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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1995 P  

  • Pacific, Jeannene
    • Jones County DA publicly apologies to judge, 10/9/95, 1B
  • Paddlewheelers SEE American Queen
  • Padmaja, Sow SEE Hinduism
  • Page, Corey
    • Charged in beating death of his brother Hal Page, 3/10/95, 4B
  • Pagers
    • Popular Christmas gifts, 12/21/95, 1D
  • Palaces of St.Petersburg
    • $1.5M in funding given to Vietnam memorial, 2/24/95, 1B
    • Call for volunteers, 11/12/95, 9B
    • City Council split on paying utility bill, 8/3/95, 6B; 8/4/95, 4B
    • City will pay utility bills, 8/9/95, 4B
    • City, lot owners planning on parking, 12/24/95, 1A
    • Elaborate book is planned, 4/24/95, 1B
    • Faberge egg to be part of exhibit, 11/16/95, 1B
    • Grandeur to be recreated in Jackson, 3/1/95, 1D; 3/2/95, 1B
    • Mississippi Arts Pavilion gets facelift, 5/6/95, 3B
    • National travel writers get preview, 4/6/95, 4B
    • Other cities in region will benefit, 8/25/95, 1A
    • Reduced rates for students, 12/15/95, 3B
    • Russian craftsmen at work on replications, 8/25/95, 1E
    • Russian orchestra to perform, 3/3/96, 1E; 12/14/95, 5B
    • Tokyo museum seeking exhibit, 9/6/95, 1B
    • Works from Hermitage Museum included, 12/24/95, 1F
  • Paladins, The
    • At Hal & Mal's, 5/4/95, 10E
  • Palette, The
    • Restaurant review, 11/23/95, 4E
  • Palmer, Willie
    • HIV-infected man pleads guilty to assault in biting incident, 3/1/95, 1A
  • Paraplegics SEE Middleton, Tammy
  • Paraplegics SEE Sessums, Dorothy
  • PARCHMAN
    • 200 INMATES IN ISOLATION AFTER RIOT, 7/26/95, 1A, 1B; 7/27/95, 1A, 8A
    • GANGS RULE PRISON, AUDITOR STEVE PATTERSON SAYS, 2/3/95, 1A; 2/4/95, 3B
  • Parchman
    • Job shuffle: new superintendent is Raymond Roberts, 9/26/95, 2B
    • Missing body of inmate Elton Banks, 3/14/95, 1A
  • Parenting SEE Parents
  • Parenting Gifted Children Conference
    • At USM, 9/20/95, 2B
  • Parenting, a Godly Lifestyle of Faith and Example
    • Seminar, 9/2/95, 1D
  • Parents
    • Adult children: know your parents' financial situation, 8/7/95, 4B
    • How to search for birth parents, 8/27/95, 2B
    • Single parents pull double duty, 1/12/95, 1D
    • Successful Parenting: Building Foundations In Childhood, 4/26/95, 1D
    • When parents commit murder, children carry deepest wounds, 4/23/95, 1E, 2E
  • Parents for Public Schools
    • Celebration of Excellence event, 4/9/95, 2B
    • New program announced by Wallace
      • PTA not consulted, 8/18/95, 4B
  • Parham Bridges Park South
    • Depot returned to Terry; park to close, 2/22/96, 4B; 12/8/95, 5B
  • Paris, Twila
    • Gospel vocalist performs at Colonial Heights Baptist Church, 3/11/95, 1D
  • Parker family slayings
    • Carr's execution is delayed for 30 days, 7/31/95, 1B
  • Parker, Mike
    • Aide Rick Hux switches to GOP, 10/31/95, 2B
    • Fellow Democrats upset he is helping Republicans with budget, 5/5/95, 4B
    • May switch to GOP, 7/26/95, 1B; 8/7/95, 1A; 8/8/95, 3B; 11/10/95, 3B
    • Representative pulls out of Democratic Coalition, 7/20/95, 1B
    • Stays a Democrat: tries to move party to center, 5/22/95, 1A
    • Switches to GOP, 11/11/95, 1B; 11/19/95, 1G, 3G (minor column)
  • Parker, Rhonda
    • Lactation consultant to new mothers
      • A Day in the Life, 8/8/95, 1D
