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Clarion-Ledger Indexes
 YEAR 1986 - 1994  U  

  • U Claim Furniture
    • AG accuses operators of closed store of deceptive practices, 11/17/94, 1B
  • U-Haul
    • Selling 8000 trucks from fleet, 1/31/90, 6B
    • Woman Judy Lilly found lock in storage room for 17 days, 1/24/92, 1A; 1/25/92, 1B
  • U.S. Agency for International Development
    • Holding conference in Jackson, 11/16/91, 7B
  • U.S. Army
    • Still needs 70,000 new recruits annually, recruiter says, 6/24/94, 3B
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers SEE: U.S. Corps of Engineers
  • U.S. Attorney
    • Barry Ford and Robert Gibbs considered for prosecutor post, 1/19/94, 1B
    • Clinton has been slow in filling slots, 10/9/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Espy wants Clinton to name an African American, 10/7/93, 1B
    • Nominee for Oxford post Barry Ford displeases Ed Cole, 11/14/93, 1B
    • Panel interviewing candidates, 3/5/93, 1B
    • Pigott named attorney for southern district of Mississippi, 8/30/94, 1A
    • Whitwell of northern district resigns as requested by Democrats, 4/1/93, 1B
  • U.S. Billpayers, 9/2/87, 8B
  • U.S. Bureau of Land Management
    • 36 students in environmental study, 6/28/93, 1B
  • U.S. Cattle Co
    • Vaiden
      • State's largest cattle ranch sold to Grenada men, 6/11/93, 6B
  • U.S. Census SEE Census
  • U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps
    • Memory preserved in DeSoto National Forest, 10/21/94, 1A
  • U.S. Coast Guard
    • Pascagoula personnel join in Cuba rescue mission, 8/22/94, 3B
  • U.S. Congress SEE Congressmen
  • U.S. Corps of Engineers
    • Accused of withholding flood facts, 11/8/88, 2B
    • Awaits Mabus' comment before ruling on flood projects, 1/12/89, 1B
    • Begins extensive reforestation project in Yazoo County, 7/14/90, 1A
    • Buying Ten-Tom replacement land for wildlife, 5/20/90, 1B; 5/22/90, 1B
    • Christens new vessel in Vicksburg, 12/8/88, 1B
    • Columbus-based group, NAV Corps, to fight projects, 7/16/90, 1B
    • Corps agrees to halt dredging Yalobusha, 9/8/88, 1A
    • Corps pushes resort on Tishomingo land, 9/16/88, 8B
    • Dispute with Florida contractor over $1M building, 11/19/89, 1B
    • Dredging destroyed house, man says, 4/25/90, 2B
    • Environmental audits of its state properties, 6/25/94, 1A
    • Espy introduces bill to establish Corps museum, 5/30/92, 3B
    • Experiment Station employees picket claiming racism, 4/20/94, 3B
    • Explosives used to dig ditch in Yazoo wildlife refuge, 8/31/93, 1B
    • FBI probes Corps minority business contracts in Yazoo basin, 3/22/89, 1A
    • Foes: Corps using Delta floods to get backing for Yazoo project, 3/3/89, 1G
    • Governor's Committee split on Yazoo River Basin Project, 2/4/89, 1A
    • Helps discover buried secrets of Yazoo River basin, 12/12/88, 2B
    • Hurricane measuring device off North Carolina coast, 9/1/93, 2B
    • Judge halts dredging, 8/20/88, 1A
    • Korean tunnels, 5/29/87, 1A
    • Layoffs slower than expected, 10/13/85, 9I
    • Leflore group wants dredging stopped, 8/19/88, 1B
    • Legislators agree to bar Moore suit, 3/27/89, 1B
    • Man increase fees for dock and boat ramp building permits, 11/21/90, 4B
    • Mats to control flooding in Mississippi River, 9/8/94, 1B
    • Mississippi wants compensation for damages due to flood-control, 7/17/91, 3B
    • New Information Technology Lab is dedicated, 4/14/90, 1A
    • OKs more water in 3 reservoirs for winter, 1/5/89, 1B
    • Pearl study complete by next spring, 12/17/88, 16A
    • Project to improve fishing, 10/21/87, 3B
    • Puts 2 Yazoo Basin projects on hold, 7/28/89, 1A
    • SEE ALSO: Waterways Experiment Station
    • Seeking ways to augment diminishing ground water, 12/2/88, 1B
    • Sets up 3-state review committee, 1/11/89, 3B
    • Starts new study of Jackson-area flooding, 3/23/89, 2B
    • Sued to stop dredging Yalobusha, 8/18/88, 1A
    • Uithoven case in Clay County is due a ruling, 1/7/91, 3B
    • Uithoven loses fight to regain homestead, 1/8/91, 1B
    • Uithoven may have electricity turned off, 3/14/91, 2B
    • Uithoven nears eviction by Corps, 3/4/91, 1B
    • Uithoven ordered to leave ancestral home, 8/12/89, 1B; 8/18/89, 5B
    • Uithoven renews lawsuit to keep his property, 4/13/93, 1B
    • Uithoven set for trial on interfering with federal officers, 4/2/91, 5B
    • Uithoven vows to continue fight for former land, 5/7/90, 1B
    • Uithoven's cabin bulldozed, Uithoven arrested, 3/15/91, 1A
    • Uithoven'seized land won't be used for recreation area, 10/4/89, 1A
    • Uithoven: 'This is where I was born...', 3/8/91, 1B
    • Vicksburg
      • Director, 4/3/88, 4B
    • Vicksburg job loss: Corps defends IT, 1/29/93, 3B; 2/6/93, 1A; 12/6/92, 3B
    • Vicksburg loses jobs, 11/20/92, 1A; 11/21/92, 1B; 11/22/92, 3B; 11/27/92, 1B
    • Vicksburg office wanted closed by Senator Sasser (D. Tenn.), 5/27/91, 2B
    • Wildlife habitat replacement: 12,000 acres purchased, 6/7/92, 5B
    • Work in Korea, 5/28/87, 1A
    • Yazoo River flood control project gets go-ahead, 9/11/91, 1A
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture
    • 14 offices to be closed in state, 12/7/94, 6B; 12/13/94, 1B
    • Audit blasts, 8/13/85, 1A
    • Drops plan for new poultry rules, 10/26/94, 6B
    • Espy names Irvin and Faust to state ag posts, 3/9/93, 6B; 3/24/96, 3G
    • State may lose 52 offices, 1/8/93, 4B; 1/20/93, 5B
    • State USDA office directors may be job hunting soon, 1/20/93, 5B
    • Tripled in size since '60, 1/10/88, 1H
  • U.S. Department of Defense Finance Center
    • Aspin may delay announcement, 3/10/93, 1A; 3/11/93, 5B
    • Bill would help city fight for center, 2/10/93, 5B
    • City pledges $342 million in operating costs, 2/12/93, 5B
    • Competition heating up, 2/2/93, 6B; 2/4/93, 5B
    • Criteria for selection are changed, 6/8/93, 1A
    • Deadline passes: military stays mum, 5/12/93, 5B
    • Decision indefinitely postponed, 3/13/93, 1A; 3/20/93, 5B
    • Ditto wants possibility kept alive, 4/17/93, 5B
    • Fordice is optimistic for Jackson, 2/17/93, 5N
    • Jackson in top 4 on list of sites, 3/12/93, 1A
    • Jackson makes finals as site, 12/2/92, 1A; 12/4/92, 8B
    • Jackson Mall area crime, 2/19/93, 1B
    • Jackson may get, 4/11/92, 5B; 6/2/92, 1B; 9/18/92, 5B
  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCE CENTER
    • JACKSON ON LIST; PROJECT ON HOLD, 5/25/93, 1A
  • U.S. Department of Defense Finance Center
    • Jackson plays for high stakes, 12/13/92, 1C; 12/16/92, 5B
  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FINANCE CENTER
    • MISSISSIPPI WON'T GET CENTER, 5/4/94, 1A, 11A
  • U.S. Department of Defense Finance Center
    • Parker urges Jackson to sue if center is lost, 5/26/93, 5B
    • Postponement to get second look, 3/30/93, 6B
    • Site to be announced Friday, 3/6/93, 4B
    • Spinoff: better bond rating for Jackson, 3/13/93, 6B
    • Spotlight has benefited Jackson Mall, 3/14/93, 1A
    • State Democrats lobby in Washington, 6/28/93, 3B
  • U.S. Department of Education
    • Fordice calls it 'useless', 12/20/94, 4B
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development SEE HUD
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    • Jackson mayor calls HUD report "bunch of garbage," 2/25/89, 1A
    • Keeps $535,000 frozen til Jackson settles dispute, 3/3/89, 1A
    • May seek repayment of $54 million by Jackson, 2/22/89, 1A
    • MSU gets grant to become EPA training site, 1/9/89; 3B
    • New program to monitor Gulf, 8/25/88, 2B
    • State may lose funding, 11/19/87, 1A
    • State poor in efforts, 2/24/88, 1B
    • Survey daunts businesses, 1/22/88, 8B
    • Threatens to revoke past funds in Jackson dispute, 3/25/89, 1B
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Council
    • Considering hazardous waste options, 5/4/90, 1B
    • Holds hearing on waste disposal, 12/7/89, 5B
    • Proposes funds for state landfills, 12/20/90, 1B
  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    • Settles age bias suit with state, 11/8/91, 1A
  • U.S. Farm Credit Administration
    • Oxford native Billy Ross Brown appointed chief, 10/14/93, 5B
  • U.S. Farmers Home Administration
    • Calling in bad debts; state farmers may lose land, 5/17/92, 1A
    • Coleman and Clarke Reed benefited from loans, 9/15/89, 3B
    • Espy hears complaints against agency, 11/11/89, 6B
    • Johnson is out; Shows interim director, 3/10/93, 5B
    • New state director is Pete Johnson, 7/16/92, 5B
    • State businessmen to pay back $1.3 Million, 10/1/89, 1A, 17A
  • U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • 10 agents from Jackson on 'front lines' in Waco, 4/20/93, 1A
    • Alabama man charged in impersonation of FBI agent, 7/4/90, 3B
    • Claims credit in restoring rule of law 25 yrs ago, 7/22/89, 4B
    • Ex-state agent Weldon Kennedy named to high post, 8/6/92, 3B
    • Hattiesburg woman turns son in to FBI, 10/25/89, 1B
    • Jackson to retire; take job with WLBT, 9/3/93, 1B
