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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  C 

  • C & G Railroad
    • Delta dinner excursion, 12/9/88, 1D
  • C & H Knit Products
    • Vicksburg firm makes elastic for lingerie, 10/8/88, 8B
  • C&D Jarnagin Co
    • Corinth
      • Specializes in military uniforms, circa 1750-1865, 8/11/91, 1E
  • Cabana, Don, 1/12/87, 1B
    • Acting corrections commissioner, 1/13/87, 1A
    • Out of running as state prison commissioner, 6/7/87, 1A
    • Replaces Cooke as head of Rankin County Correctional Facility, 10/24/89, 1A
    • Resigns as head of South Mississippi Correctional Institution, 7/6/91, 1A
  • Cabaret Players SEE St. Columb's Episcopal Church
  • Cabbage
    • Price of New Year's good luck vegetable has doubled, 12/29/89, 6B
  • Cabbage Patch homes
    • Joint venture for affordable housing, 8/30/87, 1I
  • Cabbage Patch Kids
    • Babyland General Hospital, 8/15/94, 1D
  • Cabdrivers SEE Taxicab drivers
  • Cabinet officers
    • Handful of Mississippians served on Cabinets; one was too busy, 7/3/88, 6F
  • Cable television, Farmhaven
    • Expansion into Farmhaven community, 11/14/89, 3B
  • Cable television, Hattiesburg
    • AG Moore files lawsuit against Pine Belt Cablevision, 6/9/94, 5B
    • City wasn't contacted on Moore's lawsuit, 6/11/94, 5B
  • Cable television, Jackson
    • Armstrong wants prompt regulation due to new federal law, 6/29/93, 4B
    • Cable buyout doesn't mean end to suburban competition, 7/30/88, 8B
    • Capitol Cablevision amnesty aims to nab cable pirates, 11/16/87, 1A
    • Capitol Cablevision upgrades service, 1C; 1/12/89
    • Changes in channels, etc., 5/1/88, 1E
    • City passes ordinance to regulate rates, 1/5/94, 4B
    • New contract for Capitol Cablevision approved, 4/27/88, 1A; 5/1/88, 1E
    • Piracy of service common at apartment complexes, 7/19/92, 5B
    • Reservoir area, 6/17/87, 8B
    • To include Ted Turner's TNT, 5/19/88, 1C
  • Cable television, McComb
    • Trio charged in selling signal decoders, 6/7/91, 3B
  • Cable television, Mississippi
    • 5 plead guilty to satellite piracy, 12/21/93, 3B
    • AG Moore advises close checking of your cable bill, 6/9/94, 5B
    • Competition in Mississippi, 6/28/87, 1A
    • FCC orders lower rates; local subscribers should save, 4/2/93, 1A
    • Legislator George Flaggs calls for state control, 12/30/92, 1B
    • New Syndex regulations go into effect, 1/1/90. 1C
    • Rate increases following new federal law, 12/20/92, 1A
    • Rates to rise under new legislation, 8/22/93, 1A, 1C
  • Cable television, Mississippi SEE ALSO A+ TV Network; Wireless cable
  • Cable television, Rankin County
    • Judge restricts cable system's method of installation, 12/19/87, 3B
  • Cable television, US
    • FCC votes to reduce some rates up to 7%
      • Local carriers unhappy, 2/23/94, 5B
  • Cabooses
    • Obsolete, 2/10/86, 1A
  • Cabot Lodges
    • Bonds OK'd for construction, 6/21/86, 1B
    • Mississippi Management Inc., 2/11/87, 8B
    • Opens, 12/16/86, 8B
  • Cactus Plantation (Edwards)
    • Gwen and John Thomas, owners, 11/22/92, 1C
    • Weekend getaway, 11/29/90, 3F
  • Cade Chapel Baptist Church
    • Job program for youths, 7/14/90, 1D
  • Cade Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
    • Family life center, 4/17/93, 2D; 4/19/93, 1B; 6/20/92, 1D
    • Where We Belong drama, 3/10/90, 1D
  • Cade, Clyde
    • Mayor of West at 90, 2/3/88, 3B
    • West mayor, 94, tenders resignation, 7/28/91, 1B
  • Cader, William, 1/21/87, 1B
  • Cadney, Carolyn SEE Teacher of the Year, 1994
  • Cafe Creole
    • Restaurant review, 3/1/87, 1F; 7/13/89, 4E; 12/3/92, 4E
  • Cafe Crossroads, 10/26/86, 1B
  • Cafe La Salle
    • In Eola Hotel, Natchez
      • Restaurant review, 4/19/90, 4E
  • Cafe Le Chef
    • Restaurant review, 11/6/88, 1F
  • Cafe Society Piano
    • Album, 5/8/87, 1D
  • Cafeteria plans
    • Tax-free insurance and medical plans for employees, 12/11/89, 1E
  • Cafeterias, 12/13/88, 8B
    • Schools provides balanced diet, but good eating habits begin at home, 9/11/90, 4B
    • Schools strive to offer better choices to student diners, 9/5/89, 4B
  • Caffey, Bebea
    • Summer job at Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, 8/4/92, 4B
  • Caffey, Erwin
    • To fight burglars, Jackson man booby traps house, 6/22/93, 1A
  • Cage, Clarence
    • World War I veteran appreciates being remembered, 9/7/93, 1B
  • Cain, Cathy
    • Fabric paintings shown at Virgilio's, 8/21/94, 1F
  • Cain, Curtis
    • His fast CPR saves speaker at John Birch Society, 2/14/93, 4B
  • Caine, Curtis, Jr.
    • "A Writ From the Slaughterhouse" presented at New Stage, 11/20/87
  • Caine, Curtis, Sr.
    • Jackson physician disputes racist claim, 1/19/89; 3B
    • Removal from Southern Baptist Christian Life Commission postponed, 6/16/89, 3B
    • Says Mississippi Baptist Convention criticism unfair, 11/18/88, 3B
  • Caine, Jason
    • Brandon first-grader is suspended; mother is irked, 3/4/92, 1B
  • Cajun Fest
    • Madison, 10/4/93, 3B; 10/5/92, 1B
  • Cajun Kitchen
    • Cajun cooking at stadium for Ole MIss/Arkansas game
      • Wilson Ellis, chef, 10/16/93, 6B
    • Jackson restaurant owners want to franchise, 5/8/94, 1C
  • Cajun/Country Crawfish Festival
    • Biloxi, 3/25/93, 3E
  • Cake baking
    • Home industry in Tupelo, 11/8/87, 1C
  • Cake baking SEE ALSO Cora's Cake In a Jar
  • Cal-Maine
    • Contaminated eggs were shipped after 1990 fire, 7/22/92, 5B
    • Easter suits nation's largest egg producer, 4/15/90, 1G
    • Egg firm employees indicted for contaminated product coverup, 3/17/92, 6B; 3/25/92, 3B
    • Johns pleads guilty in contaminated eggs case, 5/30/92, 4B; 7/25/92, 2B
    • Lawyer: contaminated eggs caused no illnesses, 3/26/92, 2B
    • Supplys Englands Best with nutritionally improved eggs, 7/29/92, 5B
  • Calbert, Ricky SEE Bell, Roosevelt
  • Calcote, Ralph
    • Hospice chaplain
      • Bond with Williams family lives on, 8/14/93, 1D
  • Caldwell, Cynthia SEE Housemothers
  • Caldwell, John
    • Makes $1.5 million property gift to Hinds Community College, 12/3/91, 1B
  • Caldwell, Lydy Becker
    • Beth Henley's mother, 3/30/87, 1D
  • Caldwell, Wesley
    • Trial ends in hung jury, 6/6/86, 8B
  • Caledonia Family Medical Clinic
    • New facility to be built, 5/7/93, 3B
  • Caledonia High School
    • NAACP decries strip searches; will file complaint, 3/14/94, 3B
  • Calendars
    • Anti-drug calendars with drawings by Jackson public school students, 3/10/92, 1B
    • Mississippi subjects sell well, 12/9/86, 1D
    • What do you call the decade 2000-2009?, 8/18/92, 1D
  • Calhoun County Journal
    • Publisher listed as critical after accident, 1/22/89; 5B
  • Calhoun, Credell
    • Banks/Calhoun House race, 6/20/92, 4B; 7/11/92, 1B; 7/15/92, 2B
    • Banks/Calhoun House race: Banks allowed to run, 7/22/92, 1B
    • Banks/Calhoun house race: Banks ready for battle, 7/31/92, 4B
    • Banks/Calhoun House race: Banks wins, 8/5/92, 8A
    • Banks/Calhoun House race: Calhoun to get speedy high court ruling, 7/30/92, 13A
    • Banks/Calhoun house race: Democrats confirm Banks, 9/2/92, 4B
    • Banks/Calhoun House race: Judge Graves to hear suit, 7/18/92, 5B
    • Banks/Calhoun House race: rally revives controversy, 7/26/92, 1B
    • Enters mayor's race, 2/15/89, 1B
    • Facing two elections in wake of redistricting, 7/13/92, 1A
    • His cousin named to liaison job by Ditto, 9/30/89, 5B
    • Low police pay = low morale, 3/7/89, 1B
    • May run for Jackson City Council, 3/30/93, 5B
    • Minister says Calhoun tried to influence him to support Ditto, 5/11/89, 1B
    • Ordered to stop handing out sample ballots, 8/4/92, 5B
    • Plans to cash in on endorsement, 5/19/89, 1A
    • Says firefighters deserve raise, 4/8/89, 3B
    • To once again run for mayor of Jackson, 2/28/92, 1A
    • To wed Peggy Hobson, 6/15/92, 1D
    • Wants Danks to apologize or he will sue, 5/10/89, 1A
  • Calhoun, Peggy Hobson
    • Charges Bennie Thompson with harassment, 9/29/92, 1A
    • Supervisor keeps district informed with newsletter, 12/22/93, 3B
    • Wants to publish newsletter paid for by taxpayers, 1/13/93, 4B
  • Calhoun, Peggy Hobson SEE ALSO Elections, 1991---Hobson...
  • Calhoun, Peggy Hobson SEE ALSO Elections---1991---Hobson...
  • California Achievement Test
    • 6th, 7th graders improve, 6/30/88, 1A
    • Jackson scores improve, 7/8/87, 1B
  • California Public Schools
    • Ad campaign for funding slams Mississippi schools, 10/24/93, 1A
  • Call girl ring
    • Arrests, 3/19/87, 1A
  • Call girl ring SEE ALSO Prostitution
  • Call to Action Theatre Ensemble
    • Appears at St. Joseph High School, 2/18/89, 1D
  • Call to preach
    • Testimonies, 7/18/87, 1C
  • Callahan, Michael SEE Dahmer, Vernon
  • Callahan, Nicholas
    • Jackson 4-year old fascinated by garbage trucks, 7/14/94, 1D
  • Callaway High School
    • 7 students arrested in disturbance, 5/29/93, 4B
    • Arson, 3/4/87, 1B
    • Cheerleader La Tonya Camper, 10/4/93, 1D
    • Class of 1980 has reunion on ill-fated houseboat, 6/10/90, 1B; 6/11/90, 1B
    • Cleo Robinson arrested for stealing student funds, 3/7/93, 1B; 3/8/93, 2B
    • Groundbreaking for new classroom wing, 12/17/91, 5B
    • Mock marriage teaches students about relationships, 1/30/90, 4B
    • New classrooms replace portables, 5/24/93, 1A
    • School year opens amid renovations, 8/22/92, 1B
    • Student suspended for cutting anothers girl with glass, 10/1/93, 4B
    • Students accused of burning portable office building, 2/7/92, 5B
    • Suspiciuos fire in portable classroom building, 1/29/92, 2B
  • Callaway, Dave See Harger, Thomas---Pearl pawnbroker...
  • Callaway, L.S.
    • Quick-acting Warren County coroner keeps TB case from spreading, 3/5/93, 1A
  • Callejas, Rafael Leonardo
    • MSU buliding named for Honduran leader, 5/13/90, 1B
    • President of Honduras invites Mississippi business, 5/12/90, 1A
    • Speaker at graduation at MSU, his alma mater, 5/12/90, 1A, 1B; 5/13/90, 1A
    • Visit cost taxpayers $8775, 5/19/90, 1A
  • Callendar, Beth
    • Hinds County social worker assaulted by client, 6/17/92, 3B; 6/18/92, 4B
  • Caller ID service SEE South Central Bell
  • Calligrapher
    • Susan Poitevin of Camden, 11/8/93, 1D
  • Calling cards SEE Telephone calling cards
  • Calliopes
    • Raymond man John Shumate plays in parades, 7/3/91, 1D
  • Callon Consolidated Partners
    • Formed after reorganization of Callon Petroleum, 8/7/89, 14E
  • Callon Petroleum, 6/8/87, 4B
    • $41M loss for 1985, 4/1/86, 8B
    • Buys offshore properties for $50Million, 9/23/94, 5B
    • Company consolidating oil and gas interests, 3/22/95, 6B; 9/14/94, 5B
    • Debt, 2/19/87, 8B
    • Defaults on repayment to creditors, 4/19/86, 8B
    • Financial troubles, 8/15/86, 14B
    • Investors to get quarterly dividend, 10/23/89, 9E
    • Likely to be affected by Middle East crisis, 8/27/90, 9E
    • New consolidated reports earnings, 11/16/94, 8B
    • Reports $2.1M loss, 3/30/88, 8B
    • Restructuring, 3/11/87, 8B
    • Shareholders approve company change, 11/10/88, 8B
    • Stock relisted, over 10,000 shares traded, 12/4/87, 8B
    • Sues Devon Energy Corp., 3/27/87, 8B
    • Sues GE, 7/26/86, 8B
  • Calomese, Orlando SEE Arson---Baldwyn
  • Calvary Baptist Church
    • Jackson
      • Ninety years as 'people's church', 6/1/91, 1D
      • Rev. Joe Tuten resigns, 2/27/88, 1C
  • Calvert Co., Inc.
    • Moves operations to Richland, 12/5/84, 8B
  • Camatsos, George
    • Assault charge, 7/22/87, 1B; 8/25/87, 1B
    • Diet doctor given delay on prison term, 10/26/91, 3B
    • Gets prison term and fine; collapses in courtroom, 8/31/91, 1B
    • Natchez diet doctor held on drug and tax charges, 2/13/90, 1A; 2/14/90, 2B
    • Plea bargains on income tax evasion, 5/16/91, 4B
    • Stripped of medical license, 8/23/91, 1B
    • Unsure of charges facing him as trial begins in Jackson, 5/15/91, 2B
    • Weight-loss doctor, Natchez, 4/19/87, 1A
  • Camellia Society SEE Jackson Camellia Society
  • Cameron, Mary F.
    • Mother gets custody, 7/18/85, 1A
  • Cameron, Tom
    • Legislator proposes new plan for education funding, 8/27/92, 3B
  • Camouflage
    • Mossy Oak invented by Toxey Haas from West Point, 11/20/88, 18D
  • Camp Beacon
    • Vicksburg
      • Developing young minds, 6/21/91, 1E
  • Camp Covenant
    • For mentally retarded children, 7/6/87, 1C
  • Camp Iti Kana
    • Gulf Coast children's retreat, 10/18/92, 1B
  • Camp Kickapoo
    • Closes, 7/19/86, 1B
  • Camp Pioneer
    • Fund-raising dinner, 11/6/93, 1D
    • Pearl, 6/6/87, 1C; 12/31/94, 1D
  • Camp Rainbow
    • Brings young cancer patients rare chance, 8/16/93, 1A
  • Camp Rising Sun
    • Outdoor experience for young cancer patients, 6/14/93, 1B
  • Camp Shelby
    • 3 Tennessee National Guardsmen killed, 7/31/92, 2B
    • 65th Infantry Division from World War II holds reunion, 9/1/91, 4B
    • Armed Forces Museum, 9/30/93, 3E
      • Weekend getaway, 9/5/91, 3E
    • Chemical warfare techniques taught to National Guard, 8/12/90, 1A
    • Colorado senator's bill would block Mississippi land-swap, 2/27/90, 1A
    • Compromise could allow facility expansion, 8/25/94, 1B
    • Confusion prompts Guard to review policy to admit hurricane evacuees, 9/13/88, 1B
    • Congress becomes interested in proposed land swap, 12/23/89, 5B
    • Corps study says tanks won't destroy Desoto National Forest, 11/22/91, 1A
    • Denial of land swap will have economic repercussions, 1/25/90, 1B
    • Environmentalists want independent study on impact of land swap, 2/28/90, 2B
    • F-16 fighter drops practice bomb in residential area, 5/6/93, 1A
    • Forest Service offical fears violence over land swap proposal, 3/22/90, 3B
    • Forest Service thinks land swap is OK, 4/24/90, 1B
    • Gene Taylor proposes swapping bottom land, not forest, 4/25/90, 1A
    • Land swap deal is put on hold, 9/19/90, 1A
    • Land swap for DeSoto National Forest acreage, 7/15/89, 1A; 7/20/89, 1B; 7/21/89, 3B
    • Land swap impact report delayed a year, 7/25/90, 1A
    • Land swap question of survival for Camp,... or DeSoto Forest, 1/12/90, 1A
    • Land-swap dilemma: Who should lose out?, 3/4/90, 1A
    • Land-swap; Mississippi Sierra Club endorses compromise, 2/6/92, 2B
    • Military training will suffer without land swap, Guard says, 2/3/90, 2B
    • More land wanted for tank training, 1/7/92, 3B; 1/8/92, 3B
    • National Guard influences senators on land swap, 1/17/90, 1A
    • National Guard starts land swap letter-writing campaign, 3/11/90, 1A; 3/14/90, 3B
    • NBC News to report on proposed land swap, 2/24/90, 4B
    • New Jersey guardsmen arrested on drug charges, 6/1/93, 1B
    • Official: Land swap would enhance Camp Shelby, 2/7/89, 3B; 11/29/89, 1B
    • Opponents pulling Mike Moore into dispute, 3/6/90, 1A
    • Perry Countians say a tank's a bad caretaker, 3/4/90, 1A
    • Senator Lott denies pressuring Pentagon on land swap study, 10/4/90, 2B
    • Sierra Club opposes land acquisition for tank maneuvers, 1/9/92, 3B
    • Supporters say land swap vital to economy of area, 3/4/90, 15A
    • Tank-maneuver area expansion controversy, 7/17/93, 1B
  • Camp Shelby SEE ALSO DeSoto National Forest
  • Camp Sister Spirit
    • 2 Massachusetts congressmen support retreat, 3/10/94, 3B
    • Charges against Ellisville man dropped, 8/2/94, 3B
    • City of San Francisco opens arms to lesbian couple, 4/2/94, 3B
    • Congressional hearing, 3/12/94, 1B; 3/15/94, 1A; 7/1/94, 1B
    • FBI will investigate threat by mail, 2/19/94, 3B
    • Gunshots heard as federal investigators visit, 2/21/94, 3B; 2/26/94, 3B
    • Lesbian/feminist center in Ovett
      • Protection sought, 12/10/93, 3B; 12/13/93, 1A
    • Mission to Isla Mujeres, 12/23/94, 1A
    • Outside hearing Jacksonians give views on Camp protection, 7/7/94, 3B
    • Ovett residents sue US AG Janet Reno, 3/8/94, 3B; 5/20/94, 1B
    • Ovett to discuss filing suit to close Camp, 1/3/94, 3B; 1/4/94, 1B
    • Parker speaks to opponents, 5/12/94, 1B; 5/14/94, 3B; 5/15/94, 1B; 5/22/94, 3G
    • Perry countians and lesbians face off on 'Oprah', 12/22/93, 1B
    • U.S. House panel hears testimony in Jackson, 7/6/94, 1A; 7/7/94, 1B
  • Camp Smile-a-Mile
    • Children with cancer discover camp on their summer agendas, 6/19/88, 1E
  • Camp Sunshine
    • Summer camp for handicapped near McComb, 7/17/90, 1D
  • Camp Talk
    • Workshop for speech-impaired youngsters, 7/4/91, 1D
  • Camp Wesley Pines
    • Pictorial, 7/26/87, 1C
  • Camp Wilkes
    • Biloxi
      • Businessmen seek ways to keep boy scout camp open, 5/27/91, 2B
  • Camp, Joe and Carolyn
    • Piney Woods benefators
      • Fund college-hunting trip for seniors, 9/29/93, 1A
  • Campaign expenditures
    • Lott, Dowdy spending $32,000 daily, 10/28/88, 1B
    • Mabus, 1/9/88, 1B
    • Total cost for state offices, 11/2/87, 1B
  • Campaign financing SEE Campaign funds
  • Campaign funds
    • 1986
      • Mississippi Contributions by district, 11/2/86, 1I
      • Mississippi Representatives, 2/17/86, 1B
    • 1987
      • Contributors, 6/12/87, 1A; 10/25/87, 1A
      • Mabus
        • DA probe, 12/24/87, 1A
      • Mabus & other candidates, 1/9/88, 1B
      • Non-gubernatorial candidates, 7/29/87, 1B
    • 1988
      • 4th District runoff hopefuls file statements, 3/17/88, 1B
      • Bush, Gore tops in contributions from Mississippi, 3/7/88, 3B
      • Candidates file financial reports, 2/2/88, 1B; 3/17/88, 1B
      • Candidates file reports; Espy gets $201,630, 7/16/88, 2B
      • Congressional candidates report contributions, 10/15/88, 1B
      • Delta farmers back Espy, 2/14/88, 1B
      • Election '88, 2/4/88, 1D
      • Espy has $89, 278 in debts, Dowdy is $60,826 short, 1B; 2/1/89
      • Lott's offer 10 times that of Dowdy's, 4/19/88, 1B
      • Mabus governor's fund received $222,112, 1B; 2/1/89
      • Molpus lags behind Dowdy, 2/26/88, 3B
      • Phil Davis leads in contributions, 2/3/88, 3B
    • 1989
      • Cochran has plenty; Parker in debt, 8/6/89, 1H
      • Mabus to keep office for political expenses open, 1A; 1/23/89
    • 1990
      • Coffers of candidates scrutinized, 9/10/89, 2B
    • 1991
      • Consultants and ad agencies pursue campaign cash, 2/17/91, 1G
      • Espy leads in fund raising, records show, 3/9/92, 3B
      • Mabus has built $1.5 Million war chest for re-election, 7/11/91, 1B
      • Mabus has raised $1.1 Million in contributions, 2/7/91, 3B
      • Molpus wants political contributions limited, 5/6/91, 1B
      • Political retirees can pocket unused war chests, 1/27/91, 3H (Minor column)
      • Reform badly needing in state laws (analysis), 6/16/91, 2G
    • 1992
      • AG Moore's fund raising while he calls for reform irks lobbyists, 3/24/92, 1A
    • 1994
      • Campaign finance reports for June primary, 4/16/94, 3B
      • Mississippi delegation's contributions from health-related PACS, 4/19/94, 4A
      • One-third of Fordice contributions gambling related, 2/2/94, 1A, 3B; 2/6/94, 3G
      • State campaign financing law is weak, 1/14/94, 15A
  • Campaign funds SEE ALSO Ethics reports
  • Campaign signs, 5/15/87, 3B
    • 5 teenagers arrested for vandalism in Brandon, 11/3/94, 4B
    • Candidates haven't removed signs in Greenville, 10/3/91, 3B
    • Greenwood mayor warns candidates of ordinances, 8/10/91, 3B
    • Pulled down, 5/13/87, 1B
    • Radio station WSTZ's contest criticized, 9/20/91, 4B; 9/21/91, 4B
    • Teenage mischief in Clinton, 8/25/91, 2B
    • Yards on well-traveled streets have bumper crop, 9/17/91, 1D
  • Campaign stickers
    • On highway signs, 6/30/87, 1A
  • Campbell, Chris
    • USM students gets grant to study medea racism, 10/5/91, 3B
  • Campbell, Gloria
    • Grandmother attends college with help from General Motors, 4/18/92, 1B
  • Campbell, Greg and Virginia
    • Have 'miracle baby' born January 20, 1992, 2/17/92, 1D
    • Have no baby after five year effort, 11/4/90, 1E
  • Campbell, James Boyd
    • Mississippi School Supply owner dies, 4/11/92, 1B; 4/12/92, 2B
  • Campbell, James Boyd SEE ALSO Mississippi School Supply
  • Campbell, Mike SEE Children, Mississippi
  • Campbell, Napoleon SEE Dixon, Larry
  • Campbell, Paul
    • Paintings and photographs at Municipal Art Gallery, 12/12/93, 1F
  • Campbell, Will
    • ACLU fund-raiser and literary luncheon, 5/18/89, 1D
    • Forty Acres and a Goat, 11/23/86, 3F
    • Holiday memory about WWII army buddy Herman Hyman, a Jew, 12/25/94, 1G
    • Honored by state ACLU, 6/6/93, 4B
    • Review of book "The Convention: a Parable," 9/25/88, 3F
    • Speaks at Millsaps, 1/25/88, 1C
    • Willie Morris reviews his book 'Providence', 7/21/92, 1D
  • Camper, La Tonya
    • Callaway High School cheerleader, 10/4/93, 1D
  • Camping
    • Winter canping---have the right equipment, 1/10/94, 1D
  • Camping, Harold
    • California man predicts end of the world on 9/30/94, 9/24/94, 1D
  • Campo Electronics
    • Advertising videotapes sent locally prior to opening, 10/9/93, 5B
    • Stock underrated, CEO Anthony Campo says, 11/4/93, 5B
  • Camps
    • Camp Connection '94, expo at Northpark, 4/6/94, 1D
    • Camp Warner-Tully for muscular dystrophy, 6/9/88, 1B
    • For gang members, 6/10/87, 3B
    • Ol' timers fondly remember those great days at summer camp, 5/26/91, 1E
    • Summer camps for weight loss, 4/14/87, 1D
  • Campus All-Star Challenge
    • JSU, Alcorn and Rust colleges sent teams to national contest, 4/4/90, 3B
  • Campus Crusade for Christ
    • Seminar on marriage skills, 3/16/91, 1D
  • Can-Can
    • Musical, 3/5/87, 1C & 1D
  • Canada
    • Indian art exhibit, 6/7/87, 1F
    • Mississippi plans trade mission to Canada in 1990, 12/2/89, 8B
  • Canada geese SEE Geese
  • Canada, Ben
    • Addresses teachers convocation to begin school year, 8/20/90, 1B; 8/21/90, 1A
    • Advocates monetary rewards for educators who do well, 12/17/91, 1A
    • After year on the job, achievements are many, 6/30/91, 1G
    • Chosen head of Atlanta schools, 7/20/94, 1A; 7/26/94, 1B
    • Chosen Jackson school superintendent, 2/22/90, 1A; 2/23/90, 1A
    • Cites alternatives to paddling, 7/24/90, 5B
    • Contract extended by Jackson School Board, 12/17/91, 5B
    • Contract extended for one year, 1/6/93, 3B
    • Defends expenses incurred for planning retreat in Hattiesburg, 8/1/91, 4B
    • Draws up list of school needs for bond issue, 1/22/91, 1B; 1/23/91, 5B
    • Finalist for Atlanta superintendent post, 7/6/94, 1B; 7/15/94, 1B; 7/16/94, 5B
    • Finalist for Jackson school superintendent post, 2/13/90, 1B
    • Finalist for Montgomery, Alabama job, 6/25/93, 1B; 6/26/93, 5B; 7/2/93, 1B
    • Friends bid him farewell, 8/12/94, 4B
    • Gets $125,000 incentive package from Jackson business leaders, 1/15/92, 1A
    • Gets wish, Jackson will convert to middle schools, 12/18/90, 1A
    • Given contract to 1998, 1/7/94, 1B
    • His daughter is suspended from school in alcohol incident, 12/27/90, 2B
    • Hospitalized for tests, 9/3/92, 1B; 9/4/92, 4B
    • Incoming superintendent must fill 27 vacancies, 6/26/90, 5B
    • Jackson school chief has had busy 1st 100 days, 11/16/90, 4B
    • New Jackson school chief to re-examine magnet plan, 4/28/90, 1A
    • New Jackson school superintendent recalls 1964 harassment, 5/23/90, 4B
    • New school superintendent welcomes high profile, 3/4/90, 1H
    • On call-in show on Channel 31, 12/10/92, 4B
    • Orders probe of grade-change accusations at Blackburn JH, 1/9/91, 1B
    • Pay raise of 10% voted secretly in February 1993, 7/3/93, 1A
    • Possible candidate for superintendent of New York City schools, 3/24/93, 1B
    • Project ACCESS outlined at teacher convocation, 8/19/92, 1B
    • School board gives him contract extension, 1/16/91, 1B
    • Scouting staff nationwide for Atlanta school panel, 10/31/94, 1B
    • Slashing high-paying adminstrative jobs in Jackson schools, 7/7/91, 1A
    • Stayed longer at JPS than national average, 7/31/94, 1A
    • Takes extra pains to strengthen public confidence, 5/19/91, 15A
    • To examine schools in Israel, 7/26/90, 5B
    • Unrealistic hopes may await 1st black school chief, 7/2/90, 1A
    • Urges Martin Luther King holiday, two others, 4/23/91, 2B
    • Vocalizes on 'Good Morning, America', 9/27/91, 1A
    • Wants a bond referendum to air condition schools, 9/19/90, 1A
    • Wants Jackson to convert from junior highs to middle schools, 12/16/90, 1A, 23A
    • Wants paddling banned in Jackson schools, 7/15/90, 1A
    • Withdraws from running for Houston, Texas job, 6/2/91, 1A; 6/7/91, 1B
  • Canada, Ben SEE ALSO Jackson Public Schools
  • Canadian stockbroker
    • Fugitive arrested in Southaven, 11/11/87, 1A; 11/14/87, 1A
  • Cancer
    • Mary Jane Finney fought it twice and won, 10/29/93, 1E
    • Nurse Shari Magee raising money for cancer patients, 11/27/88, 1B
  • Cancer SEE ALSO Breast cancer
  • Cancer HelpLink
    • Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, 1/25/94, 3B
  • Cancer patients
    • Look Good...Feel Better: makeup and hairstyling program, 10/18/91, 1E
    • Youths and Junior League support, 9/10/87, 4B
  • Candidates
    • Children in private schools, 6/18/87, 1D
    • Local consultants and ad agencies pursue campaign cash, 2/17/91, 1G
    • Spending on printing, etc., 8/2/87, 1A
    • TV advertising, 7/12/87, 1H
  • Candlelighters
    • Fight against cancer
      • 1994 Mississippi artists calendar, 10/10/93, 1F
  • Candlestick Park SEEE Tornadoes, Jackson
  • Canemount
    • Bed-and-breakfast near Port Gibson
      • Weekend getaway, 3/4/93, 6E
  • Caney Creek
    • Federal study may bring about flood relief, 5/17/91, 4B
  • Canine cough SEE Dogs---Canine cough...
  • Canizaro, Joseph
    • Developer, 3/19/87, 1A
  • Cannon
    • Restored Civil War cannon at Fort Pemberton, 6/1/93, 1D
  • Cannon, Ace
    • Noted saxophone player, 4/19/93, 1D
  • Cannon, Billy
    • Heisman Trophy winner from Neshoba Co. played for LSU, 10/27/88, 1C
  • Cannon, George SEE Superintendent of Education
  • Cannon, Glenn
    • Arguments begin in trial, 2/14/89, 1B
    • Audio tapes show he talked of payoffs, 2/16/89, 1A
    • Coast DA says criticism of him is political, 10/16/88, 1A
    • District Attorney seeks dismissal of case, 2B; 2/1/89
    • Grand jury fight could impair the panels statewide, 11/29/88, 1B
    • Gulf Coast DA arrested for allegedly lying to court, 12/10/88, 1A
    • Harrison judges say indictments may be lost, 11/23/88, 3B
    • Jerry Lampley who paid DA is sentenced to 9 years, 6/27/89, 4B
    • Lawyer wants news leaks stopped, 1/1/89; 8B
    • Linked by witness to securities fraud figure, 2/15/89, 1A
    • Plans career as minister, 4/9/89, 1B
    • Pleads guilty, to resign, 2/18/89, 1A
    • Request denied for gag order, 1/13/89; 3B
    • Resigns from office, 3/3/89, 1B
    • Sentenced to 3 months, fined, 5/13/89, 1A; 6/15/89, 5B
    • Signed for gift he denied knowing about, 2/17/89, 1A
    • State Supreme Court disbars, 6/29/89, 5B
    • State Supreme Court won't allow him to practice law again, 7/13/89, 1B
    • Tape shows he was unable to account for money, 6/8/89, 1C
  • Cannon, Gwen
    • Gospel DJ and owner of Christian bookstore, 12/18/93, 1D
  • Cannon, Jeff SEE Corporal punishment---Pearl
  • Cannon, Marvin Eugene
    • Terry man killed on I-20 after hitting 18-wheeler, 8/21/92, 2B
  • Cannon, Monica SEE Fortenberry Scholarships
  • Canoeing
    • Mississippi waterways, 7/5/87, 1E
    • Outdoorsman Larry Estes gives talk, 9/5/93, 1FEstes, Larry SEE Canoeing
    • Set summer fun afloat, 6/21/90, 8E
  • Canon, Bill
    • Columbus legislator switches to Republican Party, 3/23/93, 3B
    • Senator may change opposition to lottery, 5/20/90, 1B
  • Canterbury, Rick
    • Denies impropriety in 1988 intelligence unit purchases, 7/12/91, 1A
    • Ex-intelligence officer indicted in embezzlement, 4/11/92, 1A
    • Poor records hamper hunt for drug unit's $50,000, 6/8/93, 1A
  • Cantin, George
    • Blind minister, 6/24/89, 1D
  • Canton Bible Baptist Church
    • Conference on cross-cultural relationships, 3/25/89, 1C
  • Canton budget
    • Officials cutting costs for 1993, 9/21/92, 1B, 3B
  • Canton Farm Equipment SEE Madison County Supervisors
  • Canton Fire Department
    • London Smith is new chief, 11/17/94, 5B
    • Permenter resigns following Scott's election, 10/14/94, 1A
  • Canton Flea Market, 1987, 5/15/87, 1A
  • Canton Flea Market, 1988
    • 30,000 expected to attend; 400 exhibitions, 10/13/88, 1B
    • Canton reaps reward from Flea Market, 10/14/88, 1B
    • It's time to shop til you drop, 10/10/88, 1D
  • Canton Flea Market, 1989
    • Fall crowd may have been biggest ever, 10/13/89, 3B
  • Canton Flea Market, 1990
    • A family affair, 10/11/90, 1D
    • Ban on downtown parking will be imposed, 8/8/90, 3B
  • Canton Flea Market, 1991
    • Aunt Jemima dolls offend some shoppers, 10/11/91, 1B
    • Kaleidoscopic shopping, 10/10/91, 6E
  • Canton Flea Market, 1992
    • More than 1000 exhibitors, 10/8/92, 4B, 3E
    • Shop till you drop, 5/11/89, 4B; 5/15/92, 3B
    • Shoppers crowd town, 5/14/92, 3E; 10/9/92, 1B
  • Canton Flea Market, 1993
    • Bushels of bargains, 10/14/93, 8E
    • Clouds don't dim shoppers' spirits, 10/15/93, 1B
    • Rain doesn't faze crowd, 5/14/93, 1B
  • Canton Flea Market, 1994
    • Rain doesn't keep them away, 10/14/94, 4B
    • Shoppers crowd Canton, 5/12/94, 10E; 5/13/94, 4B
  • Canton High School
    • Teacher Carolyn Corey suspended over remark made to student, 12/16/94, 5B
  • Canton Missions
    • Alice and Phillip Abel, 3/11/93, 1B
    • Thrift Store, 9/2/93, 4B
  • Canton Police Department
    • Jimmy Wilson named chief, 12/21/94, 1A
    • Losing officers to Madison department, 12/24/94, 1B
    • Policewoman seeks aid in combatting female criminals, 8/10/89, 3B
    • Slay resigns following Scott's election, 10/14/94, 1A
  • Canton Public Schools
    • 2 pricinpal posts must be filled
      • Scott and Porter replacements, 10/15/94, 4B
    • Career guidance and counseling program honored, 3/2/93, 4B
    • Make progress, 3/20/88, 16A
    • Program to help black male students, 1/19/91, 5B
    • Superintendent will correct problems, 2/11/89, 3B
  • Canton's Victoria Christmas SEE Victorian Christmas
  • Canton, Mississippi
    • 4th deadline to show alternative housing, 6/3/88, 3B
    • Alderman raise pay 39%, 10/7/94, 5B
    • Aldermen adjourn meeting: circuit clerk not present, 11/4/94, 3B
    • Aldermen reappoint city attorney; mayor vetoes action, 11/2/94, 1B
    • Annexation
      • NAACP files protest, 6/30/88, 3B
      • Officials look to black area in attempt to annex, 1/8/88, 3B
    • Anonymous flier accuses residents of being drug dealers, 9/25/93, 1B
    • Architects plan to revitalize, 3/1/88, 1B
    • Board retracts city pay raises
      • Mayor Scott asking for resignations, 10/19/94, 4B
    • City finds homes, 6/4/88, 4B
    • City officials plan to relocate shanty dwellers, 3/11/88, 1A
    • Depot to be renovated, 12/24/94, 4B
    • Downtown Historic District
      • 2/8/89, 4B
    • Election of black mayor Alice Scott a challenge for town, 10/23/94, 1A
    • Fire district planned, 3/4/88, 1B
    • Hickory Street/Elmore James Heritage festival, 4/19/90, 5E
    • MSU students to help re-create historic town square, 2/6/88, 3B
    • Must reveal plans or lose grant, 6/2/88, 1B
    • Mysterious hole discovered downtown, 6/27/85, 1A
    • Officials plan office complex near Courthouse Square, 6/17/89, 3B
    • Police and fire chiefs resign following Scott's election, 10/14/94, 1A
    • Ready to celebrate 150th birthday, 3/24/86, 1B
    • Relocation from shacks nears end, 10/11/88, 1A
    • Slum Building on the square named historic landmark, 6/25/91, 1D
    • Tosses hospitality visitor's way
      • Weekend Getaway, 4/4/91, 3E
    • Tower Loan judgement called mistake, 3/4/93, 3B
    • Turns to restoration to boost town, 10/31/88, 1B
    • Two workers die in ditch collapse, 10/2/86, 1A
    • Ward plan opposed by Madison County Voters League, 1/8/94, 1B
    • Wrong house bulldozed; woman suing for damages, 9/14/90, 1A
    • Zoning fight may stall housing project, 6/1/88, 1B
  • Capers, Reba
    • Claims telephone records show Biloxi had approval for HUD loan, 8/30/89, 1B
    • Fraud trial in Biloxi, 8/7/89, 1A
    • Her marriage to Lloyd Vogt could affect case against her and Blessey, 5/16/89, 1A
    • Husband granted immunity to restify, 8/19/89, 1B
    • Judge moves, delays perjury trial, 1/5/89; 3B; 4/19/89, 1A
    • Jury begins deliberations in fraud, conspiracy trial, 8/31/89, 1B; 9/1/89, 1B
    • Speedy-trial rule voids charges against Blessey aide, 3/28/91, 1B
    • Testifies in Biloxi HUD trial, 8/29/89, 1A
    • Trial ends in mistrial, 9/2/89, 1A
    • Trial features taut tempers, humorous quips, 8/28/89, 1A
  • Capers, Reba SEE ALSO Blessey, Gerald
  • Capital Area Training and Employment Consortium
    • Unites job training programs, 6/1/90, 5B
  • Capital Center Inc
    • City Council says it's given too much control, 10/5/94, 4B; 10/14/94, 4B
    • Groups aims to revitalize downtown Jackson, 2/2/94, 5B; 5/1/93, 5B
    • New group wants to make downtown Jackson glitter, 1/23/94, 1C
    • Programs to encourage living quarters over downtown businesses, 8/23/94, 6B
  • Capital City Baptist Church
    • Fights Oobie's, teenage dance hall nearby, 5/16/93, 2B; 5/18/93, 1B
    • Nearby bar Brillo's gets restraining order, 8/21/92, 1B
  • Capital City Commission SEE Jackson/Hinds County funding issue
  • Capital City Hamfest
    • In Jackson, 2/6/94, 3B; 2/7/93, 3B
  • Capital Electric Power Assn.
    • Members get new chance at claims, 2/4/86, 8B
  • Capital gains
    • Fordice signs law repealing tax on capital gains, 3/24/94, 5B
    • Mississippians have mixed opinions on Bush's proposal, 9/29/89, 6B
    • Should capital gains tax be cut? (Pro/con arguements), 1/12/92, 1G
  • Capital improvements
    • Bill died when deadline missed, may rise again, 3/28/89, 1A
    • Bond Commission OKs purchase of $24.9 million in 'good bonds', 12/3/93, 3B
    • Legislative negotiators forge pact on improvements, 3/26/89, 2B
    • Senate panel OKs plan, 2/22/89, 3B
    • Universities would get bulk of $116.8 bond bill approved by Senate, 3/1/91, 2B
  • Capital improvements SEE ALSO Line-item vetoes (Fordice ploy)
  • Capital Menswear
    • Car crashes into Ridgeland store, 10/16/93, 5B
  • Capital murder SEE Murder, Mississippi
  • Capital punishment SEE Death penalty
  • Capitol Building
    • Legislators call in FBI to examine odd wiring, 3/27/90, 3B
    • Mississippi, 1/4/87, 1B
    • Office space war, 2/21/88, 1B
    • Tour guide, 3/31/87, 1D
    • Tucker is new police chief, 6/1/93, 2B
    • Women Senators finally get restroom, 3/23/93, 1B
  • Capitol Cablevision
    • City passes ordinance to regulate rates, 1/5/94, 4B
    • Disputes report that rates have risen 180% in five years, 1/21/92, 6B
    • Higher programming costs forces company to raise rates, 5/11/89, 1E
    • Jackson wants rate hike investigated, 1/6/93, 4B; 12/29/92, 1A; 12/30/92, 3B
    • New regulations; channel changes, 9/2/93, 4B
  • Capitol cablevision
    • Opposes new federal legislation regulating rates and service, 9/18/92, 1A
  • Capitol Cablevision
    • Purchases Purple Creek Cable & T.A.T. Cable, 11/17/88, 1D
    • Purchases Tru-Vision, 12/2/88, 1D
    • Upgrades service in Jackson, 1C; 1/12/89
    • Vandals sever north Jackson line; football fans irate, 1/13/92, 1A; 1/14/92, 5B
  • Capitol Cities Area Metro Narcotics unit
    • Utica, Florence agents join, 7/27/90, 5B
  • Capitol City Commission
    • Chairman Taylor: county insensitive to city's needs, 9/12/91, 4B
  • Capitol Discount Linens
    • Mary Calhoun, owner
      • How's business?, 12/29/92, 4B
  • Capitol Metro Convention.... SEE Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Capitol Nissan
    • Bought by Tom Wimberley, 10/17/87, 8B
    • Opens on I-55 N., 9/3/86, 8B
  • Capitol Police
    • Governor's Mansion security guards, 12/1/86, 1A
  • Capitol Station Association
    • Consultants hired to study Amtrak Station area, 4/8/92, 4B
    • Street fesitival, 3/4/92, 5B; 3/26/92, 8E; 3/28/92, 4B; 3/29/92, 4B
  • Capitol Street
    • Downtown Jackson street continues its decline, 1/15/94, 1A
  • Capitol Street Association
    • Amphitheater for concerts, 6/17/92, 1A
  • Capitol Street Church of Christ
    • Marks 10th anniversary, 9/9/89, 1D
  • Capitol Street Corp
    • Possible Unifirst investor flush with cash, 1/17/89; 8B
  • Capitol Street United Methodist Church, 5/9/87, 1D
    • Marks 100th yr., 11/28/87, 1D
    • New church aimed at singles, 12/7/91, 1D; 12/21/91, 1D
    • Reverend Thompson's program on stepfamilies, 8/22/92, 1D
    • Summer enrichment program for children, 7/25/92, 1D
  • Capitol Street United Methodist Church SEE ASLSO Shepherd's Center, The
  • Capps, Charlie
    • Constitution panel, 1/28/87, 1A
    • State Rep. courted by Dems., 2/14/88, 1B
  • CapStun
    • Protective device containing cayenne pepper, 4/11/93, 1B
  • Captain Kangaroo
    • Speaks here, 10/23/86, 1A
  • Capuchin monkies
    • Couples raise monkies which will aid disabled, 6/23/91, 1B
  • Car & Truck Sellathon
    • Colisseum, 6/5/85, 10B
  • Car batteries SEE Automobile batteries
  • Car Blast '90
    • Sponsored by Magnolia Region Porsche Club, 7/5/90, 13F
  • Car chase SEE Automobile chases
  • Car phones SEE Cellular phones
  • Car purchases SEE Automobile sales
  • Car Quest Winter Nationals
    • At Mississippi Coliseum, 1/3/91, 7E
  • Car tags SEE Automobile tags
  • Car theft SEE Automobile theft
  • Car-jackings SEE Carjackings
  • Caradine, Sidney
    • Owns Amzi Love, a bed and breakfast inn in Columbus, 6/11/90, 1D
  • Caranna, Cono
    • Loses election, 8/23/87, 1B
  • Caraway, Hardy
    • Democrats bar him from running for PSC post, 7/23/91, 2B
    • Independent candidate in 4th District, 4/17/90, 1B
  • Carbon monoxide
    • Is your house sick?, 5/21/93, 1E
  • Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation
    • 'This corner column', 9/6/87, 1G
    • Brookhaven man Joe Martin saves Jazmin Corley, 5/3/93, 1A
    • Fast CPR saves speaker at John Birch Society, 2/14/93, 4B
  • CARE
    • State-wide coalition of churches to fight lottery, 6/3/92, 3B
  • Care of children SEE Child welfare
  • Career Development Center
    • Jackson
      • Holds open house, 9/18/90, 4B
  • Careers
    • Career changes, 10/17/93, 1E
    • Mississippi
      • Third annual MS Career Fair, 11/14/88, 1B
    • Mississippi students, 11/14/85, 8B
  • CARES
    • Jackson's psychiatric residential care facility for children, 12/4/92, 4B
    • Jan Duker appointed director, 5/8/93, 3B
  • Cargill
    • To reopen Greenville rice mill, 10/24/92, 5B
  • Cargill, Barbara
    • Her 'flood zone' sign OKed by judge, 2/9/94, 4B
    • In feud with JR Developers over her flood zone lot
      • Sign on I-55, 1/24/94, 1A
  • CaribbeanFest
    • Downtown Jackson to pulse with island rhythms, 8/20/92, 4E; 8/22/91, 1D
  • Caring Program for Children
    • Blue Cross program, 3/1/93, 1A; 7/7/92, 3B; 10/22/91, 6B
    • Kids Zone festival, 9/27/94, 1D
    • Kids Zone's festival signs stolen, 9/21/94, 1B
  • Carity hospitals
    • In annual battle to remain open, 11/28/88, 1B
  • Carjackings, Jackson
    • 2 sought after escape in Super K-Mart parking lot, 7/11/94, 2B
    • Increasingly more common, 10/3/92, 4B
    • Mayor and police open anti-carjacking campaign, 12/10/92, 2B
    • Suspect Douglas Clincy apprehended, 10/1/92, 1A
  • Carjackings, Mississippi
    • Bill would place stiff penalty, 1/22/93, 2B
  • Carl F.H. Henry Essay Contest
    • Winning Belhaven essay by T.B. Moore, 4/23/94, 1D
  • Carl G. Evers Memorial Bicycle Safety Program
    • Poster contest, 5/21/94, 4B
  • Carl's New Orleans Cafe
    • Restaurant review, 10/15/92, 5E
  • Carlisle, Carla (Heffner)
    • McComb native, civil-rights exile, runs farm in England, 4/25/93, 1C
  • Carlson, George
    • Batesville doctor marvels at innovations in medicine, 3/25/90, 1B
  • Carlton, John
    • Cancer patient and cancer patient, 5/30/87, 1A
  • Carmelite Monastery
    • Christmas sale, 12/3/89, 8B
    • Figures by Fontanini, 12/1/90, 1D
    • Figurine artist Emanuele Fontanini at its gift shop, 12/5/94, 1B
  • Carmichael, Gil
    • Considers race for governor, 4/17/87, 3B
    • Could be pivital contender in Highway race, 1/15/89; 3H
    • Envisions expanded Amtrak system, 4/11/91, 1A, 1B
    • Interviews for position with Bush administration, 1/7/89; 3B; 7/13/89, 5B
    • Picked by Bush to head Federal railway post, 3/17/89, 1B
    • Possible replacement for Samuel Skinner as Transporation Secretary, 12/6/91, 1A
    • Proposes toll for state's highways, 4/28/90, 6B
    • Remained Nixonite despite 'tricky Dick' treatment, 5/1/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Seeks support in Mississippi for rail industry, 6/16/90, 3B
    • To discuss railroad issues in Soviet Union, 9/19/89, 2B
    • Wants railroads to assume broader role in U.S. transportation, 7/1/90, 1F
  • Carmichael, Stokely SEE Ture, Kwame
  • Carmody, Jim
    • Coach resigns at USM, 12/4/87, 1A+; 12/6/87, 1E
    • Joins MSU Bulldog staff as defensive coordinator, 12/3/88, 1A
    • State alums can't wait for Carmody, 12/3/88, 3D
    • USM players wish him well, 12/3/88, 1D
  • Carnathan, Shea
    • Terminally ill child's Disney World trip cut short, 7/20/91, 4B
  • Carnegie Hero Fund Commission
    • Alexander Williams of Purvis honored, 7/7/92, 1B
    • Awards medal to Clinton woman, 11/6/89, 1A
    • Jackson man honored posthumously, 6/30/89, 1B
    • Joseph Burton of Greenwood honored posthumously, 12/27/91, 2B
  • Carnegie libraries, 1/25/87, 1E
  • Carney, James
    • Columbia narcotics officer accused of embezzling drug money, 10/8/94, 3B
  • Carney, Nell
    • Named head of Department of Rehabilitation Services, 1/20/93, 1B
  • Carney, Pomp Temple
    • Board takes away his license, 12/17/93, 4B
    • Psychiatrist charged with sexually abusing patient, 11/19/93, 4B
  • Carpenter, Joseph
    • Lucedale man missing at Pike's Peak, 10/21/92, 3B
  • Carpenter, Kathy SEE Marlboro Country Nights Dance Showdown
  • Carpenter, Mary-Chapin
    • At Municipal Auditorium, 7/12/93, 1D
  • Carpenter, Will
    • Awarded Hilliard Roderick prize for arms control efforts, 2/8/92, 5B
  • Carr, Anthony SEE Parker family slayings
  • Carr, Charlie
    • MSU athletic director resigns, 8/1/87, 1A
  • Carr, S. Wallace
    • Reformed Theological Seminary, 7/26/87, 1D
  • Carr, Thelvin
    • Post Office break-ins suspect posts bond, 6/17/94, 5B
  • Carreno, Jose Manuel SEE Ballet Mississippi
  • Carreno, Jose Manuel SEE IBC
  • Carriage House
    • Natchez
      • Restaurant review, 12/13/90, 4E
  • Carrigan, Joseph
    • Assault charges filed against ARK counselor, 11/20/92, 4B
    • Exonerated in sex charge; mother vows to sue, 5/30/93, 1B
  • Carrington, James
    • Hanging death at Methodist Medical Center ruled suicide, 1/1/93, 3B; 1/5/93, 3B
  • Carroll Industries
    • Madison
      • Markets BAT-R-VEST for young baseball players, 7/16/91, 6B
      • Purple Martin gourds, 2/27/88, 4C
  • Carroll, Andrew
    • Young UMC heart recipient given lots of lemonade, 5/30/92, 1A
  • Carroll, Eugene SEE Garcia, Oscar
  • Carroll, Frances
    • National Guard officer/missionary, 9/8/90, 1C
  • Carroll, Mariah
    • Neighbors pull elderly woman from burning house, 11/1/93, 1B; 11/2/93, 3B
  • Carroll, Wilson
    • Ex-Gaming Commission attorney hired by gaming lobby, 5/7/93, 1B
    • Gaming association official moves to job in industry, 2/28/94, 2B
  • Carroll-Richardson Grist Mill
    • Relocation of mill to Dun's Falls is historical, 6/27/88, 3B
  • Carruth, Becky
    • Woman of Achievement, 1991, 5/1/91, 1D
  • Carruth, Jimmy SEE Firefighters---Jackson---Residency...