  • Parkin's Pharmacy SEE ALSO Jitney Jungle---MediSTAT pharmacies
  • Parking tickets
    • Jackson City Council hears proposals on fine collections, 10/4/95, 1A; 10/9/95, 1A
    • JPD to use the boot, 2/1/96, 6B; 7/15/96, 1B; 12/20/95, 4B
    • Official wants scofflaws' names printed in newspaper, 1/14/95, 1B
  • Parking tickets SEE ALSO Greenfield, JoAnn
  • Parks SEE ALSO Amusement parks
  • Parks, Hinds County
    • New coordinator Leroy Thomas, 3/4/95, 4B
  • Parks, Pearl
    • $2 Million renovation to begin, 5/15/95, 1B
  • Parks, Rankin County
    • County to maintain McLin site on private land, 11/11/95, 4B
  • Parkway Company
    • Buys IBM building at County Line Road, 9/2/95, 5B
    • CEO Leland Speed says buy, not build
      • Profits up, 10/21/95, 5B
    • To purchase Security Centre complex, 6/28/95, 5B; 8/1/95, 5B
  • Parole
    • New law: felons must serve 85% of sentence, 12/10/94, 1B: 6/23/95, 1A
    • New truth-in-sentencing law, 2/25/95, 1A
  • Parrott, Roger SEE Belhaven College
  • Parrow, Michael
    • Drug dealer Walter Harris sentenced to life in Parrow slaying, 2/23/95, 2B
  • Parsons, Eddy
    • Trial of former Stone County supervisor, 7/12/95, 3B
    • Trial: mistrial due to attorney's illness, 7/21/95, 4B
  • Parsons, Thomas
    • Stone County attorney held on drug, sex charges, 3/28/95, 2B; 7/19/95, 3B
  • Pastors SEE Ministers
  • Patents SEE Universities, Mississippi
  • Patrick, Pete
    • Released from federal prison, 1/10/95, 1B
  • Patrick, Randal
    • Actor conducts 'So You Wanna Be in Pictures' seminars, 11/17/95, 1E
  • Patterson, Carlos
    • Jerome Kelly given 5 year sentence, 6/14/95, 3B
  • Patterson, Gerius
    • JSU student wins $60,000 scholarship, 5/13/95, 1B
  • Patterson, Steve
    • Presents Legislature with $650 Million in cost-cutting ideas, 2/9/95, 3B
    • Presents Legislature...Fordice cool to plan, 2/12/95, 3G (Minor column)
    • Says he will seek another term in 1995, 2/17/95, 3B
  • Patterson, Steve SEE ALSO Office of State Auditor
  • Paulk, Druanne
    • Horse trainer at Devonshire Farms in Madison County, 12/8/95, 1D
  • Peace--Together We Win Rally
    • Ex-pro footballer Dave Washington organizer, 6/10/95, 1D; 6/18/95, 1B
  • Peach Bowl, 1994
    • MSU falls to North Carolina State, 1/2/95, 1B
  • Peanuts
    • Mississippi crop survives dry summer, 10/1/95, 5B
  • Pearl Harbor
    • Remembered by Jacksonians Paul Tashiro and Carey Randall, 12/7/95, 1A
  • Pearl High School
    • Gas leak forces school closure, 10/20/95, 4B
    • Lab space for tech-prep program, 10/10/95, 4B
  • Pearl Public Schools
    • Educational Services Center
      • Counseling by prisoner Reggie Dixon, 11/3/95, 4B
    • Library for elementary school; ball field for high school, 5/9/95, 4B
    • Minor league football team at high school stadium, 9/12/95, 4B
    • Teachers' salaries raised, 4/26/95, 3B
  • Pearl River
    • 2 Texans stranded by high water near Jackson, 3/10/95, 1B
  • Pearl River County
    • Uncollected fines plague county government, 11/9/95, 4B
  • Pearl River County Hospital
    • Loses management firm Consolidated Health Corp, 1/21/95, 6B
  • Pearl River County Jail
    • Sex-related charges filed against inmates, 6/3/95, 3B
  • Pearl River Glass Studio
    • Andy Young, 3/8/87, 1F; 4/24/89, 4E; 11/10/95, 1E
  • Pearl River Studio/Gallery
    • Show of art work done by homeless, 12/10/95, 1F
