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Tuesday, Oct. 11
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Barbour
gives
Katrina
update
READING, WRITING
AND RECOVERY
St. Peter’s
youngest students
return to school
damaged by Katrina
■ 100 still missing in state;
By ALLISON MATHER
80 bodies still unidentified
— death toll stands at 221
The Mississippi Press
JACKSON (AP) — Gov. Haley Barbour
announced on Monday that of the 900 people
reported missing immediately after Hurricane Katrina first hit the state, only about 100
are still missing.
The state death toll remains at 221, but as
many as 80 of
those bodies have
not been identified,
Barbour said.
It is difficult to
know
whether
those 80 people will account for some of the
missing hurricane victims, or if they are people who have not yet been reported missing,
Barbour said.
Barbour also said that despite requests
from Louisiana for more than $200 billion in
federal money, Mississippi is asking for less
than $50 billion in assistance.
The state has fewer than 1,400 people still
in shelters — 60 percent are residents of Mississippi, and the rest are from Louisiana.
A cruise ship in Mobile, Ala. is housing
1,411 people. Barbour estimates that more
than 15,000 people have found housing in
See BARBOUR, Page 10-A
Northrop cuts
profit forecast
due to hurricanes
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
NEW YORK (Dow Jones/AP) — Northrop
Grumman Corp. cut its 2005 profit forecast
Monday after estimating that damages and
work delays caused by two recent hurricanes
will lop up to 40 cents a share from full-year
earnings.
The Los Angeles-based military contractor
estimated damage to its shipbuilding unit
caused by hurricanes Katrina and Rita at $1
billion and said it expects to take a charge of
8 cents a share in the third quarter to cover
work delays.
Northrop said it expects to book another
See NORTHROP, Page 10-A
Gabrielle Stallworth counts blocks with Loyola volunteer Gina Dahlstrand
on the first day back to school at St. Peter’s Catholic School Monday morning. About 100 volunteers from Loyola University came to the school to
help clean up and prepare for the school first day back after Hurricane Katrina.
PASCAGOULA — Contagious grins, warm hugs and
sighs of relief welcomed students back to St. Peter the
Apostle School Monday
morning.
Children in pre-kindergarten through first grade
filed into their
sanitized classrooms, rejoining friends and
jumping back
into the school
year.
Some parents were on
hand to help the faculty put
the students at ease.
“That’s why I’m here this
morning, along with some of
the staff, to make it easier on
the kids,” said Brooke
Williams, school board vice
president. “When they come
around the front and see the
school, it’s devastating for
them.”
The main school building
that housed several classrooms, the cafeteria, library
and school office received
substantial damage from
Hurricane Katrina, but the
more modern pre-kindergarten classrooms were
repairable.
Williams said a few families spent hours trying to get
the school and playground
ready for students to return
Monday, but were overwhelmed by the massive
task.
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
Jeremy Johnson walks to his
classroom at St. Peter’s
Catholic School for the first
day back to school after Hurricane Katrina Monday morning.
“And they showed up like
angels on Saturday morning,” she said, pointing to a
group of volunteers from
Loyola University in Chicago.
About 20 college students
were still pushing brooms
and carrying furniture as
students arrived.
The children were not distracted by the activity surrounding them, focusing
instead on reconnecting with
their friends and teachers.
See ST. PETER’S, Page 10-A
Displaced students quickly adapt to temporary campus
By ALLISON MATHER
The Mississippi Press
PASCAGOULA — About 250 Resurrection
Catholic School and St. Peter the Apostle
School students returned to school Monday,
sharing a temporary campus until transferring
to Resurrection’s south Pascagoula campus in
a week.
Instead of attending their pre-Katrina campuses, pre-kindergartners through fourthgraders from Resurrection and secondthrough fourth-graders from St. Peter’s hit the
books in the classrooms and courtyard of St.
John’s Episcopal Church in Pascagoula.
“It’s been wonderful. The people here (at St.
John’s) have been so gracious,” said elemen-
tary principal Elizabeth Benefield.
Teacher Amy Baker agreed.
“It’s going great, all things considered,” she
said.
The combination of St. Peter’s and Resurrection students has increased class size to 20 to
See ST. JOHN’S, Page 10-A
Volunteer fire departments need adopting
By NATALIE CHAMBERS
The Mississippi Press
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
Clockwise, from bottom center, Jackson County firefighter Jeff Mattison, Fontainebleau firefighter Dan
Palmer and Fontainebleau Assistant Chief Edward
Flagg watch as mechanic Gary Hosli fine tunes a custom pumper fire truck donated to the Fontainebleau
Fire Department from Madison Township, Ohio. The
department lost their trucks to Hurricane Katrina.
LOCAL, 3-A
Bacot/McCarty grant
helps rebuild
boys’ academy
FONTAINEBLEAU — When
Hurricane Katrina swept through
Aug. 29, she left rural volunteer
fire departments in ruins.
Fontainebleau Volunteer Fire
Department, south of U.S. 90 on
Miss. 57, was the worst hit — losing its main station, three apparatuses, equipment and turnout
gear.
“...Just about everything we owned in that station,” said Chief
Michael Belton, who replaced his
father, Buddy, about 18 months
ago.
Twenty-eight volunteers on roster before Hurricane Katrina have
been reduced to seven, including
See DEPARTMENTS, Page 10-A
STATE, 4-A
Expect higher natural
gas prices this winter
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
SPOR TS, 1-B
INDEX
McAllister’s knee
injury big blow
to Saints
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Fontainebleau firefighter Dan
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Fontainebleau
Assistant Chief
Edward Flagg and
South Haven firefighter Jeremy
Gullick talk beside
a Desoto County
fire truck at the
Fontainebleau fire
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THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
OBITUARIES
ARICER
Lloyd Manuel Aricer, age
83, died Friday, Oct. 7, 2005,
in Pascagoula, Miss. He was
born on Sept. 26, 1922 in New
Orleans, La.
Mr. Aricer had retired from
the U.S. Navy, worked at
Ingalls Shipbuilding as a
material supervisor and was
a member of The Apostolic
Church of Jesus Christ in Pascagoula. Preceding him in
death were his parents;
Adolph Joseph and Ethel
Aricer; one son, Michael
Aricer; and numerous siblings.
He is survived by his wife,
Mildred G. Aricer; two daughters, Louise Wong and Deborah Mansfield, all of Pascagoula, Miss.; three sons:
Lloyd Noel Aricer of Pascagoula, Phillip Wong and
Christopher Wong, both of
Georgia; 12 grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren; and
a host of other relatives.