  • Carruth, Paul Ott SEE Ott, Paul
  • Cars SEE Automobiles
  • Carson, James
    • Named JSU football coach, 4/16/92, 1A
  • Carson, Ola
    • Mother, 98, set mothering standard for 5 generations, 5/9/93, 1E
  • Cartee, Claudia Ka
    • Artist featured in Hinds Community College exhibit, 1/31/93, 1F
  • Carter, Barbara
    • Ex-Jackson banker gets prison term in CD-cashing scheme, 9/29/90, 5B
  • Carter, Bertha SEE Pigeon drops
  • Carter, Donell
    • Arcola
      • Missing since Dec.4, 1/14/88, 1A
  • Carter, Dorothy SEE Veterans Nursing Home
  • Carter, Finn
    • Mississippi native has role in movie Tremors, 1/26/90, 1E
  • Carter, Gary SEE University of Mississippi---NCAA...
  • Carter, Hodding
    • Journalist coming home, but just to visit, 12/5/88, 1C
    • To stump for Dukakis in Mississippi, 1/28/88, 4B
  • Carter, Hodding Jr.
    • New biography by Ann Waldron, 6/27/93, 3F
  • Carter, James
    • Fight with Delta ed., 1/18/86, 1A
  • Carter, Kenneth
    • Man crashes into ditch, is attacked by snakes, 7/29/93, 1A; 7/31/93, 3B; 8/1/93, 4B
    • Trauma of wreck leaves man unable to walk and talk, 5/23/94, 1A
  • Carter, Mae Bertha SEE Quakers
  • Carter, Mary Rose
    • Greenwood election commissioner resigns after voter role dispute, 2/25/94, 3B
  • Carter, Rosalynn SEE Vaccinations
  • Carter, Shirley
    • Young woman raised in foster homes misses not having parents, 11/21/93, 1F
  • Carter, William
    • Jackson police department's Officer Friendly, 4/11/92, 4B
    • Longtime Jackson police sergeant retires, 9/3/94, 5B
  • Carter, William Co. SEE William Carter Co.
  • Carthage, Mississippi, 5/31/87, 2B
    • Pearl River Bridge closed, 3/27/89, 1B
  • Carthan, Eddie J.
    • Charged with firearms violation, 12/11/86, 1A
  • Cartoons SEE Editorial cartoons
  • Carty, Kendall
    • Willing worker at Jitney Jungle #10
      • A day in the life, 12/5/94, 1D
  • Carver Elementary School
    • Raymond
      • Despite heat students glad to be back in school, 8/23/91, 4B
    • Raymond school's Ropes Challenge Course, 11/3/92, 4B
  • Carver Middle School
    • Meridian
      • Toughest students picked for safety patrol, 11/12/92, 2B
    • Meridian school uses unorthodox teaching ideas, 10/1/91, 4B
  • Carver, Bob
    • Reagan cites man from state as hero, 12/27/87, 1A
  • Cary Christian Health Center
    • Cary, Mississippi
      • Dr. Boelens makes medical mark, 1/24/88, 1E
  • CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) SEE Child ABUSE
  • Casa Montez
    • Restaurant review, 6/12/88, 1F
  • Casano, Peter SEE SAD
  • Case, Albert Ray
    • Convicted of manslaughter in 1989 death of unidentified woman, 6/26/91, 2B
  • Case, Carroll
    • Named director of Ms. Arts Commission, 7/29/87, 1C
  • Case, Faye
    • Former MADD director takes new job with RID, 2/2/90, 5B
  • Case, Milton
    • Ex-legislator dies of leukemia at age 56, 1/25/91, 2B
  • Casey Elementary School
    • Book bag program, 10/12/90, 4B
    • Rezoning of students, 5/22/89, 1A; 5/23/89, 1A; 9/25/89, 1A
  • Casey Elementary School SEE ALSO Brown, H. Jackson
  • Casey Jones Museum
    • Vaughan
      • Weekend getaway, 11/1/90, 3E
  • Cash, Phillip
    • 6-year-old stands tall despite spina bifida, 6/6/92, 1A
  • Casino Club SEE Dockside gambling, Greenwood
  • Casino Magic SEE Dockside gambling, Bay St.Louis
  • Casino Magic SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • Casino ship
    • Biloxi, 2/14/88, 1F
      • Bill to allow ship to continue, 1/26/88, 1B
      • Court ruling keeps Europa Star at 3 miles out, 12/23/87, 3B
      • Legality boosts cost of trip on ship, 12/16/87, 4B
      • Owners hope for payoff on gamble, 12/19/87, 1A
      • Ready to sail, 12/13/87, 1A
      • To cut visit short due to expenses, 12/17/87
    • Coast could get 2nd casino ship; man threatens suit, 7/29/88, 4B
    • Europa Star, 12/21/87, 1A
    • Gets Mississippi House OK, 2/18/88, 1A
    • Gulfport
      • Awaits legal decision on casino ships, 5/13/88, 8B
      • Group looks for ship in Greece, 5/13/88, 8B
      • Wants to anchor near Gulfport, 5/17/86, 1A
    • Senate committee to consider bill on, 2/22/88, 1B
    • To operate out of Biloxi, 6/5/87, 3B
  • Casino ship SEE ALSO Europa Star
  • Casino stocks SEE Stocks, Mississippi
  • Casinoplex SEE Riverboat gambling, Jackson
  • Casinos SEE Dockside gambling
  • Casinos SEE Gambling, Mississippi
  • Casinos SEE Riverboat gambling
  • Caspolich, Joe
    • Pass Christian man defies death, dismemberment; doesn't give up, 1/27/92, 2B
  • Cassettes
    • Counterfeits seized in Ripley, 9/2/86, 1B
  • Cassibry, John Carley
    • Creates wood art for Jackson and Memphis churches, 1/19/92, 1F
  • Castlewoods
    • Undeveloped sections sold to Baycastle Properties, 7/17/91, 5B
    • Utilities too high, according to PSC, 10/7/87, 8B
    • Water rates to remain the same, court rules, 8/16/91, 2B
  • Castlewoods Golf Club
    • Local partnership buys club, 1/18/91, 6B
  • Caston, Bill SEE School superintendents---Madison County
  • Castonguay, Robert
    • FBI agent, 5/11/87, 1A
  • Castration of bull SEE Football---MSU...
  • Cat & Mouse
    • Comic book by Hattiesburg students, 7/14/88, 1E
  • Cat Island
    • Reseach center, 7/5/86, 1B
  • CAT scores
    • Fall in Jackson, 6/13/86, 1B
  • Catalina Lighting Inc
    • 20 employees on job at new Meridian site, 10/13/94, 5B
  • Catalogs
    • Seed catalogs, 5/11/87, 1D
  • Catalyst Foundation
    • Seminar questioning traditional parenting, 1/19/92, 1E
  • Cataphote Inc
    • World's largest glass bead plant in Flowood
      • Major state exporter, 5/22/94, 1C
  • Catchings Insurance Agency
    • SBA's minority business of year for Mississippi, 9/29/89, 6B
  • Catchings, Howard
    • Named chairman of Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce, 12/3/92, 1A
  • Catchings, Howard SEE Country clubs
  • Catechism SEE Catholic Church, US
  • Cates, Ed
    • Accuses sheriff of election ploy in reopening of case, 4/30/90, 1A
    • Body in car, 3/26/88, 1A; 5/27/87, 1A
    • Court upholds search of his cellblock, 8/21/86, 1B
    • Denied prison transfer, 9/10/87, 1A
    • Family says suspect is wrong man, 4/8/88, 1A
    • Found dead in prison cell, 12/3/90, 1A; 12/4/90, 5B; 12/5/90, 1B
    • Not enough evidence to show conspiracy, 4/12/88, 1A
    • Second suspect sought; victim believed identified, 4/7/88, 1A
    • Solution said to be political ploy, 5/28/87, 1A
    • TV appearance, 7/20/87, 3B
    • Unchanged by prison, 8/24/86, 1A
  • Catfish
    • Caters to menus of health-conscious diners, 1/22/90, 3B
    • May be adopted as state fish, 1/21/88, 3B
    • Medical research, 3/16/87, 3B
    • National Catfish Day proposed by Espy, 5/10/87, 3B; 6/23/87, 8B
    • National demand is outstripping production, 10/23/94, 3C
    • Popularity is increasing, producers told, 2/2/90, 6B
    • Researchers study sex changes for catfish, 3/4/89, 8B
    • Sandwich using Mississippi product test marketed, 2/13/91, 6B
    • Served in Washington, D.C., 4/2/87, 8B
    • Soviets to eat, 5/23/88, 1B
    • Turned into upscale delicacy, 9/10/89, 1G
    • USDA physiologist Cheryl Goudie working on faster-growing fish, 4/17/94, 1C
    • Wet weather has curtailed their appetite, 8/2/89, 6B
  • Catfish SEE ALSO World Catfish Festival
  • Catfish and the Delta (book) SEE Schweid, Richard
  • Catfish Bargaining Association
    • Raises prices of fish 5 cents per pound, 5/17/91, 5B
  • Catfish Farmers of America
    • Hires George Williams, 9/30/86, 8B
    • International marketing campaign, 9/26/87, 8B
    • New president is R. Bardin Redditt, 6/23/91, 3C
  • Catfish Haven
    • Restaurant review, 6/24/93, 4E
  • Catfish Haven Fish House
    • Restaurant review, 8/3/89, 4G
  • Catfish industry
    • Fish Farming Trade Show in Greenville, 2/4/94, 5B
    • Videoconference with German officials, 9/16/94, 5B
  • Catfish industry SEE ALSO Delta Pride catfish
  • Catfish industry, Mississippi, 1/22/87, 8B; 10/29/87, 8B
    • Advertising, 3/1/87, 1H
    • Advertising targets country music fans, 12/29/93, 5B
    • Analysis with statistics, 8/3/86, 1G
    • Bargaining Association raises price per pound, 5/17/91, 5B
    • Big processors squeezed smaller ones in price war, 3/20/90, 6B
    • Catfish farmers sweat out drought's effect, 7/21/88, 8B
    • Complaints about working conditions, 5/9/86, 1A; 5/10/86, 1B
    • Crowded field of processors keeps prices low, 9/10/89, 1G
    • Delta catfish promoters cast for military plates, 8/13/88, 8B
    • Expecting 1993 to be good year, 3/5/93, 5B
    • Experiment puts catfish in tanks, 11/10/88, 8B
    • Farmers recover from ice storm damage, 4/12/94, 10B
    • Farmers:Migratory birds make meals of catfish, 12/12/88, 1B
    • Feed company works with MAFES to develope larger fish, 1/20/91, 4B
    • Franchising, 9/17/85, 8B
    • Freeze kills one-fifth of December harvest, 12/30/89, 6B
    • Good PR campaign cited for rise in processing, 9/22/91, 2C
    • Growers scale back to raise prices, 1/16/93, 4B
    • Industry suffers heavy losses in Spring floods, 5/9/91, 5B
    • Inmates learn catfish farming at Parchman, 10/15/88, 8B
    • Institute casts for more customers, 2/10/88, 8B
    • Japanese businessmen tour plants, 6/22/91, 8B
    • Low water threatens state catfish boom, 11/12/88, 8B
    • Mergers in state's industry, 2/11/88, 8B
    • Mounts major ad campaign, 3/5/90, 2B
    • New ad campaign, federal purchases to lessen oversupply, 1/11/92, 5B
    • New marketing concept, 11/7/89, 6B
    • Plant faces federal probe over injuries to workers, 11/30/89, 1A
    • Price falls, 5/12/87, 8B
    • Prices increase, but not enough, 10/22/92, 5B
    • Prices up, 6/9/85, 1G
    • Processor, co-op agree on new catfish plant, 7/21/88, 8B
    • Production high; prices remain low, 12/20/92, 3C
    • Production not high enough for number of plants, 1/28/89; 8B
    • Recovery efforts continue for flooded ponds, 8/25/91, 3C
    • Research underway on breeding in indoor tanks, 1/27/91, 1B
    • Some catfish farming in Delta is for the birds, 1A, 1B; 1/29/89
    • Statistics, 2/12/86, 8B
    • Too many processing plants lowering price, 10/2/91, 5B
    • Union organizing effort, 5/27/86, 6B
    • Union squabble, 11/11/86, 8B
    • Unstable catfish prices, 10/8/92, 5B
    • USDA's $5.7 million purchase a boost, 1/17/92, 5B
    • Winter temps take their toll on catfish, 12/16/88, 8B
    • With growing pains big question is: What's next?, 5/30/90, 6B
    • Zeolites seen as rescue route for ponds, 3/22/88, 8B
  • Catfish Journal
    • Publication of catfish farmers, 7/12/86, 8B
  • Catfish Junction
    • Saraland, Alabama
      • Weekend getaway, 11/5/92, 3F
  • Catfish News
    • Trade publication sold to group of Mississippi investors, 7/1/89, 6B
  • Catfish sausage
    • Delta Industries introduces, 9/3/85, 6B
    • To be tested in Jackson & Dallas, 11/5/85, 8B
  • Catfish Shak
    • Restaurant review, 3/15/90, 4E
  • Cathedral High School
    • Natchez
      • Ex-teacher Gloria Warren sues; claims discrimination, 9/11/91, 2B
  • Cathedral of St. Andrew SEE St. Andrew's Cathedral
  • Cathedral of St. Peter SEE St. Peter's Cathedral
  • Catherine the Great Exhibition
    • Memphis--flush with its royal draw, 4/28/91, 1F
  • Catholic Charities, 2/8/87, 1B
    • Maternity and Adoption Services, 12/29/94, 1D
    • New director is Linda Raff, 7/23/94, 1D
    • Plans anniversary reunion, 2/25/89, 1C
    • Therapeutic Foster Care Program, 12/8/94, 5B
  • Catholic Charities SEE ALSO Born Free Residential Program
  • Catholic Charities SEE ALSO Rape Crisis Center
  • Catholic Church, Atlanta Diocese
    • Archbishop Marino, Biloxi native, resigns, 8/2/90, 1A; 8/4/90, 3B
  • Catholic Church, Biloxi Diocese
    • 150th ann., 9/7/87, 1B
  • Catholic church, Biloxi Diocese
    • Appoints its 1st Commission on Women, 5/15/93, 2D
  • Catholic Church, Biloxi Diocese
    • Coast group risks action by Vatican, 7/30/88, 1A
    • Rosary Rally for Peace, 10/14/89, 1D
  • Catholic Church, Jackson Diocese, 9/19/87, 1C
    • 150 years old, 7/28/87, 3B; 10/25/87, 5B; 10/26/87, 1B
    • Among largest contributors to Catholic Relief Services, 4/11/92, 1D
    • Audio and video tape library, 1/30/93, 1D
    • Establishes Norbertine monastic community, 6/24/89, 1D
    • Examines religious education in year 2000, 9/16/89, 1D
    • History book: Christ: the Living Water, 10/21/89, 1D
    • Loyalty oath won't affect Jackson Diocese, 7/29/89, 1D
    • New St.Joseph Junior High School, 1/15/90, 1B
    • Ordains native priest, 6/11/89, 1A
  • Catholic Church, US
    • New catechism makes church 'accessible', 5/28/94, 1A; 6/18/94, 1D
  • Catholic Diocese of Jackson
    • Many priests are from County Galway, Ireland, 9/11/94, 1G
  • Catholic Diocese of Mississippi
    • Bishop holds off on use of altar girls, 4/30/94, 1D
    • Black catholics in Mississippi, 8/19/89, 1D
    • Youth invited to Louisiana retreat, 3/2/91, 1D
  • Catholic priest
    • Pedophilia charge (Vance Thorne), 3/11/87, 1B
  • Catholic schools
    • Jackson, 2/21/87, 1C
    • Mississippi
      • Open week-long celebration honoring Catholic education, 1/28/92, 4B
  • Catholic Study Bible
    • Gives scriptures a Catholic interpretation, 9/8/90, 1C
  • Catholic Youth in Action
    • Wisconsin youths in Jackson, 7/4/87, 1C
  • Catholic Youth Organization
    • Melton addressed group, 2/14/93, 1B
  • Catledge, Turner
    • Colleagues remember, 3/28/86, 1B
  • Catlett, Elizabeth
    • Artist and husband Francisco Mora will discuss work at Museum, 10/14/90, 1F
  • Catmopolitan
    • Spoof publication, 10/22/87, 1C
  • Cats, 6/30/87, 1C
    • Belzoni woman in cat fight, 10/12/89, 4B
    • Carolyn Noble's grand champion Blaze Starr, 9/23/94, 1E
    • Cat show in Jackson, 8/4/86, 1B
    • Cat traps in Ocean Springs are a controversy, 12/26/89, 3B
    • Clinical Cat, blood donor, now in semi-retirement, 7/31/90, 1D
    • Gent put to sleep at Animal Resucie League, 7/29/94, 1B
    • International Cat Association show, 8/31/89, 1E; 9/3/89, 1B
    • Jackson cat lovers hail the White House cat Socks, 1/18/93, 1D
    • Midge, a stowaway goes from Greenville to Memphis to Madison, 9/27/94, 5B
    • Mississippi Cat Fanciers show at Trade Mart, 7/13/92, 1B
    • Ocean Springs cat Hank's brutal death--lessons against cruelty, 3/29/93, 1B
    • Rexcalibur's Devils Du, award-winning cat, 3/15/90, 1D
    • To avoid Feline Aids, keep your cat indoors, 9/26/91, 1D
  • CATS SEE Computer Automated Ticketing Service
  • Cats SEE In Defense for Exotic Felines in Mississippi
  • Cattle SEE ALSO Brucellosis
  • Cattle Industry Board, 2/13/87, 8B
  • Cattle rustling
    • Still goes on in Mississippi, 8/11/91, 2C
    • Stolen livestock hard to recover, 7/24/92, 1B
  • Cattle, Florence
    • Spate of cow killings puzzles officials, 4/27/94, 4B
  • Cattle, Lee County
    • Mutilations baffle dairy farmer, 7/11/90, 1B
  • Cattle, Mississippi
    • Antibiotic injections unregulated in state, 2/8/93, 1A
    • Feed cattle prices could fall, 11/13/88, 3B
    • Rustlers face last roundup, 9/29/88, 1A
    • USDA count, 3/6/87, 8B
  • Cattle, Rankin County
    • Jackson men charged with felony spotlighting of cows, 12/1/93, 5B; 12/2/93, 4B
    • Jackson men must do community service for shooting cows, 12/11/93, 1B
  • Cause-related marketing
    • Mississippi corporations engage in, 2/25/90, 1G
  • Causes of death SEE Death
  • Causey, Bill
    • Parkway Baptist Church is home to pastor, 9/10/88, 1C
  • Causeyville General Store
    • Weekend getaway, 8/8/91, 3E
  • Cauthen, Bob SEE Mississippi Industries for the Blind
  • Cavanaugh, Michael SEE Blessey, Gerald
  • Cavanaugh, William SEE Entergy Corp
  • Cave-in (industrial) SEE Howard Industries Inc
  • Cavett, J.R.
    • Jacksonian keeps memory of brother killed in World War II alive, 5/31/93, 1D
  • Cavett, Ruth Lee
    • Playwright and missionary, 8/24/85, 1C
  • Cayuga
    • Hidden treasure, 6/15/86, 4F
  • CBOK curriculum SEE Jackson Public Schools
  • CDs
    • Are they the best palce for your money?, 7/9/90, 1E
    • Interest rates have dropped 70% since 1989, 10/4/92, 1C
    • Rate slide forecast to continue, 9/30/91, 4B
    • Rates on CDs fall in slow economy, 2/21/90, 6B
  • CDs SEE ALSO Albums
  • Ceco Corp.
    • Columbus, 2/27/88, 8B
  • Cedarhill Animal Sanctuary
    • Caledonia animal rescue haven, 1/2/93, 1B
  • Celebrate Kids
    • Pupils sell coupon books to win computers, 9/30/93, 4B
  • Celebration of Leadership
    • Conference sponsored by BOLD targets community betterment, 2/20/92, 4B
  • Celebrities
    • Runs in Mississippi families, 10/11/87, 1E
    • When an offspring is rich and famous, fun is passed on to family, 9/15/91, 1E
  • Celebrity Gourmet Gala
    • March of Dimes benefit, 1/28/88, 1F
  • Cellist
    • Carlos Prieto performs with Mississippi Symphony, 10/27/89, 1E
  • Cellular phones SEE Cellular telephones
  • Cellular telephones
    • Aiding Highway Parol in crime prevention, 6/26/92, 2B
    • BellSouth and Lin Broadcasting merge operations, 9/12/89, 6B
    • Can now be used to call Highway Patrol, 5/5/92, 1B
    • Car phones---to go, 5/24/93, 1D
    • Concern for personal safety pushes sales up, 1/22/94, 1A
    • Councilman Stokes wants ban on sale to minors, 6/1/93, 1A; 6/2/93, 4B
    • Execs on go seem to need one, 12/4/94, 1C
    • FCC to decide who gets Jackson franchise, 8/27/86, 8B
    • Finding the right one, 12/23/91, 4B
    • Groups awarded licenses, 2/26/86, 8B
    • Health study urged; brain tumor scare, 1/30/93, 4B
    • Jackson, 10/24/86, 8B
    • Lifeline for home health nurses and their patients, 9/23/90, 1B
    • Simon, Bellsouth Cellular Corp's hand-held 'office', 9/20/94, 6B
  • Celtic-American Heritage Society
    • Ceili at Hal and Mal's, 1/13/94, 3E
  • CelticFest
    • At Ag Museum, 9/2/93, 7E; 9/11/94, 1B
  • Celutel Inc SEE Century Telephone Enterprises
  • Cemeteries, Charleston
    • Tree cutters damage Ross Cemetery, 8/14/91, 1B; 8/16/91, 1B; 11/17/91, 1B
  • Cemeteries, Hinds County
    • Byram residents want facility in southern Hinds County, 5/30/92, 5B
    • Pauper cemeteries get funding, 4/6/91, 5B
    • Paupers' Cementery gets facelift, 9/23/89, 5B
    • Residents recall paupers' cemeteries, 4/30/91, 5B
  • Cemeteries, Jackson
    • Greenwood Cemetery home to governors, soldiers, slaves..., 12/16/90, 1E
    • UMC Gravestones' origin a mystery, 1/23/90, 1B
  • Cemeteries, Leland
    • Ware sues farmers, saying they destroyed family graves, 7/18/93, 1A
  • Cemeteries, Mississippi
    • Law protecting gravesites hard to enforce, 7/18/93, 1E
    • Preservation (Rodney and Holly Springs), 8/31/86, 1E
  • Cemeteries, Panola County
    • Reward for leads in tombstone vandalism, 10/4/90, 1B
  • Cemeteries, Pocahontas
    • Mobile home illegally placed too near graves, 9/7/91, 5B; 10/15/91, 5B
  • Cemeteries, Port Gibson
    • Amateur archaeologists Freeman and Rucker salvage tombstones, 7/25/90, 1D
  • Censorship
    • Is removing books from schools censorship?
      • Letters to the editor, 9/18/94, 2G
    • Picayune couple wants 'Of Mice and Men' banned from schools, 2/21/91, 3B
  • Census
    • 1990
      • Asian population growing in state, 3/3/91, 1B
      • Bureau has made inroads in allaying fears of census, 4/8/90, 1A
      • Bureau training people to use 1990 data, 6/11/90, 3B
      • Bureau will ask details about family, income, age, race, 9/10/89, 1A
      • Census Bureau officials seek help in promoting census, 9/15/89, 6B
      • Census Bureau survey to test census accuracy, 9/2/90, 16A
      • Census workers, 2/18/90, 1A
  • CENSUS
    • 1990
      • CITY AND COUNTY FIGURES FOR MISSISSIPPI, 9/2/90, 16A
  • Census
    • 1990
      • City, county officials learn how to challenge census figures, 9/5/90, 4B
      • Countdown begins as enumerators hand-deliver forms, 3/5/90, 1A
      • Counting houseboat residents on Reservoir, 5/6/90, 1B
      • Data shows housing in America still segregated, 11/11/91, 1A
      • Data will define state's and precinct's power, 4/9/90, 1B
      • Deadline for challenges is extended, 9/15/90, 1B
      • Delta's population loss translates into less federal dollars, 9/2/90, 1A
      • Democrats doubt state will lose congressman, 9/23/90, 1A
      • Enumerators motivated to count a lot of people, 5/7/90, 1B
  • CENSUS
    • 1990
      • FINAL CITY AND COUNTY FIGURES, 1/27/91, 13A
      • FINAL STATE COUNT: 2,573,216; (2.1% GROWTH), 1/24/91, 1A
  • Census
    • 1990
      • Final state figures (chart), 12/27/90, 11A
      • Half Jackson area's forms not returned, 4/17/90, 1B
      • Jackson preliminary population figures: 191,761. down 5.5%, 8/21/90, 1A
      • Jackson: black population expanding, 11/22/92, 13A
      • Legislative Black Caucus endorses challenge to count, 9/7/90, 3B
      • Legislators review data prior to redistricting, 1/28/91, 3B
      • Mabus to challenge state census figures, 8/31/90, 1A; 9/1/90, 1A; 9/7/90, 1A
      • Many Mississippians still slack about census, 5/2/90, 1B
      • Memphis, like Jackson, is majority black, 2/24/91, 1H
      • Mississippi mayors prepare to tell 'horror stories' to Congress, 9/23/90; 9/26/90, 1A
  • CENSUS
    • 1990
      • MISSISSIPPI WILL KEEP ITS 5 REPRESENTATIVES, 12/27/90, 1A
  • Census
    • 1990
      • Mississippi's 2nd district will have to be redrawn, 8/31/90, 3A
      • Mississippi's population is up, but less rural, 1/27/91, 1A
      • Molpus says state won't lose congressional seat, 4/20/91, 3B
      • More than half of cities in state lodge protests, 9/12/90, 1A
      • Now comes the hard part: counting no-shows, 4/9/90, 1A
      • Number of blacks increasing in state, census shows, 2/1/91, 1A
      • Over 100 city housing units not on census maps, 9/11/90, 2B
      • Parchman prisoners were not counted, 12/23/90, 2B
      • Phase 2; finding unreturned forms, 5/4/90, 1B
      • Phone bank set up to find missing Jacksonians, 9/8/90, 5B
      • Population gain to boost South's clout, 1/1/90, 1B
  • CENSUS
    • 1990
      • POPULATION SHIFTS CHANGE RACIAL MAKEUP OF JACKSON'S TRI-COUNTY AREA, 10/27/91, 1A, 12A
  • Census
    • 1990
      • Preliminary tally of 2,534,814 claimed to be undercount, 8/18/90, 1B
      • Raymond's forms were lost in mail, 4/10/90, 1A
      • Recount gives Jackson new figure--206,000, 6/14/91, 1A
      • Returns show state can be counted on, 3/30/90, 1A
      • Shows Mississippians have more education than decade ago, 7/6/92, 1A
      • State close to losing congressman, early figures show, 8/30/90, 1A; 8/31/90, 3A
      • State figures finalized; will keep five Congressional seats, 7/16/91, 1A
      • Statistics on a typical Mississippi household, 7/7/91, 1A
      • Temporary jobs offered for 1990 census, 1/6/89, 1B
      • Tenneys are Mississippi's typical household, 7/7/91, 1A
      • Two Mississippi cities: Madison and Morgan City, 2/3/91, 1A
      • Undercount and estimates may mean more funds for Mississippi, 6/4/90, 4B
      • Workers go to malls targeting shoppers, 6/7/90, 1B
      • Workers in Jackson comb streets for homeless, 3/20/90, 1A; 3/21/90, 1A
      • Workers making sure every head counted, 7/10/90, 1B
      • Workers return to homes for rounds 2 and 3, 6/1/90, 1B
    • 1990 SEE ALSO Population, Mississippi
    • 1990 SEE ALSO Redistricting
  • Centec Corp
    • Doubles its size with purchase of Jostens line, 5/10/94, 6B
  • Centenarians
    • Gather in Jackson, share secrets of longevity, 7/20/90, 3B
    • Mama Sarah Gray celebrates 100th birthday, 7/8/90, 1B
    • Mississippians over 100 are honored in Jackson, 7/30/92, 1B
    • State honors, 6/13/87, 1A
  • Center for Marine Sciences SEE University of Southern Mississippi
    • Center for...
  • Center for Quality and Productivity
    • Community colleges, 9/27/94, 6B
  • Center for Southern Folklore
    • Exhibit: Making Waves: Salute to WDIA's Radio Personalities, 2/6/92, 3E
  • Center for the Development of Wireless Communications
    • MTel facility at Ole Miss, 3/17/92, 6B
  • Center for the Study of Southern Culture
    • "Rejoice," 2/27/88, 1C
    • Graduate program in Southern studies, 5/29/94, 1G
    • Houses history of blues, much more, 8/25/91, 2B
    • Picturing Home: Family Movies as Local History, 8/7/94, 1F
    • Seeking photograph, 7/3/88, 1B
    • Southern Culture Catalog, 8/24/94, 1B (McKenzie column)
    • Southern Media Archive
      • Emma Lytle's films, 12/11/94, 1B
  • Center Stage School of Performing Arts
    • Sharron Benefield, owner
      • Business profile, 7/23/90, 10E
  • CENTRA
    • Executive blames problems on bad information from Blue Cross, 11/19/94, 1B
    • Probe is ordered, 11/11/94, 1A; 12/15/94, 1B
    • State employees' provider
      • Claims delays to be addressed, 11/1/94, 6B; 11/2/94, 5B
  • Central American-Southern States Partnership
    • Trade group in Jackson, 11/19/92, 5B; 11/20/92, 5B
  • Central Data Processing Authority
    • Director Ruffin resigns, 2/13/94, 3B
    • PEER report, 11/30/89, 2B
  • Central Elementary School
    • Gulfport
      • School-theater ticket exchange, 11/27/90, 4B
      • Students walk to raise money for Russian trip, 6/1/90, 4B
  • Central High School
    • Jackson
      • Alumni want lobby display of memoribilia, 3/30/93, 1D
  • Central Jackson Storehouse Ministries
    • Food pantry and clothing outlet, 3/17/90, 1D
    • Moves to new location on Minerva Street, 8/11/90, 1D
    • Seeks public help for expansion, 2/9/91, 1D
  • Central Life Insurance Co
    • Jackson-based company seized by regulators, 3/28/92, 5B
  • Central Mississippi Contact
    • Contact's Collectible Christmas fundraiser, 11/17/91, 1E
    • Counsels during stressful holiday season, 11/17/91, 1E
  • Central Mississippi Correctional Facility
    • Adult education offered to inmates, 8/19/90, 1B
    • Auditor urges management by private firm, 11/15/89, 1B
    • Baseball, 5/24/87, 1B
    • Captives for Christ ministry, 9/16/89, 1D
    • Chaplain Wendy Hatcher, 8/29/92, 1D
    • Charges of sexual misconduct, 4/4/90, 1A
    • Church backs prison chapel effort, 7/23/88, 1D
    • Construction ahead of schedule, 12/1/86, 1B
    • Cooke gets pay cut, not raise, 2/15/90, 1A; 2/16/90, 1A
    • Cooke is transferred, 10/23/89, 1A; 10/25/89, 4B
    • County officials want its name changed, 6/23/90, 1B
    • Ex-guards in sex scandal keep clean records, 5/2/90, 1B
    • Ex-guards must pay inmate they hit $2000, 10/20/92, 2B
    • Female work-release program, 5/8/91, 1D
    • Get 3rd director in 7 months--Lake Lindsay, 5/2/90, 4B
    • Guard stabbed in eye during fight, 10/13/93, 4B
    • Guard's sexual liasons with prisoners, 12/8/90, 1B
    • Guards and inmates had sex, officials say, 4/20/90, 1A
    • Guards refuse to report to work, 9/7/89, 1A
    • Inmate maintaining alarms and locks, 9/6/89, 1A
    • Inmates go 1st class with GEDs, 8/1/88, 1A
    • Inmates hide guns for deer hunt, 11/25/88, A
    • Inmates moved, 12/8/89, 1A; 12/12/89, 1B
    • JA student threatened before search, 10/21/89, 1A
    • JA students searched during tour, 10/13/89, 1A
    • Lawsuit says inmates exposed to AIDS, 3/31/91, 2B
    • Legislators want prison chief replaced, 9/7/89, 1A
    • Name change, 7/11/90, 1A
    • New name for Rankin County...Facility, 7/11/90, 1A
    • Officers disciplined, 2/26/88, 1B
    • Prison ministry restricted to prison, 9/7/89, 2B
    • Rankin County wants inmates as labor source, 8/17/93, 4B
    • Reform advocate worries about mix of inmates, 12/13/89, 2B
    • Sorrell's death ruled suicide, 10/1/92, 4B
    • Staff transferred after gun incident, 1/26/88, 3B
    • Woman jams her car into building, 7/8/92, 4B
    • Women get living center outside prison, 6/24/91, 1B
    • Women prisoners get hand, 6/23/88, 1C
  • Central Mississippi Dulcimer Association
    • Festival in Jackson, 9/8/94, 6E; 9/9/93, 3E
  • Central Mississippi Health Care
    • Offers employees 'wellness' program, 9/22/91, 1C
  • Central Mississippi Library System
    • Rankin supervisors OK contract, 7/8/86, 3B
    • Reservoir library running out of room, 6/29/89, 2B
  • Central Mississippi Narcotics Task Force
    • Director Ed Word is indicted, 9/20/94, 1B
    • Probe of panel continues, 5/21/94, 1B
  • Central Mississippi Planning & Development District
    • Community service groups honored, 5/27/93, 4B
    • Home meals program funds tied up, 6/9/92, 5B
  • Central Mississippi Regional Library System
    • Sandhill library construction, 1/3/90, 3B; 7/2/90, 1B
  • Central Presbyterian Church
    • Church to disband, 5/27/93, 1A; 5/31/93, 1A; 7/17/93, 1D
    • Considers closing its doors, 5/8/93, 1D
    • Jackson church celebrates 95th anniversary, 10/28/89, 1D
    • More than 100 members have joined Briarwood Presbyterian, 7/2/94, 1D
    • West Jackson Church houses Community service agencies, 9/17/88, 1C
  • Central Savings Bank
    • Jackson
      • Bank of Forest buys deposits, 9/29/90, 6B
  • Central School Supply, 4/3/86, 8B
  • Central Security Life Insurance Co
    • SEE Andrew Jackson Insurance Cos
  • Central Southwest Management Authority
    • Jackson/Hinds County solid waste body, 11/27/92, 3B
  • Central Video Systems
    • Wins military contract, 10/16/86, 8B
  • Centre Deli
    • Charles and Vivian Haddad, mom and pop, 1/23/91, 1E
    • Charles and Vivian Haddad, owners
      • How's business?, 9/23/92, 5B
    • Restaurant review, 3/31/94, 4E; 4/3/88, 1F
  • Century Telephone Enterprises
    • Monroe firm acquires Coast system Celutel, 2/13/93, 5B; 4/22/93, 5B
  • CEOs SEE Executives
  • Cerami, Fred
    • Restauranteur and magicians host Christmas dinner for children, 12/21/89, 5B
  • Ceres Plantation
    • Bed & Breakfast at Flowers, Mississippi, 6/17/93, 3E
    • Port commission to buy, 10/3/86, 8B
    • Unique industrial developemnt site, 2/19/89, 1G
  • Ceres Research and Industrial Interplex
    • High-tech complex in Vicksburg plantation, 1/30/89; 3B
  • Certificate of need
    • State medical care policy: profit vs. need, 10/10/91, 3B
  • Certified Public Accountant
    • New breed, 1K; 9/6/87
  • Chabert, Lacey
    • Purvis native in 'Les Miserables' on Broadway, 3/8/92, 1F
  • Chadwick Drive SEE Roads and streets, Jackson
  • Challenge Bowl SEE Jackson State University
  • Challenger disaster
    • Jackson pays tribute, 1A; 1A: 1/30/86; 1/29/86
  • Challenger Electrical Equipment Corp, 4/2/88; 8B
  • Challenger League
    • Baseball league for special-need kids, 5/27/94, 1E; 8/6/91, 1D
    • Ridgeland program for disabled children, 7/31/92, 1E
  • Challenges
    • Major challenges: 3 who met them and triumphed, 10/4/92, 1E
  • Chamber of Commerce SEE Jackson Chamber of Commerce
  • Chamber of Commerce SEE Metro Jackson Chamber of Commerce
  • Chamberlain-Hunt Academy
    • Boosting curriculum, relaxing rules to stay alive, 11/11/90, 1B
    • Changing with the times keeps it open, 3/6/94, 1A
    • Financial crisis, 2B; 4/8/88
    • Financial problems, 1C; 8/31/85
  • Chambers, Centelia
    • Turns 100, 10/26/90, 1A
  • Chambers, Floyd SEE Greater Sims Chapel
  • Chambers, Jim SEE Jail deaths---Film...
  • Chambers, Justin
    • Gaines claimed gun was his, officer says, 9/29/93, 3B
    • Gaines given 20-year term in Chambers slaying, 5/17/94, 5B
    • Youth Terrence Gaines charged in his death, 9/10/93, 1B
    • Youth, 13, shot outside south Jackson skating rink, 9/6/93, 1A; 9/7/93, 1A
  • Chamblee, LaMar
    • Gets $10,000 raise to be equal with other department heads, 12/28/89, 1B
    • Resigning to become full-time Methodist minister, 4/5/91, 1B
  • Chambless, Milton
    • Man who shot girlfriend and himself at Ellis Isle dies, 10/5/90, 1B
  • Chambliss, Alvin
    • Ayers lawyer's style is 'intestinal fortitude', 6/5/94, 1B
  • Chambliss, Alvin SEE ALSO Ayers suit
  • Chambliss, Edrena
    • Woman caught hiding cocaine under her house, 4/6/92, 2B
  • Chameleon clothes
    • Change color according to wearer's body temperature, 9/3/91, 1D
  • Champion Hill battle SEE Battle of Champion Hill
  • Champion Insurance Co
    • Officials may be cited for contempt, 6/24/89, 3B
  • Champion, Kathy SEE Murder---Madison County
  • Chancery clerks, Mississippi
    • Bill would cap their salaries, 2/5/93, 1A; 3/10/93, 1B; 3/31/93, 1B
    • Closer regulation of fee-paid officials needed, 9/8/93, 1A; 9/9/93, 1A
    • Highest paid, 4/16/94, 1A
    • House bill puts limit on salary, 3/14/92, 1A; 3/18/92, 3B
    • Legislators want to put limit on salaries, 9/12/89, 3B
    • Mabus given polite applause at Jackson meeting, 5/2/91, 3B
    • Outearning governor, 1B; 4/16/88
    • Retirement pensions make difficulties for state system, 5/1/93, 4B
    • Salaries, 3B; 5/16/87
      • Some out-earn Mabus 2-to-1, 4/17/90, 1A
    • Study says fee system susceptible to abuse, 8/15/91, 1A
  • Chancery Court
    • 1st District
      • James L. Roberts Jr. appointed, 1B; 1/6/88
  • Chandler, Angela SEE Child custody, Hinds County
  • Chandler, Brian SEE Child custody, Hinds County
  • Chandler, Gary
    • Mail carrier, 10/7/86, 1A
  • Chaney Institute
    • Opens in Laurel; honors James Chaney, 3/19/94, 1B
  • Chaney, James
    • Slain civil rights worker's headstone vandalized, 3/6/92, 1B
  • Changes SEE Life changes
  • Channel One
    • Corporate-sponsored classrooms, 7/19/92, 1G
    • Jackson schools will be tuned into news channel, 12/18/89, 1A
    • Teens tune in, 3/6/90, 1A
    • Television news program broadcast in Coahoma County schools, 11/20/89, 1A
    • To be aired in Oxford area, 2/23/90, 4B
    • Used by Mississippi teachers in lieu of updated textbooks, 9/24/91, 4B
    • With second semester, debate continues, 7/16/90, 1B
  • Channel One SEE ALSO Fibernet 2000
  • Channel One SEE ALSO Television
  • Chant: The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos
    • Unlikely pop music hit, 4/25/94, 1D
  • Chapel of the Cross
    • Day in the Country festival, 9/29/94, 12E; 9/30/89, 1D; 9/30/93, 9E; 10/1/92, *e; 10/2/94, 3B; 10/3/93, 1B; 10/4/90, 3E; 10/5/89, 12F
  • Chapman, Steven Curtis
    • At Mississippi Coliseum, 12/1/94, 9E
  • Chappell, Ronnie
    • Awarded $1 in damages in lawsuit with WAPT, 12/16/94, 1B
    • Hinds County supervisor resigns seat on tri-county board, 3/7/92, 4B
    • Must run as Republican in Hinds supervisor race, 8/22/91, 4B; 11/9/91, 5B
    • Sues WAPT-TV over alledged call to Lingerie Shop, 9/2/92, 4B
  • Chappy's
    • Long Beach
      • Restaurant review, 10/4/90, 4E
  • Chapter 1 Program
    • After 25 years, reading/math remedial program gets new rules, 12/11/90, 4B
    • Needs rewriting; too much emphasis on low-level skills, 12/21/92, 1B
  • Charboneau, Regina Trosclair
    • Runs popular San Francisco restaurant, 1/29/92, 1E
  • Charbonneau, Paul
    • Hattiesburg dentist and family set sail around the world, 12/22/91, 7B
  • Charities
    • AG staffer Tammy Harthcock warns of scams, 6/25/92, 2B
    • Cancer Society in favor of charity regulation, 1/26/91, 1B
    • Legislative bill compeling registration of charities, 1/14/91, 1A; 2/8/91, 4B
    • Mississippi College students raise money, 12/28/87, 1B
    • Mississippi one of several states scrutinizing charity sweepstakes, 1B; 1/28/89
    • New law requires registration of charities, 7/9/91, 3B
    • Registration bill OK'd; goes to Mabus, 4/3/91, 3B
    • Smart givers should judge worthiness of agencies, 9/6/92, 2G
  • Charity hospitals, 2/21/87, 3B
    • 1300 phone calls on advice after hospitals closures, 7/24/89, 3B
    • 250 protest plan to close 3 charity hospitals, 1A; 1/19/89
    • Allain joins backers at rally for charity hospitals, 3/12/89, 1A
    • Backers of charity hospitals say closing won't help Medicaid, 11/22/88, 4B
    • Backers plan rally to protest closures, 1A; 1/18/89
    • Board seeks closure comments, 12/31/88, 3B
    • Charity hospitals resurface; Mabus veto expected, 3/19/89, 5B
    • Chief: Poor need charity hospitals, 12/18/88, 1B
    • Closure sends women inmates back to prison, 4/10/89, 1A
    • Coalition out to save hospitals, 3/13/89, 1B
    • Committee votes against hospital closings, 1B; 1/20/89
    • Despite fund loss, backers vow fight, 3/10/89, 1A
    • Doctor loses effort to keep Laurel hospital open, 6/29/89, 1A
    • Emergency rooms, 2/21/87, 1B
    • Equipment now rests in Jackson warehouse, 2/25/90, 2B
    • Expand medicaid first, says hospitals backer, 1B; 1/27/89
    • Foes of closing charity hospitals lobby legislators, 1B; 1/4/89
    • Foes of closure lobby legislators, 1B; 1/4/89
    • Full Senate to get charity hospital bill, 1A; 1/31/89
    • Full Senate to get hospitals bill, 1A; 1/31/89
    • Governor's Service Line answering calls, 6//30/89, 1A
    • Hospital closure plan advances in committee, 12/2/88, 1B
    • Hospital closure plans taking shape, 3/22/89, 3G
    • House committee votes to cancel funding, 3/12/89, 5B
    • House OKs funding for another year, 3/16/89, 1A
    • House OKs hospitals' funds for another year, 3/16/89, 1A
    • House oks plan to close
      • 2/12/89, 4B
    • House votes to close
      • 2/9/89, 1A
    • House votes to give charity hospitals another look, 3/15/89, 1A
    • Laurel man sues Board, Mabus over closure, 3/29/89, 1A
    • Laurel man sues board, state, Mabus over hospital closings, 3/29/89, 1A
    • Laurel will try to gain title to South Mississippi State Hospital, 6/22/89, 5B
    • Lawmakers: Revive funds for hospitals, 3/14/89, 1B
    • Lawsuit seeks to change Hospital Board rule, 1/1/88, 1B
    • Legislative session may help hospitals' backers, 3/11/89, 1B
    • Legislators back at work to give supporters a chance, 3/12/89, 3B
  • Charity Hospitals
    • Legislators kill funding for hospitals, 3/9/89, 1A
  • Charity hospitals
    • Mabus to act this week on hospitals, 3/21/89, 1B
    • Mabus tries to ease closing, 1A; 1/26/89
    • Mabus unveils 7-point plan to close hospitals, 3/24/89, 1A
    • Mabus vetoes funds; hospitals to close, 3/22/89, 1A
    • Mabus' veto lays hospitals to rest, 3/26/89, 3B
  • Charity Hospitals
    • Many fear being shut out of medical care if hospitals close, 3/22/89, 1G
  • Charity hospitals
    • Mismanagement at Finance Department lead to pillage, 11/14/90, 1B
    • New Orleans firm may run Laurel hospital, 7/9/89, 2B
    • Object to closing plan, 10/29/88, 1A
    • Other Laurel area hospitals to help when its charity hospital closes, 6/20/89, 5B
    • Panel votes 7-6 to close, 1A; 1/24/89
    • PEER report says agency mishandled security contract, 5/23/90, 1A
    • Phasing out is on schedule, 5/1/89, 1B
    • Preparing for 'Operation Shutdown', 6/4/89, 1A, 19A; 6/16/89, 3b
    • Protesters rally; ask Mabus not to shut hospitals, 12/11/88, 1A
    • Public Health Service doctors not expected for months, 6/30/89, 3B; 8/13/89, 1A
    • Public hearing to discuss Meridian charity hospital, 12/4/88, 7B
    • Senate committee OKs bill to close charity hospitals, 2/21/89, 3B
    • Senate committee oks plan to close, 1A; 1/27/89
    • Senate delays vote on closure, 2/10/89, 3B
    • Senate panel sides with Mabus; says close hospitals, 11/24/88, 2B
    • Senate panel to vote again om hospitals, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Senate votes on charity hospitals, 2/23/89, 1B
    • Senate votes to keep state's 3 charity hospitals open, 2/24/89, 1A
    • Senate won't reconsider vote to save 3 hospitals, 2/25/89, 1B
    • State Capitol protest march planned, 11/18/88, 1A
    • State worker faces stolen property charges, 4/12/90, 1B
    • Suffer due to closure talk, 2/19/89, 1B
    • Supporters demonstrate at mansion, 3/26/89, 1B
    • To close today, 6/30/89, 1A
    • U.S. Civil Rights office surveying Meridian care since closing, 5/2/90, 5B
    • Veto of funds may haunt Mabus, 3/22/89, 1G
  • CHARITY HOSPITALS
    • YEAR AFTER CLOSURE (Special reports), 6/24/90, 1A+
  • Charity Hospitals SEE ALSO Hospitals
  • Charleigh Shoes
    • Martha Terpstra and Charlotte McNeel, owners, 5/5/92, 6B
  • Charles Schwab & Co SEE Schwab & Co
  • Charles, David
    • Grand Gulf auditor had ties to Public Service Commission, 4/16/89, 1A; 12/11/89, 1A
  • Charles, Ray
    • Performs in Tupelo, 6/16/94, 3F
    • To be at Jubilee Jam, 2/27/90, 1D
    • Wows crowd at Jubilee Jam, 5/18/90, 1A
  • Charleston, Mississippi
    • School superintendent embezzlement case, 9/4/88, 3B
  • Charlie's Used Parts
    • Neighbors want west Jackson junkyard cleaned up, 3/13/93, 1B
  • Charter Food Store SEE Convenience stores---Jackson
  • Charter Savings Bank
    • Hattiesburg
      • Sold by RTC to Magnolia Federal, 7/27/91, 6B
  • Chase, Elliot
    • Hattiesburg writer, 7/20/86, 1E
  • Chase, Timothy
    • Oil broker charts oil prices on New York exchange, 9/9/90, 1G
  • Chason, Mozelle SEE Ray, Dena Davis
  • Chastain Middle School
    • 7th-grader waves loaded pistol in classroom, 10/15/93, 1A, 1B; 11/9/93, 5B
    • Absenteeism high after pistol incident, 10/16/93, 1B
    • Parents want schools to get tough about guns, 10/19/93, 1B
  • Chastain, James G SEE Whitfield State Hospital
  • Chastain, Timothy SEE Cumberland, Billy
  • Chatawa, Mississippi
    • St. Mary of the Pine, 4/1/89, 1C
  • Chatham, Dwayne
    • His mother claims Harrison County deputies broke his neck, 11/4/93, 3B
  • Chatmon, Thomas SEE Crack cocaine, Jackson---Arrest of 4...