  • Pearl River Valley Water Management District
    • Monitoring with new computer system, 2/14/95, 5B
  • Pearl Street Pasta
    • Restaurant review, 8/31/95, 4E
  • Pearl, Mississippi
    • Ballfields: optimistic for April opening, 10/11/95, 4B
    • Mayor-alderman power struggle to be decided at ballot box, 4/3/95, 1A; 4/4/95, 5B
    • Mayor-alderman power...aldermen retain power, 4/5/95, 1A
  • Pearson, Joseph
    • Works on display at Lauren Rogers Museum, 10/29/95, 1F
  • Peavey Electronics
    • Sells popular guitar made by Landola Co of Finland, 5/10/95, 5B
  • Pecans
    • 1995 crop a struggle after drought, 11/5/95, 5B
  • Pechloff, Billy
    • Mayor of Terry lost son in January auto accident, 1/30/95, 1B
  • PEER
    • Praises state's buying through competitive bid contracts, 6/28/95, 1B
  • PEER SEE ALSO Turcotte, John
  • Pelahatchie Elementary School
    • Residents say county treats them unfairly, 6/15/95, 4B
    • School to be closed, 8/3/95, 6B
  • Pelahatchie Police Department
    • Chief Lonnie Wilson resigns under pressure, 8/10/95, 1B
  • Pelahatchie, Mississippi
    • Mississippi Baking Co and Caradon spur economic growth, 3/17/95, 4B
  • Pelie, Patricia
    • Her watercolors hang at Pennebaker Studio Gallery, 8/20/95, 1F
  • Pendarvis, Nick
    • Columbia 4th-grader wins trip to Pro Bowl, 1/14/95, 1B
  • Penile surgery (VA) SEE Martin, Michael E
  • Penile surgery (VA) SEE Veterans Administration
  • Penilton, Johnny
    • Clinton man is city's first 1995 homicide, 7/10/95, 3B
  • Pentecostal Churches of the Apostolic Faith
    • Annual conference in Jackson draws 3500, 7/22/95, 1D
  • People's Law School
    • Mock court sessions, 3/17/95, 1E; 3/17/96, 1B; 3/20/96, 3B
  • People's Right to Initiate Model Education
    • As issue in governor's race, 8/2/95, 1B
    • Attack in pamphlet by Hattiesburg schools, 9/28/95, 1A
    • Fordice proposal on schools, 6/23/95, 1A, 11A; 8/8/95, 1B
    • Fordice wants issue on 1996 ballot, 8/11/95, 1B
    • Public school attorneys look at program, 11/3/95, 1B
    • Won't be on 1996 ballots, 10/5/95, 1B
  • Peoples, John A
    • New book 'To Survive and Thrive', 9/10/95, 3G (Minor column)
  • Peoples, Marsha
    • Certified N.R.A. handgun and personal protection instructor, 5/31/95, 1D
  • Percy Quin State Park
    • Group seeks halt to golf course work, 2/25/95, 3B; 3/16/95, 3B
  • Perkins, Dave
    • Jackson radio personality dies at age 40, 1/6/95, 4B
  • Perry's Soulfood Kitchen
    • Owner claims movie filming forced closure of Canton outlet, 10/18/95, 1B
  • Persac, Hunter
    • Leadco Construction Company commercials, 3/31/95, 1E
  • Persian Gulf War
    • Illnesses: Ammie West honored by magazine 'Parenting', 2/25/96, 14A; 3/27/95, 1A
    • Illnesses: Dennis and Ammie West of Waynesboro, 8/17/95, 5B
    • Illnesses: no single cause found; work will continue, 8/3/95, 1B
    • Illnesses: presidential commission will probe, 3/7/95, 1A
    • Illnesses: VA frustrates Patrecia Brown, 2/4/95, 1A
    • Illnesses: veterans may infect their spouses, 6/11/95, 1A
    • Illnesses: vets can qualify for benefits, 2/4/95, 11A
    • Illnesses: White House pushes full probe, 8/15/95, 1A
  • Personal Benefits Service
    • Oregon-based firm mislead policyholders, 3/9/95, 2B
  • Personal care homes
    • 2nd slaying in a week at central Jackson home, 3/5/95, 5B
    • City Council delays vote on group home issue, 6/20/95, 1B; 6/21/95, 4B
