missed the call. “You are in the big leagues,
and our mindset is to go down
cisco Rodriguez said. “Wins “It came down to one play you’ve got to throw strikes in
to Orlando and just get the
like this get you going.” and he got it wrong. I never that situation. I didn’t get the
win by any means necessary,”
Beltran also doubled, stole had a guy slide into my glove job done,” Bennett said.
Paul Pierce said. “We’re not a
third and scored the tying run and be safe,” Jones said. “We Atlanta dropped to 14-1 when
team that gives games away
in the ninth for the Mets, who played a perfect game tonight leading after seven innings.
and (says) hopefully we win
sports arena it at home.”
The Celtics beat both Atlanta
and Cleveland in seven games
The VSO U10 River last year and went on to their
The associaTed press
17th title. In the opening round
Hills Bank girls team Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce, left, and guard Eddie
this year, they beat Chicago
finished as state run- in Game 7 after losing three House celebrate during the final seconds of Boston’s 92-88
ner-ups after losing games in overtime. win over the Orlando Magic in Game 5 on Tuesday.
to Starkville 2-0 in the
championship game of
Then they came through at
the end of the last two games
nba with 19 points, Hedo Turkoglu
had 18 and Dwight Howard
against Orlando, winning on a 13-0 run to take an 88-85 had 17 rebounds but just 12
the Division 3 cham-
Game 4 95-94 on Glen Davis’ lead Tuesday. points while taking only 10
pionship tournament long jumper at the buzzer Should the series be over shots
held May 2-3 in Bran- and on Tuesday when their already? Boston was led by Davis with
don. First row, from defense held Orlando to just “From our standpoint, yes,” 22 points and Pierce with 19.
left, are Kristen Martin, three free throws in the last Orlando’s Anthony Johnson But it was Stephon Marbury’s
Mackenzie Keller and five minutes. said. “We feel like we have 12, all in the fourth quarter,
“We’re grinders and we the better team and we’ve that sparked the comeback.
Natalie Reynolds. Sec- just (ground) this game out,” outplayed them for the most
ond row from left are Boston coach Doc Rivers said. part but we haven’t finished Lakers 118, Rockets 78
Natalie McCormick, “They believe in each other. ballgames.”
Kobe Bryant needed only
Drew Barnes, Amanda They’re very close. All the The Magic led most of the
three quarters to score 26
Boleware, Ansley Plunk experiences from last year game by running on offense
points and the Lakers bounced
(have) helped this year.” and making shots. But with
and Anne Stewart back from their Game 4 flop to
They’ve succeeded with- the 10-point lead, they tried
Piazza. Third row from out Kevin Garnett, who has to hang on by running the
take a 3-2 lead in the Western
left are Dawn Barnes, Conference semifinals.
missed the entire playoffs 24-second clock down before
Pau Gasol had 16 points and
Ricky Martin and Eddie with a knee injury and isn’t taking a shot. They didn’t
13 rebounds, Andrew Bynum
Boleware. expected back this season. always get good ones as they’d
scored 14 points, Trevor Ariza
And backup power forward try just one pick-and-roll for
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tournament, contact Curtis in three slayings
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convict Eric Jackson of on Tuesday.
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begin at 1
($8). Tours of the sanctuary
a.m. until 3 p.m each day.
Warren Central will hold
Registration forms are avail- tryouts for the varsity boys Football Camp — A presentation of the
gardens of yesterday and
able at the parks and recre-
on site. 4
a tour of the 10-acres garden
basketball team on May 18-20 p.m. -
The Steve McNair Football By Danny Barrett Jr.
certs at the Old Court House
ation offices Monday through
to 7 p.m. Per- st.com
1008 Cherry St., from 5:30 dbarrett@vicksburgpo
at the school’s gym. Tryouts Harry Sharp of Vicksburg
, whose business
Camp is scheduled for June
background includes cemetery a receivership
April 3. y to head
was named Wednesda
Friday at 100 Army-Navy
will begin at 1:30 p.m. and
established by court order
SATURDAY & APRIL 4 operate Green Acres Memorial
Driver or at the Jackson end at 3. For more informa- 25 and will be open for boys — A review of the river de-
fense during the Siege. 9:30
Sharp is owner of Sharp
Enterprises of Vicksburg
Duff Green Mansion, a
home and bed and breakfast,
ages 9-17. There is no fee
First St. is a Sharp property, and
seph E. Davis, elder brother also volunteer chairman
Street Community Center.
tion, call 918-510-8355.
in 1870. 11 Vicksburg Main Street
vis, who died at the home directors.
