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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  P  

  • PAC SEE Political Action Committees
  • Pace, Charles SEE Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi
  • Pace, Mississippi, 1/17/88, 3B
  • Pace-Rhodes, Shun SEE Gospel singers
  • Paceco, Inc
    • Gulfport
      • Subsidiary of Fruehauf Corp, 9/4/87, 8B
    • Plans future with plans to diversify, 4/17/88, 1G
  • Pachuta, Mississippi, 7/20/87, 2B
  • Pacific Dunlop
    • GNB,Inc
      • Florence
        • Battery manufacturer, 5/14/88, 8B
  • Package couriers SEE Packaging services
  • Packaging services
    • Christmas rush, 12/5/89, 6B
    • Mississippi
      • There's money in brown paper and tape, 11/20/88, 1G
  • Packard Electric Co
    • 10 job openings draw 2000 applicants, 9/11/85, 8B
    • GM turnaround in first quarter 1993, 4/30/93, 5B
    • Job security issue in contract, 8/11/85, 1H
    • Literacy & technological skills, 2/4/88, 8B; 4/10/88, 1H
    • Negotiations avert strike at 11th hour, 10/11/90, 6B
    • New director announced, 7/3/85, 8B
    • New manager: Patrict McCart, 8/1/85, 10B
    • Supreme Court will hear suit filed by former workers, 5/1/90, 6B
  • Packer, Wayne
    • Artist shows works at Bryant Galleries, 1/26/92, 1F
  • PACs SEE Political Action Committees
  • Paddling SEE Corporal punishment
  • Padgett, Jaime SEE Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Pafford Medical Transportation SEE Emergency medical service
  • Page, Donald W SEE Suicide---Gulfport
  • Page, Matthew
    • Becomes first black member of Greenville country club, 9/16/90, 4B
  • Page, Oran
    • Announces candidacy for circuit judge, Hinds and Yazoo counties, 7/11/91, 5B
  • Page, Paula
    • Millsaps graduate
      • Opera singer in Europe, 10/11/89, 1D
  • Pagers
    • Biloxi cannot pay its pager bill, 6/26/92, 3B
    • Free transplant candidates from sitting by telephone, 7/7/93, 1D
    • Now not only for business persons
      • Local companies: MobileComm and MTel, 5/17/92, 1C
  • Pagers SEE ALSO MobileComm; SEE ALSO MTel
  • Pagers SEE ALSO Wireless paging
  • Paige, Kourtney
    • JSU student running for mayor of Jackson, 12/5/92, 1B
  • Paige, Steven
    • Suspect in robbery arrested 3 days after parole, 12/28/93, 3B
  • Pain
    • Jacksonian Dr.Edwin Dodd builds pain roadblocks, 9/24/89, 1C
    • Pain Clinic of Mississippi in Brandon, 9/24/89, 1C
  • Painewebber
    • At Jackson seminar: 1990s will be spent paying for the 1980s, 3/6/92, 8B
  • Paint brush caddy
    • Inventor Carl Lacy, 4/15/87, 8B
  • Paint Peace
    • Gulport group plans to paint out gang graffiti, 2/27/89, 3B
  • Paintball games, 9/26/89, 1D
  • Painter
    • Roving painter Frank Henning, 10/11/87, 1C
  • Painting
    • Controversial painting
      • Ole Miss, 2/20/87, 1B
    • Painters share studio, exhibit, 2/26/89, 1F
  • Pajerski, Elizabeth Mitchell
    • Vicksburg artist's work at Municipal Art Gallery, 1/16/94, 1F
  • Palace Casino SEE Dockside Gambling, Biloxi
  • Palestinian Gardens
    • Lucedale
      • Weekend Getaway, 7/2/92, 3E
  • Palette Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 8/2/87, 1F; 8/9/90, 4E
  • Paley Collection SEE New Orleans Museum of Art
  • Palm Bar and Cafe
    • Jackson
      • Restaurant review, 5/15/88, 1F
    • Restaurant review, 5/15/88, 1F
  • Palmeiro, Raphael
    • Ex-Mississippi State baseballer reunited with brothers, 4/29/92, 1A
  • Palmer, Herchel
    • Heroic WWII veteran modest about his role, 11/9/92, 1A
  • Palmer, Jim
    • Signs autographs at MetroCenter, 10/7/87, 1D
  • Palmer, Jimmy
    • Named head of Department of Natural Resources, 7/23/87, 1B
  • Palmer, John SEE MTel
  • Palmer, Sylvester
    • Repeat offender charged with shooting, 8/21/94, 1B
  • Palmertree, Juston
    • Winona student's essay buried in time capsule, 11/13/90, 4B
  • Palmetto (house)
    • Pickard residence in Ocean Springs, 2/12/90, 1D
  • Panama
    • Clinton native was guard at U.S. Embassy, 12/22/89, 2A
    • Fighting was heavy, says injured Jackson serviceman, 12/23/89, 1A
    • Greenville serviceman wounded in disco attack, 3/5/90, 1A
    • Montgomery says American troops due to leave soon, 12/30/89, 3B
    • Panamanian students in Mississippi sorry to see coup foiled, 10/4/89, 6A
  • Pannell, Heath
    • National Poster child for Epilepsy Foundation, 11/28/93, 1B
  • Pannell, Stacie SEE Murder, NEMJC
  • Papal Honor Guard
    • Mississippians, 9/8/87, 1A
  • Paper bag
    • Replaced by plastic bags at grocery stores, 3/20/87, 1F
  • Paper, The (motion picture) SEE Motion pictures
  • Paquin, Paul
    • Fannie Mae executive speaks to financial analysts group, 6/20/92, 5B
  • Parachutists
    • Andre Jewett dies in jump from WLBT-TV tower, 4/3/94, 1A; 4/5/94, 1B
    • National Guard's Special Forces team, 10/11/93, 1D
  • Parade barricades
    • Jackson City Council purchases 400 barricades, 1/20/93, 4B
  • Parade of Homes
    • Low mortgage rates expected to draw big crowd, 7/16/92, 5B
  • Parades
    • Christmas, 12/7/86, 1B
    • Colman Pearce will lead St. Paddy's Day parade, 3/13/89, 1D
    • Jackson
      • Mal's St. Paddy's Day parade, 3/19/89, 3B
      • St. Paddy's Day parade, 3/18/89, 1B
      • Subdivisions celebrate Family Day, 8/28/88, 1B
    • Mississippi plans float for Tournament of Roses parade
      • 1/1/89; 1E
    • Tournament of Roses - Mississippi musicians, 12/29/86, 1B
  • Paralyzed American Veterans SEE Magro, Charles
  • Paramedics
    • Jackson
      • Back pay from city overdue since April 1986, 9/13/90, 5B
      • Cardin loses suit for reinstatement in job, 3/10/90, 5B
      • Overtime suit against city thrown out, 11/30/91, 3B
      • Supplied with bullet-resistant vests, 2/20/91, 1B
      • To ask for wage increase, 10/10/88, 1B
    • Mississippi
      • AIDS protection, 7/29/87, 1B
      • Efforts to ease state shortage, 7/17/89, 1B
  • Paramedics SEE ALSO Emergency medical service,
  • Parcel
    • Greenville
      • Suspicious parcel turns out to be harmless, 12/28/89, 1A; 12/29/89, 1A
  • Parchman
    • 2 inmates held 12 years after stabbing, 7/7/88, 1A; 7/8/88, 1B
    • 2nd inmate suspected in gang slaying, 8/30/88, 1A
    • 40% of guards called corrupt, 8/11/87, 1A; 8/12/87, 1B; 8/17/87, 1A; 8/19/87, 3B
    • 48.5% of inmates have hearing disorders, 6/26/88, 2B
    • 6 ex-guards facing trial are rehired, 3/8/88, 1B
    • 8 inmate deaths within one month, 1/12/94, 1B
    • Auditors target vendors' records in prison probe, 2/3/90, 1B
    • BBC documentary, 6/9/87, 2B; 6/12/87, 3B
    • Billed $350 for damage to R-rated film, 2/2/90, 1B
    • Board calls for drug testing of staff, 9/15/87, 1B
    • Charles Colson delivers Easter message, 4/16/90, 1A
    • Commissioner Black sees no need for court oversight, 2/7/90, 2B
    • Corrections won't release RID report, 7/14/88, 1B
    • Counterfeit money orders, 10/14/86, 1B
    • Death Row locks changed after stabbing, 7/28/88, 1A
    • Dedication of education center built by and for inmates, 9/28/90, 2B
    • Discipline program helps inmates reform, 4/28/88, 1B
    • Drug smuggling
      • Gangs, 11/10/87, 1A
    • Employee firings, 8/25/87, 4B
    • Employee Leroy Brown arrested with heroin package, 8/21/90, 2B
    • Employees' families living conditions, 8/8/85, 1B
    • Escapee found in Michigan, 11/28/86, 1A
    • Escapee Johnny Clark, 11/15/86, 1B
    • Escapees Bell and MacDonald recaptured in Jackson, 3/30/94, 1A
    • Escapees Lemario Bell and Ronnie MacDonald termed 'dangerous', 3/29/94, 1B
    • Escapees recaptured, 10/25/87, 6B
    • Expansion, 10/13/87, 1A
    • Expert blasts prison program, 6/28/88, 1B
    • Factory work pays inmates as they learn, 3/14/93, 1G
    • Farm program growing quickly, 3/14/93, 1G
    • Farming by inmates is resumed
      • Some want emphasis on manufacturing trades, 4/11/94, 1A, 1B
    • Farming by inmates OK'ed by Legislature, 4/16/92, 2B; 5/16/92, 3B
    • Farming operations are a priority of Fordice, 6/25/93, 5B; 9/24/92, 1A
    • Farming operations: $6 million funding sought, 9/13/92, 5B
    • Fear part of daily work, guards say, 7/27/89, 5B
    • Feudal prison system, a remnant of slavery, 5/20/90, 1H
    • Former Louisiana official interviewed as Commissioner, 8/24/88, 1A
    • Glove-making plant closed down, 1/5/94, 1B
    • Guard firing for rally attendance is 'political pressure', 5/7/92, 2B; 6/5/92, 1B
    • Guard slightly injured subduing prisoner, 5/9/92, 3B
    • Guards abuse of sick leave, 9/26/89, 1A
    • Guards cracking down on contraband being brought in, 9/28/92, 1A
    • Guards fired for attending protest rally, 4/5/92, 1A; 4/8/92, 1A; 4/14/92, 1B; 4/23/92, 3B
    • Guards may be planning "sickout," 7/2/88, 1A
    • Guards' firing: state appeals order to reinstate them, 11/30/92, 1A; 12/2/92, 3B
    • Gurads fired for attending rally are rehired, 3/9/93, 1B
    • Hiring freeze will not affect new maximun security unit, 5/4/90, 5B
    • Honors guards, 11/23/86, 1B,6B
    • Inmate accused of picking computer cotton, 2/9/88, 1A
    • Inmate James Logan sues over unused dining hall, post office, 11/28/93, 1A
    • Inmate types, 9/6/87, 1A
    • Inmate Willie Russell stabs guard to death, 7/19/89, 1A; 7/20/89, 1A; 7/21/89, 1B
    • Inmate Willie Russell's trial for killing guard, 10/5/90, 2B; 10/6/90, 3B
    • Inmate's death during exercise caused by brain swelling, 5/5/90, 1A
    • Inmates
      • Farm work, 9/9/87, 1A
    • Inmates allowed beards, 9/20/85, 1A
    • Inmates in for convicted crimes no longer to work for state agencies, 8/30/89, 1A
    • Inmates in postal scam to lose privileges, 9/24/85, 1B
    • Inmates in RID program abused, 7/9/88, 1A
    • Inmates indicted in money order scam, 5/3/88, 1A
    • Inmates learn catfish farming, 10/15/88, 8B
    • Inmates may be used to build projects, 12/8/87, 3B
    • Inmates providing free labor for state, 3/16/91, 3B
    • Inmates renovate Washington County Health Department, 10/1/92, 3B
    • Inmates tell Jackson teens what prison is like, 3/9/89, 1B
    • Inmates work money order scam through mail, 10/15/88, 1A
    • Inmates' lawyer: Parchman violates regulations, 10/12/88, 1A
    • Job assistance program for parolees, 7/9/90, 1B
    • Killers Weeks and Shearer flee prison, 7/6/89, 1A; 7/7/89, 3B; 7/8/89, 1A; 7/9/89, 1A
    • Killings at facility investigated, 10/15/89, 1B
    • Lack of security in Unit 24 troubles reform advocate, 2/27/90, 1B
    • Land issue still unresolved, 11/4/85, 1B
    • Lawsuit claims Raymond Hall was worked to death, 4/4/91, 3B
    • Lawyers:Parchman understaffed, 10/18/88, 1A
    • Legislators will examine prison in wake of Rankin County problems, 9/10/89, 1A
    • Magistrate Court eases dockets of prisoners' complaints, 1/12/90, 1B
    • Mental health workers needed for inmates, 6/20/88, 1A
    • Military style program investigated for abuse, 6/27/88, 1A
    • Ministry for inmates, 8/23/86, 1C
    • Money order scam, 2/9/88, 1A; 12/7/85, 1B
    • Money order scam doubles despite convictions, 2/15/88, 1A
    • Money order scam implicates guards, 10/14/85, 1A
    • Money order scam returns, 8/9/89, 4B
    • Money order scam: telephones calls censored, 3/25/93, 3B
    • Neighbors of prison used to escapes, don't worry, 7/6/89, 1A
    • New chapel; Former teacher finds new ministry, 10/19/85, 1C
    • New director Puckett wants better staff morale, 9/3/88, 1A
    • New maximum security complex useful, but not enough, 9/17/90, 1A
    • No prosecution expected in death of ex-convict, 7/28/88, 1B
    • Officials hope redesigned money order ends scam by prisoners, 8/21/89, 1A
    • Officials looking for cause, 2/12/88, 4B
    • Overcrowding, 9/24/85, 1B
    • PEER report says lax security allows escapes, 9/3/94, 1B
    • Policies written for guest house, 12/15/87, 1B
    • Postal fraud, 8/17/86, 1B
    • Postal orders made tamper-proof, 10/10/85, 1A
    • Postal scam, 8/26/85, 1A
    • Postal scam participants sentenced, 10/26/85, 1B
    • Prison chaplain seeks funds to build Spiritual Life Center, 6/13/89, 5B
    • Prison labor: glove-making plant ruling, 3/17/94, 1B; 3/25/94, 1B
    • Prison officials seek female guards, 9/30/85,
    • Prison workers & union meet;guards suspended, 11/13/86,
    • Prison workers complain of low pay, inadequate staff, 12/6/89, 1B
    • Prison workers complain of low pay, inadequate staffing, 12/6/89, 1B
    • Prisoner Jarvious Cotton wants his girlie magazines delivered, 10/28/93, 1B
    • Prisoners constantly making weapons, 7/20/89, 1B
    • Prisoners wreck dorm, 11/15/85,
    • Program seems to be working, 4/28/88,
    • Raids net drugs, weapons, cash, 1/28/88,
    • Rapist escapes, 11/11/86, 1B
    • Rastefarians, 11/16/85,
    • Regimented Inmate Discipline Program, 7/29/85,
    • Revivals, 12/6/86,
    • Riot squad ends takeover, 2/11/88,
    • Rise in escapes, 7/21/86,
    • Rising gang participation by inmates, 9/11/88,
    • Rodeo, 9/9/85, 1B; 9/14/87, 1A
    • Shake-up unite 29, 11/6/87, 1B
    • Superintendent bans strip searches without cause, 11/15/89, 1A
    • TB patient to be confined at Parchman, 12/5/87,
    • To purchase property from guard, 11/11/86,
    • Trial for money order scam July 5, 5/15/88,
    • Tuberculosis strikes 1 in 4 prisoners, 6/15/90, 1A; 7/14/90, 1B
    • Uprising handled well, 2/17/88, 4B
    • Visitor is detained after gun, marijuana found, 5/16/90, 5B
    • Walford gets 40 years in money order scam, 11/9/88, 5B
    • Weddings, 12/28/86, 1A
    • Weddings of inmates heaven-made, but performed in prison, 3/29/91, 1B
  • Parchman SEE ALSO Floyd, Larry
  • Parchman SEE ALSO Prisons, Mississippi
  • Parchman Penitentiary- SEE: Parchman
  • Pardin, Hannah
    • State winner in Invent America competition, 9/10/91, 4B
  • Parent of the Year
    • Home Hill is named, 2/10/94, 2B
    • Marion Reid of Meridian is named, 2/17/93, 1B
    • Mississippi school program, 11/17/92, 4B
  • Parent-Child Center
    • Jackson
      • Offers pamphlet of back-to-school tips, 8/24/90, 1E
  • Parent-Teacher Associations SEE PTAs
  • Parent-teacher conferences
    • Tips on a good conference, 9/25/90, 4B
  • Parental consent law SEE Abortion, Mississippi---Parental...
  • Parenting Matters (conference)
    • At Forest Hill High School, 5/2/93, 1B
    • Children's Trust Fund of Mississippi, 3/3/94, 1D
  • Parents
    • Children pick up values (or lack of them) from parents, 1/5/92, 1E
    • Chip off the Old Block
      • Children who take same professions as their parents, 4/4/93, 1E+
    • Effective parenting seminar at Presidential Hills center, 1/7/92, 1D
    • Parents by default: what if a brother or sister dies?, 4/11/93, 1E
    • Single parents, 8/20/89, 1E
  • Parents Advisory Committee for Families of Students with Disabilities
    • Evelyn Williams, 5/10/94, 4B
  • Parents Against Clinton SEE Presidential election, 1992
  • Parents Against Sex Offenders
    • In behalf of sexually abused children, 2/7/93, 1B
  • Parents and Schools: Partners for Students' Success
    • Seminar by Jackson schools, 11/12/91, 4B
  • Parents as Teachers
    • Begins with sessions at St. Andrew's, 4/19/90, 4B
    • Program instructs parents in preschool training, 4/20/92, 1B, 3B; 10/27/92, 3B
    • Seminar in Biloxi, 5/12/92, 3B
  • Parents for Public Schools
    • ABC-TV films story, 10/11/91, 2B; 10/12/91, 5B
    • Anderson, 9 other alumni honored, 5/25/91, 2B
    • Barb Davis new chapter services director, 6/24/94, 4B
    • Begins to take crusade nationwide, 8/15/91, 1B
    • Curriculum forum at Murrah High School, 8/11/92, 4B
    • First national conference, 4/10/92, 1B; 4/12/92, 1A
    • Hattiesburg group set to combat white flight, 10/28/91, 2B
    • Honors 10 outstanding Jackson Public Schools graduates, 4/19/93, 1B
    • Hosts parties, 1/17/90, 3B; 2/25/90, 3H
    • Hosts parties in support of schools, 1/17/90, 3B
    • Its efforts greatly help passage of bond issues, 7/7/91, 3G
    • Jane Smith of Bay Springs, 4/12/92, 1A
    • Molpus takes message to Macon, Georgia, 10/2/91, 4B
    • Names 10 outstanding public school alumni, 3/16/92, 3B
    • Receives $120,000 grant from Kraft Foods, 9/25/92, 3B
    • Receives grant from the Freedom Forum, 4/14/92, 1B
    • Trying to halt white flight, 11/4/90, 1B
    • White parents campaign, 2/20/90, 3B; 2/25/90, 3H; 3/5/90, 4B
  • Parents' University '91
    • Hattiesburg program helps parents prepare children for college, 8/27/91, 4B
  • Paris, Mississippi, 5/3/86, 1A
  • Park and Ride facility
    • At I-10 interchange in Ocean Springs, 7/6/92, 1B
  • Park Place Baptist Church
    • Has new building after old one burned, 12/9/89, 1D
  • Park rangers
    • First group qualified to carry guns completes training, 3/7/92, 3B
    • Rangers in Mississippi now more aggressive, more alert, 7/28/91, 1G
  • Park rangers SEE ALSO McGhee, Robert L; Gulf Island National Seashore
  • Park, Marlowe SEE Apartment fire, Madison
  • Parker family slayings
    • 2 charged with murder of family in burning home, 2/4/90, 1A; 2/5/90, 1A
    • 3rd suspect is charged, 2/6/90, 1A; 2/7/90, 1A
    • All-white jury in Corinth chosen for Carr trial, 9/11/90, 2B
    • Bobbie Jo Parker did not like Quitman County, 9/11/90, 2B
    • Carr bragged of killings, jailhouse inmate testifies, 9/15/90, 1B
    • Carr is found guilty, 9/19/90, 1B
    • Carr is given death sentence 4 times, 9/20/90, 1A
    • Carr left Clarksdale night of killings, witness says, 9/13/90, 1B
    • Carr trial cost Quitman County taxpayers $21,000, 9/22/90, 1B
    • Carr's murder trial painful for victims' family, 9/10/90, 1B
    • Carr's testimony backed up by witness, 9/16/90, 1B
    • Charges against Henderson are dropped, 3/8/90, 1A
    • Defendant gets trial delay, 4/27/90, 2B
    • Defense says suspect Carr has alibi, 9/12/90, 4B
    • Early testimony in Simon trial, 6/21/90, 2B
    • Ex-cellmate says Simon called slayings a 'mistake', 6/22/90, 1B
    • Expert at Carr trial tells of incendiary device, 9/14/90, 1B
    • Grand Jury indicts 2 in Parker family slaying, 3/13/90, 1A
    • Hearing held in killings, 5/5/90, 2B
    • Hearing transcript will remain sealed, 4/17/90, 1B
    • Judge moves trial of Robert Simon to Laurel, 6/9/90, 3B
    • Judge refuses to open pretrial hearings, 6/5/90, 3B
    • Judge refuses to throw out capital murder charges, 5/10/90, 1B; 5/11/90, 1B
    • Judge will decide Simon's sentence, 6/26/90, 1A
    • Judge won't remove Simon's trial from Ellisville, 6/19/90, 1B
    • Leveled house reminds relative of slain family, 6/17/90, 1B
    • Newspapers fight closure of hearings, 3/9/90, 5B; 3/10/90, 1B; 4/24/90, 2B
    • Newspapers given access to files on Simon and Carr, 9/20/90, 1B
    • Parkers's ring finger had been cut off, 2/11/90, 1B
    • Pastor calls for strictest punishment for killers, 2/7/90, 4B
    • Potential witness gets death threat, 5/2/90, 1B
    • Prosecutor told too much, lawyer says, 4/25/90, 2B
    • Prosecutors say Simon confessed to slayings, 6/20/90, 2B
    • Public barred from hearings on evidence, 5/19/90, 2B
    • Publicity debated in trial of Anthony Carr, 7/29/94, 1B
    • Questionaire may await jury pool in trial, 5/3/90, 1B
    • Racial tensions high following slayings, 2/9/90, 1A
    • Relatives resent being locked out of trial proceedings, 10/28/90, 1H
    • Simon found guilty on 3 counts, 6/24/90, 1A
    • Simon given death sentence, 10/14/90, 1A
    • Simon is given life term in slaying of farm girl, 7/7/90, 1A
    • Simon jury to decide on death penalty, 10/13/90, 1B
    • Simon's attorney says 2nd trial is double jeopardy, 7/31/90, 1B
    • Simon's double jeopardy motion is rejected, 10/4/90, 2B
    • Slayings leave community shocked, 2/13/90, 1B
    • Supreme Court refuses to open pretrial hearings, 3/11/90, 1B; 3/27/90, 1B
    • Suspect a 'troublemaker', 2/18/90, 1B
    • Suspect Simon was once prison guard at Parchman, 6/17/90, 1B
    • Suspects reindicted on other family members' slayings charge, 6/30/90, 2B
    • Teens admit lying about racial shooting, 2/10/90, 1A
    • Witness says fear made Simon confess, 6/23/90, 1B
    • Workers remember young girl playing in the fields, 6/19/90, 1B
  • Parker House
    • Laurel
      • Restaurant review, 8/2/90, 4E
    • Ridgeland
      • Restaurant review, 8/11/94, 4E
  • Parker House Restaurant and Lounge
    • Laurel
      • Weekend Getaway, 2/21/91, 3E
  • Parker Retirement Home
    • May be torn down, 4/25/88, 1A
  • Parker, Agnes
    • Waveland day care worker charged with neglect, 3/28/92, 3B
  • Parker, Anne
    • Artist's works on display at Bryant Galleries, 4/22/90, 1F
    • Her portrait of Fordice at Brown's Fine Art, 1/25/92, 1B
  • Parker, Barbara
    • Artist's works at Chimneyville Crafts Gallery, 11/14/93, 1F
    • Creates ornaments for Mississippi Christmas tree in Washington, 12/23/90, 1F
    • Hattiesburg artist working with paper, 2/19/89, 1F
  • Parker, Billie Dove SEE Sunflower, Mississippi
  • Parker, Billy
    • Friends plan service for deceased cafe owner, 3/19/94, 4B
  • Parker, Calvin SEE UFOs, Pascagoula
  • Parker, Ellis Drane
    • Alcoholic Amory family practioner loses medical license, 3/20/92, 3B
  • Parker, Frank
    • Insider relates legal battle for black power at polls, 5/20/90, 3H
  • Parker, Mack Charles
    • Evers case resurrects interest in Parker's 1959 lynching, 1/9/91, 1B
    • Poplarville has changed since his lynching, 4/24/89, 1A
  • Parker, Mike
    • Backs tax breaks, Head Start expansion, 10/26/88, 3B
    • Campaign funding in debt, 8/6/89, 1H; 10/18/90, 3B
    • Campaign seeks legal halt to ad in "Jackson Advocate," 11/4/88, 3B
    • Candidate says economic planning needed, 2/12/88, 1B
    • Charges "character assassination," 10/25/88, 1B
    • Collins denied derogatory brochure, 10/21/88, 1B
    • Denies ad saying Collins lied about POW time, 11/1/88, 3B
    • Fails to get membership on Appropriations Committee, 12/9/92, 1B
    • Gets 46 small campaign contributions from Washington law firm, 4/27/90, 1B
    • Hopes fund-raisers will ease $298,012 debt for 4th District race, 1/3/89; 3B
    • Invited to Texas 'Boll Weevils' meeting, 9/9/89, 3B
    • Kirksey claims his staff member worked for Sovereignty Commission, 10/12/89, 2B
    • Opponent, black leaders rap him for 'nay' vote on rights bill, 8/9/90, 3B; 8/10/90, 2B
    • Opposes temporary storage of nuclear waste, 1/18/89; 4B
    • PAC reelection contributions up 60%, 10/18/92, 5B
    • Parker wins election, 11/9/88, 1B
    • Plan includes education, deficit, 10/13/88, 1B
    • Profile of early life, 9/10/89, 1H
    • Pushes to cut waste, bolster investment, 10/12/88, 3B
    • Puts campaign manager on Washington staff, 11/19/88, 3B
    • Relationship with Trent Lott
      • Is Parker joining GOP?, 10/31/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Runoff victory, 4/3/88, 3H
    • Says Congress needs to distinguish between wants and needs, 4/3/90, 1B
    • Voting record angers many state Democrats, 6/20/93, 3G (Minor column)7
    • Warns fellow Democrats party is too far left, 12/27/94, 1B
    • Won't endorse candidate in race to replace Ditto, 7/30/89, 4B
  • Parker, Mike SEE ALSO House banking scandal
  • Parker, Stephen SEE University of Southern Mississippi
  • Parker, Tommy
    • Ex-officer of failed Batesville thrift sentenced to jail, 2/29/92, 6B
  • Parker, William
    • Madison County farmhand crushed by tractor, 6/29/93, 2B
  • Parkin's Pharmacy
    • Owner: Jim Parkin
      • How's business, 5/27/92, 5B
  • Parking SEE ALSO Handicapped parking
  • Parking SEE ALSO Park and Ride facility
  • Parking meters
    • Jackson installing high-tech meters, 7/1/94, 1B; 9/6/93, 1B
    • Jackson meters to be painted in earth tones, 9/11/90, 5B
    • Meters put up around Chancery Court Building, 4/27/90, 5B
  • Parking tickets
    • Deputy court clerk charged with forging judge's initials, 3/16/90, 1B; 3/17/90, 1B
    • Low court collections prompt fee notices, 1/22/91, 5B
    • Police cracking down on downtown lawbreakers, 6/16/90, 5B; 6/28/90, 5B
  • Parking tickets SEE ALSO Traffic tickets
  • Parking, Brandon
    • New ordinance not strong enough, some say, 8/26/93, 4B
  • Parking, Jackson
    • 3 more garages needed downtown, 9/22/85, 5B
    • Art Supply Headquarters' move will give spaces to County offices, 7/21/89, 5B
    • Capitol Street parking garage, 4/26/87, 3G
    • City workers hog downtown parking places, 2/26/90, 1A
    • County shares responsibility for failed downtown garage, 8/24/90, 5B
    • New lots ease crunch near downtown Hinds County offices, 12/30/89, 5B
    • Rain delays completion of two downtown garages, 3/10/90, 5B
  • Parking, Ridgeland
    • City officials debate ordinance, 3/15/94, 5B
  • Parkman, James
    • Rankin County escapee sought in Brandon, 11/17/94, 5B; 11/18/94, 4B
  • Parkman, Ray SEE Convenience stores, Jackson
  • Parks SEE ALSO Roadside parks
  • Parks SEE ALSO State parks
  • Parks, Brandon
    • City buying more acreage to expand Shiloh Park, 3/19/94, 4B
  • Parks, Edwards
    • Crime-infested park offered to Hinds County, 6/27/91, 4B
  • Parks, Elizabeth
    • Wins Mississippi Citizen Bee; on to nationals, 4/25/93, 1B
  • Parks, Hinds County
    • County reviews improvements to 6 parks, 12/14/89, 5B
    • Old Hinds County barn to be park, 10/5/93, 5B
    • Supervisors no longer oversee parks in their districts, 3/3/90, 3B
  • Parks, Jackson
    • City, county may help Fondren neignborhood buy land, 7/25/90, 5B
    • Homeowners willing to pay for park in Cherokee-Fondren area, 5/26/90, 5B
    • Legislature kills bill allowing cities to build parks, tax neighborhoods, 3/12/92, 4B
    • Maintenance by youth service corps, 4/17/93, 4B
    • Seeking trees, 10/10/88, 3B
  • Parks, Jerry
    • Candidate, views, 2/4/88, 1B
  • Parks, Laura Bailey
    • Preserves antebellum architecture in her quilts, 10/4/92, 1F
  • Parks, Pontotoc
    • Multipurpose park and recreation center discussed, 4/19/94, 3B
  • Parks, Rankin County
    • Shady Lane area park approved by supervisors, 8/4/92, 5B
  • Parks, Rosa
    • Speaks at JSU on desegregation fight, 3/31/89, 1A
  • ParkView Regional Medical Center
    • Receives approval of cancer diagnostic machine, 9/6/91, 3B
  • Parkway (JSU) SEE Jackson State University---Parkway
  • Parkway Baptist Church
    • Buildings sold to Amazing Church of God In Christ, 4/21/94, 1B; 7/9/94, 1D
    • Closes day-care program, 2/5/94, 5B; 5/28/94, 1B
    • Easter drama, 3/25/89, 1C
    • Holds its last service on West Capitol Street, 7/11/94, 1A
    • New pastor is Kenneth Anderson, 7/14/90, 1D
    • Popular Easter drama, 4/11/92, 1D
    • West Capitol church moving to Clinton, 10/7/93, 1A
  • Parkway Company, 1/7/87, 8B
    • Acquires First Continental REIT of Houston, Texas, 1/5/94, 5B; 10/20/93, 8B
    • Hopes reorganization will now attract investors, 9/25/94, 1C
    • Shows quarter loss, 10/3/87, 8B
  • Parkway Place SEE United Artists Parkway Place
  • Parlor, The
    • Natchez
      • Restaurant review, 7/15/93, 4E
  • Parole
    • 400 inmates eligible, 6/12/87, 1A
    • Allain advances parole dates, 10/26/85, 1A
    • Allain paroles 64, 6/11/85, 1A; 12/22/84, 1B
    • Board criticized for release of 2 killers, 12/24/87, 1A
    • Board members seek full-time Parole board, 11/17/88, 1A
    • Board to answer charges, 11/1/85, 3B
    • Changes in Board methods recommended, 11/2/85, 1A
    • Elimination of parole key to curbing crime, lawmakers say, 8/13/94, 3B
    • Grantham testifies in court, 11/9/88, 5B
    • Jury awards $3 M to Grantham, 11/10/88, 1B
  • PAROLE
    • MISSISSIPPI'S PAROLE SYSTEM: A REVOLVING DOOR?, special series 5/19-21/91, 1A+
  • Parole
    • Overcrowding calls for early releases, 10/15/85, 1A
    • Parole dates advanced, 6/18/85, 1B
    • Parole reform? Legislators gather input, 6/28/93, 1A
    • Profile of parole board, 6/16/85, 1H
    • Reform efforts
      • Legislature, 1986, 1/2/86, 1B
    • Suit restored against Board for releasing Jimpson, 3/3/88, 1B
    • Supreme Court: lawyers must tell jury if killer could be paroled, 12/14/90, 2B
  • Parole Board
    • Chairman urges full-time, professional Board, 1/18/89; 3B
    • Efforts for full-time Board die in Legislature, 4/1/89, 1A
    • Even with full-time Board inmates will slip through cracks, 4/16/89, 1H
    • Fordice names Stu Murphy head, 1/17/92, 1B
    • House blocks open parole meetings
      • 3/1/, 3/1/88, 3B
    • House OKs bill for full-time Parole Board, 1A; 2/2/89
    • House panel OKs parole board bill, 1/19/89; 3B
    • It's your right: crime victims can attend parole hearings, 2/23/92, 2G
    • Legislators fail to authorize renewal; panel will die July 1994, 4/9/94, 1A
    • Legislators ok full-time Board, 4/20/89, 1A
    • Legislature urged to keep membership at 5 members, 8/15/94, 1B
    • Mabus appoints 3 blacks, 2 whites to full-time Board, 5/5/89, 1B
    • Members listed (with pictures), 5/19/91, 10A
    • Mississippi Supreme Court ruling on Grantham suit, 10/20/89, 1B; 10/25/89, 1A
    • Senate approves full-time members, 3/10/89, 3B
    • Senate to study full-time Board, 4/8/89, 1B
    • Variety essential to panel's success, member says, 5/19/91, 10A
  • Parole officers
    • Increased case loads, 7/27/86, 1A
    • Overload cuts effectiviness, officers say, 5/20/91, 1A
  • Parolees
    • Need early help in finding employment, 7/11/93, 1B
  • Parrish, John
    • New head of School for the Blind, 10/7/89, 1A
  • Partlan, William
    • Director of PBS drama 'All God's Dangers' formerly with New stage, 5/9/90, 1D
  • Partners for Improved Nutrition and Health
    • Delta group semifinalist for Harvard grant, 4/19/92, 1B
  • Partners in Early Childhood Education
    • Field day in Canton, 5/7/93, 4B
  • Partners of the Americas
    • Guyana promotes economic ventures, 10/6/88, 8B
  • Partnerships
    • Business panel studies, 10/6/86, 4B
  • Pascagoula Junior High School
    • Scientists in the School Program, 3/2/93, 4B
  • Pascagoula Public Schools
    • Vote will decide on 2 high schools, 1/20/93, 3B
  • Pascagoula River
    • Houseboat owners given deadline for moving, 6/11/91, 3B; 6/22/91, 3B
    • Low water level: state may ban water withdrawal by industry, 10/1/92, 5B
  • Pascagoula, Mississippi
    • 200 march to protest slaying of girl, 3/19/89, 3B
    • Ingalls gets contract to build 2 guided missle destroyers, 12/14/88, 3B
    • Traffic may cost city development, official says, 1B; 1/5/89
  • Pascagoula, Mississippi SEE ALSO Port of Pascagoula
  • Paschal, Cornell
    • Musician, 4/24/87, 1C
  • Paschal, Kay SEE Mississippi Opera
  • PASS (personal sirens) SEE Firefighters---Jackson
  • Pass Christian, Mississippi
    • Body found by hunters identified as Louisiana girl, 12/7/88, 3B
    • Body found on coast may be Louisiana girl, 12/6/88, 1A
    • Mulls effects of gambling on its small-town charm, 7/19/90, 2B
    • Officials conduct homicide probe after child's body found, 12/5/88, 1A
    • Scenic Drive still impressive route, 7/17/88, 2B
    • To celebrate sesquicentennial, 7/1/88, 3B
    • Town has beach chic, 6/14/90, 3E
  • Passion Play
    • Eureka Springs
      • Crowd leaving play rammed by motorist, 8/5/91, 2B; 8/6/91, 2B
  • Passover
    • Celebrates Jewish freedoms both ancient and modern, 4/7/90, 1D
  • Pastoral counseling
    • Ministers take their counseling duties seriously, 7/24/93, 1D
  • Pastries SEE Robbery, Jackson---Jelly donut...