    • Fondren-Cherokee Heights rezoning denied, 7/27/95, 5B
    • Moratorium on new facilities, 7/21/95, 1A
  • Personal shoppers SEE Shopping, Jackson
  • Pesticides
    • Tate County area site called isolated, 5/1/95, 3B
  • Pet chicken (Madison) SEE Chickens
  • Pets
    • Micro chip implants for identification, 8/14/95, 1D
    • MSU veterinarians say neutering aids health, 4/18/95, 3B
    • Pet groomer Leigh Barrier of The Dog Wash, 4/3/95, 1D
    • Spaying and neutering: fixin' to help, 2/16/95, 1D
  • Phi Theta Kappa
    • National headquarters may be built in Jackson, 3/6/95, 1B; 3/26/95, 2B
  • Phil Hardin Foundation SEE Hardin Foundation
  • Phillips College
    • Hinds Community College transfer options, 10/14/95, 4B
    • Jackson facility shut down, 10/10/95, 1A
    • May shut down over federal aid flap, 9/27/95, 1B; 9/29/95, 3B; 9/30/95, 3B
  • Phillips, Gregg
    • DHS head steps down; Don Taylor is successor, 4/27/95, 1A
    • Named director of state GOP organization, 12/7/95, 3B; 12/13/95, 4B; 12/17/95, 3G
    • Rumored to have accepted post in Alabama, 3/22/95, 1A
    • Senator Rob Smith says Phillips should be fired, 3/25/95, 1B
  • Phillips, Harden and Fran
    • Bringing outdoor furniture indoors, 3/23/95, 1D
  • Photographs SEE ALSO Hand-tinted photographs
  • Physical examinations
    • Free exams for students sponsored by Mississippi Sports Medicine, 7/23/95, 1B
  • Physical therapists
    • Paralyzing injury led Felicia Landfair into profession, 5/28/95, 1B
  • Physicians assistants licensing (bill)
    • Mississippi Legislature, 1995, 1/31/95, 3B
  • Picayune Planning Commission
    • 5 of 9 members quit, 1/26/95, 3B
  • Pickett, Charles SEE College Board
  • Pickups (trucks)
    • Hot sellers, 10/2/95, 1D
  • Pied Piper Playhouse
    • Death of 4-month old Tanzanekia Butler, 5/2/95, 1B
  • Pigott, Brad
    • Lott unblocks Pigott's nomination for U.S. Attorney, 3/30/95, 13A
  • Pigott, Joe
    • Retired judge keeps habitual offender Howard Shaw in jail, 9/25/95, 2B
  • Pigs
    • Brandon couple wants $4200 for capturing, feeding pigs, 1/20/95, 1B
    • With movie 'Babe, the Gallant Pig' pigs are now big, 8/23/95, 1D
  • Pike County Jail
    • Jailer is fired over sex charges, 7/8/95, 3B
    • Pepper used to calm ruckus, 6/6/95, 3B
  • Pile, Melissa SEE Missing persons, Clinton
  • Pilgrim Auto Sales and Parts
    • Owner says Flowood trying to steal his land, 9/23/95, 4B
  • Piney Woods
    • Elementary school to be closed, 7/27/95, 1B
    • Founders Day speaker is Les Brown, 3/13/95, 1A
    • Giving at-risk children a chance to succeed, 3/13/95, 1D
    • Teacher accused of making explicit calls to dormitory, 5/9/95, 1B
  • Pinkney, Bobby Joe
    • Utica man on death row resentenced to life, 8/8/95, 3B
  • Pipe bombs
    • 4 of 7 plead guilty in Clinton car bombing, 7/11/95, 1B
    • 7 youths arrested for bombing car in Clinton, 1/19/95, 1A
    • Homemade pipebomb blows up car in Clinton
      • 7 arrested, 1/7/95, 1A
    • Madison teenager David Scruggs tries to bomb 2 houses, 1/14/95, 1A
  • Pittman, Robert
    • Ex MTV CEO, Brookhaven native, now heads Century 21, 8/2/95, 5B
  • Pittman, Tabor
    • Wiggins man charged in drug count stays in jail during appeal, 11/9/95, 2B
  • Pittman, William
    • 1988 guilty pleas reinstated; Pittman returns to prison, 10/20/95, 3B
  • Pitts, R.K.