In the role, he will assume
and all campers will receive
- sale of pre-need and
operations, including the
For information, call 601-634-
Tana Ford to for the 15-acre
burg artist and designer at-need goods and services
and management of the
and vintage Victorian jewelry
will be on cemetery’s funds under
court supervision in
a camp T-shirt, lunch, auto-
Green Acres came under
display. 1:30 p.m. of State Delbert Hose-
Hinds CC to host
January after Secretary
who live in Texas, could
nts us- - mann said the owners,
St. — Victorian ﬂoral arrangeme from a state law requir-
not show compliance with being held in
ing ﬂowers with special meanings ing pre-payments by customers
graphed picture of McNair
the gardens of the mansion. reserve.
See Cemetery, Page
Trees snap, power fails in stor
, 5:30 to 7, including Southern
youth soccer camp
Art and Music at The Attic
and instruction from the
Clear Creek Ladies
winds and torren-
ington St. “We had some strong
like we were spared
tial rains, but it looks
the brunt of the storm,”
ut the course of to double volunteers
former NFL MVP and area
— Martin Pace. “Througho
- to several calls of
the night we responded By Steve Sanoski
and we had
trees blocking the roadways, was noth- email@example.com
burg Quilting Guild. 11 a.m.
Hinds Community College
those cleared pretty quickly. the coun-
some of anticipated will
ing compared to what
coaches. For information, go East St. — Demonstration
of medical d.” More people than originally
By Steve Sanoski ties just south of us experience summer and take
dur- arrive in Vicksburg this
practices and surgical procedures firstname.lastname@example.org A tornado ripped through
Simpson All Saints’ Epis-
early this up residency at the former
and the town of Magee of the AmeriCorps
will host its annual youth
— Linda homes were County
20, damaging copal School as members
About 600 Warren County morning, injuring at least y Corps.
following the National Civilian Communit 80 members,
- and requiring
without power this morning downed or destroying 60 homes “We were going to start
second night of storms,
which to Jackson for will now begin with
few homes and three people to be airlifted but the great news is we
many trees but damaged s NCCC
On May 9, the Ladies of
160,” Jules Hampton, AmeriCorp
soccer camp June 8-12. The
3 p.m. city and county ofﬁ- Storm, Page A10.
— A tast- caused no injuries, See
regional deputy director,
e-mail at rosalea@b-c-sports.
4:30 p.m. cials said. the Vicksburg Board of
ing of period foods and spirits.
from crossing and Aldermen Wednesda
Cables keep truck of cows
The Episcopal diocese
Clear Creek played a two- camp, which runs from 8 a.m.
- sissippi, which co-owns
school with the Episcopal
com or call at 601-606-7003.
with displays of
— The lost art of tatting By Steve Sanoski ceses of Louisiana, Arkan-
ﬁne linens, laces, clothing email@example.com sas and Western Louisiana,
day, best ball match.
tools. 9:30 a.m. is leasing 75 percent of
to 4:30 p.m. each day, is open
A just-installed safety 40-acre complex to Ameri-
— Discussion of the slave rier performed as designed Corps, a government service
ago. It will be the
Wednesday night, keep- program launched 15 years
ing a cattle-laden semi
that complex in the coun-
ﬁfth such AmeriCorps
Top winners were Karen
and maps. 11 a.m.
to boys and girls ages 7-14.
20 out the Southern region.
— Collec- careened off Interstate try, and the only one in
Soccer Summer Camp
trafﬁc. operated as a religious
of oncoming The All Saints’ campus
“It was storming really
bad. a century until 2006,
20 this boarding school for nearly
rings. 1:30 p.m. The driver said he saw
when regular classes ceased.
Carroll and Wanda Caru-
coming at him from the
The cost of the camp is $130
— Tour and tasting of delica- See AmeriCorps, Page
See Cables, Page A10.
planned for Bovina
thers; Gaby Davidson and
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Flood stage: 43 feet A9 dies in Vienna.
Nichols. Chip-in was made scheduled for July 13-17 at A9
the Bovina Soccer Com-
by Wanda Caruthers
On Saturday, the ladies will
Soccer Summer Camp plex. With registration fees
planned for Bovina
play a “two lady alternate
shot.” Check-in time is 9:30 Soccer Summer Camp is
you get a T-shirt and soccer
ball. And if you register 45 See it online @
a.m., with tee off at 10 a.m. scheduled for July 13-17 at
the Bovina Soccer Complex.
days before the camp you get
another free soccer jersey. www.vicksburgpost.com
Home of Champions With registration fees you You can register online at
www.vsosoccer.org or e-mail
get a t-shirt and Soccer ball.
baseball camp at WC And if you register 45 days firstname.lastname@example.org.
Warren Central will host before the camp date you get
its annual “Home of Champi- another free soccer jersey.
ons” baseball camp June 2-5 You can register online at
at Viking Field. The camp is www.vsosoccer.org or e-mail
open to children ages 5-15, email@example.com.