  • Pat Harrison Waterway District
    • Lauderdale and Smith counties lawsuit on pullout, 7/2/94, 3B
  • Pathologist (state) SEE Medical Examiner
  • Paths
    • Pathways--great 'path' times, 7/13/93, 1D
  • Patient advocates
    • Hospitals, 5/18/87, 1D
  • Patient Self-Determination Act
    • Federal law on living wills goes into effect, 12/30/91, 1D
  • Patio Club
    • Buyer claims fraud in sale, 6/11/88, 8B
  • Patio homes SEE Housing
  • Patrick, Bryan Dewayne SEE Conveninece stores
  • Patrick, Carolyn Little SEE Drunken driving, Jackson
  • Patrick, John SEE Schools, Rankin County
  • Patrick, Pete
    • (Trial) Federal trial begins, 7/9/92, 4B; 7/10/92, 4B; 7/11/92, 1A
    • (Trial) Found guilty of extortion, 7/12/92, 1A
    • (Trial) Witness Mike Younger surprised at support, 7/14/92, 5B
    • At trial, juror Velma Lusk linked to 1988 tampering case, 2/5/92, 1B
    • Begins prison term, 12/2/92, 4B
  • PATRICK, PETE
    • GIVEN 28-MONTH PRISON TERM WITH NO PAROLE, 9/11/92, 1B
  • Patrick, Pete
    • Grand jury delving into vote-buying charges, 7/14/92, 5B; 11/15/91, 1A
    • Grand jury indicts Rankin County supervisor, 11/16/91, 1A
    • His influence-peddling charge hurts Rankin County's image, 11/4/91, 1A
  • PATRICK, PETE
    • INDICTED ON FEDERAL BRIBERY CHARGE, 4/9/92, 1A
  • Patrick, Pete
    • Influence-peddling trial postponed one day, 2/2/92, 3B
    • Mistrial declared because of Velma Lusk story, 2/6/92, 1A
    • Pleads not guilty to bribery charges, 4/11/92, 1B
    • Prosecutor wants county's charges dropped; federal charges begun, 5/6/92, 1A
    • Rankin County charges dropped; federal charges instated, 5/7/92, 1A
    • Rankin County supervisors subpoenaed for his trial, 2/4/92, 1B
    • Rankin supervisor accused of selling vote to county attorney, 10/29/91, 1A
    • Supervisor in court on vote-peddling charge, 10/30/91, 1A
    • To resign as Rankin County supervisor, 7/14/92, 1A; 7/15/92, 1B, 4B
  • Patrick, Pete SEE ALSO Sheppard, Charles
  • Patrick, Steve
    • Canton farmer is big fan of Anne Rice, 3/15/92, 1E
  • Patrol car SEE Police cars
  • Patrolman
    • Charged with auto theft, 7/2/87, 1B
    • State trooper accused of soliciting sex, 12/1/88, 1A
  • Patterson, Candie
    • Sumrall teen's arm saved by storage in abdomen, 9/3/90, 1B
  • Patterson, Carlos
    • 19-year old man fatally shot sitting in his truck, 5/25/94, 4B; 5/26/94, 2B
  • Patterson, Felicia
    • Winner, McDonald's black history contest, 2/13/88, 1B
  • Patterson, Gary
    • Birmingham artist's work at Bryant Galleries, 1/10/93, 1F
  • Patterson, Haskel
    • To run for Agriculture Commissioner, 5/2/87, 1B
  • Patterson, James
    • Jackson photographer exhibits New York photos found in estate sale, 11/17/91, 1F
    • To take wide-angle photos of downtown Jackson, 6/4/89, 1F
  • Patterson, Joy
    • Writes book, sharing 'Deathbed Miracles', 3/9/91, 1D
  • Patterson, Martha
    • Neshoba County Circuit Clerk is audited, 10/4/93, 3B
  • Patterson, Melissa
    • New Mexico woman nursing her mother shot dead in front door, 12/7/93, 1A
  • Patterson, Neville
    • Death, 7/16/87, 1A
    • Helped usher in judicial reforms, 7/6/86, 1H
    • To retire early, 6/17/86, 1A
  • Patterson, Paige SEE Southern Baptists
  • Patterson, Randy
    • Mississippi Democratic Party, 7/1/85, 1B
  • Patterson, Robert R
    • Unifirst officer sued over $3.5 million loan, 8/13/92, 5B
  • Patterson, Steve
    • Announces for state auditor post; defends personal finances, 6/26/91, 2B
    • Asks Audit Dept. employees to $100-a-ticket fund-raiser, 7/23/91, 1B; 7/24/91, 2B
    • Auditor candidate wants end to careless spending, 8/7/91, 1B
    • Authors book 'Stop the Waste', 1/15/93, 3B
    • Budget reform is his mission, 11/24/92, 1B
    • Candidate touts experience, 2/3/88, 1B
    • Former Democratic Party chairman announces for state auditor, 3/20/91, 3B
    • May run for governor, 11/21/86, 1B
    • Pays up on delinquent taxes, 8/20/91, 3B
    • PEER says office improvements were improper, 2/11/93, 1A
    • Says state needs master plan for casino development, 9/15/93, 1B
    • To seek Wayne Dowdy seat, 11/15/87, 1B
  • Patti, Sandi
    • Concert in Jackson, 11/12/88, 1C
    • In concert at Colesium, 11/21/91, 9E
  • Patton, Charles
    • Begins work at Gaming Commision as acting executive directore, 5/11/93, 1B
    • Creighton's resignation affects Patton's Gaming Commission job, 5/6/93, 1B
  • Paul Johnson State Park
    • Weekend getaway, 3/28/91, 3E
  • Pauley, Phyllis Virginia SEE Rebecca Group
  • Paupers SEE Homeless
  • Paupers' cemeteries SEE Cemeteries
  • Pawnbrokers of America Inc
    • Gunmen loot shop in daytime
      • 2nd on Highway 80 in 2 days, 8/20/94, 1B
  • Pawnbrokers, Mississippi
    • Fortunes improve, along with their reputations, 8/21/94, 1C
  • Pawnshops, Canton
    • Police arrest juveniles after three-hour standoff, 8/13/91, 2B
  • Pawnshops, Greenwood
    • Perry faces sentencing on federal firearms charges, 5/8/92, 3B; 5/15/92, 3B
  • Pawnshops, Gulf Coast
    • Casinos boosting business, 1/24/93, 1B
  • Pawnshops, Jackson
    • 2 Highway 80 shops robbed in gunpoint daytime raids, 8/20/94, 1B
    • Asked to cooperate in fighting crime, 7/28/91, 1A
    • Delay of forms may stall fingerprinting plan, 2/25/86, 1B
    • Fingerprinting law, 3/24/86, 1B
    • New ordinance: purchased items must be kept for 15 days, 7/29/92, 4B
    • Ordinance in limbo, 6/15/87, 1B
    • Owner wounded: rash of crash-and-dash robberies, 6/9/93, 1A; 6/10/93, 1B
    • Owners distribute bumper stickers calling for more police, 11/16/91, 2B
    • Police enforce ordinance requiring notification, 1/14/90, 1A
    • Police lobby for bill regulating shops, 7/22/92, 4B
  • PAWNSHOPS, JACKSON
    • PUBLIC SERVICE OR DISERVICE? (special series), 8/26-
  • Pawnshops, Jackson
    • Task force urges tighter regulations to fight crime, 10/27/91, 1A
  • Pawnshops, Madison County
    • Supervisors ask sheriff's advice on listing of gun sales, 9/4/91, 3B
  • Pawnshops, Mississippi
    • 74 miss licensing deadline, 1/25/94, 6B
    • Handgun background checks could hurt pawnbrokers, 3/15/94, 3B
    • Image of pawnbrokers leaves them in hock, 3/20/88, 1C
    • Senate bill calls for reforms, 3/25/92, 2B
  • Pax Christi
    • Group will stage stations of the cross in downtown Jackson, 4/7/90, 1D
  • Paxson, Sonny
    • Facing dismissal from Jackson police force, 4/13/91, 2B
    • Given job back with Jackson police force, 6/14/91, 4B
  • Paxton, Grace
    • Isola City Clerk must repay stolen fine money, 2/26/92, 2B
  • Payday SEE Banks---Jackson
  • Payne brothers
    • Jackson brothers donate $4Million to USM for fitness center, 2/13/90, 1B
  • Payne, Bruce
    • On radio in Jackson for 40 years; 'Dean of Gospel Music', 8/14/93, 1D
  • Payne, David
    • MUW library director retires, 6/28/92, 2B
  • Payne, George and Dorothy
    • Gulfport
      • Why I Live Where I Live, 12/10/90, 1D
  • Paynter, Roger
    • New pastor at Northminster Baptist Church, 10/14/89, 1D
  • Payroll tax
    • Bill in Legislature would give cities OK to tax incomes, 3/5/92, 1B
    • Danks calls it 'bad idea', 12/10/88, 1A
    • Ditto still pushing tri-county tax, 12/19/91, 1A, 4B
    • Ditto: Jackson needs 3-county payroll tax to survive, 12/11/91, 1A; 12/15/91, 1A
    • Hinds County supervisors leery of Ditto's plan, 12/28/91, 1B
    • Issue tops on City Council agenda, 2/9/92, 1B
    • Jackson City Council sends proposal to Legislature, 2/12/92, 1B
    • Legislators to Ditto: No way, 12/20/91, 4B
    • Madison County says no, 12/25/91, 1A
    • Pearl aldermen vote opposition to Ditto's plan, 1/8/92, 4B
    • Plan is scrapped by City Council, 12/13/89, 1B
    • Rankin County supervisors nix Ditto's plan, 12/24/91, 1A
  • Payton, Alyne
    • Mississippi cook; master biscuit maker, 3/4/92, 1E
  • Payton, Arthur
    • Greenville homeless man killed; trial of young suspects, 8/12/92, 1B
    • Greenville youths convicted of conspiring to murder him, 8/13/92, 1B
  • Payton, Connie
    • Grand marshall of JSU homecoming parade, 1990, 11/4/90, 1B
  • Payton, Thomas SEE Murder, Greenville
  • Payton, Walter
    • Accidentally shoots nightclub manager, 4/14/88, 1A
    • Breaks ground for boys club, 10/8/88, 1B
    • Ceremony honors : #34 retired, 12/23/87, 3D
    • Columbia, MS, 1/19/86, 1A
    • Elected to football Hall of Fame, 1/31/93, 1A; 8/1/93, 1a
    • Honored at last game for Chicago Bears, 12/21/87, 1D
    • Last game, 1/11/88, 1D,4D
    • Memories of career, 1/12/88, 1D
    • Mother glad it's over, 1/12/88, 1C
    • Parade in his honor, 5/13/86, 1A
    • Payton finale (Records), 1/11/88, 1A
    • The NFL opens, but no "Sweetness," 9/7/88, 1D
    • To remain with Chicago Bears: Retirement, 12/19/87, 1D
  • PCB's
    • Dump sites, 3/4/87, 2B
    • Found at site of Brookhaven plant, Attala Co, 11/7/87, 1B
    • Gas pipeline firm to pay cleanup of 5 sites, 6/7/88, 2B
    • Jackson drinking water, 3/10/87, 1B
    • Jackson water to be tested, 3/5/87, 3B
    • Kosciusko area, 11/13/87, 1B
  • Peabody Hotel
    • Memphis's grand hotel famous for its ducks, 9/22/91, 1A
  • Peace Child Foundation
    • Aims for better relations, 8/21/88, 5B
    • Russian kids bring peace message, 8/23/88, 1B
    • Soviet/American kids musical summit, 8/20/88, 1C
    • Soviet/US kids stage peace summit, 8/24/88, 1B
  • Peace Corps
    • Pearl Upper Elementary is World Wise School, 10/30/90, 2B
  • Peace forums
    • Jackson officials ask for help from public in crime fight, 11/4/93, 1B; 11/5/93, 1A
  • PEACE Inc
    • March to protest crime, unemployment, homelessness in Jackson, 9/20/94, 5B; 9/21/94, 1B
    • Organization wants funding to combat crime causes in Jackson, 9/2/94, 5B
  • PEACE Inc SEE ALSO Crime rate, Jackson---1994: PEACE...
  • Peacemakers
    • Gospel singing group of Jackson police officers, 10/17/92, 1D
  • Peacemakers, The
    • Gospel group composed of Jackson police and a firefighter, 10/19/91, 4B
  • Peach Bowl, 1993
    • Georgia-Pacific treated 3 Legislators to trip, 6/12/93, 1A
    • MSU manages to find way to lose, 1/3/93, 1A
  • Peaches
    • Mississippi
      • Cold ruins crop, 4/27/86, 1B
      • Cold weather may have wiped out up to 80% of crop, 3/12/92, 5B
      • Farmers hope spring is here, 3/17/89, 8B
      • Frost wipes out north Mississippi crop, 4/16/89, 6B
      • Late freeze killed many peaches, 6/26/89, 1B
    • Terry, Mississippi, 6/17/87, 1B
  • Peacock, Lovetta SEE Automobile theft, Jackson
  • Peacocks
    • Flock to rooftops in Hattiesburg, 6/24/89, 5B
  • Peanut vendor
    • US Highway 49, 6/26/85, 1B
  • Peanuts
    • Gaining ground as Mississippi crop, 8/18/91, 5C
  • Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church SEE Fox, Carl
  • Pear Orchard Village
    • Foreclosure, 5/19/87, 8B
    • Judge to rule on developers,banks, 10/8/87, 8B
  • Pearce, Coleman
    • Accepts as conductor, Jackson Symphony, 5/27/87, 1C
    • Thrilled over Symphony job, 6/2/87, 1D; 6/14/87, 1D
  • Pearl Educational Alternative Center
    • Cleanup at McLaurin Mart, 9/23/93, 4B
  • Pearl Fire Department
    • Underwater rescue training session, 7/15/93, 4B
  • Pearl Golf Course
    • Gets 20 new golf carts, 10/23/93, 4B
  • Pearl Harbor
    • Local events mark day 'that changed the world', 12/8/91, 1A
    • Remembering Pearl Harbor, 12/7/91 (special section E)
  • Pearl Harbor SEE ALSO Veterans---Pearl harbor
  • Pearl High School
    • Department of Education auditing student records, 9/24/93, 1A
    • New school has open house, 8/21/89, 1B
    • Officials to inspect new school, 6/15/89, 3B
    • Old building to become new City Hall, 12/23/91, 1A
    • Parents and students have class 'swap day', 11/1/91, 1B
    • Students suspended for dancing 'The Dog" at pep rally, 9/2/93, 1B; 9/16/93, 4B
    • To take bids on bathroom stall doors, 9/1/89, 1B
    • Volunteers asked to help move equipment, 6/21/89, 1A
  • Pearl Junior High School
    • Conversion to middle school concept, 5/11/94, 4B; 5/26/94, 4B
  • Pearl Masonic Lodge
    • Opens its Jackson City Hall lodge to visitors, 5/7/91, 5B
  • Pearl Municipal Golf Course
    • Company hired to do expansion study, 8/4/94, 5B
  • Pearl Police Department
    • Police defended after sloppy work claimed by Al Binder, 1B; 1/10/89
    • Slade is named police chief by aldermen, 8/8/90, 1B
  • Pearl Public Schools
    • Board members want local tax increase rather than teacher layoffs, 4/7/92, 1B
    • Board raises pay for teachers, administrators, 5/18/93, 5B
    • Budget 1994: sales tax allows tax cut, 7/16/93, 4B
    • Community discounts fliers warning of gang violence in schools, 9/22/93, 1B
    • District head defends Pearl board, 12/23/88, 1B
    • New administration building, 1/3/94, 2B; 10/5/93, 5B
    • New administration building: no tax hike seen, 1/29/94, 4B; 2/3/94, 4B
    • No more free lunches for employees, 9/2/89, 1B
    • No school district tax hike seen, 6/7/94, 5B
    • Parents may have to attend classes with problem students, 6/7/94, 1A
    • Parents protest reorganization of Northside and Lower Pearl, 7/11/92, 1B
    • Pupil transfers approved by State Board, 6/20/92, 4B
    • Seek halt to busing blacks from Taylorsville, 1/11/94, 5B
    • Will file suit to end Taylorsville student enrollment, 10/11/94, 5B
  • Pearl Public Schools SEE ALSO Pearl High School
  • Pearl Public Schools SEE ALSO Pearl Junior High School
  • Pearl River
    • Bridge near Carthage is closed, 3/27/89, 1B
    • Bush administration asks for $660,000 levee plan study, 2/8/91, 2B
    • Canoe trip costs Thompson sweat & 25 pounds, 6/28/88, 1D
    • Corps of Engineers dredging has cleared channel, 8/6/89, 1B
    • Corps to consider Danks' parkway/levee plan, 2B; 2/2/89
    • Dam builders at Picayune file for permit, 9/1/90, 1B
    • DEQ hearing on lower Pearl River ecosystem, 9/22/94, 1B
    • Falling in Jackson area; warnings in effect elsewhere, 2/1/94, 3B
    • Few problems expected from flooded Pearl, 1/8/90, 1A
    • Flood stages, 2/28/87, 1A
    • Mansfield Downes' fight to save, 12/23/85, 1B
    • Recedes, 3/2/87, 1B
    • Seen as possible recreation, tourist attraction in Jackson area, 10/29/91, 5B
    • Senate OKs new bridge, but who pays for it?, 2/6/90, 1A
    • Stages '78-'87, 2/27/87, 1A
    • State may lose water source of lower Pearl in 1990s, 10/26/89, 1B; 11/3/89, 1A
    • State petitions court again on Louisiana/Mississippi dispute, 3/19/91, 2B
    • State sues Louisiana over flow-pattern of river, 11/22/90, 1A
    • Study on levee construction in Hinds, Rankin counties, 4/12/91, 4B
  • Pearl River SEE ALSO East Pearl River
  • Pearl River SEE ALSO West Pearl River
  • Pearl River (band)
    • At Rodeo's in Jackson, 3/25/93, 9E
  • Pearl River Basin, 1/7/87, 1B
  • Pearl River Basin Development District
    • Officials: Agency complying, 6/16/88, 3B
  • Pearl River Basin Narcotics Task Force
    • Lamar County office firebombed, 7/8/93, 2B
  • Pearl River bridge (Jackson) SEE Bridges, Jackson
  • Pearl River Community College
    • Allied Health Center opening is delayed, 5/11/92, 1B
    • Funding crunch halts Hattiesburg health training center, 9/20/91, 2B
  • Pearl River County Sheriff's Department
    • Deputy Len Rowell killed by Florida fugitive, 6/29/94, 1A
    • Lumpkin says racism behind lawsuit, 4/4/91, 2B
  • Pearl River Valley Water Management District
    • Plan to repay bonds, 4/30/87, 4B
  • Pearl River Wetland Advanced Identification Study, 7/17/92, 5B
  • Pearl Street A.M.E. Church
    • Celebrates 125th anniversary, 5/26/90, 1D
    • Dedicates prayer room, 7/14/90, 1D
  • Pearl Volunteer Fire Department
    • New station on Airport Road, 11/21/92, 4B
    • Supervisors cut off funding, 12/7/93, 1B; 12/9/93, 4B
    • Supervisors to audit department, 10/13/93, 4B
  • Pearl Water Department
    • Employees laid off in cutback, 6/9/90, 1B
  • Pearl, Mississippi
    • 2 School Board members resign, 7/3/86, 1B
    • Alderman ban further mobile home dealers from city, 3/20/91, 1A
    • Alderman pass controversial beer-selling ordinance, 6/25/88, 1B
    • Band ranked 5th in US, 11/14/86, 1B
    • Beer referendum confused some voters, 7/30/88, 4B
    • Beer supporters drop efforts to get beverage, 8/10/88, 2B
    • Big turnout expected in Pearl vote on beer, 7/26/88, 4B
    • Bond sale for new city hall blocked, 7/24/86, 1B
    • City Hall
      • Some resident oppose, 9/2/86, 1B
    • City offices' move to old Pearl high school, 11/22/90, 1B
    • Extends ban on mobile home lots, 3/8/89, 2B
    • Federal grant for sewer construction, 7/28/94, 3B
    • Gets old high school for city hall at cost of $1.00, 8/22/90, 1B
    • Looks at Niknar Country Club for city golf course, 5/30/89, 1A
    • More than 800 rally against beer in Pearl, 7/25/88, 1A
    • New mayor, board meet to get head start on business, 6/24/89, 3B
    • Old high school building becomes new City Hall, 12/23/91, 1A
    • Pearl Day: 19th birthday party, 6/25/92, 4B
    • Public invited to School Board meetings, 7/19/89, 1B
    • Referendum urged on new city hall, 8/30/86, 1B
    • Richland fights annexation by Pearl, 1/11/89; 2B
    • To mark 16th anniversary with party, 6/24/89, 4B; 6/25/89, 1B
  • Pearlie Grove Baptist Church
    • Summer enrichment program for west Jackson children, 7/25/92, 1D
  • Pearson, Aubrey SEE Clay, Tashara
  • Pearson, Neville SEE Lottery, Texas
  • Pearson, Wyatt
    • Montgomery County inmate dies of hemorrhage, 6/20/92, 3B
  • Peaston, David
    • Singer tours with Gladys Knight, 11/16/89, 3E
  • Peattitudes coloring book
    • Gene Stenger and Lee Richardson promote positive attitudes, 11/25/94, 1E
  • Peavey Electronics, 9/26/86, 8B
    • Company largest manufacture of amplifiers, 10/15/89, 1G
    • Corporate Fund on Children
      • Fund-raiser, 10/7/93, 5B
    • Its Job Skills Education Program (JEEP), 12/14/93, 4B
    • Meridian, 6/21/85, 8B
    • New product: Speakers for schools, hospitals, 5/28/88, 4B
    • Plans big birthday bash, 3/13/90, 6B
    • Plans expansion, 8/27/87, 8B
    • Plans facility in Greene County, 7/21/94, 5B
    • President Bush to visit, 11/27/91, 1A; 12/3/91, 1A
  • Pecan House, The
    • McHenry
      • Weekend getaway, 10/10/91, 3E
  • Pecans
    • 1991 crop best in several years, 11/20/91, 1E; 12/8/91, 3C
    • Pecan orchards damaged by freeze, 4/30/89, 4B
    • Prices strenghtened by drought, 12/25/86, 3B
    • Production, 6/19/87, 8B
    • State growers ask help for ailing crop, 6/3/90, 2B
    • Supplies plentiful, prices stable, 11/1/88, 8B
  • Peco Foods Inc
    • Chicken processing plant burns; 600 out or work, 3/13/92, 3B; 3/14/92, 1B
    • Plant reopens after fire, 6/2/92, 6B
  • Peden, Derryl
    • Attorney pays SEC $35,000 for 'cease and desist order', 12/7/94, 6B
  • Peden, Neal
    • Heads US Agency for International Development, 7/26/87, 3B
    • Works for 3rd World aid agency, 2/22/88, 1B
  • Pediatricians
    • Choosing right one, 9/29/86, 1C
  • Pee Wee's Diner
    • Named for owners' fatally injured child, 12/24/90, 1B
    • Restaurant review, 5/30/91, 4E
  • Peede, Bobby and Thomas
    • Brothers nab car burglary suspect at Courthouse Racquet Club, 10/6/92, 1B
  • Peel, Kathy
    • Author of Mother's Manual for Summer Survival, 2/25/90, 1E
  • Peeples Middle School
    • Father-daughter tiff in street brings alert citizens' response, 9/17/93, 6B
  • PEER
    • Audit overdue for auditor, 6/24/88, 3B
    • Blasts community college for overcharging state inmates, 11/15/88, 2B
    • Critical of operations at state port (Gulfport), 8/22/86, 1A
    • Criticize Personnel Board & Department of Economic Development, 12/11/87, 1B
    • Director runs private business listing state jobs, 5/6/89, 1B
    • Faults Department of Finance for agency deficits, 2/23/91, 4B
    • Half of state loans didn't go to neediest, 1/7/88, 1A
    • Halts investigation into complaints about Jackson schools, 6/14/90, 1B
    • Medical examiner's office overloaded, 9/30/88, 1B
    • Natural gas district paid illegal bonuses, 9/3/88, 1B
    • Oil & Gas Board under fire, 4/4/86, 1A
    • Personnel Director questions PEER report, 12/15/87, 1B
  • Peer
    • Rankin County
      • Pearl included in 'wet' ruling, 12/18/91, 1A
  • PEER
    • Recommends better export promotion, 7/12/90, 6B
    • Report critical of state office-leasing procedures, 10/26/89, 3B
    • Savings from reorganization aren't verified, 8/31/88, 1A
    • Says allocate assistants according to DA caseload, 3/1/89, 3B
    • Says home loan agency for vets inefficient, 1A; 1/27/89
    • Says Mabus reorganization has hurt Office of Youth Services, 3/2/91, 1A
    • Says stop suspended licenses helping patrol retirees, 6/24/88, 1A
    • Says using one travel agency saves state cash, 1/31/89; 3B
    • STATE EVALUATING PANEL HAS BACKERS AND BELITTLERS, 5/11/92, 1A
    • State pocketed $25,520 by using one travel agency, 1/7/88, 1A
    • State should regulate non-profit work for agencies, 7/23/88, 4B
    • State travel expenses fall in 1987, 4/14/88, 3B
    • Unit system not enough, 1/5/88, 1A
  • Peer tutoring SEE Tutors
  • Peery, James Robert
    • Eupora writer, 1/15/89; 3F
  • Peirce, Neal
    • Columnist speaks to regional economic forum, 6/1/89, 8B
  • Peking Chinese Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 10/1/92, 4E
  • Pelahatchie Attendance Center
    • Latarke Sims held on 2nd charge, $1 Million bond, 11/29/94, 5B
  • Pelahatchie Bay
    • Fishing pier, subdivision OK'd, 6/11/88, 2B
  • Pelahatchie Lake
    • Recreational area a money-maker for Rankin County, 7/1/93, 4B
    • To get pavilion and renovation, 3/16/93, 5B
  • Pelahatchie Mud Bog Race Track
    • Spectator killed, 10/4/93, 3B; 10/12/93, 1A
  • Pelahatchie Police Department
    • Chief Jones quits; 1 deputy may follow, 9/17/93, 6B
    • Officers owed $10,000 back pay, 11/6/93, 4B
    • Wilson named chief, 11/4/93, 4B
  • Pelahatchie, Mississippi
    • Dispute over removal of traffic light, 2/5/94, 5B; 7/31/92, 1A
    • Fights weeds in area lake, 6/24/89, 4B; 6/25/89, 4B
    • Old trees face ax over sewage lagoon, 7/12/88, 1B; 7/13/88, 1B; 7/14/88, 1B
    • Seeking band for Christmas parade, 11/18/94, 4B
    • Seeks volunteer bands for Christmas parade, 11/5/93, 1A
    • To expand sewer plant, 7/25/88, 3B
  • Pelloquin, Martin
    • Biloxi man held in robberies over 4 states, 7/5/94, 3B
  • Pen pals
    • Carol Brimble of England and Alexine Covington of Jackson
      • Meet after 30 years, 10/6/94, 1A
  • Penal Farm SEE Hinds County Penal Farm
  • Pendarvis, Duwane SEE Ballet Mississippi
  • Pendergrass, John
    • Collector of Eisenhower memorabilia, 10/14/90, 1E
  • Pendleton, Robert
    • Jackson detective will advise Russia's KGB on security, 9/18/92, 1A
  • Penguins
    • Upscale woman's clothing store
      • Melissa Joseph, owner, 10/4/94, 6B
  • Penn's Catfish House
    • Pearl
      • Restaurant review, 1/1/89, 1F
    • Restaurant review, 2/6/92, 4E
  • Penn's Fish House
    • Restaurant review, 5/6/93, 4E; 10/26/89, 4E
  • Pennebaker, Bobby
    • Artist
      • Paintings of Highway 49 South, 7/5/87, 1F
  • Pennebaker, Leigh
    • Star teenager designs T-shirt that wins national award, 4/2/93, 1B
  • Penney, Charles Rand
    • Artist, 1/25/87, 1F
  • Penney, J.C. Co
    • J.C. Penney going in for higher-fashion merchandising, 4/30/89, 1G
    • Jackson Mall store closes, 10/17/85, 8B
    • Minority marketing campaign, 9/9/93, 5B
    • Northpark store opens, 11/2/86, 8B
  • Pennies
    • Local banks feeling shortage, 7/26/94, 1A; 8/26/94, 3B
  • Pennington, Cassie
    • Appointed to Mississippi College Board, 6/16/89, 1A
  • Pennington, Garry
    • Carriere craftsman makes bentwood furniture, 11/28/91, 1D
  • Pennington, Roberta
    • Adult Education Teacher of the Year for south Mississippi, 11/19/93, 1B
  • Penny stocks
    • Mississippi investors steer clear of high-risk stocks, 9/8/89, 6B
  • Penny, Leah SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Pensions
    • Bill to tax state, federal pensions equally dies at deadline, 3/26/90, 1B
    • City Council seeks control of police/firefighter funds, 3/3/93, 4B
    • Examine your pension before retiring, 6/3/91, 4B
    • Federal pensioners asking Supreme Court for refunds, 1/11/94, 1B
    • Federal retirees could get $40M from state under tax ruling, 2/12/91, 1A
    • Federal retirees due refund, state high court rules, 2/25/94, 1B
    • Federal retirees will be reimbursed for income taxes, 8/26/94, 1A; 8/27/94, 1B
    • Federal retirees' refunds due soon, 7/13/94, 1B
    • House votes to exempt all pensions from state income tax, 2/20/93, 1A
    • Law exempts public and private pensions from state income tax, 3/19/93, 3B; 4/21/93, 2B
  • PENSIONS
    • RULING MAY COST STATE $2 BILLION; STATE TAXED FEDERAL PENSIONS, 6/19/93, 1A
  • Pensions
    • Ruling may take state off hook on tax refunds, 11/27/90, 1B
    • State may face $40Million in tax refunds to federal retirees, 10/2/90, 1B
    • Suit claims state taxes federal pensions but not state pensions, 4/21/89, 1B; 10/14/89, 7B
    • Trial on taxation of federal pensions could cost state, 8/22/90, 2B; 8/23/90, 1A
  • Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith
    • Annual conference held in Jackson, 8/10/91, 1D
  • Pentecostals
    • High energy religion spreads, 8/19/89, 1D
  • People Lease of Jackson
    • People power leasing plan, 1/17/88, 1G
    • Receives offer from Royalpan, 8/11/87, 8B
  • People Shelter Inc
    • Enoch Sanders and Betty Howard
      • Advocates before City Council, 8/16/93, 1B
  • People Understanding the Severly Handicapped (PUSH) SEE Disabled
  • People's Cafe
    • Friends plan service for owner Billy Parker, 3/19/94, 4B
    • Restaurant review, 1/22/89, 1F
  • People's Grassroots Convention
    • Black community divided on mayoral candidate, 5/9/92, 1A; 5/10/92, 1A
    • Picks Kirksey as candidate for mayor, 8/29/92, 1B; 8/30/91, 1A
    • Push for black mayor 'to unite city', 4/21/92, 5B
  • People's Grassroots Convention SEE ALSO Citywide Coalition..