    • Minister's home burns, 1/8/95, 1B
  • Pizza
    • Clarion Ledger taste survey of local chain stores, 7/31/95, 1D
  • Pizza Hut
    • Car crashes into Pearl store, 2/5/95, 5B
  • Pizza Inns
    • Outlets in Mims Oil Company Stations, 8/31/95, 9B
  • Pizza murder
    • Clemons given life sentence after years on death row, 10/7/95, 2B
  • Plastic surgery
    • Laser surgery to remove wrinkles, 9/18/95, 1D
  • Pneumonia vaccinations
    • In short supply for state, 11/2/95, 1B
  • Pochahontas, Mississippi
    • Community hopes Disney movie madness is catching, 7/7/95, 4B
  • Pol, Michael
    • Charges dropped against supervisor in T-shirt attack, 9/17/95, 3B
  • Police beatings, Columbus
    • 3 officers charged in beating of Michael Dowdle, 12/8/95, 1A; 12/9/95, 4B
  • Police beatings, Jackson
    • 2 narcotics task force officers accused of beating suspect, 10/12/95, 1B
  • Police beatings, Jackson (Law)
    • Trial: jailors reach settlement, 8/23/95, 4B; 8/24/95, 3B
  • Police chiefs SEE UNDER NAMES OF POLICE DEPARTMENTS
  • Police corruption
    • AG Moore says arrests near: tied to Delta drug dealing, 9/29/95, 1B; 9/30/95, 1A
  • Police standoff, Meridian
    • Autopsy ordered for man Gary Walls, 7/9/95, 4B
  • Police Week
    • State honors 25 lawmen killed in line of duty, 5/14/95, 1A; 5/17/96, 3B; 5/18/96, 1B
  • Police, Mississippi
    • 25 lawmen killed in line of duty honored
      • Police Week, 5/14/95, 1A, 11A
    • Civil Rights Commission to study community relations, 1/10/95, 5B
    • Community policing concept, 6/2/95, 1A, 9A
    • Many officers must buy their own guns, 10/26/95, 1A
  • Police, Mississippi SEE ALSO Police standoff
  • Polio
    • 40th anniversary of vaccine, 4/12/95, 1A
  • Polk, Buell
    • 'Street glow' lights on his pickup called illegal, 7/3/96, 6B; 11/18/95, 1B
  • Polk, Steven
    • Charged with burning of woman and mobile home in Claiborne County, 3/26/95, 6B
  • Pollen
    • Season has set in, 3/25/95, 1A
  • Polls
    • Turnout, not polls, gets candidates elected, experts say, 5/14/95, 1A
  • Polzin, Richard and Sharon
    • Parents write children's books with morals, 10/7/95, 1D
  • Pontotoc County Airport
    • Ex-caretaker sues over firing, 9/5/95, 3B
  • Pontotoc County Historical Association
    • Fights to save local cemeteries, 11.25.85m 3B
  • Pool, Johnny
    • Convicted felon is contractor for Jones County schools, 11/30/95, 5B
  • Popeyes Famous Chicken
    • Byram outlet robbed, 2/6/95, 2B
    • Entrepreneurs Faith and Cary Vaughn of Meridian, 5/23/95, 6B
  • Poplarville Stockyards
    • Cattle farmers left with worthless checks, 1/6/95, 3B
  • Port of Gulfport
    • Chicken exports to Russia, 5/14/95, 2C
    • Container yard centerpiece of $160 Million expansion, 5/14/95, 1C
    • M/V Gruziya's maiden voyage, 4/25/95, 6B
    • Wood from Brazil fastest growing import, 5/14/95, 1C
  • Port of Pascagoula
    • Storage and freezer construction project, 12/15/95, 5B
  • Porter, Dana
    • 25-year old mother of 7 earns GED, 11/10/95, 1B
  • Portera, Joseph
    • Jackson dentist writes book of anecdotes, 5/2/95, 1D
  • Portwood, James
    • Brandon man gets 12-year sentence in wife's death, 4/22/95, 4B
  • Postlethwaite, Samuel
    • Mississippi Confederate soldier honored at Rhode Island burial, 5/27/95, 1A
  • Potter, Tom
    • DGB employee lives in Georgia, works via computer, 3/13/95, 1B
  • Potts Camp, Mississippi
    • Mayor and police chief in brawl, 12/15/95, 3B
  • Poultry industry, Mississippi