    • Johnson is new Special Agent for Mississippi, 12/3/93, 1B
    • Local officer transfers, 5/11/87, 1A
    • Maddock is new agent in Jackson, 11/27/92, 1B
    • Men charged with impersonating agents, 8/2/89, 5B
    • Morley transfered to Washington, D.C. post, 7/5/92, 1E
    • New agent Joseph Jackson to probe gang killings, 9/14/91, 1A
    • Oficer Jackson criticizes Police Chief Wilson, 7/23/93, 1A
    • Probes complaint of beating at Jackson jail, 3/23/91, 1A
    • Probes racist graffiti in Grenada, 8/2/90, 1B
    • State FBI 2nd in corruption convictions, 1/17/89, 1A
    • To create profile of killer, 4/8/87, 1B
  • U.S. House of Representatives SEE House banking scandal
  • U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
    • 2 Jackson businesses face fines, 2/20/93, 4B
    • Arrests Nigerian at McRae's, 3/2/91, 5B
    • Cracks down on hirers, 5/27/87, 8B
  • U.S. Intenral Revenue Service
    • New strategy urges compliance with gratuity income, 9/1/93, 4B
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service
    • Don't let an audit scare you, 4/17/89, 1E
    • IRS agents: people you love to hate, 9/27/92, 1E
    • Memphis office processes tax returns of Mississippians, 3/4/90, 1G
    • ooking into $10000+ cash transactions, 5/15/91, 1A; 5/23/91, 6B
    • Search businesses in construction fraud probe, 6/30/89, 3B
    • Testing plan of filing returns via telephone, 10/1/91, 6B
    • Undeliverable refund checks (includes list), 11/4/89, 6B
  • U.S. Marshall Service
    • If furloughed, will crimp court system, 9/26/90, 1B
    • Ike Durr to be state's 1 black Marshall, 6/18/94, 1B
    • Operation Gunsmoke sting nabs 30 fugitives in state, 5/1/92, 1B
    • Panel interviews candidates for U.S. Marshall posts, 3/5/93, 1B
    • Transcends its early frontier image, 9/25/89, 1B
  • U.S. Marshall Service SEE ALSO Breazeale, Marvin
  • U.S. Mississippi River Commission
    • Role may be expanded to include upper river area, 6/4/94, 3B
    • Spends $33,000 on publication of poem, 7/17/89, 1A
  • U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration SEE NASA
  • U.S. Pollution Control (USPCI) SEE Landfills, Noxubee County
  • U.S. Post Office SEE Post Office
  • U.S. Postal Service
    • Asks for rate hike to 32 cents for 1st class stamp, 3/9/94, 1A; 12/31/94, 5B
    • Mailhandlers fears hiring of temporary workers, 10/27/90, 6B
    • Postal Business Centers, 7/31/92, 5B
    • Rate hikes, 5/31/87, 1G
    • Rate hikes may prove costly to state businesses, 3/17/88, 8B
    • Speedy sorter, 3/30/89, 8B
  • U.S. Rural Development Administration
    • Perry is out; Shoemake interim director, 2/10/93, 5B
    • Vicksburg is home to agency office, 3/11/92, 4B; 10/17/92, 5B
  • U.S. Savings Bonds SEE Savings Bonds
  • U.S. Small Business Administration
    • Loan application now just 1 page, 8/24/94, 5B
  • U.S. Social Security Administration
    • Bills Vicksburg man twice for 2 cents, 6/25/91, 3B
    • Fears abound over its security, 2/26/90, 1E
    • Johnanne Reed new district manager, 6/2/94, 5B
    • Workers strike up silent bond, 1/2/89, 1A
  • U.S. Social Security Administration SEE ALSO Social security
  • U.S. Supreme Court
    • Gives police powers to chase suspected criminals, 4/24/91, 1A
    • High court overturns Minnick murder conviction, 12/4/90, 1B
    • Local leaders respond to Thomas nomination, 7/2/91, 9A
    • Rules 48-hour wait in jail without hearing is constitutional, 5/14/91, 1A
    • Rules juries may hear defendants' parole status, 5/14/91, 3B
    • Says judges can decide utility rate issues, 6/20/89, 6B
  • U.S. Youth Soccer Association
    • Regional tournament in Jackson, 6/18/93, 1A
  • UAD Labs
    • FDA approval for Lorcet Plus, 4/24/87, 8B
    • To be bought by Forest Laboratories of New York, 4/21/89, 8B; 4/24/89, 12E
  • udicial elections, 1994
    • Runoffs: blacks may gain more seats, 11/20/94, 1A
  • Ueltschey, Marcus
    • STAR student from Forest Hill High School, 4/11/91, 1B
  • UFOs, central Mississippi
    • Citizens report unusual lights, 3/18/90, 2B
  • UFOs, Delta
    • Residents claim sightings, 10/12/89, 1B
  • UFOs, Jackson County, 3/15/87, 1B
  • UFOs, Lucedale
    • Man who reported it now is embarrassed by attention, 12/12/88, 3B
    • UFOs not "American-made stuff," 12/2/88, 1A
  • UFOs, Pascagoula
    • Gautier man Charles Hickson recalls 1973 close encounter, 11/11/90, 1B
    • Hickson at UFO Conference in Gautier, 8/14/88,1B
    • Hickson still trying to understand event, 10/12/93, 1B
    • Parker talks of experience after 20-year silence, 10/13/93, 1B
  • Uglee, Mr. and Mrs.
    • Jackson radio personalities share married life with listeners, 11/10/91, 1E
  • Uhll, Sister Josephine SEE Mississippi Business Hall of Fame
  • Uithoven, Felix SEE U.S. Corps of Engineers---Uithoven...
  • Ulcerative colitis
    • Woody Grigg, 8/2/87, 1D
  • Ulster Project
    • Teenagers in Catholic/Protestant understanding program, 7/9/94, 1A
  • Ultimate Cowgirl Pageant
    • State preliminaries at Rodeo's, 10/1/93, 1E
  • Ultralight aircraft
    • Brookhaven man Vernon Nevels killed near Hazlehurst, 9/20/93, 1A
    • Fly-by at Pisgah farm, 6/22/92, 1A
  • Ultraviolent radiation SEE Weather, Jackson---1994:...
  • UMC
    • Administrator David Bussone under consideration for Florida job, 7/23/91, 1B
    • Animal sales to lab drops, 7/25/88, 3B
    • Animals used for research, 4/6/86, 1G
    • Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities
      • Examines black population, 4/5/93, 1A
    • Base Pair program pairs doctors with local students, 1/12/93, 4B
    • BUDGET CUTS PUT JACKSON FACILITY IN DIRE STRAITS, 6/16/91, 1A, 1G, 2G; 6/17/91, 1A
    • Children's cancer clinic, 2/3/88, 1C; 7/13/93, 8A
    • Children's cancer clinic goal, 6/9/88, Foc. NE1
    • Children's cancer volunteer, 9/27/88, 1D
    • City within a city, 2/11/90, 1E
    • Conerly named new dean by College Board, 4/22/94, 5B
    • Dandridge is named interim director, 8/17/91, 3B
    • David S. Pankratz building dedicated, 4/14/93, 1B
    • Doctor Raju files suit in Transplant Program dispute, 4/25/91, 1B
    • Emergency medicine program has shortage of physicians, 4/26/94, 3B
    • Enigma in Jackson medical community: bad reputation, 7/14/93, 1A
    • Ethylene oxide leak poses no threat, officials say, 12/19/90, 5B
    • Federal court ruling deprives facility of $1 Million in funds, 5/7/91, 1B
    • Graves discovered: remains find new resting place, 11/1/94, 5B
    • Graves discovered; laundry construction halted, 7/18/92, 1B; 7/22/92, 1B
    • Headache clinic, 3/8/88, 1C
    • Health sciences degrees given to 299 at spring commencement, 5/27/91, 1B
    • Heart surgery, pediatric unit, 11/29/87, 1D
    • Hospital's organ transplant program in state of decline, 6/16/91, 1A, 1G
    • In vitro fertilization babies reunion, 7/19/92, 3B
    • Lawsuit contends employee told to quit union or be fired, 8/11/90, 3B
    • Louis Sullivan speaks at graduation, 5/28/90, 1A, 1B
    • Match Day for senior medical students, 3/22/90, 1B
    • Medical school, 2/25/86, 1C
    • Mickey Mouse visits Children's Hospital center, 2/6/93, 1B
    • Minority enrollment could be doubled, officials claim, 4/24/94, 1A, 1G
    • Moves to stop charity patient dumping, 8/13/89, 1B
    • Neonatal intensive care unit, 1/17/93, 1B
    • Nursing shortage
      • Television coverage, 8/25/87, 3B
    • Organ donor program threatened; vendetta against Dr. Raju?, 5/20/92, 1A, 3B
    • Organ procurement program to be turned over to private agency, 6/6/92, 1A
    • Organ procurement program: director Kevin Stump is hired, 9/13/92, 4B
    • Organ procurement specialists leaving, 5/21/92, 2B
    • Organ transplant program revived, 7/17/93, 13A
    • Organ transplant program threatened by low funding, 12/30/91, 3B
    • Overcrowding forces new mothers into hallways, 11/19/91, 1A; 11/20/91, 1B
    • Pankratz building dedicated, 4/14/93, 1B
    • Poison Control Center, 4/9/91, 1D
    • Premature births combatted by team of doctors, 5/4/93, 1A
    • Premature care unit threatened, 5/18/86, 1A
    • Preterm Birth Prevention Program, 3/1/92, 1E
    • Removes bulletin boards after judge OKs union fliers, 6/16/90, 1B
    • Researcher studying drug that prevent cocaine overdose deaths, 1/22/91, 1B
    • Security measures, 3B; 3/21/87, 3B
    • Sleep disorders center, 5/24/87, 4B
    • Society of University Surgeons meeting
      • Heart transplant anniversary, 2/10/94, 1B
    • Some state leaders praise it; others bemoan lack of cooperation, 7/15/93, 3B
    • Student union construction OK'd, 5/23/94, 3B
    • Studies women with no weight problem, 5/2/89, 1C
    • Takes part in national prostate cancer prevention study, 10/14/93, 10A
    • Test of new cancer research, 12/18/84, 1B
    • Transplant specialist Dr. Seshandri Raju may leave, 12/30/91, 1B
    • Trauma caseload on rise, 3/21/94, 1B
    • Tumor registry monitors cancer in state, 2/18/94, 1A
    • University Medical Pavillion, 1/11/88, 1B
    • Woodrell, Missouri native, named director, 11/24/91, 3B