  • Chautauqua garden SEE Crystal Springs...
  • Chavis, Ben SEE NAACP, Mississippi
  • Chavis, James
    • Columbus man charged with having stolen military items, 4/12/91, 3B
  • Cheap thrills
    • Fun things to do taking few funds, 8/1/91, 6E
  • Check, Austin Dan
    • Meridian banker sues Eastover Bank for $28.6M, 5/14/91, 6B
  • Check-cashing Companies
    • New businesses seek profit from checks, 7/20/88, 8B
  • Checkers
    • Checker tournament, 8/19/87, 3B
    • Petal Middle School students play in Soviet Union, 2/27/90, 4B
    • Tournament
      • Retire math professor wins world championship, 6/15/89, 5B
    • Tournament in Jackson, 7/9/87, 1B; 8/19/87, 3B
    • Tournament in Petal, 5/22/87, 1D; 5/26/87, 1A; 6/1/87, 3B
    • Tournament opens in Petal, 7/11/89, 5B
  • Checking accounts
    • Balancing your checkbook, 11/4/91, 4B
    • Jackson Banks, 4/5/87, 1G
    • Never give your account number to telephone callers, 8/19/91, 4B
    • What happens to a check after it is written, 12/17/89, 1G
  • Checks
    • Bounce & Bust: DA's to collect bad checks, 6/28/88, 1A
    • Columbia grocer helps nab bad-check suspect with 27 aliases, 3/2/94, 1B
    • Couple charged in multi-state stolen check case, 5/29/89, 1B
    • Judge throws out charges against Debra Swinnen, 6/13/92, 3B
    • Revised bad check law does not impress business community, 8/15/92, 2B
    • Stores using racial ID to fight bad checks, 5/11/91, 1C
  • Cheerleaders, Brandon
    • Parents to fight suspension, 12/5/84, 1A; 12/15/84, 1A
  • Cheerleaders, Clinton
    • Squad has too few blacks, parents say, 8/10/89, 5B
  • Cheerleaders, Florence
    • High schoolers to perform at Sugar Bowl, 1992, 11/22/91, 1E
  • Cheerleaders, Jackson
    • 32 will march in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 11/24/93, 1D
  • Cheerleaders, Mississippi
    • Many leaders were college cheerleaders
      • Lott, Cochran, etc., 4/22/94, 1A
    • More athletic with emphasis on gymnastics, 10/9/92, 1E
    • Not funded like athletes, 7/23/91, 4B
  • Cheerleaders, Mississippi College
    • Win Division II national championship, 6/1/93, 1B
  • Cheers (TV show)
    • Mississippians bid farewell, 5/20/93, 1D; 5/21/93, 1A
  • Cheetah
    • Cub is born at Jackson zoo, 11/10/90, 1B
  • Chefs
    • What do they eat away from the restaurant?, 9/16/94, 1E
  • Chemical fire
    • Booneville, 5/15/86, 3B
  • Chemical fire, Brandon
    • Toxic sulphur fire leaves no environmental damage, 12/18/89, 1B
  • Chemical leak
    • Moss Point
      • Morton International leak is plugged, people return home, 6/9/90, 1A
  • Chemical plant explosion
    • Pascagoula, 6/16/86, 1A; 6/17/86, 1B
  • Chemical spill, Laurel
    • Leak causes evacuation of 50, 11/13/94, 4B
  • Chemical spill, Natchez
    • Crews clean up styrene in Mississippi River, 9/9/88, 1A
    • Mississippi River opens after spill, 9/10/88, 1B
    • Styrene spill cleaned up, 9/11/88, 4B
  • Chemical spill, Ocean Springs SEE Hazardous waste, Ocean Springs
  • Chemical spill, Toomsuba
    • Collision of 2 18-wheelers closes I-20, 9/19/94, 2B
  • Chemical warfare SEE Camp Shelby
  • Chemical Waste Management Inc
    • Alabama can take all of Mississippi's hazardous waste, 10/2/92, 1A
    • Lawmakers hear its plan to transport waste to Alabama, 11/10/92, 6B
    • Lobbying expenses against USPCI were not reported, 4/24/94, 2B
  • Chemicals
    • Multiple-chemical sensitivity suffered by King family of Brandon, 11/26/90, 1A
    • Removed from drug lab house in Gulfport
      • 2/8/89, 1B
  • Cheney, Dick
    • Defense secretary speaks at ship dedication in Pascagoula, 3/17/91, 1A
    • To speak at Meridian luncheon honoring Sonny Montgomery, 10/24/91, 3B
  • Chepko, Milan
    • Admits receiving child porn in mail, 3/20/90, 3B
    • Charged by federal grand jury, 10/19/89, 1B; 10/20/89, 3B
    • Doctor freed on bond, cannot practice, 10/27/89, 1B
    • Doctor given prison term; admits mailing lewd videos, 11/10/90, 1B
    • Faces charges of sexually exploiting children, 9/30/89, 1B; 10/3/89, 1B; 10/26/89, 2B
    • Indicted by Missouri jury in child porn case, 4/20/90, 3B
    • Pleads guilty to mailing child pornography tapes, 9/5/90, 1B
    • Scam returns doctor to prison, 8/21/93, 4B
    • Takes poison in Atlanta; apparent suicide attempt, 8/30/90, 1B
  • Cherokee Inn
    • Bar owners band together after holdups, 8/4/94, 1B
    • Good food, good friends
      • How's business?, 8/11/92, 6B
  • Cherry tree
    • To be planted at Chastain School on Washington's birthday, 2/21/90, 3B
  • Cherry, Henry Clay
    • Benoit, 4/11/87, 1C
  • Cherry, Joseph SEE KLLM Transport Services
  • Cherry, Terry
    • Lighthearted paintings in show at Brown's Fine Arts, 7/22/90, 1F
  • Cherry, Terry and Kate
    • Husband and wife collaborate on mixed-media paintings, 12/12/94, 1D
  • Chesney, Amy
    • English teacher at Jackson Prep, 3/9/90, 4B
  • Chess
    • Chess champ/student John Miller uses game to boost career hopes, 4/13/90, 4B
    • County champions share state, regional spotlight, 8/15/88, 1B
    • Mississippi Scholastic Chess Championship, 3/8/94, 1D
    • State championship (Arthur Johnson), 8/19/85, 1A
    • Student chess meet attracts 120 youngsters, 3/20/94, 3B
  • Chesteen, Stacy
    • Wins $10,000 in MISS 103 lottery, 12/6/91, 4B
  • Chesterfield's
    • Hattiesburg
      • Restaurant review, 4/7/94, 4E
  • Chestnutt, Mark
    • In concert at Rapids on the Reservoir, 6/3/93, 9E
  • Chevron, USA Inc.
    • CEO Haley says going is rough for oil companies, 2/28/91, 6B
    • Pascagoula facility expands, 2/10/94, 5B; 11/30/94, 5B
    • Pascagoula refinery, 9/14/85, 1G
    • Pays for offshore drilling rights, 12/12/85, 8B
    • Plans to drill off Mississippi coast, executive says, 2/20/91, 6B
    • Searching for natural gas in Mississippi Sound, 5/23/89, 8B
  • Chi Omega Sorority
    • Deaths
      • Grand jury probe possibility, 4/2/87, 1A
    • Members killed, 3/27/88, 1A
    • Services held for women killed year ago, 3/27/88, 1A
    • Sorority to continue charity work, 4/3/87, 1B
  • Chick, Jim
    • Former Dawnbuster linked to payola plan, 1/11/90, 1A
  • Chickamauga SEE Battle of Chickamauga
  • Chickasaw County
    • Purchase of defunct academy is probed, 12/11/89, 3B
  • Chickasaw County Chancery Clerk
    • Must reply to removal suit, 7/10/90, 3B
  • Chicken kicking party
    • Ripley, 9/6/87, 3B; 9/8/87, 1B
  • Chickens
    • Dozing driver strews 4100 chickens across highway, 1/3/91, 1B
    • Four-legged chicken
      • Don't count legs til hatched, 6/12/88, 1A
    • High-tech broiler-raising complex near Morton, 7/22/90, 1G
    • Man illegally sells 805 cases of breasts from back of truck, 12/5/90, 1B
    • Mississippi's no.1 cash crop, 11/27/86, 8B
    • National chicken cooking contest
      • Winner's recipe, 5/21/87, 8B
    • State firms sell 7060 tons of chicken parts to Russia, 12/19/91, 5B
  • Chickens SEE ALSO Poultry industry
  • Chickens SEE ALSO Poultry; SEE ALSO Jackson Zoo
  • Chico-San factory
    • Heinz subsidiary is closed in Metcalf, 5/16/91, 6B
  • Chief Shades
    • Newest sunglasses offered by Al Underwood, 4/28/94, 1D
  • Chigbo, Ignatius
    • Nigerian pleads guilty to federal drug charges, 3/14/92, 3B; 11/15/91, 4B
  • Child abuse SEE ALSO Sexually abused children
  • Child Abuse Awareness Week
    • At Hinds Community College, 4/4/93, 3B
  • Child abuse, Choctaw County
    • Mother sues over daughter's molestation, 2/8/89, 1D
  • Child abuse, Clinton
    • Teenager Cindy Lewis charged in death of her newborn, 8/17/94, 3B
  • Child abuse, Columbia
    • Fair raises funds for prevention, 8/27/88, 3B
  • Child abuse, Edwards
    • Man found guilty of abusing son in 1984, 2/9/90, 1B
  • Child abuse, Greenville
    • Teacher pleads no contest, 1B; 1/20/89
  • Child abuse, Gulf Coast
    • Gulf Coast Women's Center, 4/6/89, 1C
  • Child abuse, Gulfport
    • Woman accused of feeding crushed glass to baby, 10/4/89, 1B
  • Child abuse, Hinds County
    • Child sexual abuse team, 4/13/87, 1B
    • Court Appointed Special Advocate program (CASA), 9/4/90, 1B
    • Judge tells welfare workers to share data with police, 3/24/94, 1A
  • Child abuse, Jackson
    • 4 children home alone in Rebelwood Apartments, 11/30/94, 1A; 12/1/94, 5B
    • Anti-abuse group forms in memory of slain child, 11/29/88, 1B
    • Autopsy done on Augustus Nelson III, 10/22/91, 5B; 10/23/91, 1A; 10/24/91, 1A
    • Baby burned, sexually abused, 10/17/89, 5B; 10/18/89, 1B; 10/19/89, 5B
    • Carolyn Ghavam, teacher, charged with sexual battery, 2/11/89, 1B
    • Catholic Girl Scouts learn about abuse, 10/14/89, 1D
    • Death of Michelle Renee Smith, 6/6/87, 3B
    • Dr Chepko charged with sexual exploitation, 9/30/89, 1B; 10/3/89, 1B
    • Dr.Chepko charged by federal grand jury, 10/19/89, 1B; 10/20/89, 3B
    • Emergency shelters solve problems for short time, 1/8/90, 1A
    • Exchange Club parent/child center, 2/16/87, 1B
    • Exchange Club Parent/Child Center aims to prevent child abuse, 11/30/88, 1C
    • Gallion killed by his 15-year-old mother; injuries multiple, 3/27/91, 1B
    • Group kicks off effort for Child Advocacy Center, 10/13/89, 2B
    • Handling of abuse cases criticized, 11/18/88, 1A
    • Jackson police, Hinds County sheriff form new investigave unit, 2/4/92, 1A
    • Man set himself on fire, 4/9/87, 1B
    • Mother and boyfriend charged in death 2-year-old, 2/21/91, 1A; 4/5/91, 3B
    • Mother Borsue Gallion and boyfriend refused bond request by state, 4/18/91, 1B
    • Mother Donna Durr accused of starving son to death, 9/18/93, 5B
    • Mother sues school officials, 2/27/86, 1A
    • Mothers seek Federal intervention in cases, 3/22/88, 1B
    • Poverty, meanness blamed in deaths of 4 enfants in 1991, 11/5/91, 5B
    • Rita--one victory breaking the deadly cycle, 3/31/91, 1E
    • Schools sued for $4 Million in abuse case, 11/7/90, 5B
    • Scout leaders learn to spot child abuse, 11/7/88, 3B
    • United Way helps with food, shelter, 10/8/87, 1B
    • Voodoo involved, 10/17/89, 5B; 10/18/89, 1B; 10/19/89, 5B; 10/21/89, 5B
  • Child abuse, McComb
    • Couple's suicide attributed to abuse inquiry, 8/4/92, 1A
  • Child abuse, Mississippi, 3/30/86, 1H
    • After physical pain ends, mental torture must be treated, 4/8/90, 1E
    • Baby abandoned 8 years ago dies in Colorado, 11/10/89, 1B
    • Bill sets fine for failure to report, 1B; 1/9/89
    • Bill targets children's taped testimony, 3/10/86, 1B
    • Bill that would penalize people who do not report child abuse, 3/29/89, 2B
    • Called 'plague in Mississippi', 4/8/89, 1B
    • Child advocacy coalition marches in Jackson, 8/3/88, 3B
    • Clinic for sexually abused and abusers, 4/9/86, 1D
  • CHILD ABUSE, MISSISSIPPI
    • CRADLE TO GRAVE; DEATHS LEAVE TRAIL OF BLAME, 12/8/91, 1A+
  • Child abuse, Mississippi
    • Death causes state to seek cause, 5/27/87, 1B
    • Doll's use in, 5/4/87, 1B
    • False reports, 5/4/87, 1B
    • Fordice says cooperation is key to solving problem, 11/27/92, 1A
    • Greater awareness may have caused high abuse figures, 5/17/90, 5B
    • Groups argue for share of federal funds earmarked for day care, 2/24/90, 1B
    • Hathorn urges conference attendees to empathize, 4/12/91, 4B
    • House votes to toughen state law, 2/8/89, 1B
    • Houston case affects statute, 12/9/85, 1A
    • Judge Leggett rules state agencies must address needs, 7/3/92, 3B
    • Legislation-Committee okays custody bill, 3/10/88, 3B
    • Legislators support bills, 9/17/85, 1B; 9/19/85, 3B; 10/25/85, 1B
    • Marchers ired by custody cases, 8/7/88, 1A
    • Mississippi Freedom Summer, 8/3/88, 3B
    • Prevention is the key to the future, 4/8/90, 1E
    • School officials must report abuse, 1/22/88, 3B
    • State lawmaker seeks stronger child abuse laws, 12/16/88, 1A
    • State Supreme Court reverses sexual abuse conviction, 2/10/89, 1B
    • Statewide Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, 4/10/92, 1B; 4/18/87, 1B; 4/26/90, 1B; 4/26/94, 1D
    • Supreme Court said to be reversing many cases, 5/4/89, 1B
    • Team to protect abused children, 3/25/86, 1A
    • U.S. Supreme Court to study testimony by victims, 4/30/91, 1A
    • Welfare Board agrees to new division, 11/14/86, 1A
  • Child abuse, Pascagoula
    • Doctor says Usterria Fortenberry near death on admittance, 8/20/94, 3B
    • Lenghty abuse cited in death of Unsterria Fortenberry, 8/17/94, 3B
  • Child abuse, Pearl
    • Michael Williams convicted of child abuse, 1B; 1//21/89
    • Michael Williams trial for scalding child, 1A; 1/20/89
  • Child abuse, Rankin County
    • Settlement of school suit, 1/26/88, 1B
    • Task force helps victims, 10/24/88, 1B
  • Child abuse, Richland
    • Man Ronald Smith sentenced to 1 year, 11/18/92, 4B
    • Mother recants claim against Ronald Smith, 10/8/92, 4B; 10/9/92, 4B
  • Child abuse, Tate County
    • 4 children and a number of animals removed from farm, 2/12/94, 3B
  • Child abuse, Tremont
    • Home for neglected, abused boys, 7/25/92, 3B
  • Child abuse, Vicksburg
    • Baby killed by shaken baby syndrome, 8/10/92, 3B; 8/11/92, 2B
  • Child Advocacy Center
    • Large group efforts, 10/13/89, 2B
  • Child care centers
    • 14 treated after gas leak at Moss Point center, 12/13/94, 1A
    • 400 workers favor state-run day care, 7/12/88, 2B
    • Adult centers ease nursing home worries, 11/13/89, 1A
    • After-school day care centers in public schools may be illegal, 4/17/89, 1A
    • After-school programs facing licensure, 9/13/92, 1A
    • Alleged slapping incident at Ridgeland center, 7/12/92, 2B
    • Can often breed illness among children, 2/4/90, 1E
    • Car stolen, preschoolers left without transportation, 7/10/90, 5B; 7/13/90, 5B
    • Center workers give advice to parents, 7/6/93, 1D
    • Child care benefits boost employee productivity, 2/7/89, 1B
    • Clinton woman Mattie Durant appeals denial of permit, 5/24/91, 4B
    • Corporate day care, 5/14/87, 1C,2/14/88, 1G
    • Daycare in the nightime? Services are available, 5/5/91, 6E
    • Fire at Ditto-owned center suspected as arson, 6/29/90, 5B
    • In search of diversity, 5/10/94, 1D
    • Jackson centers warned of health violations, 7/14/89, 1A
    • Julie Mabus backs proposal for school day care, 3/5/88, 2B
    • Little Acorns center for federal employees in McCoy Building, 9/12/90, 1D
    • Mabus urges businesses to offer day care, 4/9/88, 1B
    • Mamaw Bishop Daycare closed after sex charge, 3/20/93, 1B
    • More parents seek subsidy as funds dwindle, 8/17/86, 1B
    • New state law on enrollment limits may force cutbacks, 10/4/90, 1A
    • Panel oks bill on residential child care, 1B; 1/25/89
    • Parents line up early to get children in good centers, 4/5/92, 1E
    • Pending child care proposal in legislature, 1B; 1/9/89
    • Raspberry: Child care issue growing, 2/6/89, 1B
    • Reach Out Foundation's center for disabled, 1/16/93, 1D
    • Reach Out Foundation's efforts for disabled children, 10/29/92, 1D
    • Sometimes start as home operations, 7/18/85, 1B
    • State to set safety rules for home day care centers, 9/21/89, 2B
    • Telecourses to train day care staff, 12/16/94, 1A
  • Child care centers SEE ALSO Child care
  • Child Care Information Network
    • First of its kind, 10/13/88, 1A
  • Child care, Jackson
    • Big headache for many parents over holidays, 12/28/94, 1B
    • Child care center coming to federal building, 12/1/88, 8B
    • Finding good care is no easy matter, 1/9/89, 1E
    • JSU program pays elderly women to learn about day care, 7/25/89, 5B
  • Child care, Mississippi, 1/3/87, 1A
    • Bill would give tax credits to businesses subsidizing day care, 12/28/94, 1B
    • Bill would require screening of residential care staff, 2/10/93, 3B
    • Bills in Legislature target schools to provide care, 2/22/94, 1A
    • Centers get new licensing rules, 1/3/87, 3B
    • Child care directory called a success, 11/9/88, 10B
    • Children's Defense Fund calls it inadequate, 1/9/90, 1B
    • Companies take 1st steps toward on-site care, 8/12/89, 3B
    • Could get $50 M: Act for Better Child Care, 9/4/88, 1G
    • Employment office:State-wide directory, 10/13/88, 1A
    • Federal funds unused by state, 2/8/93, 1B, 3B; 4/5/92, 1A; 6/8/92, 1B
    • Federal law would provide $47.9 Million to state, 10/6/89, 1A
    • Governor's Task Force on Child Care, 8/4/89, 1A
    • Licensure urged, 1/3/87, 1B
    • New staff-training regulation draws mixed response, 4/20/91, 3B
    • On-site child care: list of companies, 9/4/88, 2G
    • On-site hourly care: proposed rules, 11/23/93, 3B
    • Panel holds hearing on child care, 10/7/88, 3B
    • Panel OK, 1/3/87, 1B
    • Registration, 1/3/87, 1B
    • State eases breakfast rule, 8/3/89, 1A
    • Study shows demand for care could double, 10/26/90, 6B
    • Task Force chaired by Julie Mabus, 9/4/88, 1A
    • Yale University researcher: child care, state growth entwined, 1/28/92, 1B
  • Child custody, Hinds County
    • Decision reversed; Brian Chandler given to mother, 9/29/93, 2B
  • Child custody, Mississippi
    • Custody cases criticized, 3/7/88, 1B
    • Marchers ired by custody cases in MS, 8/7/88, 1A
    • Mothers against raping children rally, 1/18/88, 1A
    • Mothers in Newsom and Singley cases, 3/22/88, 1B
    • Network house-eluding custody orders, 7/3/88, 1A
  • Child custody, Rankin County
    • Fondrens' sons returned: taken improperly by DHS, 7/15/94, 4B
    • Misty Maulding cries to stay with father, 8/18/92, 1B
  • Child Evangelism Fellowship, 8/22/87, 1C
    • Clowns with purpose at Fair, 10/15/88, 1C
    • Seeks help reaching children, 1/9/88, 1C
  • Child Health Day
    • Vaccination promotion, 10/3/92, 3B
  • Child labor
    • Mississippi businesses accused of violating regulations, 3/16/90, 9B
  • Child molesting SEE Sexually abused children
  • Child Shield USA
    • Video program to prevent kidnapping, 10/22/93, 3B
  • Child support
    • After 6 years court decides James Rains must pay, 10/29/93, 1B
    • Association for Children for Enforcement of Support, 5/24/93, 1B
    • Delinquent parents' pictures posted, 1/8/92, 1A; 3/22/91, 1B
    • Hinds County sheriff's Operation Mother's Day, 2/17/93, 4B
    • Human Services department to post photos of fathers owing support, 1/23/91, 1A
    • Lawsuit may delay pilot collection program using Maximus, 6/28/94, 1A
    • Maximus (private company) may hire state child support employees, 6/9/94, 1B
    • Maximus, a private company, begins collections in Hinds/Warren counties, 7/1/94, 1A
    • New guidelines could lessen benefits, 5/14/90, 1A
    • Poplarville man J.L. Walters must pay $20,700, 7/1/94, 5B
    • Privatization saves state $7 Million, Phillips says, 12/1/94, 1B
  • CHILD SUPPORT
    • PRIVATIZING COLLECTIONS: PRO AND CON, 10/24/93, 1G
  • Child support
    • State hires more workers to find parents owing child support, 5/15/89, 1A
    • Top 10 list helps nail 'deadbeat dads', 1/25/93, 1A, 5A
  • Child support SEE ALSO Department of Human Services---Privatization...
  • Child Support Services Inc
    • Facing Arizona fraud suit, 11/17/92, 5B
    • Records seized by government officials, 6/4/92, 6B
  • Child welfare, Mississippi, 11/16/86, 1A
    • Chancellors praise new law, 9/22/85, 3B
    • Expert lauds state for aid, 3/21/88, 1B
    • State flunks on support enforcement, 10/15/88, 3A
  • CHILD WELFARE, MISSISSIPPI
    • STATE RANKS LAST
      • 128,000 LIVE IN DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS, 4/25/94, 1A
  • Child welfare, Mississippi
    • State to hold unwed moms, dads liable, 11/6/88, 3B
  • CHILD WELFARE, MISSISSIPPI
    • YOUTH IN CRISIS, 10/29-31/92, 1A+
  • Child-snatching SEE Kidnapping
  • Childbirth
    • Newspaper readers tell of 'adventures in baby-getting', 11/23/93, 1D
    • Today's fathers have creative ways to celebrate, 6/1/94, 1D
  • Childers, Donald SEE Drive-by shooting, Pearl
  • Childre, Mitch
    • Assault trial: 3 testify, 6/16/93, 4B
    • Assault trial: city pays legal fees, 9/10/93, 5B
    • Assault trial: mayor is acquitted, 6/17/93, 1A
    • Harassment trial will be after election, 4/7/93, 1B
    • Pearl mayor accused of assault, 3/9/93, 1A; 3/10/93, 4B; 3/17/93, 4B; 6/15/93, 3B
    • Pearl mayor and aldermen given raise, 8/10/93, 1B
    • Pearl mayor target of sexual harassment complaints, 8/20/92, 4B
    • Upset that budget officer Ron Morgan answers to aldermen, 10/15/94, 5B
    • Using board-paid attorney in assault case, 3/24/93, 4B; 3/26/93, 1B
  • Children First
    • Bingo license in jeopardy after probe, 3/16/93, 1B; 3/17/93, 1A; 3/18/93, 1B
    • Child abuse prosecutor Mikell Buckley's salary paid with bingo funds, 3/24/94, 13A
  • Children in poverty SEE Poverty
  • Children's Advocacy Center
    • Bingo license in jeopardy, 3/16/93, 1B; 3/17/93, 1A; 3/18/93, 1B
    • Counsels abuse victims, 2/10/91, 19A
    • For sexually abused children, 4/29/90, 1B
    • German shepherd Vachss
      • Hero of the Year Award, 11/4/94, 1A
    • Nears completion, 10/23/90, 5B
    • Opens with staff psychologist, German shepherd, 12/14/90, 5B
    • Quits running 3 bingo parlors, 5/25/93, 3B
  • Children's Assistive Technology Center
    • At Thames Elementary School, 11/26/91, 4B
  • Children's barber shop, 4/16/87, 1C
  • Children's Book Festival
    • At USM: storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham, 3/1/94, 4B
  • Children's bookweek-1987
    • Local and state library report, 11/20/87, 1B
  • Children's Cancer Clinic SEE Mississippi Children's Cancer Clinic
  • Children's clothes, 2/3/87, 1D
    • Food inspired fashions, 8/18/87, 1C
  • Children's Community Theater, 1/12/87, 1D; 9/15/86, Focus-page1
    • Treasure Island production, 2/19/88, 1C
  • Children's Defense Fund
    • Aid for children of the poor, 1/26/88, 1B
    • Future of families in jeopardy, 10/16/88, 1H
    • To close Jackson office, 12/22/88, 4B
  • Children's Express
    • Visits Jackson interviewing at-risk teenagers, 6/23/94, 4B
  • Children's Health Fund
    • Offering free health care to Tunica County students, 1/12/93, 3B
  • Children's Home Society SEE Mississippi Children's Home Society
  • Children's homes
    • Mississippi
      • Bill to license church homes in works, 10/11/88, 1A
    • Panel oks bill on children's homes, 1/20/89, 1B
    • Senate oks reporting requirements, 2/3/89; 4B
  • Children's Hospital
    • UMC
      • Business funding, 5/9/87, 4B
      • Christmas lights fund-raiser, 11/19/92, 1D
      • Light a Light fundraiser, 11/28/91, 1B
  • Children's Hospital School
    • UMC, 10/9/89, 1A
  • Children's Miracle Network Telethon, 6/2/86, 1C
  • Children's Museum of Memphis
    • Weekend getaway, 4/30/92, 3E
  • Children's rooms
    • Look to the future while decorating, 4/8/92, 1D
  • Children's Support Services
    • Kentucky TV station refuses to show its ads, 5/23/92, 5B
  • Children's Trust Fund of Mississippi
    • Parenting Matters (conference), 3/3/94, 1D
  • Children, Jackson
    • In Hospitals
      • Special care units, 5/25/87, 1B
    • Linus syndrome--snuggly security props, 1/22/92, 1D
    • Many couples choose not to have children, 1/24/93, 1E, 2E
    • Outpatient clinic, 7/6/87, 1B
    • Religious questions; when children ask, 'Why?', 10/26/91, 1D
    • When children won't go to church, 5/28/92, 1D
    • When kids die how does a parent cope?, 7/26/92, 1E
  • Children, Louisiana
    • Man says Mississippi court unlawfully took children, 10/29/89, 4B
  • Children, Mississippi
    • "This Corner" column, 5/31/87, 1H
    • 5 die in accidents--'ultimate tragedy', 1/6/93, 1A
    • Can accidentally injure parents, 9/2/92, 1D
    • Chores and children: doing their part, 2/19/93, 1E
    • Cost of raising a child, 4/29/91, 4B
    • Creativity in baby's birth announcement, 10/1/90, 1D
    • Education of chronically ill kids at UMC and in Rankin County, 3/3/91, 1E+
    • First year cost of child averages $5500, 1/15/90, 1F
    • Giving children chores teaches discipline, 10/25/91, 1E
    • Mississippi Voices for Children
      • Organizational meeting, 6/6/93, 1B
    • Seminar 'Lookin' to the Future', 8/8/91, 3B
    • Slayings in Natchez and Ripley, 10/21/87, 1A
    • State spends heavily out of state on emotionally disturbed, 11/9/89, 4B
    • Studies show 100,000 state children go hungry, 3/27/91, 1B
  • CHILDREN, MISSISSIPPI
    • STUDY SAYS A THIRD OF STATE'S CHILDREN GO HUNGRY, 6/16/93, 1A
  • Children, Mississippi
    • Study shows state is worst in nation for child well-being, 3/23/92, 1A
    • Toll-free number to check on legislation, 12/26/92, 3B
    • Travel tips, 11/11/87, 1C
    • Troubled children: needing help and there is none, 9/8/92, 1A, 6A
    • What do to with their rooms after they leave home, 10/11/91, 1E
  • Children, Mississippi SEE ALSO Abandoned infant
  • Children, Mississippi SEE ALSO Babies
  • Children, Mississippi SEE ALSO Child welfare
  • Children, Mississippi SEE ALSO Foster children
  • Children, Mississippi SEE ALSO Kids Court Mississippi
  • Childress, Mark
    • Writer, Clinton High grad, pens novel about Elvis Presley, 9/26/90, 1D
  • Childs, Carvill SEE Wetlands---Delta
  • Chili (Food)
    • Dixie National Chili cook-off, 2/7/92, 1E; 2/14/90, 1E; 2/14/93, 1B; 2/15/89, 1E
  • Chili's Bar and Grill
    • Restaurant/bar reviews, 1/6/94, 4E
  • Chili's Grill & Bar
    • Restaurant review, 6/28/90, 4E
  • Chilton, Alex
    • Appears at Hal & Mal's, 2/17/89, 1D
    • At Hal & Mal's, 12/17/92, 6F
  • Chimney sweeps
    • Cleaners welcome money,chance, 11/27/88, 1B
    • Harold Puckett of Jackson offers tips on fireplace care, 12/6/91, 1F
  • Chimney swifts
    • Jacksonian Sandra Williams has success nurturing swifts, 8/4/91, 1B
  • Chimneycon
    • Fantasy and science fiction-1988, 7/8/88, 1C; 7/14/88, 1E
    • Science fiction convention, 7/21/87, 1D; 7/26/87, 1B
  • Chimneyville Cafe
    • David Thames owner
      • Business profile, 7/9/90, 4E
  • Chimneyville Crafts Festival, (exhibitors 11/29/90, 6F); 11/25/90, 1F; 11/29/87, 1H; 11/30/86, 1F; 11/30/89, 1D
    • Artisan alley, 12/1/91, 1F
    • Designs on art, 11/29/92, 1F
    • High-class crafts, 11/27/94, 1F
    • Over 100 artists show works, 12/3/87, 1C
    • Show 'n' shop, 11/28/93, 1F
  • Chimneyville Smoke House
    • Good BBQ pops up again, 10/15/88, 1G
    • Restaurant review, 10/16/88, 1G
  • Chimpanzee
    • Sale of by Zoo, 6/23,24,26/87, 1A; 7/7/87 1A
    • Snatches baby in Hattiesburg, 11/25/86, 1A
  • China
    • Mississippian back from China sees 'determination' of protestors, 5/30/89, 1A
    • Oxford elementary school students raise money for Chinese protesters, 6/21/89, 5B
    • Radio Beijing can be picked up on Mississippi Gulf Coast, 6/21/89, 5B
    • Senate votes to invite China to trade show, 3/23/90, 3B
  • China Garden
    • Restaurant review, 3/5/92, 4E; 3/8/87, 1F
  • China House
    • Restaurant review, 2/8/90, 4E; 4/23/92, 4E; 8/16/90, 4E
  • China Inn
    • Restaurant review, 6/5/88, 1F
  • China King Restaurant
    • Restaurant review, 9/22/94, 4E
  • China Royal
    • Restaurant review, 9/25/88, 1F
  • Chinese
    • Businessmen to do business in state, 6/19/85, 8B
  • Chinese Americans in the Mississippi Delta
    • "Big Event," 12/26/87, 1B
    • Clarksdale has New Year celebration, 2/17/88, 3B
    • Corner stores disappearing, 9/9/94, 1A
  • Chinese New Year '88, 2/14/88, 1F
  • Chinese restaurants
    • Perfect place to celebrate Chinese New Year, 2/12/89, 1F
  • Chinese restaurants SEE Restaurants, Jackson
  • Chinese Shar-peis SEE Shar-pei
  • Chinese students
    • At MSU back comrades in Chinese revolt with letter, 5/24/89, 1A
    • In Jackson area support demonstrators in Beijing, 6/5/89, 1A
    • New visa extension policy has few takers in Mississippi, 7/17/89, 1B
  • Chinese Taste
    • Restaurant review, 1/9/92, 5E
  • Chinese Taste II
    • Restaurant review, 10/9/88, 1G
  • Chinn, Robert
    • Madison County justice court judge removed from office, 8/6/92, 1B; 8/26/92, 4B
    • May get pay, medical benefits while case on appeal, 9/17/92, 4B; 9/23/92, 4B
    • Supreme Court says his removal was too harsh, 1/8/93, 3B
  • Chinook Dogs
    • Biloxi lady has 5 of only 150 in existence, 8/1/88, 3B
  • Chiplin, Charles
    • JSU professor writes 'Up Where We Belong II', 3/9/91, 1D
    • Religious playwright, 7/11/87, 1C
  • Chippendales
    • At $20 a head, 400+ female customers attend, 7/3/91, 1B
  • Chiz, Hilary
    • Mississippi ACLU director leaving for Georgia post, 5/28/89, 5B
  • Chlamydia
    • Reaches epidemic proportions, 9/5/86, 1A
  • Chlorine
    • Lafayette County officers seeking 2 missing canisters, 8/28/92, 1B; 9/1/92, 1B
    • Leak from tanker truck in Natchez forces evacuation, 5/13/92, 2B
    • Spill outside Nordan Smith Welding, 7/21/93, 4B
  • Choctaw Books
    • Frank Smith owner
      • Business profile, 9/3/90, 1F
  • Choctaw County Hospital
    • Ex-administrator Hughes padded salary, auditor says, 8/24/90, 1B
  • Choctaw Electronics Enterprise Inc.
    • Ford a customer, 7/8/88, 8B
  • Choctaw Indian Fair
    • A glimpse of Native American culture, 7/14/94, 12E
    • Celebration of heritage, 7/11/91, 3E; 7/14/91, 1B
    • Families continue traditions (picture), 7/8/88, 1A
    • Philadelphia, Mississippi, 7/11/86, 1B
    • Schedule of events, 7/13/89, 12E; 7/14/89, 1A
    • Tips tribal hat to culture, 7/15/93, 8E; 7/16/92, 3E
    • Wow, what a powwow!, 7/12/90, 10E
  • Choctaw Indian twins
    • Choctaw court OKs adoption by non-Indian, 2/10/90, 1A
    • Choctaw court to hear adoption case, 8/24/89, 5B
    • Choctaw Indians visit with adoptive mother, 4/26/89, 4B
    • Long Beach woman will again try to adopt, 6/23/89, 1B; 6/27/89, 3B
    • U.S. Supreme Court will rule on adoption, 4/4/89, 1A; 5/5/89, 4B
  • Choctaw Indians, 6/28/87, 1F
    • Bridging cultures: adding tribal customs to Christian services, 5/1/94, 1E
    • Business enterprises/books about, 8/18/85, 1G
    • Chief Martin criticizes state for blocking tribe's casino, 4/16/91, 1B
    • Chief Martin says state anti-Indian in casino-blocking effort, 4/11/91, 1B
    • Choctaw industries, 7/8/88, 8B
    • Cochran brings in Indian Health Service to combat tuberculosis, 3/20/92, 1B
    • Communities (map), 11/15/92, 19A
    • Continue to pursue hazardous-waste landfill, 2/6/91, 1A
    • Crafts
      • Donated to British Columbia, 7/12/87, 1F
    • DMS Printing (Ocean Springs) purchase, 3/2/95, 5B; 8/7/91, 3B
    • Football game: Choctaw Central vs. Cherokee, N.C., 9/27/92, 1A
    • Hard work paying off
      • Tribe's business ventures profitable, 7/3/94, 1C
    • Hope projected lake will bring jobs, 2/5/86, 2B
    • Indian reservation at Philadelphia
      • Weekend getaway, 12/13/90, 3E
    • Irish group walks Trail of Tears in thanks for 1847 aid, 101/92, 3B
    • Landfill is opposed by marchers; new chief criticized, 3/24/91, 1A
    • Landfill opposition takes petition to Washington, 4/2/91, 1B; 4/3/91, 1B
    • Landfill project must get state approval, Hall says, 2/15/91, 1B
    • Landfill referendum is defeated, 4/20/91, 1B
    • Landfill referendum will get tribal vote, 4/9/91, 2B; 4/19/91, 1B
    • Martin faces four challengers for chief position, 5/21/91, 2B
    • May get grant to study nuclear waste storage on tribal land, 1/16/92, 5B
  • CHOCTAW INDIANS
    • MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAWS: TRIBE IN TRANSITION, 11/15-16/92, 1A+
  • Choctaw Indians
    • Mississippi State Historical Museum, 4/12/87, 1E
    • Move to take over control of tribal school system, 5/15/89, 1A
    • Nanih Wayia memorial, 11/14/91, 3F
    • Neshoba County
      • Son says FBI is slow, 7/6/88, 1A
    • New elementary school: Pearl River Elementary, 10/14/90, 1B
    • Now controlling own schools
      • Banking on education to progress, 7/3/94, 1A
    • Nutrition Project to combat diabetes, 7/16/92, 2B
    • Receive $552,000 federal vocational education grant, 3/24/92, 4B
    • Recreational dancing, 1/18/87, 1B
    • Reservation
      • Called model tribe, 5/19/87, 1A
    • Seeking commercial waste-disposal site, 1/11/91, 1A; 1/29/91, 3B; 2/1/91, 2B
    • Seeking reservation in Tennessee, 6/13/93, 3B
  • CHOCTAW INDIANS
    • STATE'S AMERICAN INDIANS GROWING IN NUMBERS, ASPIRATIONS, 4/28/91, 1A
  • Choctaw Indians
    • Students recreate first Thanksgiving feast in Philadelphia, 11/19/88, 1A
    • Sue state to legalize gambling on reservation, 2/23/92, 3G; 8/4/90, 1B
    • Supreme Court to review adoption case, 5/24/88, 2B
    • U.S. Supreme Court will decide fate of twins, 1A; 1/12/89
    • Wedding, 11/29/86, 1A
    • Whites in charge at Reservation, some say
      • Justice Department faulted, 6/22/94, 2B
  • Choctaw Indians SEE ALSO Gambling, Choctaw Reservation
  • Choctaw Indians SEE ALSO Martin, Phillip
  • Choctaw Maid Farms
    • Cited for federal labor law violations, 3/7/92, 8B
    • Overheated employees eligible for unemployment, 7/27/91, 7B
  • Choctaw Maids Farms
    • North Carolina workers discuss union organization, 3/21/92, 6B
  • Choirs, 12/25/86, 1C
    • Biloxi
      • High School choir to perform in Paris in '89, 12/6/88, 3B
    • Clinton high's show choir brings home title, 12/27/87, 1E
    • Deaf choirs, 4/17/88, 1E
    • Greater Fairview Baptist Church
      • Choir director passes honor along, 12/17/88, 1C
    • Mississippi
      • Pearl Singers hope to make sound of music in Vienna, 12/16/88, 1E
      • Savoy Records exeuctive to help record MS mass choir, 10/29/88, 1C
    • Mississippi mass choir hits first notes, 5/14/88, 1C
    • Mississippi Mass Choir's albums make 'Billboard' chart, 7/15/89, 1D
    • Robes made from African Kente cloth are popular, 4/24/93, 1D
    • Shady Grove live album closer to release, 1/5/88, 1C
  • Choking
    • Boy Selby Labarre saves classmate with Heimlich move, 2/24/93, 3V
    • Louisville teacher revives choking student, 5/17/90, 1B
  • Cholesterol
    • Jackson students spreading low-cholesterol diet nationwide, 7/11/89, 1A
  • Cholesterol Challenge SEE Kellogg Cholesterol Challenge
  • chool violence
    • 450 gather to voice concerns
      • National School Safety Center workshop, 12/1/93, 1A
  • Chop shops
    • Bentonia man Robert L. Brown charged in illegal operation, 12/1/92, 3B
    • Chop shops in northeast Mississippi, 2/2/86, 1A
    • Crackdown bill approved by Senate, 3/17/89, 3B
    • Hayes Street in Jackson used as route to chop shops, 12/7/92, 3B; 12/9/92, 2B
    • Police to crack down on auto salvage yards, 11/26/92, 1B
    • Salvage dealers want stricter laws against automobile chop shops, 4/4/90, 5B
    • Senate approves crackdown on auto chop shops, 3/17/89, 3B
  • Chop shops SEE ALSO Automobile theft
  • Chores
    • Children and chores: doing their part, 2/19/93, 1E
    • On the homefront, duty roster still longer for women, 3/13/92, 1E
  • Choset, Franklin, 2/5/87, 1D
    • Fulbright Scholar to academy of music in Tel Aviv, Israel, 10/18/90, 1D
    • Mississippi Opera board ousts, 6/29/89, 1D; 7/10/89, 1C; 7/21/89, 1B
    • To conduct in Hungary, 12/30/87, 1C
  • Choset, Franklin SEE ALSO Mississippi Opera
  • Chris-Craft Enterprises
    • Auto parts firm gets state loan, 5/20/88, 8B
  • Christ Church
    • Holly Springs, 5/5/87, 1D
  • Christ Episcopal Church
    • Vicksburg
      • Marks 1843 consecration, 5/23/93, 2B
  • Christ Episcopal Church (Vicksburg) SEE Blake, Phyllis
  • Christ Light Ascension Church
    • Loy Moncrief, pastor, 9/12/92, 1D
  • Christ Missionary & Industrial School
    • Gets new multi-purpose building, 12/26/92, 1D
  • Christ Temple Apostolic Church SEE Edwards, Luke
  • Christ Temple Church SEE Church of Christ Holiness USA
  • Christ United Methodist Church
    • 25th anniversary, 6/21/86, 1D
    • Teenage summer service programs, 8/1/92, 1D
  • Christa McAuliffe fellowship
    • Sandra Morgan of Pascagoula is 1994 winner, 5/5/94, 1B
  • Christenberry, William
    • Photographer's Southern landscapes on display at Millsaps, 3/3/91, 1F
  • Christian Action Group
    • Goal: 'abortion-free Jackson', 4/19/92, 1B
    • Says never-repealed statute outlaws abortion, 7/7/89, 1B
    • Stages anti-abortion protest at United Methodist building, 9/15/90, 1C
  • Christian bookstores, 2/14/87, 1C
  • Christian Brotherhood Homes
    • High crime defies name given complex, 11/25/93, 1B
  • Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
    • Disciple Renewal movement, 10/5/91, 1D
    • Emphasize unity, freedom, diversity, 11/20/93, 1D
  • Christian Community Development Association
    • Annual conference in Jackson, 10/23/93, 1D
  • Christian Conciliation Service
    • Mediates lawsuits against churches, 5/18/91, 1D
    • Teaching ways of conflict resolution, 2/9/91, 1D
  • Christian Conciliation Service of Central Mississippi, 8/13/89, 1E
  • Christian education, 4/11/87, 1C
  • Christian Jail Services Inc.