    • Larger SBA loans, 10/8/95, 4B
  • Poultry industry, US
    • USDA redefines 'fresh chicken', 8/25/95, 4B
  • Powell, Johnnie Mae
    • Miss Got the Body winner's murder conviction affirmed, 10/28/95, 3B
  • Powers, Myrtle
    • DHS employee can be sued by fellow worker over AIDS runors, 12/16/95, 1B
  • Prairie Home Companion
    • Show broadcasts from Jackson, 6/15/95, 11E; 6/18, 95, 1A; 6/21/95, 1D
  • Prather, Jo Beecher
    • Author of children's book 'Mississippi Beau', 2/19/95, 1F
  • Prayer
    • Families who pray together, 8/19/95, 1D
  • Prayer in schools, Jackson
    • Wingfield case: SEE ALSO Knox, Bishop
    • Wingfield case: flyers and graffiti call for Knox firing, 3/28/95, 5B
  • Prayer in schools, Mississippi
    • Federal appeals court to hear arguments, 11/9/95, 3B; 11/10/95, 3B
  • Prayer in schools, Pontotoc County
    • Herdahl drops monetary suit against school system, 8/10/95, 2B
    • Herdahl finds peace amid fight, 3/19/95, 2B
    • Herdahl testifies before Senate panel, 9/13/95, 1A
    • Herndahl reports threats, 1/15/95, 1B
    • Injunction sought, 1/11/95, 3B
    • Judge Biggers delays ruling, 2/3/95, 1B
    • Judge halts prayers on intercom, 4/19/95, 1A
    • M M O'Hair's son William is pro-prayer speaker, 10/23/95, 2B
    • Officials won't appeal ruling; to focus on trial, 5/25/95, 2B
    • School superintendent Horton before U.S. Senate, 9/21/95, 3B
  • Prayer in schools, US
    • ABA takes stand against prayer in public schools, 2/15/95, 1A
    • Federal rules and guidelines, 10/21/95, 1D
    • Supreme court decision on graduation won't affect state schools, 6/27/95, 3B
  • Premonitions
    • Prescient readers share their experiences, 9/1/95, 1E
  • Prentiss Institute
    • Louisiana group wants to reopen it as Prentiss Alternative School, 9/17/95, 2E
  • Prescription drugs
    • Sharing the Care provides drugs for indigent people, 8/11/95, 1A
  • Presidential election, 1996
    • Biloxi man Billy Joe Clegg wants his name on ballot, 12/24/95, 3B
    • Candidate Lamar Alexander in Jackson, 2/23/95, 1B; 3/10/95, 4B
    • Cochran will support Dole, 3/18/95, 1B
    • Dole makes stop in Jackson, 8/23/95, 3B; 8/24/95, 1B
    • Dole wins state straw pole, 12/15/95, 1B
    • Fordice backs Dole, 12/3/95, 1A
    • Fordice expected to endorse Dole, 12/2/95, 3B; 12/3/95, 1A
    • Once homeless Bay St. Louis woman Maryline LeBlanc to run, 8/21/95, 2B
  • Presidential Hills Community Center
    • Program for latchkey kids, 11/30/95, 6B
  • Presidential Hills subdivision
    • Expanded parking lot at park, 9/15/95, 4B
  • Presidential Scholars, 1995
    • Peter Robertson and Kellin King, 5/8/95, 1B
  • Presley, Elvis
    • 60th birthday celebrated, 1/9/95, 1A
    • Book 'The Elvis Syndrome--How to Avoid Death by Success', 9/4/95, 1B
    • Museum in Abu Ghosh, Israel, 11/26/95, 4F
  • Presley, Elvis SEE ALSO International Conference on Elvis Presley
  • Presley, Elvis SEE ALSO Lowrey, James
  • Presley, Ray
    • Tough anti-drug sheriff must deal with busted son, 6/7/95, 3B
  • Prewitt, Lamar
    • Pearl police officer treated, released following collision, 3/7/95, 5B
  • Price, Carlton SEE Automobile detailing
  • Price, Linda SEE Rogers, Glen
  • Price, Mildred and Georgia
    • Clarke County teacher and young daughter slain, 10/13/95, 1B
  • Price, Reynolds
    • At Millsaps College Arts and Lecture Series, 11/1/95, 1D
  • PRIME SEE People's Right to Initiate Model Education
  • Prison gangs SEE Prisons, Mississippi---Gang...