A visitation was held Monday, Oct. 10, 2005, from 5 p.m.
to 9 p.m. at Holder-Wells
Funeral Home in Moss Point.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, at 10 a.m.
from the funeral home chapel
with Rev. Jimmy Lee officiating. Burial will follow at Jackson County Memorial Park in
Pascagoula, Miss.
Arrangements by HolderWells, Moss Point, Miss.
Holder-Wells
Funeral Home
DAVIS
Henry E. “Sonny” Davis
Jr., age 73, died Sunday, Oct.
9, 2005, in Pascagoula, Miss.
He was born on Oct. 12, 1931,
in Mobile, Ala. Mr. Davis
retired from International
Paper Company in Moss Point,
Miss., and was a member of
Family Life Church.
Preceding him in death was
his father, Henry E. Davis, Sr.
Survivors include his mother, Evie L. Davis of Moss
Point; three brothers, Raymond Leon Davis of Houston,
Texas, Woody Davis of Pascagoula and Jimmy Davis of
Meridian, Miss.; nieces,
nephews and other relatives.
Visitation will be Tuesday,
Oct. 11, 2005, from 6 p.m. until
9 p.m. at Holder-Wells Funeral Home in Moss Point. Funeral services will be held on
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005 from
the funeral home chapel with
Rev. John Hilbun and Rev.
Archie Holley officiating. Burial will follow at Griffin Cemetery in Moss Point.
In lieu of flowers the family
request donations to the American Cancer Society.
Arrangements by Holder
Wells Funeral Home, Moss
Point, Miss.
Holder-Wells
Funeral Home
THOMPSON
Flora Louise King
Thompson departed this life
on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005, at
age 76. Those who loved her
are filled with sorrow, but also
joy and laughter as they reflect on her long, rich, and full
life.
Flora was born in East New
York, New Jersey to William
and Flora King on June 2,
1929. Her parents immigrated
to the United States from their
native Scotland as adults, and
Flora was reared in the closeknit Scottish neighborhoods of
New York City.
Growing up in New York
City in the 1930s and 1940s
gave rise to some wonderful
experiences, including the
chance to sing under the baton
of Arturo Toscanini, meeting
Albert Einstein, who played
chess with her high school
principal, and a monthly field
trip to see a Broadway play
as part of the school theater
club (for the princely sum of
$12 a year.) She also loved to
share the story of being in
Times Square on V-J Day
when the celebration of the
end of the Second World War
broke out.
Flora attended the Julliard
School of Music, and then
Shenandoah Conservatory of
Music. After graduating in
1952 with a degree in Voice,
she accepted a position to be
the music teacher for Clifton
Forge, Virginia
Her plans to return North
were dashed when she fell in
love with a handsome young
engineer named William Claytor Thompson. They were
married on June 26, 1954. The
marriage was blessed with two
daughters — Flora Louise
Thompson (Tammy), and Gale
Ross Thompson.
The family moved to Moss
Point, Miss., in 1969 when Mr.
Thompson accepted a position
with International Paper Company. They soon joined Moss
Point First Baptist Church
where Flora found a home in
the choir and served as soloist.
Mrs. Thompson taught in
the Moss Point School system
for nearly 20 years.
One of the things she particularly enjoyed was starting
the Gospel Choir at MPHS.
She was a Founding Member
of the Jackson County Republican Women’s Club and a
member of the Mobile Opera
Guild for 35 years.
Bill Thompson preceded his
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wife in death in 1989. After
Flora retired from teaching,
she indulged a passion for
travel and served as a member
of the Singing River Hospital
Ladies Auxiliary. Even in her
later years as her health began to decline, she exhibited a
joyous, positive attitude that
was an inspiration to all who
knew her.
She will be remembered as a
gifted and loving teacher, an
incomparable, devoted friend,
and an indefatigable bridge
player.
Flora is survived by her
daughters, Tammy and Gale;
her sister and brother-in-law,
Jean King and Joseph J.
Thurner of Hamilton, N. Y.;
brother-in-law, John Dargon
Thompson of Naperville, Ill.;
sisters-in-law, Sara Thompson
Flinn and Elizabeth Dickerson Thompson of Richmond,
Va., Leola Thompson of Rolla,
Mo.; and cherished nieces and
nephews.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that a donation in
Flora’s memory be made to the
Diabetic Foot Care Program,
University of South Alabama,
1504 Springhill Ave., Suite
1365, Mobile, Ala., 36604, the
American Lung Association,
or the charity of your choice.
A visitation will be held
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, from
6-8 p.m. at Holder-Wells
Funeral Home in Moss Point,
Miss. Funeral services will be
11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12,
2005, from First Baptist
Church in Moss Point, Miss.,
with Dr. Bobby Perry officiating. Interment will follow at
Griffin Cemetery in Moss
Point, Miss.
Arrangements by HolderWells Funeral Home, Moss
Point, Miss.
Holder-Wells
Funeral Home
——————
McILWAIN
Mrs. Jonnie “Jackie” Hancock McIlwain, age 65, of
Hurley, Miss., died Saturday,
Oct. 8, 2005, in Benndale,
Miss.
Mrs. McIlwain was a lifelong resident of the community and a member of Larue
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Frank Isaac
McIlwain; and her parents,
John and Willa Mae Hancock.
She is survived by a son,
Kevin McIlwain of Harris,
Okla.; two sisters, Pat Cowart
of Denver, N.C., and Genevieve Carter of Brookville,
Ala.; three brothers, John A.
Hancock and Henry A. Hancock, both of Vancleave, Miss.,
and Jesse F. Hancock of Corpus Christie, Texas; and two
grandchildren, Frank G. McIlwain and Shane F. McIlwain.
Visitation was held Monday,
Oct. 10, 2005, from 6-9 p.m., at
the Ocean Springs Chapel of
Bradford O’Keefe Funeral
Home.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005,
there will be a 10 a.m. chapel
service in the funeral home.
Burial will follow in the Community of Christ Church Cemetery in Vancleave.
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CALEGERO
Angela Rae Broadus
Calegero, 43, passed from
this earth on Sept. 29, 2005.
She was born Feb. 18, 1962, at
Singing River Hospital and
was a lifelong resident of Jackson County.
She was preceded in death
by her father, Jon L. Broadus
and her precious son, Brad
Broadus.
She leaves to cherish her
memory, her mother, Delores
Broadus; a daughter, Crystal
(Jason) Hall and her son,
Ronald Samuel Calegero; and
the light of her life, her granddaughter, Alexandria Rae
Hall; two sisters, Kimberly
Ledbetter of Lucedale and
Basi Walters of Tupelo; one
brother, David Ladd Broadus;
a very special aunt, Sylvia
Britt and other aunts, uncles,
nieces and nephews.