  • People's Grassroots Convention SEE ALSO Kirksey, Henry
  • People's Law School
    • Classes, 4/24/88, 1E
    • Helping non-lawyers understand the law, 3/23/92, 1D
    • Lawyers share expertise at four seminars, 3/12/91, 3B
  • People's Republic of China SEE China
  • Peoples Bank
    • Biloxi
      • One of 10 largest in Mississippi, 12/25/87, 12B
  • Peoples Bank and Trust
    • Tupelo
      • Acquires New South Bank of Batesville, 9/15/94, 5B
      • CEO Ed Neely resigns, 7/21/93, 5B
      • Income for 4th quarter 1992 drops slightly, 1/23/93, 4B
      • Smith is interim CEO, 8/11/93, 5B
      • Stock dividend, 1/16/87, 8B
  • Peoples Bank of Senatobia
    • Bought by First Tennessee National (Memphis), 10/21/94, 6B
  • Peoples Cafe
    • Bringing diners back to abandoned downtown area, 8/14/91, 1E
    • Proximity to King Edward Hotel, 4/20/90, 1B
  • Peoples Cafe Breakfast Club
    • Broadcast on WJXN FM, 6/23/92, 1D
  • Peoples Drug Store
    • Lexington
      • Explosive ether to be removed, 6/19/93, 1B; 7/7/93, 1B
  • Peoples Federal Savings Bank
    • Bay St, Louis
      • Bought by Hancock Bank, 8/10/91, 5B
    • Bay St. Louis
      • Seized by federal regulators, 2/9/91, 6B
  • Peoples Holding Co SEE Proples Bank and Trust
  • Peoples Law College
    • Class, 5/29/87, 3B
  • Peoples, John A
    • JSU names science building for him on Founders' Day, 10/18/90, 5B
  • PeopleWorks
    • FBI seizes records; probe is over workers' comp, 1/28/93, 5B
    • Owner Alfred Duperier facing fraud charges, 8/25/94, 4B
  • Pep rallies, 9/8/89, 1E
  • Pepin, Jacques
    • Visits Jackson early in '89 at March of Dimes benefit, 11/10/88, 1F
  • Peplums
    • Women's fashions, 7/7/87, 1D
  • Pepper
    • Production of hot pepper, 8/11/85, 1A
  • Pepper's Hamburger Grill
    • Restaurant review, 4/18/91, 4E
  • Pepper's Hymn
    • Frank Woods play, 3/20/87, 1C
  • Pepper, Dawn
    • Clinton student to visit Soviet space center, 8/10/90, 4B
  • Pepper, Francis
    • Business profile, 7/3/89, 4E
  • Peppertown Pottery
    • Itawamba County
      • Titus and Euple Riley, owners, 8/13/90, 1D
  • Pepsi Cola
    • 2 Mississippians report finding syringes in cans, 6/17/93, 1A; 6/19/93, 1B
    • Hancock County man won't discuss case, 6/22/93, 3B
  • Pepsi Cola Bottling Co
    • Chart, 3/24/87, 8B
  • Pepsi Penny Power
    • On display at Museum of Art, 9/25/90, 4B
  • Pepsi Pops SEE Mississippi Symphony
  • Per capita income SEE Income, Mississippi
  • Percy, Walker
    • Conference 'Achievement of Walker Percy' at Old Capitol, 4/19/91, 1E
    • Dies at Covington, La. home at age 73, 5/11/90, 1A
    • Remembered for his wit and charm, 5/13/90, 2B
    • Signed editions of his books will be rare, 5/12/90, 1B
  • Percy, Whiskey George
    • Among last of dying breed of moonshiners, 4/9/91, 1B
  • Peresich, Ron SEE Dockside gambling---Harrison County
  • Peretti, Frank
    • His books on angels and demons are best sellers, 11/17/90, 1C
  • Perfect Tyming
    • Bluegrass Band, 1/16/87, 1C
  • Performance audits SEE State agencies
  • Performance Evaluation & Expenditure Review- SEE: PEER
  • Performing arts
    • Jackson lawyers update book 'Successful Artist Management', 11/5/90, 1D
    • Ticket prices for students are slashed, 11/2/89, 1D
  • Perfume
    • Bianca Bare of Madison markets own perfume, 10/1/89, 1G
  • Perjury
    • Biloxi
      • Judge moves, delays official's perjury trial, 1/5/89; 3B
    • Clay County
      • Law officers arrested for lying to grand jury, 10/30/90, 1A
    • Lee County
      • Hale convicted of perjury in 1988 slaying trial, 6/3/91, 3B
  • Perkins, Dusty
    • Former MEMA official now works for 'Baptist Record', 6/15/92, 1A
  • Perkins, John SEE He's My Brother
  • Perkins, John SEE Urban Family
  • Perkins, Pinetop
    • Blues singer honored in hometown of Belzoni, 10//24/89, 1D
  • Perkins, Rusty
    • His home on Ross Barnett Reservoir, 1/8/90, 1E
  • Perkins, Spencer SEE Race relations
  • Perl, Ruth
    • Fired casino executive claims sexual harassment, 10/22/93, 3B
  • Permanents, 3/18/87, 1C
  • Permenter, James SEE Robbery, Jackson---Permenter...
  • Perot, Ross
    • Names Stockdale as running mate; will be on state ballot, 8/25/92, 1B; 9/4/92, 1B
    • Presidential campaign gathers Mississippi signatures, 4/13/92, 1B; 5/24/92, 1A
    • Pulls out of race; state supporters stay loyal, 7/17/92, 1A; 8/12/92, 2B; 8/30/92, 1B
    • Reenters presidential race; Mississippians disenchanted, 10/2/92, 1A
    • Speaks at Mississippi Coliseum, 12/5/93, 1A
  • Perrett, Joyce
    • Jones County coroner combats grimness with levity, 11/4/91, 3B
  • Perry County
    • Citizens thought nuclear waste issue had settled, 7/15/89, 1A
  • Perry County Courthouse
    • Fire destroys aged courthouse, 2/28/90, 2B; 3/25/90, 3B
  • Perry County Jail
    • Supervisors close jail because of overcrowding, 2/11/93, 1A
  • Perry County lesbians SEE Camp Sister Spirit
  • Perry County Sheriff's Department
    • Herring told deputies to 'ride the roads...', 11/3/90, 1B
    • Meeting set to discuss Herring's status, 12/6/90, 1B
  • Perry County Supervisors
    • Ex-supervisor's sentence reduced, 12/3/88, 1B
  • Perry family
    • Summit family of 3 found dead; had been dead for 5 weeks, 12/18/93, 1B
  • Perry's Soulfood Kitchen
    • Moves to Madison, 5/12/94, 6E
    • Restaurant review, 11/12/92, 4F
  • Perry, Alice
    • Jackson's curbside recycling of trash coordinator, 6/10/90, 1B
  • Perry, Billy Ray SEE Pawnshops---Greenwood
  • Perry, Ed
    • Announces he will run for speaker of Mississippi House, 9/27/91, 3B
    • Concedes race to be House Speaker, 12/25/87, 1A
    • Declines seat on Public Service Commission, 12/27/89, 1B
    • Has backing of 32 Legislators for House speaker, 10/8/91, 1B
    • Heralded for grace in defeat, 5/22/88, 3H
    • Rules change vote puts him in "Old Guard," 12/5/87, 16A
    • Speaker race should be put to a vote, 12/17/87, 1A
    • Speaker race: Ford vs. Perry, 12/1/91, 1G
  • Perry, Marie SEE Marie Perry's Kitchen
  • Perryman, Demetrius
    • Fondling suit against him dismissed, 1/29/91, 5B
    • Teacher's aide given one-year sentence in fondling, 7/31/90, 1B
  • Perseid meteor shower
    • Nature's fireworks, 8/9/93, 1B
  • Perseids SEE Meteor shower
  • Persian Gulf syndrome SEE Persian Gulf War---Illnesses...
  • PERSIAN GULF WAR
    • *INDEXING OF COVERAGE IS SELECTIVE*
  • Persian Gulf War
    • 113th Military Police Unit of Brandon returns, 6/28/91, 5B
    • 155th Armored Brigade activated, 11/22/90, 3A; 12/9/90, 1B
    • 155th Armored Brigade at Fort Hood 'cold and hungry', 1/23/91, 3A
    • 155th Armored Brigade back in state by end of March, 3/20/91, 1A
    • 155th Armored Brigade called up, 12/5/90, 1A
    • 155th Armored Brigade commander says Camp Shelby too small, 3/9/91, 4A
    • 155th Armored Brigade group returns, 3/26/91, 1B
    • 155th Armored Brigade is cold, wet at Fort Hood, 1/18/91, 8A
    • 155th Armored Brigade praised by General Jaco, 12/20/90, 2A
    • 155th Armored Brigade set for April return to state, 3/9/91, 1A
    • 155th Armored Brigade welcomed back to Hattiesburg, 4/7/91, 3B; 4/14/91, 1A
    • 155th Armored Brigade would have served overseas with distinction, 4/14/91, 1A
    • 155th Armored Brigade's return to civilian life close at hand, 4/12/91, 1B
    • 155th Armored Brigade, B Company comes home to Natchez, 5/6/91, 2B
    • 155th Brigade releases 1000 more troops at Camp Shelby, 5/1/91, 2B
    • 155th's 'forgotten men' in hospital, 4/28/91, 1B; 4/30/91, 1B; 5/1/91, 1B
    • 155th's members in hospital at Ford Hood (update), 6/17/91, 3B
    • 173rd Quartermaster company of Greenwood returns, 5/12/91, 2B
    • 1st Battalion, 14th Marines has delayed homecoming, 8/9/91, 1A
    • 2,500 Mississippians rally support for Gulf troops, 1/21/91, 1A
    • 269th Transportation Company comes home to Brookhaven, 4/19/91, 1A
    • 3 Mississippi Army National Guard units called up, 11/20/90, 3A
    • 350 more Mississippians report for active duty, 11/29/90, 3A
    • 364th Medical Unit spent nine months in Louisiana and Arkansas, 8/30/91, 1A
    • 479th Ordnance Company of Clarksdale returns, 7/25/91, 3B
    • 5 more Mississippi Guard units get call to duty, 9/19/90, 3A
    • 500 more state guardsmen preparing for call-up, 11/14/90, 3A
    • ABC has best war coverage (Jeff Edwards' column), 1/27/91, 1E
    • Additional reserve call-ups affect 13,000 Mississippians, 1/20/91, 1A
    • After war is over, patriotic items in less demand, 3/10/91, 4A
    • Air crews supplying Saudi Arabia from Spanish bases, 12/23/90, 1A
    • Air National Guard base in Rankin County a military way station, 9/11/90, 3A
    • Air National Guard family (Sessums) copes with crisis, 9/16/90, 1A
    • Air National Guard resumes Gulf airlifts, 1/18/91, 8A
    • Alabama guardsman given leave for wedding day, 11/24/90, 1A
    • Anguilla native Benjamin Powell was F-15 ace pilot, 8/10/91, 1B
    • Anti-Saddam sentiments appearing on t-shirts in Jackson, 1/22/91, 4A
    • Arab minister Francis Habashy says campaign is no holy war, 2/2/91, 1D
    • Armored Brigade heads for Texas, 12/27/90, 1A
    • Armories designated for support centers for Guard families, 12/9/90, 3B
    • Attack on Israel dismays Mississippians, 1/18/91, 4A
    • AWOL Louisiana guardsmen return to Fort Hood, 2/8/91, 1A; 2/9/91, 5A
    • Benefits for troops priority for 101st Congress, 2/2/91, 5A
    • Biloxi Air Reservist unit returns from Persian Gulf duty, 10/11/90, 4A
    • Books and food top wish lists of Mississippi soldiers, 9/24/90, 1B
    • Boushehri family of JSU awaits son's birth in USA, 11/18/91, 3B
    • Brandon's 113th Military Police Company departs, 2/13/91, 6A
    • Brookhaven Marine Chris Soles returns home with battlefield wound, 3/3/91, 2A
    • Brookhaven unit's call-up meant quick weddings, 10/13/90, 1B
    • Bush and troops remembered in city prayer services, 1/17/91, 3S
    • Byram high schoolers writing soldiers in Middle east, 9/14/90, 1A
    • Call-up cuts work force for firms, families (Copiah County), 1/8/91, 6B
    • Called up nursing student Teri Miller--'sense of pride', 1/9/91, 5A
    • Called-up detectives, prosecutors, etc. crimp state courts, 12/16/90, 1B
    • Camp Shelby gets high marks on mobilization, 12/18/90, 2A
    • Canton mom sees son on front page of 'Clarion-Ledger', 9/21/90, 1A
    • Captain Stockton writes to Brownie Troop 119, 1/10/91, 1D
    • Cease fire celebrated by Timberlawn students, 3/1/91, 5A
    • Cease fire parties start with pizza at Governor's Mansion, 3/1/91, 4A
    • Charleston GI killed in bunker accident in Gulf to be buried, 1/25/91, 5A
    • Cleveland, Mississippi native stays wary in Ridyadh, 8/14/90, 6A
    • Clinton guardsman Ritchie's water bill problems, 8/3/91, 5B
    • Clinton National Guard convoys to Fort Rucker, 9/13/90, 1A; 9/14/90, 6A
    • Clinton pilot Ed Blake speaks of war experiences, 5/24/91, 3B
    • Clinton's 114th Military Police Company welcomed home, 5/18/91, 1A
    • Clinton's Army National Guard unit ready, waiting, 8/27/90, 1A; 8/28/90, 3A
    • Clinton's police force doing OK without chief and captain, 12/1/90, 5B
    • Cochran and Lott oppose special Congressional session on crisis, 11/15/90, 17A
    • Cochran says victory good for Republican Party, 4/6/91, 2B
    • Cochran urges support of Bush's Gulf policy, 12/3/90, 1B
    • Coletta family's holiday mood tempered by link to hostage dad, 11/22/90, 1A
    • Coletta of Moss Point comes home, 11/30/90, 1A; 12/2/90, 1A; 12/5/90, 1A
    • Coletta relieved at liberation of Kuwait, 2/28/91, 4A
    • Coletta says he's 'damn lucky to be alive', 8/3/91, 1B
    • Coletta, Moss Point resident, is hostage in Iraq, 9/25/90, 1A
    • Collinsville native Mark Craven welcomed home, 3/2/91, 5A
    • Columbus servicewoman's children killed in wreck, 3/16/91, 3B
    • Congressman Montgomery wants U.S. flag flying in desert, 12/5/90, 1B
    • Crawford family has 4 sons and son-in-law in military, 1/27/91, 1A; 2/16/91, 4A
    • Crisis keeps planes on the move at Air National Guard, 9/23/90, 1A
    • Crystal Springs and Laurel rallies support troops, 2/17/91, 5A
    • Crystal Springs broadcast on TNN, 11/10/90, 1A; 11/13/90, 1A
  • Persian Gulf war
    • Crystal Springs guardsmen return from overseas, 4/23/91, 3B
  • Persian Gulf War
    • Crystal Springs honors its National Guard unit, 9/27/90, 1B
    • Crystal Springs keeps the faith for military police company, 1/26/91, 5A
    • Crystal Springs supportive of its 127 citizens in Gulf, 1/15/91, 1A
    • Crystal Springs unit returns home, 4/27/91, 1A
    • Death of soldier from Crystal Springs, 11/13/90, 1A
    • Desert camouflage clothing hot fashion in Jackson, 8/30/90, 1A
    • Desert Shield call-ups leaving schools shorthanded, 12/21/90, 1B; 12/22/90, 3B
    • Desert Shield depleting state's highway patrol, 12/31/90, 1A
    • Displaced Kuwaitis in Jackson leery of Saddam's peace offer, 2/16/91, 1A
    • Dixon family has one son dead, other in Gulf war, 1/26/91, 5A
    • Draft system in Mississippi ready to resume work if needed, 12/30/90, 1A
    • Driving up production costs for Mississippi crops, 11/11/90, 1G
    • Dunaway and Jeffcoat families making do without dads, 11/22/90, 1E
    • Duty time may last longer for state's citizen soldiers, 1/11/91, 1A
    • Economist Robert Dye says war bringing recession to early end, 1/31/91, 6B
    • Eight 'Mississippi made' ships in Persian Gulf area, 8/17/90, 8A
    • Employment officials warn of job scams, 3/17/91, 2B
    • End of Gulf war applauded by Mississippians, 3/4/91, 2A
    • Espy defends his anti-war vote, 2/10/91, 8B
    • Espy on week-long fact-finding trip, 1/5/91, 5B; 1/6/91, 3B
    • Families of state guardsmen wait anxiously as deadline nears, 1/13/91, 1A
    • Family acceptance is part of Air National Guard call-up, 8/25/90, 1A
    • Forces drawn from Mississippi universities (statistics), 1/19/91, 8A
    • Former Mississippi Opera head Choset in Israel, 1/16/91, 1A
    • Free makeovers help local wives of personnel, 3/13/91, 1B
    • Grant of $100,000 to affected families by Saudi Arabia, 4/10/91, 2B
    • Greenville repair shop owner Waymon Rivers loses business, 3/31/91, 1A
    • Groom's father performs wedding by phone from Saudi Arabia, 3/17/91, 3B
    • Guardsman Joseph Smith must postpone college plans, 8/28/90, 3A
    • Gulf Coast tattoo parlors busy, 9/10/90, 1B
    • Gulfport firm constructing aluminum pontoon barges, 8/21/90, 1B
    • Gulfport Seabee squadron leaves for Middle East, 9/1/90, 2A
    • Gulfport teenager Leah Penny developes line of greeting cards, 2/14/91, 4A
    • Gulfport-based Seabees load record supplies for Saudi Arabia, 1/24/91, 5A
    • Hattiesburg student gets gift from Gulf, 10/27/90, 1B
    • Higher diesel prices taking toll on farmers, 9/2/90, 1G
    • Hinds Community College students march in support, 1/29/91, 1A
    • Home alone: Roger Hartley's wife is in Saudi Arabia, 1/31/91, 1D; 12/25/91, 1A
    • House bill introduced to free troops from state taxes, 1/24/91, 5A
    • How do you deal with war breaking out on TV?, 1/18/91, 1E
    • Hundreds pray and cheer as war clock ticks, 1/16/91, 2B
    • Illnesses: "Saudi Syndrome' linked to bacteria, 1/12/94, 1A; 1/20/94, 1A, 11A
    • Illnesses: 'aggressive' tests scheduled for ailing vets, 5/13/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: 50 state veterans join in $1 Billion lawsuit, 6/9/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: Ammie West's daughter, 12/7/93, 1A
    • Illnesses: birth defects in babies born to veterans, 11/27/93, 1A; 11/30/93, 1A
    • Illnesses: chemical exposure blamed, 11/23/93, 1B; 12/3/93, 1A
    • Illnesses: children of vets pass health tests, 4/28/94, 1A
  • PERSIAN GULF WAR
    • ILLNESSES: COMPENSATION IS APPROVED, 11/11/94, 1A
  • Persian Gulf War
    • Illnesses: experts now saying symptoms real, serious, 4/30/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: father and son have similar chemical-related illnesses, 12/27/93, 1A
    • Illnesses: few personnel seeking help, probe finds, 8/31/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: link to vaccines seen, 12/8/94, 14A
    • Illnesses: link to war conceded by Defense Department, 3/16/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: many children of veterans are ill, 1/14/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: Montgomery has plan to help ill veterans, 5/8/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: Montgomery seeks help for veterans, 2/26/94, 1A; 5/1/94, 3B; 12/4/93, 1A
    • Illnesses: not from Gulf, Pentagon says, 6/24/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: President Clinton backs aid for vets, 6/10/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: rare birth defect hits veterans' children, 5/8/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: state vets join in lawsuit against 11 companies, 6/8/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: Stephen Thacker directs study, 12/7/93, 7A
    • Illnesses: syndrome linked to agents sold by US to Iraq, 2/13/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: troops 'guinea pigs' for anti-nerve gas pill, 12/15/93, 1A; 12/16/93, 1B
    • Illnesses: University of Texas study, 4/22/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: US approved chemical-agent sales, senator says, 3/10/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: use caution when living with vets, doctors say, 3/28/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: VA physician urges approval of vet program, 4/29/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: Veterans Affairs Committee hearing, 2/1/94, 1B; 2/2/94, 1B; 2/3/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: Veterans Affairs Committee hearing in Meridian, 1/22/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: veterans to have hearing, 1/4/94, 1B
    • Illnesses: vets decry system for gauging disabilities, 2/14/94, 1A
    • Illnesses: wives share symptoms of veterans, 3/23/94, 1A
    • Impressario Choset waits in Israel in war mode, 1/17/91--+
    • Injured GI told to hide in woods at Montogomery's visit, 1/23/91,1A; 1/25/91, 1A
    • Islam and Mohammed misunderstood by most Westerners, 2/4/91, 1A
    • Iwo Jima veteran Jim Westbrook says air power alone won't do it, 2/14/91, 4A
    • Jackson Air National Guard base has steady traffic, 2/16/91, 4A; 2/17/91, 3H
    • Jackson businesses early victims of Gulf war, 1/18/91, 11A
    • Jackson churches to pray for peace in Middle East, 9/1/90, 1D
    • Jackson city employees who served are honored, 7/24/91, 4B
    • Jackson College of Ministries music fest, 4/13/91, 1D
    • Jackson gospel stations WHJT and WOAD support troops, 2/16/91, 1D
    • Jackson Mall to host rally for Gulf troops, 5/3/91, 5B
    • Jackson medical personnel called into action, 2/3/91, 7A
    • Jackson rally hails soldiers who 'pay the price', 2/10/91, 7A
    • Jackson reservist Charles Shields volunteers for service, 10/16/90, 1B
    • Jackson residents rethink use of gasoline in wake of crisis, 8/24/90, 3A
    • Jackson schoolchildren discuss war's meaning, 1/18/91, 10A
    • Jackson State football player's Guard unit activated, 11/17/90, 1A
    • Jackson teachers make Gulf crisis part of lessons, 9/4/90, 1A
    • Jackson war protester worries about civilian casualities, 1/20/91, 6A
    • Jackson's 172nd Security Flight unit is activated, 2/13/91, 6A
    • Jackson-area Marine Reservists report for active duty, 12/11/90, 1A
    • Jackson-area reserve units and families poised in readiness, 8/23/90, 1A
    • Jacksonians head for gas stations at war news, 1/17/91, 2S
    • Jews in Mississippi still see Saddam as the threat, 2/25/91, 6A
    • JSU student Hamid Boushehri returns to school, 3/20/91, 1B
    • Judge rejects Port Gibson reservist's hardship plea, 11/23/90, 5B
    • Kimberly Broome training for Red Cross duty, 1/25/91, 5A
    • Kuwait business opportunities seminar given by DECD, 4/28/91, 3C; 5/3/91, 6B
    • Kuwaiti children want to return home, 12/9/90, 1B
    • Kuwaiti families in city eager to go home, 1/18/91, 9A; 6/24/91, 3B
    • Kuwaiti graduate of JSU wants front line duty, 1/25/91, 5A
    • Kuwaiti reconstruction contractors: addresses, phone numbers, 3/9/91, 4A
    • Kuwaiti student Ali al-Omran leaves to join his army, 2/8/91, 2A
    • Kuwaiti student at JSU among 300 volunteers, 1/7/91, 5A
    • Kuwaiti student at JSU happy at liberation, 2/27/91, 5A
    • Kuwaiti student at Ole Miss witnessed looting and rape, 8/25/90, 2A
    • Laurel soldier Mike Garrett dies in non-combat copter crash, 3/5/91, 3A
    • Lessons from the Gulf War, 6/9/91, 1G
    • Letters from home the most needed commodity, 1/28/91, 1D
    • Local banks step up loan-rate cuts for military, 1/19/91, 6B
    • Local restaurants and bars largely untouched by war, 1/19/91, 6B
    • Lucedale residents finance Guardsmen's holiday homecoming, 12/25/90, 2B
    • Mabus family entertains families of service personnel, 10/29/90, 1B
    • Maintenance unit and five support units placed on alert, 11/24/90, 1B
    • Many local veterans seek to re-enlist, 8/10/90, 1B
    • Marine Chris Kilbourn gets home to marry Melanie Burks, 3/2/91, 5A
    • MARS ham operators communicating with soldiers in Persian Gulf, 12/17/90, 1B
    • Massachusetts airman visits Benton pen pals, 4/24/91, 1B
    • McClain tells Rotary Club war proved worth of weaponry, 4/2/91, 3B
    • Memorial on U.S. Highway 90 in Biloxi, 2/18/92, 3B
    • Meridian 'human shields' airlifted to freedom, 12/11/90, 1B
    • Meridian rally for troops draws 3000, 1/28/91, 1A
    • Meridian students deal with fears in school program, 1/29/91, 4B
    • Middle East closeup (map), 1/19/91, 7A
    • Military finding recruits despite crisis in Gulf, 1/15/91, 3B
    • Military sites in state gird for terrorism, 1/15/91, 1B
    • Millsaps College oil spill expert Ed Schrader suggests two plans, 1/31/91, 3A
    • Ministers urge continuation of prayer fervor, 3/9/91, 1D
    • Mississippi 172nd Airlift Group has caught eye of military leaders, 2/17/91, 3H
    • Mississippi Air National Guard activated, 8/24/90, 1A
    • Mississippi Air National Guard airlift crews praised, 8/18/90, 3A
    • Mississippi Air National Guard planes get secret orders, 8/8/90, 1A
    • Mississippi Air National Guard returns from Mideast duty, 8/16/90, 1A
    • Mississippi Air National Guard ships out to parts unknown, 8/26/90, 1A
    • Mississippi amateur radiomen tune into troubled region, 8/9/90, 10A
    • Mississippi businesses prepare to cover for reservists, 8/23/90, 2A
    • Mississippi companies see rebuilding of Kuwait as opportunity, 3/1/91, 4A
    • Mississippi exporters become casualities of war, 1/27/91, 1G
    • Mississippi family in Saudi Arabia prepares for attacks, 1/19/91, 8A
    • Mississippi flag flying in Saudi desert, 11/29/90, 1A
    • Mississippi guardsman collapses, dies at Camp Shelby, 12/19/90, 15A
    • Mississippi guardsmen to be taken home for Xmas in school buses, 12/19/90, 2A
    • Mississippi ranks 2nd in state-by-state callup of Guard, 1/27/91, 5A
    • Mississippi troops and all others frustrated by slow mail, 2/11/91, 3A
    • Mississippi's first Desert Shield casualty James Wilcher, 11/18/90, 1A
    • Mississippians in US troop force read Clarion-Ledger, 9/5/90, 2A
    • Mississippians react--'Everybody was stunned', 1/17/91, 5S
    • Mississippians' daily routine includes war watch, 1/18/91, 9A
    • Mississippians: '...this kind of patriotism since World War II', 2/25/91, 7A
    • Montgomery favors better benefits for gulf-war veterans, 1/29/91, 8A
    • Montgomery says many reservists to ge full benefits, 4/16/91, 2B
    • Montgomery says US gulf force adequate, 9/5/90, 2A
    • Montgomery urges Bush to call up Guard and reservists, 8/21/90, 1B
    • Most state guardsmen should be home by July, 4/26/91, 1A
    • MSU prof to try to open dialog between U.S. and Iraq, 10/12/90, 3A
    • National Guard call-up would leave Hinds County offices short-handed, 8/30/90, 5B
    • National guard mobilization won't hurt state's economy, 12/28/90, 5B
    • National Guard, reservists ordered to return excess pay, 10/19/91, 1A; 10/26/91, 1B
    • Not a word has been heard from Moss Point man in Kuwait, 8/16/90, 2B
    • One Air Guard crew returns, another heads for Middle east, 9/4/90, 6A
    • One in 4 Mississippi Guardsmen may be gulf-bound, 11/6/90, 1B
    • One in 6 ships in Gulf carries Ingalls' stamp, 1/18/91, 8A (includes list)
    • One year later, motives and outcome are debated, 2/23/92, 1A, 15A
    • One year later: Captain Englander USMC: 'did the best we could', 1/16/92, 1B
  • PERSIAN GULF WAR
    • ONE YEAR LATER; A 'HEALING PROCESS', 8/2/91, 1A, 10A, 11A
  • Persian Gulf War
    • Operation Cookie Lift, 9/8/90, 1A
    • Operation Prayer Shield in local churches, 1/5/91, 1D
    • Parents erect patriotic billboard on Old Canton Road, 2/16/91, 4A
    • Patriotic music in demand at record stores and on radio, 2/12/91, 1D
    • Patriotic weekend rally set for Jackson, 2/19/91, 4A; 2/25/91, 1A
    • Peace sends American vacation travelers packing, 3/10/91, 1F
    • Pearl student named Saddam Hussain, 11/3/90, 1A
    • Pelahatchie Season-All plant honors co-worker killed in Gulf, 3/6/91, 2A
    • Pen pals Bradley and Freeney finally meet in Clinton, 7/28/91, 1B
    • Pen-pal Holly Quinn meets receipient of 'any soldier' letter, 4/12/91, 1B
    • Pentagon study: Mississippi's 155th was unfit for battle, 10/3/91, 1A
    • Picayune welcome-home parade draws thousands, 4/8/91, 1B
    • Poplarville native Floyd Masoner escapes across Iraqi border, 8/10/90, 1A
    • Powell quotes letter from student at School for the Blind, 3/7/91, 1A
    • Prayers offered for Simpson Countians' safe return, 12/4/90, 5A
    • Pride and anxiety in state as units activated, 9/30/90, 2A
    • Prisons losing guards to war; those remaining work overtime, 2/1/91, 3A
    • Pro and con views on the war, 2/17/91, 1H
    • Raymond Marine Michael Thompson has late Christmas, 3/6/91, 3A
    • Rebuilding Kuwait: American firms poised to make bundle, 3/3/91, 1H
    • Reserve units at Brookhaven and Greenwood activated, 10/10/90, 3B
    • Reservist callups swamp VA office for 7% home loans, 5/4/91, 4B
    • Reservists from Keesler depart for Middle East, 9/13/90, 2A
    • Returning service personnel having family adjustment problems, 5/28/91, 2B
    • Reverend Burgess says events are part of Bible prophecy, 9/1/90, 1D
    • Reverend Edwin Bacon voices thanks, concerns at war's end, 3/18/91, 1B