  • Prison inmates SEE Prisoners
  • Prison labor
    • Glove-making plant at Parchman, 3/17/94, 1B; 3/25/94, 1B
    • Magnolia State Enterprises tries to avoid competition with private industry, 6/7/95, 5B
    • Skilled labor saves millions, boosts morale
      • Carpenters, electricians, etc., 5/23/95, 1A
  • Prisoners SEE ALSO names of county jails/detention centers
  • Prisoners SEE ALSO Parchman
  • Prisoners SEE ALSO Parole
  • Prisoners SEE ALSO Prison labor
  • Prisoners' privileges
    • SEE Mississippi Legislature, 1994---Special session: Prison bill
  • Prisoners' uniforms SEE Prisoners, Mississippi---Uniforms...
  • Prisoners, Amite County
    • Jail escapees considered dangerous, 5/9/95, 2B
  • Prisoners, Hinds County
    • Tents-for-prisoners idea given up, 4/15/95, 4B
  • Prisoners, Madison County
    • Court Watch (ankle bracelet alarm system), 3/16/95, 1A
    • Hopkins action may force cities to collect higher fees, 11/11/95, 1B
  • Prisoners, Mississippi
    • AG Moore pushes for passage of bail law, 6/10/95, 2B
    • Frivolous lawsuits clogging state courts, 8/3/95, 1B
    • Liquid medicine considered; would cut down on overdoses, 3/14/95, 1B
    • Mississippi's prison population, 7/27/95, 1A (small chart)
    • Sick inmates a dilemma for judges, 3/29/95, 1A
    • Uniforms: an issue in 1995 Legislature, 1/5/95, 1B
    • Uniforms: color coding at Raymond jail, 4/8/95, 5B
    • Uniforms: striped uniforms to be phased in, 6/26/95, 1A
  • Prisoners, Rankin County
    • County seeks help in housing female inmates, 10/17/95, 4B
    • Vans to transport prisoners to cleanup areas, 6/6/95, 3B
  • Prisoners, Tennessee
    • 2 Chattanooga escapees captured in Pearl, 12/8/95, 5B
  • Prisons, Greenwood
    • Lack of prisoners could jeopardize private prisons, 2/18/95, 3B
  • Prisons, Marshall County
    • Ground breaking for private prison, 6/17/95, 2B
  • Prisons, Mississippi
    • Agreement gives go-ahead for private facilities, 2/28/95, 1B
    • Expansion adding 6000 spaces is near completion, 6/26/95, 1B
    • Gang activity 'a fire burning out of control', 8/26/95, 1B
    • Gang activity in prisons on increase, 7/26/95, 1B
    • Life-coping classes offered, 8/31/95, 2B
    • Officials plan war against drugs in prisons, 4/6/95, 3B
    • State's prison population among fastes growing in US, 12/5/95, 1A
  • Prisons, Rankin County
    • Airways Inn women's facility
      • Pete Johnson deal, 6/18/95, 3G; 7/12/94, 4B
  • Private prisons SEE Prisons, Marshall County
  • Private prisons SEE Prisons, Mississippi
  • Private schools
    • Stanford Achievement testing will be in Spring 1996, 10/2/95, 2B
  • Private schools SEE ALSO Black boarding schools
  • Privatization, Mississippi
    • Else School...Business Forum, 5/21/95, 1C+
  • Pro Choice Mississippi
    • Activists plan abortion law fight, 9/3/95, 1B
  • Produce stands
    • Tough way to make money, 8/8/95, 4B
  • Professors
    • Moonlighting academics teach variety of night classes, 9/25/95, 1A
  • Proffitt's SEE McRae Dept Stores
  • Profile Mississippi
    • Catfish industry, Mississippi, 2/26/95, 2I
    • Crosby Arboretum, 2/26/95, 5I