    • Workers' union sues for right to post leaflets, 6/14/90, 2B; 6/15/90, 2B
  • UMC SEE ALSO Mississippi Agromedicine Program
  • Unclaimed funds, Mississippi, 1/27/86, 3B; 12/1/87, 3B
    • $35,000 surprise for Yazoo City widow Ollie Mack, 10/22/94, 1A
    • State finds resident's $21,225.88, 6/10/89, 1A
    • State holding $12Million; list published, 4/22/94, 6B
    • State treasurer has list with 14,000 names, 8/14/91, 1B
  • Uncle Henry's Place
    • Bed-and breakfast inn in Dundee, 9/9/93, 3E
  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
    • Movie premiere at JSU, 4/23/87, 1F
    • Natchez, 7/2/86, 1C
  • Uncles SEE Aunts and uncles
  • Underground Jackson
    • Looking Beneath Capitol Street (full-page illustration), 4/30/91, 1D
  • Undersheriffs SEE Sheriffs
  • Underwear
    • Brandon High Class of '68 is on J.Crew boxer shorts, 5/11/92, 1B
  • Underwood, Al SEE Chief Shades
  • Underwood, Al SEE Mississippi Bluesman Sunglasses
  • Underwood, Curtis
    • Greenwood justice court judge faces reprimand, fine, 3/24/94, 2B
  • Underwood, Justin SEE Harris, Virginia Ann
  • Underwood, Larry
    • Shrub maintenance foreman, USM
      • A day in the life, 8/2/93, 1D
  • Unemployed
    • How to stay in black after getting pink slip, 9/24/90, 1E
    • Mississippi
      • State cracks down on jobless scams, 6/14/88, 8B
  • Unemployment benefits
    • Bill would raise benefits, 2/3/90, 6B
    • New law raises monthly check $20, 4/11/91, 6B
    • Woman Marian Hill denied benifits because she quit boring job, 1/16/92, 3B
  • Unemployment insurance
    • Mississippi businesses face 800% hike in rates, 5/22/92, 5B
  • Unemployment rate, Jackson metro
    • Recession, minimum-wage hike add 8000 to roles in 1991, 7/12/91, 5B
  • Unemployment rate, Mississippi
    • 1986 annual rate, 1/21/87, 8B
    • 1988 annual figure, 9/14/88, 8B
    • 1989 annual rate: joblessness averaged 8%, 1/23/90, 6B
    • April 1985 annual figure, 1/22/86, 8B
    • April 1986 figures, 5/21/86, 8B
    • April 1987 figures, 5/20/87, 8B
    • April 1988 lowest since 1980 (7.3%), 5/17/88, 8B
    • April 1989 jobless rate is 7.9%, 5/23/89, 8B
    • April 1990 rate at 6.7%, lowest since 1980, 5/25/90, 6B
    • April 1991 rate cut slightly, 6/3/91, 3B
    • April 1992 figure is 7.3%, 6/3/92, 6B
    • April 1993 rate is 6.6%, 5/31/93, 1B
    • April 1994 rate is 6.7%, 5/25/94, 5B
    • August 1985 figures, 9/24/85, 8B
    • August 1986 rate drops, 9/23/86, 8B
    • August 1987 (9.8)%, 9/22/87, 8B
    • August 1988 (7.8%), 9/20/88, 8B
    • August 1989 falls to 7.3%, 9/23/89, 6B
    • August 1990 dips to 7.9%, 10/2/90, 6B
    • August 1991 rate drops to 8.7%, 9/30/91, 2B
    • August 1992 rate is 9.2%, 9/29/92, 6B
    • August 1993 is 6%, 9/28/93, 6B
    • August 1993 rate is 6.3%, 8/31/93, 6B
    • August 1993 rate is up, 10/22/93, 8B
    • December 1987 (9.7%), 1/19/88, 8B
    • December 1988 rate up, 1/24/89, 8B
    • December 1990 rate of 8% is large jump, 1/29/91, 6B
    • December 1991 rate rises to 7.5%, 1/30/92, 5B
    • December 1992 was 6.2%, 2/1/93, 1B
    • December 1994 rate is 5.5%, 1/31/94, 3B
    • February 1986 figures, 3/26/86, 8B
    • February 1987: Mississippians' concern, 3/15/87, 1A
    • February 1988 (9.7%), 3/22/88, 8B
    • February 1989 rate drops to 8.7%, 3/28/89, 8B
    • February 1990 rate falls to 7.7%, 4/4/90, 6B
    • February 1991 rate was 8.9%, 4/2/91, 6B
    • February 1992 rate is 8.5%, 3/30/92, 1B
    • February 1993 is 6.7%, 3/29/93, 1A
    • January 1986 figures, 2/26/86, 8B
    • January 1989 is 9.4%, 3/4/89, 8B
    • January 1990 rate at 7.9%, 3/6/90, 6B
    • January 1991 rate is up to 8.9%, 3/6/91, 6B
    • January 1992 rate jumps to 8.6%, 3/7/92, 5B
    • January 1993 rate is 6.5%, 3/1/93, 2B
    • January 1994 is 7.1%, 3/9/94, 5B
    • January-October 1990 rate at 6.4%, 11/30/90, 6B
    • July 1985, 8/20/85, 8B
    • July 1986: oil recession drives rate to 13%, 8/20/86, 1A
    • July 1987 (9.7%), 8/25/87, 8B
    • July 1988 (7.9%), 8/23/88, 8B
    • July 1989 is 8.3%, 8/23/89, 6B
    • July 1992 rate is 9.4%, 8/31/92, 1B
    • July 1994 rate is 7%, 8/24/94, 5B
    • June 1985, 7/24/85, 8B
    • June 1986 is 3 year high, 7/22/86, 1A
    • June 1987, 7/21/87, 8B
    • June 1988 (7.8%), 7/20/88, 8B
    • June 1989 rate is 9.8%, 7/25/89, 6B
    • June 1991 rate is 10.5%; called 'seasonal', 7/29/91, 1B
    • June 1991 rate is lower; at 10.5%, 8/30/91, 5B
    • June 1992 rate at 10.7%, 8/3/92, 2B
    • June 1993 rate jumps to 8%, 8/3/93, 5B
    • June 1994 rate jumps to 8.1%, 7/28/94, 5B
    • March 1986 rate (11.2%), 4/22/86, 8B
    • March 1987, 4/21/87, 8B
    • March 1988 lowest in 8 years, 4/19/88, 8B
    • March 1989, 4/18/89, 8B
    • March 1990 falls to 7.1%, 5/2/90, 7B
    • March 1991 rate is 8.7%, 4/30/91, 6B
    • March 1992 rate falls to 8.1%, 5/4/92, 3B
    • March 1993 figure is 6.9%, 5/3/93, 1B
    • March 1994 drops to 7%, 4/22/94, 6B
    • May 1985, 6/25/85, 8B
    • May 1986 is high for year, 6/24/86, B
    • May 1987, 5 year low, 6/23/87, 8B
    • May 1988 (7.1%), 6/21/88, 8B
    • May 1989, 6/22/89, 6B
    • May 1991 rate up to 8.5% due to rains and recession, 7/1/91, 1B
    • May 1992 figure rises to 8%, 7/1/92, 3B
    • May 1993 rate is 6.8%, 6/29/93, 5B
    • May 1994 rate was 7.1%, 6/24/94, 5B
    • November 1984 figures, 12/19/84, 8B
    • November 1985 figures, 12/24/85, 8B
    • November 1986 rate at 11.5%, 12/23/86, 8B
    • November 1987 (9.4%), 12/22/87, 8B
    • November 1988 jobless rate jumps to 8.6%, 12/20/88, 8B
    • November 1989 rate rises to 6.9%, 12/19/89, 6B
    • November 1990 soars to 7.4%, 1/3/91, 6B
    • November 1991 jobless rate drops to 6.8%, 1/2/92, 1B
    • November 1992 is 6.1%, 1/6/93, 1A
    • November 1993 rate was 4.9%, 1/5/94, 8B
    • November 1994 rate is 5.8%, 12/21/94, 5B
    • October 1985 figures, 11/20/85, 8B
    • October 1986 for state and county, 11/25/86, 8B
    • October 1987, 11/24/87, 8B
    • October 1988 rate jumps to 8%, 11/22/88, 8B
    • October 1989 (6.4%) lowest in 9 years, 11/21/89, 6B
    • October 1991 encouraging at 7.1%, 12/2/91, 1B
    • October 1992 is 7.0%, 12/2/92, 5B
    • October 1993 is 5%, 12/2/93, 5B
    • October 1994 rate at 5.2%, 11/23/94, 5B
    • September 1985 figures, 10/22/85, 8B
    • September 1986 rate falls, 10/22/86, 8B
    • September 1988 (7.3%), 10/19/88, 4B
    • September 1989 is 7.1%, 10/27/89, 6B
    • September 1990 rate is 7.1%, 10/30/90, 6B
    • September 1991 stands at 8%, 10/28/91, 1B
    • September 1993 rate is 5.2%, 10/29/93, 5B
    • September 1994 rate at 5.3%, 10/27/94, 1A
  • Unemployment rate, US
    • June 1992 national rate is 7.8%, highest since 1984, 7/3/92, 1A
    • Regional, national rates 2nd and 3rd quarters, 1988, 12/2/88, 10B
  • Unfinished Gospel
    • Book by Evan Powell, 10/8/94, 1E
  • Unfunded mandates
    • Area mayors want end to unfunded mandates, 10/25/94, 4B
  • Unicorn beetles
    • Iuka bugs go to Moscow, 1/13/91, 1B
  • Unidentified bodies SEE Missing persons
  • Unification Church
    • Jackson
      • Feels misunderstood, 1/23/88, 1C
      • Seeking permanent home, 7/7/90, 1D
  • Unification Church (USA)
    • Singles minister at First Baptist Church considers it a cult, 8/25/90, 1D
  • Unifirst
    • Bank of Mississippi buys its former headquarters, 12/21/90, 6B
  • UniFirst
    • Bank officials say all deposits are safe, 1/14/89, 1A
    • Buyout will not change local bank competition, 6/16/90, 1A
    • Capitol Street Corp. possible investor, 1/17/89, 8B
    • Federal bank official says UniFirst is safe, 1/16/89, 1A
  • Unifirst
    • Federal regulators take over, 8/11/89, 1A, 6B; 8/12/89, 1A
  • UniFirst
    • Future could hinge on investor interest, 1/22/89, 1G
  • Unifirst
    • Gets new federal managing agent, 9/16/89, 6B
  • UniFirst
    • Inflation was its worst enemy, 8/12/89, 6B
    • Investors may try to make UniFirst a stockholder-owned thrift, 1/20/89, 1A
  • UNIFIRST
    • IS SOLD TO 7 STATE BANKS, 6/16/90, 1A+; 6/19/90, 6B
  • Unifirst
    • Its Louisville deposits to be bought by Eastover, 11/16/90, 6B
  • UniFirst
    • Jobs are eliminated after Trustmark takeover, 6/30/90, 6B
    • Lowers rates on bank cards, 5/22/87, 8B
    • May need federal bailout, but not yet, 1/14/89, 8B
  • Unifirst
    • Officer Robert Patterson sued over $3.5 million loan, 8/13/92, 5B
  • UniFirst
    • Officials hope panic will pass, 1/15/89, 1A
  • Unifirst
    • Regulators place President Scott on leave, 12/13/89, 1A
  • UniFirst
    • Routine check may have sparked insolvency rumors, 1/20/89, 1A
  • Unifirst
    • RTC puts it on sale block, 4/6/90, 6B
    • RTC to sell 4 Unifirst branches, 9/14/90, 6B
  • UniFirst
    • Rumors spurred net withdrawal of about $20 million Friday, 1/18/89, 1A
    • Sale announcement is expected, 6/15/90, 6B
    • Scare is over, officials say, 1/17/89, 1A
    • Shooting of employee in parking lot, 12/22/89, 1A
    • Site on Capitol Street appraised at $4.5 Million, 6/16/90, 13A
  • Unifirst
    • Trustmark to close 7 branches, 9/7/90, 6B
  • Unifirst SEE ALSO Scott, Tom B.,Jr.