    • Reverend Little of Florence calls for prayers for troops, 1/19/91, 1D
    • Roster of Mississippi forces activated, 9/30/90, 2A
    • Saddam means 'one who confronts,' Guard families told, 1/26/91, 5A
    • Sargeant brings doctor's son home; Doctor devlivers sargeant's son, 8/17/91, 4B
    • Saudi Arabia pays Mississippi families $400 for sacrifices, 7/23/91, 1B
    • Saudi Arabia sends $100,000 to help needy state military families, 3/1/91, 1A
    • Saudi Arabia trip by C-L staffers Leesha Cooper and Dinah Rogers, 12/23/90, 1A+
    • Schwarzkopf to be invited to Mississippi, 8/8/91, 3B
    • Seabees helped win the war; return home to Gulfport, 5/8/91, 1B
    • Seabees' return gladens their children, 3/16/91, 5B
    • Seeking employment in Kuwait? Watchdogs say beware, 4/6/91, 1A
    • Service personnel get several tax breaks, 4/15/91, 4B
    • Short wave radios sales skyrocket, 2/21/91, 1D
    • Showing the colors now a hot hobby, 2/22/91, 1E
    • Small group of anti-war protesters picket downtown, 1/16/91, 1B
    • Soaring oil prices may benefit Mississippi's oil industry, 8/10/90, 6B
    • Soldier/poet James Robertson quoted by Mabus, 1/24/91, 5A
    • Soldiers send thanks for Mississippi-baked goodies, 10/7/90, 1B
    • Some Mississippi plants gear up for military orders, 8/31/90, 6B
    • Sonny Montgomery says casualities won't affect VA hospital care, 2/15/91, 6A
    • Soon-to-close Bay St. Louis ammo plant helps arm Gulf force, 1/22/91, 4A
    • Southern states provide most manpower in call-up, 12/10/90, 1B
    • State combat veterans back ground-war strategy, 2/24/91, 7A
    • State Congressional delgation backs Bush on war powers, 1/13/91, 1A
    • State congressmen cheer Bush's speech, look to future, 3/7/91, 4A
    • State forces at war (chart), 2/25/91, 5A
  • PERSIAN GULF WAR
    • STATE FORCES AT WAR (roster), 1/17/91, 6S
  • Persian Gulf War
    • State law officers alert, fortified for terrorism, 1/19/91, 8A
    • State lawmakers urge war-crime trial for Saddam, 2/19/91, 4A
    • State's blood doners supporting military, 1/23/91, 3A
    • State's Green Beret force alerted for call-up, 2/2/91, 5A; 2/5/91, 5A
    • State's welcome home ceremony on hold, 3/23/91, 1B
    • Students criticize war's cost and affect on domestic funding, 1/27/91, 5A
    • Susan Harrington in Saudi as Patriot missile launcher, 2/3/91, 7A
    • Telephone Pioneers' 'Operation Desert Santa', 11/26/90, 3B
    • Toy stores ring up huge sales in war games, 2/19/91, 4A
    • Troops leave Keesler AFB for undisclosed location, 8/29/90, 1A
    • Troops returning to Coast greeted by hearts and flowers, 3/14/91, 2B
    • Tunica Institute supports reservist in Gulf, 12/24/90, 1B
    • Uniform recall irks local guardsmen, 4/19/92, 3B; 4/23/92, 1B
    • United effort will pay off, Cochran tells Neshoba fairgoers, 8/10/90, 4A
    • Vacationing teacher-couple in Jackson wonder about Kuwait home, 8/29/90, 2A
    • Veterans of combat zone have pay exempted from income taxes, 2/2/92, 4C
    • Veterans' cemeteries alerted for possible work increase, 1/24/91, 5A
    • Vicksburg auto dealer charged in repossession of guardsman's car, 11/16/90, 1A
    • Vicksburg auto dealer pleads innocent in car repossession, 11/20/90, 3B
    • Vicksburg native and wife now 'refugees' from Saudi Arabia, 8/13/90, 2B
    • Vietnam veterans urge united home front, 1/16/91, 1B
    • War aggravates already critical nurse shortage in state, 1/27/91, 5A
    • War changed guardsmen, their families and their hometowns, 8/3/91, 1A
    • War's first Sunday: football, ribbons, hope, prayer, 1/21/91, 3A
    • Water from Mississippi aquifer may be sent to US troops, 9/5/90, 1A
    • Waynesboro man carries state flag in Washington victory parade, 6/8/91, 1A
    • Waynesboro soldier dies of heart attack in Saudia Arabia, 4/24/91, 1B
    • With ground war state guardsmen facing danger in support roles, 2/24/91, 2A
    • With war over, Mississippi Guard families await word, 3/13/91, 1B
    • Women pilots at Columbus AFB laud combat role, crew concept, 5/21/91, 2B
    • Yazoo City family sends support to serviceman they've never met, 12/23/90, 1A
  • Person, Tom
    • Instilled respect for nature in young readers, 8/28/88, 3F
  • Personal Body Alarm
    • Grenade-like device gives piercing cry, 3/19/92, 1B
  • Personal care homes
    • Ditto plans ordinance to protect boarders, 4/30/94, 5B; 5/24/94, 3B
  • Personal computers SEE Computers
  • Personal finances
    • Credit doctors not necessary; bad credit heals with time, 7/22/91, 4B
    • New Year's resolution to get finances under control, 1/1/90, 1E
  • Personal income SEE Income, Mississippi
  • Personal names SEE Names
  • Personal trainers
    • In physical fitness training, 2/7/90, 1D
  • Personnel Board
    • Board action falls short in public trust department, 2/5/89, 1H
    • Chairman Andrew Cutler charged with making bribes, 11/26/91, 1A
    • Consultant to be hired to find director, 2/26/91, 1B; 8/2/90, 1B
    • Continues search for new director, 5/26/90, 3B
    • Director didn't quit til lawmakers saved agency, 1/18/89; 3B
    • Director McDaniel resigns position, 8/8/89, 1B
    • Director resigns, surprising legislators, 1A; 1/17/89
    • Interviewing for new director, 6/15/91, 3B
    • Mabus blasts fast hiring of new director, 1B; 1/31/89
    • No salary increase for Beck, 4/28/88, 1B
    • PEER criticizes, 1/5/88, 1B
    • PEER studying swift hiring of Personnel head, 1A; 1/29/89
    • PEER: Gervin unqualified, 12/4/87, 1A
    • Quick hiring of director legal but unadvisable , PEER says, 5/9/89, 1B
    • Realign pay to southeastern average, 8/27/88, 3B
    • Seeks to remain autonomous, 6/23/88, 1B
    • Sides named as acting director, 11/1/89, 1B
    • Stringer named director, 5/29/93, 2B
    • Workers get 6% pay raise, 5/12/88, 2B
  • Perspiration
    • Ole Miss professor Ben Douglas says it wards off wrinkles, 8/17/92, 1D
  • Pest control
    • Jackson
      • Layoffs from city, 2/20/86, 1B
  • Pesticide containers
    • Metro counties seeking market for used containers, 5/8/91, 5B; 8/7/91, 4B
  • Pesticides
    • Assistant principal in Vicksburg sues Dow over illness, 1/1/92, 2B
    • Banned near bodies of water due to fish kills, 7/13/89, 1B
    • EPA issues new rules for hand-harvested crops, 3/11/94, 5B; 8/14/92, 4B
    • Escape of insecticide in Tunica sickens chemical workers, 5/18/89, 1A; 5/19/89, 3B
    • Furadan 4F banned after 15 workers become ill, 7/29/93, 1B; 8/1/93, 3B
    • Illegal sales investigated, 11/29/85, 1A
    • Link with cancer in Delta is suspected, but not proven, 8/20/89, 1A
    • MSU professor studies how 6 insecticides effect humans, 7/12/89, 6B
    • Problem of dumping pesticides by farmers, 12/26/89, 1B
    • Runoff makes Yazoo River a 'hot spot' of contamination, 3/20/91, 1A
    • Teenager in serious condition; mistook pesticide for whiskey, 7/13/91, 1A
    • Trailer weighing 30,000 pounds falls on Gulfport dock, 5/9/90, 1B
    • Used canister disposal idea spreads throughout state, 5/20/91, 3B
    • Washington County recycling pesticide containers, 12/26/89, 1B
  • Pesticides SEE ALSO Insecticides; SEE ALSO Hazardous waste
  • Pesto
    • Cullen goes from Congressional aide to pesto entrepreneur, 10/11/90, 10B
  • Pests
    • Mississippi climate conducive to, 9/26/85, 1E
  • Pet Depot
    • Pet supply store next to Animal Health Center, 1/17/94, 1D
  • Pet Memorial Day
    • Annual holiday marked in Jackson, 9/13/93, 1A
  • Pet Paradise Cemetery
    • Caretaker Jim Blaha, 6/20/94, 1D
    • Observes Pet Memorial Day, 9/13/93, 1A
  • Pet Patrol, Inc, 8/17/87, 1D
  • Petal High School
    • Natural Helpers program, 10/20/89, 4B
  • Petal Public Schools
    • Considering move to year-round schedule, 6/22/94, 9A
    • Revamped middle school gets kudos, 12/16/90, 1A
  • Petal Pushers
    • Gift shop
      • Business profile, 10/9/89, 4E
  • Petal Salt Dome
    • Tax dispute between Forest County supervisors and gas companies, 3/15/94, 3B
  • Petal, Mississippi
    • Cause of gas explosion may not be known, 7/24/86, 1A
    • Explosion injures 14, 7/23/86, 1A
    • Hamilton Cabin
      • Weekend getaway, 9/6/90, 3E
  • Peter Anderson Memorial Arts, Crafts... SEE Anderson, Peter
  • Peter J's
    • Jackson
      • Restaurant review, 8/7/88, 1F
    • Restaurant review, 8/7/88, 1F; 11/9/89, 4F
  • Peters, Ed
    • Backlog of cases overwhelming, he tells justice reform committee, 11/30/93, 5B
    • Challenges attorney Mike Malouf to fistfight, 10/10/92, 1A; 10/14/92, 4B
    • District Attorney defends handling of "black on black" cases, 1/19/89; 2B
    • Edwards' prosecutor criticized as racist on talk show, 6/26/89, 1A
    • Gives county funding for sheriff's investigator in his office, 10/6/92, 5B; 10/7/92, 3B
    • His office must do work Jackson police didn't do, he says, 10/1/93, 4B
    • Race factor in jury selection, 5/27/87, 3B
    • Says loss of 2 police officers will hurt investigations, 3/3/91, 3B
    • Submits plan to combat crime near public schools, 9/7/91, 1A
    • Supervisors to fund sheriff's department position in DA's office, 1/26/93, 5B
  • Peters, Ed SEE ALSO Course, Deloris
  • Peterson, Derek SEE Marlboro Country Nights Dance Showdown
  • Peterson, Ronnie
    • Hancock County sheriff has solution to jail overcrowding, 6/30/94, 3B
  • Petit Bois Island
    • Controversy over lawsuit, 10/27/85, 1H
  • Petit, Gerald SEE Vigilante attack
  • Petra
    • Christian rock band, 3/31/90, 1D
  • Petrified Forest
    • Flora
      • Weekend getaway, 9/13/90, 3E
  • Petrified Forest Museum
    • Flora, 7/21/86, 1A; 10/19/86, 1F
  • Petro, Mary Ann
    • Creates English cottage garden in Jackson, 9/24/93, 1E
  • Petrolane Gas Service SEE Propane (truck explosion on I-55 South)
  • Petroleum Council
    • Becomes Mid-Continent Oil & Gas, 12/25/87, 12B
  • Petroleum Independents Co-Operative, 2/26/87, 8B
  • Pets
    • California group In Defense of Animals targets theft, 4/6/93, 1B
    • Choosing right pet; legal responsibilities, 10/13/91, 1E, 2E
    • Electronic fences, 1/13/94, 1D
    • Fido and Fifi...they're expensive to maintain, 4/5/93, 4B
    • Hinds County grand jury recommends Jacksonians pay license fee, 12/20/94, 1B
    • Lost pets: experts offer a plan of action, 8/18/92, 1D
    • Lost-pet scams, 9/7/93, 3B
    • Microchip inserted into animals helps find lost pets, 5/21/93, 1B
    • Missing pets in Greenville believed stolen, 8/3/91, 3B
    • MSU studying feasibility of nursing home for pets, 7/5/91, 3B
    • Parents urged not to buy, 4/17/87, 6B
    • Parents urged not to buy Easter pets, 4/17/89, 6B
    • Photography, 5/31/87, 1E
    • Rescue
      • Animals bought from pound to save from research, 9/1/86, 1A
    • Tattoos can helf identify your pet, 3/11/93, 1D
    • Veterinarians add pet supply stores, 1/17/94, 1D
    • With new pets, let expectations be realistic, 7/22/94, 1E
  • Pets SEE ALSO Cats
  • Pets SEE ALSO Dogs
  • Pets and Partners Program
    • Handicapped, 11/28/86, 1B
  • Pettie, Frank SEE Albemarle Health Care Center
  • Pettit, Gerald SEE Vigilante attack
  • Peyton, A.J.
    • Justice Court judge fined by Commission on Judicial Performance, 12/23/93, 3B
  • Peyton, Arthur
    • Resigns position of state Board of Education, 8/22/92, 1A
  • PFG Precision Optics
    • Ocean Springs, 2/22/87, 1G
  • Ph D's
    • Black, 5/10/87, 1H
  • Pharmacies SEE Drug stores
  • Pharmacists SEE Druggists
  • Pharmacy Board SEE Board of Pharmacy
  • Pharr, Cynthia
    • President of Tracy-Locke/Pharr public relations firm in Dallas, 4/27/89, 1C
  • Phelps, Bette
    • Jackson artist now full time watercolorist, 5/26/91, 1F
    • Jackson artist's program in Pearl school, 3/26/91, 4B
  • Phelps, Bette Billhofer
    • Artist does watercolors of Welty photographs, 9/7/89, 1E
  • Phelps, Dunbar, Marks, Claverie & Sims
    • New Orleans law firm expands in state, 8/29/89, 6B
  • Phi Beta Kappa
    • Denies Mississippi State a chapter, 9/6/90, 1A
    • Its Committee on Qualifications to visit MSU, 5/9/89, 1B
    • Mississippi State awaits decision on chapter location, 4/16/90, 1B
    • State's first chapter installed at Millsaps, 3/4/89, 3B; 3/5/89, 1A
  • Phi Theta Kappa
    • Honor society receives grant from Kellogg Foundation, 6/17/92, 1B
    • Jeane Kirkpatrick in Jackson for fund raising, 1/27/94, 1B
    • Launches voter-registration campaign aimed at young non-voters, 8/26/91, 3B
    • Support sought for community college achievers, 11/28/94, 1B
  • Phil's Place
    • Restaurant review, 5/2/91, 4E; 6/7/90, 4E
  • Philadelphia, Mississippi (30th anniversary of murders) SEE Civil rights workers
  • Philadelphia, Mississippi (Sex scandal)
    • SEE Sexually abused children--Neshoba County
  • Philip Morris U.S.A.
    • Gives $100,000 in funding for literacy, 8/16/89, 2B
  • Phillip M's
    • Philadelphia
      • Restaurant review, 12/29/94, 4E
  • Phillip's Catering & Barbecue
    • Restaurant review, 4/9/92, 4E
  • Phillips College
    • Education is big business, 7/17/88, 1G
    • Federal audit calls for cutoff of $430 million in funds, 8/1/92, 5B
    • Lays off fifth of headquarters staff, 12/12/91, 8B; 12/14/91, 6B
    • Local branches win federal loan fund acceptance, 5/13/92, 2B
    • To buy Rutledge Colleges, 4/21/89, 8B
  • Phillips Grocery
    • Holly Springs, 1/14/87, 1C
  • Phillips, A.M.
    • Parchman staff physician gets 24% pay raise, 12/14/93, 1A
    • Whitfield medical director enters alcohol rehab, 10/22/93, 1A
  • Phillips, Earl & Winnie
    • Counsel small businesses, 11/7/85, 8B
  • Phillips, Gregg
    • Confirmed as director of Human Services, 2/17/94, 1B; 2/18/94, 3B
    • Fordice advisor takes over Human Services, 2/9/93, 1A; 2/10/93, 2B; 10/5/93, 3B
    • Reported to be new chief-of-staff to Alabama governor, 12/1/94, 1B
  • Phillips, Gregg SEE ALSO Department of Human Services
  • Phillips, Ine
    • Clinton Park Elementary School teacher retires, 5/15/92, 4B
  • Phillips, Ivory
    • JSU professor starts soccer program for inner-city youth, 10/27/92, 1D
  • Phillips, Jonathan SEE Student Space Station
  • Phillips, Lamar SEE Dew, Bradley
  • Phillips, Marcie
    • Earth Team volunteer wins Interior Deppartment award, 6/17/92, 3B
  • Phillips, Max
    • Ag commissioner candidate: farmers more important than museum, 8/28/91, 1B
    • Challenges Ross for Ag Commissioner post, 7/18/91, 2B; 7/23/91, 2B
  • Phillips, Preston
    • Batesville inspires praise
      • Why I Live Where I Live, 11/18/91, 1D
  • Phillips, Terry Don
    • Turns down USM job, 5/21/86, 1A
  • Phillips, Thomas H
    • Mississippi screen writer, 8/11/85, 1B
  • Phoenix Fiber Cookie SEE Diet cookie
  • Phoenix Outlet
    • Owner Mohammed Jamila
      • Not affected by drop in prime rate, 7/3/92, 5B
  • Phone fraud SEE Scam
  • Phone scam SEE Scam
  • Phone sex SEE Scam
  • Photo Plus
    • Photo lab a growing concern
      • How's business?, 8/4/92, 6B
  • Photographer
    • George Gibbons Smith, 9/19/89, 1D
  • Photographers
    • Birney Imes documents Delta juke joints and their people, 1F; 1/29/89
    • Jackson
      • Kim Jurgens, 1/14/88, 1C
      • Marion Vance, 12/29/87, 1C
      • Patterson exhibits New York photos found in estate sale, 11/17/91, 1F
    • James Patterson to take wide-angle photos of downtown Jackson, 6/4/89, 1F
    • Posing perfect pictures, 10/2/90, 1D
    • Ted Rankston
      • Exhibit, 8/30/87, 1H
  • Photographs
    • Restorer, 3/30/87, 1D
    • Tips on restoration, 11/7/93, 1F, 4F
  • Photography Exhibit
    • Jackson
      • International Photographic Salon, 8/16/87, 1F
  • Photography Now and Then...
    • Exhibit at Brown's Fine Art & Frame, 11/13/94, 1F
  • Phyfer, Mary
    • Nude photo suit settled out of court, 5/20/86, 1B
  • Physical education
    • Board of Education urges mandatory physical education, 5/18/89, 1A
    • Governor's Commission of Physical Fitness and Sport, 7/28/92, 3B
    • Mississippi fitness (special series), 5/7-9/89, 1A+
    • Schools are champions in President's Council..., 12/19/89, 4B
  • Physical fitness SEE Physical training
  • Physical Fitness and Sports, ...Governor's Conference
    • In Jackson, 8/24/93, 3B; 8/27/93, 3B
  • Physical therapists
    • David Herrington fills need in rural facilities, 10/2/89, 1B
    • Shortage in Mississippi and United States, 10/2/89, 1B; 10/20/94, 1A
  • Physical Therapy Clinic of Jackson
    • How's business?, 1/11/94, 6B
  • Physical training
    • Downtown YMCA's fitness program for young children, 2/1/91, 1E
    • For exercise wear comfort and support important, 1/17/92, 1E
    • Staying on track; new parents need not vegetate, 1/12/93, 1D
    • Use of personal trainers, 2/7/90, 1D
  • Physician assistants
    • Mississippi only state not allowing them to practice, 7/26/94, 1A
  • Physician Opportunity Fair
    • At Ag Museum, 11/5/93, 4B
  • Physicians SEE Doctors
  • Physicians Recovery Program
    • Counsels doctors with drug, alcohol problems, 7/29/91, 1A
  • Piano SEE Keyboard
  • Pica
    • Rare eating disorder, 11/24/85, 1B
  • Picard, Mark
    • Livestock supervisor
      • 2/9/89, 1D
  • Picayune High School
    • Racial unrest at school; police patrol at football game, 10/8/93, 1A
  • Picayune, Mississippi, 6/28/87, 3B
    • Named most hospitable town by ...Batteries Great American Race, 7/9/92, 3B
    • Veterans Memorial funded by citizens, 11/8/90, 3E
    • Water shortages on East Pearl River, 8/26/90, 1B; 8/28/90, 1B
  • Piccadilly Cafeteria
    • Opens 2nd Jackson location, 7/9/87, 8B
  • Pick a Pet
    • Feature in the Clarion-Ledger, 5/12/94, 1D
  • Pick-your-own farms
    • Becoming increasingly popular, 6/2/89, 8B
  • Pickard family
    • Ocean Springs
      • Their residence Palmetto, 2/12/90, 1D
  • Pickens, Bryant
    • Accused of chicken tampering at Wayne Farms Poultry Processing, 3/19/93, 5B
  • Pickens, David Andrew
    • Pleads innocent: federal scam charges, 10/20/88, 8B
  • Pickens, Mississippi
    • Martin Luther King Jr. Association reclaims park, 11/8/92, 1A
    • Mayor, Board of Aldermen in standoff, 7/10/88, 1B
    • Public swimming pool reopened, 6/6/93, 1B
  • Pickering, Charlene SEE Murder-for-hire---Pearl
  • Pickering, Charles
    • Finishes tenure as Baptist president, 11/16/85, 1C
    • Grilled on racial record at Senate confirmation hearing, 7/20/90, 1A
    • Kennedy delays vote on Pickering nomination, 8/3/90, 1B
    • Laurel lawyer nominated by Bush for federal court, 5/11/90, 1B
    • Lock on Nixon's judgeship, 9/24/89, 1H; 11/4/89, 1A
    • Mississippi senators recommend him for judgeship, 11/10/89, 1A
    • Senate confirms Pickering to replace Nixon, 9/29/90, 1A; 10/3/90, 1B
    • Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously approves nomination, 9/28/90, 1B
    • Withdrawal from race, 2/14/87, 1B
  • Pickering, George
    • Genetic testing could link him to Rankin County rapes, 9/4/93, 5B; 9/15/93, 4B
    • Testimony sends rape case to grand jury, 10/6/93, 4B
  • Pickett Food Service, 12/12/86, 8B
  • Pickett, Annie SEE Edwards Elementary School
  • Pickett, Hugh
    • Appointed superintendent of school for the deaf, 3/20/93, 1B
  • Pickett, Mamie SEE Veterans---Hinds County...
  • Pickins Hardwoods
    • Fred and Sharon Pickens, owners
      • How's business?, 1/13/93, 5B
  • Pickle, Lance
    • Parents use CPR to revive son found floating in pool, 5/28/92, 1B
  • Pickle, Warren
    • Shoots friend Randy Martin over unpaid-for pig, 9/1/92, 5B
  • Pickups (trucks)
    • Escape 3% sales tax, 6/22/85, 1B
    • GM rebates over unsafe fuel tanks
      • 94,453 in state eligible for rebate, 8/9/93, 1A
  • Picnics
    • Central High picnic and Mississippi reunions in Charlotte and LA, 10/21/94, 1E
  • Picnics (New York) SEE Way Up North in Mississippi
  • Picnics (Washington, D.C.) SEE Mississippi Society...
  • Picture IDs SEE Students---Jackson----Picture IDs...
  • Pie contest
    • State Fair, 10/4/86, 1A
  • Pier 1 Stores, 2/24/87, 8B
  • Pierce, Constance
    • Millsaps College artist-in-residence, 12/21/94, 1D
  • Pierce, Earl
    • Head of Bureau of Narcotics 6th District, Meridian, 4/5/93, 1D
  • Pig Fest SEE Possum Town Pig Fest
  • Pigeon drops, Jackson
    • Bertha Carter loses $345, 11/27/93, 1B; 11/29/93, 2B
    • Scams may claim twice as much, 9/5/88, 1B
  • Pigeon drops, Mississippi
    • Nigerian scam reported in state, 12/8/94, 1B
  • Pigeons
    • Mid-South Pigeon Racing Club, 5/16/93, 1F
  • Pigg, Charlie
    • Gunshot victim recovering from hunting accident, 4/20/89, 1B
  • Pigg, John SEE Riverboat gambling---Greenville...
  • Piggly Wiggly
    • New store in Jackson Square, 2/8/86, 8B
    • Plans to open Meadowbrook Road store, 6/3/94, 6B
    • Ridgeland stores loses lease near incoming Jitney Jungle, 10/8/93, 5B
    • Store in Jackson Square to close, 9/6/86, 8B
  • Pigott, Brad
    • Appointed to Board of Education, 2/16/89, 3B
    • Candidate, views, 2/4/88, 1B
    • Named U.S. attorney for southern district of Mississippi, 12/21/94, 4B; /30/94, 1A
    • Resigns from state Board of Education, 12/28/94, 1B
    • To run for US House of Reps, 11/11/87, 3B
  • Pigott, Carole
    • Jackson artist's technique in American Artist magazine, 3/25/90, 1F
  • Pigott, Louis SEE University of Mississippi
  • Pigs
    • Brandon man Warren Pickle shoots friend over late pig payment, 9/1/92, 5B
    • Canton man charged with giving wine to neighbor's swine, 1/26/90, 1B
    • Miniature pot belly pigs, 11/26/90, 1D
    • Pig race at State Fair, 10/6/89, 1B
    • Praying pigs, a hot video, 2/8/88, 1C
  • Pike County Jail
    • New facility being vandalized by inmates, 11/18/93, 3B; 12/16/93, 2B
  • Pike County Public Schools
    • Get emergency $50,000 to keep buses running, 12/6/90, 1B
  • Pike County Sheriff's Department
    • Glennis "Lawman of the Year," 5/14/88, 2B
    • Sheriff to resign, 1/5/90, 3B
  • Pike, Marlin
    • Madison man arrested in home loan fraud scam, 4/14/93, 3B
  • Pilgrimages, SEE ALSO SPECIFIC TOURS SUCH AS NATCHEZ PILGRIMAGE
  • Pilgrimages, Mississippi
    • 1987: Spring tours, 3/1/87, 1F
    • 1988: State has plenty to choose from (Spring pilgrimages), 2/28/88, 1F
    • 1989: Pilgrimages take paths to the past, 3/30/89, 3D
    • 1990: It's the season for trips to the past, 3/4/90, 1F; 3/29/90, 9E
    • 1991: Homes on tour, 3/7/91, 6E
    • 1991: Journey into the past, 3/28/91, 3E
    • 1992: Coast and Vicksburg pilgrimages begin, 3/18/93, 3E; 3/19/92, 3E
    • 1992: Final weekend: Aberdeen, Carrollton, etc., 4/9/92, 7E
    • 1993: From Laurel to Yazoo City, 3/25/93, 9E; 4/15/93, 3E
  • Pilliod of Mississippi, Inc
    • NLRB continues probe, 8/23/88, 8B
  • Pillman, Naka
    • Her 'African Diary' to be published by Quail Ridge Press, 6/6/90, 1D
  • Pilots
    • 11 year old, 6/15/87, 1A
    • Close formation aerobatic team flying vintage T-6's, 10/29/91, 1D
    • Columbia's man's suicide and secret life stun friends, 10/28/89, 1A
    • Mars and Thompson in Mississippi flying marathon, 3/1/93, 1D
    • Missing in Vietnam
      • Remains returned after 16 years, 5/29/89, 1A
    • Navy pilots die after mid-air collision over Macon, 4/14/89, 1A; 4/15/89, 1B
    • Rutan and Yeager, 12/24/86, 1A
    • World War II
      • Remains found in Burma, 11/12/87, 1A
  • Pilots SEE ALSO Dutch and Javanese pilots (World War II)
  • Pine Belt Boys and Girls Club
    • Judge credits it with reducing juvenile crime, 11/14/94, 8A
  • Pine Belt Cablevision
    • AG Moore files lawsuit: unfair trade practices, 6/9/94, 5B
    • City wasn't contacted on AG Moore's lawsuit, 6/11/94, 5B
  • Pine Belt Education Service Center
    • Laurel school helps problem students, 2/2/93, 4B
  • Pine Belt Regional Education Service Center
    • Laurel alternative school, 3/3/92, 4B
  • Pine forests
    • Beetles widespread, 6/9/85, 1B
    • Growth declining, 1/26/86, 1C
  • Pine Hills casino SEE Dockside gambling, Harrison County
  • Pine Hills Hotel
    • Pass Christian
      • Attempt at restoration, 3/3/86, 1A
      • Plans to demolish, 6/5/86, 1B
  • Pine Street
    • Jackson
      • City Council to consider closing, 8/9/86, 1B
      • Fence dispute, 6/20/86, 1B
    • Jackson-Council refuses reopen request
      • 8/13/, 8/13/86, 1B
  • Pine trees
    • Forestry Commission bureaucracy, 6/8/87, 1B
  • Pinehurst Hotel
    • Laurel, 6/16/87, 1D
  • Pines Club
    • Saucier
      • Raided for serving to minors, 7/28/91, 3B
  • Piney Woods
    • Birthday of Laurence Jones is commemorated
      • LeRoy Walker is speaker, 11/21/94, 1B
    • Books reveal founder's story, 2/14/88, 3F
    • Celebrates Laurence Jones' 109th birthday, 11/18/91, 1A
    • Charles Beady new head, 3/2/86, 1B; 3/3/86, 1A
    • Circle of Churches donation base to be revived, 2/26/94, 1D
    • College-hunting trip for seniors funded by Gulfport couple, 9/29/93, 1A
    • Ex-Nurse files suit over overtime pay, 8/8/89, 3B
    • Featured on '60 Minutes', 1/4/93, 1B; 12/28/92, 1A
    • Fire on campus burns 4 acres, 9/14/93, 5B
    • Founders Day marked, 3/7/94, 1A
    • Junior ROTC program started, 5/11/93, 1A
    • Mike Espy speech, 3/9/87, 3B
    • Paul Davis starts teaching physics, 4/15/86, 1D
    • Rev. Samuel Thompson, new chaplain, 12/5/87, 1C
    • School marks Founder's Day, 3/14/88, 1A
    • School teaches the whole child, 6/15/90, 4B
    • Student Sidney Jones is great-grandson of founder Laurence Jones, 1/5/92, 1A
    • To be featured on '60 Minutes', 6/8/92, 1A; 7/28/92, 4B
    • Valedictorian going to Princeton University, 6/7/93, 1B
    • Will continue to expel pregnant students, 8/16/94, 1B
    • Wynton Marsalis benefit, 4/24/94, 1E
  • Piney Woods Country Life School- SEE: Piney Woods
  • Pinkham, Paula SEE Murder, Raleigh
  • Pinkston, Randall
    • Mississippi native is CBS White House correspondent, 1/24/92, 1E
  • Pinocchio (Movie)
    • Restored film opens in Jackson, 6/25/92, 1D
  • Pins SEE Service award pins
  • Pioneer and Indian Festival
    • Annual event held on Natchez Trace, 10/20/94, 7E; 10/24/91, 3E
    • At Crafts Center on Natchez Trace, 10/18/90, 3E; 10/21/93, 12E
  • Pioneer Recovery Systems
    • Future uncertain, 8/18/85, 4G
  • Pipe bombs
    • Bomb explodes in Humphrey's County sheriff's office, 5/28/91, 2B; 5/29/91, 1A
    • Carthage man sentenced to 8 months on pipe bomb charge, 7/20/90, 1B
    • Jackson man Robert Greenlee gets 5+ years in pipe bomb case, 4/3/93, 4B
    • Robert Greenlee of Jackson arrested for making bombs, 11/14/91, 1A
  • Pipe smoking
    • Is there tolerance for thoughtful pipe enthusiasts?, 1/8/91, 1D
  • Pipe smoking SEE Smoking