A private memorial service
will be held in the near future.
——————
FOWLER
Eva C. Fowler, 92, of Mandeville, La., died Tuesday, Oct.
4, 2005, at St. Tammany Hospital in Covington, La. She
was born on Dec. 12, 1912, in
Green Valley, Miss.
She was a longtime resident
of Rose Hill, Miss., and Gautier, Miss. She was a homemaker and enjoyed her family,
fishing, bowling and flower
gardening.
Survivors include grandson,
Ken Fowler and his wife, Pam,
of Mandeville, La.; granddaughters, Rene Fowler and
Yvonne Fowler McNair and
her husband, Pat and daughter-in-law, Chris Fowler, all of
Corinth, Miss.; great grandchildren, Matthew Fowler,
Kelsey Fowler, Angele Martin,
Aaron Fowler, Monica McNair
and Jim McNair.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, J. I. Fowler;
sons, John Ira Fowler and
George Eugie Fowler; daughter-in-law, Glenda Fowler Dailey; grandson, Mike Fowler;
and 11 siblings.
Services for her were held
Friday, Oct. 7, 2005, at 1 p.m.
at Green Valley Methodist
Church with the Rev. Mullinax officiating. Burial was in
the church cemetery.
Colonial Chapel Funeral
Home in Bay Springs, Miss.
was in charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be sent to
St. Jude’s Children’s Research
Hospital, P.O. Box 50, Memphis, Tenn., 38101-9929 or the
American Heart Association.
Visitation was Friday, 10
a.m. to 12 p.m., at the funeral
home and 30 minutes prior to
the service, at the church.
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Vince
weakens
to tropical
storm
MIAMI (AP) — Less than a
day after making this hurricane season the second-busiest
on record, the former Hurricane Vince began to break up
Monday over the cooler waters
of the far eastern Atlantic, forecasters said.
Vince weakened to a tropical storm with top sustained
winds near 40 mph in the evening, down from 60 mph earlier in the day, said forecasters at the National Hurricane
Center.
Vince was the 11th hurricane
of the season, and the 20th
named storm.
Vince’s eye had disintegrated, and the storm was expected
to dissipate into a frontal system by Monday night in even
cooler waters, forecasters said.
Wind shear was also tearing
Vince apart.
At 4 p.m. CDT, the storm
was centered about 170 miles
west-southwest of the southwestern tip of Portugal. It was
moving east-northeast at about
25 mph, a speed that would
take it over Portugal by Tuesday morning, according to the
hurricane center.
Vince formed Sunday between the Azores and the
Canary Islands in waters that
are up to 7 degrees cooler than
the 80 degrees typically needed
for a tropical storm, said Chris
Sisko, a meteorologist at the
hurricane center.
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MISSISSIPPI COAST WEATHER
TODAY
Mostly sunny
Low 80s
Mid 60s
WEDNESDAY
Partly Cloudy
Mid 80s
Hi 60s
THURSDAY
Thunderstorms
Mid 80s
Hi 60s
LUNAR STAGES
ALMANAC
First Quarter
Oct. 10
Record High
93° (1963)
Full moon
Oct.17
Record Low
41° (2000)
Last Quarter
Oct. 24
Yesterday’s High
82°
New Moon
Nov.1
Yesterday’s Low
55°
Yesterday’s Rain
No rainfall
MISSISSIPPI SOUND
Salinity
15 pts/1000
This Month’s Rain
0.19”
82°
Year to Date Rain
68”
Water temperature
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SUNRISE/SET
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4:30 am H
Tues.
6:54 am
6:27 pm
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7:08 am L
5:21pm H
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6:55 am
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Pascagoula River (Cumbest Bluff)
Pascagoula River (Merrill)
4.5 feet
Chickasawhay River (Leakesville)
9.9 feet
Northeast winds 10
knots or less. Seas 1
to 2 feet. A light chop
in protected waters.
Grisham promotes
fund for storm victims
■ Money goes
On the Net:
Rebuild the Coast Fund:
http://www.RebuildTheCoastFund.org
to Mississippi
residents first
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) —
Best-selling author John Grisham and his wife met with Virginia survivors of Hurricane
Camille on Monday before a golf
tournament to raise money to
help coastal Mississippi residents recover from Hurricane
Katrina.
Grisham, a Charlottesvillearea resident who grew up in
Mississippi and maintains a
home there, established a relief
fund to help rebuild homes and
small businesses affected by last
month’s hurricane.
“We have a lot of friends on
the Gulf Coast in Mississippi,”
Grisham told The Associated
Press in a telephone interview.
“Like most people who watched
that tragedy unfold, we wanted
to help and felt compelled and
try to help in some way.”
Two weeks after Katrina,
Grisham contributed $5 million
to establish the Rebuild the
Coast Fund, with a top priority
of helping people rebuild their
homes. The fund is now worth
nearly $9 million, he said.
“Rather than send a big check,
we decided to go about it a bit
differently, to invest the money
in efforts we could get our hands
on,” Grisham said.
Grisham said he and his wife,
Renee, will determine who will
get the grants to “make sure the
money goes where it’s supposed
to go with no fraud. We’re writing all the checks.”
Rebuild the Coast has given
$300,000 to the Albemarle County and the University of Virginia
chapters of Habitat for Humanity, which will build homes for
displaced families in Jackson
County, Miss. The homes will be
built in Charlottesville, then disassembled and transported to
Mississippi and rebuilt.
Grisham said his charity will
give Mississippi residents top
priority, but if there’s money left,
HOUSES GUTTED
Louisiana residents will also get
assistance.
Monday, the Grishams met
with several Nelson County residents who experienced Camille,
including Board of Supervisors
member Tommy Harvey, who
recalled the night the deadly
hurricane blew through central
Virginia in 1969. Camille killed
256 people in the United States:
143 along the Gulf Coast and
113 in the Appalachians, where
its remnants caused massive
flooding.
“I was a freshman in high
school and we practiced football
until 9 that night,” Harvey said
in a telephone interview. “We
woke up the next morning and
lots of our classmates had vanished.”
Harvey said his service station will donate 5 cents of each
gallon of gas sold during the
month — or $5,000, whichever
is greater — to a Mennonite
relief group working to rebuild
homes in Louisiana and elsewhere. Mennonite volunteers
helped clean and rebuild Nelson County homes after Camille,
he said, and many residents
wanted to return the favor.
Growing up in Mississippi,
Grisham said he heard many
stories about Camille, which
started in the Gulf and killed
256 people. Nelson County was
commemorating the 25th anniversary of the storm when his
family moved to Virginia in
1994.