  • Uniform school law
    • Mississippi
      • Board of Education to seek, 9/21/85, 3B
      • Panel endorses, 11/22/85, 1B
      • Senate approves, 2/12/86, 1B
      • Survives House deadlines, 3/5/86, 1A
  • Union Planters Corp, 2/6/89, 12E; 3/13/89, 12E
    • Planning to buy First National Bank of New Albany, 5/3/89, 8B
  • Union Planters Corp SEE ALSO Sunburst Bank
  • Union, Mississippi
    • Innovative water treatment plant wins DOE award, 1/23/93, 4B
    • Racial fight at football game, 11/9/90, 1A
  • Unions SEE Labor unions; SEE Teacher unions
  • Uniroyal One Lap of America
    • Stops in Jackson, 5/6/86,1A
  • UniSouth SEE Trustmark Bank
  • Unit system
    • 24 counties to vote on whether to keep unit system, 9/13/92, 1A
    • Auditor grilled on estimates of system, 8/14/88, 1B
    • Auditor Pete Johnson vows he will enforce new laws, 9/24/89, 1A
    • Auditors check on 46 counties facing October 1 deadline, 11/20/89, 1B
    • Beat system vs. unit system on November ballot, 10/31/92, 1B; 11/8/92, 1B
    • Bill goes to Senate, 8/12/88, 1A
    • Board clears accountants of complaint involving unit system, 12/17/88, 1B
    • Counties allowed to return to beat system for road mamagement, 2/14/92, 4B; 4/1/92, 3B
    • County administrators, 5/3/87, 1A
    • County government, 2/15/87, 1A; 2/19/87, 1A
    • Expected to be on agenda, 8/5/88, 1A
    • Foes oppose referendum, 2/10/86, 1B
    • Foes survey rural road maintenance, 6/28/88, 2B
    • Gubernatorial candidates endorse, 4/10/87, 1A
    • Harrison County may be test case for auditor Pete Johnson, 12/18/89, 1B
    • Hearings begin, 2/16/88, 1B
    • Hearings elicit debate, 2/17/88, 4B
    • Hearn recognizes value of, 5/22/88, 1H
    • Hinds County
      • Grand jury:Co. should use, 5/24/88, 1A
      • Supervisors to replace beat system, 6/29/85, 1A; 7/1/85, 1A
    • Hinds County takes 1st step toward, 3/11/86, 1A
    • Hinds, Madison Rankin counties
      • Adjustment of public to system, 9/24/89, 1B
    • House committee OKs bill to adjust unit law, 1/28/89, 3B
    • House OKs bill to require referendum, 4/7/88, 1A
    • Houses votes on letting counties decide, 8/11/88, 1A
    • Lamar County supervisors want return to beat system, 8/22/92, 3B
    • Law
      • Will be refined and perfected, 9/24/89, 1A
    • Lee County
      • 58% support unit syste, 10/27/88, 1B
    • Leflore County
      • Benefits seen in bottom line, 9/24/89, 1B
    • Lessens corruption officials say, 7/11/87, 3B
    • Lincoln County told to obey law or lose state funding, 7/20/89, 5B
    • Mabus blasts cost estimates, 9/25/88, 1A
    • Mabus blueprint gets 1st hearing, 2/11/88, 2B
    • Mabus refuses victory claim in reform, 11/14/88, 2B
    • Mabus seeks union support, 8/23/88, 1B
    • Mabus vetoes pay raise for supervisors, 5/1/88, 1A
    • Mabus, Legislature prepare to tangle, 8/9/88, 1A
    • Mabus, press hit for backing unit system, 7/23/88, 1A
    • MEC checklist helps citizens keep tabs on supervisors, 1/6/90. 1B
    • Mississippi Association of Educators endorses unit system, 10/28/88, 3B
    • Mississippi Attorney General asks voters to back system, 9/28/88, 3B
    • Molpus: System will save in long run, 10/20/88, 3B
    • Monroe County voters file petition for vote on unit system, 9/3/92, 3B
    • Negotiations break down, 8/15/88, 1A
    • Negotiators reach tentative agreement, 8/16/88, 1A
    • Neshoba County
      • Supervisors deny trying to beat system, 2/1/88, 1A
    • Official: Beat system can't function in future, 9/22/88, 3B
    • Officials at Delta public hearing says system too costly, 3/5/91, 2B
    • Officials doubt easy passage, 7/31/88, 1A
    • Oktibbeha County faces fines for noncompliance, 6/16/94, 3B
    • Panel approves change to, 3/8/88, 1B
    • Panel approves proposal to switch to, 3/4/88, 1B
    • Poll: Trouble ahead for, 5/29/88, 3J
    • Public hearings draw very little response, 4/19/91, 2B
    • Purchasing law debate slows unit measure, 8/13/88, 1A
    • Rankin County
      • Adopted by, 9/9/87, 1B
      • Grand jury backs move to, 7/8/88, 1B
    • Rankin supervisors maintain road zones won't hinder, 6/2/89, 1A
    • Reed advises supvrs. to support, 8/30/87, 14A
    • Senate approves mandating all cos. to change, 3/5/88, 1B
    • Senate votes 51-1 in favor of unit system, 8/14/88, 1A
    • Senate votes to let counties vote on localized road maintenance, 3/26/92, 1B
    • Session topic to be unit system, 8/6/88, 1B
    • Some counties may vote to return to beat system, 6/21/92, 1A
    • Splits along rural/urban lines, 11/9/88, 1A
    • State board may discipline accountants for exaggerating costs, 12/12/88, 1A
    • Stone County gives system mixed reviews, 6/21/92, 1B
    • Study: Cost estimates distorted, 10/22/88, 1B
    • Study: it provides better road maintenance than beat system, 9/30/92, 1A
    • Supervisors' group lashes back at Mabus, 9/27/88, 1B
    • Supervisors: Mabus twisting facts, 6/10/88, 1A
    • Switch may be costly for counties, 9/1/88, 1A
    • System not needed to address corruption, 9/29/88, 1A
    • Tallahatchie County found in compliance, 3/23/90, 5B
    • Tallahatchie County town torn by debates, 1/22/90, 1A
    • Tallahatchie County won't get state funds, 1/11/90, 1A; 1/13/90, 1A; 1/18/90, 1B
    • Tallahatchie officials turn in keys to trucks in move to unit system, 1/26/90, 1B
    • Tallahatchie supervisors face prosecution, 11/30/89, 1A
    • Unit system vs. beat system: the differences, 9/13/92, 1A (box)
    • US Attorney urges adoption of unit system, 10/26/88, 1B
    • Vote test of Mabus' political strength
      • 11/10/88
    • Vote to test politics of defiance, 10/30/88, 1H
    • Voters will decide on county reform, 8/17/88, 1A
    • Won't end corruption, 6/10/87, 1B
    • Would take county barns off private property, 8/14/88, 1A
  • Unitarian Church
    • Free Speech Day, 7/6/87, 1B
  • United Airlines
    • Pulls out of Jackson market, 6/8/89, 4B
  • United Artists Parkway Place
    • 10-screen complex, 2/9/91, 1A; 2/23/92, 1C; 5/23/92, 1A; 10/25/91, 5B
    • New digital sound system for 'Jurassic Park', 6/11/93, 1E
  • United Blood Services
    • Political candidates rally in Tupelo, 9/2/91, 2B
    • Tree of Life to replenish low blood supplies, 12/7/89, 3B
  • United Church Homes
    • Opens apartments for elderly and disabled in Pearl, 4/7/90, 1D
  • United Church of Christ
    • Helps publicize low telephone rates for poor and elderly, 1/20/90, 1D
  • United Equitable Cos
    • May no longer operate in state, 9/5/90, 6B
  • United Methodist Bishops
    • Bishop de Carvalho of Angola is new president, 5/4/91, 1D
    • Bishop May says churches ignore drug problem, 5/1/91, 3B
    • Bishop Sprague says Church must excite as well as inspire, 5/1/91, 3B
    • Bishops told racism fight not finished, 5/3/91, 1B
    • Conference resolutions range form racism to drug abuse, 5/4/91, 1D
    • Endorse proposal to allow open communion, 5/2/91, 1B
    • Holds world-wide meeting in Jackson, 4/26/91, 1B; 4/27/91, 1D
    • Mathews' sermon graphic sign of changes in state, 4/29/91, 1B
    • Mathews, turned away in '64, speaks at Galloway Church, 4/28/91, 1B
  • United Methodist Children's Home SEE Methodist Children's Home
  • United Methodist Ministry to Children and Families
    • Was Methodist Children's Home, 11/12/94, 1D
  • United Methodists SEE Methodists
  • United Parcel Service
    • Bussinesses gear up for possible UPS strike, 8/10/90, 6B; 8/11/90, 6B
    • Donates $100,000 to renovate Dirty Corner community, 10/22/91, 1A
    • Drug delivery sting in Gulfport leads to 3 arrests, 4/19/92, 3B
    • Mississippi drivers did not participate in walkout, 2/8/94, 6B
  • United Press International
    • To close Jackson bureau, 5/31/92, 2G; 10/13/90, 6B
  • United Security Life Insurance Co
    • Approved for doing reinsurance business in Mexico, 4/21/94, 5B
  • United States attorney
    • Jackson office expands to combat skyrocketing crime, 1/19/92, 1B
  • United States budget SEE ALSO Gramm/Rudman Act
  • United States budget, 1992
    • Budget dispute will not affect Corps of Engineers offices, 9/29/90, 2B
    • Congress OKs plan; Vicksburg park and Natchez Trace reopen, 10/9/90, 1A
    • Cuts could close down offices, cause delays in air travel, 9/27/90, 1A
    • Funding jam has federal workers in state uneasy, 10/8/90, 1A
    • Local lawsuit possible over furlough of meat inspectors, 9/29/90, 1B
    • Lott and Taylor opposed final deficit-reduction plan, 10/28/90, 2A
  • United States budget, 1994