    • An inmate support group, 3/19/88, 5C
  • Christian Legal Society
    • State-wide organization promotes law with Christian base, 2/22/92, 1D
  • Christian Mission Concerns
    • Shelter for abused children, 1/18/88, 1A
  • Christian Missions Concern
    • Greenville
      • Independent living home, 10/6/90, 1C
  • Christian Orthodox Church SEE ALSO Easter
  • Christian Orthodox churches
    • Observe their first Sunday of Lent, 3/14/92, 1D
  • Christian Science Reading Room
    • Jackson, 12/12/87, 1C
  • Christian Services Center
    • Helps mentally handicapped, 11/29/86, 1C
  • Christian writers
    • B&C Enterprises of Gulfport is looking for authors, 7/8/89, 1D
  • Christian Writers Group
    • Eva Myer, founder, 8/29/92, 1D
  • Christian, Robert Lee SEE Ballansaw, David
  • Christian, Spencer
    • ABC-TV weatherman broadcasts from Governor's Mansion, 12/11/92, 1A
  • Christianity
    • And Academia
      • "This corner" column, 6/21/87, 1H
    • Impact on American society, 3/7/87, 1C
  • Christians Revolutionizing America for Christ
    • Sandy and Fay Mowdy, 5/8/93, 1D
  • Christiansen, Adam
    • 'Real family man' baffles town as robbery suspect, 2/7/94, 1A
    • Banker suffered nervous breakdown, lawyer says, 2/8/94, 1A
    • Bond request denied, 4/7/94, 1B
    • Declared competent to stand trial, 7/20/94, 1B
    • Edwards banker arrested in Paris, France, 1/17/94, 1A
    • Edwards banker may have fled country using bank funds, 1/11/94, 1A
    • Edwards banker returned to US, 1/19/94, 1A
    • Ex-banker denied bond a third time, 6/11/94, 1B
    • Federal grand jury indicts banker, 2/9/94, 1B
    • Released on bond, 7/21/94, 1B
    • Returned to Jackson; charged with embezzlement, 2/3/94, 1B
    • Sentenced to four-months house arrest, 10/1/94, 1A
    • Warrant issued by federal authorities, 1/14/94, 4B
  • Christmas SEE ALSO Santa Claus
  • Christmas cactus
    • Another miracle of the season, 12/19/90, 1D
  • Christmas Camp
    • Jackson Zoo, 12/17/93, 1E; 12/21/93, 1B
  • Christmas cards
    • Rosemary Ware creates cards using rubber stamps, 12/3/93, 1E
    • With scenes by Mississippi artists for sale by Easter Seal Society, 11/4/90, 1F
  • Christmas carols
    • Mississippians name favorite carol, 12/9/92, 1D
  • Christmas City USA
    • At Coast Colesium, 11/10/94, 3B
  • Christmas decorations
    • Biloxi's Ethnic Trees of Christmas, 12/3/92, 3E
    • By Mississippi craftspersons, 11/27/89, 1D
    • Care stowing extends life, 12/29/93, 1D
    • Christmas spirit shines when sun goes down, 12/21/90, 1E
    • Clinton yard signs being stolen, 12/7/93, 1B
    • Decorative flags are popular, 12/17/93, 1E
    • Doorway decorations, 11/30/92, 1D
    • Festive table is cheery centerpiece to home's celebration, 12/21/92, 1D
    • Highway Department prohibits Pearl decorations, 12/20/89, 1B
    • Holiday-how-to: making a topiary, 12/10/93, 1B
    • Jackson neighborhood decorations a community project, 12/23/89, 1D
    • Jackson/Clinton
      • Friarson home, 12/24/87, 1C
    • Making a merry metro (photographs), 12/25/94, 1E
    • Making candy men come to life, 12/20/90, 1D
    • Meridian's Trees of Christmas, 12/3/92, 3E
    • Mississippi ornaments hang in White House, 12/25/94, 1F
    • Nature's way is smart and inexpensive, 12/1/94, 1D
    • New look planned for downtown Jackson, 11/19/92, 1B
    • North Jackson grinches return stolen decorations, 12/19/90, 1B
    • Village at Alvis'home, 12/18/92, 1E; 12/21/87, 1B
    • Whispering Pines, Wingfield Place in south Jackson, 12/21/92, 1B
    • Yard decorations around Jackson, 12/20/89, 1D
  • Christmas Faire
    • In Trade Mart buildings on Fairgrounds, 11/26/89, 1B
  • Christmas gifts
    • 25 great gifts for under $25, 12/8/91, 1E
    • Business books, 12/19/93, 1C
    • Companies change policy on holiday gifts, 12/10/89, 1G
    • Creativity and individuality spread good wishes, 12/8/94, 1D
    • Exercise equipment, 12/23/93, 1D
    • Gourmet treats made in Mississippi, 11/29/89, 1E
    • Holiday kitchen gift giving, 11/24/91, 1H
    • How to make a necklace from wrapping paper, 12/13/90, 1D
    • Sale at Carmelite Monastery, 12/3/89, 8B
    • Stocks make excellent gift for young people, 11/28/93, 1C
  • Christmas mailing
    • Overseas mailing deadlines, 10/21/91, 4B
  • Christmas memories
    • Contest, 11/30/86, 1E
  • Christmas on the Water
    • Biloxi celebration, 11/29/90, 3F
  • Christmas ornaments SEE Christmas decorations
  • Christmas parade (Jackson) SEE Holiday Jubilee
  • Christmas parties
    • Office Christmas parties will continue in Jackson, 11/13/91, 5B; 12/9/91, 1D
  • Christmas presents
    • Hidden presents turn kids into detectives, 12/16/91, 1D
    • Imaginative trimmings give presents zing, 12/14/92, 1D
    • Many stores will assemble bicycles, etc., 12/15/91, 1C
    • Taking them back, 12/25/92, 1E
  • Christmas shopping SEE ALSO Shopping
  • Christmas shopping, 1989
    • After Christmas bargain hunters, 12/27/89, 4B
    • Christmas shopping season opens, 11/24/89, 1A; 11/25/89, 1A; 12/24/89, 1B
  • Christmas shopping, 1990
    • Budget and planning needed for Christmas shopping, 10/1/90, 1E
    • Christmas shopping surge elates retailers, 11/24/90, 1A
    • Guys, give hot lingerie for Christmas, 12/11/90, 1D
    • Last minute Christmas shoppers play beat the clock, 12/24/90, 1A
    • Post-Christmas sales lure Jackson customers, 12/27/90, 4B
    • So what does a real man really want for Christmas?, 11/25/90, 1E
    • Survey: most Southeastern retailers expect poor sales, 11/25/90, 1G
    • What do you hate? Christmas shoppers who are finished., 11/25/90, 1E
  • Christmas shopping, 1991
    • Cautious consumers spending less this year, 12/22/91, 1A
    • Christmas crowds are welcome sight at area malls, 11/30/91, 1A; 12/1/91, 1B
    • Early Christmas shoppers save money and sanity, 9/23/91, 4B
    • Jackson malls adding extra Christmas hours, 11/21/91, 5B
    • Retailers giving mixed signals on sales so far, 12/11/91, 5B
    • Storeowners lure shoppers with post-Christmas sales, 12/27/91, 1A
  • Christmas shopping, 1992
    • Black Friday in Jackson, 11/26/92, 4B; 11/28/92, 1A; 11/29/92, 1B
    • Local merchants had good Christmas, 12/27/92, 1C
    • Local merchants pin hopes on holidays, 11/14/92, 5B
    • Santa comes early to Jackson malls, 11/16/92, 1D
    • YMCA offers quick course in shopping safety, 11/16/92, 1D
  • Christmas shopping, 1993
    • After-Christmas sales, 12/27/93, 1A
    • Christmas City USA at Coast Colesium, 11/11/93, 3E
    • Crowds filling stores, 11/27/93, 1A, 4B
    • Holidays bring out shoppers, tighter mall security, 11/26/93, 1B
    • No pleasure for compulsive spenders, 11/26/93, 1E
    • Police officers patrol malls, 11/28/93, 1B
    • Retailers brace for Christmas Eve rush, 12/24/93, 1A
  • Christmas shopping, 1994
    • 'Tis the season for exchanging, 12/27/94, 1A
    • Area malls gearing up for season; new store openings, 10/18/94, 1A
    • Procrastinators hit malls, 12/25/94, 1A
    • Season off to good start, 11/26/94, 1A
  • Christmas stockings, 12/4/89, 1E
  • Christmas toys
    • Grantham and McDaniel of VA home make toys for tots, 12/20/90, 1B
  • Christmas trees, Jackson
    • Keep the spirit of the season: recycle tree, 12/26/92, 1B
    • Lutheran tree: ornaments of Christian significance, 12/25/93, 1D
    • Mickey Grace's fairgrounds sale benefits charities, 12/27/91, 1A
    • Mississippi 2000's Bob Kochtitzky: a pro-planet tree, 12/16/93, 1E
    • Optimist Club won't sell trees at Stadium this year, 12/11/93, 1B
    • Price about same as Xmas 1988, 12/1/89, 6B
    • Recycle your tree, 12/26/93, 1B
    • Thieves steal Fraser firs at Highway 80 stores, 12/11/91, 1A
  • Christmas trees, Jackson area
    • Recycling/mulching effort in full swing, 12/28/91, 1B; 12/29/92, 3B
  • Christmas trees, Mississippi
    • Drought burns Yule log early, 8/2/88, 8B
    • Growers expect good year, 11/20/94, 3B
    • Now grown in 50 counties, 12/8/91, 3C
    • Tree farms, 11/11/95, 5B; 11/26/92, 8H; 12/2/95, 5B
    • Tree in D.C. decorated with gourds by DeVrients, 12/20/92, 1F
    • Tree in Washington, D.C.; 'cookies' by Susan Ford, 12/15/91, 1F
    • Tree sales, 9/8/85, 1J; 12/6/87, 3B
  • Christmas trees, Ridgeland
    • Cherry Deddens' Victorian trimmings, 12/7/92, 1D
  • Christmas village
    • Lester and Minnie Alvis' scale model, 12/18/92, 1E
  • Christmas, 1943
    • Will D. Campbell's memory of buddy Herman Hyman, a Jew, 12/25/94, 1G
  • Christmas, 1944
    • Christmas in war time
      • Mississippi service personnel remember, 12/25/94, 1A
  • Christmas, 1987
    • Records
      • Jitney's album brings the groceries, 12/21/87, 1C
  • Christmas, 1989
    • Bad weather won't stop Jackson's Holiday Jubilee, 12/19/89, 1B
    • Celebrated Mississippians come home for the holidays, 12/24/89, 1E
    • Chimneyville Crafts Festival opens, 11/30/89, 1D
    • Christmas at the Old Capitol, 12/14/89, 3E
    • Christmas on the Water celebration in Biloxi, 11/30/89, 3E
    • Davis Planetarium shows 3 films, 12/14/89, 1D
    • Grocery deliveries to senior citizens, 12/16/89, 5B
    • Holiday festivities throughout South, 12/3/89, 1F
    • Holiday Jubilee celebration in Jackson, 11/10/89, 1B; 12/18/89, 1D
    • Holiday Jubilee features 80,000 lights, 12/20/89, 5B
    • Jackson postal worker handles letters to Santa Claus, 12/24/89, 1B
    • Mississippi retailers bring out merchandise early, 10/11/89, 6B
    • Needy families in newspaper article receive help, 12/30/89, 5B
    • New Orleans
      • Activities and celebrations, 11/26/89, 1G
    • Operation Shoestring gives poor children shopping spree, 12/16/89, 5B
    • Schools must present secular, historic Christmas, 12/12/89, 4B
    • Wishlist for family and friends, 12/10/89, 1E
  • Christmas, 1990
    • Blahs on Christmas afternoon, 12/25/90, 1D
    • Christmas in the South: New Orleans and Savannah, 12/2/90, 1F
    • Countdown 1990: happenings around the state, 12/20/90, 8G
    • Jackson
      • Holiday Jubilee celebration in downtown Jackson, 12/13/90, 8E
    • Mississippi cities deck the halls, 12/2/90, 1F
    • Setting personal limits for the holidays, 12/23/90, 1E
    • Symphony and area choirs collaborate on 'Jingle Bell Pops', 12/7/90, 1E
    • Talk of war and recession taking cheer out of local giving, 12/17/90, 1A
    • Tips on how to pay for Santa's visit, 12/24/90, 4B
  • Christmas, 1991
    • 'Tis the season for burglars, 12/14/91, 1B
    • Central Mississippi Contact counsels in stressful season, 11/17/91, 1E
    • Christmas in Natchez, 12/22/91, 1F
    • Happenings in Mississippi right up to Christmas, 12/19/91, 10F
    • Loss of loved ones leaves painful void, 12/25/91, 1D
    • Mississippi businesses will slow down Christmas week, 12/20/91, 5B
    • On holiday it's work as usual for some, 12/26/91, 1B
    • Sweet memories: Winter, Payton, Rent, Manning, etc., 12/22/91, 1E
    • Tips on putting that bicycle together, 12/19/91, 1D
    • Unhealthy holiday: beware of mistletoe, etc., 12/13/91, 1E
    • Volunteers at Brumfield House and Community Stewpot, 12/26/91, 1A
  • Christmas, 1992
    • Children getting bored after Christmas Day, 12/28/92, 1D
    • City of Lights in Canton, 12/25/92, 3B
    • Dealing with many party invitations, 12/4/92, 1E
    • Family holiday traditions passed down to daughters, 12/23/92, 1D
    • Forget great expectations, have good time, 12/6/92, 1E
    • Live manger scenes can be an adventure for those involved, 12/17/92, 1D
    • Old traditions and their modern counterparts, 12/24/92, 1D
  • Christmas, 1993
    • A boom time for Greenbrook Flowers, 12/17/93, 5B
    • Bah humbug; pet peeves about holidays, 12/12/93, 1E, 2E
    • Bukers from Blue Knights Motor Club stage benefit for children, 12/13/93, 1A
    • Children are out of school: problem for working parents, 12/5/93, 1E
    • Christmas-theme videos, 12/23/93, 8E
    • Decorative flags are popular this year, 12/17/93, 1E
    • Dreaming of a white Christmas this year? Not likely, 12/23/93, 1A
    • Gamblers on Christmas Day at Harrah's in Vicksburg, 12/26/93, 1A
    • Guess who's coming around the corner
      • Nancy Fyke et.al. plan well, 11/7/93, 1E
    • Ham radio Santa Lou Hoekstra talks to Laura Beth Burns, 12/23/93, 1B
    • Holiday happenings around the state, 12/2/93, 8E
    • How do non-Christians handle the holiday?, 12/25/93, 1D
    • Hymel's glass snowflakes on Mississippi Christmas tree in DC, 12/19/93, 1F
    • K-Mart shopping spree for underpriviledged children, 12/5/93, 5B
    • Mail runs Friday; other services closed, 12/23/93, 1B
    • Nativity scene's significance for Jackson families, 12/18/93, 1D
    • No white Christmas for state, 12/25/93, 3B
    • Play Santa to a local arts group, 12/19/93, 1F
    • Pressures on holiday season; ill-fated family disputes, 12/27/93, 1B
    • Season is a sad time for battered families, 12/20/93, 1A
    • Some Mississippians celebrate in offbeat ways, 12/20/93, 1D
    • Thwart criminals at Christmastime, 12/14/93, 1D
  • Christmas, 1994
    • 'Tis the season for rip-off artists, officials warn, 12/18/94, 1C
    • An investment as a gift to a child, 12/18/94, 1C
    • Events around the state, 12/1/94, 10E; 12/22/94, 10E
    • Gluckstadt trucker Ricky Ray and family, 12/25/94, 1A
    • Local businesses treat senior citizens to free long-distance calls, 12/18/94, 1B
    • Plenty of Mississippi-related books to give for Christmas, 11/27/94, 1E
    • Shopping spree for youngsters sponsored by K mart, Kiwanis Club, 12/4/94, 1A
    • The gift of 'time', 12/15/94, 1D
    • Tupelo's Toys for Tots stolen from warehouse, 12/18/94, 7B
    • Uniteds Way Volunteer Resource Center's Wish List, 11/29/94, 1D
    • Victorian Christmas Festival, 11/27/94, 1B
  • Christmas, 1995
    • H. Jackson Brown's 'Little Book of Christmas Joys', 12/16/94, 1E
    • Metro post offices offer Sunday processing, 12/11/94, 1E
    • Packages: start early and wrap them right, 12/7/94, 1D
  • Christo's Deli
    • Bar review, 9/20/90, 13E
    • Restaurant review, 11/17/94, 4E
  • Chronically ill SEE Insurance, Mississippi
  • Chrysler Corporation
    • Odometer problem, 7/3/87, 8B
  • Chubb, John SEE Stennis Space Center
  • Chuck E Cheese
    • Employee Adriel Lovett plays Chuck E Cheese, 5/2/94, 1D
  • Chukwu, Lawson SEE Fraud
  • Chunky Rhythm and Blues Festival, 7/16/87, 1F; 7/16/92, 9E; 7/18/91, 3E
    • Check out the cool sounds, 7/14/94, 20E; 7/15/93, 7E; 7/19/90, 3F
  • Chunky River Raft Race, 5/31/90, 13E; 6/3/90, 1B; 6/4/89, 1B; 6/4/92, 4E; 6/6/91, 3E; 6/9/91, 3B
  • Chunky, Mississippi, 1/24/88, 3B
  • Church arson SEE Church fires
  • Church Building Associates
    • Tupelo
      • Les Nichols architect/president, 11/1/91, 1E
  • Church conventions, 5/23/87, 1C
  • Church fires, McComb area
    • Congregations struggle to rebuild, 10/17/93, 1A
    • May prompt action on hate-crimes bill, 12/25/93, 1A
    • Races unite to rebuild Springhill church, 12/12/93, 1A
    • Repair funds frozen, 1/21/94, 3B
    • Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Church, 5/16/94, 1B
    • Spring Hill Free Will Baptist Church rises from ashes, 4/3/94, 1A
    • White teeagers admit setting fires, 10/2/93, 1A
    • White youths face sentencing, 12/3/93, 1B; 12/4/93, 1A
  • Church giving SEE Churches, US
  • Church Hill
    • Jefferson county house, 2/2/87, 1A
  • Church musicians SEE Musicians
  • Church Mutual Insurance Co
    • Opens office in Mississippi, 1D; 1/7/89
  • Church of Christ
    • Mailing of brochure 'One Nation Under God', 7/6/91, 1D
    • State-wide Unity Sing, 4/24/93, 1D
    • Television program 'Campaign America' available in Jackson, 3/28/92, 1D
  • Church of Christ Holiness USA
    • Christ Temple in Jackson gets historical marker, 5/16/92, 1D
    • National convention in Jackson, 8/9/93, 1B
  • Church of God in Christ, 8/22/87, 1C
    • Bishop Ford wants to reopen Saints College, 8/11/90, 1D
    • Continues work of late bishop, 1/13/90, 1D
    • Its orchestra will tour state, 6/4/94, 2D
    • Rev. Jerry Ramsey researching, 12/16/89, 1D
  • Church of God of Prophecy
    • State convention in Jackson, 7/15/89, 1D
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 7/4/87, 1C
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints SEE ALSO Mormons
  • Church schools
    • A spiritual facet to children's education, 11/13/93, 1D
  • Church Street East Historic District
    • Mobile
      • Weekend getaway, 3/11/93, 9E
  • Church Women United
    • Members have worked together on social issues for 40 years, 11/2/91, 1D
  • Church-state relations
    • Allain favors, 7/13/85, 1A
  • Churches SEE ALSO Black churches
  • Churches, Cleveland
    • First United Methodist Church courtyard, 8/5/89, 1D
  • Churches, Columbia
    • Brothers commute between their churches in Mississippi and California, 2/4/89, 1C
  • Churches, Corinth
    • Local churches hit by rash of burlgaries, 3/16/91, 1A
  • Churches, Jackson
    • Barricade themselves for protection from criminals, 4/26/92, 1A
    • Christian Conciliation Service mediates suits against churches, 5/18/91, 1D
    • Churches adopt schools to boost them, 2/20/88, 1C
    • Crime against churches making security a great concern, 9/11/93, 1D
    • Greater Bethlehem Temple Apostolic Faith Church, 1C; 1/28/89
    • Lee leaving Galloway pulpit after 12 yrs, 8/13/88, 1C
    • Ministering to members' physical as well as spiritual needs, 6/20/92, 1D
    • Musical instruments now used in services are varied, 9/12/92, 1D
    • My brother's keeper
      • Churches meeting needs of their communities, 4/16/94, 1D
    • Norminister/Briarwood Lecture Series, 10/5/91, 1D
    • Plays and musicals give the message more impact, 3/5/94, 1D
    • Question of small children at worship service, 2/13/94, 1E
    • Small group settings for intimacy and support, 4/18/92, 1D
    • Some inner-city churches don't leave despite changing neighborhoods, 7/23/94, 1A
    • St. Andrews clans come for blessing, 11/21/87, 1C
    • Those showing growth attribute it to community outreach, etc., 11/21/94, 1D
    • Transition area, 2/7/87, 1A,1C
    • Use of fine arts in church programs, 12/17/94, 1D
    • What's in a name?, 2/5/94, 1D
    • Worship in the 1990's, 3/20/93, 1D
  • Churches, Macon
    • Burned church to be rebuilt, 2/8/89, 3B
    • Interracial church rebuilds after arson, 9/9/88, 1A
    • Raising funds to rebuild, 9/15/88, 1B
    • Religious Conference to aid rebuilding, 9/16/88, 4B
    • Volunteers help raze burned church, 10/2/88, 1A
  • Churches, Mississippi
    • Churches as business, 2/18/90, 1E, 15E
    • Distributing North Carolina sweet potatoes to hungry, 8/9/90, 5B
    • Expo by Tupelo architect Les Nichols on building churches, 11/1/91, 1E
    • How flocks fill pulpits, 11/7/87, 1C
    • Law would exempt from taxes on out-of-state purchases, 4/1/89, 3B
    • Liable for tax on supplies bought outside of Mississippi, 11/26/88, 1C
    • Many people change religious faiths as adults, 10/6/94, 1D
    • People want to always sit in favorite pew, 6/8/91, 1D
    • Proposal would exempt from taxes, 2/18/89, 3B
    • Recession has not hurt church collections, 2/4/92, 1D
    • Senators want to exempt churches from sales tax, 12/17/88, 1C
    • Southern Baptists help black congregations, 12/12/87, 1C
    • State Tax Commission halts crackdown on churches, 12/21/88, 1B
  • Churches, Noxubee County
    • Historic churches, 4/8/89, 1D
  • Churches, Philadelphia
    • Members remember church fire of 1964, 6/22/89, 1B
  • Churches, Pike County
    • Join together to provide aid to needy, 9/15/90, 1C
  • Churches, Richland
    • First Baptist Church suffers $200,000 blaze, 3/20/89, 1A
  • Churches, Shelby
    • Methodists celebrate 100 yrs, 10/8/88, 1C
  • Churches, US
    • Tithing patterns vary by denomination, 1/8/94, 1D
  • Churches, Vaiden
    • Gas leak suspected in explosion destroying historic church, 10/10/89, 1B
  • Churches, Walnut Grove
    • Cumberland Presbyterian becomes Mount Calvary, 11/2/89, 1B
  • Cicadas
    • About to leave, will come again in year 2002, 6/6/89, 1B
  • Cicadas to return, 5/12/87, 1A
  • Cigarette smokers SEE Cigarette smoking
  • Cigarette smokers' lawsuits
    • Attorney predicts $17M suit will be retried, 10/13/88, 4B
    • Billions at stake in case before U.S. Supreme Court, 3/26/91, 1A
    • Cancer Society says jury convicted a killer--cigarettes, 9/26/90, 1B
    • Cigarette-cancer suit retrial begins, 9/4/90, 1B
    • Cigarettes killed Nathan Horton, 1/2/88, 1B
    • Closing arguments begin, 1/28/88, 1B
    • Consultant talks of jury tampering, lawyer claims, 7/19/88, 1A
    • Contacting jury not crime, 3/11/88, 3B
    • Hearing delayed on jury charges, 2/23/88, 2B
    • Horton feared sleeping at night, 1/20/88, 1A
    • Horton spent last month in agony, widow testifies, 9/15/90, 2B
    • Horton trial ominous to tobacco companies, 9/16/90, 1B
    • Horton's family wins lawsuit, but is awarded no money, 9/25/90, 1A
    • Horton's lawyer Don Barrett undaunted by jury decision, 9/26/90, 1B
    • Horton's medical history, 1/27/88, 1B
    • Hortons file motions, 2/19/88, 1B
    • Jackson woman Sue Schiro can sue tobacco companies, 1/1/93, 3B
    • Judge Bogen won't delay lawsuit, 5/21/93, 3B
    • Judge cites interference, 1/16/88, 1B
    • Judge says Horton's family injected race into case, 4/24/90, 1A
    • Jury to get case on Monday, 9/23/90, 1B; 10/27/90, 3B
    • Jury tries for verdict, 1/29/88, 1A
    • Laurel barber sues over second-hand smoke, 10/24/92, 1B; 10/30/92, 3B
  • CIGARETTE SMOKERS' LAWSUITS
    • LAUREL MAN'S SUIT OVER SECONDHAND SMOKE, 2/7/93, 1A, 1E, 7E; 3/20/93, 4B
  • Cigarette smokers' lawsuits
    • Lawyer claims hazards unknown years ago, 9/7/90, 2B
    • Lawyer's office fire may delay retrial, 3/21/90, 3B
    • Mistrial declared, 1/30/88, 1A
    • More jury tampering charges, 8/25/88, 1A
    • New judge to hear case, 5/26/88, 1B
    • New judge to hear jury case, 5/26/88, 1B
    • New trial site to be named, 4/25/90, 3B
    • One vote short of victory, 2/5/88, 2B
    • Plaintiffs want new jury after break-in, 3/1/90, 1A
    • Reagan's doctor testifies, 1/12/88,
    • Reagan's physician may testify, 1/5/88, 1A
    • Results due in jury tampering, 3/10/88, 1A
    • Results due in jury tampering investigation, 3/10/88, 2B
    • Retrial to begin against cigarette maker, 4/22/90, 1A
    • Smith trial: Bogen says cigarette inherently dangerous, 5/13/93, 1A
    • Smith trial: Both sides line up experts, 6/10/93, 3B
    • Smith trial: family loses suit, 6/18/93, 1A
    • Smith trial: jury selected in Greenville, 6/9/93, 3B
    • Smith trial: to be in Greenville, 5/20/93, 1B
    • Smith trial: tobacco companies present defense, 6/16/93, 3B
    • Smokers finding little sympathy with juries, 6/21/93, 1B
    • Suit filed for daughter, 1/12/88, 3B
    • To hold hearing, 7/1/88, 1B
    • To hold hearing on jury case, 7/1/88, 1B
    • Tobacco firms dread backlash, 1/24/88, 1B
    • Trial delayed, judge sick, 1/26/88, 3B
  • Cigarette smokers' lawsuits SEE ALSO Butler, Burl
  • Cigarette smokers' lawsuits (Mike Moore) SEE Cigarette smoking, Mississippi
  • Cigarette smoking, Biloxi
    • Smoking discouraged but not punished in city buildings, 11/22/88, 3B
  • Cigarette smoking, Columbus
    • School Board bans smoking by teachers in schools, 4/14/90, 5B
  • Cigarette smoking, Hattiesburg
    • No-smoking policy at jail working, 10/19/93, 3B
  • Cigarette smoking, Hinds County
    • Bans in offices, 3/31/90, 5B; 4/11/89, 1B; 5/3/89, 1B; 8/28/89, 2B
    • Board of Supervisors bans in Board Room, 4/4/89, 1A
  • Cigarette smoking, Jackson
    • Anita Ludwig's HI I Quit Cigarettes, 3/20/91, 1D
    • Ban in city-owned buildings will be enforced, 6/29/90, 1B
    • City employees seek smoking area in public buildings, 8/16/90, 1B
    • House of Representatives members fight proposed smoking ban, 4/27/91, 1B
    • Police may prohibit smoking in headquarters, 9/25/89, 1A; 9/30/89, 5B
    • Shopping malls greatly limit cigarette smoking, 10/2/93, 5B
    • Smoke-free schools urged by committee, 9/29/90, 5B
    • Smokeout, 11/21/85, 14A; 11/22/85, 1B
      • Some workplaces already smoked out, 11/17/88, 8B
  • Cigarette smoking, Mississippi
    • 1994 revision of law prohibits sale to minors, 5/14/94, 1A
    • AG Moore asks court for damages in landmark suit, 12/20/94, 3B
    • AG Moore says get tough on retailers, 12/31/94, 3B
    • AG Moore seeks OK to push lawsuit, 12/19/94, 1B
    • AG Moore sues tobacco companies, 5/24/94, 1A; 6/21/94, 1B
    • AG Moore's suit...Fordice is not part of suit, 5/25/94, 1B
    • AG Moore's suit: more states may join, 11/1/94, 2B
    • Bill killed regulating smoking in public areas, 3/27/88, 1J
    • Legislator proposes fine for tobacco sale to minors, 11/15/90, 1B
    • Mississippi Tobacco-Free 2000 Coalition, 11/10/93, 1B
    • NonDependence Day to declare freedom from addiction, 7/2/89, 1C
    • Reeves urges no-smoking in all state buildings, 11/16/90, 3B
    • Reeves wants all state buildings smoke free, 5/20/93, 2B
    • Should state raise tobacco tax? (pro and con), 2/9/92, 1G
  • Cigarette smoking, Mississippi State University
    • Will enforce strict rules, 8/5/89, 1A
  • Cigarette smoking, Rankin County
    • 'No smoking' signs to go up in county buildings, 6/29/93, 1B
  • Cigarette smoking, US
    • 13th annual 'Smokeout' held, 11/16/89, 1B
    • Federal ban in all workplaces (Pro & Con), 4/10/94, 1G
    • Rates in U.S., 9/11/87, 1A
    • Supreme Court: tobacco companies can be sued in state courts, 6/25/92, 1A
  • Cimarron & Co
    • Cheri Sadler grows herbs for business, 9/12/88, 1C
  • Cinco de Mayo
    • Mexican national holiday, 5/2/91, 7E
  • Cinderella SEE Ballet Mississippi
  • Cindy's Catfish House
    • Restaurant review, 2/8/87, 1G
  • Cindy's Fish House
    • Restaurant review, 1/13/94, 4E
  • Cinema See Motion pictures
  • Cinema Tavern
    • Biloxi, 7/22/87, 1C
  • Cinema West
    • West Jackson double cinema reopens
      • Joe Mitchell, owner, 3/20/92, 1E
  • Circle K Stores SEE Convenience stores
  • Circuit clerks, Harrison County
    • Retiring Webb Lee accused of telling staff how to vote, 9/8/91, 5B
  • Circuit clerks, Hinds County
    • Deputy clerk Henry Brinston
      • A day in the life, 3/7/94, 1D
    • Supervisors cut funding for microfilming of documents, 8/4/89, 5B
  • Circuit clerks, Jackson County
    • Charges against Martin and Maples dropped, 6/17/92, 3B
    • DA wants charges against Martin and Maples dropped, 6/12/92, 3B
    • Grand jury recalled to study new Martin/Maples evidence, 6/23/92, 2B
    • Martin bills county for his election expenses, 10/12/91, 3B
    • Martin cuts case backlog as ordered by judge, 2/9/93, 3B
    • Martin paid wife $82,500 in '89-'90, 8/25/91, 3B; 8/27/91, 2B
    • Martin refusing to conduct March primaries, 1/29/92, 2B
    • Martin wants DA Koskela's indictment stopped, 9/25/91, 3B
    • Martin's clout seems to be pulling him through, 10/20/91, 4B
    • Probe of corruption charges against Martin continues, 10/4/91, 3B
    • Supervisors trim Martin's election campaign budget, 9/8/91, 5B
  • Circuit clerks, Madison County
    • Controversy ended; County hires Berkhalter, 6/30/94, 1B; 7/2/94, 4B
    • Deputy clerk Berkhalter files discrimination suit, 5/25/94, 2B
    • Rasberry to retire, 4/19/94, 5B
    • Smith resigns after only 2 months, 6/23/94, 4B
  • Circuit clerks, Mississippi
    • Bill would cap their salaries, 2/5/93, 1A; 3/10/93, 1B; 3/31/93, 1B
    • Highest paid, 4/16/94, 1A
    • House bill puts limit on salary, 3/14/92, 1A; 3/18/92, 3B
    • Legislators want to put limit on salaries, 9/12/89, 3B
    • Nancy W.Reed faces charges, 7/15/88, 1B
    • Pensions make difficulties for state retirement system, 5/1/93, 4B
    • Top salaries, 4/19/88, 3B
  • Circuit clerks, Neshoba County
    • Patterson to be audited, 10/4/93, 3B
  • Circuit clerks, Washington County
    • Audit, 3/18/88, 4B
  • Circuit Courts, Mississippi
    • Changes in district lines: DA vancancies, 5/28/94, 1A
  • Circuit preachers
    • Mississippi, 5/17/89, 1C
  • Circus
    • Child treated for heat exhaustion after being left in van, 6/21/90, 1A; 6/22/90, 5B
  • Cities and towns, Mississippi
    • Allowed to put population on highway signs, 7/24/91, 1B
    • As funding sources ebb, all face similar problems, 1/12/92, 1G
    • Bay St. Louis and Ocean Springs
      • Among '100 best..., 8/29/94, 1B, 3B
    • Best: Hattiesburg, Madison, Bay Springs, 7/17/93, 1A; 7/25/93, 1A, 1G
    • Changing since 1964-but at own pace, 6/18/89, H section
    • City cop; country cop; same crimes, 10/20/91, 1A
    • Cleveland, Oxford, West Point on list of America's best, 3/14/93, 1A
    • How do you address residents?, 3/20/92, 1E
    • Jackson competing to be Enterprise Community, 6/18/94, 4B
    • List of dying towns, 6/26/88, 1H
    • Magee, Pass Christian and Pontotoc are thriving, 11/6/94, 1C
    • Money Magazine survey ranks Biloxi high, Jackson very low, 8/23/90, 1A
    • Most liveable:Bay St. Louis etc...profiles, 7/10/94, 1G
    • Most liveable:Bay St. Louis, Clinton, Tupelo, 6/30/94, 1A; 7/10/94, 1A
    • MSU conference on architecture of small towns, 10/9/90, 1D
    • Must turn to business for funding, consultant says, 4/18/90, 6B
    • Old school house, 12/26/86, 1B
    • Rural towns need aggressive economic policies, 8/6/89, 1H
    • Small towns: sharing, helping part of life, 9/16/91, 1A
    • State cities good buy for business travelers, 6/21/89, 6B
    • Traditional business closings one afternoon a week, 10/2/94, 1E
    • Various Mississippi municipalities---Since '64, 6/18/89, 1H
    • West Point, Oxford and Cleveland on best small towns list, 2/5/93, 7B
    • With lagging economics, many fighting to stay alive, 1/10/94, 1A
  • Cities and towns, US
    • Raleigh/Durham ranked best in US; Jackson is #123 (or is it #122?), 8/18/94, 5B
    • Study: sun belt cities to shine brightly in 1990s, 10/12/90, 2A
  • Citizen Bee
    • Student contest on civic knowledge, 3/31/92, 4B
  • Citizens Advocating Responsible Economics SEE CARE
  • Citizens Advocating Responsible Economics (CARE) SEE Lottery
  • Citizens Bank and Trust
    • Belzoni
      • Buys Flora and Bentonia banks, 11/21/92, 5B
      • Buys Southwest Mississippi Corp, 5/19/94, 5B
  • Citizens Council
    • Gone forever, William J. Simmons says, 1/7/93, 1A
    • Is its demise a sign of progress in state race relations?, 1/24/94, 1B
  • Citizens for a Better Community
    • Greenwood group's beer ban at festivals rejected, 10/22/92, 3B
  • Citizens for a Healthy Environment SEE Stennis Space Center
  • Citizens Nation Bank (Pascagoula)
    • Acquired by SouthTrust (Birmingham), 12/9/94, 6B
  • Citizens National Bank (Hammond, La) SEE Deposit Guaranty
  • Citizens Police Academy for Youth
    • At downtown headquarters, 7/13/94, 1B
  • City attorney (Canton) SEE Canton, Mississippi
  • City attorney (Clinton) SEE Aultman, Rosemary
  • City attorney (Greenwood)
    • Mayor/city attorney flap runs up $70,655 bill, 1/30/92, 3B
  • City attorney (Greenwood) SEE ALSO Schissel, Luke
  • City attorney (Jackson) SEE Moore, Matthew
  • City auditorium SEE Municipal Auditorium
  • City Clerk, Jackson
    • Pamela Taylor named over acting clerk Allyne Evans, 11/23/94, 1B; 11/24/94, 4B
  • City contracts, Jackson
    • Vendors finding process and politics not worth the effort, 4/1/94, 1A
  • City Council
    • $850,000 loan,18 layoffs, 5/26/88, 1A
    • 3 members want office complex, 3/4/88, 1A
    • 4 on Council volunteer for drug testing, 5/26/93, 4B
    • 6 of 7 seek reelection in May elections, 4/2/93, 5B
    • Appoints 2 to Municipal Election Commission, 12/8/93, 2B
    • Appropriates funds for city day-care and summer jobs, 6/8/94, 2B
    • Armstrong likely to be next president, 7/19/92, 1A
    • Armstrong not running for mayor, 9/21/88, 1B
    • Armstrong takes over gavel, 7/6/94, 1A; 7/30/94, 1A
    • Armstrong's bid for presidency ends; he backs Foster, 7/25/92, 1A; 7/29/92, 1A
    • Armstrong's bid for presidency; deadlock leaves Foster in charge, 7/8/92, 1B
    • Armstrong's bid for presidency; Foster's legacy as president, 7/19/92, 1B
    • Armstrong: stiff penalties for handguns, 11/2/87, 1A
    • Awards "Jackson Advocate" ad contract, 12/28/88, 3B
    • Awards 20% of contracts to minorities, 1/20/88, 1B
    • Backs handgun, income tax bill, 1/6/88, 1B
    • Barrett races daily schedule, 11/29/87, 1E
    • Basketball game with Blackburn Middle School, 2/21/94, 1B
    • Black-majority Council vows for unity and progress, 6/14/93, 1A
    • Boyle tries to sell Maloney Bldg., 4/18/88, 1B
    • Boyles & Roan:No pay for autopsy, 8/24/88, 4B
    • Boyles wants to revise historic preservation plan, 11/8/88, 1A
    • Boyles will not seek reelection, 2/4/93, 3B
    • Budget chief wants to go slow on jail expansion, 1B; 1/6/89
    • Chairs taken to satisfy judgment in lawsuit, 8/26/89, 1A; 8/28/89, 1B; 8/31/89, 2B
    • Chairs to be returned, 9/6/89, 1B; 11/23/89, 3B
    • Chart with members' positions, 6/16/85, 1B
    • City finds jobs for 12, 5/27/88, 1A
    • Completes 1st year (Review), 6/29/86, 1I
    • Council wants briefing on HUD report, 2/21/89, 1A
    • Councilmen attend Nat'l League of Cities convention, 12/6/88, 1B
    • Councilmen considering alternatives to local income tax, 1B; 1/6/89
    • Councilmen denounce mayor's legal ad action, 1A; 1/26/89
    • Councilmen hire lawyer to fight ad lawsuit, 1A; 1/28/89
    • Cuts back on prgms;no car phones, 5.17.88, 1A
    • Dank's budget plan needs tax revenue, 7/15/88, 1A
    • Danks 2nd-hand car a "disgrace," 5/20/88, 3B
    • Danks hires ex-legislator as liaison, 2/4/88, 1B
    • Danks sees growing rift, 10/17/85, 1A
    • Danks speaks on new form of city govt, 7/2/85, 3B
    • Danks tries to lease '88 Lincoln, 2/15/88, 1B
    • Danks unfreezes merit raises, 7/27/88, 4B
    • Danks vetoes ad contract with "Jackson Advocate," 1/6/89; 2B
    • Danks vetos expansion of Civ.Ser.Com., 7/27/88, 3B
    • Danks/Council meets on $40.3M bond, 11/2/87, 1B
    • Danks:layoffs likely, 3/23/88, 1A
    • Danks:OK to pay Civil Service Commissioners, 8/20/88, 1B
    • Discusses new city budget, 8/25/89, 5B
    • Ditto's balanced budget to be studied, 8/24/89, 1A
    • Doris Smith loses primary to Kenneth Stokes, 5/4/89, 1A
    • Eager for harmony with new mayor, 5/21/89, 1B
    • Eager to work with new Mayor Ditto, 7/3/89, 1A
    • Election '85: Discussion, 6/2/85, 1J
    • Election '85: results, 6/5/85, 1A
    • Election '89, 4/9/89, 1A
    • Election '89 (Derwood Boyles), 4/10/89, 1B
    • Election '89 (Doris Smith)
      • 4/20/89, 3B, 4/20/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Erik Fleming), 4/5/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Kenneth Stokes), 4/22/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Louis Armstrong), 4/10/89, 1B; 4/16/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Marcia Weaver), 6/4/89, 1B
    • Election '89 (Margaret Barrett), 4/16/89, 3B; 4/20/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Ponto Downing), 4/5/89, 3B
    • Election '89 (Vern Gavin), 4/22/89, 3B
    • Election '89: Candidate proposes review board on police discipline, 2B; 2/2/89
    • Election '89: Roan retains seat, 6/7/89, 1A
    • Election '89: Weaver wins in close race, 6/7/89, 1A
    • Election '93: Brown/Calhoun runoff, 5/16/93, 4B
    • Election '93: Calhoun beats Brown, 5/19/93, 6A; 5/25/93, 5B
    • Election '93: Calhoun victory gives Council black majority, 6/9/93, 7A
    • Election '93: general Fall election, 6/6/93, 1A
    • Election '93: results, 5/5/93, 1A, 12A
    • Election '93: voter's guide, 5/2/93, 2G+
    • EPA to keep $535,000 frozen til dispute settled, 3/3/89, 1A
    • Facing $6Million deficit by October, 5/20/88, 1A
    • Firefighters group may insure Council members, 4/18/91, 4B
    • Forum: citizens restate grievances, 12/6/93, 3B
    • Foster again elected president, 7/7/93, 1A
    • Foster facing re-election, 7/7/87, 3B
    • Foster named standin for Ditto, 6/24/93, 4B
    • Freeze on city job vacancies, 6/7/89, 1B; 6/13/89, 1A; 6/14/89, 1A
    • Handgun bill targets homicide rate, 11/16/87, 1B
    • Has $600,000 wish list, 9/14/89, 2B
    • Holds back funding of additional DA office investigator, 9/30/92, 4B
    • House passes bill allowing each member an office, 2/6/90, 2B
    • Job bank to help laid off workers, 5/12/88, 1A
    • Leaders address budget crisis, 3/14/88, 1A
    • Line item reports hold budget in line, 10/5/88, 1A
    • Loans, layoffs will get OK, 5/25/88, 1A
    • Marcia Weaver wins primary after recount, 5/4/89, 1A
    • Martin challenges Roan for council post, 11/21/92, 4B
    • May cut back its spending, 7/18/88, 1A
    • Mayor drives confiscated car, 5/16/88, 1B
    • Most members retain seats in election, 5/3/89, 1A
    • New climate better for bills, 1/21/88, 3B
    • New council sworn in, 7/2/85, 1A
    • New hotel would put squeeze on market, 3/4/88, 1A
    • No appeal for ruling on back pay, 7/9/88, 1A
    • Offers reward in deaths of Evelyn Jefferson and Keiana Wright, 7/26/89, 3B
    • OKs $34,000 for utility lines into Madison County, 3/6/91, 5B
    • OKs $64.7 Million budget for 1989, 9/24/88, 1A
    • Pinching pennies, facing cuts, 4/21/88, 1B
    • President and vice-president to be selected, 7/5/94, 1B
    • Press group tells Jackson to rethink legals contract, 12/29/88, 3B
    • Proceedings on public access channel, 8/17/89, 1A
    • Property tax would hit officials, 7/19/88, 1A
    • Proposes hiring budget consultant, 8/19/87, 1B
    • Refuses contract to Ernst and Whinney---lack of black employees, 8/9/89, 3B
    • Reorganization gets mixed reviews, 6/18/85, 1B
    • Sales tax windfall could nix tax hike, 6/1/88, 2B
    • Says a Mabus executive order could ease jail crowding, 7/25/90, 3B
    • Says city must settle dispute with EPA without significant costs, 2/22/89, 1A
    • Seeks joint meetings with Hinds Board of Supervisors, 7/4/90, 3B
    • Seeks privitization proposals, 6/2/88, 2B
    • Split on income tax plan, 2/11/88, 1A
    • Stalls on spending Grand Gulf settlement windfall, 7/25/90, 1B
    • Stokes is new head of budget committee, 7/8/94, 1B
    • Stokes seeks raises for mayor and city council, 9/14/92, 1A
    • Studies park office complex plan, 3/1/88, 1A
    • Support income tax, 11/21/88, 1B
    • Takes over bus system, cancels contract, 12/2/89, 1A
    • Talks tax increases, 10/3/88, 1A
    • Teamwork retreat with Mayor Ditto at Eola Hotel, 12/8/93, 1A
    • To lobby legislators, 2/12/88, 1B
    • To study ordinance prohibiting housing discrimination, 6/6/89, 1A
    • Traffic ticket dismissals, 4/14/88, 1B
    • Votes pay raises for City Clerk Office workers, 9/21/89, 1B
    • Votes to hire budget director, 8/26/87, 1B
    • Wants budget, 8/12/87, 1B
    • Wants water billing probe, 3/30/88, 1B
    • Weaver aims at Ward 6 job--Roan's seat, 3/23/93, 1B
    • Weaver worried about computer system, 12/9/87, 3B
    • Weaver: Danks, Police Chief are hurting my image, 1B; 1/24/89
    • Won't use massive layoffs, 5/13/88, 1A
    • Wrestles with budget crunch, 3/17/88, 1B
  • City Court
    • Jackson
      • Defendants say the darnedest things, 7/1/90, 1E
  • City employees, Canton
    • Aldermen retract pay raises: Scott asks for resignations, 10/19/94, 4B
    • Workers fix private cars at city garage, 6/16/92, 1B; 7/22/92, 1B
  • City employees, Canton SEE ALSO Kraft, Ernest 'Gus'
  • City employees, Clinton
    • Budget calls for pay raise, 9/12/91, 4B
  • City employees, Greenwood
    • To get 4% pay raise, 8/24/91, 3B
  • City employees, Jackson
    • Administrators taught job-interviewing techniques, 6/8/91, 5B
    • City Council defeats 3% raise plan, 9/21/94, 1B
    • City Council members favor residence requirement, 2/7/90, 1B; 2/13/90, 3B
    • City Council reverses itself; grants 3% pay raise, 9/28/94, 1A
    • Ditto's praise designed to ease 3% pay hikes, 12/20/94, 5B
    • Emergency operations workers Fisher and Moore sue city, 10/21/92, 4B
    • Given birthday holiday in lieu of raise, 10/27/93, 1A
    • Inequity in men, women's clerks' pay, 3/14/90, 1B
    • Insurance is upped about 20%, 4/25/90, 5B
    • Officials may require city residence, 1/24/90, 5B; 9/25/89, 1A
    • Preventive medical plan, 12/2/94, 5B
    • Residency requirement brought up again, 11/8/94, 1B
    • Say where they live not relevant to job, 2/14/90, 5B
    • Stokes seeking pay raise for mayor, Council members, 9/14/92, 1A
    • Those serving in Gulf war honored, 7/24/91, 4B
  • City employees, Mississippi
    • Weaver wants them to be given their birthday off, 8/19/93, 4B
  • City employees, Vicksburg
    • Union thanks mayor for pay raise, 12/2/93, 3B
  • City garage
    • Stokes says site ideal for convention center, 12/10/94, 5B
    • Watchdog unit formed to stop thefts, 4/29/86, 1A
  • City government
    • Ditto retains MGT firm to evaluate, 6/22/89, 1B
  • City Grocery
    • Oxford
      • Restaurant review, 7/28/94, 4E
  • City income tax, Jackson
    • City income tax possible under new bill, 2/24/88, 1B
    • Councilmen considering alternatives to proposed local taxes, 1B; 1/6/89
    • House panel to hear pros & cons, 3/30/88, 1A
  • City Shoe Repair Shop
    • Owner Alvin Shockley
      • How's business?, 1/19/93, 6B
  • City/county funding controversy
    • SEE Jackson/Hinds County funding controversy
  • Citywide Coalition for a Progressive Jackson
    • 2nd group forms rival effort, 5/7/92, 1B
    • Accuses Ditto and Johnson of dividing vote, 2/2/93, 5B
    • E.C. Foster: 'whole community commitment', 5/17/92, 1G
    • Holds first rally, 8/9/92, 3B
    • Hopes for black mayor, 4/12/92, 1A
    • Its policy of segregation is 'racism', 5/31/92, 3G
  • Citywide Coalition for A Progressive Jackson
    • May meeting brings out white candidates, 4/12/92, 1G
  • Citywide Coalition for a Progressive Jackson
    • Meeting takes first step, 4/18/92, 1B; 4/19/92, 1A
    • Shamsid-Deen adamant: no whites, 5/12/92, 1B
    • Whites living in black areas welcomed, 5/19/92, 1B
  • Citywide Coalition for a Progressive Jackson SEE ALSO People's Grassroots Convention
  • Citywide Coalition for a Progressive Jackson SEE ALSO Shamsid-Deen, Ali
  • Civic Communications Corp
    • Gets FCC approval to buy Texas stations, 2/22/89, 8B
  • Civil damage lawsuits SEE Sovereign immunity
  • Civil disturbance
    • Patrolman Rainey transfered because of his conduct on Maple Street, 9/4/92, 3B
  • Civil disturbances
    • Chief Wilson mediates with Maple Street residents, 8/8/92, 1A, 1B
    • Police/residents confrontation at Maple Street Apartments, 8/7/92, 1A
  • Civil rights
    • 1960s movement being sidetracked
      • Shelby Steele, author, 8/30/92, 1G
    • Activists urge students to separate fact, fiction, 2/21/89, 1B
    • Eyes in the Prize, Part II to air in January 1990, 8/25/89, 1C
    • Local leaders happy over U.S.House passage of bill, 6/6/91, 17A
    • Meridian
      • Hearing on employment discrimination, 4/13/89, 1B
    • Neshoba Co.
      • "Reverse Freedom Caravan" recalls 3 slain 25 yrs ago, 12/1/88, 1B
    • New York Times article on state is 'fair', 7/24/89, 1A
    • Older activists search ways to pass torch, 11/12/89, 1A
    • University of Mississippi symposium, 3/29/89, 1B; 4/1/89, 1B; 4/2/89, 1A; 4/3/89, 1A
    • University of Mississippi to look back at civil rights battles, 1B; 1/28/89
  • Civil Rights Museum SEE National Civil Rights Museum
  • Civil Rights Research and Documentation Conference
    • And film 'Mississippi Burning', 4/20/89, 3B
    • Meets in Jackson, 4/22/89, 1B
  • Civil rights workers
    • 25th anniversary commemorated, 6/18/89, 1A+; 6/20/89, 1B; 6/21/89, 6/22/89, 1A
    • 30th anniversary: volunteers plan return to state, 4/29/94, 1B
    • Book examines civil rights era, 5/11/88, 1C
    • Chaney's brother and sister to establish job center, 1B; 1/17/89
    • Charges could still be filed in 1964 slayings, 1A; 1/9/89
    • Cochran and Lott will not sign resolution honoring, 6/28/89, 1B
    • Department of Archives and History OKs marker, 5/6/89, 1B
    • Disk jockey raises money for marker, 1A; 1/13/89
    • Evidence of 1964 slayings may be lost, 1/10/89, 1A
    • Former NAACP chief calls for trial in 1964 killings, 1B; 1/13/89
    • Forums in Jackson to focus on Mississippi civil rights workers, 9/28/90, 3B
    • Freedom House in Canton was a sanctuary, 9/17/94, 1A, 1B
    • House honors 3 slain civil rights workers, 3/21/89, 1A
    • Jackson woman hid Alan Lerner in home in 1964, 6/23/89, 1A
    • JSU man's name to go on monument, 1A; 1/23/89
    • Justice Department should examine other cases after Beckwith, 2/3/94, 11A
    • Lawyer did not take FBI payoff in 1964, son says, 1A; 1/5/8
    • Marker planned for slain workers, 1B; 2/2/89
    • Memorial is dedicated in Montgomery, Alabama, 11/6/89, 1A
    • Memorial to Lamar Smith of Brookhaven, 10/30/89, 1B
    • Mississippi's violent past
      • Unsolved slayings listed, 3/7/94, 7A
    • Moore says most in state want Philadelphia case reopened, 6/28/89, 3B
    • NAACP urges reopening of unsolved civil rights slaying cases, 12/23/90, 1A
    • New story emerges on how bodies were discovered, 8/26/90, 3H
    • No Easy Journey...Claiborne County (exhibit), 12/2/94, 1A; 12/4/94, 1B
    • Paid informant Olen Burrage led FBI to bodies, 8/1/89, 1A
    • Relatives honor slain civil rights workers, 3/8/89, 1A
    • Remembering helps heal city, 6/22/89, 1B
    • Reopening of probe in 1964 slayings, 1/5/90, 3B; 6/18/89, 1A; 6/20/89, 1A
    • State spied on Michael Schwerner, 9/10/89, 1A
    • Tracking criminals likened to Nazi hunt, some say, 3/28/94, 1A
  • Civil rights workers SEE ALSO Freedom riders
  • Civil Service Commission
    • Jackson
      • Proposal to expand it to 7 persons, 1/26/93, 5B
  • Civil War
    • Battle of Raymond significant, 6/19/88, 7F
    • Battle reenactors forced to switch, 2/16/88, 1B
    • C&D Jarnagin Company of Corinth makes military uniforms, 8/11/91, 1E
    • Clinton man Kevin Williams pleads guilty to digging up artifacts, 8/18/91, 2B
    • Corinth area: cistern used by Corona College?, 4/25/93, 4B
    • Corinth marker to honor war dead, 10/4/92, 2B
    • Drought is boon for relic hunters, 7/3/88, 3B
    • Enthusiasts re-enact Battle of Brice's Crossroads, 6/10/91, 1A
    • Gravesites at Raymond, 5/10/87, 1B
    • Live cannon rounds used in Greenwood reenactment, 3/17/92, 3B
    • Looking back, newspapers of the period, 3/15/87, 1C
    • Louisiana men get 3-year probation in relics theft, 7/27/91, 3B
    • National Guard studies sites, 8/22/87, 1A
    • Re-enactor Nathan Friday of Jackson, 8/11/91, 1E
    • Re-enactors recapture glory and agony, 3/31/91, 1F
    • Relics collection, 4/17/87, 1C
    • Seabury's diary tells of wartime in Columbus, 8/4/91, 2B
    • Siege of Vicksburg re-enacted, 5/30/94, 1A; 7/3/95, 1B
    • State launches Civil War tourism campaign, 2/17/91, 1G
    • Trial set for Louisiana men charged with theft of relics, 5/21/91, 1B; 12/8/90, 1B
    • Unknown dead, 5/31/88, 1B
    • Vicksburg battle reenacted, 6/25/89, 1F; 7/2/89, 1A
    • Vicksburg siege reenacted, 7/4/88, 1B
  • Civil War SEE ALSO Postlethwaite, Samuel
  • Civil War SEE ALSO Vicksburg National Military Park
  • Civil War Weekend
    • Vicksburg, 7/7/91, 1B
  • Civilian Conservation Corps SEE U.S. Civilian...