  • Pipeline (Jackson County) SEE Jackson County Industrial Water System
  • Pipelines
    • Gas-line crack in Reservoir area disrupts service, 12/22/94, 5B
    • Hinds County
      • Fear causes county to remove pipeline near Byram, 7/12/91, 4B
    • Homeless man discovers gas leak at old Jatran building, 6/16/94, 4B
    • Mississippi, 1H; 6/21/87, 1B
    • Pipeline compressor noise disturbing southern Hinds County, 5/16/90, 5B
    • Southern Natural Gas line explodes in Attala County, 1/15/94, 1B
    • Tupelo
      • Rupture cuts off heat, 12/24/90, 1A, 12/25/90, 1A, 1B; 12/26/90, 1A
    • Venting of gas pipeline causes big boom in Jackson, 3/7/90, 1A
  • Pipes
    • Burst pipes in many cities across Mississippi, 12/27/89, 1B
    • Contaminated pipe in Mississippi schools, 9/5/89, 1A; 9/6/89, 1A; 9/11/89, 1B; 9/17/89, 1A
    • Contaminated pipe in state parks, 9/20/89, 1A; 9/21/89, 1B; 9/22/89, 1A; 9/23/89, 3B
    • Radioactive pipes in playground equipment, 6/26/87,1A; 6/27/87, 1A+; 6/30/87, 1B
      • State tests, 7/5/87, 1A; 7/8/87,1A; 7/9/87, 3B
  • Pippen, Chip
    • Jackson Police, 12/20/87, 1E
    • Police spokesman reassigned to street duty, 6/13/91, 5B
  • Pippen, John SEE JATRAN
  • Piptone, Louis
    • Businesswoman irked at denial of tax exemption, 6/23/94, 4B
  • Pirate
    • Curse
      • Pitcher Point, 3/8/87, 1E
  • Pisarev, Vadim SEE Ballet Mississippi;SEE Dontesk Ballet Theater
  • Piscatella, Joe
    • Cookbook author brings message to Jackson, 10/16/91, 1D
  • Pisgah High School
    • Students score above average on ACT, 2/25/90, 12A
  • Pisgah, Mississippi
    • All juniors at Pisgah High School pass literacy test, 5/27/89, 1A
  • Pistol linceses SEE Gunslinger law
  • Pistols SEE Gun control; Gunslinger law
  • Pit bull dogs
    • Assault charges filed against Simpson County owners, 12/17/91, 1B
    • Attack Simpson County man; dogs destroyed, 12/6/91, 1B; 12/8/91, 3B; 12/16/91, 1B
    • Biloxi dog returned to owner; cat-owning neighbor complains, 4/27/91, 4B
    • Bite girl, 10/15/87, 2B
    • Boys attacked in south Jackson; Kenneth Shows owns dogs, 5/30/92, 5B
    • Fighting, 6/22/87, 1B
    • Florence man must get rid of dogs or lose insurance, 6/11/89, 1A
    • Humane Society puts 15 pit bulls to sleep, 4/5/90, 5B
    • Indianola ordinance banning pit bulls is opposed, 7/19/90, 1A
    • Mauls neighbor's dog, 7/30/87, 1B
    • Owner sentenced to jail for dog's attack on child, 2/19/89, 4B
    • Pro and con, 7/26/87, 2G
    • Ridgeland eases restrictions, 4/23/92, 1A
    • Woman bitten in south Jackson, 12/7/94, 1B
  • Pitcher Point, 3/8/87, 1E
  • Pitchford, Lonnie
    • Bluesman to have Rooster Blues album, 2/20/92, 6E
  • Pittman, Ed
    • Black support, 7/31/87, 1B
    • Budget excess, 7/3/87, 1B
    • Campaign '87, 7/24/87, 1A
    • Considers US House or State Supreme Court, 10/27/87, 1B
    • Criticized by Mississippi Wildlife Fed., 3/27/87, 1B
    • Doubted Stone's qualifications, 10/12/87, 1B
    • Expected to qualify for Supreme Ct. bid, 1/7/88, 1B
    • First Mississippi Bank chief testifies, 9/16/86, 1A
    • Gubernatorial plans, 3/19/87, 4B
    • Increase teacher pay if elected governor, 4/22/87, 3B
    • Irl Dean Rhodes case
      • Ray Mabus, 10/31/87, 1A
    • Mistake in Pruett's retrial, 6/9/87, 1B; 6/12/87, 3B
    • Office is umbrella for legal questions, 11/7/85, 1B
    • Personal finances, 1/8/87, 1B
    • Probe into campaign contributions, 9/12/86, 1A
    • Says court should attune to public, 10/27/88, 1B
    • Settles Chickasaw cession suit, 12/21/86, 1B
    • Sues Irl Dean Rhodes, 5/21/87, 1A; 5/27/87, 1A
    • Suit against LeFlore County tax assessor, 5/32/87, 2B
    • Sworn in as a state Supreme Court justice, 1B; 1/4/89
    • Teacher pay raise pledge, 5/1/87, 1B
    • To be sworn in Jan. 3 as justice on state Supreme Court, 12/30/88, 3B
    • Wants ethics panel suit dismissed, 10/12/86, 1B
    • Wins election to Mississippi Supreme Court, 11/9/88, 1B
    • Work as Attorney General hampers him as judge, 4/8/89, 3B
  • Pittman, Gail
    • Business profile
      • Gail Pittman Inc., custom designed ceramics, 1/23/89, 4E
  • Pittman, Gail SEE Gail Pittman Inc
  • Pittman, George
    • MC English professor's Shakespeare festival, 4/23/90, 1E
  • Pittman, Luther
    • Circuit Judge from Raleigh dies ar age 69, 12/3/90, 1B
  • Pittman, Robert
    • Mr. MTV quits old job, 12/2/87, 8B
  • Pittman, William
    • 1978 charge of receiving stolen property were dropped, 3/28/89, 1B
    • 2 plead innocent in sex case, 1/10/90, 2B
    • Admits photographing teen sex acts, 7/8/89, 1A
    • Bail reduction asked in circuit court, 6/13/92, 4B
    • Bond set for man accused of filming sex with youths, 3/28/89, 1A
    • Case may develop charges against Jackson lawyers, 7/11/89, 1A
    • Claims money woes, wants state attorney, 9/26/89, 1B
    • Coast judge James E. Thomas to hear sodomy cases, 3/14/90, 1B
    • Defendant Moore to prosecutors: what about you?, 3/8/90, 1B
    • Defendant Sebastian Moore says sex charges will be dropped, 4/25/90, 1B
    • Defendants plea bargain in teen sex-ring case(Gressett, Deweese), 10/23/90, 1B
    • Denied new trial by Court of Appeals, 7/25/90, 1B
    • District Attorney names Joe Clay Hamilton prosecutor, 12/1/89, 1A; 12/2/89, 1B
    • District Attorney Peters seeks state advice, 11/8/89, 1A
    • District Attorney's office will continue to work on case, 11/23/89, 1B
    • Father and daughter booked in sex case, 12/19/89, 1B
    • Federal prosecutors ask for deferral, 8/4/89, 1B
    • Fires attorney, withdraws guilty plea, 9/15/89, 1B; 9/19/89, 1B
    • Given 20 years in teen sex case, 9/30/89, 1A
    • Grand jury looks into prostitution case, 12/10/89, 1B; 12/12/89, 1B; 12/15/89, 1B
    • Grand jury will hear sex case evidence, 11/22/89, 1A
    • Guilty plea in 1989 case set aside by Judge, 5/28/92, 1A; 6/3/92, 1B
    • Harrison County judge dismisses charges against group, 6/14/91, 1A
    • Hearing delayed, 4/8/89, 1B
    • Hinds County prosecutor sues TV station for slander, 4/4/90, 1B
    • His attorney wants to examine girls' records, 6/27/89, 1A
    • Indicted on 3 more charges in child porn case, 5/12/89, 1B
    • Jackson detectives interview him on other suspects, 10/4/89, 4B
    • Jackson police continue investigation of involvement by others, 10/5/89, 1A
    • Judge hears arguments on oral sex, 4/23/90, 1B
    • Judge refuses request for sentencing delay, 9/28/89, 1B
    • Judge removes word 'sodomy' from indictments, 4/24/90, 1B
    • Judge to rule on unsealing court documents, 10/11/89, 1B
    • Judge to say Monday if man allowed bond, 3/25/89, 1B
    • Judge Wingate won't unseal papers with case ongoing, 10/13/89, 1B
    • Last suspect surrenders in case, 1/3/90, 1B
    • Lawyer representing girl is being investigated, 4/28/89, 1A
    • Lawyer says search of his house illegal, 6/29/89, 3B
    • Lawyer seeking to have 3 sex charges dropped, 6/6/89, 1B
    • Lawyers among 6 people arrested in sex case, 12/16/89, 1A; 12/17-18/89, 1B
    • Lawyers want decision on constitutionality of unatural sex law, 10/12/90, 1B
    • Lewis Powell's doubts in national sodomy case affect charges, 11/6/90, 1B
    • May have made nude photos at Vicksburg military park, 7/1/89, 1A; 7/3/89, 1B
    • One of charges dismissed, 6/9/89, 2B
    • Other arrests expected in sex scandal, 9/20/89, 1A
    • Parents' property put up for bond, 6/17/92, 1B
    • Peters will obtain outside help in investigation, 10/13/89, 1B
    • Playboy Magazine looking at case, 1/17/90, 1B
    • Pleads guilty in sex case, 7/15/89, 1A
    • Police say additional arrests are near, 11/18/89, 2B; 11/21/89, 1B
    • Police will not charge 2 alleged teenage prostitutes, 12/30/89, 1A
    • Rankin County DA says court order will slow inquiry, 4/22/89, 1A
    • Rankin County now holds him on sex charges, 6/9/92, 1A; 6/10/92, 1B
    • Rankin DA seeks investigation of lawyers linked to sex with children, 3/29/89, 1A
    • Rankin DA won't comment on delay in hearing, 7/7/89, 1B
    • Rankin man held on sex charges, 3/22/89, 1B
    • Rankin man indicted on sex charges, 3/14/89, 1A
    • Reimers and Kim Deweese surrender in sex case, 12/29/89, 1B
    • Reimers given immunity for cooperation in investigation, 11/10/90, 1B
    • Says being treated unfairly by Rankin County, 7/1/89, 1A
    • Sentenced to 3 1/2 years in sex case, 9/29/89, 1A
    • Sentencing of 5 counts of filming sex acts, 7/21/89, 2B; 7/22/89, 2B
    • Sues 'Clarion-Ledger,' charging false statements, 12/20/90, 4B
    • Suspect Moore asks jury selection be closed, 3/6/90, 1B
    • Suspect Reimers asks charges be dropped, claims immunity, 6/19/90, 3B
    • Teenage prostitute list contains 11 not arrested, 10/11/90, 1A
    • Trial set for July, 4/18/89, 3B
    • Wants trial closed, 6/23/89, 1B
    • Wants trial outside Rankin County, 5/23/89, 3B; 6/8/89, 2B; 6/16/89, 1B
    • Will borrow money to pay federal fine, 5/1/93, 1B
  • Pitts, Gary
    • Proposes tax break for joining neighborhood watch groups, 6/19/92, 2B
  • Pitts, Jerry
    • Single father, 6/18/89, 1E
  • Pizinski, Mike SEE Football players
  • Pizitz, Inc
    • Acquired by McRae's, 1/31/87, 8B
    • McRae merger, 2/22/87, 1G
  • Pizza
    • Executive
      • Frank Meeks, 4/26/87, 1G
  • Pizza Hut
    • Buys 27 Mississippi Pizza Inns, 7/2/88, 8B
  • Pizza murder
    • 3 plead innocent, 5/14/87, 1A
    • 4 charged in slaying, 4/21/87, 1A
    • Accused killers' trials, 6/3/87, 1B
    • Clemons found guilty, 8/7/87, 1A
    • Clemons'new sentencing trial must be outside Vicksburg, 3/21/92, 3B; 3/26/92, 3B
    • Clemons: I'm not killer, 8/6/87, 1B
    • Deliverer slain, suspect pleads innocent, 4/22/87, 1A
    • Execution set Jan. 4 for killer, 12/1/88, 1B
    • Given death penalty, 8/9/87, 1A
    • Judge moves trial, 6/4/87, 1B
    • Jury deliberates sentence, 8/8/87, 1B
    • State Supreme Court orders Clemons resentenced (aggravating events), 1/16/92, 1A
    • Suspect: Antonio Hay, 8/12/87, 1B; 8/13/87, 1A; 8/14/87, 1A
    • Vicksburg, 4/20/87, 1A
  • Plane crashes SEE Aircraft accidents
  • Planetarium SEE Davis Planetarium
  • Planning and Working Task Force on Criminal Justice
    • Hinds County, 5/5/94, 1B
  • Planning Commission
    • County hikes pay for zoning board members, 1/10/90, 3B
  • Plantation homes
    • Claiborne County
      • Vernalia burns, 9/5/89, 1B
    • Louisiana
      • Ghosts, 8/30/87, 1H
      • Madewood, Nottoway, Oak Alley, 8/9/92, 1F
    • No Mistake Plantation in Satartia, a bed and breakfast, 4/17/91, 1D
  • Plantation homes SEE ALSO Historic houses
  • Planters Hall
    • Vicksburg
      • Fund-raising aims at renovation, 2/4/90, 4B
  • Plants (Botany)
    • Plotkin speaks at Ole Miss on healing plants from the Amazon, 4/12/91, 1E
    • Turns sewage into water in Picayune scientist's home, 12/11/89, 1A
  • Plastic foam products
    • Ole Miss will stop using, 12/7/89, 1B
  • Plastic surgery
    • Vanity is not the most common reason, 2/16/92, 1E
  • Platoon (Movie)
    • Jackson vets reaction to, 2/6/87, 1A
  • Playboy (magazine), 1/3/87, 1A
    • College students pose for "Girls of the SEC," 8/29/89, 1A; 8/31/89, 1A
    • Doing 'Girls of the Southeastern Conference' again, 4/13/94, 1A; 4/19/94, 1B
    • Girls of the SEC issue: 3 from state schools featured, 8/30/94, 1B; 9/2/94, 1B
    • Wants to photograph Ole Miss, MSU coeds for SEC issue, 3/31/89, 1B
  • Playgirl (magazine)
    • Names Ray Mabus one of the sexiest men of 1989, 7/18/89, 1A; 7/19/89, 1B
    • Women say U.S. Attorney George Phillips sexy as Mabus, 7/20/89, 4B
  • Playground equipment (contamination problem) SEE Pipes
  • Playgrounds
    • Danger lurks among the monkey bars, 8/26/92, 1D
  • Playhouse North SEE Clinton Community Theatre
  • Plaza I and II office buildings
    • For sale, 7/17/90, 6B
  • Plazamatazz
    • At One Jackson Place, 9/3/92, 4E
  • Plea bargaining
    • Judges Evans, Bogen and Davis seek to eliminate bargainig, 10/3/93, 1B; 10/27/93, 1B
  • Pleasant Valley Methodist Church
    • Near Hazlehurst
      • Celebrates 150 years, 10/7/89, 1C
  • Pledge of Allegiance
    • House bill requiring it in schools is buried, 2/13/91, 1A
    • Said only once a week in Mississippi House, 2/14/91, 1A
  • Pless, Hubert
    • Helping hand to William Frohn, 1/7/91, 1D
  • Plotkin, Mark
    • Speaks at Ole Miss on healing plants from the Amazon, 4/12/91, 1E
  • Plumley Company
    • Belzoni company makes rubber appliance hoses, 9/`17/88, 10B
  • Plunk, Peggy Dees
    • Vancleave woman's home a postcard of the past
      • Weekend getaway, 1/2/92, 3E
  • Plunkett, Kent and Karen
    • Perseverance pays off: both graduate from med school, 5/30/93, 1A
  • Plus Models Management Ltd
    • 3/30/87, 1B
  • Plymouth/AAA Trouble Shooting contest
    • Automobile mechanics competition, 5/8/91, 2B
  • Plywood
    • Building suppliers deny price gouging before Hurricane Andrew, 8/28/92, 5B
    • Prices rise due to Hurricane Hugo, 10/27/89, 6B
  • Pneumonia vaccinations
    • Many state clinics lacking critical vaccine, 12/13/94, 1A
    • Mississippi companies, 11/24/86, 3B
  • Po' Folks
    • Restaurant review, 4/30/89, 1F
  • Poaching
    • Judge gives maximum jail time in poaching case, 1/8/89; 10D
  • Pocahontas Baptist Church
    • Burns, 9/11/87, 1B; 9/14/87, 1B
  • Pocahontas Volunteer Fire Department
    • Concern of proximity to new neighborhood park, 1/18/94, 6B
    • Equipment missing, 1/11/93, 2B; 12/14/92, 3B
    • Needs tanker truck, 9/15/91, 3B
  • Poets
    • Bar review, 8/24/89, 5G
    • Calvin Miller, 2/28/87, 1C
    • Pauline Simmons Busbee of Meridian, 4/15/94, 1E
    • Restaurant review, 6/28/87, 1F; 10/18/90, 4E
  • PoGo Bal, 6/25/87, 1B
  • Pogo sticks SEE Air Pogo
  • Poindexter, Will
    • Lawmaker-lobbyist's vote a meeting is criticized, 12/11/92, 5B
  • Poinsettias
    • Care and feeding, 12/15/86, 1D
  • Point Cadet Development Corp
    • After criminal cases, waterfront project may go ahead, 8/19/90, 8B
    • Biloxi
      • Mayor: audit threat to proj., 2/18/88, 2B
    • Biloxi council asks HUD to finish audit, 12/31/88, 1A
    • Biloxi officials may see federal audit today, 1/13/89; 3B
    • Blessey blasts FBI agent, 3/1/88, 1B
    • City of Biloxi discontinues funding, 9/18/91, 3B
    • Ex-HUD official, projects investigated, 7/19/88, 1A
    • Grand juries investigate HUD case, 7/20/88, 3B
    • Grand jury faces deadline to end probe, 3/28/89, 3B
    • Grand Jury reconvenes on project, 7/9/88, 1B
    • HUD allows city to keep contested $249,930, 1/9/92, 3B
    • HUD audit finds no wrongdoing, 3/27/92, 3B
    • Outgoing mayor and city council buy property from, 6/20/89, 5B
    • Reagan aides asked favors for Biloxi, 9/1/89, 1B
  • Points of Light
    • IBM office in Jackson recognized, 12/23/92, 5B
    • Mississippi winners listed, 8/12/92, 1B; 9/28/92, 2B; 10/18/92, 3B
  • Poison Control Center
    • UMC service, 4/9/91, 1D
  • Poison ivy, 7/1/87, 1C
    • University of Mississippi researchers have developed vaccine, 6/5/92, 1A
  • Poisoning
    • 72 animals poisoned at Yalobusha County hunting camp, 3/20/91, 1A
    • Schlater incident awakens Delta to farm dangers, 4/10/91, 2B
    • Schlater woman mistakes poison for pepper; 5 hospitalized, 3/19/91, 1B; 3/20/91, 2B
  • Poitevin, Susan
    • Camden woman is calligrapher/card designer, 11/8/93, 1D
  • Poker party
    • Senatobia
      • Suspects questioned in robbery and murder of 6 poker players, 4/5/92, 5B
      • Tennessee man Dennis Harris pleads guilty to 5 slayings, 10/1/92, 13A
  • Poland, Shay SEE Crump, Walter 'Jimmy'
  • Police academy SEE Law Enforcement Training Academy
  • Police attorney SEE Morris, Lester
  • Police beatings SEE ALSO Police brutality
  • Police beatings, Clarksdale
    • Six officers suspended in beating case, 9/10/91, 2B; 9/11/91, 2B
  • Police beatings, Hattiesburg
    • Judge dismisses Edward Fairly's suit, 4/15/94, 3B
  • Police beatings, Jackson
    • (Barton) Beaten by 4 policemen, man claims, 8/8/93, 1B
    • (Barton) Danks to represent beating victim, 8/11/93, 1B
    • (Kennedy)
      • Family claims youth beaten at restaurant, 7/14/92, 5B
    • (Law) Assualt charges dropped; civil suit pursued, 11/18/92, 1A
    • (Law) Callers angry about beating video, 8/25/91, 5B
    • (Law) Files lawsuit; claims jail beatings 'widespread', 12/5/91, 4B
    • (Law) Houston asks judge to block a second trial, 9/17/91, 5B
    • (Law) Houston goes on trial for assault, 9/12/91, 1A
    • (Law) Houston trial begins, 11/17/92, 1B
    • (Law) Law fined $100 for striking Officer Houston, 10/29/91, 5B
    • (Law) Mistrial declared in Houston's assault trial, 9/14/91, 1A
    • (Law) No witnesses to woman's beating are reprimanded, 8/23/91, 1A
    • (Law) Suit is dismissed, 6/8/93, 4B
    • (Law) Tape shows beating at Jackson City Jail, 4/12/91, 1A; 4/13/91, 1A
    • (Law) Witness describes nightstick beating, 9/13/91, 1A
    • (Manning) Officers reimbursed for defense charges, 4/20/94, 4B
    • (Russum et.al.) in traffic incident, 4/28/93, 4B; 4/29/93, 1B; 4/30/93, 1B
    • (Thomas) 4 Officers charged in beating, 4/23/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Accused officers will be terminated, 4/25/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Amidst bitterness, the five officers repin badges, 10/25/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Beating has made Earnest Thomas 'paranoid', 4/26/91, 5B
    • (Thomas) FBI being brought into beating case, 4/24/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Fired officers regain jobs with back pay, 10/24/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Gaddis won't be reinstated, Walker says, 7/19/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) July trial date set, 6/6/91, 5B; 7/17/91, 4B
    • (Thomas) Lawyers expect dismissal of charges for 3, 7/25/91, 4B
    • (Thomas) Officer Gaddis acquittted in beating case, 7/18/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Officers seeking reinstatement, 10/10/91, 2B; 10/11/91, 4B
    • (Thomas) Overreaction charged in firing; appeals likely, 5/1/91, 1A
    • (Thomas) Thomas is arrested for assault, 5/12/91, 1B; 6/25/91, 3B
    • (Tillman) Officer Jernigan ordered to pay him $25,000, 12/7/91, 5B
    • Police accused of beating 2 suspects in separate incidents, 9/10/91, 5B
  • Police beatings, Morton
    • Suit charges police struck handcuffed man, 8/1/91, 3B
  • Police brutality, Clinton
    • Man Rayford Bradshaw seeks $15Million in lawsuit, 12/7/91, 5B
  • Police brutality, Hattiesburg
    • Suit rejected, ex-cop wins damages, 4/28/90, 5B
  • Police brutality, Jackson
    • Anthony Jones awarded $6000: use of excessive force, 8/26/94, 4B
    • Diabetic Aaron Spann suing Police Department, 12/13/93, 1B
    • Jackson NAACP lodges complaints on 3 instances, 6/24/93, 1B
    • Jackson police subject of federal probe, 1/8/93, 1A
  • Police brutality, Mississippi
    • When does force become excessive?, 3/8/92, 1A, 12A
  • Police brutality, Pearl
    • Man charges Police Chief Magee with assault, 9/10/93, 5B
  • Police chases SEE Automobile chases
  • Police chiefs SEE ALSO Police
  • Police dogs SEE K-9 Corps (police dogs)
  • Police Explorers
    • Reach-out program for inner-city youth, 5/9/92, 4B; 6/5/93, 1B
  • Police Friends of Isable
    • Mentor program pairing students and police, 4/9/92, 3B
  • Police scanners
    • Becoming popular in Jackson: may interfere with police work, 6/20/93, 1B
  • Police standoff, Claiborne County
    • Man ousted by Patrol SWAT team, 1/5/92, 3B
  • Police standoff, Forest
    • Standoff ends, 4 teenage hostages freed, 6/28/94, 3B
  • Police standoff, Jackson
    • Borden arrested; Goodson city's 49th homicide, 9/6/91, 1B; 9/7/91, 5B
    • Man captured by police after falling asleep, 11/29/89, 5B
    • Man Tommy Davis threatens to burn himself up, 9/9/93, 1A; 9/10/93, 1B
    • Police say two weapons possibly used in slaying of Goodson, 9/13/91, 4B
    • South Jackson standoff ends after 6 hours, 6/28/93, 1A
  • Police standoff, Tchula
    • 1 dies, 1 hurt, man faces charges, 10/13/94, 3B
  • Police sweeps (Jackson) SEE Crime rate, Jackson
  • Police sweeps (Jackson) SEE Drug raids
  • Police union, Jackson, 1/8/87, 1B; 2/5/87, 3B
    • Black vote, 1/30/87, 3B
    • Breakfasts, 2/10/82
    • City Council committee vote, 2/4/87, 1A
    • City Council refusal to vote, 2/11/87, 1B
    • Danks opposes pay proposal, 8/10/85, 1A
    • Editorial, 1/13/87, 8A
    • Mayor and Council at odds, 12/9/86, 1B
    • Opposition, 1/20/87, 1A
    • Public debate, 1/14/87, 1B
    • Public hearing, 1/21/87, 1A
    • Seeks opinion on striking ability, 8/14/85, 1A
  • Police, Jackson SEE Jackson Police Department
  • Police, McComb
    • Fatal shooting by police protested, 8/1/90, 1A; 8/2/90, 1A; 8/3/90, 1A; 8/11/90, 1B
  • Police, Mississippi
    • Bullet-resistant vest saves deputy in drug raid, 4/3/93, 1B
    • Consider upgrading firepower, 12/17/89, 1A
  • POLICE, MISSISSIPPI
    • COUNTRY COP; CITY COP; SAME CRIMES, 10/20/91, 1A
  • Police, Mississippi
    • It's your right: how to file complaint against police, 10/13/91, 1G
    • Law Enforcement Assault Committee studies police slayings, 9/23/92, 2B
    • New 9-week training session begins in Jackson, 9/3/90, 1A
    • State adds 52 new officers thanks to federal crime bill, 10/8/94, 1B
  • Polio
    • Jackson Polio Support Group, 6/8/93, 1D
    • Victims say it strikes twice, 3/13/88, 1C
  • Political action committees, 5/18/87, 3B
    • Contributions in '87 campaign, 8/28/87, 1B
    • Dental group's checks legal, 3/24/88, 1A
    • Espy has nearly a million dollars in contributions, 7/11/91, 1B
    • Funds: Espy tops state list, 2/24/88, 3B
    • NRA greatly outspends Handgun Control Inc in Mississippi, 12/5/93, 1A
    • Out-of-state contributors can be kept secret, 1/14/93, 1B
  • Political advertising SEE Television advertising
  • Political campaigns
    • High-cost campaigns come to Mississippi, 6/11/89, 1B
  • Political contributions SEE Campaign funds
  • Political parties
    • Mississippi
      • Face transition during election yr, 12/13/87, 1A
  • Political signs SEE Campaign signs
  • Politicians
    • History shows incumbents a powerful force in politics, 2/17/91, 1H
    • Lack of opposition to incumbents in Mississippi delegation, 4/8/90, 1H
  • Politicians SEE ALSO Women in politics
  • Polk, Amos SEE WWDF-AM
  • Polk, Ron
    • MSU baseball coach decides to stay in Starkville, 4/24/91, 1A
    • MSU baseball coach to resign, 4/9/91, 1A, 1C
  • Polk, Willie James
    • Suspect in Port Gibson slayings, 2/14/89, 1A
  • Pollard, Frank
    • Back at 1st Baptist pulpit, 5/5/86, 1B
    • First Baptist minister honored in Best Sermon competition, 9/1/90, 1D
    • Home burns, 8/25/93, 1A, 7A
    • Named co-chair of pre-Baptist Convention effort in Atlanta, 11/17/90, 1C
    • Sermons to be televised in Russia, 5/30/92, 1D
  • Pollard, Sam Arthur
    • Security guard charged with murder of Johnny Robinson, 9/2/94, 5B
  • Pollen
    • It's not the yellow pine pollen that's causing the sniffles, 3/14/90, 1A
  • Polling places
    • Hinds County
      • Change, 5/18/87, 3B
  • Polls
    • Bobby's Barbershop, 8/4/87, 1B
    • Education is top priority in 'Clarion-Ledger' poll, 8/4/91, 1A, 13A
    • Governor's race, 7/31/87, 1A
    • Legislature too large, respondents say, 8/5/91, 4A
    • Majority wants end to lawmakers' secret meetings, 8/5/91, 1A, 4A
    • Media poll shows Mabus ahead, 7/10/87, 4B
    • Mississippi State University
      • Many apathetic about reforming government, 5/26/88, 2B
    • Mississippians want more funds for AIDS, farms, 2/11/88, 1A
    • Planetarium
      • Bottlers donate $30,000 to student space proj., 2/17/88, 2B
    • Restaurant poll
      • CS's, 8/1/87, 1B
    • USM
      • Mississippians views, 4/14/87, 1B
  • Pollution control
    • Bolton
      • Must pay fine or face lawsuit, 5/11/88, 1B
    • Jackson
      • Ban on new sewer hookups, 6/14/88, 3B
      • City faces fines, 12/4/86, 1B
      • Spends $32,000 on police car devices, 12/5/86, 1B
    • Mississippi
      • Anti-pollution efforts may feel budget crunc, 2/27/86, 1B
      • Hopes to restore Delta lakes, 5/10/88, 3B
      • PCB contamination may close state streams, 12/2/88, 1B
      • Pollutants hazardous in homes, 4/17/89, 14E
      • Programs short of manpower, funds, 3/6/88, 1B
      • State index ranking, 6/5/87, 1A
      • To probe hazardous waste complaint, 3/19/88, 3B
    • Mississippi SEE ALSO Clean Air Council
    • Natchez
      • Chemical drums bother Bureau, 7/22/88, 2B
      • Complaints about old tire dump, 8/24/88, 1A
      • Contaminated water found, 5/13/88, 1B
      • Suit filed: Armstrong Rubber Co, 9/7/88, 1A
      • Toxic tours, 6/8/88, 1B
  • Pollution Solution Alliance
    • Brings new urgency to waste site fights, 12/20/92, 1C
    • In dispute with MMA over state waste disposal site, 12/17/92, 5B
  • Polo
    • Jackson Polo Club, 5/14/86, 1C
    • Polo in the swamp: Louisian Polo Club, 10/14/90, 1F
  • Poly Plastic Products of Mississippi
    • Flora, 4/9/88, 8B
  • Polygraph tests
    • Employees apprehensive
      • 9/22/86, 3B; 9/22/86, 1B
  • Polymer Science Research Center SEE University of Southern Mississippi
  • Ponchatoula, Louisiana
    • The place to buy antiques
      • Weekend getaway, 12/19/91, 3F
  • Ponds
    • Man-made ponds gain popularity as additions to home landscapes, 2/17/94, 4B
  • Ponthieux, Joe
    • Gets life term, 5/22/86, 1B; 5/23/86, 1A; 5/24/86, 1B
    • Judge rejects appeal, 12/30/92, 3B
  • Pontotoc County
    • Reputation as most corrupt county, 8/31/87, 1B
  • Pontotoc County Public Schools
    • Confiscated drug money to help build school, 12/10/91, 3B
  • Pontotoc County Supervisors, 2/19/87, 1A
  • Pontotoc, Mississippi
    • Pontotoc Historic Tour
      • Weekend getaway, 9/3/92, 3E
  • Pool (game)
    • Jackson women's team competes in Busch League finals, 9/29/89, 1E
    • Seven-year-old Jody Simpson from Stonewall, 3/16/90, 4B
  • Pool halls
    • Jackson, 7/7/85, 1B
  • Poole, Charles
    • Injured Natchez teenager fighting his back, 3/15/92, 1B; 5/24/93, 1A
  • Poole, Michael
    • Penn State student/bank robber pleads guilty, 9/25/92, 2B
    • Wants to get training while serving prison term, 12/5/92, 1B
  • PooPoo ChooChoo SEE Sludge train
  • Poor People's Crusade
    • Jackson
      • Calls for more jobs, 4/9/88, 3B
  • Pop's Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 7/17/88, 1F
    • Review, 7/17/88, 1F
  • Popcorn SEE Robbery, Jackson---Popcorn...