    • Mississippi delegation splits its vote on Clinton plan, 5/28/93, 10A
  • United States budget, 1995
    • Thompson says balancing budget would hurt Delta farmers, 12/22/94, 6B
  • United States Collegiate Wind Band
    • Two Canton youths tour Europe, 5/8/93, 4B
  • United States Fidelity & Guaranty
    • State's largest workers' comp underwriter pulls out, 12/31/91, 4B
  • United States Flag SEE American Flag
  • United States Paging Corp SEE MTel
  • United Technologies Corp
    • To cut 13,900 jobs
      • Effect on Columbus operations?, 1/22/92, 5B; 4/6/92, 2B
  • United Technologies Motor Systems SEE United Technologies Corp
  • United Way
    • 1990 fund raising drive kicked off at Smith-Wills Stadium, 8/8/90, 5B
    • 1993 donations down; economy cited
      • Lopking to casinos for help, 6/29/93, 1B
    • 1994 fund-raising drive, 8/5/94, 4B; 11/30/94, 4B
    • 1995 fund raising drive, 9/10/94, 5B
    • Agencies to face 12% cut, 6/23/86, 1B
    • Allocation of 1985 funds, 12/19/85, 1B
    • Annual meeting, 2/21/87, 1B
    • Aramony issue: local chapters discontinue payments to national organization, 2/28/92, 1B
    • Barbara Brinson retires, 3/15/88, 1B
    • Campaign drive kicks off with jump on goal, 9/29/88, 3B
    • Changing with community need, 10/14/85, 1B
    • Downtown rally kicks off campaign, 9/28/89, 1B
    • ESPN's Robin Roberts kicks off fund drive, 9/19/91, 1B
    • Exceeds donation target, 12/3/88, 3B
    • Expects to reach 1986 goal, 9/25/86, 1B
    • Gratified with $4.1Million fund drive, 2/21/91, 5B
    • Hosts management training seminar on fund raising, 6/27/91, 5B
    • Jackson executives help in fund raising, 9/19/90, 1B
    • Jackson executives volunteer to raise funds, 10/30/94, 1C
    • Kicks off youth program, 10/27/94, 4B
    • Liles B. Williams, Chairman, 8/31/87, 3B
    • National president Elaine Chao speaks in Jackson, 2/26/93, 3B
    • Need for funds from private sector, 9/24/87, 1B
    • Opens its new office on N. President Street, 11/18/89, 3B
    • Picnic kicks off 1993 funding drive, 9/25/92, 1B; 11/25/92, 4B
    • Plans to attend National rally for homeless, 2/25/88, 3B
    • Positive changes, 11/11/85, 1B
    • Sponsoring seminar for non-profit managers, 5/26/91, 3C
    • Teen Eddie Colbert tells meeting how United Way changed his life, 9/20/90, 1B
    • Three volunteers returning help they received, 10/4/91, 1E
    • Tops halfway mark for 1987, 10/14/87, 3B
    • Volunteer Resource Center's Christmas Wish List, 11/29/94, 1D
    • Youth Allocation Committee, 11/9/90, 4B
    • Youth In Action Allocations Committee picks recipients for grants, 5/11/91, 4B
  • Unity Church of Practical Living, 5/16/87, 1D
  • Unity in Christ revival (Indianola)
    • Blacks and whites worshiping together, 4/13/89, 1A
  • Unity Tour, 1991 SEE Freedom riders---Bicyclists...
  • Universal Art Photographic Services
    • Pictorial church directories firm, 10/19/91, 1D
  • Universal Converter
    • New diaper plant to create 350 jobs, 11/25/87, 8B
  • Universal Health & Fitness Center
    • Bought by Figure & Fitness World, 10/4/85, 8B
  • Universal Manufacturing Corp, 7/12/87, 1G
  • Universities SEE ALSO Black universities
  • Universities SEE ALSO Colleges
  • Universities Center (Jackson) SEE Jackson State University
  • Universities, Alabama
    • State told to eliminate bias in programs, 12/31/91, 1A
  • Universities, Louisiana
    • Separate but equal invalid, judge says, 12/23/92, 1A, 9A
  • Universities, Mississippi
    • $40 Million bond issue to help renovation,repair, 8/13/88, 3B
    • $65M for repairs OK'd by Legislature, 3/30/93, 1B; 4/8/93, 2B; 4/21/93, 1A
    • 1988 Commencement
      • Alcorn, Millsaps, 5/9/88, 1B
      • Mabus speaks at Tougaloo, 5/16/88, 3B
      • MSU, Ole Miss, MC, JSU, 5/15/88, 1B
      • Speeches, 5/8/88, 1B
    • Accountability required, Mabus says, 8/15/89, 1A
    • Admission standards: tougher will hurt blacks, Biggers told, 12/10/94, 3B
  • UNIVERSITIES, MISSISSIPPI
    • ADMISSIONS POLICIES CHANGED, 7/15/93, 1a; 7/16/93, 1B
  • Universities, Mississippi
    • Admissions policy changes spell end of ACT, 7/17/93, 1B
    • Admissions policy: Chamblis fights changes, 10/13/94, 2B
    • Admissions policy: judge halts implementation, 12/14/94, 1A
    • Admissions policy: Legal challenges expected, 8/20/93, 2B
    • Admissions policy: open admissions a step backward?, 2/8/93, 1A
    • Admissions policy: open admissions proposed, 1/28/93, 1A; 1/29/93, 1A
    • Admissions policy: put on hold for 1 year, 9/17/93, 1B
    • Admissions policy: will new standards hurt black schools?, 3/18/94, 1B
    • Affirmative action remains goal of presidents, 1/21/93, 3B; 2/25/93, 3B
    • Award 8000 diplomas in Spring 1991 ceremonies, 5/10/91, 3B
    • Bank cards with school colors & letters, 1/30/88, 8B
    • Beginning to feel bite of budget cutbacks, 6/30/91, 1B
    • Black college alumni say Fordice targeting their schools, 1/26/92, 1B
    • Black faculty recruitment, 7/25/93, 1B, 4B
    • Board OKs exemptions to admission standards, 11/21/85, 1A
    • Board orders freeze on administrative hiring, 2/22/91, 1B
    • Board resolves not to close, 12/10/86, 3B
    • Board to keep duplicated doctoral programs, 7/17/86, 1B
    • Bond Commission OKs $13.5M; Fordice showdown expected, 7/1/93, 1B
    • Bonds (capital improvements) SEE Line-item vetoes
    • Bottom line: state cannot afford 8 public universities, 10/7/90, 3H
    • Budget cuts, 11/13/85, 1A
    • Budget given approval by College Board, 6/22/90, 3B
    • Budgets (Specific colleges, figures), 6/18/86, 1B
    • Budgets: campuses seek antidote to cuts, 12/18/92, 3B
    • Businessmen debate tax increase, 12/2/86, 1B
    • Campus leaders to rally students for more funding, 7/6/91, 1B
    • Chief: State schools need stiff admission standards, 3/16/89, 1B
    • Chiefs pay will rise, tuition won't, 7/21/88, 1B
    • Cleere and Thompson unveil higher education goals, 8/16/90, 3B
    • Cleere draws fire over funding at Ole Miss faculty meeting, 12/7/91, 1B
    • Cleere pledges to work for pay raise for faculty, 2//8/92, 2B
    • Cleere: schools need stiff admission standards, 3/16/89, 1B; 4/5/90, 4B
    • Closure; Mike Gunn's proposed study called 'waste of time', 2/9/92, 1A
    • Closure?, 2/5/87, 1A
    • Closure? Consolidation, revamping are musts, 2/9/92, 5G
    • College Board approves fee increases, 5/18/90, 1B
    • College Board approves increase in fees, 5/18/89, 3B
    • College Board approves Martin Luther King holiday, 9/21/90, 1A
    • College Board defends plan to legislators, 1/24/86, 1A
    • College Board requests 6% budget increase, 6/19/92, 1B
  • UNIVERSITIES, MISSISSIPPI
    • COLLEGE BOARD RETHINKING ROLE OF THE 8 UNIVERSITIES, 8/15/91, 1A
  • Universities, Mississippi
    • College Board seeks budget increase, 8/31/85, 1B
    • College Board studies possible 5% pay increase, 10/15/91, 1A; 10/18/91, 1B
    • College Board tells them to tighten campus security, 11/22/91, 2B
    • College Board urges closings, 1/16/86, 1A
    • College Board votes pay raises for 5 campus presidents, 6/18/93, 1B
    • College Board's plan for better schools, less duplication, 2/18/91, 1B
    • College foundations called vital to athletic survival, 3/7/93, 1D
    • College foundations must be controled, PEER says, 2/28/93, 1A; 3/3/93, 3B
    • College foundations: Board wants them to meet with IRS, 3/19/93, 1A
    • College foundations: Coaches' salary supplements questioned, 3/16/93, 1A
    • College foundations: College Board may investigate, 8/20/93, 1B
    • College foundations: deadline for PEER report shortened, 3/10/93, 1A
    • College foundations: Legislature will not investigate, 3/31/93, 1B
    • College foundations: MSU's AD Templeton's roles, 3/9/93, 1A
    • College foundations: Ole Miss and MSU's may move off campus, 3/17/93, 1A
    • College foundations: PEER report goes public, 3/13/93, 1A; 3/20/93, 4A
    • College foundations: PEER says colleges broke rules, 3/16/93, 1A, 8A, 9A
    • College foundations: probe hasn't blunted contributions, 8/2/93, 1A
    • College foundations: Solons want PEER rpt. public, 3/5/93, 1A; 3/6/93, 1A
    • College presidents call cutbacks 'devastating', 4/19/91, 2B
    • College presidents call for panel, 3/5/86, 1A
    • College presidents call for panel rejected, 3/11/86, 1A
    • College presidents unite to fight for money, 2/12/90, 1B; 2/19/90, 1B
    • College presidents' salaries lag behind national average, 4/24/94, 3B