  • Civilian Police Academy
    • Jackson
      • First class of older residents, 6/22/93, 1B
      • Training but no badge, 2/23/93, 1A; 2/28/93, 1B; 3/7/93, 1B
  • Claiborne County
    • Claiborne jailer suspended, 8/11/88, 2B
    • Judge quashes job training program, 5/8/90, 3B
    • Tax collector Evan Doss says he will close down office, 12/29/89, 1B
  • Claiborne County Homecoming
    • Funding of homecoming celebration is opposed, 7/27/93, 3B; 8/6/93, 3B
    • Picketed, 8/16/93, 2B
  • Claiborne County Hospital
    • Lawsuit filed in Christmas Day 1990 death of Perry Reed, 6/15/92, 1B
  • Claiborne County Public Schools
    • Accused of training fiasco, 5/21/86, 1A
    • Biracial committee studies redesigning of schools, 4/29/92, 2B
    • Board members break ethics law, 10/10/86, 1B
    • Can't pay teachers, 5/18/86, 1A
    • Chancellor
      • Funds misspent, 10/31/87, 1B
    • Cited for 26 accreditation violations, 5/4/94, 1A
    • District accused of training fiasco, 5/21/86, 1A
    • FBI questions contractor, 11/1/86, 1A
    • Get $344,000 after judge nullifies board contract, 7/19/90, 1B
    • New superintendent: Progress, 3/1/3/88, 1A
    • Schools may go broke, 12/12/87, 1B
    • To block tax referendum, 5/24/86, 1A
    • Trustees must take sides in dispute, 7/23/86, 1B
  • Claiborne County vocational center SEE Vocational education
  • Claiborne Vineyards
    • Indianola
      • Weekend getaway, 9/12/91, 3E
  • Claiborne, Craig
    • New book-"Southern Cooking," 10/8/87, 1F
    • NYT food critic on catfish, 5/14/87, 1F
    • Top chefs honor Claiborne, 5/26/88, 6F
  • Claiborne, Phillip
    • Jackson policeman, J-COP leader, arrested on DUI charge, 6/8/93, 1B; 8/4/93, 4B
    • Policeman returns to work following DUI suspension, 9/9/93, 3B
  • Clairborne, Phillip
    • Appeal on suspension turned down, 2/22/94, 5B
  • Clanton Flea Market
    • Fall 1991: record crowd of 50,000+, 10/11/91, 1B
  • Clanton, Bobby
    • Advises cutting school administrators salaries, 6/29/91, 2B
    • Flowood Republican may run for governor, 2/20/91, 3B
    • He and wife have new baby daughter, 7/15/91, 1B
    • His suit against Rankin County Republicans is rejected, 6/26/92, 4B
    • Republican poised to enter governor's race, 5/7/91, 3B
    • Says state needs new breed of leader, 8/21/91, 1B
  • Clanton, Bobby SEE ALSO Governor's race, 1991
  • Clapp, Kathryn
    • Jackson native on archaelogical dig in Saudi Arabia, 3/3/92, 1D
  • Clapp, Roger
    • Rankin County chancery judge gets help in paperwork jam, 7/8/92, 4B
  • Clarion-Ledger
    • 150th anniversary issue
      • 5/31/87
    • All-Star Seniors
      • Paper picks top local high school seniors, 5/2/94, 1A; 5/6/94, 1A
    • Anniversary
      • 2/18/87, 1A
    • Court upholds dismissal, 5/26/88, 1B
    • Downing named managing editor, 6/15/93, 1B
    • Employee Marie Cliburn resigns in wake of accounting problems, 4/14/90, 1B
    • Ex-controller Daniels says he inflated ad revenues, 3/23/90, 1A
    • Financial information now available by fax, 11/23/94, 5B
    • Former controller O.J. Daniels is charged, 4/13/90, 1A
    • Four sue paper for overtime compensation, 5/26/89, 1B
    • Glass window broken, worker reports shots, 5/21/92, 4B
    • Hal Boyle Award among 14 won by newspaper, 5/19/91, 2B
    • Healthbeat, monthly magazine, 5/17/94, 6B
    • Honored in Best of Gannett competition, 10/29/90, 4B
    • Judged best daily in state in its circulation category, 6/20/93, 4B
    • Letters to the editor in 1989 (list), 12/24/89, 1H
    • McCallister is named president and publisher, 11/8/91, 1A
    • Mississippi Press Association honor, 6/19/94, 1B
    • Names Enstad advertising director, 9/16/90, 1G
    • Names Nate Ruffin human resources director, 3/17/91, 1G
    • New business editor is Joe Dove, 4/19/94, 1B
    • New format, 7/31/88, 1H
    • Pick a Pet feature, 5/12/94, 1D
    • Plant expansion, 2/23/94, 5B; 2/24/94, 1A; 11/23/94, 5B
    • Public meetings scheduled to gauge 'city's heartbeat', 5/15/92, 1B
    • Reader editorial board, 9/25/94, 1G
    • Receives 1st amendment award, 11/17/85, 1A
    • Religious pages win 3rd place in national contest, 5/1/94, 1B
    • Reporter is detained by striking Georgia-Pacific workers, 7/17/89, 1A
    • Requests DA probe of financial irregularities, 3/31/90, 1A; 4/5/90, 4B
    • Robert E. Robbins named president, 12/2/87, 1A
    • Shafer is named president, publisher, 3/22/90, 1A
    • Takes 10 awards in regional news/photo contest, 4/18/93, 3B
    • Weather coverage augmented with help from JSU meteorology classes, 8/17/92, 1A
    • Wins 2 top awards at Press Association meeting, 6/16/91, 2B
    • Wins 3 Best of Gannett awards, 10/3/89, 1B
    • Wins AP regional award for Sovereignty Commission stories, 5/6/90, 1B
    • Wins award for excellence, 6/15/86, 1B
    • Wins series award on state economy, 6/3/86, 1A
    • Wins top prize given by State Press Association, 6/24/90, 3B
    • Won't object decision on legal ads to Jackson Advocate, 11/9/89, 5B
  • Clark Creek natural area
    • Impact of drilling felt, 8/18/86, 1A
  • Clark, Betty SEE Clark, Roger and Betty
  • Clark, Charles
    • Circuit Court of Appeals judge to retire, 7/10/91, 1B
  • Clark, David
    • Announces for Attorney General post; blasts Moore, 7/10/91, 1B
    • Announces for Attorney General; Moore's first opponent, 7/3/91, 1B
    • Candidate for AG would target drug kingpins, 8/6/91, 1B
    • Rankin Co. DA makes waves, 4/30/88, 1B
    • Says AG Moore's white-collar crime unit riddled with corruption, 8/27/91, 3B
  • Clark, Edna McConnell Foundation SEE Edna McConnell...
  • Clark, Eric
    • Welcomes final vindication, 1/24/88, 3H
  • Clark, Eric (Burglary suspect) SEE Stracener, Charles
  • Clark, Howard
    • Donates $8000 to opponent of man who kept him off College Board, 8/1/92, 1B
    • His appointment to College Board is controversial, 4/27/92, 1A
    • Resigns Democratic Party post, 6/8/94, 1B
    • Scott County Democratic chairman appears in Lott ad
      • Party not pleased, 6/7/94, 1B
  • Clark, Janet
    • Ditto aide living in Madison County, 1/3/90, 1A
    • Resigns as Ditto's policy coordinator, 8/29/90, 5B
  • Clark, Jay
    • Appointed by Fordice as head of Highway Patrol, 12/21/91, 1B
  • Clark, Joe
    • Former NJ principal is motivational speaker at MDCC, 3/5/94, 1B
  • Clark, Kate Freeman
    • Holly Springs Artist, 3/2/86, 1F
  • Clark, Lewis
    • Gospel music radio show host accused of sexual battery, 2/27/92, 1B
  • Clark, Mary Cay SEE Academic All-American Team...
  • Clark, Mitchell
    • Bond is halved for suspect in jail since January 11 with no trial, 7/28/94, 1B
  • Clark, Obie
    • Attorney claims politics in charges, 7/13/88, 3B
    • Jury acquits, 7/15/88, 1A
  • Clark, Paul B SEE Milk
  • Clark, Robert
    • Announces for speaker pro tempore, 1/1/92, 1A; 10/17/91, 2B; 10/25/91, 2B
    • Black legislator's break with Legislative Black Caucus, 3/18/90, 3H
    • Elected House Speaker pro tem, 1/8/92, 1A
    • Veteran lawmaker will run for state Senate, 5/31/91, 1B
  • Clark, Roger and Betty
    • Mentally retarded couple's marriage, 2/18/91, 1A, 6A; 8/23/91, 1A
  • Clark, Roy SEE Ministers---Rankin County
  • Clark, Tena
    • Mississippi Composer, 8/9/85, 1C
  • Clark, Tommy
    • Brandon athlete dies, 6/30/86, 1B
  • Clark, Wayne
    • Ocean Springs retiree carves fish and birds from wood, 1/13/92, 1B
  • Clark, Will
    • Clark takes charge, 6/23/88, 1E
    • Together again:Clark and Palmeiro reunite, 7/12/88, 1C
  • Clarkdale School
    • 9 students must transfer, official rules, 1/21/95, 4B; 12/11/94, 6B
    • District seeks federal intervention, 10/29/94, 2B
    • Parents fight transfer to Enterprise school, 8/25/94, 1B; 8/29/94, 1A; 9/19/94, 2B
  • Clarke College
    • Baptist Board denies funding increase, 9/3/88, 1C
    • Baptists boost college funding, 11/16/88, 3B
    • Baptists maintain support despite accreditation problems, 11/14/91, 3B
    • Closing reaffirmed at Baptist convention, 11/11/92, 1B
    • Financial problems, 11/12/86, 1B,11/8/86, 1C
    • Financial problems land it on probation, 12/31/88, 1D
    • Funding for college to be topic at MS Baptist Convention, 11/12/88, 1C
    • Future of college to be told today, 11/15/88, 3B
    • Learning to survive, 8/20/88, 1C
    • Possible reopening discussed at state Baptist convention, 10/31/92, 1D; 11/7/92, 1G
    • Sale to state for confinement facility is opposed, 3/20/94, 2B
    • Seeks bigger portion of funding, 2/6/88, 1C
    • To shut down, 3/26/92, 1A; 5/13/92, 1A
    • Use sought for abandoned campus, 5/10/93, 1B
  • Clarke County Public Schools SEE Clarkdale School
  • Clarke, Chris
    • Is Mr.Mom for 3 years with newborn daughter, 10/22/93, 5B
  • Clarke, Frank SEE Mississippi/Alabama Education Improvement Project
  • Clarke, William
    • Brings his harmonica blues to W.C. Don's, 1/29/91, 1D
  • Clarksdale Police Department
    • Officers vindicated in slaying of Foster Epps, 5/29/91, 2B
  • Clarksdale Public Schools
    • Citizens' group urges boycott to get black superintendent, 4/22/92, 2B
    • Weedon opposed by black parents, 7/23/92, 3B; 7/26/92, 2B
  • Clarksdale, Mississippi
    • Attempts to attract industry, 7/23/87, 8B
    • Businesses to get Chinese blessing
      • 2/2/89; 8B
    • Chemical fire evacuation, 11/27/85, 1A
    • Economic problems, 6/8/87, 1B
    • Investigators seek clues to day-care center fire, 8/10/88, 1B
    • Man arrested in '87 fatal shooting of his wife, 3/15/89, 3B
    • Man gets 20 years for child abuse in day care center, 8/11/88, 2B
    • Mayor Jon Mayo, 2/15/87, 1A
    • Union Planters acquires bank in Clarksdale, 7/23/88, 8B
  • Class reunions
    • The Reunion Company
      • Sharon Stewart, owner, 7/19/93, 1D
  • Classrooms
    • Bid rigging indictment may slow Head Start openings, 8/11/89, 2B
    • Bovina man sentenced twice in bid-rigging, 5/22/90, 3B
    • Hattiesburg man reported bid rigging scheme, 8/11/89, 1A
    • Indictments in portable classroom bid-rigging, 8/10/89, 1A; 8/11/89, 1A
    • Judge: Mike Moore broke rules discussing evidence, 8/17/89, 1A
    • Man accused of bid-rigging gives refunds to Head Start, 8/23/89, 1A
    • Portable classrooms: noise a problem, 8/25/94, 4B
    • Schools should look closely before buying, 8/11/89, 2B
    • State approves 76 class limit exemptions, 10/17/92, 2B
    • Two accused of bid-rigging given probation, 5/23/90, 3B
  • Clay
    • Court rules builder is liable for Yazoo clay damage, 4/25/91, 1A
    • Mississippi
      • Geologist view as possibly valuable, 8/31/86, 5G
    • Ruling on Yazoo clay liability will likely hike home costs, 4/26/91, 6B
  • CLAY
    • YAZOO CLAY: ON SHAKY GROUND
      • (special series), 10/28-30/90
  • Clay County
    • Discovery of coal, gas could boost economy, 3/3/89, 8B
    • Geologists: Leasing costs up since coal discovery, 3/23/89, 8B
    • Sits on huge, untapped veins of coal, gas, 3/3/89, 1A, 8B
  • Clay County Sheriff's Department
    • Deputy arrested; drug conspiracy alleged, 8/8/90, 2B
  • Clay III, Henry
    • Replaces Patricia Hancock as city judge, 8/13/94, 4B
  • Clay, Edith Perry
    • Introduces her students to glories of Shakespeare, 9/7/90, 4B
  • Clay, Maude Schuyler
    • Photographer, 9/20/87, 1H
  • Clay, Tashara
    • 15-year-old Sunflower girl stabbed 62 times, 7/9/94, 1B, 3B; 7/10/94, 5B
    • Aubrey Pearson charged in slaying, 7/12/94, 3B
  • Clay, Tyophi SEE Turner, Robert
  • Clayton, Bach Luu SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • Clayton, Vashti
    • Watkins school teacher charged with slapping student, 4/16/92, 4B
  • Clayton, Willie SEE Homeless---Jackson
  • Clean Air Council
    • House approves panel required by Clean Air Act, 3/4/93, 5B
  • Cleaver, Eldridge
    • Speaks in Jackson, 12/20/85, 1B
  • Cleere will leave Board after Ayers settlement, 6/23/94, 1A
  • Cleere, Ray
    • Bill would suspend his tenure in university system, 1/31/93, 7B; 2/3/93, 3B; 2/10/93, 3B
    • Blast Legislature for colleges' woes, 8/17/90, 1A
    • Center for Higher Education post at USM, 5/12/95, 3B; 9/16/94, 1B; 10/21/94, 3B
    • Commissioner of Education, 3/19/87, 3B; 3/20/87, 1A; 11/22/87, 1F
    • Draws fire over funding at Ole Miss faculty senate, 12/7/91, 1B
    • Legislators want him fired over Hefner resignation, 1/15/91, 1A
    • Making do with smaller staff at Education and Research Center, 6/30/91, 1B
    • Meets with JSU students on schools' financial situation, 4/28/91, 1B
    • Plans to leave College Board after Ayers settlement, 6/23/94, 1A; 7/10/94, 1B
    • Says state has failed in hiring minority teachers, 7/13/90, 1A
  • Clegg, Billy Joe
    • Presidential candidate from Biloxi mixes politics and religion, 12/16/91, 1A
  • Clement, Cecile Brown SEE Cooking With Our Cousins
  • Clement, Clay
    • Tiny town of Improve will help find bone marrow donor, 2/20/90, 7B
  • Clements,Bill
    • Governor of Texas sullys Mississippi's business reputation, 4/7/89, 1B
  • Clemons, Chandler SEE Pizza murder
  • Clendenin, John SEE BellSouth
  • Clergy SEE Ministers
  • Clerks
    • Mississippi
      • Half miss income filing deadline, 4/16/86, 1A
      • House rejects putting clerks on salary, 2/18/88, 1B
      • Keep offices on fee system, 2/11/88, 1B
  • Cleveland Public Schools
    • Biracial committee: Black schools inferior, 5/11/88, 1A
    • District plans to offer advanced courses, 3/6/90, 4B
  • Cleveland Rice Mill
    • New owners; should reopen in 1994, 9/1/93, 5B
  • Cleveland, Glenda SEE Dahmer, Jeffrey
  • Cleveland, James
    • King of Gospel Music leads workshop in New Orleans, 8/16/89, 1D
  • Cleveland, James W
    • Ole Miss official pleads guilty to selling marijuana, 4/4/90, 1B
    • Ole Miss public information director
      • Arrested on drug charge, 9/27/89, 1B
    • Sentenced to probation, community service, 7/17/90, 1B
  • Cleveland, Mississippi
    • Officer kills man who shot him 7 times, 3/18/89, 1A
    • Schools plan to offer advanced courses, 3/6/90, 4B
    • State employment service fined $3 M, 10/20/88, 4B
  • Cliett, Susan
    • Brandon French and Spanish teacher is blind, 11/2/90, 4B
  • Cliff Notes
    • Taking the plunge, 11/21/89, 1D
  • Clifford, Kenneth B., 1/6/87, 1B; 1/7/87, 1A; 1/8/87, 1A
    • Escape, 12/8/87, 3B
    • Gets life in professor's death, 1/8/87, 1A
  • Clifton, Wayland
    • Candidate for Jackson police chief made false claims, 5/6/94, 1B; 5/10/94, 1B
    • Played football at Millsaps College for short time, 5/7/94, 1B
    • Says he's been questioned about taking Jackson police chief job, 3/29/94, 1A
  • Clifton-Burwell House
    • Antebellum home gutted by fire, 1/25/90, 1B
    • Baptist Church and preservation foundation at odds, 8/11/90, 5B
    • Group hopes to restore vintage home, 7/9/90, 1A
  • Clincy, Douglas SEE Carjackings
  • Cline's Restaurant
    • Mendenhall
      • Restaurant review, 11/13/88, 1F
  • Clingan, Carl
    • Bone-marrow transplant patient dies, 6/28/90, 5B
    • Pneumonia strikes hospitalized leukemia victim, 6/23/90, 3B; 6/25/90, 4B
    • Ridgeland helps man battle leukemia, 11/5/89, 1B; 12/2/89, 1/16/90, 1/20/90, all 5B
  • Clingon, Roy
    • Hattiesburg highway patrolman subject of 6 complaints, 3/25/91, 3B
  • Clinton Community Christian Corp
    • Buys headquarters building, 9/25/91, 4B; 11/23/91, 4B
    • Celebrates 20 years of service, 2/16/91, 5B
    • Clint Dona, founder, 11/7/92, 1D
  • Clinton Community Theater
    • Theater shoots for stars, 1C
  • Clinton Community Theatre
    • Debuts 'Laundry and Bourbon', 2/8/90, 1D
    • Moves to Madison, 12/5/89, 1D
  • Clinton Community Therater
    • Best Christmas Pageant Ever, 12/2/90, 1E
  • Clinton Country Manor
    • State agency may shut nursing home, 4/17/90, 1A; 4/18/90, 1B; 4/26/90, 1B
  • Clinton Fire Department
    • Chief wants intercom between stations, 11/29/89, 5B
    • City will temporarily answer rural fire calls, 3/1/91, 5B
    • Has permission to cross Jackson boundaries to fight fires, 1/10/92, 4B
    • Officials may seek more bids to build fire station, 1/17/89; 2B
    • Proposed revision in pay plan, 9/20/88,
  • Clinton First United Methodist Church
    • Youth choir to sing at Wrigley Field, 6/2/92, 1D
  • Clinton High School
    • Attache Choir wins national show choir competition, 3/31/92, 5B
    • Award-winning band heats up for homecoming, 10/17/91, 4B
    • Choir to sing at Disney World, 3/23/93, 4B
    • Gun found in student's car; charges to be made, 12/10/93, 4B
  • Clinton Junior High School
    • Art students recreate masterpieces, 1/29/91, 4B
  • Clinton Police Department
    • Chief Byington graduates from FBI Academy, 1/5/91, 5B
    • City hikes police budget, adds 3 officers, 9/17/94, 4B
    • Community policing program, 8/30/94, 5B
    • Design for new police station exceeds budget, 2/1/92, 4B; 6/4/91, 5B
    • Fleet now has 5 cars, a Blazer, 1/15/92, 4B
    • Houses will be moved to make way for new police station, 9/20/90, 5B
    • New headquarters by January 1993, 11/14/92, 4B
    • New police station and justice building opens, 2/20/93, 3B
    • Officer Chris Wilson killed in wreck on I-20, 5/23/94, 1A
    • Officials seek funds for new police station, 10/27/89, 5B
    • Police station construction targeted for March beginning, 1/15/92, 4B
    • Principal: Racial harmony prevails, 10/1/88, 1B
    • Storm-downed tree damages headquarters and patrol cars, 6/7/91, 4B
    • Tullos is city's first policewoman, 1/2/92, 5B
  • Clinton Public Schools
    • Ban tobacco use starting 1991, 9/27/90, 5B
    • Bond issue on ballot hinges on stability of enrollment, 10/2/90, 5B
    • Bond issue to build new high school, renovations, 10/13/93, 1A; 10/14/93, 4B
    • Dispute over water taken from 16th-section land, 2/20/92, 4B; 12/5/91, 4B
    • Groups students by grades, not zones, 3/20/90, 4B
    • McCoy named superintendent, 2/12/92, 4B
    • Probability and statistics class, 10/13/89, 4B
    • Superintendent Belue and Director Gunn to retire, 4/21/92, 4B
  • Clinton, Bill
    • 3 Mississippi congressmen oppose his tax bill, 8/5/93, 9A; 8/15/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Among Southern dreamers (Clinton, Mabus, Roemer) only Clinton prevailed, 5/2/93, 5G
    • Anti-crime bill gives police vital help, AG Moore says, 8/12/93, 1A
    • Bubba is one of us, 1/17/93, 1E; 1/24/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • Give him more time, Mississippians say, 4/29/93, 1A
    • His BTU tax threatens farmers, Lott says, 6/5/93, 5B; 7/18/93, 3G (Minor column)
    • His national service plan praised by local educators, 3/3/93, 2B
    • Inaugural balls: what local women will wear, 1/19/93, 1D
    • Lott and Cochran oppose his budget plan, 8/7/93, 13A
    • Montgomery's opposition to budget package may cost him, 8/7/93, 13A
    • Mosley is Clinton's favorite mystery writer, 3/7/93, 3F
    • Pearl man Dave Gardner to make President a pair of boots, 11/4/93, 1A
    • President holds town meeting in Delta via telephone, 6/18/94, 3B
    • Wilhelm beats drum for Clinton's economic plan, 7/24/93, 1B
  • Clinton, Bill SEE ALSO Democratic Party, Mississippi
  • Clinton, Bill SEE ALSO Health care, US
  • Clinton, Bill SEE ALSO Presidential election, 1992
  • Clinton, Hillary
    • Stumps for husband Bill Clinton in Greenville, 3/7/92, 2B
    • To speak at Democrats' Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 4/5/92, 2B; 4/12/92, 1B
    • Visits Jackson; meets with Welty, Alexander, other supporters, 10/7/92, 1A
    • Wife on Arkansas governor campaigns in state, 12/12/91, 1B
  • Clinton, Mississippi
    • Alderman Chappell's replacement election will be in 1992, 11/9/91, 5B
    • Alderman runoff: Ben Todd wins, 2/19/92, 4B
    • Alderman wants full-time city engineer, 10/27/90, 5B
    • Alderman wants overnight parking of dump trucks banned, 4/11/91, 5B
    • Area off Magnolia Road wants annexation, 9/13/90, 5B
    • Brick Street Festival hoping for fair weather, 4/13/91, 5B
    • Brick Street Festival raises money for civic center, 4/30/92, 4B
    • Brick Street Festival: Civil War re-enactment, 4/18/94, 1B
    • Cancels New Year's Eve free ride service, 12/30/89, 1B
    • Celebration of 160th birthday, 4/12/90, 5B
    • Chamber of Commerce hopes to hire full-time director, 1/27/90, 5B
    • Citizens annexed in 1984 sue for services, 12/1/90, 5B
    • Citizens call for Federation Drive to be made public, 11/21/91, 4B
    • City corrects Vernon Road drainage problem, 12/2/89, 5B
    • City engineer will fight conflict-of-interest fine, 7/21/90, 5B
    • City gets money for parks and recreation improvements, 6/8/91, 5B
    • City government will have new look after May elections, 2/2/93, 5B
    • City has no buyers for in-the-way-house, 11/15/90, 5B
    • City land for low-income housing, 1B; 1/9/89
    • City refuses Mississippi College's request for parking lot, 11/21/90, 5B
    • Communitywide group holds anti-drug rally, 3/16/93, 5B
    • Computerizes all City Hall records, 3/23/91, 5B
    • Considering passing historic architecture ordinance, 1/22/91, 5B
    • Considering weekly pickup of recyclables, 9/27/90, 5B
    • Controversy over cutting-down of old sweet gum tree, 10/26/91, 5B
    • Debate over whether to pave old brick Monroe Street, 4/14/90, 3B
    • Decision of lighting of soccer fields put on hold, 10/16/91, 4B
    • Dump-truck ordinance carries $100 fine, 4/17/91, 4B
    • Election for Ward 3 alderman post, 2/11/92, 5B; 2/12/92, 4B
    • Faces fine because of filthy lagoon, 3/7/91, 5B
    • Funding sought for north-south thoroughfare, 5/8/90, 5B; 10/19/89, 5B
    • Gets federal grant to cure drainage problem, 3/15/90, 5B
    • Grand Gulf windfall to buy police-court complex, 7/20/90, 5B
    • Grant to fund sewer and hydrant system in northwest Clinton, 2/16/91, 5B
    • Hires consultant to spur economy, 6/6/90, 5B
    • Its growth will add 2 election commissioners, 7/8/89, 5B
    • Joins recycling trend, 4/17/90, 5B
    • Keeps road money, plans to oversee own work, 10/7/89, 5B
    • Lagoon upgrading for sewage will cost thousands of dollars, 2/7/91, 5B
    • Lagoon-cleaning case taken to mediator, 2/17/93, 2B
    • Law will prohibit 18-wheelers parking on highway, 4/5/90, 5B
    • Leaves, debris clog drainage tunnels, cause flooding, 11/21/89, 5B
    • Mayor tries to calm his city, 9/30/88, 1A
    • Officials seek lands and funds for new police station, 10/27/89, 5B
    • Officials want city put into one supervisor district, 3/12/91, 5B
    • Olde Towne restoration fight continues, 8/1/89, 5B; 8/16/89, 5B
    • Opposition to proposed north-south freeway, 7/16/90, 1B; 7/18/90, 5B
    • Plans for new police station exceed budget, 6/4/91, 5B
    • Police and firefighters vaccinated against hepatitis B, 5/19/90, 5B
    • Property taxes will be increased, 9/9/89, 5B
    • Recreation bond issue to survive, 6/1/91, 5B; 11/8/90, 5B
    • Redistricting plan, 6/26/87, 1B
    • Resident's shed amounts to 2nd residence, officials say, 8/12/89, 5B
    • Residents sue over once-private road made public, 9/15/89, 3B; 9/19/89, 5B
    • Sand pit dumping lowering home values, suit claims, 11/8/91, 4B; 11/16/91, 5B
    • Sand pits closed, 5/25/89, 1B; 7/29/89, 10/24/89, 5B; 10/8/89, 5B
    • Schools
      • Probability and statistics class, 10/13/89, 4B
    • Spring Lake Estates has waited 10 years for sewage service, 1/23/92, 4B
    • Springridge Rd thoroughfare to harm historic area, 4/24/89, 1B; 5/24/89, 2B
    • State auditor scuttles city's plan for new sewer lagoon, 12/9/89, 5B
    • Street House bought by city for $80,000, sold for $550, 3/22/91, 4B
    • Supervisors pay differences controversy, 1/18/90, 5B
    • Tarvin Street flooding due to clogged drainage ditch, 1/31/92, 4B
    • To construct sidewalks on Springridge Road, 12/9/89, 5B
    • Voters must visit 2 polling places in election, 4/30/89, 1B
    • Will move 2 houses to make way for new police station, 9/20/90, 5B
  • Clinton, Robert SEE Drownings
  • Clinton, William C
    • Sumrall resident no kin to President, 1/19/93, 1A
  • Cloggers
    • Dixieland HoeDowners raise money to go to national competition, 5/18/91, 5B
  • Clogging
    • Pictorial, 8/16/87, 1C
    • State champion offers classes in Clinton, 9/3/90, 1E
  • Clorox Co
    • Pearl plant expands; will produce insecticide Combat, 7/22/92, 5B
  • Close to Home (cartoon)
    • Picked as successor to Far Side, 11/23/94, 1D
  • Close Up Foundation
    • 150 students to study in Washington,DC, 3/16/88, 3B
    • Bradley Elementary School to be in civic program, 2/6/89, 3B
  • Closets
    • Closet business finds neatness pays, 6/24/88, 8B
  • Closette
    • Vintage clothing store, 3/21/90, 1D
  • Clothing
    • Camouflage figure flaws, 4/29/93, 1D
    • Colorful carnival clothes: Spring 92 fashions, 3/29/92, 1E+
    • Fall fashion '90; special edition, 8/26/90, 1E+
    • Fall fashion '91
      • Mad for plaid, 8/25/91, 1E+
    • Fall fashion '92: suited to a T, 8/30/92, 1E+
    • Fall fashion '94, 8/18/94, 1E+
    • Finding fashions for the full-figured woman, 5/15/90, 1D
    • Frumpy isn't a fact if you're over 40, 8/16/91, 1E
    • Hand-painted Mississippi-made clothes as Christmas gifts, 12/19/89, 1D
    • Petite sizes, 12/12/89, 1D
    • Spring '93: Fashion flashback, 3/28/93, 1E
    • Spring Fashion '94, 3/20/94, 1E+
    • Spring fashion, '91 (special section), 3/10/91, 1E+
    • Time to put away winter clothing, 3/26/92, 1D
    • Used clothing stores, 4/15/87, 1C
  • Clothing SEE ALSO Chameleon clothes
  • Cloverleaf Mall
    • Despite moves to Turtle Creek, manager says mall not empty, 8/26/94, 5B
  • Clower, Jerry
    • Amite Co. ready to celebrate homecoming, 11/9/88, 5B
    • Asks fans to return street signs, 4/7/88, 1F
    • Comments on Jim Bakker, 4/7/88, 1A
    • Endorses county unit system in radio spots, 11/2/88, 1B
    • Helps distribute clothing, 12/23/87, 1A
    • Helps give clothes to the needy, 4/27/88, 1B
    • Highway 24 stretch to be named for, 1/16/90, 1A; 11/7/92, 2B
    • Kicks off marathon Bible reading at Capitol, 7/1/90, 3B
    • Liberty homecoming, 11/11/88, 1B
    • Moves to new home in Eastfork Community near Liberty, 10/24/88, 1C
    • Perch Jerkin' Tournament befitting UMC Children's Hospital, 5/9/91, 8E
    • To address Brotherhood Breakfast at Baptist Convention, 6/14/89, 2B
    • To appear in 'Fledermaus', 5/1/89, 1C
    • To be 'roasted', 1/13/93, 1D; 1/17/93, 1A
    • To help raise funds for Children's Hospital, 3/28/89, 1B
    • To move to Amite county, 5/25/87, 1D
    • Uses truck in act, 8/22/86, 1D
    • Will deal with controversial issues in new book, 6/3/91, 3B
    • World War II reunited 'missing' Clower brothers, 11/11/90, 1A
  • Clower, Jerry SEE ALSO Mississippi College
  • Clower, Lane
    • To fill Edwards' dentist needs, 6/26/91, 1B
  • Clowns, 1/10/87, 1C
    • Lepsog Clowns of Child Evangelism Fellowship, 1/27/90, 1D
    • Magician/clown Pi Johnston, 12/28/89, 1D
    • Rodeo clown, 2/17/87, 1D
    • Steve Smith's workshop with local hopefuls, 3/212/91, 1D
  • Cloy, Cindy SEE Hunting accidents
  • Club Colors SEE Crime rate, Jackson---1993: 3 killed...
  • Clubertson, Alvin
    • Death row inmate loses final appeal for new sentence, 12/11/92, 3B
  • CNN Newsroom
    • News program broadcast into Mississippi classrooms, 3/19/91, 3B
  • Co-workers
    • Getting along requires various strategies, 4/30/92, 1D
  • Coaches
    • Alabama coaches alledgely fixed game scores for gambling, 7/12/89, 1A
    • Outside incomes, 1A; 1/29/89
    • Puckett baseball coach charged in DUI, marijuana possession, 10/24/89, 1B; 11/23/89, 3B
  • Coahoma Community College
    • $225,000 home for its president?, 10/31/93, 1A; 11/16/93, 1B
    • Enrollment drops 40% fall term 1992, 1/27/93, 2B; 2/3/93, 3B; 2/24/93, 2B
    • Facing $300,000 deficit, 10/18/91, 1B
    • Failure to file proposal on improvements, 6/22/91, 3B
    • McKinley Martin will resign as president, 12/10/91, 3B
    • Names five to list of presidency finalists, 2/20/92, 2B
    • New coach hopes to end long streak of football losses, 9/3/92, 1A
    • Raises tuition to fight deficit, 1/21/92, 3B
    • Students protest campus housing conditions, 1o/26/91, 3B; 10/25/91, 2B
    • Vivian Presley is named president, 2/26/92, 2B
  • Coahoma County Department of Human Services
    • Injunction keeps it open, 5/7/94, 1B
  • Coahoma County Jail
    • Suicide expected in death of Terry Bobo, 12/28/94, 3B
  • Coahoma County Public Schools
    • Channel One, TV news program, 11/20/89, 1A
  • Coahoma County Supervisors
    • $1.6 Million cut in county funding
      • Library is cut deeply, 1/6/94, 1B
  • Coahoma, Mississippi
    • Genentree, for-profit greenhouse helps community, 5/26/92, 5B
    • Habitat for Humanity has build 30 homes in community, 10/4/92, 3G
  • Coalbed methane
    • Two north Mississippi wells being drilled, 4/26/92, 1C
  • Coalition for a Progressive... SEE Citywide Coalition...
  • Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities
    • Conference in Jackson, 10/21/89, 4B
    • Jimmy Thomas, surveyor, 10/11/93, 1B
    • Lawsuit agaisnt Rehabilitation Services, 11/24/93, 3B
    • Van for Terry Yawn, 3/27/93, 1A
  • Coalition for School and Community Safety
    • Fighting school violence, 11/23/93, 5B
  • Coalition of Licensed Adoption Agencies in Mississippi
    • Lobbies for change in state laws, 3/7/92, 1D
  • Coast Adventures SEE Dockside gambling, Biloxi
  • Coast Engineering & Manufacturing
    • Constructing barges for use in Mideast crisis, 8/21/90, 1B
  • Coast magazine
    • Publishers Neil and Linda White, 7/4/89, 1D
  • CoastCon
    • Sci-fi fans revel in Biloxi event, 3/14/91, 5E
    • Sci-fi festival: brave new world blurs fact and fiction, 3/24/94, 17E; 3/30/95, 10E
    • Science Fiction Club & Convention, 7/21/87, 1D
    • Weds strange facts, weird fiction, 3/28/93, 1F
  • Cobb Theaters SEE Movie theaters
  • Cobb, Alton SEE Department of Health
  • Cobb, Joseph SEE Thomas, Tiffany
  • Cobblestone Weslayen Church
    • Dedicates new facility, 4/28/90, 1D
  • Coca, Imogene
    • In Jackson, 10/13/86, 1C
  • Coca-Cola
    • Bottler moves production from Highway 80 plant, 8/21/91, 5B
    • Classic in 2-liter bottles tested after complaints, 6/20/90, 5B
    • Jackson is test market for caffeine-free Coke Classic, 11/1/89, 1A
    • JSU student Cheryl Williams sues company, claims she won contest, 2/16/91, 1A
    • Local bottler sold to Atlanta firm, 2/21/86, 8B
  • Coca-Cola Bottling Company United
    • Birmingham firm buying into Mississippi, 10/4/91, 5B
  • Coca-Cola Scholars Program
    • Annual luncheon, 5/15/92, 4B
  • Cocaine SEE ALSO Crack cocaine
  • Cocaine SEE ALSO Drugs
  • Cocaine, Brandon
    • Men arrested after high-speed chase, 9/8/90, 5B
  • Cocaine, Delta
    • Men await bond hearing on coke charge, 3/3/90, 5B
  • Cocaine, Gulfport
    • Arrests made at car rental place
      • 1/10/89; 4B
  • Cocaine, Hancock County
    • Police seize $17 M worth on truck, 11/24/88, 1B
  • Cocaine, Harrison County
    • $6 Million seized in motor home on I-20, 9/2/94, 4B
  • Cocaine, Jackson
    • 14-month old baby eats coacaine, 11/10/92, 1A; 11/11/92, 2B
    • Arrest of Dan Howard, thought to be making $3000 a day, 9/27/90, 5B
    • Arrest of Lorraine Williams; suspected drug records seized, 9/13/90, 5B
    • City firefighter, friend charged with possession, 10/21/89, 1B
    • Culley ruled innocent of drug charges, 5/17/91, 4B
    • Found in 15% of Medical Center births, 2/4/90, 1A
    • Giachelli brothers arrested--area's largest alleged smugglers, 5/29/91, 1A
    • Jay from L.A. arrested on I-55; is known drug dealer, 6/29/91, 4B
    • Judge Barbour sends California man to 11-year term, 9/14/89, 1B
    • Kilogram of coke taken in raid; five arrested, 4/16/91, 1B
    • Man arrested in state's biggest drug bust charged, 12/9/88, 3B
    • Men sentenced to prison on possession with intent, 2/18/89, 3B
    • Million dollar airport cache gets Lloyd 10 years, 1/19/91, 5B
    • Million dollar cache seized at airport, 7/12/90, 5B; 7/14/90, 1B; 8/30/90, 3B
    • Mother of drug-affected stillborn charged with manslaughter, 7/30/91, 1B
    • Nightclub owner gets 9 years for attempted sale, 7/7/89, 4B
    • Officers use substitute in "crack" arrest, 12/8/88, 2B
    • Pair accused of transporting drug from Los Angeles in Cadillac, 9/24/91, 3B
    • Police Department secretary Gloria Thomas arrested, 12/27/90, 1B
    • Questions about undercover agent's character endanger drug cases, 6/6/90, 1A
    • Seizure, 2/27/87, 2B
    • Seizure of 1.5 million - State's largest, 10/9/86, 1A
    • Tipster leads police to cocaine cache; 5 arrested, 9/22/90, 2B
    • Traffic increasing, 1/2/89; 4B
    • Trooper finds 26.4 pounds in motorist's car, 11/2/89, 5B
    • UMC researcher studying drug that could prevent overdose deaths, 1/22/91, 1B
    • Woman Edrena Chambliss hid coke under her house, 4/6/92, 2B
  • Cocaine, Jefferson Davis County
    • Elderly couple pleads guilty to sale, 3/22/90, 1B
  • Cocaine, Madison
    • Man and stepchildren arrested, 4/27/89, 1B; 6/13/89, 1B
  • Cocaine, Meridian
    • Man Earl Brookins given 9 years for sale, 3/17/90, 1B
  • Cocaine, Mississippi
    • Carlos Lehder Rivas
      • State probe, 2/9/87, 1A
  • Cocaine, Pike County
    • 3 arrested in traffic stop; 2 arrested in Jackson, 1/31/93, 3B
  • Cocaine, Port Gibson
    • 2 California men charged in bust, 6/12/93, 3B
  • Cocaine, Prentiss
    • Coach at Prentiss Institute arrested on cocaine charge, 1/31/90, 1A; 2/1/90, 1B
    • Man puts up house for son's bond on cocaine charge, 3/27/90, 5B
  • Cocaine, University of Mississippi
    • Group compiles cocaine book, 2/21/89, 3B
  • Cocaine, Waynesboro
    • 1986 incident of abandoned cocaine at airport recalled, 9/9/91, 1B
    • Drug dumped in Waynesboro meant for Alabama, 3/26/90, 4B
  • Cochran, Floyd
    • Former white supremacist now battles prejudice
      • Speaks at Ole Miss, 1/18/94, 1B
  • Cochran, Larry SEE Six Flags Corp
  • Cochran, Linda Lee
    • Mother in custody suit faces kidnapping charge, 8/22/90, 2B
  • Cochran, Neilsen
    • Says he was not part of PSC/MP&L higher rates deal, 8/4/89, 1A
    • Sends out letters praising PSC; says not campaign-related, 6/16/91, 3G
  • Cochran, Nielsen
    • Seeking 3rd term on PSC, 6/21/91, 7B; 10/30/91, 7B
  • Cochran, Patricia
    • Embezzlement suspect enters Flowood hospital, 10/17/90, 5B
    • Embezzlement suspect, free on bond, 9/29/90, 2B; 10/3/90, 5B; 10/6/90, 5B
    • Sentenced in wire fraud case, 2/23/93, 5B
  • Cochran, Roderick
    • Richland teacher dismissed for sexual remarks, 2/23/94, 4B; 2/24/94, 4B
  • Cochran, Thad
    • Called 'busybody' for endorsing Gunn in election for Ditto's seat, 7/14/89, 1B
    • Campaign fund reaches almost $1 Million, 4/27/90, 3B
    • Could figure in U.S. Senate leadership struggle, 11/8/94, 1B
    • Defends support of Bush veto on Chinese students, 2/4/90, 2H
    • Defends vote for senators' salary hike, 7/19/91, 1A
    • Defense industry PACs contribute heavily to campaign, 3/20/90, 5B
    • Disagrees with Lott on Bush tax increase, 6/29/90, 3B
    • Earnings from honoraria at top of state's list, 6/15/91, 1B
    • Endorses Jack Reed, 9/4/87, 1B
    • Endorses Mary Hawkins in Madison race, 4/19/89, 1B
    • Goes to Turkey to talk with president, 8/21/90, 3B
    • Has $860,000 campaign war-chest, 2/6/90, 1B
    • Has ample campaign war chest, 8/6/89, 1H
    • Has built up campaign war chest for 1990, 8/1/89, 1B
    • Introduces legislation to reimburse farmers for crop loss, 7/11/91, 3B
    • Jackson office moves to new quarters, 7/13/90, 1B
    • Joins Bush campaign as agriculture advisor, 8/16/88, 1A
    • Looks untouchable in his job, 11/4/90, 1H
    • Political neophyte files to challenge Cochran in election, 4/7/90, 1B
    • Quietly climbs in U.S. Senate, 5/21/89, 1H
    • Running unopposed, he plans no fund raising, 5/23/90, 3B
    • Says Desert Storm victory good for Republican Party, 4/6/91, 2B
    • Says Mississippi will have clout in new Congress, 12/6/94, 1A
    • Scores low on the environment, 4/15/90, 1H
    • Seeking chairmanship of Republican Conference, 11/6/90, 1B
    • Speaker at Mississippi Economic Council
      • Sees no 2nd term for Clinton, 11/11/94, 1B
    • To advise Bush campaign on agriculture, 7/28/88, 2B
    • Underwrites expenses of two JSU continuing education students, 2/13/92, 1A
    • Urges support of Bush's Gulf policy, 12/3/90, 1B
    • Wants capital gains cut, IRA tax benefits restored, 10/7/89, 6B
    • Wants to avoid $3M campaign like Lott encountered, 3/27/89, 3B
    • War chest funds overflowing; he gives cash to GOP friends, 11/5/90, 1B
    • Will speak at Wildlife Federation banquet, 2/22/91, 2B
    • Wins chairmanship of Senate Republican Conference, 11/14/90, 1A
  • Cochran/Sysco food services
    • Annual trade show, 5/10/89, 8B
    • Begins expansion, 88/20/86, 8B
  • Cock of the Walk
    • Natchez
      • Restaurant review, 12/8/94, 4E
    • Restaurant review, 5/14/92, 4E
  • Cock of the Walk restaurant, 11/23/86, 1F
  • Cockerham, Henry SEE Drunken driving, Mississippi
  • Cockfight
    • Covington County
      • 63 arrested during suspected cockfight, 12/2/91, 2B
    • Prentiss
      • Animal-rights activists charge 11 persons, 11/20/90, 1B
  • Cockrell, Margie SEE Welch, Margie
  • Cockrell, Mike SEE Sanderson Farms Inc
  • Coco-Cola plant
    • Vicksburg
      • Historic building burns; arson suspected, 12/20/91, 1B; 12/21/91, 3B
  • Coconis, Ted
    • Florida artist's illustrations for 'Scarlett' at Bryant Galleries, 10/4/92, 1F
  • Coconut Grill
    • Restaurant review, 3/19/92, 4E
  • Codrescu, Andrei
    • Speaks at ACLU's 21st birthday, 6/21/90, 1D
  • Codrescu, Andrie
    • Ross H. Moore Lecturer at Millsaps College, 11/15/90, 1D
  • Coe, David Allan
    • Performs at Hal & Mal's, 7/19/90, 12F
  • Coffee fund SEE Public Works Department
  • Coffee mugs SEE Cups
  • Coffee shops SEE Coffeehouses
  • Coffeehouses
    • Beat generation hangout makes comeback locally, 8/23/93, 1D
  • Coffeeville, Mississippi
    • Home for bachelor Steve Cummins
      • Why I Live Where I Live, 6/17/91, 1D
  • Coggin, James SEE McRae's Dept Stores
  • Cognex SEE Alzheimer's disease
  • Coin launderies
    • Difficult business without quick profits, 2/4/90, 1G
  • Coin-operated telephone calls SEE Telephone service
  • Coker house
    • Edwards
      • Renovated, 11/7/85, 1D
  • Coker, Billy Wayne SEE Murder, Pensacola
  • Cokesbury Bookstore
    • Methodist supplier opens in Centre Park, 1/11/92, 1D
    • New manager is Ruby Anne Andress, 4/24/93, 1D
  • Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit
    • At Hal & Mal's, 12/23/93, 3E
  • Colbert, James SEE Hathorn, Sue
  • Colbert, Thomas
    • Bank of Mississippi, 10/31/86, 8B
    • Fails to get on board at 1st Mississippi's Nat'l Bank, 4/9/86, 8B
  • Cold front SEE Weather
  • Cold snap SEE Weather
  • Colds (disease)
    • Myths abound on how to catch and how to cure, 1/21/90, 1C
  • Coldwater High School
    • Corp of Engineers audit finds pesticides near school, 6/25/94, 1A
  • Cole, Ann
    • Oak Grove High School senior
      • Distinguished Scholar Award, 12/13/94, 4B
  • Cole, Bill
    • Says neglect of roads and bridges hurts state, 4/13/90, 6B
    • Says state must rethink economic development, 1/16/90, 1B
    • To join law firm, 3/7/87, 8B
    • To withdraw from politics, 3/7/87, 8B
  • Cole, Bill (of Texas) SEE Brahman cattle
  • Cole, Ed
    • Accused by Kirksey of conflict of interest, 1/17/91, 1B
    • Business deals parallel Democratic Party's problems, 9/19/93, 3G
    • Chairman of Mississippi Democratic party, 12/13/87, 20A
    • Mississippi Democratic Party chief scrutinized, 2/27/93, 1A; 2/28/93, 1B
    • Retains chairmanship, 4/10/88, 1A
    • Waffles on pledge to resign from Mike Parker's staff, 4/17/94, 3G
  • Cole, Ed SEE ALSO Mississippi Democratic Party
  • Cole, Eugene SEE Police---Sardis
  • Cole, Johnnetta SEE Jackson Urban League
  • Cole, Natasha
    • Hattiesburg woman and uncle Bennie Brown killed, 10/31/93, 1B; 11/12/93, 3B
  • Cole, Terry
    • Delta Regional Medical Center burn unit treats child, 5/26/92, 1B
  • Cole, Wayne SEE Drownings
  • Cole, West
    • Death row inmate loses appeal to U.S. Supreme Court, 6/8/93, 3B; 12/1/95, 3B
  • Coleman Junior High School
    • Teacher Hudson Bradford sets grammar lesson to music, 4/7/92, 1D
  • Coleman, Bracey
    • Assistant police chief in auto accident injuring 2, 12/22/93, 1A
  • Coleman, Bracy
    • Named Assistant Police Chief, 9/24/93, 4B
  • Coleman, Frances
    • Multi-subject teacher at Ackerman and Weir, 5/29/89, 1A
  • Coleman, Frederick
    • Magnolia teenager wins trip to All-Star Game, 7/14/92, 1A
  • Coleman, J.P.