    • Delta Blues Museum, 2/26/95, 3I
    • Keeping heritage alive, 2/26/95, 1I, 6I
    • Mississippi River, 2/26/95, 1J
    • Natchez Trace, 2/26/95, 8I
    • State parks, 2/26/95, 2K
    • Timber industry, Mississippi, 2/26/95, 9I
    • Vicksburg National Military Park, 2/26/95, 7I
  • Program
    • Oral flea medication for cats, 6/1/95, 1D
  • Project HOOP
    • Nonprofit group works to revitalize JSU area, 9/30/95, 1A
  • Project LEAP
    • Report questions misuse of $2 Million and Gregg Phillips role, 11/28/95, 1A
  • Project Marco Polo
    • Chris Mason of DeKalb picked for study in Mediterranean Sea, 7/31/95, 1A
  • ProMatura Group
    • Annual product design competition, 1/14/95, 6B
  • Promise Keepers
    • Central Mississippi chapter meets monthly, 10/14/95, 1D
  • Property taxes, Clinton
    • New budget may include tax hike, 8/24/95, 6B
  • Property taxes, Jackson
    • JPS plans no tax increase, 6/5/95, 3B
  • Property taxes, Madison County
    • Rates lowered, 9/20/95, 1B
  • Prosecutors SEE Mississippi Legislature, 1995
  • Prostate cancer
    • Free screenings at UMC, 9/2/95, 2B
  • Prostitution
    • 2 adult club dancers face charges, 3/15/95, 4B
    • 9 arrested in latest crackdown, 2/6/95, 2B
    • Arrests for solicitation on Highway 80, 1/28/95, 3B; 1/30/95, 3B
    • JPD unit begins crackdown, 2/26/95, 1A; 3/5/95, 1A
    • JPD wants 2 U.S. 80 motels closed, 3/7/95, 5B
    • Lawrence County school bus driver, students face soliciting charges, 3/17/95, 1A
    • Lawrence County school bus...charges dropped, 7/1/95, 1A
    • Rankin County man Ron Nelson faces racketeering charge, 4/22/95, 5B
  • PSC
    • Asking FCC action on 2 long-distance companies, 2/2/95, 5B
  • Psonak, Rick SEE Methodist Rehabilitation Center
  • Psychiatric nurses
    • Work with patients in home environments
      • Ease burden on institutions, 8/8/95, 1A
  • Public access channel
    • Councilman Armstrong raises money for teen program, 4/15/95, 4B
    • Local TV show for teenagers, 6/15/95, 4B
  • Public Education Forum of Mississippi
    • Center for Education Analysis, 3/13/95, 3B
  • Public Employees Retirement System
    • Funds moved to State Street Bank (Boston), 12/20/95, 5B
    • Interim director is Chuck Rubisoff, 7/22/95, 2B
  • Public Safety Commission SEE Ingram, James
  • Public Safety Communications Center SEE Jackson Public Safety...
  • Puckett Attendance Center
    • Students' study aids poultry industry, 4/2/95, 4B
  • Puckett, Ben
    • Has been an Summer Olympics Game regular since 1988, 8/8/95, 1C
  • Puckett, Steve
    • Corrections chief rehires Joe Grubbs, 4/4/95, 3B
    • Fordice's choice for corrections commissioner, 3/8/95, 1B; 4/1/95, 3B
  • Purchasing laws, Mississippi SEE Competitive bid contracts
  • Purelight Baptist Church
    • Vandalized church installs burglar bars, 12/1/95, 4B
  • Purse snatchings
    • 2 Jackson men help nab Pearl suspects, 11/2/95, 6B
  • Pursley, Paul SEE Buddhism
  • Purvis Police Department
    • Chief Byrd back on job after heart transplant, 3/12/95, 2B
  • Purvis, Sammy
    • Rehearing on contempt-of-court charge ordered, 4/29/
 

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