  • Pope John Paul II
    • Mississippians going to New Orleans, 9/6/87, 1A
    • Rocking chair built for, 9/3/87, 1A
    • Starkville band to play, 9/11/87, 1A
    • USM professor John De Chiaro to play guitar for the Pope, 9/11/94, 1A
    • Visit to New Orleans, 9/12/87, 1A+; 9/13/87, 1A+
      • Mississippi connections, 8/29/87, 1C
    • Visit to New Orleans and Mississippians, 5/3/87, 3B
  • Pope John Paul II SEE ALSO World Youth Day
  • Pope, Donna
    • Choreographer, 7/18/86, 1C
  • Pope, Jimmy SEE Ware, Von
  • Pope, Mississippi, 6/12/88, 5B
    • Pope woman on death row gets new trial, 9/11/88, 5B
  • Popeyes Famous Chicken
    • Employee chases and catches robber, 6/8/92, 2B
    • Family sues, claiming fried mouse in food, 4/1/91, 3B; 4/2/91, 1B
    • New logo unveiled at new Byram store
      • John Solomon, franchisor, 11/18/93, 4B
    • Restaurant wins fried-mouse case, 4/3/91, 1B
    • Tones down colors for Madison outlet, 7/23/94, 5B; 10/23/93, 5B
  • Poplar trees SEE Tulip poplar trees
  • Poplarville High School
    • Project Graduation, an all-night cruise, 5/25/90, 4B
  • Poplarville Public Schools
    • Dead baby found in restroom, 12/16/89, 1B
  • Poplarville Upper Elementary School
    • REACH program, 3/2/90, 4B
    • Seminars an 'eigth period' for parents, 10/9/90, 4H
  • Poplarville, Mississippi
    • Blueberry Jubilee
      • Weekend Getaway, 6/6/91, 3E
    • Has changed since Mack Charles Parker's lynching, 4/24/89, 1A
  • Poppers
    • Nightclub, 7/22/87, 1A; 7/24/87, 1B; 7/25/87, 3B
  • Population, Jackson
    • Growth mainly outside county, 10/3/88, 1A
  • Population, Mississippi
    • 1990 census figures for cities and counties, 9/2/90, 16A
    • 29,000 increase in population attributed to gaming industry, 12/29/94, 1B
  • POPULATION, MISSISSIPPI
    • PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE
      • 2,534,814 (Clarion-Ledger, 8/18/90, 1B
  • Population, Mississippi
    • Study: Population shifts, history hurt state Democrats, 1A; 1/13/89
  • Por of Pascagoula SEE ALSO Ports
  • Porcelain dolls
    • Doll maker, 4/21/87, 1C
  • Pornography SEE ALSO Adult entertainment centers
  • Pornography SEE ALSO Pittman, William; Chepko, Milan
  • Pornography, Brandon
    • Protestors picket 2 video stores, 11/1/88, 1B
  • Pornography, Jackson
    • City prosecutors urged to fight, 11/21/86, 1B
    • Key Elementary students of man with photos, 9/14/89, 1B
    • Protestors picket, 5/8/87, 1B
    • Store owner, 2 employees draw fines, 7/31/86, 1A
    • Test case of law, 7/30/86, 1B
    • Warrent issued for anti-porn demonstration, 8/23/86, 1B
  • Pornography, Mississippi
    • Court ruling, 2/27/86, 1B
    • Judge reinstates porn law, 4/11/86, 1A
    • Laws against strengthened, 5/10/86, 1A
    • Seminar gives strategy to fight, 11/7/87, 1C
    • State man charged in childporn ring, 11/19/86, 1A
  • Pornography, Rankin County
    • Officials investigating child pornography case, 1B; 1/13/89
  • Pornography, Tupelo, 7/12/86, 1B
    • Arrested video dealer challenges state law, 8/19/94, 3B
    • Christian group wants to edit cable TV, 6/10/86, 1B
    • Commissions report touted, 7/6/86, 1A; 9/22/85, 1A
    • Group:"Jesus" movie "perverted," 7/12/88, 1A; 7/13/88, 1A
  • Pornography, West Point and Tupelo, 2/15/87, 1G
  • Porsche (Automobile), 2/15/87, 1E
  • Port (Wilkinson County) SEE Wilkinson County
  • Port Authority
    • Director Duke resigns, 3/3/88, 8B
    • Should rethink containerization, 3/13/88, 1H
    • William W. Edwards hired as head, 7/28/89, 6B
  • Port Gibson Pilgrimage, 1992, 3/26/92, 7E
  • Port Gibson Public Schools
    • Crossroads programs in art, 4/24/90, 4B
  • Port Gibson, Mississippi, 8/14/88, 3B
    • Citizens hold anti-violence rallies, 11/11/93, 3B
    • Clerk ordered to repay $129,888, 3/22/89, 1B
    • Federal building will house homeless, 7/1/89, 4B
    • Golden hand from Presbyterian Church repaired, 4/26/90, 5B; 6/17/90, 1E
    • Main Street Heritage Festival, 3/24/94, 20E
    • Policeman held in shooting; tensions high, 9/8/91, 6B
    • The past preserved, 3/18/90, 1F
  • Port Itawamba
    • Rail spur will mean growth Fulton officials say, 6/12/92, 3B
  • Port of Gulfport
    • $48 Million dredging project to boost state's growth, 11/25/90, 1G
    • Along with Mobile has head start on Cuba trade, 6/19/94, 1C
    • Bill Duke, port director, resigns, 3/3/88, 8B
    • Chiquita Brands agrees to use port through 2008, 6/26/93, 6B
    • Deep harbor channel has meant susbstantial new business, 7/13/94, 5B
    • Deep harbor channel is dedicated, 4/9/94, 5B
    • Funding approved for deeper channel, 6/28/90, 6B
    • Gulfport port waits for economic upturn, 5/28/89, 1G
    • Home to Odessa America Cruise Line, 6/14/94, 5B
    • M/V Sun Suma sets tonnage record for single ship, 3/8/94, 6B
    • Taxpayers depend on strategy, 5/22/88, 1G
    • Vital link in Mississippi-Mexico trade, 2/6/94, 1A
  • Port of Gulfport SEE ALSO Ports
  • Port of Pascagoula
    • California company works on automated terminal, 3/21/90, 6B
  • Port of Vicksburg, 2/15/87, 4I; 6/2/87, 8B
    • Hope for industry, 12/26/87, 4B
  • Portable classrooms SEE Classrooms
  • Portable IVs SEE Syncor IV Services
  • Porter Construction Co
    • Business hurt by Siwell Road repairs, 10/28/93, 4B
  • Porter, Bill, 7/31/85, 1B
    • Dental records match jawbone
      • 8/1/85, 1A; 8/4/85, 1A; 8/6/87, 1A
  • Porter, Claire
    • Named by Fordice as Workers' Compensation commissioner, 1/24/93, 1C; 1/25/92, 5B
  • Porter, Clara W
    • 2nd insanity test in a month, 2/9/88, 2B
    • Eula Roundtree pleads guilty, 6/13/87, 1B
    • Family seeks $ 1 Million from Roundtree, 3/5/88, 1B
    • Funeral services, 3/25/87, 1B
    • Harassing phone calls, 3/22/87, 4B; 3/23/87, 2B
    • Jackson officer add to suit, 9/20/88, 3B
    • JSU professor murder suspect arrested, 3/24/87, 1A
    • Lawyers: Judge erred in trial
      • 2/20/, 2/20/88, 4B
    • Murder, 8/21/87, 1A
    • Obituary, 3/24/87, 2B
    • One of many romances turned tragedie, 2/15/88, 1B
    • Roundtree guilty, 2/13/88, 1A
    • Roundtree meant to kill herself, 2/12/88, 1A
    • Roundtree sentenced to life, 2/17/88, 1B
  • Porter, Clara W SEE ALSO Roundtree, Eula
  • Porter, Cole
    • Edwina Ziliak remembers, 10/8/85, 1C
  • Porter, George
    • Crushed by political defeat, ex-Commissioner 'comes to terms', 4/13/90, 1E
  • Porter, H.C.
    • Opens gallery in Millsaps Avenue art colony, 5/13/90, 1F
  • Porter, Lincton and Dorothy
    • Professional Daycleaning Service
      • Business profile, 6/12/89, E section
  • Porter, Lynn
    • Awarded Carnegie Hero medal, 11/6/89, 1A
  • Portis, Talmadge
    • Honored upon retirement from Packard Electric, 6/13/92, 2B
    • Member of Commission on Work Force Excellence (portrait), 9/16/90, 1H
  • Portraits (governors) SEE Governors
  • Ports
    • Gulf Coast
      • Central America figured in port decision, 7/7/85, 1A
    • Jackson County
      • Port authority may unveil high-tech cargo-handling facility, 1/21/90, 1A
    • Mississippi
      • PEER report examines DED's running of state ports, 3/4/90, 1G
      • State ports assigned ships, 17/3/85, 1A
      • U.S. Senate appropriates $17 Million for south Mississippi projects, 7/13/91, 2B
  • Posh
    • Clothes shop
      • Peabody Hotel, 9/10/87, 1E
  • Positive Action Centers SEE Jackson Public Schools---Positive...
  • Positive Mental Attitude Breakfast Club, 10/30/92, 1E
  • Possum Town Pig Fest
    • Columbus goes whole hog, 9/22/94, 3E; 9/23/93, 10E; 9/24/92, 9E
    • In Columbus, 8/24/89, 3G; 9/26/91, 9E; 9/27/90, 8E
  • Possumneck, Mississippi, 4/13/86, 1E
    • And election, 6/14/87, 1B; 8/5/87, 2B
  • Post Office, Benton
    • Postmaster up for National Award, 8/10/87, 1A
  • Post Office, Byram
    • Fast-growing community granted post office, 3/25/92, 4B
    • Service looks at putting office in Byram, 2/1/92, 4B; 3/12/91, 5B; 5/21/91, 4B
  • Post Office, Jackson
    • And downtown revitalization, 10/16/88, Section I
    • Area service and delivery time rank very high, 12/4/91, 5B
    • Break-ins suspect Thelvin Carr released on bond, 6/17/94, 5B
    • Construction to change neighborhood, 5/24/87, 3I
    • Following the mail trail, 7/17/94, 1A, 12A
    • Gets set for Christmas mail volume, 12/8/90, 1B
    • Hours cut, 2/9/88, 1B
    • Jackson's main post office--fitting tribute to Evers, 9/4/94, 1B; 9/6/94, 1A
    • Main branch to leave Capitol St., 11/8/86, 1A
    • Main post office to be named for Medgar Evers, 5/24/94, 1B; 8/13/94, 4B
    • May deliver redevelopment in Jackson, 6/5/88, 1A
    • New office opening today, 8/15/88, 3B
    • New post office wins stamp of approval, 8/16/88, 8B
    • Officials shuffle with move, 7/9/88, 1A
    • Public invited to see new building, 8/10/88, 1B
  • Post Office, Ridgeland
    • Old post office still wanted, 3/2/88, 1B
  • Post Office, Scobey
    • Pint sized Post Office, 5/24/88, 1C
  • Post Reconstruction era
    • Mississippi
      • Looking back, 4/19/87, 1C
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
    • Children of Vietnam vetrans counseled, 9/6/93, 1B
  • Postage stamps
    • Mail-sorters glad to see postage go up, 1/24/91, 6B
    • New price 1/1/95 is 32 cents, 12/31/94, 5B
    • Post Office will issue flawed Ben Pickett stamp, 6/19/94, 1F
    • Wearing apparel now available at post offices, 6/5/90, 1D
  • Postal Business Centers
    • Aiding and advising small businesses, 7/31/92, 5B
  • Postal money orders SEE Money orders
  • Postal Service
    • U.S.
      • Studies merging Jackson office, 7/26/89, 6B
  • Postal Service Management Sectional Center
    • Tupelo facility may lose 27 jobs, 8/30/92, 2B
  • Postcard
    • Shows up in Columbus 31 years after it was mailed, 7/28/89, 5B
  • Poster contest
    • Why I am proud of Mississippi, 4/17/87, 1B
  • Postlethwaite, Samuel
    • Rolston fights to save his Conferederate grave, 10/21/93, 1B
  • Pot belly pigs SEE Pigs
  • Pot-bellied pigs
    • Harrison County Sheriff's Department uses pigs in drug searches, 5/1/94, 1A
  • Pothole Patchers Inc
    • Machine gets repair work out of hole, 9/28, 88, 8B
  • Potholes
    • Damage claims, 4/12/87, 1B
    • Jackson pothole fillers receive recognition, 10/13/92, 1B
    • Jackson Public Works crews refill after winter damage, 1/9/90, 1A
  • Poticaw fish camp
    • Small laid back community on the bayou in Jackson County, 1/1/92, 1A
  • Potpourri Artistic Repertory Theatre
    • Presents 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom', 6/26/91, 1D
  • Potpourri burners
    • Country Goose burners recalled, 12/9/87, 1B
  • Potts, Arletha
    • Deputy court clerk is charged with forging parking fines, 3/16/90, 1B; 3/17/90, 1B
    • Suspended by city for 30 days without pay, 4/27/90, 1B
  • Potts, Howard
    • Patrolman shoots Texas man who pulled gun on him on I-20, 12/23/91, 1B
  • Poultry industry SEE ALSO American Poultry Intl.; SEE Chickens
  • Poultry industry, Mississippi, 3/29/87, 1G
    • Agribusiness Council will mediate problems, 2/2/94, 5B
    • Could be state's 2nd billion dollar agribusiness, 7/31/94, 1C
    • Demand drives chicken prices, 12/4/88, 1G
    • Gamma ray-treated chickens won't be popular, 9/19/92, 5B
    • Goverment intervention could wreck industry?, 1/27/94, 5B
    • Growers losing hens to summer heat, 8/21/93, 1B
    • Japanese businessmen tour plants, 6/22/91, 8B
    • Price and popularity boost sales, 5/19/91, 1C
    • Record-breaking Mississippi shipment sent to Russia, 8/20/94, 6B
    • State processors use adequate safety measures in frying, 9/5/91, 5B
    • Surviving heat wave, 7/2/88, 8B
    • Testing new ways to reduce contamination, 6/28/91, 6B; 6/29/91, 5B
    • Tools for increased demand for chicken, 8/12/93, 5B
  • Povall, Julie
    • Member of Birmingham Southern Hilltop Singers, 2/17/90, 1D
  • Poverty Point, Louisina
    • 72-foot mystery mound
      • Weekend getaway, 1/16/92, 3E
  • Poverty, Canton
    • Cameron Street: a neighborhood in need, 6/23/93, 1A
  • Poverty, Marshall County
    • Survey links poor health/poverty, 24/27/88, B
  • Poverty, Mississippi
    • 1 in 5 in state need food stamps, 6/9/94, 1A
  • POVERTY, MISSISSIPPI
    • A FOURTH OF THE STATE IN POVERTY--NEARLY DOUBLE NATIONAL AVERAGE, 9/27/91, 1A
    • CENSUS BUREAU REPORT: 25.2% OF STATE'S CITIZENS LIVE IN POVERTY, 5/21/92, 1A
  • Poverty, Mississippi
    • Churches neglect poor's long term needs, 12/21/85, 1A,1C
    • Mabus goes to bat for Delta poor, 6/29/88, 1A
    • State has highest rate of children in poverty: 33.5%, 12/18/92, 12A
  • Poverty, United States
    • Statistics are at 27-year high, 9/4/92, 5A
  • Poverty, Walls
    • State officials target substandard housing, 10/8/90, 2B
  • POW/MIA Day SEE Vietnam veterans
  • Powe, David
    • Mississippi Delta CC president takes NASA job, 11/23/91, 3B
  • Powell, Amy Tuck
    • May challenge Trent Lott in 1994 election, 7/26/93, 1B
  • Powell, Amy Tuck SEE Elections---1991
  • Powell, Barry SEE Public defenders
  • Powell, Benjamin Dean SEE Persian Gulf War---Anguilla native...
  • Powell, Billy SEE Mississippi Republican Party
  • Powell, Boone SEE Health care, US
  • Powell, Demetria SEE Powell, LaDarius
  • Powell, Evan SEE Unfinished Gospel
  • Powell, James and Melba
    • Sense of community keeps inner-city couple where they are, 11/22/92, 1A
  • Powell, Kelly Martin
    • Jackson
      • Charged in death of Bennie Everitt, 33rd homicide in 1991, 7/9/91, 5B
  • Powell, LaDarius
    • Canton baby beaten to death, 7/15/92, 1B; 7/16/92, 1B
    • Father and a friend charged in his death, 7/17/92, 1B
    • Freeman's trial: Manslaughter is verdict, 10/29/93, 4B
    • Freemans's trial: blow to head killed infant, 10/27/93, 4B; 10/28/93, 4B
  • Powell, Stanley SEE Funchess, Shontel
  • Power Dynamics Inc SEE Army Ammunition Plant
  • Power of attorney
    • You don't have to be a lawyer..., 9/10/90, 1E
  • Power outages
    • 'Blink' affects all MP&L customers, 6/15/94, 1B
    • 600 homes in Reservoir area without power
      • MP&L seeks cause, 1/31/94, 3B
    • Crow causes outage in Clinton, 8/10/93, 4B
    • Hawk shuts off power at Gulfport substation, 11/20/93, 3B
    • Outage blamed for death of Meridian woman on respirator, 4/28/91, 6B
    • Supervisor Bennie Thompson wants better service for northwest Jackson, 8/14/90, 5B
  • Power Squadron
    • Safe sailing, 6/3/87, 1D
  • Power Team
    • Weighlifters spreading the gospel of Christ, 2/17/94, 1D
  • Powers, Anna SEE National Spelling Bee
  • POWS
    • Change of policy concerning Cambodia is welcomed, 7/22/90, 1A
  • POWs
    • Mississippi, 7/18/86, 3B; 7/19/86, 3B
      • Candidates Collins & Hall test political waters, 4/3/88, 1A
      • Is Gregory Barras alive in southeast Asia?, 4/18/92, 1A; 4/25/92, 1A
      • Yvonne Bolware survivor of Japanese POW camp, 12/18/91, 1D
  • Poynter, Lou Ann SEE Magnolia Federal Bank
  • Poythress, Don
    • Clinton singer, 2/4/86, 1C
  • Prairie Arts Festival
    • West Point, 8/29/91, 3E
  • Prairie Opportunity Inc
    • Its Community Development Block Grant restored, 3/14/92, 2B
    • Starkville agency sues Human Services over withheld funds, 3/1/92, 5B
  • Prairie Oppurtunity Inc
    • Protests Fordice's veto of support, 6/17/93, 2B
  • Pranks
    • Political pranks, 7/23/87, 1A
  • Pratt, Jack SEE Broadwater Beach Hotel
  • Pratt, William
    • Grenada businessman plants drugs on opponent in supervisor race, 4/25/91, 1B
  • Prayer
    • At football games
      • Ruling won't affect tradition in Mississippi, 5/31/89, 1A; 9/9/89, 1B
    • Seminary professor Doulgas Kelly writes book on prayer, 5/26/90, 1D
  • Prayer breakfast SEE Mayor's Leadership Prayer Breakfast
  • Prayer in schools SEE ALSO Prayer Time Inc
  • Prayer in schools, Columbus
    • School Board OKs commencement prayer, 11/13/91, 1B
  • Prayer in schools, Ecru
    • Suit seeks end to prayer at North Pontotoc Attendance Center, 12/20/94, 1B
    • Woman claims lawsuit is last resort, 1/10/95, 2B; 12/21/94, 1B; 12/23/94, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: 200 rally at Capitol, 12/1/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: advocates want Canada fired, 11/27/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: backers helping Knox financially, 1/6/94, 1A
  • PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, JACKSON
    • WINGFIELD CASE: BACKERS HOPE DEBATE LEADS TO COURT, 12/9/93, 1B(analysis)
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: Black ministers back Knox, 12/20/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: black ministers' group in support, 12/10/93, 4B
    • Wingfield case: Canada offers amnesty to protesting students, 12/2/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: Canada supporters say it's now political, 12/14/93, 5B
    • Wingfield case: father of Adam Watson plans lawsuit, 11/28/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Fordice compares issue to '60's struggle, 12/6/93, 1B
  • PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, JACKSON
    • WINGFIELD CASE: JUDGE ORDERS KNOX REINSTATED, 4/23/94, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: Kim Fails quizzes Clinton on issue, 3/22/94, 5B
    • Wingfield case: Knox appeals suspension, 1/5/94, 1A
    • Wingfield case: Knox appeals to Judge Dillard, 4/18/94, 2B
    • Wingfield case: Knox appears on 'Donahue', 1/13/94, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Knox backers urge walk out, 12/7/93, 1B; 12/8/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Knox gets job back, but no back pay yet, 6/4/94, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Knox gets support from religious groups, 11/18/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Knox ignored legal advice, 12/8/93, 1A
  • PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, JACKSON
    • WINGFIELD CASE: KNOX IS DISMISSED, 11/25/93, 1A; 11/26/93, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: Knox may appeal suspension, 12/17/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Knox offered job at Human Services, 12/10/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: Knox plans to return to job, 4/25/94, 1A; 4/26/94, 1A
    • Wingfield case: Knox reinstatement hearing, 4/19/94, 3B
  • PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, JACKSON
    • WINGFIELD CASE: KNOX TO RETURN TO JOB IN SEPTEMBER 1994, 12/16/93, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: Knox, Fordice, ACLU on CBS show, 12/11/93, 4B
    • Wingfield case: Letters-to-the-editor, 11/24/93, 10A-11A
    • Wingfield case: letters-to-the-editor, 12/2/93, 13A; 12/17/93, 18A
    • Wingfield case: lone student walks out in support of Knox, 11/23/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: more letters-to-the-editor, 12/5/93, 5G
    • Wingfield case: most students accept amnesty offer, 12/3/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: national school-prayer opponents watch case, 12/4/93, 1D
    • Wingfield case: other principals say policy 'crystal clear', 11/19/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: principal is disciplined, 11/13/93, 1A; 11/16/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Pro and con on school prayer, 12/12/93, 2G
    • Wingfield case: Rally at Capitol; Knox speaks, 12/5/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: restrictions on Knox eased, 11/24/93, 1B
    • Wingfield case: Reverend Frank Pollard's sermon, 12/5/93, 1G
    • Wingfield case: state high court prevents Knox's return, 4/28/94, 1B
    • Wingfield case: student protesters must notify police, 12/2/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: student protesters stand ground, 12/2/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: student walkout spreads, 12/4/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: students walk out in support of Knox, 11/30/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: thousands back fired principal at ralley, 11/29/93, 1A
    • Wingfield case: vacationing Knox puts plans on hold, 12/24/93, 1A
    • Wingfield group prays outside building, 9/22/94, 4B
  • Prayer in schools, Madison County, 3/10/87, 1A
    • Prayer is banned, 3/17/87, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Mississippi
    • ACLU asks judge to overturn state law, 7/16/94, 1B; 8/5/94, 1B
    • Distraction, 2 educators tell federal judge, 8/17/94, 1A
    • Fordice signs a law sure to be challenged, 4/9/94, 1B
    • Issue before Legislature, 2/7/94, 3B
    • Mississippians' concern, 3/15/87, 1A
  • PRAYER IN SCHOOLS, MISSISSIPPI
    • MOST OF STATE LAW RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 9/3/94, 1A; 9/8/94, 1A
  • Prayer in schools, Mississippi
    • New state law blocked by federal judge's ruling, 8/12/94, 1A
    • Proponents place hope in new U.S. Supreme Court, 10/13/91, 1G
    • Senators' vote, 3/20/87, 1B
    • State ACLU prepares for battle against school prayer, 7/14/94, 1B
    • Supreme Court ruling: no prayer at graduation, 6/25/92, 11A
    • Survey, 3/22/87, 1A
    • Teachers may be trained in school prayer laws, 12/8/88, 3B
    • Termed unconstitutional, 3/18/87, 1B
    • U.S. Supreme Court allows student-led graduation prayers, 6/8/93, 1A
  • Prayer Time Inc
    • Rallies to support prayer in schools, 8/13/94, 1D; 8/14/94, 4B; 8/15/94, 1B
  • Prayer Warriors SEE WOAD Intercessory Prayer Warriors
  • Praying pigs
    • Hot video, 2/8/88, 1C
  • Preachers SEE Ministers
  • Precision Drug-Testing Laboratories of America
    • Opens Oxford facility, 5/15/91, 7B
  • Precoat Metals
    • Breaks ground for $20 Million plant in Byram, 6/9/93, 5B
  • Predictions
    • 1987, 1/1/87, 1C
    • 1988
      • Jeanne Dixon, etc., 1/3/88, 4&5E
  • PregaPhone
    • Prenatal communication device, 3/10/88, 1C
  • Pregnancy
    • Bed-rest pregnancies, 12/17/90, 1D
    • Eligible pregnancies denied Medicaid because of red tape, 12/7/89, 1A
    • Tupelo officials warn of dangerous virus in schools, 5/20/91, 2B
  • Pregnancy Institute
    • Slidell, La. firm hopes to benefit from NASA ultrasound spinoff, 8/19/94, 13A
  • Prejudice SEE Race relations
  • Premature infants SEE Babies
  • Premier Systems
    • Linda Brawner, vice president
      • Business profile, 10/30/89, 4E
    • Plans interstate expansion, 4/26/88, 8B
  • Prentiss County Public Schools
    • Thrasher High School destroyed by fire, 5/14/91, 2B
  • Prentiss Institute
    • Financial problems, 12/17/84, 1B
    • To file bankruptcy, 11/13/85, 1B
  • Prentiss Manufacturing Co
    • Citing bad work ethic, will leave noretheast Mississippi, 9/12/92, 5B
  • Presbyterian Church (USA)
    • Leader Price Gwynn addresses state presbytery, 4/13/91, 1D; 4/14/91, 1B
    • Local leaders applaud Church's rejection of Sexuality Report, 6/15/91, 1D
    • Mississippi churches joining more conservative group, 8/25/90, 1D
    • Pat Goff of Jackson named financial officer, 6/15/91, 1D
    • Shortage of black ministers, 6/20/92, 1D
  • Presbyterian Church, First
    • Belhaven residents dispute, 3/19/87, 3B
    • Expansion problem, 12/4/86, 1B
  • Prescott, Seth
    • Clarksdale youth to teach English and Christianity in Russia, 1/4/94, 3B
  • Prescription drugs
    • Consumer awareness: generic drugs, 8/13/93, 1E
    • Jackson police arrest 16 in illegal sales, 1/4/91, 3B
    • Schools fear dispensing non-emergency drugs, 10/28/90, 1B; 11/13/90, 2B
  • President Casino, The SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • President of the United States
    • Best thing about being President (children respond), 2/21/94, 1D
  • President's Cabinet
    • Mississippians who served-or didn't, 7/3/88, 6F
  • President's Day
    • 1993
      • Most banks to close, 2/12/93, 4B
  • Presidentail election, 1988
    • Bush, Lott way out front in state polls, 11/6/88, 1A
  • Presidential Award for Excellence in Science & Math Teaching
    • Mississippi winners, 9/28/90, 4B
    • State winners, 3/8/94, 4B; 9/22/92, 4B
  • Presidential election, 1988
    • Black caucus supports Jackson, 2/6/88, 4B
    • Candidates visit state, 1/6/88, 3B; 10/18/87, 1B
    • Caucuses to select delegates, 2/26/88, 4B
    • In the South, 10//4/87, 1A+; 10/5/87, 1B; 11/1/87, 2B; 11/3/87, 1A
    • Jackson,Bush get delegates, 3/9/88, 1A
    • Locals play key roles for Bush, 6/22/88, 1A
    • Mabus expected to endorse Dukakis, 6/16/88, 1A
    • Mississippi State University poll: Bush preferred, 5/13/88, 3B
    • Plotting to take South, 2/21/88, 1A
    • Poll results;Mississippi preferences, 3/6/88, 1A
    • Presidential
      • Bush,Robertson get Mississippi funds, 11/22/87, 1A
    • Super Tuesday results by state, 3/9/88, 5A
  • Presidential election, 1992
    • Blacks in state to stick with Clinton, 8/18/92, 6A
    • Bush visits Delta, 9/20/92, 1A; 9/22/92, 1A; 9/23/92, 1A; 9/27/92, 3H
    • Bush's WWII experiences questioned, 10/11/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • Clinton campaign cites Bush on state poverty, 9/5/92, 3B
    • Clinton in Jackson; urges media to focus on issues, 1/28/92, 1A
    • Clinton speaks via satellite to voters in Mississippi, 6/25/92, 1B
    • Clinton visits Jackson, 10/27/92, 1A; 10/28/92, 1B; 10/29/92, 1A
    • Clinton's campaign in state headed by Winter, Espy, 1/15/92, 2B
    • Clinton's Jackson visit: protesting Republicans, 11/1/92, 12G
    • Democratic win: patronage jobs in Mississippi, 11/30/92, 1A
    • Democrats found a Southern way to win, 11/8/92, 1A
    • Electors affirm Bush's victory in state, 12/15/92, 3B
    • Espy expects election to be decided in House, 7/14/92, 1A
    • Espy urges blacks to vote for Clinton, 10/16/92, 3B
    • Fordice gives Bush victory in final debate, 10/20/92, 2B
    • Fordice leads Republican 'truth squad', 10/29/92, 1B
    • Fordice speaks at black Republicans' banquet, 10/19/92, 1A
    • Fordice urges state GOP to back Bush, 9/19/92, 3B
    • GOP taking too much for granted in state, 9/20/92, 3G; 10/4/92, 3G
    • Gore visits Starkville, 10/15/92, 2B; 10/17/92, 1A
    • Hard economic times in state may help Clinton/Gore ticket, 7/19/92, 12A
    • Harrison County ballot poorly designed; votes disqualified, 11/8/92, 4B
    • Independent John Yiamouyiannis, 9/4/92, 3B; 9/5/92, 2B
    • It's decision time for voters, 11/3/92, 1A
    • Local 18-year-olds critique a debate, 10/12/92, 1A
    • Mississippians shouldn't be Chicken Little about Clinton, 11/8/92, 3G
    • Moderate Democrat Clinton may help state Democrats' case, 11/1/92, 1A
    • Natural Law Party: Hagelin/Tompkins, 10/18/92, 4B
    • Parents Against Clinton holds demonstration, 11/1/92, 1B
    • Perot reenters race; Mississippians disenchanted, 10/2/92, 1A
    • Perot's withdrawal, 7/17/92, 1A
    • Playing havoc with stock market, 9/7/92, 4B
    • State teeters between Bush and Clinton, 10/25/92, 3G
    • Student/Parent Mock Election, 10/27/92, 4B; 10/30/92, 3B
    • TatoNut doughnut shop in Ocean Springs picks Bush, 10/29/92, 1B
    • Which candidate is best for investors?, 10/28/92, 5B
  • Presidential Hills Community Center
    • Holds effective parenting seminar, 1/7/92, 1D
  • Presidential Hills subdivision
    • Entrance street needs traffic light, residents say, 2/1/94, 5B
  • Presidential primary SEE Super Tuesday
  • Presidential Scholars, 1987
    • Mississippi, 5/20/87, 1B
  • Presidential Scholars, 1990
    • Mississippi
      • Two state students named, win $1000 award, 5/16/90, 2B
  • Presidential Scholars, 1991
    • Mississippi
      • Honored by ceremony, award, 6/19/91, 2B
  • Presidential scholars, 1992
    • Mississippi
      • Honored, 6/4/92, 2B
  • Presidential Scholars, 1993
    • Mississippi
      • Commiskey and Dabbs to meet President Clinton, 5/28/93, 1B
  • Presidential scholars, 1994
    • Mississippi
      • Grace Chen, Chris Dale, Matthew Brennan, 6/7/94, 4B
  • Presley, Elvis, 5/31/87, 1C
    • 11th anniversary of death, 8/17/88, 1A
    • 5 part series, 11/10/85-, 1E
    • Author wins dismissal of suit, 5/27/88, 1A
    • Birth certificate
      • State takes no action, 5/5/87, 3B
    • Concerts and tours marking anniversary of his death, 8/11/91, 1F
    • Drawing Elvis, 6/22/92, 1D
    • Elvis bust featured on TV pilot 'Reality Check', 5/1/91, 1D
    • Elvis Week events in Memphis and Tupelo, 8/6/92, 4E
    • Elvismas at Hal & Mal's, 1/10/91, 6E
    • Elvismas celebration at Hal & Mal's, 1/9/92, 3E
    • Ex-girlfriend Anita Wood Brewer of Vicksburg plans book, 11/14/91, 3B
    • Faithful flock to Memphis in mark birthday, 1/9/89; 3B
    • Federal appeals court dismisses suit against author Lucy de Barbin, 2/18/89, 1B
    • From Nixon to Sinatra, everyone had something to say about Elvis, 11/25/91, 1D
    • Graceland events celebrating The King, 1/6/94, 3E
    • Graceland is aglow for his birthday, 1/3/91, 13E
    • Graceland lights up at Christmas, 12/5/91, 3E
    • Grandchild born in California, 6/1/89, 1A
    • Hasbro debuts collection of Elvis dolls, 1/7/94, 1E
    • Impersonator Tim Johnson, 10/4/94, 1D
    • Japanese film crew in Tupelo working on documentary, 12/14/91, 3B
    • Lawhon School in Tupelo selling curtain where he sang, 5/6/90, 1A
    • Legislature approves day of recognition, 5/8/88, 1A
    • Like Moslems to Mecca, Presley fans head south, 8/15/90, 1D
    • London auctioneer sells letter written to Vicksburg woman, 7/18/91, 1A; 8/30/91, 1A
    • Man gives Presley 2 extra days to claim house, 5/18/89, 1B; 5/21/89, 1B
    • Man offers house to settle question of Presley death, 5/11/89, 1A; 5/12/89, 1B
    • McLeods of Holly Springs keep Elvis flame fueled, 10/14/91, 1B
    • Me & Elvis: fans share snapshots, 8/11/94, 14E
    • Memorabilia on display in Tupelo basis for museum, 2/5/92, 3B; 8/8/92, 3B
    • Mississippians remember encounters with Elvis, 8/10/89, 3F
    • Mourning Elvis; in memory of the king, 8/10/89, 3F
    • Museum opens in Tupelo, 8/8/92, 3B; 8/9/92, 5B