    • Asked Sovereignty Commission to spy on Medgar Evers, 11/26/89, 1A
    • Former governor buried in Ackerman, 10/1/91, 1A
    • Former governor dies, 9/29/91. 1A+; 9/30/91, 1A
    • Former governor suffers stroke, 12/14/90, 1B; 12/15/90, 1B; 12/28/90, 3B
    • Recuperating and in good spirits, 2/19/91, 1B
  • Coleman, Jack
    • Calls for highway expansion, 10/12/88, 3B
    • Candidate for 2nd district seat, 5/12/88, 1B
    • Says Espy's voting record hurts district, 9/8/88, 3B
    • Says he wants to break racial barriers, 11/4/88, 3B
    • U.S. Agriculture leader campaigns for Coleman, 11/2/88, 3B
  • Coleman, James
    • Circuit court judge wants to link county courts via computers, 10/26/92, 3B
  • Coleman, Johnnie
    • Heads Chicago church, 11/15/86, 1C
  • Coleman, Melissa
    • Foster child's success beats the odds, 9/14/92, 1A
  • Coleman, Odell
    • Ex-IRS clerk pleads guilty to marijuana charge, 10/4/91, 4B
  • Coleman, Phillip
    • Apostolic minister's church provides housing for west Jackson poor, 4/19/92, 1E
  • Coleman, Rebecca
    • Cites bias in Texas job: returns to Jackson, 10/18/94, 5B
    • JPD deputy chief accepts Texas job, 6/9/94, 4B
  • Coleman, Richard
    • Bolivar County supervisor charged with price gouging in ice storm, 3/16/94, 1A
  • Coleman, Sidney
    • Ex-USM star has come long way in short time at Tampa Bay, 9/23/88, 1D
  • Coleman, Thomas A SEE Supreme Court
  • Coleman, William
    • Orders pay raises for court administrators, 7/3/92, 1A; 7/8/92, 1B
  • Coles Creek SEE Oil spills, Adams County
  • Coletta, Sergio SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Collectors
    • Fitzgerald's Mississippiana colllection will go to Ag Museum, 8/6/90, 1D
    • J.D. Pickett has pine knot collection, 11/26/88, 1B
    • Robert Craycroft, MSU professor, 2/21/88, 1F
    • Salt and pepper shakers, armadillo shells, Nazi letters, etc., 3/7/93, 1E, 2E
  • College admission requirements SEE Universities, Mississippi
  • College Board
    • Adds fifteen degree programs, cuts 35, 5/17/91, 1B
    • Adopts new funding formula, 11/19/87, 1B
    • Alumni seek reconsideration of Walls, 3/31/89, 1A
    • Authority to be challenged, 12/18/86, 1A
    • Bill would eliminate tenure for Board members, 1/31/93, 7B; 2/10/93, 3B
    • Black administrator Cassie Pennington appointed, 6/16/89, 1A
    • Board wants $60 M hike, 9/16/88, 1B
    • Bourdeaux resigns, 5/19/89, 1B
    • Campbell, Dank's advisor, joins College Board, 11/17/88, 3B
    • Candidates, 2/8/87, 2B
    • Caught in political fight; facing tough agenda, 5/14/92, 1A
    • Changes needed, 4/5/87, 1B
    • Closed meeting discussion centers on foundation spending, 2/19/93, 1A
    • Committee denies Walls a seat on Board, 3/24/89, 1A
    • Crawford named by Fordice as Board fiscal officer, 6/2/92, 1A
    • Departing Haynes urges Fordice to appoint a black, 4/17/92, 1A
    • Fordice appointee Howard Clark is controversial, 4/27/92, 1A
    • Fordice appointee Thelma Brown Rush withdraws, 5/13/92, 1A
    • Fordice appointees: 3 face obstacles, 5/8/92, 1A; 5/9/92, 1A; 5/12/92, 1B
    • Fordice must select 3 new nominees, 5/15/92, 9A
    • Fordice new nominees: Nicholson, Mills, Garrett, 5/21/92, 1A; 5/22/92, 1B; 5/31/92, 1B
    • Fordice to fill four seats, 4/16/92, 1B; 4/22/92, 1A
    • Fordice's rejected nominees Clark and Smith criticize senators, 5/15/92, 1A
    • Haynes is new president; brings a 'can-do' attitude, 5/13/91, 1B, 2B
    • Hires consultant to study funds, 8/20/87, 1B
    • Hopeful legislature will fund $60 million budget hike, 1/19/89, 2B
    • Hoping for $60 million budget hike, 1/19/89; 2B
    • Instructs campus leaders in how to get data on college affairs, 7/19/91, 3B
    • JSU revitalization applauded, but resources questioned, 12/4/88, 1A
    • Keep borderline academic programs, 9/18/86, 1B
    • LaBauve trustee, 2/13/87, 1B
    • Lobbyist decision delayed, 7/16/87, 1B
    • Mabus wants Johnnie Walls reconsidered, 4/1/89, 1B
    • May cut medical loan program, 11/20/87, 3B
    • May fill vacant post denied to Walls, 4/12/89,1B
    • Meeting agendas will be made public, 8/15/92, 1A
    • Members opposed to Rushing's proposed code of ethics, 1/18/93, 1A
    • Meridian woman Dianne Walton named to Board, 7//20/89, 1B
    • Mills says affirmative action is ineffective, 9/18/92, 1A; 9/19/92, 1A
    • Minor says rejection not racially motivated, 4/2/89, 3H
    • Must choose its course, 11/10/86, 1B
    • MUW's Ricki Garrett awaits confirmation, 5/4/92, 3B
    • NAACP says it does little for Mississippi blacks, 8/20/90, 2B
    • NAACP says Walls' rejection racist, 3/25/89, 1A
    • Names Ermea Jackson minority affairs director, 4/19/90, 4B
    • New policy preventing advanced release of agenda, 7/17/92, 1B
    • Nominees Crawford, Mills and Nicholson, 2/14/93, 3B; 2/17/93, 3B; 2/18/93, 3B
    • Nominees Crawford, Mills and Nicholson OKed, 2/19/93, 3B
    • OKs 21% hike in university budget, 8/21/86, 1B
    • PEER Committee, 1/8/87, 1B
    • Planning to train engineers off-campus, 5/7/89, 1A, 1B
    • Proposes increasing entrance requirements, 1/18/90, 1B
    • Receives $150,000 grant for 'Project 95', 6/15/89, 1B
    • Revamp urged, 11/22/85, 3B
    • Reviews workers' comp programs, 1/19/89; 2B
    • Rushing is named president, 4/27/93, 1B
    • Savors sweet budget pie, 5/19/88, 1A & 1B
    • Search for new chief executive, 11/20/86, 1B
    • Seeking new member after Walls' rejection, 4/21/89, 3B
    • Senate blocks Fordice nominees Michael Smith and Howard Clark, 5/14/92, 1A
    • Senate committee refuses to re-nominate Johnnie Walls, 4/2/89, 8B
    • Special Boyer session cancelled, 1/9/88, 1B
    • State must let it operate independently, pressure free, 10/18/92, 3G (Minor column)
    • Task force to study college successes, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Task Force to study college successes, 1B; 1/23/89
    • Telephone numbers listed for scholarship funds, 7/9/91, 3B
    • This Corner column, 2/8/87, 1J
    • To distribute bonus money as scholarships, 5/16/91, 3B; 5/17/91, 1B; 7/7/91, 1B
    • Two other blacks preceded Haynes as president, 5/14/91, 1B
    • Unannounced meeting to discuss Cleere successor, 10/7/94, 2B
    • University presidents exercise clout, 12/21/86, 1I
    • USM & JSU grads named to board, 5/18/88, 1A
    • USM presses Mabus on appointment, 5/14/88, 1B
    • Walls may sue to gain seat, 4/7/89, 1B
    • Walls nomination delayed by Senate committee, 3/17/89, 3B
    • Wants loans to update equipment at colleges, 1/20/89; 4B
  • College Board SEE ALSO Cleere, Ray
  • College costs SEE College education
  • College Discovery program
    • Introduces state's top 9th graders to campuses, 4/28/92, 2B
  • College Discovery Programs
    • Introducing high schoolers to higher education, 7/14/92, 4B
  • College education
    • Advisers urge thought and planning over college choices, 9/4/90, 4B
    • Hidden costs can surprise parents, 8/8/93, 2C
    • Start saving when child is born, 9/2/91, 4B
    • Tuition savings plans said risky, 7/26/89, 3B
    • Wise parents plan ahead for college expenses, 1/30/89, 1E; 3/12/90, 1E
  • College faculty SEE Professors
  • College foundations
    • SEE Universities, Mississippi---College foundations...
  • College graduates
    • Finding jobs scare in Spring of 1992, 4/5/92, 1A
    • Gifts for the graduate, 5/17/94, 1D
    • Job market looking up for 1993 grads, 5/2/93, 1C
    • Landing that first job, handling stress, etc., 5/2/91, 1D
    • Survey shows they think Mississippi lacks opportunity, 9/3/89, 2H
  • College Hill Missionary Baptist Church
    • Debutantes for Christ, 4/22/91, 1B
  • College loans SEE Colleges
  • College students SEE Students
  • Colleges
    • Belhaven, other private schools see enrollment gains, 9/4/93, 4B
    • Black colleges losing racial identity, 3/26/89, 1H
    • College fairs in Jackson draw recruiters and students, 11/2/90, 4B
    • Costs
      • Plan ahead for college expenses, 1E; 1/30/89
      • Pre-paid college plans, 1B; 1/9/89
    • Entry policy
      • Mississippi considers altering, 11/10/85, 1A
    • Fill up as citizens "want to improve themselves', 9/3/89, 1B
    • House bill would hike counties' college taxes, 3/8/89, 3B
    • House rejects revised college tax hike, 3/9/89, 3B
    • Loans
      • Black students, 3/23/86, 1H
      • Need a loan: Get the facts., 8/27/90, 1E
      • Welchers common in Mississippi, 10/6/85, 1A
    • Private colleges seek state tuition grants, 11/26/93, 3B
    • Private colleges solicit $4.8Million in state funds, 11/16/90, 2B
    • Project 95 to raise requirements for graduation, college admission, 11/6/89, 1B
    • Small state colleges buck trend of decreasing enrollment, 9/14/92, 1A
    • State schools say white students don't hurt heritage, 3/26/89, 1H
    • Students
      • Students may profit from state's pre-war debt, 2/7/89, 3B
  • Colleges SEE ALSO Community colleges
  • Colleges SEE ALSO Universities
  • Collegiate '88
    • Non-profit group of state leaders, 2/27/88, 8B
  • Collier, Emmett
    • Potter, 8/13/89, 1F
    • Stonewear, 8/9/87, 1C
  • Collier, Reggie
    • Ex-USM football player arrested on drug charge in Hattiesburg, 2/21/94, 1A
  • Collier, Tommy SEE Aircraft accidents
  • Collier, W. Robert
    • Biloxi businessman encounters crackhead at Jackson Exxon station, 6/23/92, 1A
  • Collins Carry Out
    • Restaurant review, 2/20/92, 4E; 7/27/89, 4F
  • Collins Exotic Animal Orphanage
    • Gus and Betty White, owners, 7/12/90, 3E
  • Collins Funeral Home
    • Abundant Living Center offers wedding facilities, 11/13/90, 1A; 11/25/90, 1B
  • Collins High School
    • 'Warm Fuzzies for Everyone' build student esteem, 8/31/90, 4B
  • Collins kidnapping
    • Brittany Collins found, reunited with parents, 3/15/90, 1A; 3/16/90, 1A
    • Car used in abduction found in New York, 3/21/90, 1B
    • Child's aunt and airman sought, 3/10/90, 1A
    • Officials have no leads in coast kidnapping, 3/11-13/90, 1B
    • Reward fund set up for missing child, 3/14/90, 5B
    • Stephanie Lee Griffith will not be charged, 3/29/90, 1A
  • Collins kidnapping SEE ALSO Coppock, James Nicholas
  • Collins Middle School
    • Mississippian of the Week project, 3/16/90, 4B
  • Collins triplets
    • Ole Miss track stars turn heads on campus, 3/5/90, 1B
  • Collins, Betty
    • Clinton resident member of 6 different PTAs, 10/29/94, 1A
  • Collins, Bobby
    • MSU faculty chairman against hiring him as football coach, 11/30/90, 1A
  • Collins, Brenda
    • Gulfport woman's body found; husband commits suicide, 9/5/91, 3B; 9/6/91, 2B, 3B
  • Collins, Charlotte
    • Brookhaven student wins national essay contest on black history, 12/14/90, 4B
  • Collins, Debra
    • Felon drug dealer denied drug-treatment probation, 2/22/91, 4B
  • Collins, Ernest T.
    • Gives $800,000 to Tougaloo, 6/8/88, 2B
  • Collins, Kelly
    • Court can up punishment for judge, 4/15/88, 3B
    • Court order needed to end judge's salary, 3/16/88, 3B
    • Court won't rehear ruling, 3/17/88, 4B
  • Collins, Marilyn
    • Heads Valley Food Service Corp, 3/22/89, 8B
  • Collins, Marsha Allen
    • New Jersey woman charged with bank fraud, 8/8/91, 2B; 8/10/91, 4B
  • Collins, Roberta
    • Former World War II Army nurse appreciates America, 7/4/90, 1B
  • Collins, Thomas
    • Businessmen back him, say he'll work with GOP president, 10/15/88, 3B
    • Campaign for Congress gets 3rd manager, 8/26/88, 4B
    • Denies knowledge of brochure compaing Parker to Viet Cong, 10/21/88, 1B
    • Experience is his calling card, 10/12/88, 1B
    • Fundraiser in Washington, 5/19/88, 2B
    • House candidate says US needs friends, 2/10/88, 1A
    • Reagan selects for observances, 5/27/88, 2B
    • Shrugs off scrutiny of agency, 11/4/88, 3B
    • Tours with Jeremiah Denton, 10/18/88, 3B
  • Collins, Wyatt
    • Ex-Jones County DA resigns as Youth Court prosecutor, 2/27/92, 3B
  • Collis Hill community SEE Terry, Mississippi
  • Collum, Jason
    • Clinton student finalist for McDonald's All-Star Band, 1/11/92, 4B
  • Cologne
    • Men's scents, 4/17/87, 1D
  • Colom, Dorothy Winston
    • Judicial candidate asks rejected votes be restored, 6/12/90, 3B; 6/17/90, 1B
    • Sues, asking primary votes be counted, 10/2/90, 2B; 11/21/90, 4B
  • Colom, Wil
    • Black Democrats should be ashamed, 7/1/87, 3B
    • Candidate for state treasurer, 6/17/87, 1B; 10/6/87, 1B; 10/27/87, 1B
    • Speaks out for black Mississippi Republicans, 11/18/91, 1B
  • Colom, Will
    • Says Republicans 'family values' campaign backfiring, 9/2/92, 1B
  • Colombia
    • Mississippi residents, Colombia natives, fear for families, 9/18/89, 1B
  • Colonial Bakery Inc
    • Gulfport plant to lose 90 jobs, 9/9/93, 5B
  • Colonial Country Club
    • Eyes Deerfield facilities, 6/9/90, 6B; 8/26/87, 8B
    • Keeping Colonial where it is suits "Coots," 9/23/88, 1A
    • Members to decide on renovation or sale of club, 9/22/88, 1A
    • To vote on acquisition of Deerfield, 7/3/90, 6B; 7/6/90, 1B
  • Colonial Dames SEE Oaks, The
  • Colonial Heights Baptist Church
    • Conference targets women's spirituality, 3/25/89, 1C
    • Green Team program for pre-schoolers, 11/30/91, 1D
    • Summer Spectacular Monday night programs, 8/1/92, 1D
  • Colours
    • Restaurant review, 2/14/91, 4E; 12/14/89, 4E
  • Colson, Charles
    • Delivers Easter message at Parchman, 4/16/90, 1A
  • Columbia Police Department
    • 200 law enforcement officers honor slain policemen, 5/12/89, 1A
    • Two policemen killed in shootout, 5/9/89, 1A; 5/10/89, 1A
  • Columbia Training School
    • Child abuse claims, 1/20/89; 3B
    • Now housing twice the limit allowed by federal mandate, 7/13/94, 1B
    • Some delinquents may be released under strict sanctions, 7/5/92, 1A
    • Upgrading of sites, programs, 7/13/94, 2B
  • Columbia, Mississippi, 8/21/88, 3B
    • 200 law enforcement officers honor slain policemen, 5/12/89, 1A
    • Cleanup, 11/6/87, 1A; 11/9/87, 1A
    • Flood, 8/14/87, 1A
    • Has plenty of peepholes to past, 6/28/90, 3E
    • Two police officers killed, 5/9/89, 1A; 5/10/89, 1A
    • Waste site, 10/4/87, 1B
    • Water supply, 9/20/87, 1B; 9/22/87, 3B; 9/23/87, 1A; 9/24/87, 1B; 9/25/87, 4B; 10/16/87, 3B
  • Columbia, Mississippi (toxic cleanup)
    • SEE Southern Organizing Committee
  • Columbus & Greenville Railroad
    • Federal bill would allow restructuring of debt, 12/30/93, 5B
  • Columbus Air Force base, 10/12/86, 1A
  • Columbus Air Force Base
    • 1995 closure a possibility, Montgomery says, 7/17/93, 3B
    • Base likely to remain open, Montgomery says, 2/2/93, 3B
    • Cochran wants base kept open after 1993, 5/23/92, 3B; 12/12/91, 3B
    • Commander Higham departs; Ardillo is successor, 9/13/91, 3B
    • Departing Commander Higham urges improvements, 8/14/91, 3B; 8/16/91, 3B
    • Featured on TV show 'Name Your Adventure', 9/9/94, 3B
    • Fighter training jets added, 2/17/93, 3B
    • Financial services division wins award, 3/5/94, 3B
    • New pilot class arrives, 9/21/93, 3B
    • Not immune from closure, Montgomery says, 7/8/91, 2B
    • Pilot training threatened with closedown, 8/25/94, 2B
    • Returns to specialized pilot-training program, 7/5/90, 3B
    • Secretary of the Air Force's visit lends optimism, 2/19/94, 3B
    • Stealth bomber on display at air show, 11/2/91, 3B; 11/3/91, 1A
  • Columbus and Greenville Railway Co
    • Loan to be suspended if Delta service continues, 6/17/92, 5B
  • Columbus Day
    • Celebrated in Columbus, Mississippi, 10/9/89, 1D
    • Madison County schools have holiday, 10/8/93, 1B
    • Second-graders talk about Christopher Columbus, 10/11/92, 1E
  • Columbus Pilgrimage SEE ALSO Pilgrimages
  • Columbus Pilgrimage, 1987
    • Golden Triangle Spring tours, 3/15/87, 1F
  • Columbus Pilgrimage, 1992
    • Pilgrimage includes graveyard tour 'Voices from the Graves', 4/5/92, 1F
  • Columbus Pilgrimage, 1993
    • City keeps its history alive, 4/1/93, 9E
  • Columbus Police Department
    • IRS gives narcotics dIvision confiscated Cadillac, 9/3/92, 3B
    • Mayor asked to study racism complaints, 3/14/90, 5B
  • Columbus Police Department SEE ALSO Bowen, Pete
  • Columbus Public Schools
    • Board member Tommy Prude seeks to keep post, 3/16/91, 5B
    • Boycott continues over school name, 9/16/89, 1A; 9/19/89, 1A; 9/20/89, 3B
    • Boycott: name change of MLK Elementary, 9/13/89, 5B; 9/15/89, 5B
    • City gets OK to build comprehensive high school, 1/2/92, 3B
    • City may arm school security guards, 10/22/92, 3B; 10/28/92, 3B
    • County NAACP opposes reorganization, 7/24/91, 3B
    • Discrimination suit of Bill Wilkerson, 3/24/93, 3B
    • NAACP wants investigation of kicking incident, 9/12/91, 3B
    • Revamp of districts to neighborhood and magnet schools, 10/29/89, 1B
    • Settlement in school renaming controversy, 9/25/89, 4B; 9/26/89, 1A
  • Columbus Quincentenary Celebration
    • State celebration, 1C; 1/18/89
  • Columbus, Mississippi, 10/23/88, 3B
    • Celebrates Columbus Day, 10/9/89, 1D
    • Cruise the River, peruse history
      • Weekend getaway, 10/24/91, 3E
    • Downtown fire, 10/19/87, 1A
    • Marks Columbus' voyage with year of events, 5/24/92, 1F
    • Tenn-Tom Tourism Association meeting, 11/17/93, 3B
  • Colvin, Emerson
    • Air traffic controller at Jackson airport
      • A Day in the Life, 9/5/94, 1D
  • Colvin, Geoffrey SEE Mississippi Allies Network
  • Coma
    • Young woman overcomes coma, makes trek to recovery, 9/17/89, 5B
  • COMAIR Inc
    • Airline offers Jackson-Cincinatti flight, 7/26/94, 5B
  • Comans, Bubba SEE Davis, John Michael
  • Combat training school, 6/2/85, 1B
  • Come On In
    • New cookbook by Junior League of Jackson, 9/25/91, 1E
  • Comedians
    • Killer Beaz at Comedy Barn, 7/5/91, 1E
    • Louis Johnson Jr.'s road to fame, 9/14/89, 5F
    • Run Robertson, 2/6/87, 1D
  • Comedy Barn
    • All's quiet on comedy front, 6/6/88, 1D
    • Jeff Roebuck wins contest, 11/23/86, 1F
    • Live comedy is dead in Jackson, 5/12/94, 12E
  • ComforTech
    • Smith and Ratliff, owners
      • How's business?, 12/15/92, 6B
  • Comic books, 10/13/87, 1D
    • Collector Rusty Crump of Saltillo, 1/7/90, 4B
    • Comic book by Hattiesburg students, 7/14/88, 1E
    • Ernest Cook's and James Harwell's 'Circumplex," 7/18/93, 1F
    • Jacksonian Mike Fuller creates Christian comic book, 6/12/93, 1D
    • Mallette gets big bucks for 1937 DC Comics prototype, 9/17/93, 1B
    • Mr. America, comic by Mississippians Mark Largent and Mark McCrary, 4/28/94, 3B
    • Silverline company formed by USM graduates, 7/30/90, 2B
    • These days they aren't comical, 8/9/92, 1E
    • They're killing off Superman, 9/5/92, 1A; 9/6/92, 1B
    • Yonge published 'Gunner' while still in high school, 7/18/93, 1F
  • Comic strips
    • Jimmy Johnson, 7/29/85, 1B
  • Command (herbicide) SEE Herbicides
  • Commercial Driver Institute
    • Gulfport, 6/3/86, 1B
  • Commercial licenses SEE Driver's licenses
  • Commerical Energy Assistance Program, 9/22/87, 8B
  • Commiskey, Stephen
    • Jackson Prep student heads for National Citizen Bee, 4/28/92, 4B
    • Named top ALL-STAR student by MEC, 5/12/93, 1A; 5/28/93, 1B
  • Commission of Workfore Excellence
    • Criticizes schools for bias toward college prep, 2/13/92, 5B
  • Commission on Environmental Quality
    • Mabus names Neely and Hunt to panel, 8/23/91, 2B
    • Studying litter and herbicide problems, 6/1/90, 2B
    • Urges testing of Gulf Coast surf waters, 8/26/94, 2B
  • Commission on Environmental Quality SEE ALSO Williams, Wayne
  • Commission on Human Rights Abuses in Mississippi
    • Examines jail deaths, 3/12/93, 1B
  • Commission on Model State Drug Laws
    • AG Moore chairs national panel, 12/14/93, 1B
  • Commission on Municipal Cooperation
    • Area mayors form, 6/29/88, 1B
  • Commission on Natural Resources
    • Closes Delta rivers, 10/20/88, 1B
  • Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration
    • New trade school board, 6/19/92, 3B
  • Commission on the Future of the South
    • Mabus named chairman, 1/5/92, 3G; 12/4/91, 2B
    • Meets in Jackson; final report due in December, 5/7/92, 3B
  • Commission on Wildlife Conservation, 2/18/87, 1A
    • Joe Stone support, 3/7/87, 1A
    • Replacement of Stone, 10/31/87, 1A
  • Commission on Work Force Excellence
    • Mabus appoints panel to study job training, 9/7/90, 6B
    • Panel vows to improve worker quality, 10/9/90, 3B
    • Suggests business internships for teachers, 10/9/91, 4B
    • Urges reforms in worker training/education, 7/17/91, 5B
  • Commission on Workforce Excellence
    • Urges changes in vo-tech training, 11/22/91, 5B
  • Commissioner of Higher Education
    • Bill to curb power, 1/31/93, 7B; 2/3/93, 3B
    • Cleere: State can fund universities, 1/18/88, 1B
    • Panel seeks input on Cleere replacement, 11/21/94, 1B
    • To be named, 3/19/87, 3B; 3/20/87, 1A
  • Committee for the Humanities
    • Grants, 2/2/87, 3B
  • Committee on Downtonwn Attractions SEE Riverboat gambling, Jackson
  • Commodities
    • Hinds County distribution includes applesauce, 5/30/91, 5B
  • Common Body of Knowledge curriculum SEE Schools--Jackson
  • Common Cause
    • Hensley urges Congressional candidates to cut campaign funds, 9/29/92, 2B
  • Common Sense Scholarship
    • Given by Mississippi College, 4/22/91, 2B
  • Commons subdivision
    • Brandon
      • Woman wants OK to build less expensive home, 8/22/92, 5B
  • Commonwealth of Independent States
    • Garner advocates family-to-family correspondence, 6/3/92, 1D
  • Communications tower
    • City Council OKs $1.4 Million for police/fire department link, 6/30/93, 4B
  • Communications Workers of America, Local 3511, 3/10/87, 1B
  • CommuniGroup
    • AT&T says long-distanace competition would lower rates, 3/1/91, 6B
    • Completes $12 Million expansion, 3/1/89, 8B
    • May move from state in dispute over long-distance competition, 2/23/91, 6B
    • State regulators hear long-distance competition debate, 2/27/91, 6B; 2/28/91, 6B
  • Community Child Care Center
    • Jamming in Battlefield Park fund-raiser, 7/22/91, 1B
  • Community Children's Theatre
    • Changing with the times, 7/10/89, 1C
  • Community churches
    • Counter dwindling attendance, changing audience, 8/24/91, 1D
  • Community Coffee Co
    • Louisiana firm buys Lott Coffee Service of Jackson, 1/30/91, 6B
  • Community College Foundation
    • Panel backs director George Wynne despite investigation, 11/23/94, 3B
    • Subject of spending probe, 10/8/94, 1A; 11/23/94, 3B
  • Community College Network
    • Instruction via interactive computer, 7/12/94, 1B
  • Community colleges
    • Admissions criteria raised at 2-year colleges, 1/23/91, 2B
    • Adult education responsibility shifted to them, 5/16/92, 3B
    • All vying for small pool of federal money for voc/tech, 5/15/91, 3B
    • Audit Department says they have improved record keeping, 1/6/92, 2B
    • Board asks for more funds, staffing, 7/22/89, 4B
    • Board considers local rule measure, 7/30/93, 3B
    • Board seeks funds to finance search for new leader, 6/20/90, 4B
    • Brainstorming sessions on Mississippi's future, 8/25/94, 3B
    • Business people and professionls as part-time teachers, 1/26/92, 1B
    • Businessmen say proposed vocational changes not adequate, 5/23/90, 3B
    • Called best place to center adult literacy efforts, 9/20/91, 2B
    • Can voluntarily adopt job-skills curricula, 5/1/91, 3B
    • Capitol exhibit will mark community college month in U.S., 1/29/90, 2B
    • Celebrate Community College Month, February, 1991, 2/8/91, 4B
    • Center for Quality and Productivity, 9/27/94, 6B
    • Community College Network, 12/5/93, 4B
    • Educators puzzled by declining enrollment, 7/24/90, 3B
    • Elated at enrollment increases; lament financial strain, 10/1/91, 3B
    • Enrollment up, tuition stays steady, 9/26/93, 1A
    • Feel slighted by Mabus' education reform, 11/17/89, 3B
    • Funding: want city and county money primarily for two-year colleges, 8/3/92, 1A
    • German apprenticeship program studied, 12/21/92, 1B
    • Get 1991 funding, 3/31/90, 1B
    • Graduation (1992) schedules, 5/8/92, 2B
    • Grant funds 'tech-prep' program, 6/13/91, 2B
    • Increase tuition, ponder layoffs to cope with cuts, 1/5/91, 1A
    • Job training program standards upgrade on hold, 8/31/92, 3B
    • Lack of black faculty to come under fire by NAACP, 6/13/89, 4B
    • Lack of library materials endangering accreditation, 7/29/91, 1B
    • Lobbyist George Wynne resigns, 10/26/94, 2B
    • Make $109 million funding request, 9/25/91, 3B
    • Many raise tuition following budget reductions, 4/18/91, 1B
  • Community Colleges
    • Mississippi All-State Academic Team pictured, 3/9/94, 6A
  • Community colleges
    • Moratorium on upgrading of vocational programs, 11/16/90, 2b
    • NAACP's Kinsey faults hiring and pay policies, 7/29/91, 3B
    • Name changed, 11/9/87, 1B
    • New policy to keep tabs on class attendance, 7/18/92, 1B
    • Nine raise tuition and fees, 4 hold line, 6/11/90, 1B
    • Offer summer enhancement courses, 6/26/89, 6B
    • Officials say they cannot afford proposed education reforms, 11/30/89, 3B
    • Officials seek delay in votech course changes, 2/27/91, 3B
    • Panel calls for special session on proposed funding cuts, 9/29/90, 1B
    • Part-time students' funding formula left intact, 1/24/93, 2B
    • Presidents criticize tougher admissions standards, 1/26/90, 3B; 3/16/90, 3B
    • Program for dropouts, displaced homemakers a success, 7/1/91, 2B
    • Recruiting rules for athletics and band are tightened, 3/15/93, 1A
    • Report urges colleges to focus on jobs, 12/8/93, 2B
    • Schools most vulnerable will be hurt most by cuts, 4/19/91, 3B
    • Seek $10.5 Million budget boost, 9/21/89, 4B
    • Seek $23 million extra in funding, 1/27/93, 3B
    • Seek $39 Million funding hike for 1991, 7/23/90, 4B
    • Senate action leaves colleges without funding, 3/27/90, 1B; 3/30/90, 5B
    • Senate OKs $65.6 million budget, 4/22/92, 3B
    • Shakedown time for control of community college system?, 9/8/91, 1G
    • Six campuses face less funding in 1993, 11/29/91, 2B
    • Skills tests for vocational students, 12/29/90, 3B
    • Some improve their bookkeeping procedures, 1/27/90, 4B
    • Staff layoffs seen as last resort in budget crisis, 2/23/92, 1B
    • Those with continuing deficits may have state funds withheld, 1/17/92, 3B
    • To award 5500 degrees in Spring 1991 ceremonies, 5/10/91, 3B
    • To compile graduation data and employment statistics, 8/28/91, 3B
    • To seek $40 Million budget increase in fiscal '93, 6/25/91, 1B
    • Tougher admission requirements causing complaints, 11/29/91, 3B
  • Community Colleges
    • Trustees lobby Legislature for increased funding, 3/25/92, 3B
  • Community colleges
    • Trustees suggest tax hike for education, 7/20/91, 3B
    • Try to standardize core curriculums, 7/3/89, 1B
    • Tuition and fees hiked to fund faculty raises, 7/13/92, 1A
    • Urged by NAACP to do more for blacks, 11/11/89, 1B
    • Want to control state adult literacy efforts, 4/2/92, 2B
  • Community Colleges
    • Warned against preliminary use of tax monies, 9/17/92, 2B
  • Community colleges
    • Withholding of funds to troubled schools opposed by leaders, 4/29/92, 3B
    • Won't interfere in Fordice/Legislature fight over improvement bonds, 8/1/93, 1B
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Board for Community and Junior Colleges
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Junior Colleges
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Literacy
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Stennis Space Center
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Tech prep program
  • Community colleges SEE ALSO Vocational education
  • Community Council
    • Jackson School Board dissolves the Council, 2/9/91, 1B
    • Parents organization
      • Works with School Board, 10/18/89, 2B
  • Community Counseling Services
    • Agency is model for aid to youth, 9/25/94, 3B
  • Community Development Block Grants
    • $15.2 million available through DECD, 10/2/92, 5B
    • 43 local govts. receive $17.1 M, 11/9/88, 4B
    • Flowood will repair houses, 10/7/93, 4B
  • Community Outreach Ministries
    • Feeds, clothes and counsels, 4/20/91, 1D
  • Community service
    • Being taught in state's public schools, 9/8/92, 1A
    • Vicksburg man avoids service by buying radar unit for police, 7/12/91, 2B
  • Community service officers
    • May assist Jackson police in investigating traffic accidents, 1/9/92, 1A
    • Work in Jackson police precincts 2 and 3, 6/12/92, 4B
  • Community Service Program for Senior Citizens
    • Drop-off steps a hazard, 6/26/92, 1B
  • Community Stewpot
    • 10th anniversary celebration dedicated to Devenney, 10/26/91, 5B; 10/28/91, 1A
    • A blessing for diners and servers, 11/24/89, 1B
    • Blacklaw blames state mental health system in slaying, 6/27/91, 1B
    • Chef Calvin Doughty, 12/21/94, 1E
    • Children and young adults help, 12/20/89, 5B
    • Corbin is new director, 10/10/93, 1B
    • Devenney slayer fits profile of mentally ill, expert says, 1/28/93, 3B
    • Devenney slayer John D. Smith may face trial by late summer, 6/15/92, 1A
    • Devenney's accused killer John Smith to undergo testing, 6/27/91, 1A
    • Devenney's accused slayer John Smith to plead insanity, 1/13/93, 4B
    • Devenney's slayer found sane and guilty, 1/29/93, 1B
    • Devenney's slayer John Smith had weapons charges, 6/20/91, 1A; 7/14/91, 12A
    • Dire need for food donations, 1/26/94, 1B; 2/10/94, 1A
    • Director Matt Devenney shot to death, 6/20/91, 1A+
    • Feeds poor on Thanksgiving, 11/29/91, 1A
    • Founder Molly McBride takes over directorship, 7/9/91, 1B
    • G.I.F.T.S. to aid in job training, counseling, 4/23/92, 4B
    • Giving needy fuel for hope, 11/23/90, 1B
    • Helping many 'make do', 7/6/93, 5A
    • Homeless shelter is opposed, 11/24/92, 5B; 11/25/92, 4B
    • Mormon church's regional storehouse donates food, 8/7/91, 2B
    • Mural to inspire watercolorists, 5/7/88, 1C
    • National Homeless Persons Memorial Day, 12/22/94, 5B
    • Neighborhood residents complain of loiterers, 2/8/92, 1B; 2/18/92, 5B
    • Overflowing with volunteers following Devenney's slaying, 8/24/91, 1A
    • Pawn shop owner Hatcher says he followed the law, 6/21/91, 1A, 5A
    • Shares Thanksgiving fare, 11/24/94, 1A
    • Smith on trial in Devenney slaying, 1/26/93, 1B
    • Soup kitchen is relocating to old Central Presbyterian Church, 11/9/94, 1B
    • Special feast to thank donors and volunteers, 11/12/94, 1D
    • Volunteers provide medical help at its Street Clinic, 2/8/91, 1B; 3/18/91, 5B
  • Community Temple Church of God in Christ
    • Adopts family of 12, 11/12/94, 1D
  • Community Temple of God in Christ
    • Shares facility with St. Columb's Episcopal Church, 8/20/94, 1A
  • Community watch programs SEE Neighborhood Watch
  • Community Welfare and Health Center
    • $10,000 appropriation called 'too little', 8/8/91, 4B
    • Dinner given by Salt and Pepper Men's Club, 9/6/94, 1B
    • Hinds County OKs more funds, 9/24/91, 5B
  • Community Work Centers SEE Department of Corrections
  • Community/Jr.College Economic Development Foundation Inc.
    • 10/16/8, B7
  • Commuter tax SEE Payroll tax
  • COMMUTERS, MISSISSIPPI
    • MISSISSIPPI ON THE MOVE, 9/26-27/93, 1A+
  • Como Elementary/Junior High School
    • Pupil-to-pupil plan, 2/11/92, 4B
  • Como Steak House
    • Como
      • Restaurant review, 7/8/93, 4E
  • Como, Mississippi
    • Apartment, 4/2/87, 1C
  • Compact discs
    • Jackson
      • Record albums being replaced by discs and tapes, 10/12/88, 8B
  • Companion Vans Inc.
    • Auto mag hails finisher, 5/24/88, 8B
  • Competitive bid contracts
    • Auditor mails help for state purchasing, 7/19/88, 1B
    • New state law may help officials, 8/17/88, 1B
    • Panel proposes change in state laws, 6/8/88, 1A; 7/3/88, 1B
    • Second bidder registers complaint, 12/7/89, 5B
    • Senate eyeing state purchasing rule change, 2/13/91, 1B; 3/1/91, 1B
    • State laws confuse agency, 6/13/88, 1A
  • Composting
    • How to compost, 11/4/93, 1D
  • Comprehensive Assistive Technology Center
    • Mississippi State University, 12/18/93, 3B
  • Compressor
    • Complaints about noise on Midway Road, 7/3/90, 3B; 12/7/90, 5B
  • Compulsive shopping SEE Shopping
  • Compulsory education
    • Attendance Officers, 10/21/85 3B
  • Computer Automated Ticketing Service
    • Now at UA theaters, Northpark and Parkway Place, 6/18/92, 1D
  • Computer games, 7/24/95, 1D; 8/2/87, 1E
  • Computer labs SEE Hinds Community College---Mobile...
  • Computer mapping
    • Central Mississippi Planning and Development District, 7/13/87, 1B
  • Computer software
    • Computer graphic software: faux reality, 10/2/94, 1F
    • Sits idly in Federal-State Programs building, 8/26/90, 1B
  • Computer virus
    • Ole Miss and MSU students plagued by viruses, 5/21/90, 1B
  • Computers
    • Baby bytes: very young children using PCs, 7/20/92, 1D
    • Computer buffs use their hobby in many ways, 6/22/94, 1D
    • Computer-assisted instruction, 1/16/89, 1A
    • Forest Hill students learn on college level, 3/30/90, 4B
    • Governor Mabus and school children match computer wits, 5/31/89, 1B
    • How to buy a PC: what to do when you get it home, 6/22/92, 4B
    • In kindergartens and first grade, 1A; 1/16/89
    • Jitney-Jungle's 'Apples for Students' program, 9/14/90, 4B
    • Mississippi students becoming computer friendly, 12/26/89, 4B
    • Public elementary schools given $7 Million grant to buy, 4/19/89, 1A
    • Sykes 1st school to get computer in Jitney-Jungle program, 1/20/90, 1B
    • Theft of computer deprives student of means of communication, 10/3/89, 1A; 10/14/89, 1B
    • Tornado tracking, 3/7/87, 1A
    • Writing to Read program supported by Mabus, 11/14/89, 1A
  • Computers SEE ALSO Bulletin boards
  • Computers SEE ALSO Writing to Read
  • Computers networks
    • Faith on line: networks devoted to religious matters, 12/10/94, 1D
  • Computers software
    • Software for children, 7/20/92, 1D
  • Con artists SEE Scam
  • Concealed weapons
    • Federal agents will help police with felons carrying guns, 11/10/92, 1B
    • Hinds County School Board to set gun regulations, 8/10/90, 5B
    • House makes some public places out of bounds to armed citizens, 2/7/91, 1A
    • House votes to bar concealed weapons from public places, 2/20/91, 1A; 2/22/91, 3B
    • Pearl School Board prohibits firearms at school events, 8/14/90, 1A
    • Police in state want guns banned from cars, 11/9/92, 1A
    • Rankin County moves to keep guns off campuses, 7/26/90, 1A
  • Concealed weapons SEE ALSO Gunslinger law
  • Concept stores
    • Proposed McCarty-Holman store at Ridgewood/Atkins intersection, 7/21/92, 1B
  • Concerned Citizens
    • Jackson neighborhood watch group now involving more blacks, 1/17/92, 4B
  • Concerned Citizens of Madison SEE Apartments, Madison...Locust
  • Concerned Parents
    • Seek cuts in school calendar, 4/18/89, 1B
    • Seek greater voice in school decisions, 4/17/89, 3B
  • Concerned Women of America, 8/12/89, 1D
    • Natonal conference, 10/21/89, 1D
  • Concerts
    • Stadium area residents' concerns, 5/26/87, 1A
  • Concorde
    • Flyby stops traffic,shoppers, 6/27/88, 1A
    • Mississippians to fly on Concorde, 6/26/88, 1A
    • To make stop in Jackson on 6/26/88, 6/2/88, 8B
  • Condominiums
    • Capitol Street, 5/1/87, 8B
  • Condoms
    • AIDS
      • Ministers' views, 2/28/87, 1C
    • Being sold in Ole Miss dormitories, 11/27/91, 1B
    • Dale White to distribute to teamsters, 7/5/87, 1B
    • Given to prisoners, 7/14/87, 1A
    • Prisoners
      • Parchman, 4/26/87, 1B
    • She's wearing CONDOMS!, 11/8/90, 1d
    • Television advertising, 2/21/87, 1A
    • To be sold to prisoners, 7/29/87, 1A
  • Condren, Randy SEE Duck hunting
  • Cone, Benjamin
    • Minister of Blair Metropolitan A.M.E. records minisermons, 3/16/91, 1D
  • Conerly, Ada
    • Grows prize-winning day lilies, 6/21/93, 1D
  • Coney, Melvene SEE Veterans Memorial Stadium
  • Confederate Air Force
    • Jackson Wing plans to rebuild 1941 airplane, 3/15/93, 1A
    • Mississippi Wing gathers in Madison, 5/22/94, 1B
  • Confederate flag SEE Rebel flag
  • Confederate Memorial Day, 4/22/95, 2B; 4/28/86, 1B
  • Conference and Child Abuse and Neglect
    • Jackson, 4/10/92, 1B; 4/11/92, 1B; 4/18/87, 1B; 4/26/90, 1B
  • Conference on Alternative Futures in Mississippi, 3/1/87, 3B
  • Conflict-of-interest
    • State Supreme Court eases ban for elected officials, 4/17/92, 1A
  • Conger, Rocky SEE Whitfield State Hospital
  • Congress Street
    • People see burglaries, but few police, 5/23/90, 5B
    • Police task force set up to stem burglaries, 5/26/90, 1B
    • Residents oppose historic-area designation, 4/29/94, 5B
  • Congress Street Properties
    • Eastover group reports loss, 12/8/87,8B
  • Congressional Challenge, 1965 SEE Alexander, Margaret Walker
  • Congressional Challenge, 1965 SEE Voter registration
  • Congressional races
    • Comments by district, 9/28/86, 1J
  • Congressmen
    • 'Cardinals' of Congress: Whitten is their 'Pope', 6/7/92, 2G
    • 101st Congress convenes, state delegation sworn in, 1/4/89, 1A
    • Cochran and Lott vote against Congressional pay raise, 2/3/89, 1A
    • Dowdy is richest in state delegation, 5/26/88, 1B
    • Financial reports of Mississippi's U.S. Representatives, 5/23/89, 1A
    • Financial reports of Senators Lott and Cochran, 5/20/89, 1B
    • Glass ceiling: gender pay gap in US Congress, 12/19/93, 1A, 18A
    • Lott & Dowdy missed votes while campaigning, 10/27/88, 1B
    • Lott, Parker, Smith receive tentative committee assignments, 1/6/89, 3B
    • Low TV profile, 8/22/87, 1A
    • Mississippi delegation gives 102nd Congress mixed review, 10/12/92, 1B
    • Mississippi delegation watches Defense budget cuts like hawks, 9/23/90, 1H
    • Mississippi delegation zeroing in on 1990 priorities, 12/26/89, 1B
    • Mississippi delegation, except for Espy, is staunchly conservative, 2/3/92, 3B
    • Mississippi delegation: Espy leads in office expenditures, 9/24/92, 2B
    • Mississippi Senators worth watching, rumors say relations cool, 1/8/89, 3H
    • Mississippi's Congressional class of '89, 1/1/89, 1H
    • Mississippi's Congressmen oppose 50% pay raise, 1/8/89, 1B
    • Moment of truth for state Democrats: support Clinton?, 3/14/93, 3G
    • Politics loom for state congressmen, 1/30/88, 1B
    • Smith, Montgomery active opponents of salary hike, 2/5/89, 1A
    • State delegation like cats on a hot tin roof (analysis), 1/21/90, 1H
    • State's delegation files for March 10 primary, 1/11/92, 1B
    • Welfare, drought bills hit home in MS, 10/16/88, 4B
  • Conjugal visits
    • Program survives 1994 get-tough prison legislation, 9/11/94, 1A
  • Conlee, William
    • Jackson policeman struck by van; driver held on assault, 7/19/92, 1A; 7/20/92, 2B
    • Recovering, set to leave hospital, 7/28/92, 5B
  • Conley, Laura
    • Jackson woman dies opening Christmas gifts with children, 12/26/91, 2B; 12/27/91, 3B
  • Conn, Ira
    • Biloxi city employee arrested in gambling raid, 11/30/91, 3B
  • Connallon, John
    • Shearson Lehman executive speaks at investment seminar, 9/26/91, 5B
  • Conner, Bill SEE Auctions, Madison County
  • Conner, Fox
    • Mississippi general was 'graduate school' for Eisenhower, 10/14/90, 1E
  • Conner, Major General Fox
    • Slate Springs, 1/15/89; 3H
  • Connors, Matthew
    • Catholic brother in Greenville works with troubled youth, 1/28/92, 1B; 12/9/91, 1A
  • Conrod, Ernest
    • Extradition hearing in Melvin Brown slaying, 6/15/94, 2B
    • Killer of Indianola deputy tries to kill bail bondsman, 4/23/94, 3B
  • Consignment shops
    • Castoff clothes reel in cash, 8/11/92, 1D
    • Jackson can fill clothes bill, 1/28/88, 1E
  • Consolidated Freightways
    • May move Richland terminal to Memphis, 7/2/92, 5B
  • Consolidation
    • Cities, counties considering consolidating governemnts, 3/17/91, 1A, 5B
    • School districts, 6/21/87, 1B
    • Some schools forced to do so, 3/30/86, 1B
  • Constables, Copiah County
    • Chase convicted of defrauding county, 12/8/89, 3B
    • Chase fights his exile from home county, 4/13/90, 1B
    • Court takes away their duty of delivering judgements, 1/1/90, 1A
  • Constables, Hinds County
    • 1990 elections pits 2 policemen against each other, 11/5/90, 3B
    • Buckner and Mitchell driving pickup trucks on duty, 6/29/91, 4B
    • Constable arrests 2 Jackson police officers, 6/30/89, 1B
    • Former Danks bodyguard J.E. Magee will be constable, 9/21/89, 5B
    • No trial date set for Thomas, arrested 13 months ago, 11/21/90, 5B
    • Police officer challenging retired officer for District 1 post, 7/19/90, 5B
    • Thomas freed on bond after cocaine charge, 10/5/89, 1A; 10/6/89, 5B
    • Thomas pleads guilty, but avoids prison, 3/19/91, 1A
    • Thomas seeking plea bargain, 3/9/91, 5B
    • Thomas takes 30-day leave in cocaine case, 10/18/89, 5B
    • Thomas wants separate trial in cocaine case, 5/12/90, 5B
  • Constables, Lee County
    • Constable to plead guilty, 12/5/87, 1B
  • Constables, Mississippi
    • 21 have not filed annual income statements, 5/17/94, 2B
    • Face renewed criticism, 12/22/85, 1H
    • Fifteen county constables have not filed income reports, 5/18/90, 3B
    • Guidelines set, 4/7/86, 1A
    • Six fail to submit 1988 income reports, 5/17/89, 4B
  • Constables, Rankin County
    • Replacement for Charles Taylor deliberated, 8/24/94, 4B
  • Constitution
    • Bicentennial
      • Amendment I, 9/13/87, 1B; 9/17/87, 1A
      • Amendment VI, 9/16/87, 1A
      • Right to bear arms, 9/14/87,1A
    • Bicentennial celebrated
      • 9/18/87
    • DAR to celebrate Bicentennial, 9/1/87, 1B
    • Essay contesnt winner, 9/17/87, 1A
    • National bicentennial competition, 2/7/88, 1B
  • Constitution, Mississippi SEE Mississippi Constitution
  • Construction Design & Building
    • Sandra Jones, owner
      • How's business?, 12/14/93, 6B
  • Construction, Gulfport
    • Construction banned from flooded Orange Grove and Lyman areas, 5/28/91, 2B
  • Construction, Jackson
    • Contractors' awards-first merit award, 11/29/87, 1F
    • Contracts up in September (chart with figures), 11/1/85, 8B
    • Developers see Lakeland Dr. as hot spot, 10/26/88, 8B
    • Healthy market despite dip in state, 3/23/88, 8B
    • Local construction boom, 6/5/87, 8B
    • Merit awards presented, 11/25/88, 8B
  • Construction, Mississippi
    • Building boom leaves few idle construction workers, 7/7/94, 5B
    • Contracting rises slightly above '86, 11/27/87, 6B
    • Contractors seek diversity in work force, 11/21/93, 1C
    • Contracts rise 16% in 87, 12/30/87, 8B
    • Contracts up from 1984, 11/30/85,3/23/88, 8B
    • Down in 1985, 1/28/86, 8B
    • Mississippi building contracts August 88, 10/5/88, 8B
  • Consultants also SEE Hinds County---Consultants....