Organizers hoped to raise at
least $20,000 for Rebuild the
Coast at the golf event, one of
several local fund-raisers to help
Katrina victims.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
LOCAL/STATE
Locals have priorities in mind for rebuilding panel
■ Architects, planners,
designers, engineers to hear
plans for Coast renewal
By JOHN SURRATT
The Mississippi Press
Some area residents believe they have an
idea of how the Coast’s renewal should take
place and which projects should take priority.
They will get a chance to present those ideas
to a team of 100 architects, urban planners,
designers and engineers arriving in Biloxi
Wednesday to discuss and develop proposed
redevelopment plans to help Coast communities
rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
“The beach” is a top priority for Andrea Smith
of Gautier. “Because of all those houses that
were damaged, and it’s part of our history,
especially in Pascagoula,” she said.
Other local residents, like J.D. Gray of Ocean
Springs, believes that getting casino workers
back on the job should be a major priority
because to the income the casinos generate for
the state. “That’s my personal opinion,” he
said.
Several thousand of the 14,000 casino workers on the Coast live in Jackson County, and
many are jobless today because of damages
caused by Katrina on Aug. 29.
“There are a lot of priorities that we need to
look at; there are so many things that need to
be done,” Gray said.
Wednesday’s forum, which is sponsored by
the Governor’s Commission on Rebuilding and
Renewal and coordinated by the Congress of
New Urbanism, a non-profit organization of
urban planners, architects and
designers who concentrate on
neighborhood and regional
planning concepts, will run
from 1 to 7 p.m. at Casino
Magic in Biloxi. The meeting is
the first of a series of meetings
to take place during a six-day
period.
“The ballroom (of the Isle of
Capri) is relatively undamaged Gov. Barbour
and some of the other meeting
rooms are in good shape,” said Mississippi
Development Authority spokesman Scott Hamilton.
“This is the most challenging meeting to put
together because of the logistics,” he said. “This
is the worst time to do this and in the worst
place, amidst the destruction on the Coast, but
it’s the only time to do it because the decisions
made or not made today could affect communities many years later.”
He said the experts coming to the forum include “experts in traffic, environment ... a wide
range of experts working along with about 200
local officials and planners, engineers, architects
and elected officials.
“This is one of the first steps and the most visible step. This will be the largest of these meetings ever done.”
“This kind of big project plain is a first for the
people involved with the new urbanists,” Congress of New Urbanism spokesman Ben Brown
said. “We’re taking on a big chunk.”
Hamilton said the Wednesday meeting will
help set the agenda and the process for the
remaining meetings. Thursday, he said, the
members of the advisory group will divide into
teams to visit the 11 Coast cities to meet with
local officials, community leaders and architects and planners to discuss developing a set of
plans for the local community.
The community, he said, would decide whether to use the proposed plans.
“These plans are not meant to be dictated, but
are there to provide a pallet of options, to choose
if those communities want to,” he said. The
communities, he said, have the option of using
some, all or none of the plans developed by the
consultants.
Those plans, he said, will be presented to the
public during a series of town hall meetings.
“We want this to be as open as possible and
we want the general public to have input into
the decisions whether to use the plans,” Hamil-
ton said.
Jamie Jablonski of Pascagoula said there
needs to be more coordination with the rebuilding.
“People need to know what to do, when to do
it and how to do it,” she said. “They need to
bring as many contractors in as possible and put
them to work helping people get back in their
homes. There a shortage of contractors. I’ve
been waiting three weeks for an electrician.”’
Hamilton said the visiting teams will return
to Biloxi after their meetings with local officials and begin working on plans and designs for
the communities. Those plans will be presented
at another forum on Oct. 17. The plans will be
included in a report by the commission to Gov.
Haley Barbour in December, but he said the
communities will not have to wait for the report
if they decide to implement any of the plans for
their areas.
He said the community leaders will have a set
of plans after the Oct. 17 forum.
“This is a massive volunteer effort,” Brown
said. “We have planners and architects developing the best possible versions of what might
solve problems and might improve communities.
We’re talking long-term solutions that might go
10, 20 or 30 years into the future.”
Reporter John Surratt can be reached at
[email protected] or (251) 2195551.
Bacot/McCarty grant Injured Mississippi soldier returning home
‘a blessing’ to benefit
Accendo Academy
By DONNA HARRIS
The Mississippi Press
PASCAGOULA — Funds
raised in the Jolly McCarty
Memorial Golf Tournament
held before Hurricane Katrina
are making their way into the
hands of organizations in need.
The tournament, sponsored
by the Bacot/McCarty Foundation along with NFL players
Shane Matthews of Pascagoula
and Terrell Buckley of Gautier,
raised more than $75,000 for
area organizations who needed
financial assistance prior to
Katrina. The storm magnified
that need for so many.
For six days after the storm,
Tommy Fortenberry and his
crew gutted the bottom floor of
the Accendo Academy for Boys
in Gautier. Then on the seventh day they rested.
The building was flooded in
the storm, and like many
around them, was not insured
for the water damage. Fortenberry, Accendo’s director and
pastor, said the money will be
used to help with repairs.
“Much like other people, we
had insurance, but not flood
insurance,” he said.
Fortenberry had used personal and business credit cards
to purchase building supplies,
so a grant from the Bacot/McCarty Foundation was helpful.
“It absolutely has been a
blessing. They’ve always stepped up to the plate whenever
they see a need,” he said.
“They’ve been an organization
that steps up to the plate and
gets things done.”
Other organizations to receive grants in this wave of
fund disbursement include Girl
Scouts of America, Bacot Home
for Youth, Mississippi Gulf
Coast Youth For Christ, Boys
and Girls Club of Jackson
County and Mississippi Gulf
Coast, the Deborah Quave
Scholarship, the Peggy Matthews Scholarship, Seashore
Ministries Relief, Joe Don and
Susan Cunningham, Grace
Christian Academy and Resurrection Catholic School.
The Bacot/McCarty Foundation was organized to promote
charity, literary and education
as well as the encouragement
of the arts in Jackson County
and South Mississippi.
“A full 100 percent of all
donations go back into the community,” said executive director
Todd Trenchard. “We are guided by Christian principles and
governed by a board of directors comprised of local civic and
business leaders. We pay no
salaries and all overhead administrative costs are donated
by individuals and corporations
who are making our communities a better place through
their generous efforts.”
The storm wreaked so much
havoc upon the two campuses
of Resurrection Catholic School
that the students are attending
classes at St. Mary Catholic
Church in Gautier and even
St. John Episcopal Church in
Pascagoula.
Principal Elizabeth Benefield
will use the funds received to
supplement other donations,
she said.
Both campuses received up
to four feet of water, which
washed out desks, computers
and school supplies.