    • Mystery singer's record a new message from Elvis?, 11/16/88, 2A
    • Never-released song 'My Happiness' is found, 8/15/90, 1D
    • New Presley credit card, 9/16/88, 2A
    • Northwest Airlines special rate to Memphis not a success, 1/7/94, 1B
    • Presleyites still flock from all over, 2/14/88, 1B
    • Regis Vaughn, the girl he took to prom, 5/24/89, 1G
    • Rose Parade bust finds home in California, 1/8/91, 1A
    • Rose Parade bust--who will get it?, 12/13/90, 1A
    • Sale of birth certificate replicas, 5/1/87, 1A
    • Stamp goes on sale, 1/8/93, 1E; 1/9/93, 1A, 11A
    • Stamp: vote for your choice, 4/4/92, 1B; 4/7/92, 1B; 6/4/92, 1B; 6/5/92, 1A
    • State must purchase replica of certificate, 5/2/87, 1B
    • Stepbrother preaches at Clinton Church, 8/13/88, 1C
    • Television series being filmed in north Mississippi, 11/30/89, 1B
    • The King Is Dead, by Sarah Shankman, 11/15/92, 3F (review)
    • Tribute
      • 10th anniversary of death, 8/9/87, 1E; 8/16/87, 1A+
    • Tupelo's Janelle McComb, 2/14/93, 1E
    • Tupelo, Elvis's home
      • Weekend getaway, 9/20/90, 3E
    • Wonderful world of Elvis...fried sandwiches...limitless legend, 1/10/91, 6E
  • Presley, Elvis SEE ALSO McGregor, Mike
  • Presley, Kirk
    • Tupelo pitcher early Mets draft choice, 6/4/93, 1A
  • Presley, Larry
    • Tupelo policeman named Officer of the Year, 7/10/90, 3B
  • Presley, Pat SEE Organ transplants
  • Presley, Vivian SEE Coahoma Community College
  • Pressley, Ted SEE Cowboys for Christ
  • Prestage Farms
    • New $6 Million feed mill at West Point, 7/14/94, 5B
  • Pretense investigation, 8/4/87, 1A; 8/7/87, 1A; 8/29/87, 1A; 8/30/87, 4B; 8/31/87, 1A
    • 1 year later: beginnings described, 2/7/88, 1A
    • 19 counties reap benefits of FBI's sting, 11/18/88, 1A
    • 2 supervisors plead guilt, 6/13/87, 1A
    • 3 former Supervisors sentenced, 12/22/87, 1A
    • 5 former supervisors given sentences, 11/24/87, 1A
    • 5 report to federal prisons, 1/5/88, 3B
    • 60 Minutes feature, 5/7/88, 1B
    • 60 Minutes to cover, 2/19/88, 2B; 2/24/88, 1B
    • Alcorn County
      • Jury selection begins, 9/12/88, 1B
    • Attala County
      • Belk pleads guilty, 8/3/88, 1B
      • Supervisor no plea bargain, 9/2/88, 1B
    • Barrett pleads guilty; aids probe, 9/3/88, 3B
    • Bolivar County
      • Prestage: Won't reimburse, 1//8/88, 2B
    • Businessman guilty of 241 counts, 9/16/88, 1A
    • Carthage firm owner indicted, 10/7/88, 3B
    • Claiborne County
      • Trial begins, 2/17/88, 3B
    • Claiborne County supervisor, 9/12/87, 1A
    • Claiborne County Supervisor innocent, 2/19/88, 1A
    • Claiborne County Supervisor testifies, 2/18/88, 1B
    • Conviction reversals focus on funds, 3/6/88, 1B
    • Copiah County, 12/11/87, 1A
    • Copiah County Supervisor, 10/9/87, 1A; 10/15/87, 1B
    • Copiah County supervisor Sidney Thompson pleads guilty, 5/11/89, 1B
    • Copiah County Supervisor: competent to stand trial, 7/31/87, 1B
    • Copiah County's Heard gets 10 years, 12/10/87, 1A
    • Copiah, Leake supervisors :Guilty, 8/14/87, 1B
    • Counties can sue convicted supervisors, 12/6/87, 6B
    • Covington County
      • Wade sentenced, 4/2/88, 2B
    • Culvert owners enters guilty plea, 7/24/87, 1B
    • Enters 2nd year, 2/12/88, 1B
    • Entrapment claimed, 7/22/87, 1B; 7/23/87, 1B
    • Equipment dealer pleads guilty, 3/4/89, 1B; 6/11/88, 3B
    • Ex-candidate implicated, 9/3/88, 1A
    • Ex-Copiah supervisor Sidney Thompson sentenced, 7/7/89, 3B
    • Ex-Harrison supervisor gets year on fraud, 3/22/89, 2B
    • Ex-Marion County supervisor gets 7 years
      • 2/8/89, 1B
    • Ex-supervisor: I took payoffs, 9/13/88, 1B
    • FBI director praises results, 4/9/88, 1A
    • FBI group honors John Burgess in Hawaii, 9/19/90, 1A
    • Files back to auditor, 1/19/88, 1B
    • Five supervisors sentenced, 3/30/89, 2B
    • Former supervisors plead guilty, 2/12/88, 2B
    • Grand jury, 6/8/87, 3B
    • Greene County
      • Lauvon Pierce, 9/2/88, 1B
    • Hancock County, 10/3/87, 1B
      • Ladner pleads innocent, 12/5/87, 1B
      • Supervisor pleads guilty, 6/10/88, 1B
      • Travirca pleads guilty, 5/21/88, 1A
    • Hancock County ex-supervisor pleads guilty to mail fraud, 3/11/89, 1B
    • Hancock County supervisor, 8/31/87, 3B
    • Hancock County supervisor given year's suspended sentence, 4/13/89, 3B
    • Hancock, Lauderdale County supvrvisors, 7/10/87, 1A
    • Harrison County
      • Judge turns down mercy plea of Moffat, 7/8/89, 1B
      • Moffat indicted, 3/12/88, 1B
      • Supervisor denies kickbacks, 9/8/88, 4B
    • Heavy equipment operator ordered to pay restitution, 2/10/89, 5B
    • Indictments, 6/9/87, 1A; 6/10/87, 1A
    • Indictments, trials set, 6/11/87, 1A
    • Jackson County, 6/20/87, 1B
      • Supervisor sentenced, 6/19/87, 6B
    • Jasper County
      • Ex-Supervisor on probation, 3/30/88, 2B
    • Jury out until Unit bill vote, 9/4/88, 1A
    • King, undercover agent, recalls, 2/26/88, 1A
    • Lamar County, 8///24/87, 3B
      • Lott sentenced, 3/23/88, 2B
    • Lamar County supervisor, 10/24/87, 1A
    • Lamar, Newton County Supervisors, 11/11/87, 1B
    • Lauderdale County
      • Brown sentenced, 9/10/88, 3B
      • Harris gets 6 yrs., 11/19/87, 1B
    • Lauderdale, Jasper Counties, 7/17/87, 1B; 10/3/87, 1B
    • Leake County
      • Jones gets 3 yrs., 12/30/87, 1B
    • Leakesville man pleads guilty, 4/28/88, 1B
    • Legislators chipping away at unit system, killing reforms, 6/21/92, 1A
    • Man on "60 Minutes" to drop appeal, 5/9/88, 1A
    • Marion County, 10/9/87, 1A; 10/14/87, 3B
      • Moree charges dropped, 12/9/87, 1B
      • Supervisor indicted, 1/8/88, 1B; 1/9/88, 1A
    • Mathews pleads guilty, 10/30/87, 1B
    • Monroe County supervisors, 8/1/87, 1B
    • Neshoba & Hancock Counties
      • Two supervisors guilty, 11/17/87,
    • Neshoba & Jasper Counties
      • Two get 5 years, 11/21/87, 1B
    • Neshoba County
      • Posey pleads guilty, 12/4/87, 3B
      • Posey resigns, 12/18/87, 3B
    • Neshoba County salesman pleads innocent, 1/13/88, 3B
    • Neshoba County supervisor, 9/15/87, 1B; 10/16/87, 2B
    • Neshoba man pleads innocent, 2/25/88, 1B
    • Neshoba, Clarke Counties supervisors sentenced, 2/13/88, 1B
    • Newton County supervisor, 7/28/87, 1B
    • Officials high risk for bonds, 1/7/88, 1B
    • Operation Pretense extended, 8/8/87, 1A
    • Ousts all Pontotoc supervisors, 8/27/87, 11A
    • Panola County, 10/29/87, 1A
    • Pearl man gets fine, probation, 7/8/88, 1B
    • Perry County, 8/22/87, 1B
      • Boven's competence, 2/20/88, 1B
      • Mixon dies, 12/12/87, 1B
      • Westmoreland loses appeal, 10/4/88, 1A
    • Perry County supervisor, 9/26/87, 3B
    • Pontotoc County, 6/19/87, 1A; 8/28/87, 1B
      • Eight supervisors sentenced, 10/1/88, 1A
      • Residents: Maximum!, 12/17/87, 1A
      • Supervisor taken from ballot, 9/5/87, 3B
    • Pontotoc supervisors, 7/30/87, 1B
    • Prosecution rests, 9/15/88, 3B
    • Rankin County
      • Smith charged, 4/15/88, 1A
      • Smith gets 5 yrs., 11/20/87, 3B
    • Ray Davis of Hattiesburg draws probation, 11/4/89, 4B
    • Relatives given duties, 10/11/87, 1A
    • Salesman gets 6 year term, 6/18/87, 1A
    • Scott County supervisor, 8/19/87, 3B
    • Smith County
      • Blakeney sentenced, fined, 12/1`2/87, 1B
    • Sting arrest numbers a surprise, 10/9/88, 1A
    • Supervisor offered help with jury, 9/14/88, 3B
    • Supervisors angry, 8/28/87, 1A
    • Supervisors arrests put off, 12/20/87, 3B
    • Supervisors Hall of Fame, 1/8/88, 3B
    • Supervisors' races in state, 11/4/87, 6A
    • Tate County hires ex-convict Mathews to manage roads, 5/2/89, 1A
    • Update on indictments,convictions, 1/17/88, 17A
    • Wayne County
      • Hutto gets 6 yrs., 1/7/88, B
      • Hutto guilty, 11/20/87, 1A
      • Hutto: destroy records?, 11/19/87, 1B
      • Supervisor gets 7 yrs., 5/21/88, 1A
    • Wayne County spervisors
      • Trial, 11/18/87,
    • Wayne County supervisors, wives, 9/19/87, 1B
    • Wayne, Neshoba County supervisors, 8/1/87, 1B
    • Williamson pleads innocent, 3/19/88, 1B
    • Winston County, 8/29/87, 1A
      • Miller convicted, 4/15/88, 1A
      • Miller gets 6 yrs., 8/2/88, 1A
      • Miller: Gifts/kickbacks, 4/14/88, 2B
  • Pretense investigation SEE ALSO Supervisors
  • Prettiest Rooster, Ugliest Dog and Fattest Cat Contest
    • At Ag Museum, 7/1/93, 7E
  • Prewitt, Cheryl
    • Cheryl keeps the faith
      • 9/9/88, 1D
    • Former Miss America wears faith proudly, 10/27/90, 1C
  • Prewitt, Ron and Ann SEE Ridgeland Police Department
  • Price Brothers, Inc
    • Hattiesburg
      • Pressurized concrete pipe, 3/5/88, 8B
  • Price family
    • Laurel family has 4 preachers and a prophet among them, 4/25/92, 1D
  • Price, Espy SEE Chevron
  • Price, Joe
    • Harrison County sheriff, 6/20/93, 1A
  • Price, John
    • Dean, School of Business, JSU, 3/21/87, 8B
  • Price, Leontyne
    • Interview, 4/10/87, 1C
    • To give concert, 4/7/87, 1C
  • Price, Reynolds
    • Novelist, poet, playwright..., 4/17/90, 1D
  • Price, Rick SEE Talley, Jack
  • Price, Toni SEE Miss Hospitality
  • Pride Cruise Lines
    • Plans return to Gulfport, 6/1/90, 6B
    • Plans to bring in smaller gambling ship, 1/12/90, 1B
  • Pride of Mississippi, 4/4/89, 1C
    • Bankrupt owners to repay $1.2 Million, 12/13/90, 6B
    • Cruise ship expected in Gulfport next month, 12/29/88, 1A
    • Cruise ship is apparent success, 5/28/89, 1G
    • Cruise ship was too big, too costly to make it, 12/15/89, 5B
    • Customs officials investigate, 9/24/89, 4B
    • Gulfport to welcome new cruise ship, 1/12/89; 8B
    • Its lost to Texas costs coast 100 jobs, 12/2/89, 8B
    • Leaves Mississippi waters for Texas, 11/17/89, 1B; 11/23/89, 1A; 11/24/89, 1B
    • May be moved to Galveston, 6/15/89, 5B
    • Mississippi's newest cruise ship to arrive soon, 1/12/89; 4B
    • New gambling ship sails into Gulfport, 1B; 1/15/89
    • Opens its portals, gets shipshape review, 2/5/89, 1B
    • Owner promises it will stay in Gulfport, 6/24/89, 1B
    • Owners file bankruptcy over state tax assessment, 12/13/89, 5B
    • Owners hope for bigger profits, bigger crowds in Texas, 12/10/89, 1B
    • Plagued with problems, 10/1/89, 1G
    • Will begin offering daily outings as early as February, 1/12/89; 8B
    • Woos VIPS on its 2nd inaugural cruise, 2/21/89, 3B
  • Pride of Mississippi SEE ALSO Pride Cruise Lines
  • Pride of the Pond
    • Tunica catfish processor fined for price fixing, 2/21/92, 5B
  • Pride, Charley
    • Grand marshal of Jackson's Christmas Jubilee parade, 12/1/92, 1B
    • His father Mack Pride a barber in Sledge, 2/19/90, 1D
    • Review of his autobiography 'Pride', 3/13/94, 3F
    • Should his 'Roll on Mississippi' be state song?, 2/9/94, 1B
  • Pridential-Bache Securities
    • Buy out of Thomson McKinnon, 9/16/89, 6B
  • Priester, Charlene SEE Adoption, Mississippi
  • Priests
    • Father Ngwyen Quyet, Vietnamese associate pastor at St. Therese, 9/2/89, 1D
    • Hold convocation in Vicksburg on stress in priesthood, 10/18/90, 2B
    • Irish priests in Mississippi, 6/20/87, 1D
    • Mississippi
      • Shortage in state, 10/20/90, 1C
  • Prillhart, Todd
    • Clarion-Ledger reporter killed in car accident, 4/2/90, 1B; 4/8/90, 3H
  • Primaries SEE Election primaries
  • Prime rate SEE Interest rates
  • Prime Telecommunications Corp SEE LDDS Communications
  • Prime Time Basketball
    • Free nightly game for boys, 9/20/90, 5B
  • Primerica Finacial Services
    • Investment firm targets middle class
      • CEO Pete Dawkins, 12/1/92, 6B
  • Primestar Partners SEE Satellite dish
  • Primo's Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 8/8/91, 4E
  • Primos Cafe
    • Fire closes downstairs Neighborhood Christian Center, 2/12/94, 1D
    • Half-century old Jackson restaurant burns, 1/20/94, 1A, 1B
    • Will not be rebuilt after fire, 5/20/94, 5B
  • Primos Northgate
    • Restaurant review, 4/14/94, 4E; 6/14/87, 1F
  • Primos Wild Game Calls of Jackson
    • New video, 1/22/89; 3/12/95, 1C; 12D
  • Primos, Wilbur
    • New video catches eye of ESPN, 1/22/89; 12D
  • Prince of Peace Word Fellowship Church
    • Jackson, 12/12/87, 1C
  • Prince Street School
    • Natchez
      • Abandoned building to be reclaimed as community center, 6/25/91, 2B
  • Prince, Dan SEE Beckwith, Byron De La
  • Principal of the Year, 1988
    • Gary Smyly of Columbia High School, 9/26/88, 3B
  • Principal of the Year, 1992
    • Mac Curlee of Pearl, 9/1/92, 4B
  • Principals, Clarksdale
    • Junior High principal Walter Johnson fatally shot, 3/15/91, 1A; 3/16/91, 1B
  • Principals, Gulfport
    • Mike Reed of GHS is state's principal of year, 1/30/90, 4B
  • Principals, Jackson
    • Five Jackson schools get new principals, 6/13/91, 5B
    • Four to be relocated to meet racial mix ruling, 2/14/91, 5B; 7/19/90, 2B
    • Glade-Simpson receives national award, 10/24/88, 3B
    • New principals to lead 5 schools, 5/3/92, 2B; 5/28/92, 3B
    • School district gets tough at schools with below-par test scores, 1/7/94, 1A
    • Six schools to have new principals in Fall, 4/8/91, 2B
  • Principals, Lee Elementary
    • Guitar player, 5/23/87, 1A
  • Principals, Mississippi
    • 10 from state attending Harvard University institutes, 7/7/92, 4B
    • State's principals' pay well below average, 8/13/91, 4B
  • Prine, John
    • Folk and country-rock singer at Hal & Mal's, 12/7/89, 3E
  • Pringle, Marie
    • Reassigned Holmes County teacher still without job, 10/5/90, 2B
  • Prison Commissioner, Gene Scroggy named, 6/9/87, 1A; 6/10/87, 1A
  • Prison Expansion Bill, 3/31/87, 1B
  • Prison Fellowship
    • Community service, 5/2/87, 1D
    • Restitution program, 4/8/86, 1B
  • Prison Fellowship Ministries
    • State prisoners renovating house in Jackson, 12/12/91, 1D
    • Taking Christianity behind bars, 5/11/91, 1D
  • Prison Industries Board
    • Appointments made by Mabus, 8/24/90, 2B
    • Barnes says prisons can make a profit, 5/20/91, 1B
    • Barnes takes job in Florida, 5/12/93, 3B
    • Expert Ralph Barnes says state can profit from prisons, 3/21/91, 1B
    • Interviewing for chief's post, 3/16/91, 1B
  • Prison overcrowding SEE Mississippi Legislature, 1994---Special...
  • Prison overcrowding SEE Prisons, Mississippi
  • Prison scam SEE South Mississippi Correctional Facility
  • Prison scam SEE Prisons---Louisiana
  • Prisoner, Jackson
    • Police prohibit army patches on inmates' fatigues, 10/19/93, 1B
  • Prisoners SEE ALSO Jails
  • Prisoners of war
    • Ceremony honoring POWs
      • 600+ live in state, 9/11/93, 1B
    • Jackson native recalls life in German POW camp, 11/9/90, 1B
  • Prisoners of war, Reunion, 5/25/87, 1A
  • Prisoners, Bolivar County
    • Inmate files $20M lawsuit after beating, 7/13/89, 5B
    • Robinson's murder charge reduced, 2/22/90, 5B; 2/23/90, 5B
  • Prisoners, Canton
    • Police seek two Canton jail escapees, 10/8/90, 1B; 10/10/90, 3B
  • Prisoners, Copiah County
    • Federal witness in Sherry case escapes, 11/10/89, 1A; 11/16/89, 1B
    • Four inmates flee jail, 9/3/90, 1B; 9/4/90, 1B; 9/5/90, 2B
    • Manhunt nets 2 New Orleans escapees in stolen van, 5/29/91, 1B
    • Two jail escapees recaptured, 9/18/90, 1B
  • Prisoners, Corinth
    • Escapee James West recaptured, 12/16/93, 3B
  • Prisoners, Georgia
    • Escapees seen in Jackson area, 10/11/89, 4B; 10/13/89, 5B; 10/14/89, 9B
  • Prisoners, Greene County
    • Muslim inmate files suit over pork handling, 6/1/90, 1A
  • Prisoners, Greenville
    • AIDS patient a concern for local officials, 10/7/92, 1A
    • City seeks funds from county for housing county prisoners, 8/31/94, 3B
  • Prisoners, Gulfport
    • Accused killer freed temporarily in mix-up, 7/19/91, 3B
  • Prisoners, Harrison County
    • Inmate wants protection from deputies, 9/13/89, 5B
  • Prisoners, Hinds County
    • Arraignment by video could save money, 10/14/91, 1A
    • County bars state prisoners from Penal Farm, 9/16/89, 1B; 9/26/89, 5B
    • County pays out $500,000 to house state prisoners, 9/9/89, 1A
    • Detention Center inmate changes clothes, walks out, 9/25/89, 1B
    • Escapees Blakeley, Durham and Reeves, 8/2/92, 1A; 8/3/92, 1A
    • Escapees Blakeley, Durham and Reeves: phone tips, 8/4/92, 5B
    • Escapees Durham and Reeves captured in New Orleans, 8/9/92, 1A
    • Income from jail phones tagged at $6000, 5/3/91, 5B
    • Judge rules on suit concerning state prisoners, 1/26/90, 1B
    • Judge rules state must pay $1M+ to County for inmates, 7/11/91, 1A
    • Road crews guarded by unarmed guards
      • 8/19/88, 1A
    • Sues to get rid of state prisoners, 5/2/89, 1B; 5/9/89, 1B; 10/3/89, 1B
  • Prisoners, Hollandale
    • 16-year-old escapee believed headed for Vaiden, 3/24/94, 3B
  • Prisoners, Jackson
    • 2 detention center inmates escape---to female section, 9/7/94, 4B
    • 2nd Jackson jail escapee Darryl Moore recaptured, 1/1/93, 1A
    • At Mets game; legislators irked, 8/22/89, 1B; 8/23/89; 8/26/89; 9/6/89, (all 1A)
    • Drug offender released because of jail overcrowding, 11/10/90, 1A
    • Escapee Terry Stinson 'glad it's over with', 11/5/89, 1B
    • Escapee Zachary Smiley is recaptured after scuffle, 11/14/89, 3B
    • Everett and Moore escape city jail, 12/28/92, 1A; 12/29/92, 1A
    • Grand Jury watches videotape of inmate beating at city jail, 4/12/91, 1A
    • Inmate sues after amputation, 5/20/89, 1B
    • Jail inmate leaps through glass door, flees, 7/19/90, 5B
  • Prisoners, Lauderdale County
    • Escapees held in Newton County death, 6/18/91, 2B
    • Inmates charged in jail destruction, 10/31/90, 2B
  • Prisoners, Leake County
    • Escapees elude Pennsylvania manhunt, 5/27/91, 2B; 5/28/91, 1B
  • Prisoners, Lowndes County
    • 4 jail escapees recaptured, 5/12/94, 2B
  • Prisoners, Madison County
    • Abuse
      • Steven Smith trial, 12/2/87, 3B
    • Inmate escapes as 2 guards play cards, 1 other gone home, 11/1/93, 1A
    • Supervisors OK inmate labor, 11/7/92, 6B
  • Prisoners, Mendenhall
    • Baptizing of inmates, 8/21/89, 1A
  • Prisoners, Mississippi
    • 169 inmates get furlough this week, 12/18/88, 1B
    • AIDS patients' lawsuit is revived, 11/16/92, 1B
    • Audit shows x-rated films bought for inmates, 1/31/90, 1A
    • Average daily inmate costs (chart), 11/15/89, 1B
    • Bill seeks to stop holiday furloughs for inmates, 1/11/89, 1B
    • Central Correctional's female work-release program, 5/8/91, 1D
    • Department of Corrections is broke; cannot reimburse counties, 6/26/91, 1B
    • Despite Sunday deadline, prisoners will stay in county jails, 6/26/91, 1B
    • Holiday furloughs denied to 9 of 176 inmates, 12/21/88, 1A
    • House passes bill to pay counties for holding state prisoners, 2/1/92, 1B
    • House votes to ban inmates from public events, 1/24/90, 1B
    • Influx from county jails will 'drive system crazy', 5/2/91, 1A
    • Inmate involved in money order scam released by mistake, 7/14/90, 1A
    • Inmate release/house arrest plan stalls, 12/5/94, 1A
    • Inmate's furlough revoked for harassing mother, 12/30/88, 1B
    • Inmates performing community service at Jackson Zoo, 11/8/90, 1B
    • Inmates' Project Aware wins Point of Light award, 2/23/90, 5B
    • Jailhouse conversions are more permanent than not, 8/29/92, 1D
    • Law: felons must serve 85% of sentences, 6/23/95, 1A; 12/10/94, 1B
    • Lawmakers to consider bill to deal with inmates' legal appeals, 1/6/89, 1B
    • Legislator wants restriction on their jail jobs, 9/11/89, 4B
    • List of death row inmates, 5/20/87, 3A
    • Mabus can't alter release rule for inmates who fought floods, 8/10/91, 1B
    • Man says mail rules unfair, 8/2/91, 1B
    • Official: 2 arrests won't end inmate furloughs, 12/4/88, 1A
    • Officials cancel all Christmas furloughs, 12/16/90, 1B
    • Officials hope redesigned money order ends scam, 8/20/89, 1A
    • Officials may separate furloughs, holidays, 1/22/89, 1B
    • Officials poised to transfer inmates from county jails, 7/2/91, 3B
    • One in four has tuberculosis, 3/22/91, 1B
    • Parchman inmates provide free labor for state, 3/16/91, 3B
    • Project Aware anti-drug program in Jackson school, 3/20/92, 4B; 7/29/93, 4B
    • Project Aware: funds-cut may end project, 10/26/94, 1B
    • Radios, TV sets taken from inmates unwilling to work, 10/8/94, 1A
    • Senator Crook blasts slow pace of prisoner transfers, 10/9/90, 1A
    • Some prisoners go home for holidays, 11/20/88, 1A
    • Special legislative session (1994), 8/10/94; 8/20/94; 8/24/94; 8/25/94 all 1A
    • Special legislative session: get-tough policies, 9/30/94, 1A; 10/8/94, 1A
    • State inmates in county jails: judge approves plan, 9/24/94, 1B
    • State lawmen get 'Biddle' guards in vehicles, 10/1/89, 1B
    • State prisoners in county jails: High Court affirms $10 limit, 4/1/94, 1B
    • State prisoners must be out of county jails, 5/1/91, 2B; 6/13/91, 1B
    • State wants to move mentally ill to Rankin County prison, 6/7/89, 1A
    • State's inmate population up 10.6% 1st 6 months of 1989, 9/11/89, 1B
    • Violent offenders no longer to work for state agencies, 8/30/89, 1A
  • Prisoners, Natchez
    • City won', use prisoners to pick up litter, 8/22/89, 5B
  • Prisoners, North Carolina
    • Authorities capture fugitives in Brookhaven, 4/29/94, 1B; 4/30/94, 1B
    • Florida police link body to 2 North Carolina escapees, 5/3/94, 1B
    • Trooper Leggett praised for behavior in shootout, 5/13/94, 4B
  • Prisoners, Parchman SEE Parchman
  • Prisoners, Rankin County
    • Clothes of James Adcox found near father's home, 8/14/92, 4B
    • Computer-assisted literacy program, 5/8/89, 1B
    • Convicts may be used on county road crews, 9/18/92, 4B
    • Four escape after church service, 8/7/89, 1B; 8/9/89, 2B
    • Trusty escapes, 5/3/87, 1B
  • Prisoners, Washington County
    • Inmate Johnny Gordon sues, claiming he got TB in jail, 12/26/93, 1B
  • Prisons SEE ALSO Central Mississippi Correctional Facility
  • Prisons SEE ALSO Parchman
  • Prisons SEE ALSO Parole
  • Prisons, Columbia
    • Chosen as site for new prison, 1/10/86, 1B
  • Prisons, Florida
    • Prison industries big business, 1/19/90, 3B
  • Prisons, Greene County
    • Construction to begin in September, 5/24/87, 5B
    • Controversy, 19/28/86, 1A
    • Facility to open, 4/11/89, 1B
    • Parchman chief to head Greene Co facil., 9/2/88, 1A
  • Prisons, Greenwood
    • County continues to explore private prison possibility, 7/20/94, 3B
    • Private prison construction on hold, 7/18/93, 1G; 12/23/92, 1B; 12/31/92, 3B
    • Private prison for Greenwood, 3/25/92, 1A; 3/30/92, 1A; 4/8/92, 2B; 6/3/92, 3B
  • Prisons, Louisiana
    • Grand jury indicts 5 in Angola scam, 9/19/89, 1B; 10/4/89, 2B; 10/6/89, 1A
    • Kirksey Nix's wife admits role in scam, 9/27/90, 2B
    • Nix in Biloxi facing U.S. drug charges, 2/24/91, 6B
    • Nix, accused in scam, asks for information on investigations, 7/28/91, 2B
    • Scams return at Angola, officials say, 12/16/90, 11B
    • Sheri LaRa Sharpe released on probation, 2/17/91, 2B
    • White, a key figure in prison scam, dies, 11/7/90, 1B
  • Prisons, Marshall County
    • Wackenhut Corrections Corp wins bid for private prison, 11/30/94, 3B
  • Prisons, Mississippi
    • At risk for federal takeover due to overcrowding, 12/17/89, 1A
    • Auditors examining books of all prisons, 9/12/89, 1A; 9/15/89, 1B; 9/16/89, 1A
  • PRISONS, MISSISSIPPI
    • BILL PASSED IN SPECIAL SESSION IS SIGNED BY FORDICE, 8/25/94, 1A
  • Prisons, Mississippi
    • Board members urge end to prison feud, 2/9/88, 1B
    • Budget said excessive, 9/12/87, 1A
    • California consultants calculating future needs, 5/26/91, 1A
    • Citizen tours eliminated by Department of Corrections, 10/14/89, 1B
    • Condoms for Parchman inmates, 4/26/87, 1B
    • Conjugal visits survive get-tough prison legislation, 9/11/94, 1A
  • PRISONS, MISSISSIPPI
    • CRIME AND THE COST OF PUNISHMENT: PRISON ALTERNATIVES, 6/20/93, 1A
  • Prisons, Mississippi
    • Editorial, 1/11/87, 4H
    • Fordice wants large-scale farming at state facilities, 3/18/92, 1A
    • Fordice: build as many prisons as necessary, 3/3/94, 1B
    • Gyms, other state buildings may be used, 9/8/94, 1B; 9/9/94, 1A
    • Health Department wants nurses to administer tuberculosis medicine, 3/21/92, 2B
    • House arrests to help relieve overcrowding, 8/12/88, 1A
    • House panel advises reforms, 12/18/85, 1A
    • House Penitentiary Committee to urge sweeping reforms, 10/25/89, 1A
    • Housing shortage dogs legislators, 1/3/86, 1A
    • Inmate Dial dies of heart attack in Rankin facility, 10/21/90, 1B
    • Inmate moves provide relief to state jails, 10/24/90, 1A
    • Inmate population near court limit, 3/8/88, 1A
    • Inmates arrive at Rankin facility, 2/8/86, 1B
    • Inmates' exposure to AIDS 1,000 times average, 3/1/88, 1A
    • Judge relaxes watch on, 10/20/90, 1A
    • Judges still back RID in spite of abuse, 7/12/88, 3B
    • Lack of funds prevent prisons from doing more than punishing, 5/21/91, 5A
    • Lawmakers consider using casino profits for construction, 5/24/94, 2B
    • Lawyer wants state to pay overcrowding fines, 11/9/89, 1A
    • Leakesville, 8/27/86, 1B; 8/28/86, 1A
    • Legislature urged to establish prison task force, 1/28/89, 3B
    • Limited funds for Greene Co facility, 12/15/87, 1B
    • Mabus is criticized for his handling of issue, 9/29/89, 1B
    • Mabus vetoes portion of prisons bill, 4/6/90, 1B
    • More parole advised to ease overcrowding, 9/12/86, 3B
    • Motion seeks fines against Hinds County for overcrowding, 10/8/94, 5B
    • Mud hole filled in Rankin Co Prison, 7/13/88, 1B
    • New jail at Whitfield remains empty, 3/11/86, 1A
    • Officals say independent board, not Mabus, should run prisons, 4/7/90, 1A
    • Officials not immune from lawsuits, Court rules, 2/2/89, 3B
    • Officials study privatization of system, 8/19/89, 1B
    • Overcrowding, 12/30/84, 1A; 12/31/84, 1A+
    • Overcrowding: Airways Motel will house women prisoners, 7/12/94, 4B
    • Overcrowding: criminals know they won't be locked up, 7/10/94, 1B
    • Overcrowding: Lucas says state must have long-range plan, 5/18/94, 3B
    • Pearl River County seeks overcrowding relief, 7/6/94, 3B
    • PEER finds commodities expired in prisons, 8/15/86, 1B
    • PEER report cites improper purchases, 10/29/89, 1A, 15A
    • Perry County eager for new state prison, 6/10/94, 3B
    • Prison fund hike sought, 8/19/86, 1B
    • Prison population below release level, 4/15/88, 2B
    • Prison reform started out strong in Legislature, then fizzled, 4/1/90, 18A
    • Private prison site to be named, 11/17/94, 4B
    • Privatization backers see lower costs (analysis), 8/14/94, 1G
    • Privatization recommended by study commission, 2/1/92, 3B
    • Privatization: Corrections Corp of America was FBI target, 8/6/94, 1A
    • Public confidence in system is low, 7/2/93, 1A
    • Reorganization plan is under fire, 6/22/90, 3B
    • Reorganization plan put forth by Fordice, 04/24/92, 1B
    • Senate financing plan, 3/26/87, 1B; 3/27/87, 1B
    • Senator Robert Crook urges task force to study, 5/30/89, 1B
    • Slow processing causes prisons to seem crowded, 11/21/89, 1A
    • Special legislative session OKs tough prison bill, 8/23/94, 1A
    • State hopes to settle 1972 lawsuit, unshackle federal control, 9/12/90, 1B
    • State leads nation in brutality complaints, 5/22/92, 1B
    • State must solve overcrowding problem, 6/29/87, 3B
    • State prison population, 3/11/87, 1B
    • State saves woney via inmate labor, part-time teenagers, 10/15/92, 3B
  • PRISONS, MISSISSIPPI
    • STILL SERVING TIME (SPECIAL SERIES), 12/17/89, various pagings
  • Prisons, Mississippi
    • Supreme Court says 'bad conditions' not unconstitutional, 6/18/91, 1A
    • Treatment for sex offenders, 8/25/86, 1A
    • Vandalism, 6/20/87, 3B
    • Work programs, 9/1/87, 1A
  • Prisons, Mississippi SEE ALSO Parchman
  • Prisons, Yazoo County
    • 750 jobs seen in U.S. prison plan, 12/11/91, 1B
    • Congress OKs $80 million for facility, 10/2/92, 1B
    • Construction gets final approval, 1/9/93, 1B
    • County receives federal grant to improve roads, 3/3/94, 1B
    • Group says trouble will outweigh benefit, 4/3/91, 3B
    • Minimum security means 'no fence', 4/10/91, 1A
    • U.S. to build $50M prison in county, 3/23/91, 1A
    • Yazoo City waiting on jobs, 7/18/93, 1G
  • Pritchard, George, 9/4/87, 1A; 9/7/87, 2B; 9/10/87, 1A; 9/12/87, 1A; 9/25/87, 4B; 9/28/87,1A; 910/87, 1A
    • Pastor
      • Wields gun in church, 9/1/87,1A; 9/2/87, 1B; 9/3/87, 1B; 9/4/87, 1A
  • Pritchard, James, 7/6/86, 4F
  • Pritchard, Ken SEE Apartments, Madison
  • Pritchard, Sandra
    • Named Hinds County Teacher of the Year, 5/15/92, 4B
  • Private prisons SEE Prisons, Greenwood
  • Private Property Rights Act SEE Mississippi Legislature, 1994
  • Private schools
    • Center their Christmas celebrations on religious aspect, 12/12/89, 4B
    • Public school employees send kids to acadamies, 9/15/86, 1A
    • Sales of school stock finances schools, 9/10/91, 4B
    • Stigma attached, 11/9/86, 1G
    • Student test scores, 2/14/89, 1B
  • Privatization, Hinds County
    • Supervisors eyeing possible projects, 11/5/85, 3B
  • Privatization, Jackson
    • Cutting city costs, 9/9/85, 1A
  • Privatization, Mississippi
    • Commission recommends privatizing prisons, 2/1/92, 3B
    • Gunn introduces bill in Legislature, 1/16/93, 1B
    • Home health program a possibility, 7/9/92, 2B; 10/14/93, 2B
    • NAACP against measures, 2/11/93, 3B
  • PRIVATIZATION, MISSISSIPPI
    • PEER REPORT TARGETS 90 STATE PROGRAMS, 12/18/92, 1A, 17A (list)
  • Privatization, Mississippi
    • Pro (Mike Gunn) and Con (Bill Chandler), 3/14/93, 2G
  • Privatization, Mississippi SEE ALSO
    • Department of Human Services---Privatization...