  • Consumer fraud SEE Fraud
  • Consumer price index
    • January, 2/28/87, 8B
  • Consumer Protection Act
    • New Mississippi law catches 2 peddling counterfeit items, 7/23/94, 2B
  • Contact lenses
    • Disposable contact lenses, 6/4/89, 1G
  • Contaminated pipes SEE Pipes
  • Contemporaries New Year's Eve Gala
    • At Museum of Art, 12/30/93, 3E
  • Contemporary Landscape Painting
    • Exhibit at Bryant Galleries, 9/27/92, 1G
  • Contests
    • Christmas memories, 12/21/86, 1E
    • Pearl woman Nita Renfroe wins national contest 'Cars We Love', 6/27/91, 1A
  • Continental Airlines
    • Bans rap group Geto Boys from flight, 10/1/91, 2B
    • Extends Houston commuter service to Jackson, 5/9/90, 6B
    • Its bankruptcy filing won't affect Jackson shuttle, 12/4/90, 6B
    • May hike Jackson-to-Houston fare, 7/10/91, 6B
  • Continuing Education Learning Center, 5/8/87, 8B
    • Students savor success, 9/19/88, 1B
  • Contract killings SEE Murder-for-hire
  • Contract Procurement Center
    • Gets government contracts, 9/26/88, 3B
  • Contractors
    • Bill would do away with classroom study for licensing, 1/17/90, 6B
    • Construction "craftsmen" honored, 11/29/87, 1F
    • Proposed bill would require license for home builders, remodelers, 11/17/90, 6B
    • Tips on hiring right contractor for dream home, 2/24/92, 4B
    • Want state to start licensing building contractors, 1/2/93, 2B
  • Contracts SEE City contracts, Jackson
  • Contracts SEE State contracts
  • Convenience stores, Clinton
    • 2nd clerk found dead in 2 months, 3/13/93, 1B; 3/14/93, 2B
    • Berryhill arrested in 2nd slaying, 3/17/93, 1B
    • Clerk Greg Graves is slain, 1/29/93, 1B
  • Convenience stores, Hattiesburg
    • Clerk Oran Fesler killed at Starvin' Marvin, 5/6/91, 3B
    • Councilman Farris wants regulation of local stores, 7/2/91, 3B
    • Robberies at 3 stores, 1 clerk killed, 5/1/91, 1B; 5/2/91, 2B
  • Convenience stores, Hinds County
    • Utica man wins fight to build store west of Raymond, 3/31/90, 5B
  • Convenience stores, Jackson
    • 3rd store robbed, 1/25/88, 3B
    • 6 Circle K stores robbed within 7 hours, 6/19/89, 1B
    • Accosted store clerk shoots would-be robber, 4/25/91, 4B
    • Charter Food Store SEE ALSO Swilley, James
    • Charter Food Store robbery, 10/16/90, 1A; 10/17/90, 1B
    • Charter Food Store: guards hired in wake of slayings, 10/19/90, 1A
    • Charter Food Store: McDougle gets life sentence, 11/24/92, 5B
    • Charter Food Store: McDougle will testify against Swilley, 8/11/92, 1B
    • Charter Food Store: police getting tips, 10/18/90, 1B
    • Charter Food Store: suspects took trip to Texas, 11/1/90, 1B
    • Circle Ks may be closed and sold, 12/12/91, 5B
    • Clerk Bedi Singh wounded, 12/30/93, 3B
    • Clerk Darryl Moore: Crime Stoppers seeks clues, 11/21/94, 3B
    • Clerk Daryl Moore killed in robbery, 3/28/91, 1A
    • Clerk Daryl Moore's murder blamed on two Jackson teenagers, 3/29/91, 1A
    • Clerk David Flint is stabbed to death, 3/5/93, 4B
    • Clerk Gerald Jackson shot in Circle K store, 4/13/91, 5B
    • Clerk Ray Parkman slain on Old McDowell Road, 7/19/93, 1A
    • Clerk Ray Parkman's slaying: computer-enhanced video, 7/20/94, 4B
    • Clerk thwarts gunman, 5/11/90, 5B
    • Clerk uses gun second time in 2 months to foil robbers, 6/2/91, 2B
    • Ex-clerks charged in slayings, 10/26/90, 1A; 10/27/90, 1B; 11/17/90, 3B
    • Guidelines for clerks faced with robbery, 4/17/92, 1B
    • Hearing for suspect Johnson in Daryl Moore slaying, 4/18/91, 4B
    • Hinds Groceries: clerk shot in legs, store robbed, 12/24/93, 4B
    • Hostage taken at North Jefferson store, 7/27/91, 5B; 7/28/91, 3B
    • Osgood hid gun, loot after October 1990 robbery/slaying, 4/12/91, 1B
    • Surveillance camera leads to arrest of robber, 5/7/91, 5B
    • Thief fools customer; clerk in cooler, 5/29/91, 4B
    • Two employees killed in robbery, 10/16/90, 1A
  • Convenience stores, Jackson (double slaying in 1990) SEE ALSO Swilley, James
  • Convenience stores, Kiln
    • Robbery/slaying at Quickstop, 12/19/92, 3B; 12/20/92, 2B; 12/24/92, 3B
  • Convenience stores, Meridian
    • Clerk is killed, no money taken, 10/17/90, 1A
    • Robbery leaves two employees wounded, 10/28/90, 2B
  • Convenience stores, Mississippi
    • Circle K gasoline storage tank lawsuit settlement, 4/3/93, 3B
    • Clerk says threat of violence a fact of work life, 10/16/90, 1A
    • Gasoline theft a major problem, 3/1/93, 3B
    • May be cut from food stamp program, 12/11/92, 5B
    • One-store owners struggle to compete, 3/6/88, 1G
    • Professional association fights crime in stores, 10/25/94, 1B
    • Super Stop owner Deweese: clerks can defend themselves, 4/25/91, 4B
  • Convenience stores, Pearl
    • Video camera off; clerk abducted, 7/15/93, 1B
  • Convenience stores, Raymond
    • Residents fight new curb store near school, 9/26/90, 5B; 10/9/90, 5B
  • Convention and Visitors Bureau SEE Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Convention centers
    • Jackson
      • Ditto advocates center for Jackson, 1/16/91, 5B
      • Without a big center, Jackson cannot attract conventions, 5/5/91, 1C
    • Rankin County
      • C of C chief Morris Currie wants center, 1/25/92, 1A, 4B
    • Vicksburg
      • Issue resurrected after 1990 annexation approved, 9/23/92, 3B
  • Conversation with the candidates
    • Bill Gilbert, 7/9/87, 1B
    • Dale Danks and Mike Moore, 6/26/87, 1B
    • Dick Molpus, 7/16/87, 1B
    • Eaves and Sturdivant, 7/7/87, 1B
    • Ellen Gilchrist, 7/10/87, 1B
    • Guy Land, 7/17/87, 1B
    • Jack Reed, 6/24/87, 1B
    • Jerry Williams, 7/8/87, 1B
    • Marshall Bennett, 7/3/87, 1B
    • Maurice Dantin and Doug Lemon, 6/16/87, 1B
    • Michael Raff, 6/25/87, 1B
    • Pete Johnson, 7/21/87, 1B
    • Robertson and Ross, 7/14/87, 1B
    • Roy Jordan, 7/15/87, 1B
    • Steve Turney, 6/30/87,3B
    • Toney and Gary, 7/2/87, 1B
    • Waller and Fountain, 6/23/87, 1B
    • William Bost and Ray Mabus, 7/1/87, 1B
  • Converse all star high top sneakers, 7/6/87, 1D
  • Convict
    • University Medical Center
      • Ecaped convict arraigned in Georgia, 3/22/87, 1A
      • Escape details, 3/26/87, 1A
      • Escaped convict, 3/15/87, 1A; 3/16/87, 1A
      • Escaped convict captured, 3/21/87, 1A
      • Escaped convict fights extradition, 3/23/87, 3B
      • National manhunt, 3/17/87, 3B
  • Conway Computer Group
    • Jack Conway, CEO, 3/31/92, 6B
  • Conway, Diane
    • Comedian addresses Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Council, 2/2/93, 1B
  • Conway, Jack
    • Conway Computer Consultants Inc
      • Business profile, 7/31/89, 1F
  • Conway, Megan
    • Parents sue Forest General, claim meningitis misdiagnosed, 3/8/93, 1B
  • Cook Construction Co
    • Auction of equipment brings $4.5 Million, 4/27/90, 6B
    • Bids go out on road work stopped by bankruptcy, 2/3/90, 5B
    • Employees must 'get in line' for pay, 12/20/89, 6B
    • In bankruptcy proceedings, 11/10/89, 6B; 11/11/89, 6B; 12/6/89, 6B
    • Its bankruptcy stalls work on North State Street, 12/9/89, 1B
    • Seeks change in liquidation order, 12/23/89, 6B
  • Cook, Carla SEE Suicide--Biloxi---Wife...
  • Cook, Chip Guy SEE Sexually abused children
  • Cook, Ernest SEE Comic books
  • Cook, Glen SEE Suicide---Biloxi---Wife...
  • Cook, John
    • Chairman of Rehab Services resigns, 11/3/92, 1B
    • Leaves Human Services Department to work for Governor's Office, 4/26/90, 3B
    • Leaves Mabus administration to work for federal government, 12/28/90, 1B
  • Cook, Kelly Gene SEE University of Mississippi---Journalism...
  • Cook, Noel SEE District Attorneys, Mississippi
  • Cook, Scott
    • Children's Illustrator - Native of Jackson, 1/6/88, 1C
    • Illustrating childrens' books lets his inner child out, 11/11/94, 1E
  • Cookbooks
    • Bayou Cuisine (Indianola) on Bon Appetit's best of list, 12/27/92, 1G
    • By Mississippi authors, 12/6/89, 1E
    • Junior League's 'Southern Sideboards' has 10th anniversary, 8/23/89, 1E
    • Mississippi College publishes 'With Special Distinction', 10/27/93, 1E
    • Soul of Southern Cooking by Kathy Starr, 12/6/89, 1E
  • Cooke, Joe SEE Rankin County Correctional Facility
  • Cooke, Julius
    • Jackson school maintenance workers quit; won't work on his house, 7/27/91, 1A
  • Cookies
    • Pirouline cookies in Gluckstadt, 8/2/86, 8B
  • Cookies SEE ALSO Diet cookie
  • Cooking With Our Cousins
    • Cecile Brown Clement and Loraine Morris, writers, 3/10/93, 1E
  • Cooks, Darryl
    • USM linebacker is 26, married with 3 children, 8/30/93, 1A
  • Cooks, Johnie
    • Indianapolis Colt - Leland native, 1/9/88, 1D
  • Cooksey, Stacey SEE Dorris, Alan
  • Cooley, Archie
    • Leaves Mississippi Valley State, 12/17/86, 1C
  • Cooley, Kevin
    • Missionary to India, 10/1/91, 1D
  • Cooley, Willis SEE Howard Industries Inc
  • Coolidge, Rita
    • At Mississippi Pops, 9/15/89, 1E; 9/17/89, 1B
    • At Mississippi Pops Concert
      • Guitarist Edward Tree, Brookhaven native, 9/13/89, 12F
  • Coon, Mark
    • Poems reflect impressions of Bible, 5/14/88, 1C
  • Cooper Tire & Rubber Co
    • Stockwatch, 9/11/89, 12E
    • Tires supplied to Autobacs Seven (Japan), 9/7/94, 8B
  • Cooper Tools Division
    • Greenville
      • Bandsaws, hacksaw blade, 5/7/88, 8B
  • Cooper, Billy
    • Madison County chancery clerk resigns
      • Is ill; won't be prosecuted, 9/8/93, 1A
  • Cooper, Billy SEE Chancery clerks, Madison County
  • Cooper, Forrest
    • Mississippi history buff, 10/1/87, 1F
  • Cooper, Ione and Rob
    • Fulton florist convicted of stealing flowers from grave, 6/28/91, 2B
    • Mother, son's court appeal fails, 6/10/94, 3B
  • Cooper, Joseph
    • Parents suing General Motors in his traffic death, 11/20/91, 4B
  • Cooper, Larry Joe SEE Mobile homes---Clinton
  • Cooper, Owen
    • Businessman, 11/16/86, 3G
    • Dies, 11/9/86, 1A & 1B
    • Memorial, 11/10/86, 1B
  • Cooper, Patricia SEE Murder---Mount Carmel
  • Cooper, Roy
    • Counterfeit money and guns seized, 12/26/84, 1A
  • Cooper, Stephanie Karole
    • Trustmark teller charged with embezzlement, 9/4/93, 5B
  • Cooper, Steve
    • Tiffany's Cabaret owner, 11/25/91, 5A
  • Cooper, William R
    • Canton development director killed in I-55 wreck, 8/9/91, 1B
  • Cooperative Extension Service
    • Metro Area Master Gardeners, 7/15/94, 1E
    • Seeking racial equality in salaries, hmemakers clubs, 1/29/92, 5B
    • Told budget will be tight in future, 10/24/91, 5B
  • Coordinated Services
    • Link between businesses and charities, 2/26/92, 5B; 4/4/92, 1D
  • Copa Casino SEE Dockside gambling, Gulfport
  • Copiah County
    • Confederate records found in Courthouse, 10/23/89, 1B
    • Coroner given probation in drugs-for-sex case, 3/24/89, 1B
    • Want study of county as possible nuclear waste depository, 1/24/92, 1B
    • Women forced out over interracial relationship, 4/16/90, 1B
  • Copiah County Jail
    • Attorney charges jail sold escapes, 1/8/91, 2B
    • Jailer resigns over allowing inmate sex contacts, 9/1/94, 1B
  • Copiah County Sheriff's Department
    • Handcuffed man steals deputy's car, 2/1/90, 1B; 2/3/90, 3B
    • McClendon resignd, 3/22/94, 1B; 3/23/94, 1B
  • Copiah County Supervisors
    • Hood & sons plead guilty:vote fraud, 4/8/88, 1A
    • Indicted in fraud case, 11/7/87, 1B
    • Vote fraud convictions reversed, 3/17/88, 1A
  • Copper wire
    • Being stolen from MP&L, 5/10/89, 1B
  • Copperfield, David
    • Performs in Jackson, 9/25/85, 1C
    • Two shows at Municipal Auditorium, 2/6/92, 6E
  • Coppock, Darryl or Elke SEE Kidnapping, New Orleans
  • Coppock, James Nicholas
    • Adjusts to prison; refuses to talk about grave-robbing, 1/13/92, 3B
    • Could stand trial in June, 4/1/5/90, 2B
    • Expert says his fantasy behavior tied to 'Dungeons & Dragons', 8/20/90, 1A
    • Family says defense feared calling Griffith as witness, 8/3/90, 1A
    • Flees custody at Keesler AFB; recaptured, 4/18/90, 1A; 4/19/90, 1A
    • Given 19-year sentence in kidnapping, 8/2/90, 1A
    • Goes before court-martial, 7/28/90, 1B
    • Kidnappers caught in Tennessee, 3/24/90, 1A
    • Kidnapping pair flee South Carolina authorities, 3/22/90, 1A
    • Lawmen doubt grave robbing story, 5/19/90, 3B
    • New York officials want to quiz him on grave robbing, 8/15/90, 1A
    • New York officials want to talk to him about grave robbing, 8/2/90, 1B
    • New York police stumped by grave robbing story, 4/24/90, 1A
    • Pleads guilty in coast kidnapping, 7/31/90, 1A
    • Suspected in New York grave robbing, 4/21/90, 1A; 4/22/90, 1B; 4/23/90, 2B
    • Tells military court of being sexually abused as a child, 8/1/90, 1A
  • Coppock, James Nicholas SEE ALSO Collins kidnapping
  • Copyright laws
    • Business use of music and paying copyright owners, 6/28/89, 1D
    • Tylertown video store raided, 7/15/88, 8B
  • Cora's Cake In a Jar, 7/28/94, 5B; 12/20/89, 1E
  • Corbin, Gene
    • New director of Community Stewpot, 10/10/93, 1B
  • Corcoran, John SEE Stanton, Kenneth R.
  • Cordes, Gordon
    • Celebration set for returning engineer, 12/23/91, 2B
    • Vicksburg engineer missing in Kuwait, 11/15/91, 3B; 11/19/91, 3B; 11/29/91, 3B
  • Core Knowledge Sequence SEE Schools, Mississippi
  • Coreopsis
    • Named state wildflower (Felder Rushing column), 5/7/91, 1D
  • Corey, Carolyn
    • Canton teacher suspended after calling a student a 'dyke', 12/16/94, 5B
  • Corey, Nema
    • Young woman is pitcher on Meridian High School team, 4/28/92, 1D
  • Corinth
    • Outlaw reputation, 9/2/85, 1A
  • Corinth High Academic and Performing Arts Center
    • Scheduled for 1992, 11/19/91, 4B
  • Corinth High School
    • Rated best in state by 'Redbook', 3/26/94, 1B
  • Corinth Public Schools
    • Consolidation with county is questioned, 12/25/89, 1B
    • Highest accrediation rating suggested, 12/12/93, 6B
  • Corinth, Battle of
    • Reenactment needs northerners, 9/21/87, 1A
  • Corinth, Mississippi
    • Lott wants battlefields made national military park, 1/28/91, 2B
    • Mayor convicted in insurance scheme, 5/27/89, 1A
    • Mayor says he is innocent of scheme, 3/1/89, 1B
  • Corinthian Mortgage Corp.
    • Set up by Fidelity Bank, 11/5/85, 8B
  • Corkern, John
    • Locksmith on call is robbed in apartment parking lot, 7/20/93, 1B
  • Corley, Si
    • Obituary, 7/15/89, 2B
  • Corley, Wilton Wade
    • Court dismisses one intimidation suit, lets other stand, 8/8/91, 3B
  • Corn SEE Agriculture, Mississippi
  • Corner Drug Store
    • Vicksburg, 3/22/87, 1E
  • Coroners, Bolivar County
    • Ted Ray cannot serve until he takes course, 11/27/94, 1B; 11/29/94, 2B
  • Coroners, Copiah County
    • Breland given probation in drugs-for-sex case, 1/21/89, 1A; 3/24/89, 1B
  • Coroners, Hinds County
    • Martin injured on way to police-rookie slaying site, 2/1/93, 5A; 4/2/93, 5B
    • Martin loses part-time sheriff's department job, 10/1/92, 4B
  • Coroners, Mississippi
    • Constitution requires no medical training, 1/17/88, 1H
    • Coroner cleared of beheading charge, 9/5/86, 1A
    • Hinds Coroner bones up on anthropology, 10/10/88, 1B
    • Pay for chief coroner, 7/18/88, 1B
    • Proposed standards, 3/31/86, 1B
  • Coroners, Pike County
    • Coroner Ben Hunt denies he shot man, 4/5/93, 3B; 12/28/92, 3B
    • Hunt accused of stalking man, barred from area, 4/29/93, 3B
    • Hunt given jail term in shooting, 4/10/93, 1B
  • Corporal punishment SEE ALSO School discipline
  • Corporal punishment Jackson
    • Will be banned in Jackson schools by 1991, 7/17/90, 1A
  • Corporal punishment, Canton
    • Counselor arrested for slapping student, 4/25/91, 4B
  • Corporal punishment, Greenville
    • Outlawed in 1992, 1/12/91, 3B
  • Corporal punishment, Jackson
    • Canada cites alternatives to paddling, 7/24/90, 5B
    • Jackson schools eliminate paddling, 9/2/91, 1A
    • Schools see drastic drop in paddling, 12/24/90, 1B
    • Superintendent wants paddling banned, 7/15/90, 1A
  • Corporal punishment, Mississippi, 5/7/87, 1B
    • On decline in Mississippi schools?, 4/16/89, 1H
    • State 10th, 9/8/87, 2B
    • State ranks 3rd in paddling students, 3/7/88, 2B
  • Corporal punishment, Pearl
    • Superintendent finds no violation by teacher Jeff Cannon, 4/28/90, 3B
    • Teacher Jeff Cannon fined for assault of teen, 6/27/90, 1A
    • Teacher Jeff Cannon is cleared of charges, fine, 11/27/91, 1B
  • Corporal punishment, Scott County
    • Suit against school principal, 1/9/90, 1B
  • Corporal punishment, US
    • Southern states slow to join non-paddling movement, 7/15/90, 1A
  • Corporate Community Service Week, 10/20/94, 1D
  • Corporate Fund on Children SEE Peavey Electronics
  • Corporate taxes SEE Taxes, Mississippi
  • Corporation for Enterprise Development
    • Grades state's economic future, 5/7/93, 5B; 5/25/95, 5B
  • Corporations, Mississippi
    • Annual meetings offer useful information, 3/5/90, 1E
    • Corporate giving in Mississippi, 12/24/89, 1G
    • Corporate good citizens
      • Giving benefits communities, 2/13/94, 1C
    • Corporate rolls are being trimmed, 10/14/88, 10B
    • Corporations & lien records available, 9/11/88, 1H
    • How to read annual reports, 3/27/89, 1E; 12/5/93, 1C
    • Pros and cons on going public, 1G; 1/1/89
  • Corporations, United States
    • 100 best not immune to layoffs (new book), 1/23/93, 4B
  • Corps of Engineers SEE U.S. Corps of Engineers
  • Corr, William E.
    • Sentenced to 6 mos., 6/11/86, 1B
  • Corrections Corporation of America
    • Was target of FBI probe, 8/6/94, 1A
  • Correro, Sam
    • Madison druggist rides off-road motorcycle from Alabama to Pacific Coast, 9/12/94, 1D
  • Cortesi, Roy SEE Bauchaa
  • Corvettes (automobile)
    • Impounded car given to wrong man; city must pay for repairs, 7/28/93, 1A
    • Slay family's 11 most valuable Corvettes for sale, 10/10/94, 1B
  • Cosby, Bill
    • At opening ot Tupelo colesium, 10/10/93, 1A
    • Is humble and clever at Rust College ceremony, 11/19/90, 1A
  • Cost of raising a child
    • Takes a bundle of cash, 4/29/91, 4B
  • Costa, Victor
    • Texas hairdresser pleads innocent to drug trafficking charges, 3/22/91, 2B
  • Costner, Kevin SEE Motion pictures
  • Cothran, Sandra Upchurch
    • Suit accuses 2 companies of price fixing on baby formula, 10/14/93, 1B
  • Cothran, William
    • Former Belzoni postmaster charged withn embezzlement, 5/23/91, 2B
  • Cotten, Donald SEE Public Education Forum of Mississippi
  • Cotton
    • 1994 crop: high yields and good quality, 10/9/94, 3C; 10/19/94, 5B
    • 50th anniversary of 1st mechanical cottonpicker, 10/1/94, 6B
    • Bumper crop in 1991; farm value to $900 million, 11/15/91, 6B
    • Cotton king again, good season, 1/10/88, 1G
    • Criticism of MSU's grant of monopoly on cottonseed DES 19, 2/13/90, 7B; 12/19/89, 1B
    • Crop for 1989 looks 'iffy', 7/27/89, 6B; 9/22/89, 6B
    • Crop for 1990 will be bigger, 8/12/90, 1G
    • Crop may be better than expected, 9/20/88, 8B
    • Crop, Fall, '87, 9/7/87, 3B
    • Despite lack of rain, there is optimism about harvest, 6/17/90, 11B
    • Dry/wet weather hurts cotton & soybeans, 12/1/84, 8B
    • Due to new seed varities 1991 crop may reach 2 million bales, 10/16/91, 5B
    • Elcar virus used in new way to kill cotton pests, 5/28/90, 4B
    • Fall 1993 crop worst in decade?, 10/8/93, 5B
    • Farmers expect bad year, 8/14/86, 8B
    • Farmers looking at tight year in 1991, 9/8/91, 4C
    • Farmers thankful for April rains, 4/21/92, 6B
    • Farmers worried over cool, damp weather, 5/3/94, 6B; 5/8/94, 3C; 6/15/94, 8B
    • Flooded Delta pushes cotton prices to 10-year high, 5/21/91, 7B
    • Forty tons of cotton scorched, soaked in Canton warehouse, 10/4/90, 1B
    • Greenwood classification facility moves to Arkansas, 1/4/94, 3B; 1/5/94, 5B
    • Hail damage near Greenwood, 6/1/94, 8B
    • If rain stops immediately, farmers may get good crop, 5/5/91, 3C
    • Increase in production cuts prices, 5/22/88, 2B
    • Maroon and white variety, 8/26/87, 8B
    • May test bug-killer cotton plants, 10/19/88, 4B
    • October freeze adds to troubles of farmers, 10/20/89, 6B
    • Once again king in Mississippi (in production value), 12/22/90, 6B
    • Planting behind, only 60% done in state, 6/9/91, 3C
    • Poor harvest, 10/5/86, 1G
    • Progress in Delta farming, 7/29/85, 1B
    • Research and Promotion Act, 7/21/91, 2C; 8/3/91, 6B
    • Spring planting statistics, 4/19/87, 1G
    • ST 132 experimental cottonseed yields 1993's 1st cotton bale, 6/29/93, 5B
    • With subsidies reduced, more cotton planted in Mississippi, 3/31/91, 1G
    • Wives start cotton campaign, 3/29/86, 8B
    • Worm-resistant seed 2 years away, MSU geneticists say, 4/19/94, 5B
    • Year started off bad, farmers unable to recover, 11/5/89, 1G
  • Cotton SEE ALSO Boll weevils
  • Cotton SEE ALSO Kenaf
  • Cotton Bowl Lanes
    • Raided by police, gambling paraphenalia found, 2/23/93, 3B
  • Cotton choppers
    • Some not getting minimum wage, Labor Department claims, 7/14/92, 6B
  • Cotton Club Casino SEE Riverboat gambling, Greenville
  • Cotton farming
    • Acreage & yields (figures), 4/20/86, 1I
    • Bug Lady helps farmers, 8/21/88, 1G
    • Equipment selling to new growers in Mid-Atlantic states, 4/14/91, 5C
    • Growers urged to use boll weevil traps, 4/28/94, 6B
    • Hoping for increased sales abroad, 10/10/91, 5B
    • Machines change harvest and way of life, 10/20/90, 6B
    • Memphis cotton merchant's problems affect state farmers, 12/29/89, 6B
    • No-till cotton method, 9/19/89, 8B
    • State's farmers need rain, 7/8/90, 3B
  • Cotton Gin (Portable)
    • Sold in Indianola, Mississippi, 12/26/87, 4B
  • Cotton Gin and Its Bittersweet Harvest
    • Exhibit at Old Capitol Museum, 9/9/93, 1D
  • Cotton ginning
    • Pictorial, 9/20/87, 1C
  • Cotton Row on Parade Day '88
    • Greenwood, 8/7/88, 7B
  • Cotton, Amzie
    • Jackson pastor is bishop in Congress of Churches, 10/19/91, 1D
  • Cotton, Argentra SEE Parchman (Inmate Willie Russell...)
  • Cotton, Jarvious
    • Appeals extradition, 7/9/87, 1A
    • Change of trial site requested, 5/11/88, 1B
    • Court wont return, 12/18/87, 3B
    • Extradition, 6/6/87, 1A; 7/8/87, 1A
    • Guilty plea a way of "Saving my life," 10/9/88, 1A
    • Parchman inmate wants his girlie magazines delivered, 9/26/94, 1B; 10/28/93, 1B
    • To be extradited today, 4/7/88, 3B
    • Trial scheduled for Warren Co., 7/13/88, 1B
  • Cotton, Mary
    • Replaces husband as pastor of Greater True Vine church, 10/19/91, 1D
  • Cotton, Mary Dorothy SEE Murder---Belzoni---Hawkins...
  • Cotton, Sherry
    • Winner of Jitney Jungle/Miss 103 lottery, 12/3/93, 4B
  • Cottonlandia Museum
    • Exhibits winners in 10th competition, 5/27/90, 1F
    • May open Delta brach of Museum of Art, 8/29/92, 3B
  • Cottonseed Oil Mill, 10/2/87, 8B
  • Cottrell, Willie Lee
    • Peace-loving man killed coming to aid of woman, 4/19/92, 3B
  • Couch Potatoes, 9/2/87, 1C
  • Couch, Tommy
    • Son of Malaco founder starts own label---Waldoxy Records, 1/26/92, 1F
  • Council
    • Danks loses advisor in cuts, 9/23/88, 1A
  • Council for Support of Public Higher Ed. in MS, 8/20/86, 1B
  • Council of Conservative Citizens
    • Fordice speaks to group in Greenwood, 4/12/92, 1B
  • Council, Benjamin
    • Laurel physician charged with fraud, 1/17/93, 5B
  • Counselors SEE Pastoral counseling
  • Counselors SEE School counselors
  • Count Basie Orchestra
    • Night at the Copa benefit for Jackson NAACP, 10/16/89, 1D
    • Rust College benefit at Holiday Inn Downtown, 9/20/92, 1F
  • Counterfeit items
    • Bogus designer items found in Meridian warehouse, 12/1/88, 1A
    • Bogus Dooney & Bourke handbags seized in Greenville, 11/29/93, 3B
    • Jackson police seize watches, purses, 6/14/89, 1B
    • Kentucky residents charge in counterfeiting checks, 3/25/92, 3B
  • Counties
    • Mississippi
      • Auditor Patterson cracks down on inventory control, 5/28/94, 4B
      • Ditto says they must streamline their government, 2/14/91, 2B
      • Mabus signs reform bill, 8/23/88, 3B
    • Senate oks bill allowing counties to form cooperative districts, 2/2/89, 1B
  • Counting Crows
    • Band appears at Hal & Mal's, 4/28/94, 8E
  • Countiss, John
    • U.S. Magistrate Judge retires, 10/1/93, 1B
  • Country Brook Living Center
    • Brookhaven
      • Aide charged with abuse of patient, 10/12/90, 1B
    • Ex-aide jailed in adult-abuse conviction, 1/19/91, 1B
  • Country Charm & Antiques
    • Eudora
      • Weekend getaway, 8/13/92, 3E
  • Country Club Estates Neighborhood Association
    • Summer reading program, 9/9/92, 3B
  • Country Club Place
    • Neighborhood block party, 10/11/92, 1B
  • Country clubs
    • Jackson
      • Shady Oaks, Country Club of Jackson admit blacks, 12/28/90, 1A; 12/29/90, 1B
  • Country dancing
    • Craze hits Jackson, 11/12/92, 9F
    • Mississippi Country Western Dancers' Association workshops, 1/28/93, 4E
  • Country music
    • Colesium weekend: George Jones, Reba McIntire, Faith Hill, 3/31/94, 10E
    • Everybody's joining the 'country club', 4/6/93, 1D; 8/31/92, 1D
    • List of biographies/autobiographies of stars, 9/23/94, 1E
  • Country Music Artist Talent Search
    • Held at Ag Museum, 6/16/91, 2B
  • Country Music Bar
    • Vaiden, 2/22/87, 1E
  • Country Originals
    • On Inc. magazine's list of 500 fastest growing small firms, 1/28/92, 6B
  • Country Roads (Mississippi travel), 1/11/87, 1F
  • Country Skillet Catfish Co
    • Workers gain wage increase, 12/2/90, 4B
  • Country/Cajun Crawfish Festival
    • At Coast Colesium, 3/23/95, 11E; 3/24/94, 3E
  • County administrator SEE Hinds County Administrator
  • County employees, Harrison County
    • Use new drug test, 6/6/90, 1B; 6/7/90, 2B
  • County employees, Hinds County
    • 2% raise seen for county workers, 10/24/92, 1B
    • Hiring of white urged for personnel post, 4/26/94, 1A
    • More minority department heads needed, 4/16/92, 4B
  • County employees, Hinds county
    • No raises in 1993, 9/16/92, 1B
  • County employees, Hinds County
    • Productivity raises take effect, 11/1/89, 5B
    • Raises department heads' pay 6%-15%, 12/31/92, 1A
    • Residency requirement an issue again, 11/8/94, 1B
    • Supervisors nix bottled water purchases, 1/27/93, 1A
    • Those left out in 1993 get2nd chance for raises, 1/7/94, 4B
    • Workers given 3% pay raise, 11/30/93, 1A
  • County employees, Madison County
    • Employee let private club use bulldozer, 9/23/91, 1B
  • County employees, Rankin County
    • Board gives some employees 10% pay hike, 4/28/93, 1B
  • County engineer
    • Hinds County interviewing for full-time engineer, 1/23/90, 5B
    • Rankin County supervisors urge hiring, 7/10/92, 1A; 7/29/92, 4B
    • Whitten is named, hopes to save tax dollars, 6/1/90, 5B
  • County Jail SEE Hinds County Detention Center
  • County Line Road
    • East and west parts linked in two-county project, 4/25/91, 4B
    • Hinds and Madison counties OK money for study on widening, 4/3/90, 5B
    • Hinds and Madison counties study widening of thoroughfare, 5/2/92, 4B
    • Location, rents, tenant mix affect retail success, 1/24/90, 6B
    • Property sold, 1/17/87, 8B
    • Proposed new link to Ridgewood Road, 6/24/92, 4B
    • Ridgewood Court Drive expansion could ease conjestion, 6/2/94, 5B
    • Supervisor Robert Miller wants street connected, 8/23/89, 4B
    • Tougaloo president Shakir urges its widening, 12/20/94, 5B
    • Two retail chains coming to Purple Creek Plaza, 3/16/90, 8B
    • West County Line changed to Matoaka Road, 5/15/90, 5B
    • Who will pay delays stoplight project at Purple Creek?, 4/26/91, 5B; 5/1/91, 5B
  • County Market Discount Foods
    • Will close down in June, 5/22/92, 1A
  • Couples
    • Love at first sight, 7/21/91, 1E
    • Many choose not to have children, 1/24/93, 1E, 2E; 11/18/93, 1E
    • Married couple in business together, 2/17/91, 2G; 11/20/94, 1C
  • Coupons
    • Double value at grocery stores, 11/5/86, 10B
    • Jackson supermarkets have coupon war, 4/24/90, 6B
    • Shoppers heavy use of coupons, 5/8/89, 1E
  • Course, Deloris
    • Says DA Peters playing politics with her husband's traffic death, 8/24/92, 1A
    • Wants trial in car-crash death of husband, 2/10/93, 4B; 12/10/92, 2B
  • Course, Harold SEE Corvettes (automobile)
  • Court of Appeals (Mississippi), 3/25/93, 1B; 3/31/93, 3B; 4/7/93, 2B; 4/12/93, 1A
    • Intermediate court bill signed by Fordice, 4/22/93, 2B
    • Patterson asks for in Mississippi, 11/8/85, 1B; 11/11/89, 4B
  • Court of Appeals (Mississippi) SEE ALSO Judicial elections, 1994
  • Court officials
    • Angry over lack of money to pay travel expense, 8/1/90, 1B
  • Court-appointed lawyers SEE Public defenders
  • Courthouse Racquet Club
    • Plans tennis and swim club in Ridgeland, 8/15/92, 5B
    • Swimming instructor Wendy Warriner, 6/6/94, 1D
  • Courthouses, Hinds County SEE Hinds County Courthouse
  • Courthouses, Mississippi
    • Book records them with photos, 1/18/88, 7B
    • Marshalls say federal courthouses are vulnerable, 12/19/89, 9A
    • Tishomingo Co.-Rebirth of fine lady, 5/30/88, 1C
    • Trapdoor is being retained in renovation, 10/3/88, 1B
    • Vital records being lost due to poor storage, 4/2/90, 1B, 3B
  • Courtroom security SEE Hinds County Chancery Court
  • Courtroom security SEE Hinds County Courthouse
  • Courtroom security SEE Metal detectors
  • Courts, Hinds County
    • Judge Coleman orders pay raises for court administrators, 7/3/92, 1A
    • Waller's 6-member commission to revamp judicial system, 9/1/94, 4B
  • Courts, Jackson
    • Environmental court puts teeth into health regulations, 3/28/93, 1A
  • Courts, Mississippi
    • Judges shutting out public and press, 10/28/90, 1H
    • No money to pay jurors delays federal civil trials, 6/23/93, 1A; 6/30/93, 1A
    • Public confidence in state court system is low, 7/2/93, 1A
    • Waller: do away with grand juries; go with police information, 12/23/94, 5B
  • Cousin, Henry
    • Florence man fatally shoots his 32-year-old son, 6/27/93, 3B; 6/30/93, 2B
    • Freed in charge in slaying of son, 8/13/93, 5B
  • Covenant Christian Church
    • Has new pastor Bill Garrett, 12/2/89, 1C
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church
    • Marketplace ministries, 10/6/90, 1C
  • Covenants SEE Neighborhood covenants
  • Covenience stores, Jackson
    • Well-dress man driving expensive car holds op Super Stop, 7/30/93, 4B
  • Covington, Alexine SEE Pen pals
  • Cowboy Maloney's
    • Buys out Electric City's inventory and assets, 9/25/91, 5B
    • J.C.'Con' Maloney chairman
      • Business profile, 3/26/90, 4E
  • Cowboy Mouth
    • New Orleans band appears at The Midnight Sun, 1/20/94, 3E
  • Cowboys for Christ
    • Founder Ted Pressley speaks in Meridian, 5/7/94, 1D
    • Ministry at Dixie National Rodeo, 2/10/96, 1D; 2/11/91, 1A
  • Cowpunk
    • Clothing, 2/8/87, 1E
  • Cows SEE Cattle
  • Cox Middle School
    • Pontotoc school named among nation's best, 5/11/90, 1A
  • Cox, Fletcher
    • Woodworker's plate chosen for White House Craft Collection, 12/9/93, 1D
  • Cox, J.C.
    • State's 1st Thanksgiving holiday traffic fatality, 11/26/94, 1B
  • Cox, Jacque
    • Capitol Street entrepreneur, 9/30/94, 1E
  • Cox, Mike
    • Jackson police officer blames suspension on radio show remarks, 11/12/93, 1B; 12/11/93, 1B
  • Cox, Ray Edward
    • Wanted in Jackson; arrested in Florida on drug charge, 3/16/90, 5B
  • Cox, Robert
    • Ex-superintendent dunned for fees on 16th-section land, 5/28/93, 4B
  • Cox, Terry
    • Teenager who wants to become stuntman is seriously burned, 6/11/92, 4B
  • Cox, William Harold
    • Ceremony honoring held in U.S. Courthouse, 5/2/89, 1A
    • Judge of KKK/Civil Rights, dies, 2/27/88, 1B
  • Coyotes
    • Mississippi
      • A menace in state, 4/20/86, 1B
      • Driving foxes into Mississippi towns, 10/27/91, 6B
  • CPR SEE Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation
  • Crack cocaine
    • Public enemy number 1, says Thad Cochran, 4/6/94, 2B
  • Crack cocaine SEE ALSO Cocaine
  • Crack cocaine SEE ALSO Drugs
  • Crack cocaine SEE ALSO Operation Crack Down
  • Crack cocaine, Brandon
    • Home stripped, owner Deborah Davis faces charges, 2/18/93, 3B
  • Crack cocaine, Canton
    • Task force gets tough with dealers, 3/23/92, 1A
  • Crack cocaine, Columbia
    • Drug agents trap telephone caller during raid, 5/31/91, 2B
  • Crack cocaine, Delta
    • Blamed for increase in sexual disease, 10/31/89, 3B
  • Crack cocaine, Harrison County
    • County leads state in investigations, 6/29/91, 3B
  • Crack cocaine, Hinds County
    • County men charged with selling crack, 9/22/90, 5B
  • Crack cocaine, Holly Springs
    • 11 arrested in drug raids, 6/11/93, 3B
  • Crack cocaine, Jackson
    • Agents hold 7th in drug-ring charges, 11/19/87, 3B
    • Arrest of 4 men at Ellis Avenue supply store, 11/9/93, 5B; 11/11/93, 3B
    • Arrest of 4...Ellis Avenue: no dope, no charges, 11/27/93, 1B
    • Biloxi businessman encounters crackhead at Jackson Exxon station, 6/23/92, 1A
    • California traffickers arrested at airport, 4/12/93, 5B; 4/14/93, 3B
    • Christian Brotherhood Homes asks for street closure, 2/7/90, 5B
    • Crack dealer Calvin Johnson facing 5- to 200-year term, 3/28/91, 5B
    • Crack houses on Hill Street bulldozed, 12/19/93, 1A
    • Crack unit too expensive for Jackson, Newell says, 8/16/89, 2B
    • Drug cache found at airport; two arrested, 5/8/92, 4B; 5/9/92, 3B
    • Drugs-for-sex prostitutes spreading sexual diseases, 12/17/90, 1A
    • Ex-Florida students charged with crack possession, 11/7/90, 3B
    • Food stamps-for-crack ring nets 35 arrests statewide, 9/12/90, 1A
    • Four persons on student visas busted; police seek further clues, 10/11/90, 5B
    • Fruit pickers must come before grand jury in cocaine theft, 10/13/90, 5B
    • Grand jury indicts father and daughter on charges, 1/9/91, 5B
    • Henry White, addict, pulled from roof by minister, 4/11/93, 1
    • Jackson-area cocaine ring hit with 4 arrests, 11/2/90, 1A
    • Member of Los Angeles Crips gang sentenced in Jackson, 5/13/89, 3B
    • Midtown residents ask city officials help for neighborhood, 7/10/90, 5B
    • Police arrest man, seize cocaine near crack house, 11/30/89, 5B
    • Police foil scheme; arrest 3 in motel search, 10/9/90, 1B
    • Policeman and fireman face drug trafficking charges, 9/9/90, 1B; 9/11/90, 5B
    • Residents ask City Council to clean up crack house, 11/22/89, 2B
    • Routine traffic stop: 3 arrested, 2/10/94, 4B
    • South Jackson raid yields arrest of 3 Texas men, 5/28/92, 5B
    • Waffle House area bust, 11/13/93, 1B
  • Crack cocaine, Jackson County
    • Crack Storm drug busts, 7/13/91, 2B
    • National problem comes home to Pascagoula and Moss Point, 6/25/90, 1A
  • Crack cocaine, Jefferson Davis County
    • Men, part of drug network, sent to prison, 8/23/90, 1B
  • Crack cocaine, Madison County
    • Fifteen dealers arrested in sweep, 11/21/90, 1B
  • Crack cocaine, Meridian
    • Arrests 'significant', 8/4/89, 1B; 8/5/89, 1B; 8/8/89, 4B; 8/9/89, 3B
    • Crack ring members indicted, 9/1/89, 3B; 11/21/89, 3B
    • With arrests, officials hope to slow drug trade, 9/9/90, 7B
  • Crack cocaine, Mississippi
    • Crack-addicted newborns, 10/8/89, 1A, 1B
    • Crack-for-sex may increase AIDS in state, 2/15/90, 1A
  • CRACK COCAINE, MISSISSIPPI
    • DEALERS TARGET SMALLTOWNS, followup 4/8/90, 1A+; 3/25/90, 1A, 1H+
  • Crack cocaine, Mississippi
    • Federal law mandates stiff penalty for sale near schools, 9/2/89, 1B
    • Jefferson Davis and Washington counties seek more funds, 3/29/90, 1A
    • More than just a passing crisis, 6/4/89, 1H
    • Offenders grow younger as crack dealers fill courts, 4/15/90, 1A
    • State's most abused drug, 8/31/94, 3B
  • Crack cocaine, Pascagoula
    • Housing manager stirs ire following federal eviction notices, 6/25/90, 1A
  • Crack cocaine, Rankin County
    • Officials giving tough sentences, 9/4/93, 5B
  • Crack cocaine, Ridgeland
    • Crack bust nets pair, 12/4/88, 1B
  • Crack houses SEE Crack cocaine, Jackson
  • Cracker Barrel
    • Opens restaurant in Jackson, 6/17/92, 5B
    • Restaurant review, 9/24/92, 4E
  • Craddock, Tamara SEE Jubilations Inc
  • Craft, Benjamin
    • Boy undergoes last surgery to construct missing ear, 6/8/93, 1B
  • Craft, Bruce
    • Central Mississippi's Farmer of the Year, 1994, 2/27/94, 1C
  • Craft, Jerry
    • Presley sound-alike at Hal & Mal's, 8/12/93, 8E
  • Craft, Thomas
    • Skeletal remains found 1 year ago
      • Decatur man Billy Walters charged, 21/21/94, 4B
  • Craftman's Guild of Mississippi
    • Guatamalan weavers and potters aided, 6/21/92, 1F
  • Crafts
    • Children's Crafts Sampler Workshop, 6/8/87, 1A
  • Crafts Expo '92, 3/26/92, 7E
  • Craftsmen
    • Garrott, Martha, 1/4/88, 1C
    • James H. Maclellan, cabinetmaker, 3/9/88, 1F
    • Matthew Renna - Birds for tree in D.C., 12/20/87, 1F
    • Mississippi
      • Making home furnishings by hand, 5/21/89, 1E
    • Ole Miss producing on-line directory, 7/31/94, 1F
    • Put fun on the auction block, 3/27/88, 1F
    • Woodcarver creates - O.K. Belote, Canton, 11/21/87, 1C
  • Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi
    • Auction and traveling exhibitions, 3/28/90, 1D
    • Bates to resign, 9/7/92, 1D
    • Christmas ornaments
      • 12/21/86, iF
    • Exhibit at Mississippi Museum of Art, 6/18/89, 1F
    • Guildfest, 3/28/93, 1F
    • New director Linda Mann, 5/30/93, 1F
    • New director Marjorie Bates, 5/21/89, 1F
  • Craig, David SEE Woodcarving
  • Craig, Ivory SEE Oakley Training School
  • Craighead, Stephen
    • Massachusetts impressionist painter's show at Bryant Galleries, 2/11/90, 1F
  • Crain, Bruce
    • President of Mississippi League for Savings resigns, 6/23/90, 6B
  • Crane (machinery)
    • Placed in Gulfport industrial park; Fordice and Taylor squabble, 8/1/92, 3B
  • Crane accident
    • Construction worker crushed to death on I-55 bridge, 12/8/89, 1A; 12/9/89, 2B
  • Crane, Walter
    • Vietnam vet belatedly receives medals, 10/13/91, 1B
  • Cranes (Birds)
    • Endangered species (Gulf Coast), 3/2/86, 1B
  • Cranes (construction) SEE Williams, T.L.
  • Cranston, Peck SEE Jackson Police Department
  • Crash and dash break-ins, Jackson
    • Pawnshop owner wounded; other break-ins, 6/9/93, 1A; 6/10/93, 1B
    • Steel posts erected at pawnshops, 11/21/91, 1A
    • Thieves using autos as battering rams, 1/27/93, 1A
  • Crash Test Dummies
    • Canadian rock band at Hal & Mal's, 12/3/91, 1D
  • Crawfish SEE International Crawfish Festival
  • Crawford family SEE Persian Gulf War
  • Crawford, Bill
    • Named College Board fiscal officer by Fordice, 6/2/92, 1A; 6/7/92, 1B; 6/14/92, 3G
  • Crawford, Edward and Margaret SEE Satellite dish---Meridian couple...
  • Crayons
    • Government recalls crayons laced with lead, 4/6/94, 1A
  • CREATE
    • Community-based economic foundation for northeast Mississippi, 5/23/93, 1C
  • Creationism
    • Eternal debate: creationists vs evolutionists, 10/22/94, 1D
    • Ruling, 6/20/87, 1A
  • Creations Unlimited
    • Larry and Tina Sartin
      • How's business?, 9/8/93, 5B
  • Creative Enterprises
    • Costume shop
      • Guy and Judith Austin, owners
        • How's business?, 10/27/92, 6B
  • Creative Learning Center
    • Promised day-care funds from Human Services don't come through, 3/19/94, 4B
  • Crechale's
    • Restaurant review, 6/14/90, 4E
  • Crechale, Phillip
    • Ordered to pay Ridgeland police damages in brawl, 5/23/90, 5B
  • Credit (personal) SEE Personal finances
  • Credit bureaus
    • Hold your financial life in their hands, 3/19/90, 1E
  • Credit card fraud
    • 2 arrested in scam to buy gowns for gay parties, 2/19/93, 1B; 12/29/92, 1B
    • Billie's of Natchez hit with $30,000 scam, 11/17/92, 3B
    • Credit card forgery an easy crime to commit, 12/25/91, 1B
    • Deposit Guaranty warns against scam asking for card number, 3/7/92, 1B
    • Pearl, Ridgeland make arrest in $3Million scam, 1/9/90, 1B
    • Prevalent in state's casinos, 8/6/94, 1A
    • Rhonda Gill Travis admits guilt in department store scam, 7/12/94, 4B
    • Williams family of Ruleville charged, 4/5/91, 5B; 5/31/91, 3B
  • Credit cards, 2/8/87, 1H
    • Christmas is season for credit crunch, 11/27/89, 1E
    • Credit card addiction, 6/26/89, 1E
    • Deposit Guaranty warns against scam asking for card number, 3/7/92, 1B
    • Easily stolen at post offices, 7/22/93, 1A
    • End vicious cycle of credit card debt, 12/9/91, 4B
    • Fast-food outlets experiment with accepting credit cards, 8/20/92, 5B
    • House bill toughens penalities for card theft, 4/10/92, 2B
    • If Congress limits interest, many in state could lose cards, 11/16/91, 6B
    • Interest rates change 14%, 4/14/87, 8B
    • Jackson credit counselor David Melton, 6/24/92, 1D
    • Tips for keeping Christmas finances under control, 12/2/91, 4B
  • Credit cards SEE ALSO Debit cards
  • Credit Counseling Service of Jackson
    • Dale Melton, counselor, 4/28/91, 3C
  • Credit life insurance SEE Insurance
  • Credit unions
    • Offer big service for small price, 5/6/91, 4B
    • Offer wide variety of financial services, 3/13/89, 1E
  • Creekmore, Angela SEE Health Care Financial Services
  • Creeks
    • Attala County
      • Contaminated with PCR's, 5/29/87, 1E
  • Creeks, Brandon
    • Coon Hunter Road residents battle overflowing creek, 4/8/94, 4B
  • Creel, Nicky SEE Chancery clerks---Harrison County
  • Creel, Travis SEE Weddings
  • Creighton, Lorenzo
    • At loggerheads with Ed Buelow, 1/21/93, 1A; 1/22/93, 1A
    • His resignation affects deputy director Charles Patton's appointment, 5/6/93, 1B
    • Named director of Mississippi Gaming Commission, 8/20/92, 1B
    • Resigns Gaming Commission post; moving to St. Louis, 5/5/93, 1A; 8/16/93, 3B
    • To be CEO of new Lady Luck Casino in Vicksburg, 12/16/94, 3B
  • Cremation
    • Religious beliefs differ on alternative to burial, 8/3/91, 1D, 6D
  • Cremations SEE Southern Mortuary Services
  • Crenshaw, Mississippi, 1/31/88, 3B
    • Policeman killed, 4/2/89, 1A; 4/3/89, 3B
  • Crescendo Ball
    • Fundraiser of the Symphony League, 10/3/91, 3E
  • Crescent City Grill
    • Hattiesburg
      • Restaurant review, 11/15/90, 4F
  • Crestwood Baptist Center
    • Mission, 12/13/86, 1C
    • Operates health clinic, 9/23/89, 1D
  • Crestwood Baptist Church
    • Closes, 11/19/85, 1B
  • Crestwood Clinic for Christ
    • Jackson medical professionals volunteer their time, 10/31/92, 1D
  • Crestwood Elementary School
    • Meridian
      • Has arboretum and bird sanctuary, 12/29/89, 4B
      • PALs program, 12/29/89, 4B
  • Crews, David
    • Former Winter aide appointed to Board of Education, 9/20/90, 3B
    • Ironman competition, 10/23/87, 1C
    • Triathlete, 9/28/87, 1D
  • Crews, Harry
    • From-the-gut author signs book at Lemuria, 2/13/92, 1D
  • Crim, Mitch
    • Says cerebral palsy accurately depicted in 'My Left Foot', 3/6/90, 1D
  • Crime SEE Crime rate
  • Crime At College: The Student Guide...