Benefield said she likes that
the organization doesn’t just
give a check, but that it gets
the recipients involved with
the other organizations, to continue the giving.
“It’s a wonderful organization,” she said. “That’s what
we teach about. It’s a way to
put our faith in action.”
The hurricane left the Cunningham family in a precarious situation. Before Katrina,
their rental home was a blessed find that would house their
six adopted children comfortably. They had only recently
moved into the two-story house
in Pascagoula when the hurricane hit.
Because two of their children
are special-needs, it has been a
struggle losing the bottom floor
to water.
The grant came in handy for
them after the storm. “It was a
godsend for us,” Susan Cunningham said.
Reporter Donna Harris can
be reached at [email protected] or (251) 2195551.
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TUPELO, Miss. (AP) — Sgt.
Michael Stafford of Shannon,
injured when a roadside bomb
exploded near his convoy on
Aug. 9, is headed home to Mississippi.
Stafford, who served in Iraq
with the 155th Brigade Combat Team, had sent word to his
Doty Chapel Baptist Church
less than 24 hours after being
wounded that he would be
returning to Shannon as soon
as he was able.
Members of his church, along
with area veterans, gathered
at the Tupelo Regional Airport
for Stafford’s scheduled Monday afternoon arrival.
Stafford, a 33-year-old father
of two, lost his left leg in the
roadside blast and has been
recovering at Walter Reed Vet-
erans Regional Medical Center
in Washington, D.C.
In a letter to Stafford’s fellow
soldiers, his wife, Jessica, said
her husband is recovering well.
She said Stafford had even sank
a long putt during a golf game
as part of his therapy.
Stafford, a member of the
198th Armor Company B,
works at Lauderdale-Hamilton
Inc. in Shannon when not serving as a full-time soldier.
Meanwhile, Lt. Col. John
Rhodes, who leads the 155th
Infantry First Battalion, said
the regular vacation schedule
had resumed for members of
the battalion.
“Due to the hurricane, our
regular leave plan had to be
modified; however, we are now
back on schedule,” he said in a
letter.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
STATE/REGION
Lawmakers reject Some anti-gambling voters disillusioned
Jackson casinos by Barbour — but is the rift permanent?
JACKSON (AP) — Forget
land-based casinos in the city of
Jackson.
There will be no statewide
referendum on gambling in
cities or counties where casinos
didn’t already exist before Hurricane Katrina.
And minority set-asides for
hurricane reconstruction contracts will have to wait.
These are among the proposals that Mississippi lawmakers
killed during a nine-day special session that ended late Friday. Some, including the Jackson casino idea, withered with
little discussion.
Gov. Haley Barbour called
lawmakers into session to deal
with hurricane recovery issues,
and he successfully advocated
letting the coast casinos move
off the water and go a short distance onto land. But his intention was clear from the outset:
No new casinos away from the
Gulf of Mexico or the Mississippi River, where they’ve been
legal since 1990.
During Senate debate of the
onshore Coast casino bill, Sen.
Merle Flowers, R-Southaven,
tried unsuccessfully to insert
an amendment to extend the
timeframe on how often local
gambling elections can be held.
Voters in Jackson County on
the Coast and DeSoto County in
the northwest corner of the
state have had local elections
about whether to allow casino
operations.
Current state law says that
after local residents reject gambling three times, at least eight
years must elapse before another election can be held. Flowers wanted to extend that to 20
years.
Senate Finance Committee
Chairman Tommy Robertson,
R-Moss Point, argued against
Flowers’ proposal, which would
have effected only DeSoto County immediately. Robertson said
lawmakers should be focusing
on Coast recovery rather than
dealing with an issue that affects the opposite end of the
state. That prompted an irate
retort from Flowers.
“This threat of, ‘You’re causing a road block’ — I’m sick and
tired of it,” Flowers said. “I’m
sick of it. Not only on this bill.
On all of them.”
The surviving issue that generated the most attention —
pro and con — was whether to
let coast casinos move off the
water and go a short distance
on land.
Barbour has pledged to sign a
bill allowing casinos to move
800 feet onto land. In Harrison
County only, they could go either 800 feet or northward to the
southern boundary of the
beach-side highway, U.S. 90 —
whichever is a greater distance.
Legislative staff members are
expected to finish processing
paperwork for the onshore casino bill in the next few days.
Among the other bills awaiting
action by the governor are those
to:
• Waive out-of-state tuition
this academic year at Mississippi universities and community colleges for evacuees of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
• Allow cities and counties to
donate money, labor and supplies to other local governments
in the disaster areas. Many
local governments already are
making the donations, and Barbour said those donations need
to be made legal.
• Require all state agencies,
universities, community colleges, public schools and community hospitals to buy insurance coverage.
By EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS
The Associated Press
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour spent
valuable political capital as he pushed
legislators to let Coast casinos move off
the water and onto the shore, alienating
some of his socially conservative base.
The Republican apparently is betting
his casino stance won’t be a career killer.
Any drop in antigambling voters could
be offset, and then some, by south Mississippi residents grateful to have jobs
scrambling eggs for the casino buffets or
dealing blackjack among the ding-dingding of slot machines.
The state legalized casinos in 1990 but
restricted them to the waters of the Mississippi River or the Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane Katrina walloped the 13
coast gambling houses, ripping some of
the massive barges from their moorings
and tossing them on land like toy boats.
Barbour said for public safety and financial stability, it makes sense to let the
coast casinos move a short distance on
shore. River casinos will stay where
they are.
Barbour touted the onshore move as a
way to revitalize and industry that has
employed thousands of coast residents
and injected billions of dollars into the
economy.
“A few hundred feet on shore is not
AP NEWS ANALYSIS
going to affect the moral fabric of Mississippi,” Barbour said.
Not everyone sees it that way. The
Mississippi Baptist Convention, the
American Family Association and other
religious groups lobbied against any
change in casino laws.
As state senators debated the onshore
issue, Dr. David Smith of Summit
protested outside the Capitol with his
wife, Autumn, and his mother, Genevie
Wilkinson of Liberty.
David Smith pulls double duty as a
family physician and pastor of Grace
Way Church of the Nazarene. He also is
state co-director for the Tupelo-based
American Family Association.
While Smith didn’t want to say how
he voted in the last gubernatorial election between Barbour and Democratic
incumbent Ronnie Musgrove, he clearly
was disappointed in Barbour’s push to
let Coast casinos move onto solid land.
“All this does is make the rich richer
and the poor poorer,” said David Smith,
37. “It destroys families. It destroys
homes. It pulls people away from God.”