    • Colleges list repair work, 8/31/88, 1B
    • Colleges may delete jobs (figures), 5/15/86, 1A
    • Computer link-up of libraries, 9/17/87, 1B
    • Conflict of interest--college officials and state banks?, 12/8/90, 1A
    • Course in campus life, 8/23/87, 1A
    • Court will hear desegregation lawsuit, 6/18/90, 1A
    • Crime, 10/9/88, 1A
    • Crime on campus a major concern, 2/14/93, 1A
    • Crime statistics report on campus crime, 9/27/92, 1B
    • Cutback plan no 'scare tactic' for more funding, 10/24/91, 2B
    • Cuts (figures by university), 11/12/85, 1B
    • Degrees offered (chart), 12/11/90, 13A
    • Duplication of courses, 4/29/87, 3B
    • Enrollment at seven state schools is up for 1991, 9/9/91, 1A
    • Enrollment declines at Ole Miss, MVSU and MSU, 8/27/94, 1B
    • Enrollment down 2.5% in 1993, study shows, 12/28/93, 1B
    • Enrollment hike-Fall, 1987, 9/7/87, 1A
    • Enrollment up at MVSU, DSU, and MUW, Fall 1993, 9/4/93, 1A
    • Enrollments at 6 schools climb above last year, 9/2/90, 1B
    • Entrance requirements have 8th-graders making plans, 3/4/91, 5B
    • Entrance requirements to get tougher in 1995, 7/17/91, 3B; 12/14/90, 1B
    • Face 5% budget cuts for 1991, 9/21/90, 3B
    • Faculty salaries at 3 universities at 95% regional average, 8/22/89, 1B
    • Faculty: increase in teaching loads?, 11/11/93, 1A; 11/12/93, 1B
    • Fall 1994 registration schedules, 8/14/94, 15A
    • Fall, 1987 enrollments up, 7/12/87, 1A
    • Fee increases: College Board voices concern, 4/17/93, 1A
    • Fees going up, quality going down, Cleere says, 2/5/92, 1B
    • Fight for doctoral programs, 5/15/86, 1B
    • Fordice hears presidents tell of pain of budget cuts, 3/17/92, 1B
    • Free tuition draws teachers to state's colleges, 12/4/89, 1B
    • Funding, 2/2/7/87, 3B
    • Funding cuts could set colleges back four years, 3/22/91, 1A
    • Funding gets $15M boost, back to '91 levels, 3/1/91, 1B
    • Funding inequity SEE Ayers suit
    • Funding is cut $7.6Million; signal to College Board?, 11/14/92, 1B
    • Funding: 'wish list' at $179 Million, 9/16/93, 2B
    • Funding: Fordice veto of $98 million is overridden, 5/8/92, 1B
    • Funding: Fordice vetoes $98 million 'quilting bee' proposal, 5/7/92, 1B
    • Funding: House votes $34 million for capital improvements, 4/23/92, 2B
    • Funding: presidents say more money still needed, 9/25/92, 1B
    • Funding: presidents urge unified front, 1/9/93, 11A
    • Gifts of money by Butler and others, 11/23/87, 1C
    • Good economic times may cut enrollment, 8/14/94, 1A
    • Graduation 1993: Espy among speakers, 5/6/93, 1B
    • Graduation speakers for 1992 include Lott, Fordice, Grisham, 5/4/92, 3B
    • Grant to bolster minority participation in science, 1/17/92, 1B
    • Head says none should be closed, 5/17/87, 1B
    • House OKs $195.7 Million for universities, 4/20/88, 2B
    • House OKs universities repair bond, 4/21/88, 1B
    • House Speaker Ford won't 'fabricate' larger tax collections, 4/23/91, 1B
    • Housing shortage at Ole Miss and MSU, 8/29/89, 1B
    • Increase in tuition, 4/15/89, 1A; 4/20/89, 1A
    • Involvement with local public schools, 5/1/90, 4B
    • Legislator Guice's plan would shift and shuffle, 1/24/91, 1B
    • Lists long, funds short for repairs, 2/28/88, 1A
    • Losing faculty to other states after no salary increase, 7/29/90, 1A
    • Mabus seeking raises for college teachers, 5/17/90, 1A
    • MBA programs being revamped, 8/14/94, 1C
    • Mediocrity taking over, Representative Perry says, 2/7/91, 1A
    • Morale problem, 12/12/86, 1B
    • More funds for libraries, building repairs requested, 9/26/91, 1B
    • MSU, Ole Miss adopt early tuition payment policy, 10/31/91, 1A
    • NAACP wants community colleges included, 11/17/92, 1B
    • New programs on hold pending Ayers decision, 12/17/94, 1B
    • New programs put on hold due to budget crisis, 12/14/90, 1A
    • Offer summer enrichment courses for high schoolers, 5/15/90, 4B
    • Officials and alumni to stump for increased funding, 9/25/90, 1B
    • Orientation eases students into campus life, 7/30/90, 1B
  • UNIVERSITIES, MISSISSIPPI
    • PAYMENT PAST DUE (funding shortage problem), 12/9-11/90, 1A+
  • Universities, Mississippi
    • PEER committee to investigate foundations funding, athletics, 2/11/92, 1B
    • PEER report finds they mismanaged money and investments, 12/6/90, 1A
    • PEER will look at how they spend money, 7/21/92, 1B
    • Plan $57.7M capital repair request for 1992, 8/16/91, 1B
    • Politics & funds threaten system, 3/9/86, 1A
    • Presidents courted by out of state schools, 9/27/86, 1A
    • Presidents discuss SEC expansion, 5/31/90, 1A
    • Presidents get pay raises, 6/16/92, 1A; 6/18/92, 3B; 6/19/92, 1A
    • Presidents withdraw call for panel, 3/20/86, 1A
    • Profiles of several schools, 1/16/86, 1B
    • Proposed cuts, 4/17/86, 1A
    • Pushing for funds before tax laws change, 11/30/86, 1A
    • Recognize M.L. King holiday, 10/19/90, 1A
    • Remedial courses should be eliminated, Senate says, 5/2/92, 1B
    • Report says low salaries cost state faculty, 6/26/90, 3B
    • Request $80 Million in new state funding, 9/7/89, 1B
    • Request 32% increase, 8/21/87, 1A
    • ROTC program losses halt attempted, 1/30/88, 1B
    • Royalties from logos, T-shirts, caps, etc, 12/19/93, 1A, 19A
    • SEE ALSO Fraternities---Ole Miss
    • Seeking $55.4 Million raise in funding for 1991-92, 7/20/90, 3B
    • St. Andrews College Fair, 11/16/87, 1B
    • State eyes pre-paid college plans, 1B; 1/9/89
    • Student government, 12/30/84, 1E
    • Students likely facing higher tuition, 10/18/91, 1A
    • Study shows funding below regional average, tuition above, 9/17/90, 1A
    • Study: Offer more off-campus instruction, 11/17/88, 3B
    • Supporters plan rally at Capitol, 2/25/86, 1A; 2/26/86, 1B
    • Survey shows tax hike favored, 3/4/86, 1A
    • To be linked via TV network, 7/21/89, 4B
    • To seek record increase in funding in 1993, 6/21/91, 1A
    • Tougher entrance requirements, 6/9/85, 1A
    • Tougher entrance requirements considered by Board, 2/16/91, 4B
    • Tougher entrance requirements would close doors to many, 2/4/91, 2B
    • Transfer credit policy approved, 10/29/91, 3B
    • Tuition among highest in southeast, 9/15/87, 3B
    • Tuition cut because of budget surplus?, 11/17/93, 1B
    • Tuition cuts for in-state students possible, 9/15/94, 3B; 12/21/94, 2B
    • Tuition for non-residents may rise $1000, 9/16/93, 1B
    • Tuition higher in Mississippi, 2/29/88, 1A
    • Tuition higher than surrounding states, 10/24/89, 3B
    • Tuition hike of 10% seen in Fall of 1992, 2/21/92, 1A; 3/26/92, 2B
    • Tuition hike of 12% proposed, 5/20/92, 1A; 5/21/92, 1B
    • Tuition hike of up to 17.7% approved, 4/19/91, 1A; 4/25/91, 2B
    • Tuition hikes for 1993 being reconsidered, 9/23/92, 3B
    • Tuition increase, 4/18/90, 1A; 4/19/90, 1A
    • Tuition increase seen for out-of-staters, 4/23/92, 2B
    • Tuition increases approved for five schools, 5/17/91, 2B
    • Tuition increases blamed for low enrollments, 4/16/93, 1B; 9/6/92, 1B
    • Tuition may be raised 25% for Fall 1993, 3/19/92, 1A; 12/14/91, 1A
    • Tuition may rise for out-of-state students, 4/15/93, 1A
    • Tuition raised, 5/21/87, 1A
    • Tuition raised 12%; faculty salaries hiked 5%, 5/22/92, 3B
    • Unveil budget request for 88-89, 1/28/88, 3B
    • Uphill battle for salary increases, library funding, 9/20/91, 2B
    • Would feel ax in Senate panel's budget plan, 2/15/90, 1B
    • Would get bulk of $116.8 capital improvements bond, 3/1/91, 2B
    • Zacharias: Schools too dependent on private funding, 9/13/91, 1B
  • Universities, Mississippi SEE ALSO Ayers suit
  • University bonds SEE Line-item vetoes
  • University Christian School
    • AG rules it can't lease its property from School Board, 8/26/94, 4B
    • Both sides agree to delay action until September 20, 8/20/94, 1B
    • Brandon academy sold to Rankin County Schools, 8/5/94, 1A; 8/11/94, 9A
    • May move, but won't pull up Rankin County roots, 8/9/94, 1A
    • Patron Ronnie Garner admits he knew of foreclosure, 9/3/94, 1A
    • Restraining order gives school time, 8/13/94, 4B
    • Supervisors vote to ask Board to nullify purchase, 8/16/94, 4B
    • Update on lawsuit against Rankin County Public Schools, 11/1/94, 5B
    • Vows court battle if property lease voided, 8/11/94, 1A; 8/12/94, 1A
  • University development foundations
    • SEE Universities, Mississippi---College foundations...