    • Jackson among most dangerous college towns, 9/13/94, 1A
  • Crime in schools SEE School violence
  • Crime Lab
    • Director, 1/26/87, 1B
    • Dowdy calls for Dixon to resign because of drug scandal, 8/11/91, 1A, 3G
    • Evidence-tampering by Maddox caused delay in Mrs. Mississippi case, 8/19/91, 1B
  • Crime lab
    • Former lab employee Jon Maddox admits stealing drugs, 8/17/91, 1A; 9/12/91, 2B
  • Crime Lab
    • Head Wilsey Kelly suspended after federal drug probe, 11/19/91, 1A
    • Lack of funding stagnates staffing, 12/23/90, 1B, 3B
  • Crime lab
    • Maddox admits to being 'very guilty', 10/3/91, 3B
    • Maddox to serve 4 months in halfway house, 12/7/91, 4B
  • Crime Lab
    • Official: 'drug scandal' actually caused by resignation of employee, 8/16/91, 3B
    • Open house following renovation, 10/16/93, 3B; 10/17/93, 1B
    • Overworked, underfunded, 7/20/86, 1A
    • Probe reveals no coverup by Louisa Dixon, 8/25/91, 3G (Salter column)
  • Crime Lab SEE ALSO Kelly, Wilsey
  • Crime Prevention Month
    • Activities in Jackson, 10/12/93, 1B
  • Crime rate SEE ALSO Black-on-black crime
  • Crime rate SEE ALSO Burglary; Crime victims; Murder; Robbery
  • Crime rate, Bay St. Louis (1994)
    • Casino jobs have meant low crime, 12/5/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Bolivar County
    • 2 arrested in slaying of Richard Moore
      • Robbery is motive, 12/13/94, 2B
  • Crime rate, Canton (1989)
    • Policewoman seeks aid in combatting female criminals, 8/10/89, 3B
  • Crime rate, Canton (1993)
    • West Canton residents call for more patrols, 6/2/93, 4B; 6/3/93, 4B
  • Crime rate, Cleveland (1994)
    • Killing of man running naked in house during breakin, 8/9/94, 3B
  • Crime rate, Clinton (1991)
    • Home, automobile burglaries rise sharply, 4/2/92, 4B
  • Crime rate, Clinton (1994)
    • Teenager April Fortenberry attacked, robbed in parking lot, 8/27/94, 4B
  • Crime rate, Cruger (1994)
    • Big city crime now routine in small Delta town, 12/31/94, 13A
  • Crime rate, Flora (1994)
    • Double murder of Roger Hines and Charles Moore, 12/17/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Gloster (1994)
    • Police video tape misdemeanor crimes, 5/7/94, 3B
  • Crime rate, Greenville (1992)
    • Mayor Self disputes CBS 'Eye on America' segment, 4/9/92, 3B
  • Crime rate, Gulfport (1992)
    • Troubleshooter mail-in card to report crime activity, 6/3/92, 1B
  • Crime rate, Gulfport (1994)
    • Crime has grown with population, police chief says, 12/23/94, 3B
  • Crime rate, Harrison County (1994)
    • Casinos have meant low crime rate, 12/5/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Hinds County
    • SEE ALSO Hinds County Criminal Justice Advisory Committee
  • Crime rate, Hinds County (1992)
    • Rural residents face reality of crime, 7/22/92, 2B; 7/25/92, 4B
  • Crime rate, Hinds County (1993)
    • Cocaine plays significant role in many slayings, 11/29/93, 1A
    • Task force on county's judicial system, 10/13/93, 4B
  • Crime rate, Hinds County (1994)
    • Mississippi Restaurant Association tired of situation, 8/19/94, 4B
    • Supervisors cut funds for youth crime study, 11/8/94, 5B
    • Task force calls for new jail for misdemeanor offenders, 3/31/94, 4B
    • Task force proposed by supervisors, 3/15/94, 1B; 3/22/94, 5B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1984)
    • Crime rate drops 8% over last year, 12/29/84, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1986)
    • Crime rate climbs 6%, 11/3/86, 1B
    • Crime rate is up 6%, 4/7/87, 4B
    • Decrease seen, 6/8/87, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1987)
    • Big Story for 1987, 1/1/88, 1A
    • Business owners in northwest Jackson keep vigil, 8/12/87, 1A
    • Homicide rate rises, 5/16/87, 4B; 7/7/87, 2B
    • Homicide rate up 77%, 6/18/87, 3B
    • Less violence, more burglary; map, 3/3/88, 1A
    • Overall rate increased 14%, 12/10/87, 2B
    • Rate up 6%, 4/7/87, 4B
    • Statistics, 3/19/87, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1988), 3/14/88, 1B
    • $1,000 offered for Hearin/Tullos info, 8/11/88, 1B
    • Bloodiest day of '88, 12/4/88, 1A
    • Burglar apprehended after Strange family chase, 12/29/88, 1A
    • Danks & police study ways to curb crime, 1/21/88, 3B
    • Danks says citizens help crucial, 2/16/88, 1B
    • High rate pays for security industry, 2/5/88, 8B
    • Homicide task force frustrated, 7/2/88, 1B
    • Major crimes in '88 (map), 3/19/89, 1A
    • National Victims' Rights week, 4/18/88, 3B
    • Real Estate Agents & police start program, 4/8/88, 7B
    • Seized funds aid in drug war, 12/14/88, 2B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1989)
    • Bickering, burglaries seem never-ending, 3/19/89, 1B
    • Campaign pledges rise with level of fear in city, 3/19/89, 1A
    • City is 102nd in crime among 191 cities, 4/25/89, 1A
    • Crime rate rises 13% in 1st half of 1989, 7/18/89, 5B
    • Crime up 12% in first 4 months of 1989, 5/19/89, 1A
    • Fondren-Cherokee Heights neighborhoods join in crime fight, 9/5/89, 3B
    • How bad? (chart), 3/19/89, 1B
    • Increased 12% first 7 months of year, 8/9/89, 2B
    • Increases 11% in 1st nine months of 1989, 11/1/89, 5B
    • Officer points to drugs as cause of most of Jackson's crimes, 3/19/89, 2B
    • Poll shows crime is top concern among Jacksonians, 4/30/89, 11A
    • Rate rises 12% first 5 months of '89, 6/14/89, 3B
    • Where crime is as close as your neighbor, 3/19/89, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1990)
    • Burglaries, car thefts soar, 10/22/90, 1A
    • City crime skyrockets since 1990, 10/12/91, 5B
    • City ranks 91st of top 100 crime cities, 4/11/90, 5B
    • City sets record crime rate in 1990, 1/4/91, 1A
    • City's homicide rate for 1990 reaches 19, 7/19/90, 1B
    • December 1990 rate up 36%, 1/11/91, 1B
    • Homicide rate for 1990 drops--45 people slain, 1/2/91, 1A
    • Homicide rate for 1990 reaches 32, 9/24/90, 1A
    • Increasing at record pace, 10/26/90, 5B
    • January 1990 is 10% higher than January 1989, 2/16/90, 5B
    • Murder rate fell in 1990; overall rate rose, 4/29/91, 1A
    • Operation Clean in Fortification Street area, 10/27/90, 5B
    • Police urge citizens to join in crime stop vigil, 8/7/90, 5B; 8/8/90, 5B
    • Rate for first half 1990 is up 22%, 7/12/90, 5B
    • Rise of 10% in 1990 blamed on drugs, 12/1/90, 5B
    • Van Winkle residents voice concern on crime, 8/27/90, 2B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • 3 die in shootings in one night, 7/31/91, 1A; 8/1/91, 1B; 8/2/91, 1B
    • 50th homicide: Sharon Denise Thomas, 9/15/91, 1B; 9/16/91, 2B
    • 50th victim's boyfriend turns himself in, 9/17/91, 5B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • 52ND HOMICIDE TIES RECORD (Curtis Leo Hall), 9/24/91, 1A; 10/4/91, 2B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • 65th homicide is L.C. Hatchfield, 11/9/91, 1B
    • 66th homicide is Can Nguyen, 11/13/91, 4B; 11/26/91, 5B; 11/29/91, 6B
    • 67th homicide: drug deal gone sour, 11/23/91, 4B; 11/24/91, 2B
    • 68th victim was out of cigarettes, 12/1/91, 3B; 12/13/91 4B
    • 70th victim A. Liddell stabbed, 7/2/92, 4B; 12/17/91, 1A; 12/18/91, 4B
    • 71st homicide: teenager Anthony Shoemate, 12/19/91, 4B; 12/20/91, 4B
    • 72nd victim: Marshall Keys, 18, 12/21/91, 5B
    • 73rd homicide is Johnny L. Mayfield, 12/22/91, 2B; 12/23/91, 3B
    • 74th homicide: Ronnie Sutters killed by Dale Lofton, 12/24/91, 1B
    • 76th victim is Anthony Harris, stabbed by his wife, 12/28/91, 1B
    • 77th, 78th homicides: 2 men slain in separate shootings, 12/29/91, 1B
    • Anti-crime task force: community can help lower crime, 12/6/88, 1A
    • Beating victim dies, man shot: homicides 36,37, 7/20/91, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • BLOOD IN THE STREETS; JACKSON'S RECORD HOMICIDE PACE, 5/5/91, 1A+
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • Broadaway found slain in south Jackson home, 11/1/91, 1B; 11/2/91, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • CITY POSTS SLAYING RECORD; 78 KILLINGS IN 1991, 1/1/92, 1A, 15A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • City's 34th victim is 2nd family member SLAIN, 7/2/91, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • CITY'S 53RD HOMICIDE BREAKS RECORD, 9/25/91, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • Crime rate up 13% in first 2 months of 1991, 3/13/91, 5B
    • Crime up for first half 1991 (homicides by 95%), 8/9/91, 4B
    • Ditto: new police scheduling won't help crime situation, 9/27/91, 4B
    • Driver shot by passenger; city's 44th homicide, 8/19/91, 1B; 8/21/91, 4B
    • Ferncreek Drive child taken from home, molested, 8/21/91, 4B
    • Flowood man shot in central city; 43rd homicide, 8/17/91, 1B; 8/20/91, 2B
    • Ford is city's 21st murder victim for 1991, 4/17/91, 4B
    • Gateway Rescue Mission resident city's 27th homicide victim, 5/24/91, 4B
    • Heatherwood residents don't want for security patrols, 12/1/91, 1B
    • Holloway is city's 30th homicide victim this year, 6/17/91, 1B
    • Homicide rate continues record climb, 5/3/91, 1B, 5/5/91, 1A+
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • HOMICIDE RATE: SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS, 9/26/91, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • Homicide suspect in 68th slaying outruns police, 12/12/91, 2B
    • Homicide victims; where they were killed (chart), 5/5/91, 10A
    • In wake of record homicides, officials to attend seminars, 8/2/91, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • JUMPS 24% IN 1991, 2/16/92, 3B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • Lanier High School student city's 38th homicide, 7/27/91, 1B; 7/28/91, 2B
    • Lanier student's accused killer arrested, 7/30/91, 5B; 8/9/91, 4B
    • Lanier student's other killer arrested at his funeral, 8/4/91, 1A
    • Lounge shootout victim is 47th homicide for 1991, 9/1/91, 5B
    • Love triangle at root of city's 63rd homicide, 11/6/91, 2B
    • Man killed over $8 in cocaine; city's 42nd homicide, 8/6/91, 1B
    • Man Oscar Grant stabbed; city's 5th homicide in one week, 9/29/91, 1B
    • Meadow Oaks subdivision wants Watch program, 8/15/91, 4B
    • Mother charged in infant's death; 62nd homicide, 11/4/91, 1A; 11/6/91, 1B
    • Mother released in child's death; stepfather charged, 11/8/91, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • MURDER RATE: SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS, 9/26/91, 1A+
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • National Night Out against crime, 8/2/93, 1B; 8/4/93, 3B; 8/7/91, 1A
    • Parents fearful for students after shooting near school, 8/23/91, 4B
    • Police seeking link in crimes committed by five juveniles, 5/20/91, 1B
    • Police trying to identify body of city's 51st homicide, 9/24/91, 7A
    • Sledgehammer blows fatal to woman; 48th homicide, 9/2/91, 2B
    • Standoff resolved, Borden held in city's 49th homicide, 9/6/91, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • STATISTICS SHOW 21% RISE SINCE 1990, 9/10/91, 1b
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1991)
    • Teenager arrested in Jackson's 45th homicide, 8/22/91, 4B; 8/23/91, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1991)
    • VICTIMS (statistical study), 9/26/91, 8-9A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1992)
    • 'CAN'T LEAVE ALL UP TO POLICE', 10/25/92, 1A, 16-17A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1992)
    • 12th homicide: woman found in motel room, 3/5/92, 4B; 3/6/92, 4B
    • Belhaven residents demand assistance to combat crime, 1/29/92, 4B
    • Burglary rate for early 1992 shows decline, 8/3/92, 1B
    • Central Jackson crime sweep nets 45 arrests, 3/14/92, 1B; 3/15/92, 3B
    • Central Jackson neighbors unite to stop burglaries, 3/17/92, 5B
    • Citizen Cary Spence: city 'going down the drain', 9/17/92, 2B
    • City Council increases jail time for misdemenors, 5/21/92, 2B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1992)
    • CITY ON TRACK TO MATCH 1991'S HOMICIDE RECORD, 7/3/92, 4B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1992)
    • Crackdowns in northwest Jackson make police presence felt, 5/30/92, 1B
    • Deadbolts, lights for apartments: living with crime, 5/18/92, 1B
    • Domestic squabble ends in city's 11th homicide, 2/17/92, 1B
    • Drops 6% in first 5 months of 1992, 6/23/92, 5B
    • Eastover neighborhood may hire guard, 8/10/91, 1A; 11/11/92, 4B
    • Eastover neighborhood: burning car in Corlew yard, 6/16/92, 5B
    • Fewer robberies, burglaries for 1st quarter 1992, 4/19/92, 1B
    • First two homicides, 1/13/92, 1B
    • Homicide rate is at 56, 11/24/92, 5B
    • January-June 1992 rate dropped 6%, 8/13/92, 4B
    • January-June rate drops 6%, 7/17/92, 4B
    • McMillin wants TRIAD system to protect elderly, 3/16/92, 1B
    • National Night Out in Georgetown neighborhood, 8/5/92, 3B
    • Personal Body Alarm gives piercing sound, 3/19/92, 1B
    • Police counting on witnesses to crack unsolved murders, 1/1/93, 15A
    • Police sweep high-crime area; 20 arrested, 7/4/92, 2B
    • Police sweeps: roadblocks, warrants, 12/5/92, 1B; 12/6/92, 3B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1992)
    • RATE IS 3% DROP, 1/15/93, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1992)
    • Slayings of woman and two men bring homicides to 17, 3/22/92, 1B
    • Slayings total 63, 1/1/93, 1A; 1/2/93, 2B
    • Street lights policy in high-crime areas, 7/2/92, 1B
    • Two men slain in separate shootings, 1/20/92, 3B
    • Warmer weather brings danger to women, 3/13/92, 1B
    • Woman Clara Anderson killed in nightclub parking lot, 4/7/92, 5B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1993)
    • 14-year-old arrested in shooting, 12/28/93, 3B; 12/29/93, 3B
    • 3 final homicides: 1993 record rate is 87, 1/1/94, 1A
    • 3 killed at Club Colors: Harris convicted, 7/28/94, 2B; 8/3/94, 4B
    • 3 killed outside Ebb Tide Club, 11/15/93, 1A, 7A; 11/16/93, 5B
    • 3 killed...Ebb Tide Club; a 'tragedy' for all concerned, 12/3/93, 4B
    • 4 shootings in 12 hours: homicide total at 25, 5/23/93, 2B; 5/24/93, 2B
    • 4th weekend-violence victim dies, 3/9/93, 5B
    • 65th homicide Willie Woods dies of stab wounds, 10/28/93, 4B
    • 8-year-old among 4 Sunday homicides, 11/15/93, 1A, 7A; 11/16/93, 1B
    • 80th homicide: cousin kills cousin, 12/4/93, 4B
    • Apartment tenants should be involved in fight, police say, 1/16/93, 3B
    • Argument results in 78th slaying, 11/28/93, 6B
    • Blind neighbor finds 66th murder victim William Bethay, 11/5/93, 4B
    • Christian Brotherhood Homes, 11/25/93, 1B
    • City Council members propose 'peace forums', 9/29/93, 4B
    • City has 52nd homicide, 10/22/93, 4B
    • Crime Prevention Month activities, 10/12/93, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1993)
    • CRIME RATE UP 1% IN 1993, 2/12/94, 1A
    • CURE SOUGHT FOR BLACK-ON-BLACK CRIME, 1/2/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1993)
    • February 1993 rate down 9%; sweeps working, 3/18/93, 4B
    • Homicide #83 is Willie Everett, 12/14/93, 5B; 12/15/93, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1993)
    • IN MAJORITY OF MURDERS VICTIM AND SUSPECT WERE ACQUIANTED, 1/2/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1993)
    • January-March rate is 2% rise, 4/21/93, 4B
    • Many in Georgetown area afraid to sit in yard, 1/2/94, 1B
    • March set to protest crime, 10/2/93, 3B; 10/3/93, 1B
    • Melissa Patterson shot dead in front door, 12/7/93, 1A
    • NAACP local turns focus on violence and crime, 9/15/93, 4B
    • New Year begins with 3 fatal stabbings, 1/2/93, 2B
    • Peace forums, 11/4/93, 1B; 11/5/93, 1A
    • Police sweep on weekend nets 102 arrests, 9/13/93, 1B
    • Rate is up 2% through mid-year, 8/11/93, 4B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1993)
    • RECORD-BREAKING 77TH HOMICIDE, 11/24/93, 1A
    • RONDO STREET MURDER TIES HOMICIDE RECORD, 11/16/93, 1A; 11/17/93, 3B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1993)
    • Shootings claim 2nd of 3 Holmes brothers, 12/2/93, 1B; 12/3/93, 4B
    • Teenager arrested in city's 24th homicide of year, 5/14/93, 4B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • 15-year old girl city's 67th homicide, 9/26/94, 2B
    • 15-year old Jimmy Arnold dies days after shooting, 10/2/94, 2B
    • 2 Saturday slayings bring homicides to 49, 7/17/94, 3B
    • 2 slain in dispute over child
      • Leon Kelly sought, 9/29/94, 1A; 9/30/94, 1A
    • 2 slain...jail workers questioned about Kelly's suicide, 10/5/94, 4B
    • 2 slain...Kelly died 5 minutes after check, 10/7/94, 1A; 10/8/94, 1B
    • 2 slain...Leon Kelly--suicide watch policy not followed?, 10/15/94, 4B
    • 2 slain...suspect Leon Kelly hangs himself in jail, 10/4/94, 1A
    • 2 wounded by gunfire die, 6/23/94, 1B
    • 3 fatal shootings: homicide total 93, 12/24/94, 1B
    • 3 killed...Comfort Street: JPD's Houston backs arrest, 10/18/94, 3B
    • 3 on Comford Street...reward grows for information, 12/18/94 1B
    • 3 on Comfort St.: victim's mother plans march, 10/22/94, 1B; 10/24/94, 1A
    • 3 on Comfort Street: charges against Kevin Williams dropped, 10/28/94, 1A
    • 3 shot in 5 related armed robberies, 6/18/94, 1B
    • 3 slain of Comfort...Is Kevin Williams' ordeal over?, 10/29/94, 1A
    • 3 slain on Comfort ...: Kevin Williams held, 10/14/94, 1A; 10/15/94, 1A
    • 3 slain on Comfort Street, 10/5/94, 1A, 5A; 10/6/94, 1B; 10/7/94, 5B
    • 3 slain on Comfort Street: services held for mother, child, 10/9/94, 3B
    • 3 slain...Kevin Williams released on bond, 10/16/94, 1A; 10/29/94, 1B
    • 4 killed in 2 double murders, 6/19/94, 1B; 6/20/94, 2B
    • 51st homicide, 7/31/94, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • 87TH SLAYING: HOMICIDE TOTAL EQUALS RECORD FOR ALL OF 1993, 11/28/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • 90th homicide is William Hudson of Sledge, 12/14/94, 3B; 12/15/94, 4B
    • 94th homicide: woman shot in March dies, 12/25/94, 2B
    • AG Moore says churches may help prevent crime, 9/17/94, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • ALL-TIME HIGH FOR HOMICIDES: VICTIM #88, 12/1/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Apartment owner, 1 other killed by tenant, 6/17/94, 1A
    • Argument results in 68th homicide, 9/27/94, 5B
    • Brown bag crime prevention seminar
      • Dealing with anger, 10/12/94, 4B
    • Burglaries causing some to lose insurance, Dale says, 9/7/94, 1B
    • Businesses unite against downtown crime, 12/1/94, 5B
    • Central city merchants talk to grand jury, 5/4/94, 4B
    • City Council pushes for gun control, 10/5/94, 2B
    • City has 32,000 outstanding misdemeanor warrants, 6/7/94, 5B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • CITY HAS NATION'S 5TH HIGHEST RATE PER RESIDENT, 3/8/94, 1A; 5/18/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • City one of the most dangerous college towns in US, 9/13/94, 1A
    • Clerk Shahid Nazir killed on McDowell Road, 10/1/94, 3B
    • Crime summit: alternatives to life of crime, 11/15/94, 1A
    • Crime summit: are some areas neglected & allowed to decay?, 12/12/94, 1A
    • Crime summit: community-oriented policing, 11/28/94, 6A
    • Crime summit: Crime overloading social workers, 11/13/94, 1G
    • Crime summit: criminals hold edge in money, equipment, 11/27/94, 1A
    • Crime summit: drug cravings fuel burglary epidemic, 11/28/94, 6A
    • Crime summit: foster care hit-or-miss prospect, 11/13/94, 1G
    • Crime summit: judges' perspectives, 10/30/94, 1A, 1H,2H,4H; 10/31/94, 1A+
    • Crime summit: law enforcement perspective, 11/27/94, 1A, 17A, 1G
    • Crime summit: repeat offenders stress courts, citizens, 12/12/94, 1A
    • Crime summit: scared residents: rights or safety?, 12/11/94, 1G
    • Crime summit: social services, 11/13/94, 1A+; 11/14/94, 1A+; 11/15/94, 8A
    • Crime summit: troubled youth--too little, too late, 11/13/94, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • CRIMINALS GET AWAY WITH 83% OF CRIMES THEY COMMIT, 3/8/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Daytime murders increasing fear, 8/10/94, 7A
    • Ditto asks for joint task force to study problem, 3/29/94, 2B
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • DITTO SETS UP OFFICE IN POLICE DEPARTMENT, 4/1/94, 1A, 11A; 4/4/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Ditto's first week sitting in on department, 4/9/94, 4B
    • Douglas Drive rape and robbery, 8/9/94, 1B; 8/11/94, 1A; 9/16/94, 4B
    • Fabra Care robbery, killing, 8/10/94, 1A; 8/11/94, 4B
    • Fabra Care...2 suspects arrested, 8/16/94, 1B
    • Fabra Care...last of 4 suspects captured, 8/17/94, 4B
    • Fabra Care..4 bound over to grand jury, 9/9/94, 4B
    • Georgetown area woman year's 1st homicide, 1/3/94, 1B
    • Gunshot narrowly misses bedridden man, 8/23/94, 5B
    • Home invasions are newest method, 7/5/94, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • HOMICIDE RATE IS 12TH IN NATION, 12/5/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Homicide rate on record-setting pace, 3/16/94, 1A
    • Homicides stand at 76, 10/9/94, 3B
    • Infant Demontarius Dennis killed in shootout, 12/20/94, 1A; 12/21/94, 1B
    • Jacksonians vow to be justice system watchdogs, 8/30/94, 1A
    • Merger Public Safety Task Force and C of C groups, 9/3/94, 5B
    • Metropolitan Crime Commission created by community leaders, 5/20/94, 5B
    • Mid-city businesses paying heavily to combat crime, 3/11/94, 1A
    • Morris Jones killed while riding motorcycle, 9/4/94, 3B
    • Multiple thefts threaten woman's south Jackson business, 9/12/94, 3B
    • National Night Out planned, 7/31/94, 1B; 8/3/94, 1A
    • North Hill Parkway murder shocks residents, 11/4/94, 4B
    • Poker game; robbers burst in; wound 5, 9/28/94, 1A; 9/29/94, 1B
    • Porsche stolen; owner felt safer in NYC, Chicago, 3/30/94, 1B
    • Porsche theft: 2 arrested, 4/2/94, 5B
    • Private patrols cutting neighborhood crime, 5/30/94, 1A
    • Public Safety Task Force, 1/28/94, 4B; 12/18/93, 4B
    • Pursuers kill Yazoo City man on I-220, 4/4/94, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, JACKSON (1994)
    • RATE UP 7% IN FIRST MONTHS OF 1994, 4/13/94, 4B
  • Crime rate, Jackson (1994)
    • Roadblocks missed in neighborhoods, 8/9/94, 1B
    • Robbery suspected in death of 2 male teenagers, 9/21/94, 4B; 10/14/94, 4B
    • Spinal cord injuries, etc as result of violence, 8/7/94, 1B
    • Statistics available through police department, 6/19/94, 2G
    • Stop the killing, pleads 9-year-old Clatorria Young, 2/28/94, 1A
    • Suspect held in city's 42nd homicide, 7/8/94, 4B
    • Teenager stabbed; attacker shot by homeowner on Shady Lane, 9/14/94, 3B
    • Thinking he was a burglar... grand jury probe slowed, 12/20/94, 2B
    • Thinking he was burglar, woman kills 3-year-old, 12/4/94, 1A; 12/6/94, 1B
    • Thinking he was burglar...grand jury probe, 12/8/94, 1B
    • Victim Lekenya Bolden killed by his uncle, 8/5/94, 4B
    • Victim...Levonzell Anderson held in teens' slayings, 10/27/94, 4B
    • Woman fatally shot on apartment balcony, 3/3/94, 4B
    • Youth crime: City Council proposes youth summit, 8/18/94, 4B
    • Youth crime: spiritual revival at Ag Museum, 8/18/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, JSU (1993)
    • Crime rate for 1993 academic year (box), 3/29/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Laurel (1994)
    • 2 men found shot beside railroad tracks, 10/9/94, 3B; 10/11/94, 3B
  • Crime rate, Meridian (1988)
    • Man arrested in alleged assassination plot, 12/28/88, 2B
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1960-1992)
    • STATE LEADS NATION IN JUMP: 508% SINCE 1960, 11/2/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1985)
    • White-collar crime unit urged, 7/15/85, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1986)
    • Rural crime up, 3/2/86, 1A
    • White-collar crime unit, 7/8/86, 1B
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1988)
    • Mabus signs measure on white-collar crime, 5/17/88, 1B
    • TV show leads to arrest of 2nd "Most Wanted" on coast, 12/20/88, 1A
    • Unsolved cases, 12/31/88, 1A
    • White-collar crime bill: is state prepared?, 5/22/88, 3H
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1990)
    • Public officials' crime linked to economy, auditor says, 10/25/90, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1992)
    • Citizens turn to protection devices, 3/4/92, 1B
    • Karate classes filling up, 4/22/92, 1B
    • Law now defines felony theft as $500 or more, 5/17/92, 5B
    • New year marred by 5 homicides in state, 1/2/92, 1A
    • State gets $4.7 million grant to fight crime and drugs, 2/27/92, 2B
    • Statistics flawed; many agencies don't report to FBI, 2/9/92, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1993)
    • CapStun is latest protection device, 4/11/93, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1993)
    • MANY KIDS 'LEAVE CRADLE FOR YOUTH COURT', 4/18/93, 1A
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1993)
    • Violence greets New Year in state, 1/3/93, 1B
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1993)
    • YOUTH CRIME; A CHILLING RISE IN STATE FIGURES, 7/4/93, 1A+, 11A
    • YOUTHS AND MURDER: DISNEYLAND & DODGE CITY OUT THERE, 11/7-9/93, 1A+
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1994)
    • Crime summit: community services perspective, 12/11-12/94, 1A+
    • Crime summit: is drug legalization a viable option?, 12/11/94, 2G
    • Crime summit: people tired of short terms for criminals, 11/28/94, 1A
    • Crime summit: small towns struggle to provide basics, 11/27/94, 1G
    • Crime summit: tracking juvenile offenders, 10/31/94, 1A
  • CRIME RATE, MISSISSIPPI (1994)
    • CRIMINALS KNOW THEY CAN'T BE JAILED (NO ROOM), 7/10/94, 1B
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1994)
    • Fordice may call special legislative session, 5/4/94, 2B
    • Homicide is #7 among top 10 causes of death, 9/11/94, 1A
  • Crime Rate, Mississippi (1994)
    • Legislative proposals get tough on teenage criminals, 11/24/93, 1B
  • Crime rate, Mississippi (1994)
    • Social services hurt by overlapping in efforts, funds, 11/14/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, Ocean Springs (1991)
    • Residents terrified by crime wave, 8/27/91, 3B
  • Crime rate, Oxford (1993)
    • 2 killed, policeman injured: 1st homicides since 1986, 11/15/93, 2B
  • Crime rate, Richland (1994)
    • Violence of hostage situation shakes residents, 11/1/94, 1A
  • Crime rate, US (1994)
    • 3 state congressmen oppose Clinton's bill, 8/5/94, 12A
  • Crime rate, Vicksburg (1992)
    • Police Sgt.Doug Arp spends week at billboard, 7/28/92, 2B
  • Crime rate, West Point (1993)
    • Police sweep crime from Cottrell Street, 3/3/93, 3B
  • Crime spree
    • 4 Jackson teens arrested after 4-county spree, 9/26/94, 1B; 9/27/94, 2B
  • Crime stoppers
    • A good service say police and citizens, 9/29/94, 1A
  • Crime Stoppers
    • Broadcast leads to arrest of robbery suspect in Clinton, 5/5/93, 4B
    • Canton, Clinton, Madison and Ridgeland join program, 9/10/93, 5B
    • Clinton
      • Aldermen join Jackson crime-solving program, 3/22/93, 1A
    • Clues sought in slayings of Stewart Walker and Makeva Winston, 10/3/94, 3B
    • Half on 10-most-wanted poster now in jail, 2/9/90, 7B
    • Has cash, needs tips, 10/18/89, 5B; 11/18/89, 5B
    • Jackson man sees picture in 10 Most Wanted, surrenders, 11/22/89, 5B
    • Most wanted list will pay $1000 for tips, 12/24/91, 3B
    • NAACP on Coast wants it to combat gang violence, 9/3/92, 2B
    • Pike County seeking funds, 8/18/93, 3B
    • Poster brings in Carl Alexander Smith, 4/4/92, 4B
    • Seeking information on 1993 slaying of Greg Graves, 7/11/94, 3B
    • Seeks information on slaying of Darin Thompson, 12/5/94, 3B
    • Show yields tips on whereabouts of James Robinson, 8/16/90, 5B
    • State-wide convention in Greenville, 8/8/93, 2B
    • Suspect Cynthia Pigg spotted on poster, arrested, 6/22/90, 5B
    • Tupelo wants to start program, 3/2/93, 3B; 12/8/92, 3B
  • Crime summit SEE Crime rate, Jackson (1994) (1995)
  • Crime summit SEE Crime rate, Mississippi (1994)
  • Crime sweeps SEE Crime rate: SEE Drug raids
  • Crime Victim Compensation Fund
    • Eases pain of state's victims, 4/20/93, 2B
  • Crime victims, 1/3/87, 1A
    • Activist Marlene Young urges constitutional amendment on victims' rights, 10/30/92, 1B
    • Compensation, 1/16/87, 1A
    • Earle Banks wants legislation to make burglars repay victims, 8/6/92, 2B
    • Funds available under new compensation act, 7/3/91, 2B
    • Legislator unveils bill to aid, 9/21/89, 3B
    • Planning 'March for Fear', 4/26/91, 5B
    • Rally for bills designed to set up compensation fund, 2/22/89, 3B
    • Rights (Editorial), 1/20/87, 8A
    • Survival Inc. helps, 4/12/89, 3B
    • Survival Inc. helps families of crime victims, 11/24/89, 1A
    • Victims of Violent Crime
      • Organizational meeting; Patricia Bell, 9/18/93, 4B
  • Crimes of the Heart
    • Local opening/review, 1/10/87, 1A,2A
    • Review, 12/12/86, 1C
  • Criminal justice system
    • Mississippi
      • Mabus task force to study, 4/19/91, 3B
  • Criminal Justice Task Force
    • Questioned by Delta residents, 11/16/91, 3B
  • Criminals
    • Crooks do the dumbest things, 11/14/93, 1E
    • Highway Patrol list of ten most wanted, 5/11/91, 3B
    • Hinds County to use ankle bracelets to track offenders, 2/6/90, 1B
    • Mississippi most-wanted fugitives listed in flyer, 5/12/90, 1A; 5/16/90, 1B
    • Police say to look for distinguishing features, 1/20/92, 1B
  • Criminals SEE ALSO Ex-offenders
  • Criminals SEE ALSO Teenage offenders
  • CRIPS bill SEE Jackson Police Department---Rally
  • Crisco American Pie Celebration
    • Margie Malpass wins with her pecan pie, 10/7/89, 1B
  • Crocker, Johnny
    • Jackson songwriter has new disc out, 4/8/93, 13E
  • Crockett, Bill SEE Oil wells
  • Crockett, Cathy
    • Interior designer and artist exhibits at DGNB Plaza, 12/16/90, 1F
  • Crofton, Louise
    • Girl Scouts anniversary, 3/9/87, 1A
  • Crook, Robert
    • Legislator may relinquish seat, 2/6/88, 1B
    • Loses Senate seat to Willie Simmons, 8/5/92, 6A
    • Profile, 2/16/86, 1B
    • Rejects offer to head agency, 2/17/88, 4B
    • Tells Louisa Dixon to stay away from corrections, 8/31/89, 1A
  • Crop report
    • (See Business section in various Sunday editions)
  • Crop survey SEE Farming
  • Crop-dusters
    • Mississippi
      • Aerial applicators have seen their number decline, 9/23/88, 8B
      • Could lose licenses over illegal pesticide, 8/3/89, 2B
      • Pilots take to skies spraying agricultural pests, 4/14/91, 1B
      • State, pilots seeking less toxic pesticide-spraying practices, 4/14/91, 1A
  • Crops SEE Agriculture, Mississippi
  • Crosby Arboretum
    • Weekend Getaway, 12/6/90, 3E
  • Crosby Museum
    • Picayune, 11/17/86, 1B
  • Crosby, Craig
    • Quadriplegic Texan honored by pen pals in Brookhaven, 3/28/91, 1B
  • Crosby, Stills and Nash
    • In concert at Mississippi Coliseum, 6/7/90, 3E
  • Cross
    • ACLU opposes compromise, 12/5/86, 1A
    • Allain continues to fight, 11/18/86, 1A
    • Blacked out, 12/13/86, 1A
    • Construction firm hangs cross, 12/6/87, 1A
    • Controversy:callers phone in support, 12/3/86, 1A
    • Deposit Guaranty takes over tradition, 11/20/87, 1A
    • Laurel resident Joe Fowler totes cross... with wheels on it, 3/30/91, 1D
    • Lit up on Sillers building, 12/7/86, 1A
    • Senate reverses itself, OKs paying ACLU's bills in Sillers cross suit, 3/16/89, 1B
    • Sillers Building, 2/10/87, 1A
      • Allain ready to relight, 7/4/89, 1A
    • Sillers Building controversy, 12/4/86, 1B
    • State office building controversy, 12/2/86, 1B
  • Cross burning (Walthall County) SEE Race relations---Walthall...
  • Cross, Billy Joe
    • Chef who cooks wild game, 10/25/89, 1E
  • Cross-Cultural Heritage Expedition
    • Youths tour civil rights landmarks, 8/9/93, 2B
  • Cross-dressers SEE Female impersonators
  • Cross-Match Program
    • Eases trade among in-state manufacturers, 6/22/93, 5B
  • Cross-Mobile
    • Interdemoninational effort combatting drugs in inner city, 8/10/90, 1A
  • Crossgates
    • 600 home addition planned, 9/7/85, 8B
    • Subdivision to get new storm drains, no lawn damage, 10/15/92, 4B
  • Crossgates Baptist Church
    • 14th Anniversary, 6/4/88, 1C
    • Post-Easter drama, 4/30/94, 1D
  • Crossgates Manor Nursing Home
    • Officials find no evidence of sexual assault on resident, 1/31/91, 5B
  • Crossing guards SEE School crossings
  • Crossley, Nate SEE Economic Gospel Inc
  • Crossley, Wayne
    • Tupelo flight service owner killed in air crash, 1/24/94, 3B
  • Crossroads (Movie)
    • Mississippi kids have parts, 4/4/86, 1D
    • Movie about Delta blues, 3/21/86, 1D
  • Crouch, Chuck
    • Sardis teenager finalist in Guy of the Year contest, 8/5/93, 1D
  • Crouch, Jackie
    • Charged in killing of Potts Camp police chief and Memphis kidnapping, 5/11/93, 1B
    • Tupelo man kills Potts Camp policeman, kidnaps 2 teenagers in Memphis, 5/10/93, 1A
  • Crouch, John Henry
    • Supreme Court candidate says he's "scholar of law," 10/21/88, 1B
  • Crow, Trammel SEE Trammell Crow Co
  • Crowley, Chris
    • His second-grade teacher made lasting impression
      • Thanks for the Hand Up, 6/3/91, 1D
  • Crown, The
    • Indianola restaurant markets speciality foods
      • Evelyn and Tony Roughton, 8/30/94, 6B
  • Crowson, Joe SEE Alligators
  • Cruelty to animals SEE Animals
  • Cruger Police Department
    • 2 officers attacked with assault rifle, 1/4/95, 2B; 12/31/94, 1A
  • Cruises
    • James Longino is host on ocean cruises, 10/8/89, 1E
  • Crumbley, Amelia
    • Laurel artist's show at Jackson Bar and Grill, 11/276/89, 1G
  • Crump's Place
    • South Hinds County bar scene of 3rd shooting in 18 months, 12/29/93, 1A
  • Crump, Bill
    • Heads 'Fairness for the '90s' Republican redistricting watchdog, 5/28/90, 1B
  • Crump, Jerry
    • New Jackson police recruit may have had stolen automobile, 8/4/92, 2B; 8/21/92, 4B
  • Crump, Rusty
    • Comic book collector from Saltillo, 1/7/90, 4B
  • Crump, Walter 'Jimmy'
    • Naquin found guilty in DUI deaths, 9/10/94, 5B
    • Raymond man, 20, dies after weekend crash on I-20 overpass, 3/24/92, 5B
    • Suspect Michael Naquin denies being driver, 9/8/94, 4B
  • Crusade for Christ SEE Campus Crusade for Christ
  • Crutcher, Paul
    • Mississippi native sees rebirth of united Germany, 6/7/91, 1E
  • Cryer, Dena
    • Biloxi club owner sentenced as accomplice in her son's slaying, 7/5/91, 2B
  • Crystal methamphetamine
    • Old drug from the 70's making comeback, 6/29/94, 1B
  • Crystal Springs Middle School
    • Students make history come to life, 12/14/90, 4B
  • Crystal Springs Outlet Center
    • Mall planned, 6/19/88, 3G
  • Crystal Springs, Mississippi
    • Blast kills family members, 2/6/86, 1B
    • Broadcast on TNN, 11/10/90, 1A
    • Chautauqua garden to be planted by MSU, 9/8/91, 2B
    • Chautauqua Memorial Park, 9/5/89, 5B
    • Chautauqua offers Lincoln/Davis debate, 8/14/92, 1E
    • Families sue gas company after fatal blast, 8/6/86, 1B
    • Furniture store explosion, 4/6/86, 1A
    • Labor Day festival draws thousands, 9/4/90, 2B; 9/5/89, 5B
    • Probe for cause of explosion, 2/6/86, 1A; 2/7/86, 1B; 2/8/86, 1B
    • Store blast kills 8, 2/5/86, 1A
    • Sued in store explosion, 9/18/87, 1B
    • Water is now ok to drink, 6/10/89, 1B
  • CS's
    • Restaurant review, 12/9/93, 4E
  • Cuba
    • Alan Huffman, 1/12/88, 1A
    • Bass fishing, 2/9/88, 1A; 11/20/89, 3B
    • Beckons as a market for Mississippi products after embargo ends, 4/3/94, 1C
    • Residents say "no paradise," 2/10/88, 1A, 6A
    • Scientists build connection; grid project, 2/7/88, 1A
    • Sporstwriter Mike Knobler's impressions at Pan American Games, 8/25/91, 1G
    • Sports, religious freedom, 2/8/88, 1A, 4A
    • State businesspeople, economic developers visit Cuba, 5/26/94, 5B; 9/25/94, 2C
    • States had ties to Cuba before Castro, 2/9/88, 1A
    • U.S.-Cuba Friendship Caravan stops in Jackson, 11/14/92, 3B
  • Cuban dancers (Carreno and Lobe benefit) SEE Ballet Mississippi
  • Cuban exiles
    • Biloxi
      • Cubans held in Biloxi jail quiet, 11/25/87, 3B
      • Inmate credits God for new life, 2/28/88, 1A
  • Cuco's Mexican Restaurante
    • Restaurant review, 3/18/93, 4E; 4/30/92, 4E; 7/20/89, 4F
  • Cucumbers
    • New York trucker leaves load to rot in McComb, 7/16/92, 3B
  • Cuevas Fish House #3
    • Monticello
      • Restaurant review, 10/12/89, 4E
  • Cuevas, Buddy
    • Nominated for 'Teen Magazine' Guy of the Year by his sister, 4/5/94, 2B
  • Cuevas, Chris
    • Long Beach songwriter, 4/4/86, 1D
  • Cuffie, Nigel SEE Not Here Foundation
  • Culbertson, Beulah
    • MUW graduate, 101, pleased with college's new mission, 10/20/88, 1B
    • Oldest living grad of MUW, 3/13/88, 1E
  • Culbertson, Roger
    • Jackson native is 'paper engineer'
      • Makes pop-up books, 7/17/94, 1E
  • Culbreath, Michael
    • Minister knows firsthand about stepfamilies, 8/22/92, 1D
  • Cullen, Jonna Lynn
    • From Congressional aide to pesto manufacturer, 10/11/90, 10B
  • Culley, Willie
    • Jackson man ruled innocent of drug charges, 5/17/91, 4B
  • Culley, Willie SEE ALSO Crack cocaine, Jackson---Arrest of 4...
  • Cults
    • Clinton man Don Malin has cult-watching group, 8/25/90, 1D
    • Pearl River
      • Sheriffs say satanic cult evidence, 7/25/88, 3B
    • Watchman Fellowhip offers 2 cult awareness seminars, 1/9/93, 1D
  • Cultural Literacy (Book), 5/31/87, 1E
  • Culver, Dwight SEE Senter, Stuart
  • Culverts
    • Byram developer gets $2000 worth for private roads, 1/28/90, 1B
    • Coast Supervisors seek to change law, 7/27/85, 1A
    • Hinds County Supervisors want to keep new law, 9/10/85, 1A
    • Madison County Supervisors trial, 7/2/85, 1B
  • Cumberland, Billy
    • Chastain is acquitted in bar slaying, 12/3/92, 4B
    • Killed in stabbing at Madison County lounge, 4/13/92, 2B
  • Cummins, Mickey
    • Injured on motorcycle; now lectures on safety, 5/27/93, 1D
  • Cunningham, Ben SEE Pilots---Close formation...
  • Cunningham, Denise
    • Found shot-to-death in JSU creek, 1/2/93, 2B
  • Cunningham, Dwight
    • Journalist-in-residence at JSU, 11/13/89, 1B
  • Cunningham, Steve
    • Gun collector, 2/8/87, 1A
  • Cupit, Charles
    • 2nd mistrial declared, 5/21/93, 3B
    • Port Gibson policeman's manslaughter trial, 6/6/92, 2B
  • Cups
    • Cup collector Lucille Turner, 7/19/90, 1E
  • Curfews, Delta
    • Being widely used by Delta towns, 8/20/90, 1A
  • Curfews, Edwards
    • Curfew said to be working (update), 3/25/91, 3B
    • Sweeps streets of roaming youths, 1/28/91, 1B; 1/29/91, 5B; 2/2/91, 1B
  • Curfews, Florence
    • Not all like plan, 12/3/94, 5B
  • Curfews, Greenwood
    • Parents will be held responsible, 11/23/92, 2B
  • Curfews, Grenada
    • Parents say curfew not enough in combatting crime, 7/19/88, 1B
  • Curfews, Hollandale
    • Mayor skeptical new law is legal, 1/1/92, 2B
  • Curfews, Indianola
    • Rowdy youths cause town to adopt curfew, 10/10/90, 2B
  • Curfews, Jackson
    • 60 juveniles arrested since crackdown began, 7/19/94, 1B
    • Bogus flier says city no longer has curfew, 12/30/94, 4B
    • Breakers of curfew not top police priority, 10/17/91, 1A
    • Citizens at City Council meeting support curfew, 7/19/91, 4B
  • CURFEWS, JACKSON
    • CITY COUNCIL ADOPTS CURFEW, 7/31/91, 1A, 7A
  • Curfews, Jackson
    • City Council appears ready to impose curfew, 7/30/91, 5B
    • City Council fails to act on Stokes' call for curfew, 7/3/91, 4B
    • City Council reinstates curfew; adds school-time hours, 10/14/92, 1A
    • City Council studies proposal; trying 'to save lives', 7/9/91, 1A; 7/10/91, 2B
    • City provides no counseling for violators, 7/9/94, 4B
    • Clarion-Ledger conducts call-in survey, 7/18/91, 1B
    • Comes too late to save Patrick Manuel, 14, 8/1/91, 1B
    • Council votes to fine parents or businesses for violations, 6/22/94, 1B
    • Councilman Armstrong says fine parents for violations, 6/14/94, 1A; 6/15/94, 4B
    • Councilman Stokes calls for curfew, 2/2/91, 1B; 6/19/91, 1B; 6/29/91, 1B
    • Enforcement awaiting formulation of police procedures, 8/28/91, 1A
    • Enforcement begins at midnight tonight, 9/13/91, 1B
    • Enforcing the curfew: six youths warned, 9/15/91, 1A
    • Law needs further study, City Council says, 7/12/91, 4B
    • Law will be enforced beginning September 13, 8/31/91, 1B
    • Most citizens favor curfew, survey shows, 7/21/91, 1A
    • Parental counseling classes, 9/2/94, 1A
    • Passing of curfew ordinance brings cheers and jeers, 8/30/91, 1B
    • Police say enforcement is not top priority, 9/14/91, 1B
    • Police say it's a success; City Council takes no renewal action, 5/27/92, 1B
    • Public forum supports Stokes' call for curfew, 6/30/91, 1B
    • School-day curfew is enforced, 3/8/93, 1B
    • Stokes wants it extended, expanded to cover school attendance, 10/7/92, 4B
    • Teenager Erin Johnston says parents should set curfew, 6/27/94, 1B
    • Violators will be held in detention center, 9/11/91, 1A
    • What do teens think?, 7/21/91, 1G
  • CURFEWS, JACKSON
    • WILL IT CUT JUVENILE CRIME?, 7/21/91, 1A, 1G
  • Curfews, Laurel
    • Officials implement curfew for youths under 18, 8/18/91, 2B
  • Curfews, Meridian
    • City combats truancy with daytime curfew, 10/7/93, 3B
    • Officials consider special summer curfew, 6/1/94, 3B
  • Curfews, Mississippi
    • Mississippi cities with curfews (chart), 7/21/91, 15A
  • Curfews, Pelahatchie
    • Curfew considered to curb drug problem, 7/14/94, 4B
  • Curfews, Tunica
    • Problem is Halloween vandalism, 10/30/94, 3B
  • Curfews, Vicksburg
    • Proposal sent to mayor and aldermen, 6/27/92, 3B
    • Youth measure proposed by Mayor Walker, 11/3/92, 3B
  • Curlee, Mac
    • Pearl man is Mississippi's Principal of the Year, 1992, 9/1/92, 4B
    • Resigns as principal of Pearl High School
      • Takes 'better job', 10/23/93, 1A; 10/26/93, 1B
  • Currency SEE Money
  • Currie, Bob Lee
    • Utica alderman used city workers to clean private lot; 9/11/93, 5B, 6/16/93, 4B
  • Curry, Dwayne
    • MSU football player says Ole Miss offered him money, 4/19/94, 1A
  • Curry, Tirrell Leo SEE Rape, JSU
  • Curse of the Pharaohs
    • Histoplasmosis, 4/22/87, 1B
  • Curter, Michelle SEE Jackson, Wesley
  • Curtis Road SEE O.B. Curtis Road
  • Curtis Water Treatemnt Plant SEE Water treatment plant, Jackson
  • Curtis Water Treatment Facility
    • SEE Water treatment plant, Jackson
  • Curtis, Charles
    • His lawyer says time expired to prosecute 1990 rape charge, 10/9/93, 4B
  • Curtis, Richard SEE Robbery, Hinds County
  • Curwin, Richard SEE School discipline
  • Custodian
    • Jackson Police Department
      • William Gibbs, 4/24/89, 1B
  • Custody fight
    • Albanese family
      • Mistrial for mother Margaret Albanese, 4/14/94, 3B
    • Dorrie Singley, 8/28/87; 8/29/87, 1a,1B; 8/30/87, 3B, 1A,8/27/85
    • Jackson lawyer Minor Buchanan amd ex-wife, 10/3/91, 1B
    • Karen Newsome, 8/22/87; 8/24/87, 1A,8/29/87; 8/25/87; 8/27/87, 1A, 1B,8/28/87, 3B; 8/30/87, 1A,9/5/87; 9/14/87,1B
  • Custom Granite & Marble
    • Parker family, owners
      • How's business?, 7/13/93, 5B
  • Customs Service
    • At Jackson International Airport, 6/15/89, 6B
  • Cutler, Andrew
    • Personnel Board chairman charged with making bribes, 11/26/91, 1A
  • Cutley, Jessie
    • Catrina Smith re-arrested (manslaughter charge), 6/9/94, 4B
    • Girl Catrina Smith, 12, has murder charge dropped, 6/8/94, 1B
    • Grand jury decides charges against Edwards and Thomas, 6/15/94, 3B
    • Juveniles charged in his beating death, 5/29/94, 1A; 5/30/94, 1B
  • Cutrer, J. Wiltz SEE Department of Rehabilitation Services
  • Cutrer, Scottie
    • Hit-and-run possible in death of Canton man, 12/8/94, 5B; 12/10/94, 5B
  • Cutting horses SEE National Cutting Horse Championship
  • Cypress Semiconductor Inc
    • Will not build plant in Starkville, 5/11/94, 5B
  • Cypress trees, 3/23/86, 1B
    • Trees in Greenville given landmark status, 7/9/90, 1B
  • Cyrus, Billy Ray
    • At Mississippi Coast Coliseum, 8/6/92, 6E
  • Cyster, Graham
    • South African minister, 12/28/85, 1C
  • Cystic fibrosis
    • Marc Riley needs double lung transplant, 5/25/89, 1C
  • Cystic Fibrosis Camp
    • Camp with a mission, 8/9/90, 1D
    • Cancelled this year: bacteria scare, 4/5/93, 1B
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
    • Kroger Sports Challenge benefit, 10/7/92, 1D
    • Singles mixer fund raiser, 11/9/89, 1E
  • Czechoslovakia


 

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