Wilkinson held an umbrella in one
hand to shade herself from the bright
afternoon sunlight. In the other hand,
she held a sign that said, “Gambling
Destroys Families.” The 61-year-old
seamstress said she voted for Barbour in
2003 but is disillusioned now.
“I had more hopes in him than that,”
Wilkinson said. “He’s not as conservative as we thought. He’s not getting my
vote next time.”
Barbour has said he’ll announce next
spring whether he’ll seek another term
as governor in 2007.
There also has been widespread speculation that Barbour, a well connected
former chairman of the Republican
National Committee, might run for president in 2006. Chatter about that has
increased since Katrina thrust Barbour
into the national spotlight.
Barbour campaigned in 2003 on preventing the expansion of gambling into
any cities or counties where it’s not
already legal; so did the Democrat he
defeated, Ronnie Musgrove. The governor says his current stance is consistent
with what he promised two years ago.
He told members of the Legislative
Conservative Coalition: “Now, all of
these people who are outspoken against
onshore, all voted for me.”
But he added: “I have to do what’s
right, and I don’t think it’s a close call.”
Atmos: Expect higher natural gas bills this winter
JACKSON (AP) — One of
the country’s largest natural
gas suppliers cautioned Monday that natural gas utility
bills for an average Mississippi
residential customer could be
as much as 73 percent higher
than gas bills last winter.
Atmos Energy Corp. said the
increase would be due to the
impact of the recent hurricanes
in the Gulf of Mexico, the already-high demand for natural gas and tight supplies of
domestic natural gas produc-
tion.
“Reliable natural gas service for our customers is our top
priority, and we expect natural gas supplies will be adequate again this winter to meet
our customers’ needs,” Kevin
Akers, president of Atmos
Energy’s Mississippi Division,
said in a statement. “Gas
prices, though, will be much
higher than last winter, and
we are quite concerned about
their effect on our customers.”
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
disrupted about 15 percent of
the country’s natural gas production, which was already
tight because of growing demands from power plants and
other users, he said.
And cooler weather also
could increase the bills customers will pay to heat their
homes this winter because the
past two winters have been
warmer than normal, Akers
said.
Assuming a normal winter,
the average Atmos Energy res-
idential customer in Mississippi can expect to pay approximately $860 during the winter
heating months of October
through March. This estimate
compares with an average cost
during the last heating season
of $498.
An average bill provides a
basis for comparison, but most
customers will pay more or
less, depending on their usage,
regional weather patterns and
gas commodity market conditions.
Not having people like this would’ve
been an even greater disaster.
The worst of times can bring out the best
in everyone. BellSouth would like to salute
the local police and fire departments of
Jackson County, as well as the emergency
workers who rose to the occasion during
and after Hurricane Katrina. We would
also like to recognize our own workers
for their continuing efforts to return life
back to normal. Seeing everyone working
together makes us that much prouder to
be a part of this community. Nature may
be a powerful force, but so is the force of
people and communities coming together.
If you have questions about your BellSouth
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
NATION/WORLD
Death toll rises for U.S. military reservists in Iraq
WASHINGTON (AP) — The National
Guard and Reserves are suffering a strikingly higher share of U.S. casualties in
Iraq, their portion of total American military deaths nearly doubling since last year.
Reservists have accounted for one-quarter
of all U.S. deaths since the Iraq war began,
but the proportion has grown over time. It
was 10 percent for the five weeks it took to
topple Baghdad in the spring of 2003, and
20 percent for 2004 as a whole.
The trend accelerated this year. For the
first nine months of 2005 reservists
accounted for 36 percent of U.S. deaths,
and for August and September it was 56
percent, according to Pentagon figures.
The Army National Guard, Army Reserve
and Marine Corps Reserve accounted for
more than half of all U.S. deaths in August
and in September — the first time that has
happened in consecutive months. The only
other month in which it even approached 50
percent was June 2004.
Casualties in Iraq have shifted toward
citizen soldiers as their combat role has
grown to historic levels. National Guard
officials say their soldiers have been sent
into combat in Iraq in numbers not previously seen in modern times — far more
than were sent to Vietnam, where activeduty troops did the vast majority of the
fighting.
Charles Krohn, a former Army deputy
chief of public affairs, said the reservists are
taking up the slack for the highly stressed
active-duty Army.
“Decisions made years earlier made going
to war in any significant way impossible
without Guard and Reserve participation.
But I can’t imagine anyone postulated the
situation we face today: We don’t seem very
anxious to bring back the draft and we can’t
get enough volunteers for a war that is not
universally popular,” Krohn said.
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AP
Y o u r
F a i t h
Honor guards
rest the coffin
containing the
remains of Staff
Sgt. William A.
Allers III, 28, of
the Army
National
Guard's 198th
Military Police
Battalion, 75th
Troop Command,
Louisville, Ky.
last week during a funeral
ceremony at
Arlington
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New Orleans police officer
Ronald Gillard discusses his
personal loss during Hurricane Katrina.
New Orleans
police cope
with stress
of recovery
NEW ORLEANS (AP) —
Their homes are gone, their
families scattered, their reputations sliding by the day.
Home for most New Orleans
police officers is a cramped
cruise ship, and work is 12- to
14-hour days in a wrecked city.
When time off does come along,
there is nowhere to go and no
one to spend it with.
Experts say the personal and
professional upheaval is catching up with the New Orleans
police force in the form of desertions, suicides, corruption and
perhaps even the videotaped
beating over the weekend of an
allegedly drunken man on
Bourbon Street.
“This is unprecedented in our
country,” said Dr. Howard Osofsky, chairman of psychiatry at
the LSU Medical School Health
Sciences Department. “There
is no disaster that has had the
amount of trauma for a department that this has, where so
many police officers have lost
homes, been separated from
their families, had loved ones
living in other places with no
idea when they’ll return.”
Not even the terrorist attacks
of Sept. 11 have matched the
strain produced by the hurricane and its ensuing rescues,
evacuations and searches for
the living and dead, said Osofsky, who is working with New
Orleans officers and their families.
“The 9-11 attacks were very
different,” he said. “Following 911 there was a known enemy, a
known situation. And even
though the two buildings were
destroyed and lives lost, the
people who survived could go
to their homes. The city of New
York was not destroyed, the
country around it was not destroyed.”
Like about 80 percent of the
New Orleans force, 46-year-old
Ronald Gillard, a 15-year veteran, lost his house to the
storm. But when the winds died
down, he was back at work.
“We went to the flooded areas
and just started rescuing people,” he said. “We worked as
long as we could, then I slept on
the floor in a hotel lobby. We
were eating cold food out of
cans we found.”