  • University Medical Center SEE UMC
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
    • Old steel town builds star hospital, 7/13/93, 9A
  • University of Mississippi
    • 1993 commencement: Espy is speaker, 5/16/93, 1B
    • 2 seek jury trials, 4/12/88, 1B
    • 2nd fraternity house to be renovated, 8/9/88, 1A
    • Acoustics center named for Whitten, 10/20/90, 3B
    • Administrators and senior secretaries lose jobs in staff cuts, 3/4/92, 1B
    • Adopts early tuition payment policy, 10/31/91, 1A
    • Alumni raise $17,000 with credit cards, 5/26/88, 8B
    • Arrests in sex investigations, 2/23/88, 1A
    • Attack on student from India, 3/8/90, 5B
    • Authorities continue search for arsonist, 9/15/88, 3B
    • Awards of Distinction to B.B. King, four other blacks, 1/31/92, 3B
    • Awards of Distinction, 1993, 2/10/93, 2B
    • Barnard Observatory, 2/4/93, 3E
    • Biologist researches way to strip sulphur from coal, 4/2/89, 6B
    • Black alumni try to recruit blacks, 3/20/88, 6B
    • Black fraternity house fire may be arson, 7/10/89, 3B; 8/5/88, 1A
    • Black is named editor of Daily Mississippian, 4/26/90, 1B
    • Blossom is Newman Scholar, 3/16/89, 1B
    • Boone named athletic director, 9/4/94, 1A
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
    • BREWER IS FIRED, 7/13/94, 1A, 1C, 5C
  • University of Mississippi
    • Civil rights progress during Turner's stewardship, 4/4/94, 1B
    • Code Blue campus security system, 7/16/92, 3B
    • Coeds
      • Accident
        • Grand Jury, 7/31/87, 1B
      • Fatalities
        • Fund raisin, 7/28/87, 1B
      • Killed
        • Report to parents, 5/7/87, 1A
    • College board OKs house for black fraternity, 8/18/88, 3B
    • Cost of education 15 years from now: $61,840, 4/20/89, 1B
    • Delays extending teacher program to 5 years, 10/26/90, 3B
    • Designs sonar to find catfish in ponds, 10/19/90, 7B
    • DIXIE controversy, 3/4/93, 1B; 4/23/93, 3B; 4/24/93, 1B
    • Dunn is Brewer's replacement; 1-year tryout period, 7/14/94, 1A
    • Eliminates master's program in public administration, 12/13/91, 3B
    • Endowment reaches $31 M, 9/3/88, 1B
    • Evans named first black basketball coach, 3/31/92, 1A, 1C
    • Ex-guard sues for racial discrimination, harassment, 7/12/92, 6B
    • Exchange with Soviet Union of underwater mining technology, 3/24/90, 4B
    • Faculty criticize refurbishing of airplane, 12/27/91, 7A
    • Faculty Senate votes against playing of 'Dixie', 5/11/93, 1B
    • Faculty wants Athletic Department to pay for baseball stadium, 1/18/92, 3B
    • Faculty will rate Gerald Turner's administration, 11/22/91, 1B
    • First black is named Miss Ole Miss, 11/30/89, 1B
    • Football: the south end zone is literary place to be, 10/28/94, 1E
    • Fordice speaks at 1992 graduation, 5/15/92, 1A; 5/17/92, 1B, 2B
    • Fraternity "swaps" banned after rape charge, 9/28/88, 1A
    • Fraternity/sorority 'swaps' return as 'mixers', 9/1/89, 1B
    • Fund drive, 2/1/87, 1A
    • Fund drive, loan set for Ole Miss fraternit, 8/6/88, 1A
    • Gets $2.5 Million for catfish, erosion study, 10/16/88, 5B
    • Gets Gannett journalism grant/85, 7/11/85, 1B
    • Gift from Standard Oil, 6/30/87, 1A
    • Guard posted at house for black fraternity, 8/23/88, 1B
    • Hattiesburg official charged in sex investigation, 2/24/88, 1A
    • Honors six black Mississippians, 2/13/90, 5B
    • Honors six blacks with Awards of Distinction, 2/8/91, 2B
    • Integration of fraternities on track, 2/20/92, 3B
    • Journalism Department given $1M gift by Kelly Gene Cook Trust, 2/17/91, 6B
    • Journalism Department scholarships boost minority enrollment, 11/28/88, 3B
    • Kappa Sigma brawl probe starts, 2/1/93, 3B; 3/5/93, 4B
    • Kappa Sigma students arrested in Virginia brawl, 1/25/93, 2B; 1/26/93, 1B
    • Kenneth Roberts returns as pharmacy dean, 1/7/89, 1B
    • LaBauve trustee
      • Abolished, 4/2/87, 1B
    • Law school appoints 1st black dean Louis Westerfield, 3/10/94, 1B
    • Law school dean and the Ayers suit, 3/6/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Law school dean David Shipley resigns; takes Kentucky post, 5/21/93, 2B
    • Law school dean, Thomas Edmonds, resigns, 1/9/89, 3B
    • Law school may hike tuition, 5/19/93, 3B
    • Law school: Whitten chair held by Evelyn Gandy, 12/16/93, 3B
    • Law students protest professor's dismissal, 4/8/88, 3B
    • Leon Litwick to be resident scholar, 1/23/89, 3B
    • Library sex matter
      • Fire Professor Brown?, 3/8/88, 1A
    • Louis I. Pigott Library Endowment, 9/19/94, 3B
    • Marijuana growth: Clinton may lift ban on medical use, 1/6/94, 1A
    • Marx named president of University of West Florida, 11/24/87, 1A
    • Minister charged in library incident, 2/26/88, 3B
    • Murphy resigns as basketball coach, 3/13/92, 1A
    • Music Department may lose accreditation, 2/6/91, 3B
    • National Center for Physical Acoustics, 2/7/87, 8B; 2/19/87, 8B
    • Natural Products Center funded by federal government, 8/1/91, 3B
    • NCAA accuses football program of violations, 6/17/94, 1A
    • NCAA allegations: austerity for Athletics Department, 8/7/94, 1A
    • NCAA asks for football recruiting records, 4/21/94, 1A
    • NCAA brings charges, 7/24/86, 1A
    • NCAA investigation: Alford will resign, 7/12/94, 1A
    • NCAA investigation: booster Steve Harris, 8/21/94, 1A
    • NCAA investigation: Brewer got 'fair deal,' school says, 7/22/94, 1C
    • NCAA investigation: Brewer is fired, 7/13/94, 1A
    • NCAA investigation: Brewer linked to Steven Michael Harris, 6/19/94, 1A
    • NCAA investigation: ex-coach Gary Carter broke rules, 6/22/94, 1A
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
    • NCAA INVESTIGATION: SCHOOL GIVEN 4-YEAR PROBATION, 11/18/94, 1A, 1C
  • University of Mississippi
    • NCAA probe: fans want Turner fired, 12/15/94, 1A
    • NCAA says players were offered cars and cash, 6/18/94, 1A
    • NCAA...cars, cash, women: schools admits it's all true, 8/17/94, 1A
    • NCAA...recruiter Darrell Wyke, 8/21/94, 1A
    • Neighbors help black frat move in, 10/14/88, 1A
    • Newman Scholar Calvin Thigpen, 4/21/94, 4B
    • Newman scholar Drew Martin from Jackson Prep, 3/27/90, 5B
    • Newman Scholar for 1991 is Henry Lee Jones of Richton, 4/24/91, 3B
    • Newman Scholar, 1992: Betsy Bartling of Jackson Prep, 4/15/92, 3B
    • Newman scholarship recipient Mike Blossom, 3/16/89, 1B
    • No-smoking ban covers everywhere except dorm rooms, 12/17/93, 1A
    • Officials can't determine cause of fire, 5/22/88, 4B
    • Ole Miss closes SAE Fraternity, 1012/88, 1A
    • Ole Miss receives grant to aid search for DeSoto camp, 3/9/89, 1A
    • Ole Miss takes look at civil rights battles, 1/28/89, 1B
    • Ole Miss traffic officer shot, 11/22/88, 1A
    • Ole Miss: Student death not hazing, 10/30/87, 1A
    • Olynthus 346 B.C....exhibit, 1/28/92, 1D
    • Pep band at basketball games done away with, 11/23/93, 2B
    • Pharmacy on campus worries Oxford druggists, 2/25/90, 1B
    • Pi Kappa Alpha reunion after thirty years, 10/21/90, 1B
    • Playboy magazine, 1/3/87, 1A
    • Players off suspension, 11/15/86, 1A
    • Playing of 'Dixie' under study, 3/29/93, 1B
    • Professor suspended in library sting, 6/16/88, 1B
    • Professor's manual helps town solve problems, 8/21/89, 2B
    • Project to produce anti-cancer drug taxol, 2/19/92, 1A
    • Proposed movie to be made on campus, 7/31/87, 1A; 8/1/87, 4B
    • Receives $1Million dollar computer system from IBM, 3/17/90, 3B
    • Records may be made public, 11/21/86, 1A
    • Red measles appear on campus, 2/11/92, 1B; 2/15/92, 3B; 2/19/92, 3B
    • Red measles shot still needed by 1000 students, 2/23/92, 2B
    • Research Institute of Pharmceutical Sciences lab dedicated, 2/21/93, 1B
    • Researchers:Filter safer to smokers, 5/7/88, 1A
    • Role in DHS's LEAP (adult literacy) program, 10/30/94, 3G (Minor column)
    • Sanctions, 12/6/86, 1A; 12/12/86, 1A
    • School of Dentistry
      • Closing evaded, 3/15/86, 1A
      • Threatened with closing, 1/26/86, 1A
    • School of Dentistry names McGinnis dean, 11/21/92, 1B
    • School of Education may lose accrediation, 5/8/90, 1B
    • School of Law's annual law weekend
      • Ethics for state officials, 3/27/94, 3B
    • Segregation of Fraternity Row ending, 7/21/88, 1A
    • Sesquicentenial celebration, 2/25/94, 3B
    • Session with NCAA, 11/17/86, 1A
    • Shepherd reports more threats against blacks, 9/27/88, 1B
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon opens new house on campus after suspensio, 1/10/89, 1B
    • Skyboxes are plush perch, 10/2/88, 1A
    • Sorority accident, 3/28/87, 1A; 3/29/87, 1A
    • Sorority members
      • Killed, 3/30/87, 1A
    • Stadium renovations, 10/15/88, 1A
    • Stops using plastic foam products, 12/7/89, 1B
    • Student pleads innocent, 3/8/88, 1B
    • Students
      • Accident report, 5/16/87, 1A
      • Death
        • Grand jury probe proposal, 4/2/87, 1B, 1A
      • Deaths called "unavoidable," 4/24/87, 1B
    • Students killed, 3/27/87, 1A
    • Students suspended, 5/4/88, 1A
    • Students vie for grants in Scholars Bowl, 2/12/90, 1B
    • Supercomputer arrives, 11/17/87, 3B; 12/5/87, 1A
    • Supercomputer program endangered by budget cuts, 12/25/90, 2B
    • Suspect investigated in fraternity fire, 8/12/88, 1A
    • Suspends players pending NCAA review, 11/7/86, 1A
    • Tax increase for baseball field, 5/20/86, 1A
    • Tuberville named new head football coach, 12/3/94, 1A
    • Tupelo campus expansion is Foundation's goal, 5/10/94, 2B
    • Turner pledges inquiry; man pleads innocent, 2/25/88, 1A