  • Privatization, Natchez
    • City considering privately owned jail, 9/20/92, 2B
  • Privatization, Rankin County
    • Supervisors considering new privately run jail, 9/4/92, 4B
  • PRM SEE Public Radio in Mississippi
  • Pro Maintenance Services
    • South Jackson business threatened by multiple thefts, 9/12/94, 3B
  • Pro-Mark Inc
    • Samuel Pierce ok'd contract for state firm, 7/31/89, 1A
  • Process servers, 4/13/87, 1C
  • Procter & Gamble
    • Battling rumors of Satanism, 3/8/90, 6B
  • Proctor, Ennis
    • Director of Mississippi High School Activities Association, 8/20/91, 4B
  • Prodigy
    • Subscribers boycott electronic mail company over fee hikes, 4/16/93, 5B
  • Prodintorg SEE Amercan Poultry Intl.
  • Producers Feed Co
    • Catfish feed company, 8/20/88, 8B
  • Product liability
    • House bill would clarify how liable a manufacturer is, 3/18/92, 2B
  • Product Services Co
    • Fire at warehouse, 12/11/92, 4B; 12/13/92, 1B
  • Professional Ambulance Services SEE Emergency medical service, Jackson
  • Professional Aviation Service
    • Fined $15,000, 5/1/86, 2B
    • Under investigation by FAA, 1/22/86, 1B
  • Professional Nursing Services
    • Cares for sick children of working parents, 2/4/90, 1E
  • Professors
    • College faculties deserve merit raise, Zacharias says, 11/28/89, 1B
    • JSU professor
      • Shot, 3/21/87, 1A
    • MSU
      • Bond for suspects, 1/16/87, 1B
      • Slaying
        • 1/6/87, 1B, 1/7/87, 1A; 1/8/87, 1A
    • To get 8% raise, 6/18/87, 3B
  • PROFILE MISSISSIPPI, 2/26/95, sections I,J,K; 2/28/93, sections H,I,J,K
  • Profile Mississippi
    • Business, agribusiness, education, quality of life, 3/1/92, parts I-IV
  • Profilet, Cynthia
    • Jackson teacher writes children's book 'Kamal's Quest', 10/14/93, 1D
  • Progressive Shoe Store
    • Pontotoc
      • Worldwide clientele, 5//22/88, 1G
  • Progressive slot machines SEE Slot machines
  • Progressive Victory Christian Ministries
    • Reclaiming JSU area, 1/23/93, 1D
  • Project 95
    • Schools scurry to comply with added courses, 2/4/91, 1B
    • Tougher high school and college admissions standards, 2/28/90, 2B
  • Project ACCESS SEE Canada, Ben
  • Project Aware SEE Prisoners, Mississippi---Project...
  • Project EASY
    • Tutoring program in science, math and English, 11/5/91, 4B
  • Project GESTALT
    • Federal grant to Jackson schools for 4-H tutoring program, 11/2/93, 5B
  • Project Hospitality
    • Feeding homeless in Jackson and Los Angeles, 7/3/92, 4B; 7/4/92, 1A
  • Project LEAP
    • Literacy program on public television, 2/10/93, 3B
    • Needy women provide gifts for homeless shelter, 12/10/93, 1A
  • Project Learning Tree
    • School environmental learning program, 2/9/93, 4B
  • Project Marine Discovery Sea Camp
    • In Biloxi, 7/16/92, 1A
  • Project Touch
    • Help for life crises, 8/18/85, 3B
  • Project Triggerlock
    • Federal law targeting gun-using criminals enforced locally, 4/11/91, 4B
    • Felon Charles William Thomas facing life sentence, 10/26/91, 3B
  • Project Vote Smart
    • Telephone answer line, 7/13/92, 2B
  • Project YES
    • Introduces students to state universities, 7/10/89, 1A
  • Prom
    • Big evening from perspective of parents, students and teachers, 3/8/92, 1E
    • Murrah
      • Drinking and driving letter, 5/1/87, 1A
    • Prom night--a date with disaster, 4/22/94, 1E
    • Time for the picture-perfect dress, 4/11/90, 1D
    • You'll need a bundle of cash, 3/8/92, 1E
  • Promise Keepers
    • To help men understand their roles in family, job, church, 7/23/94, 5D
  • Propane
    • Cold weather increases demand, 12/23/89, 6B
    • Propane tank burning at Coca-Cola plant, 12/6/90, 5B
    • Propane truck fire on I-55 South, 5/17/94, 1A
  • Property taxes
    • Supervisors vow no new taxes, 8/31/94, 1B
  • Property taxes SEE ALSO Income tax; Taxes
  • Property taxes, Clinton
    • Residents will see increase, 9/9/89, 5B
    • Tax rise due to raises for firefighters, police, 9/14/90, 5B
  • Property taxes, Hattiesburg
    • Mayor says 1994 budget may necessitate increase, 8/11/93, 3B
  • Property taxes, Hinds County
    • County could lose $440,000 in delinquent taxes, 10/16/90, 5B
    • County holds unpaid tax bills worth $500,000, 7/5/92, 1A; 10/14/89, 5B
    • Deal with city of Jackson raises taxes in county, 9/16/93, 1A, 4B
    • Lack of computer hookup slows rebates, 3/9/91, 5B
    • Real estate values decline for 1st time in 21 years, 7/3/91, 4B
    • Will see slight increase, 8/17/89, 3B; 9/6/89, 2B
    • Will soar to pay for maintainance of new jail, 8/13/92, 1A
  • Property taxes, Jackson
    • City Council votes against raising property taxes, 9/14/90, 1B
    • Councilman Stokes proposes 2 mill hike, 8/22/90, 1A
    • Increase seen, 9/16/87, 1B
  • Property taxes, Mississippi
    • IRS cites savings with access to computerized courthouses, 1B; 1/2/89
    • Property owners can check tax rolls, question assesement, 2/2/92. 2G
  • Property taxes, Rankin County
    • Supervisors OK tax hike, 9/13/89, 3B
  • Prosecuting Attorney (Hinds County) SEE Moss, Joe
  • Prospere, Jane
    • Tour guide for Natchez Pilgrimage Tours
      • A Day in the Life, 10/3/94, 1D
  • Prostate cancer
    • Free examinations offered for men over 40, 9/20/91, 1E
    • Pat Pepper faced fear to cope, 7/25/93, 1E
    • Quietest killer, 7/25/93, 1E, 2E
  • Prostate cancer SEE ALSO Fordice, Kirk
  • Prostitution
    • Death of prostitute; deterrent, 11/10/86, 1B
    • Ex-trooper McGriggs is cleared on soliciting charges, 10/18/90, 5B
    • Ex-trooper McGriggs, others charged with soliciting, 8/13/90, 1A; 8/26/90, 4B
    • HIV-positive prostitutes may named to Health Department, 8/1/93, 1A
    • Jackson
      • Prostitute dies of AIDS, 3/6/87, 1A
    • Male David Holliday found shot
      • Figure in 1983 gubernatorial campaign, 11/9/93, 1B
    • Male prostitute and AIDS, 2/12/87, 1A
    • Male prostitute James McIntyre accused of soliciting, 3/3/92, 3B
    • Male prostitute McIntyre back in city jail, 9/27/90, 1B
    • Male prostitute, AIDS-carrier, sentenced to Parchman, 4/14/89, 1B
    • Mississippi
      • Children enticed into prostitution have no legal protection, 3/19/90, 1B
    • More stings by Jackson police will come, 8/24/93, 5B
    • Oktibbeha County
      • 13 charged in park, 11/10/88, 3B
    • Police sting on Highway 80 West in Jackson, 4/13/93, 1B
    • Prostitutes convicted in Jackson to get more jail time, 12/28/94, 1B
    • Ring
      • Arrests, 3/19/87, 1A
    • Stokes wants prostitutes off streets, tougher laws, 11/24/94, 1B
    • Undercover operation nets 17 arrests on Highway 80, 1/12/93, 5B
  • Prostitution SEE ALSO Call girl ring
  • Prostitution SEE ALSO Sexually abused children---Neshoba County
  • Protection devices SEE Crime rate, Mississippi
  • Protestant denominations
    • Statistics, 6/13/87, 3B
  • Provine band
    • Pictorial, 9/6/87, 1C
  • Provine High School
    • 14 students arrested after fight, 9/9/92, 4B
    • Board to decide fate of suspended students, 2/18/92, 1B; 2/19/92, 1B
    • Canada and task force study alternatives to expulsions, 3/11/92, 2B
    • Canada institutes complete restructuring, 4/3/92, 1A; 4/4/92, 1B; 4/21/92, 5B
    • Chain-link fence to surround school, 2/22/92, 1B; 2/24/92, 1A
    • City councilman Armstrong and others protest expulsions, 2/26/92, 1B
    • Course in science of weather, 5/8/90, 4B
    • Emmanuel Reeves is named principal, 4/10/92, 4B
    • European Dreamers, group of students want to see Europe, 8/26/93, 1D
    • Expulsions for school fight wrong, parent says, 2/23/92, 1A
    • Expulsions protested by citizens' group, 3/6/92, 4B
    • Moms in the Hall program, 10/22/94, 1B
    • Officials hope restructuring will erase bad memories, 5/18/92, 1A
    • PEP program, 1/26/90, 4B
    • Poll giving citizens' opinions on expulsions, 2/25/92, 1B
    • School Board OKs evening classes at Provine, 11/27/90, 1B; 12/9/91, 1B
    • Student leaders say school is safe, 9/23/94, 4B
    • Student punches teacher Michael Wright, 3/3/93, 1B
    • Student shot by schoolmate after school, 9/5/91, 1B; 9/6/91, 1A; 9/7/91, 5B
    • Students face expulsion after January 21 fight, 1/30/92, 1A; 1/31/92, 1B
    • Urban League says mediation is needed instead of expulsions, 2/27/92, 4B
  • Prude, Tommy SEE Schools---Columbus
  • Prudential Securities Inc
    • CEO Wick Simmons visits Jackson office, 3/26/94, 6B
    • OKs settlement; 1300 Mississippians may make claims, 10/22/93, 5B
  • Prudential-Bache Securities
    • To buy $5.6 million in Jackson school bonds, 9/5/91, 2B
  • Pruett, Keith SEE Sovereign immunity
  • Pruett, Marion A
    • Arguments start, 2/12/88, 1A
    • Arkansas expected to set execution, 3/8/88, 1A
    • Arkansas sets execution for 4/17/88, 3/9/88, 1B
    • Arkansas wants to execute, 4/29/87, 1A
    • Case goes to jury, 2/17/88,1A
    • Challenges law limiting attor. pay, 8/17/88, 4B
    • Claims 2 more slayings in Arkansas, 10/2/89, 1A
    • Death penalty reinstatement sought, 11/15/86, 1B
    • Death row inmate plans to wed California woman, 9/20/90, 1A
    • Defense scraps case, 2/19/88, 1A
    • Demands $10,000 for taking blame for Alabama killings, 9/20/90, 1B
    • Friend says he wants to stop appeals, 1/1/90, 1B
    • Guilty verdict, 2/18/88, 1A
    • Hearing on retrial, 5/19/87, 1B; 6/20/87, 3B
    • Hinds can retry, 9/22/87, 4B; 9/23/87, 1B; 9/24/87, 1A; 9/26/87, 3B
    • Judge in Arkansas grants stay of execution, 4/6/88, 1B
    • Judge postpones sentencing, 2/20/88, 1A
    • Judge won't disqualify himself, 1/5/88, 4B; 1/6/88, 3B; 1/9/88, 1B
    • Juror voted for life term, 2/27/88, 1A
    • Jury hears confession, 2/16/88, 1A
    • Jury questioning continues, 2/2/88, 3B
    • Jury seating continues, 1/27/88, 4B
    • Jury split:means life sentence, 2/26/88, 1A
    • Legal bill for second trial is $65,000+ to taxpayers, 4/6/92, 1B
    • Letter said to prove his guilt in Arkansas killings, 4/27/90, 1A
    • Letter to editor, 3/12/88, 12A
    • Lowe's family criticizes system, juror, 3/12/88, 1A
    • Mississippi Supreme Court says can be retried, 9/3/87, 1A+; 9/4/87, 1B
    • Newspapers file suit to open proceedings, 7/4/87, 3B
    • Panel hears arguments over case, 10/7/87, 3B
    • Psychologists disagree, 2/13/88, 1A
    • Records & proceedings:closed, 1/2/88, 1B; 12/17/87, 2B
    • Retrial delayed to January, 10/3/87, 1B
    • Retrial delayed to November, 7/8/87, 1B
    • Retrial problem, 6/9/87, 1B; 7/1/87, 1A; 7/3/87, 1A; 9/30/87, 2B
    • Sentence & conviction overturned, 3/25/86, 1A
    • Supreme Court refuses to open file case, 11/19/87, 1A
    • To be retried, 6/17/87, 1A
    • To get new trial, 4/28/87, 1A; 5/9/87, 1B
    • Trial begins behind closed doors, 1/25/88, 1A; 1/26/88, 1B
    • Trial cost $26,000 +, 3/17/88, 1B
    • Wants $20,000 for information on Lowe's jewelry, 11/14/89, 1A
    • Witness: Put Pruett on streets, 2/25/88, 1B
    • Won't get mistrial, 2/23/88, 1A
  • Pryor, William
    • Gulfport teacher honored by Disney channel, 5/25/90, 4B
  • PSC, 3/23/89, 1A
    • Admits forcing Wallace to retire, 7/8/89, 1A
    • Allows MP&L to set rates without public hearings, 12/28/90, 6B
    • Appointed PSC may be better, experts say, 12/11/88, 1A
    • Attorney General urges restrictions on its secret meetings, 8/7/89, 1A
    • Audit Grand Gulf, 1/29/87, 8B
    • Authorities meeting privately with utility officials, 1/11/90, 1B
    • Begins hearings on reducing telephone rates, 5/13/90, 1G
    • Big changes not likely with new staff director, 7/22/90, 1G
    • Bill requiring that positions be filled by popular vote, 2/10/92, 1A; 2/13/92, 1B; 2/16/92, 1G
    • Bill to increase commissioners to 5 fails, 2/1/90, 4B; 2/7/90, 1B
    • Bribery indictments: effect on taxpayers, 12/9/88, 1A
    • Candidates for PSC staff head narrowed to 3, 7/3/90, 6B
    • Charges politically motivated, 3/18/86, 1A; 3/19/86, 1B
    • Commissioners accepting contributions from utilities, 10/12/89, 1A
    • Commissioners race, 7/20/87, 1B
    • Committee backs adjustable rates for utilities, 1/19/89; 8B
    • Contradictions could be key in PSC case, 12/27/88, 1A
    • Court: PSC in error, overturns MPC rate plan, 1A; 1/5/89
    • Current, former PSC commissioners indicted, 12/9/88, 1A
    • Deer is removed from post by Wilkerson, 9/18/90, 1A
    • Document shows PSC officials rewrote MP&L audit, 8/14/89, 1A
    • Economist fired after questioning Power Company figures, 10/12/90, 1B
    • Four indicted in PSC case enter innocent pleas, 12/10/88, 1A
    • Havens strikes plea bargain with feds, 3/22/89, 1A
    • Havens' plea bargain may fall through, 4/6/89, 1B
    • Hearing on private meetings, 11/7/89, 1A; 11/8/89, 1B
    • Hearings are rigged phone official says at Snyder trial, 12/7/89, 1A
    • Hebert named by Fordice to PSC post, 6/23/92, 1A
    • House committe recommends adding 2 commissioners, 1/18/90, 1B
    • House votes not to alter makeup of Commission, 3/9/90, 1B
    • Howie worked briefly in 1990 for utility regulated by PSC, 3/25/91, 1A
    • Independent utilities panel key to restoring trust, 6/10/90, 3H
    • Inquiry into promotional practices by utility companies, 6/8/94, 8B; 6/9/94, 5B
    • Judge grants separate trial for Little, 3/31/89, 3B
    • Judge's ruling eliminates $12M in truck fees, largely to PSC, 3/1/91, 1A
    • Lawmakers question hirings, 1/24/86, 1B
    • Legislators fail again to override Mabus veto, 3/18/89, 1A
    • Legislators may mandate reform on private meetings, 8/27/89, 1H
    • Legislators submit legislation to reform PSC, 12/19/89, 1A
    • Legislators, commissioners discuss reform, 10/13/89, 1A
    • Legislature OKs bill to change PSC's structure, 3/29/90, 1B
    • Legislature outlaws secret deals with utility companies, 2/3/90, 3B
    • Long-distance carriers can compete for in-state calls, 8/9/89, 6B
    • Mabus retains right to appoint PSC positions, 3/17/89, 1A
    • Mabus vetoes bill on PSC appointments, 3/15/89, 1B
    • May ask 1992 Legislature to expand its rule-making authority, 1/6/92, 1B
    • Method of operation should undergo changes, 8/20/89, 3H
    • MP&L rate hike, 2/26/87, 1A
    • MP&L rates, 6/18/87, 1A
    • New rules likely to increase utility bills, 8/22/89, 3B
    • Orders BellSouth cuts, 4/24/87, 1A
    • Orders BellSouth to open in-state lines, 10/30/92, 6B
    • Orders BellSouth to refund $1.06 Million, 1/11/90, 1A
    • Overhaul of agency may require more personnel, 1/17/91, 6B
    • PEER faults PSC for inefficiency, 1A; 1/24/89
    • Perry declines post on PSC, 12/27/89, 1B
    • Plans to have General Electric pay for Grand Gulf, 8/20/87,8B
    • Poll: Many feel officials are corrupt, 3/21/89, 1A
    • Puts foot down on account used to order boots, 1/25/89; 2B
    • Reform bill requires employees to reapply for their jobs, 9/5/90, 6B
    • Reform is slowly changing PSC, chief says, 1/11/91, 5B
    • Report raps fiscal, hiring habits, 1/11/86, 1A
    • Robinson accepts post on Commission, 12/28/89, 1A
    • Scandal: Bribery scheme, 12/9/88, 17A
    • Scandals leave little choice but to order reforms, 12/17/89, 1A
    • Senate approves bill for investigating PSC, 3/25/89, 1B
    • Senator Crook says panel can watchdog PSC, 1/20/90, 1A
    • Sets hearing on paying for Grand Gulf 2, 8/2/89, 3B
    • Snyder indicted 2nd time in 3 months, 5/5/89, 1A, 1B
    • Snyder pleads innocent; won't quit PSC, 5/6/89, 1A
    • Snyder's trial to stay in Mississippi, 3/28/89, 3B
    • To consider Grand Gulf 2 settlement, refund, 7/26/89, 1A
    • To start monthly news conferences, 1/8/92, 8B
    • Ward and Snyder ordered to stand trial separately, 7/6/89, 1B
    • Watson appointed to fill Havens seat, 2/26/88, 8B
    • Wilkerson cites funds in firings; then hikes payroll, 3/25/91, 1A
    • Wilkerson is named staff head, 7/14/90, 1A
  • PSC SEE ALSO Havens, Lynn, Snyder, D.W.
  • PSC SEE ALSO Long-distance rates
  • Psychiatrists
    • Gulfport
      • Dr. Leonard Ball gives up license, 5/19/89, 1B
  • Psychic
    • Assists in body search in Vicksburg, 7/30/87, 1B
    • Dianna Zinn of Ocean Springs, 1/17/90, 1D
  • Psychotherapy
    • Religious
      • Eugene Dyess, 4/25/87, 1C
  • PTAs
    • 3 honored at anniversary celebration merging black and white PTAs, 2/4/94, 1B
    • 500 at Natchez town meeting want education 'back on front burner', 3/17/92, 1A
    • Celebration of National PTA Month, 1/29/91, 4B
    • Clinton resident Betty Collins member of 6 different PTAs, 10/29/94, 1A
    • Fordice tells state group money no answer to better schools, 1/23/92, 1A
    • Holds last of seven rallies on education funding, 3/31/92, 1A
    • Jackson Council holds legislative forum, 11/4/93, 4B; 11/5/93, 1B
    • Jackson's Gary Road Elementary PTA named state's best, 5/2/92, 4B
    • Leaders hear mixed messages on education reform funding, 1/24/91, 1B
    • Push for parental time off with pay for school conferences, 10/26/90, 4B
    • Reflections competition, 5/19/92, 4B
    • Refuses money raised by RTS on 1-900 solicitation, 9/26/90, 2B; 12/31/90, 3B
    • Social values are as important as scholastic basics, PTA says, 5/4/90, 4B
    • State association meets on coast, 4/28/92, 4B; 5/2/92, 3B
    • State board helps local PTAs become more effective, 8/10/90, 4B
    • State convention will hear Miss America, 4/28/93, 2B
    • State group to focus on teacher pay raises, 1/26/93, 4B
    • State groups enlisted by Molpus in 'war' for better schools, 5/4/91, 1A
    • State groups get $200 grants, 11/13/89, 1B
    • State meeting addressed by Frank Melton, 5/1/93, 1B
    • State meeting addressed by Molpus, 4/30/93, 2B
    • State's fast-growing PTA holds annual conference, 5/10/90, 1B
    • Timberlawn Elementary's PTA wins national advocate award, 5/22/91, 2B
    • Top state officals fail to attend PTA education conference, 9/1/90, 2B
  • PTL
    • Bakker, 3 former aides indicted for fraud, tax evasion, 12/6/88, 1A
    • Rev. Tim O'Leary's opinion, 3/30/87, 1A
  • Public access channel
    • Debuts on cable TV in Jackson, 7/4/89, 1D
    • For people with a message, 7/31/94, 1E
    • Jackson churches are frequent users, 1/21/92, 1D
    • Topless dancers shock viewers, 10/23/92, 5B
  • Public assistance SEE Welfare reform
  • Public Defender Consortium
    • City of Jackson's new body to represent poor defendants, 12/15/93, 4B
    • Lumumba sues city on contract, 1/4/94, 4B
  • Public defenders
    • Committee of judges studies need in Hinds County, 4/6/91, 5B
    • Cost-cutting move to serve indigent clients, 7/12/93, 3B
    • Court-appointed lawyers Powell and Horn win challenge to $1000 fee, 3/23/91, 4B
    • Court-appointed lawyers underpaid?, 7/26/90, 1B; 9/29/90, 1B; 10/10/90, 5B
    • Fortner calls for inmate release from overcrowded Jackson city jail, 5/20/93, 1B
    • Fortner has job and staff, but no offices, 11/26/91, 5B; 12/21/91, 5B
    • Fortner says 64 prisoners held unconstitutionally in Jackson jail, 5/29/93, 1A
    • Fortner will defend David Smith, Ricky Jo Simmons' accused killer, 3/2/92, 1A
    • Hinds County sets up office to represent indigents, 1/29/91, 5B
    • Hinds County to hire 1st permanent defender, 8/20/91, 5B
    • Jackson countian Thomas Fortner is named to Hinds post, 9/18/91, 2B
    • Judge won't lift limit on court-appointed attorney fees, 11/30/90, 5B
    • Needed by Hinds County, 8/18/87, 1B
    • Poor public defense hits hardest on least able to pay, 11/27/88, 1B
    • Rankin County staff requests raises or more personnel, 7/28/92, 5B
    • State Supreme Court says they need pay raise, 12/28/90, 1B
  • Public Education Forum of Mississippi
    • Aiming for higher profile, 6/2/91, 3B
    • Building Tomorrow Today..., 11/10/92, 4B
    • Business community plan, 11/13/92, 1A
    • Curlee is named director, 10/23/93, 1A; 10/26/93, 1B
    • Donald Cotten of USM is chief, 9/29/94, 2B
    • Funding, student safety top reform agenda, 10/6/94, 3B
    • Raising funds, poised to become viable force, 5/20/94, 1A
    • To conduct major review of state's education, 2/4/92, 4B
  • Public Education in the Twentienth Century South
    • Symposium at Ole Miss, 9/15/92, 4B
  • Public employees SEE State employees
  • Public Employees Retirement System
    • Attorney General: Funds are safe, 9/22/88, 1B
    • Fund draws interest, 10/2/88, 1G
    • Jeanne R. Walker replaces Irl Dean Rhodes, 9/26/89, 3B
    • Lost $138 Million in Crash, 12/19/87, 1A
    • Nominations sought to fill Rhodes' position, 7/11/89, 1B
    • Not be consolidated?, 4/19/88, 1B
    • Pay hike rejected, 10/27/88, 3B
    • PEER report on, 2/8/90, 2B
    • Raise for head balked at, 10/17/88, 1A
    • Rhodes elected chairman, 6/16/89, 1A; 6/17/89, 1A
    • Rhodes resigns board post, 6/28/89, 1A; 8/16/89, 2B
  • PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM
    • SECURING A FUTURE, 3/24/91, 1A+
  • Public Employees Retirement System
    • Walker's efforts to get on Board are questioned, 8/1/93, 3G
  • Public Enemy
    • Rap music group at Coliseum, 8/9/90, 8E
    • Rap show at Coliseum, 12/26/91, 8G; 12/30/91, 1B
  • Public housing
    • Cleveland
      • Low income tenants face eviction with HUD pullout, 3/14/92, 3B; 3/25/92, 1B
    • Jackson
      • Audit shows overdrafts, losses, 12/24/87, 1A
      • City to contract with Enterprise Foundation, 2/13/91, 5B
      • Councilman Stokes calls for greater police presence, 12/21/91, 5B
      • Ditto orders probe of missing housing grant money, 7/28/90, 2B
      • HUD grant of $1.6 million to improve city housing, 10/30/91, 5B
      • No vacancy: doors closing on public-housing availability, 1/21/91, 1B
      • Police officers to develope anti-crime programs, 10/25/91, 4B
  • Public housing SEE ALSO Housing
  • Public housing SEE ALSO Metro Manor Apartments
  • Public land
    • Mississippi
      • Was Reagan good guy or bad guy?, 11/13/88, 1H
  • Public Radio in Mississippi
    • Blend of classical music and news
      • Faces behind the voices, 8/8/93, 1F
  • Public relations
    • Mississippi
      • Examples, 9/8/85, 1E
  • Public Safety Commission SEE Dixon, Louisa
  • Public Safety Task Force
    • Brainstorms on ways to reduce Jackson crime, 12/18/93, 4B
  • Public School Forum
    • New group expects to have clout, 8/3/89, 1B
  • Public School Forum of Mississippi
    • Business leaders, educators unite to help schools, 6/2/89, 1A
  • Public schools SEE Schools, ...
  • Public schools (Jackson) SEE Jackson Public Schools
  • Public Service Commission SEE PSC
  • Public Service Commission SEE ALSO Havens, Lynn, Snyder, D.W.
  • Public speaking
    • Actor John Maxwell gives seminars on overcoming fear, 8/7/91, 1D
  • Public Trusts Tidelands Comm
    • Agency accepts rental rates, 10/13/88, 4B
  • Public welfare SEE Welfare, Mississippi
  • Public Works Department SEE Jackson Public Works Department
  • Puckett Attendance Center
    • Composting project using poultry manure, 4/20/94, 1B
  • Puckett Laboratories, 5/3/87, 1I
  • Puckett, Billy
    • Youngster with brain tumor has early Christmas 'snow', 12/5/89, 1B
  • Puckett, Harold
    • Jackson chimney sweep offers tips on fireplace care, 12/6/91, 1F
  • Puckett, M. Bernard SEE MTel
  • Puckett, Mississippi
    • Drilling under way to kill blown well, 9/11/85, 1B
    • Evacuation ordered after explosion, 9/24/85, 1A
    • Evacuees return home, 9/26/85, 1A
    • Flames hinder workers, 7/24/85, 1A; 7/25/85, 1A
    • Justice Department seeks to join suit against board, 2/28/89, 1B; 4/3/89, 1B
    • Lack of plan hampered evacuation, 7/20/85, 1A
    • Pilot flames in place, 7/22/85, 1A; 7/23/85, 1A
    • Pilot light problems, 7/17/85, 1A; 7/19/85, 1A
    • Residents seek reparation, 9/27/85, 1A
    • Sour gas well a bitter memory, 11/2/5/85, 1B
    • Well explosion, 7/18/85, 1A
  • Puckett, Nolan Keith SEE Washington, Bob
  • Puckett, Steve SEE ALSO South Mississippi Correctional Institute
  • Puckett, Susan
    • A Cook's Tour of Mississippi, 9/22/88, 1E
  • Puddin Place
    • Bed-and-breakfast inn in Oxford
      • Weekend getaway, 11/26/92, 3H
  • Pugnacious Porkers
    • Rankin County team off to Memphis barbecue competition, 5/10/90, 1D
  • Pull-tab gambling devices SEE Bingo machines
  • Pullen, Jeanette
    • Doctor is driving force behind Children's Cancer Clinic, 3/12/91, 1D
  • Pulliam, Charles
    • Terminally ill Parchman prisoner goes home, 9/16/93, 1A; 9/18/93, 1A; 11/27/93, 2B
  • Pulpwood industry
    • Pulp, paper boom helps create jobs, 1/29/89, 11H
  • Pulsar Plastics Inc
    • Illinois-based company to build plant in Sardis, 2/11/92, 6B
  • Pump Boys and Dinettes
    • At New Stage, 9/7/89, 1E; 9/8/89, 12A
  • Pumping plant
    • Delta
      • Plan criticized, 7/7/86, 1B
  • Pumpkins
    • Wee Care Child Care Center picks pumpkins at Richalnd farm, 10/31/90, 1D
  • Punchy's
    • Restaurant review, 11/22/87, 1G
  • Punchy's Live Charcoal Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 10/14/93, 4E
  • Punitive damage lawsuits SEE ALSO Sovereign immunity
  • Punitive damages
    • Effort to limit backfires, 1/23/86, 8B
    • House bill would limit awards for lawsuits, 2/10/93, 1B
    • Lobbyists debating Legislative bills, 4/1/92, 5B
    • U.S. Supreme Court decision won't affect state, 3/6/91, 6B
  • Punxsutawney Phil
    • Groundhog Day, 2/3/88, 1B
  • Pupils SEE Students
  • Purdy, James SEE Technology Optical Card
  • Purim SEE Jews
  • Purple Creek Plaza
    • Debate over who will pay delays stoplight project, 4/26/91, 5B; 5/1/91, 5B
    • Two new retail chains come to County Line Road, 3/16/90, 8B
  • Purple Heart SEE Military Order of the Purple Heart
  • Purple martin
    • Carroll Industries: Gourds, 2/27/88, 4C
    • Gourds as homes, 10/22/85, 1C
  • Purple Parrott
    • Hattiesburg
      • Restaurant review, 1/29/89, 1F
  • Purrfect Parakeet
    • Owner must quarantine birds until testing completed, 7/9/94, 3B
    • Poplarville pet store supplier faces cruelty to animals charges, 6/28/94, 1B
  • Purse snatchings
    • Bystander with gun thwarts would-be purse snatcher in Jackson, 9/9/91, 3B
    • Citizens catch would-be robber outside Elite Restaurant, 8/16/91, 4B
    • Holidays swell number of purse snatchings, 11/29/91, 1B; 12/11/89, 2B
    • Nabbed suspect, 9/15/87, 1B
    • Southhaven grandmother punctures thief's car tires, 12/2/92, 2B
  • Purses
    • Large purses can cause shoulder pain, 9/23/93, 1D
  • Purvis, Mississippi, 2/28/88, 3B
    • Lamar County museum; Real McCoy furniture builders
      • Weekend getaway, 8/1/91, 3E
  • Purvis, Perrin SEE Board for Community and Junior Colleges
  • PUSH (People Understanding the Severely Handicapped) SEE Disabled
  • Putnam, Michael SEE Drunken driving---Putnam...
  • Putting Parent Involvement to Work
    • Linda Jones and Jack Blendinger, authors, 10/13/92, 4B
  • Pyles, Dixon SEE Sovereignty Commission
  • Pyramid scheme
    • Attorney: All players should be charged, 2/5/88, 3B
    • Bolivar County
      • Judge freezes couples assets, 1/30/88, 1B
    • Friends Network Gifting Program, 2/2/94, 5B
    • Illegal scheme operating in Pike and Lincoln counties, 2/21/94, 3B
    • State looks into possible scheme, 12/27/92, 5B
  • Pyron, Shag
    • Gets 2 yrs in plea bargain, 10/1/88, 1A
    • His scam victims not being repaid, 7/18/93, 1A; 7/22/93, 3B
    • Indicted, 10/3/86, 1A
    • Pleads guilty, 8/18/87, 1A
    • Pleads innocent, 4/17/87, 1A
    • Pleads innocent to mail fraud charges, 10/4/86, 1A
    • Re-indicted, 4/9/87, 1A
    • Trial, 12/18/86, 1A,1B
  • Pyron, Terry
    • Jurors reach compromise, 12/29/86, 1B
    • Supervisors' distrust lead to firing, 12/20/86, 1B
 

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