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
TV/ADVICE
Don’t leave home
when candles are lit
Dear Abby: Over the last
25 years, Americans have
done a great deal to prevent
fires in their homes. Home fire
fatalities in the United States
have dropped 50 percent since
the 1970s, thanks in part to
public awareness and education. Technology such as
smoke alarms has helped, too
— by alerting home
occupants when fires
start and giving
them time to escape.
However, while
most categories of
fire continue to
decline, one category
is on the upswing:
candle fires. That is
why this year, during
Fire Prevention
Dear
Week, the National
Abby
Fire Protection Association is focusing its
efforts on offering important
candle safety information to
Dear Abby readers.
Some facts to consider about
candle fires: More candles are
now being sold, and the result
has been more fires. Candles
have become such popular
decorative accessories that
during the last decade in the
U.S., fires caused by candles
have tripled in number to
18,000 per year. Forty percent
of these fires begin in the bedroom, causing one-quarter of
the deaths associated with
candles! (December has
almost twice the number of
home candle fires as any other
month.)
Extinguish candles when
leaving the room or before
going to sleep. Keep them out
of reach of children or pets.
— James M. Shannon,
President, National Fire
Protection Association
Dear James: Thank you for
wanting to protect my readers. (Two fatalities
occurred in Chicago
when a woman lighted a candle in her
bedroom and then
left the room. Her
bed caught fire, and
the smoke spread to
her neighbors’ apartments. She escaped,
but tragically two of
her neighbors died of
smoke inhalation.)
Readers, Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 9-15) is not
only a reminder, but also an
opportunity to check around
your homes for other fire hazards, and to be sure your
smoke (and carbon monoxide)
detectors are properly
installed and maintained. It is
also the time to review and
practice with your families
what escape plans you have in
place in the event of an emergency. (You should have two
alternative plans, and everyone in the household should
be familiar with what they
are.)
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Dear Left Out: Yes, Jenny
all related, were having a very
was insulting, disrespectful
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often treat family
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Get the key suit tout suite
Art Buchwald said, “If you
attack the establishment long
enough and hard enough,
they will make you a member
of it.”
Bridge
players
should
know all
about
establishment. It is
a vital
way to
generate
extra
tricks. For Philip
example,
Alder
in this
deal, how would you plan the
play in four spades after West
leads the club queen to dummy’s king?
Opposite South’s weak twobid, North took a slightly
optimistic shot at a vulnerable game.
First, check your losers.
You should see four: one
heart, two diamonds and one
club. Next, count those winners. You have only nine: six
spades, one diamond and two
clubs. The 10th might come
from diamonds, but that is
most unlikely. Instead, hope
that the missing hearts are
dividing 4-3 and play to
establish dummy’s heart 10.
This will require ruffing three
hearts in your hand, so you
will need four dummy
entries: three for the ruffs
and one to get back to the
dummy to cash the heart 10.
You have four entries in the
club ace, diamond ace, and
two spade honors, but you
must not waste any of them.
At trick two, immediately
play a heart. Suppose West
takes the trick and continues
with the club 10. Win on the
board, ruff a heart, return to
dummy with a trump, ruff
another heart, play a second
spade to the board, ruff a
third heart, and remove
East’s last spade. Finally,
lead a diamond to dummy’s
ace and cash that established
heart 10, discarding a minorsuit loser from your hand.
If you attack a long suit
hard enough, you may eventually establish a winner or
two in it.
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Life support issue has many caveats
Dear Dr. Gott: In your
experience, have you ever
seen a case of terminal illness
(being kept alive by machines
and in a coma) that was actually
reversed,
and the
patient
lived
afterwards?
Are comatose
patients
the same
as termi- Peter
Gott, M.D.
nally ill
people?
Dear Reader: I have never
seen a case of prolonged life
support that a patient was
able to discontinue and subsequently return to normal.
However, in all fairness, I
have to admit that there are
miraculous consequences in
rare instances. Medical science can keep terminally ill
patients “alive” for extended
periods. Therefore, each case
must be individualized.
Certainly, most sensible
adults would not opt for
advanced, interminable life
support if there were no
chance of recovery. However,
in certain circumstances,
patients requiring this complex therapy do well.
Therefore, in answering
your questions, I am purposely non-committal. Each case
must be decided on its own
merits. Extensive life support
is appropriate in some circumstances, but may not be
in others (such as after a
stroke in elderly people).
Dear Dr. Gott: I am a
healthy 60-year-old man with
three testicle cysts, the result
of a rude encounter with a
bicycle crossbar many years
ago. They started as little
nodules but have grown to
the size of golf balls. My
physician tells me that they
aren’t really a problem, but I
might want to have a urologist check them. Is this something I should be concerned
about?
Dear Reader: Testicular
cysts are benign, fluid-containing “bubbles” in a testicle,
often the result of trauma.
If your cysts have grown to
the size of golf balls, I would
encourage you to be examined
by a urologist because it may
be time to correct the situation before the cysts grow to
cause discomfort.
Let me know what the urologist concludes.
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Peter Gott, c/o United Media
of 200 Madison Ave 4th
Floor, New York City, NY
10016.
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Few minutes of
total destruction
It is reassuring to see how quickly the world and
widespread community of Pakistan’s emigrants
reacted to the Pakistani earthquake, including an
initial contribution of $50 million and the dispatch
of helicopters and relief flights by the United
States.
And it was a positive development that India
offered, and Pakistan accepted, relief aid. Any confidence-building measures between these two longtime and nuclear-armed rivals are good, especially
because the earthquake’s worst destruction was in
the Pakistani-held portion of the disputed province
of Kashmir.
The initial death count in Pakistan was nearing
30,000, and the United Nations said 2.5 million
had been made homeless by the 7.6-magnitude
quake. Beyond that is the destruction of roads,
bridges, schools and hospitals, water and sewage
systems and power lines in mountainous regions
not always easily accessible in the best of times.
Earthquakes are uniquely destructive — 30,000
resulting deaths in India in 2001, 31,000 in Iran in
2003 and over 232,000 from the undersea earthquake that produced last December’s tsunami.
In societies wealthy and technologically
advanced enough to do so, their effects can be mitigated by building codes and materials standards,
precautions not available to most of the world’s
people. In Pakistan, people were most often killed
by what little they owned, their own homes collapsing on them.
The best tool of saving lives still escapes us: We
can’t predict when and where quakes will strike.
The historic record offers a range of probabilities,
but these are measured in centuries. Nothing of
this magnitude had occurred in the 58-year history
of Pakistan and, indeed, for 50 years before that.
We know there are immense and implacable
forces just beneath the surface of the planet; and
we know that they are capable of horribly disrupting the lives of its inhabitants; and we know from
time to time they will. Maybe one day we will be
able to say when and contemplate nature’s handiwork from a safe distance.