    • Turner possibility as NCAA director, 10/23/93, 1A
    • Wesley Foundation occupies house of banned fraternity, 1/18/90, 1B
    • Zeta Tau Alpha sorority house burns, 2/22/92, 3B; 5/5/92, 3B
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Center for the Study of Southern
    • Culture
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Daily Mississippian
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Festival of Southern Theatre
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Firing Line
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Football
  • University of Mississippi SEE ALSO Taxol
  • University of Mississippi Festival of Southern Theater
    • Spotlight on actors, playwrights, 7/17/89, 1B
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center SEE UMC
  • University of Southern Mississippi
    • $3,000 grant funds library purchase, 7/25/88, 3B
    • Accounting program faces loss of accreditaition, 4/20/88, 2B
    • Archives Week
      • Allen Woodward is speaker, 10/31/94, 3B
    • Audit finds $80,000 missing; 2 coaches resign, 1/29/94, 1A
    • Basketball victory, 3/28/87, 1A
    • Board approves $200 tuition hike, 5/16/86, 3B
    • Brawl occurs at talent show, 3/25/90, 1A; 3/27/90, 5B
    • BRIDGE program for minority students, 7/11/94, 3B
    • Budget: cutting of 2 departments, 13 degree programs, 4/7/92, 1A
    • Celebrates 75th anniversary, 10/8/87, 1A
    • Center for Marine Sciences' ROV tested on Coast, 8/4/94, 1A
    • Center for Writers: Mary Robinson will teach, 3/17/94, 1D
    • Classical guitar players in concert at White House, 9/16/92, 1D
    • Collection traces childrens books, 8/22/88, 1A
    • Contributions swell USM's archives, 9/8/88, 3B
    • Criminal justice majors walking police beat, 2/17/93, 3B
    • Drive to raise $7.5M to enhance arts programs, 11/12/93, 3B
    • Enrollment falls 6%, 2/14/88, 3B
    • Exhibit of Ezra Jack Keats' works, 3/5/89, 3G
    • Faculty dislikes restructuring plan, 2/27/88, 1B
    • Fest of Success (home economics), 4/18/94, 3B
    • Football: USM leaves Metro Conference, 9/23/94, 1A, 1C, 5C
    • Frazier Museum of Natural Science, 5/18/92, 2B
    • Fund-raising drive and foundation grant net $800,000, 8/28/91, 3B
    • Fungus research gets funding, will continue, 3/16/94, 3B
    • Graduation 1992: Walker of Trustmark Bank is speaker, 5/9/92, 3B
    • Grant to develope oil-slick remover, 12/13/93, 3B
    • Hallman is head football coach, 12/17/87, 1A
    • Health Policy Lecture Series, 4/4/94, 3B
    • Hires Jeff Bower as football coach, 12/3/90, 1A, 1C
    • Holds student leadership conference, 9/18/90, 4B
    • Jackson area seniors win top scholarships, 4/2/90, 3B
    • Kennard-Washington Hall named, 2/17/93, 2B
    • Layed-off sociology professor Stephen Parker, 3/2/92, 1B
    • Major reorganization, 3/31/88, 1A
    • Mascot golden eagle dies of starvation, 5/14/93, 1B
    • Mascot golden eagle is killed; reward offered, 12/9/92, 3B
    • McMillen receives Bancroft Prize, 4/16/90, 1E
    • Merges nursing school to Hattiesburg campus, 7/5/91, 3B
    • New campus security measures undertaken, 5/1/92, 3B
    • Noted oceanographer Goodman joins marine center, 7/16/90, 4B
    • Payne brothers donate $4Million for fitness center, 2/13/90, 1B
    • Polls Mississippians, 4/14/87, 1B
    • Polymer Institute names Schlatzer chief, 11/1/93, 3B
    • Polymer Science Department recruiting able students, 4/12/94, 4B
    • Polymer Science Research Center, 1/11/95, 4B; 4/3/91, 1B
    • Polymer science research lab, 8/29/88, 1B
    • Presidential scholars listed, 5/12/92, 2B
    • Presidential Scholars listed, 3/29/91, 3B; 4/17/94, 3B
    • Presidential scholarships, 5/5/87, 1A
    • Reading-education course, 6/2/92, 4B
    • Residence halls overflow; local hotel used, 8/12/93, 3B
    • Smithsonian Institution exhibits, 6/14/90, 4E
    • Southern Exposure victim of budget cuts, 4/17/91, 2B
    • Summer military training will continue, 3/15/94, 6B
    • Summer Program for Academically Talented Youth, 7/2/91, 4B
    • Teacher education program gets accreditation, 5/23/91, 4B
    • Television links professor with coast students, 5/23/94, 1B
    • Tops fund goal by $4 Million, 1/21/88, 1B
    • Toy library, 1/15/91, 4B
    • Tuition hike possible to finance staff pay raises, 10/16/91, 2B
  • University of Southern Mississippi SEE ALSO Rape---USM
  • University Park Neighborhood Association SEE Jackson State University
  • University Press of Mississippi
    • Increased sales result of careful strategy, 3/8/90, 6B
    • Learning Store is opened, 12/11/92, 1E
    • Literary auction marks 20 year anniversary, 5/10/90, 5E; 5/11/90, 1F
    • Makes international debut, 10//13/85, 1E
    • New director, 5/9/87, 1B
    • University Press gets book money, 12/15/88, 3B
    • Voices of the South series, 4/17/94, 3F
  • Universties, Mississippi
    • Free football tickets to legislators questioned, 7/22/93, 1B
  • Unknown Blues Band
    • At Hal & Mal's, 10/26/89, 18E
  • UNR-Leavitt
    • Gluckstadt steel plant, 10/10/85, 12B; 10/15/85, 8B
  • Unsolved Mysteries
    • Re-broadcast of segment on bank robber Leslie Rogge, 12/7/89, 3B
  • Unwed mothers
    • Account for nearly 4 in 10 births in Mississippi, 1/20/91, 1B
  • Unwed mothers SEE ALSO Teen pregnancy
  • Up Where We Belong II
    • Musical drama written by JSU's Charles Chiplin, 3/9/91, 1D
  • Up with People
    • Performs in Jackson, 3/10/88, 1C
  • UPI SEE United Press International
  • UPS SEE United Parcel Service
  • Upward Way Ministries
    • Offers shelter to abused women
      • Karen Lockamy, housemother, 2/8/92, 1D
  • Urban Corps Expansion Project
    • Youth service corps
      • Jackson tries to get funding, 11/7/89, 3B
  • Urban Family
    • Jackson publication aimed at black families
      • John Perkins, editor, 2/8/92, 1D
  • Urban League SEE Jackson Urban League
  • Urban New Life SEE Spencer, Eddie
  • US attorneys
    • Mississippi
      • The Feds; their jobs tell the story, 10/9/88, 1I
  • US House of Representatives
    • Divided House, furious fighting, 3/21/88, 1A
  • US House of Representatives race
    • Mississippi candidates, 12/1/87, 1B
  • US Secretary of Education
    • Visits, 2/3/87, 1A
  • US Senate race
    • Mississippi candidate?, 10/27/87, 3B
  • USA Classics
    • Corinth sportswear manufacturer plans second expansion, 6/14/92, 2B
  • USA Today
    • Newspaper, 9/20/87, 1G
  • USAir Express
    • Airline service on Jackson/New Orleans route, 8/14/93, 5B
    • Plans Jackson to Little Rock flights, 5/28/94, 6B
  • Used cars SEE Automobiles
  • Used clothing stores
    • Hohenwald, Tennessee, 4/15/87, 1C
  • USF&G
    • Expanding Mississippi operations, 12/2/93, 5B
    • Loses $15 Million, will cut workers and stock dividend, 11/8/90, 6B
    • Will cut 100 jobs at Meridian office, 4/5/91, 6B; 6/26/91, 7B
  • USG&G
    • Open house at Jackson and Meridian offices, 4/6/94, 5B
  • USM SEE University of Southern Mississippi
  • USPCI-Mississippi, Inc SEE Landfills, Noxubee County
  • Usry, Becky
    • Former diabetic had pancreas/liver transplant, 7/24/91, 1D
  • Usry, Doris
    • Named interim director of Jackson/Hinds Emergency center, 8/2/89, 3B
  • Usry, Garland
    • Kills neighbor, steals truck to get pregnant wife to hospital, 5/7/92, 2B
  • Usry, Willie
    • Bird man of Brandon, 11/29/86, 1B
  • USS Cairo SEE Vicksburg National Military Park
  • USS Jesse L. Brown
    • Vessel named for Mississippian, 1st black Navy fighter pilot, 7/27/94, 1B
  • USS Nicholas
    • Reunion, 10/1/86, 1B; 10/2/86, 1B
  • USS Rankin
    • Becomes part of reef, 7/25/88, 1B
    • To be sunk as part of Florida reef, 7/23/88, 1B
  • USS Sequoria
    • Presidential yacht at Biloxi, 5/9/88, 1A
    • Tourist flock to see yacht; photo, 5/10/88, 1B
  • USS Squall
    • Navy ship visits Greenville, 7/12/94, 2B
  • USS Stennis
    • Christened in Newport News, 11/3/93, 1B; 11/11/93, 2B; 11/12/93, 1A
  • USS Vicksburg
    • Commissioning ceremony in Pascagoula, 11/15/92, 1B
  • USS Wisconsin
    • Rebirth at Ingalls Shipyard, 10/23/88, 1A
  • Usury bill
    • Senate OKs, 4/10/86, 8B
  • Utica High School
    • Protest over School Board's plan to close school, 3/6/90, 5B
    • Rewards for school attendance, 4/17/90, 4B
  • Utica Police Department
    • Martin Harrison is fired, 6/25/93, 4B
  • Utica, Mississippi
    • Extends sewer line to 70 households, 1/11/90, 5B
    • More whites in public schools, 9/21/86, 1B
    • Probe on possible misuse of public equipment, 7/22/93, 4B
  • Utilities, Mississippi
    • Advertising: who pays and why?, 10/9/88, 1H
  • Utility bills
    • Bell, MP&L studying rate plan similar to one rejected by Court, 1A; 1/5/89
    • Can't pay bill, going without heat, 1/6/88, 8A
    • Committee backs adjustable rates, 1/19/89; 8B
    • Committee to discuss bill on rate plans, 1/18/89; 8B
    • Cost of cooling off; high utility bills, 7/25/91, 5B
    • Deferred payment plan, 12/4/86, 1A
    • Estimated bills henceforth not allowed, 4/13/94, 2B
    • Hearing set on bills to change rules of rural co-ops, 1/25/89; 8B
    • Hinds Human Resorces Agency will help with bills, 6/9/90, 5B
    • New rate setting process, 6/18/86, 8B
    • Suit may shift load to taxpayers, 11/19/88, 1A
    • Tax Reform Act of '86, 2/7/88, 1G
    • Use of competing ads to attract customers, 12/10/89, 1G
    • Utilities wait for light on adjustable rate plans, 1/29/89; 9H
  • Utility Constructors Inc
    • Jackson company sues city of Vicksburg on unpaid bills, 1/1/92, 2B
  • Uzi assault rifle SEE Guns
 

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