— Scripps Howard News Service
Paving the
way to a veto
Unless the two sides manage to finesse it — and
both would dearly love to do so — the coming
showdown between the White House and Congress
should be fascinating politically and with the
added fillip that it’s Republican versus Republican.
The White House likes to blame the Democrats
when things go wrong in Congress — and they do
have much to answer for — but the highway bill is
an all-Republican show with Democrats in a purely
supporting role.
The showdown brings two guiding principals
into conflict: The Republicans all but abandoned
pledge of spending restraint and the congressional
imperative that lawmakers must bring home the
pork.
Congress should have passed a new, six-year
highway bill when the old one expired in September 2003, but didn’t. In the meantime, the old bill
has been extended six times, with the most recent
extension set to expire May 31, while wrangling
over a new one continued.
President Bush originally proposed spending
$256 billion on highways, bridges and mass transit
and threatened to veto any bill over that amount.
The Republican-controlled Senate responded by
proposing $318 billion and the Republican-controlled House even more.
The House then settled on $284 billion over six
years and it looked like the Senate would go along.
The White House waffled on its veto threat, and it
looked like a compromise was in the offing.
But then this week senior Senate Republicans
added another $11 billion — most of it, $8.8 billion,
for highways — plus a guarantee that states would
get back at least 91 cents of every dollar in gas tax
they sent to Washington.
That made governors and rank-and-file lawmakers happy but not Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta, who dismissed the funding mechanism for the extra spending as “accounting gimmicks” and repeated the president’s veto threat.
With summer approaching, there is some
urgency to passing the bill. Senate Public Works
committee chairman James Inhofe, R-Okla., says it
is “a matter of life and death.”
It’s also a matter of saving face. The White
House doesn’t want to be seen as backing down
and the lawmakers want to be seen as fighting to
get as much as possible for their constituencies.
One solution might be those “accounting gimmicks.” Another might be to blame the Democrats.
— Scripps Howard News Service
But the damage
is already done
WASHINGTON — It is difficult to
be sympathetic to Tom DeLay, the
beleaguered and at least temporarily
defrocked House Republican leader,
whose troubles just multiplied by two.
The Texas “Hammer,” after all, has
shown very little quarter in handing
out plenty of political punishment
over the last decade as he virtually
took control of the lower chamber of
Congress.
But the latest indictment against
DeLay by a Travis County, Texas,
grand jury raises a lot of disturbing
questions about the motivation of
activist prosecutor Ronnie Earle, a
Democrat in a Democratic Party
stronghold.
In fact, DeLay and his allies seem to
have a pretty good
case that this affair
is simply to get
even for DeLay’s
participation in
changing the political landscape in the
state capital where
Republicans redrew
the congressional
boundaries in their
favor and assumed Dan
control for the first Thomasson
time in eons.
No kidding? They did? In the
squeaky-clean political atmosphere of
Texas?
DeLay was indicted on charges of
conspiring to launder $190,000 in illegal corporate contributions to state
legislative candidates through a
national Republican arm.
In some states that isn’t a crime.
When DeLay’s attorneys seemed to
have a clear case for dismissal on
technical grounds, the prosecutor
almost instantly produced without
warning a second indictment from a
different grand jury involving the
same $190,000.
This should prove the old adage that
a good prosecutor can get a grand jury
to indict a ham sandwich.
The jury that handed down the second charge had been empanelled only
a relative few minutes before responding to Earle’s request. That’s hardly
enough time to get oriented, let alone
hear evidence and listen to witnesses.
Even we novices in the arcane world
of legal maneuvering can smell something rotten in the courthouse.
Earle has been in his job a long time
and has been praised by the media for
not playing party favorites in his crusades against politicians.
Those making the case for his
impartiality seem to base their views
on one instance when he tried to nail
a big-time Democrat a number of
years ago. He failed, and the two
adversaries became friends.
If Earle was trying to save face by
bringing the new indictment, it isn’t
the first time he has been confronted
with embarrassment. He indicted
Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison
after she won her Senate seat, claiming that she had used public employees in her campaign. He ultimately
was forced to drop the charges.
No matter the outcome of these
indictments, their impact has been
enormous on the national scene,
relieving Republicans of their major
strategist for at least the time being
and adding to a list of GOP woes, from
the president’s bollixed response to
Hurricane Katrina to high gas prices
to declining support for the war in
Iraq.
DeLay is the national equivalent of
an old-time machine boss with tentacles into nearly everything and with
well-placed disciples who owe their
success to him.
His close association with one of
these acolytes, his former aide and
now super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff,
may be a more serious and substantial
threat than the state charges.
Abramoff already has been indicted
for his activities involving the purchase of gambling boats, and the Justice Department has had a long-standing investigation into his lobbying
activities with DeLay and others.
As Earle was announcing the new
indictment, the department was
revealing that it had asked for an
interview with former British Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher concerning a visit DeLay paid her while on a
trip organized by Abramoff. Was it to
discuss real problems or just a courtesy call to legitimize the trip?
The sad note in all this is that it
seems to repeat itself regularly, that
history is ignored again and again
when the urge for power overrides
basic ethical instincts and common
sense.
Those playing the game seem to
believe the standards that govern
most of us suddenly don’t apply to
them. DeLay has been a brilliant
political manipulator, but at what
cost?
His hardnosed tactics have made
him far more enemies than friends
and it will be interesting to see how
long those stick with him.
While Earle’s pursuit of DeLay may
be rooted in political revenge, it is real
enough to dislodge him from his high
perch indefinitely.
Even if these charges don’t stick and
the probe ends in his favor, it is a good
bet that he will never regain the
throne that others are already coveting.
Dan K. Thomasson is former editor
of the Scripps Howard News Service.
TODAY’S THOUGHT
“What is time? The shadow on the dial, the striking of the clock,
the running of the sand, day and night, summer and winter,
months, years, centuries — these are but arbitrary and outward
signs, the measure of Time, not Time itself. Time is the Life of the
soul.”
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, American poet (1807-1882).
TODAY IN HISTORY
In 1811, the first steam-powered ferryboat, the Juliana, was
put into operation between New York City and Hoboken, N.J.
If one watches politics long enough and pays attention to its patterns, they understand why everything
happens the way it does. Many people think all
Republicans and Democrats march in lockstep with
one another, but that’s not always the case.
Especially when a member of their own party stabs
them between the shoulder blades.
Sen. Trent Lott is the most prominent Republican
thus far to question President George W. Bush’s nomination of someone named Harriet Miers to the highest court in the land. Nevermind, if you will, that
barely anybody outside of the legal community knows
who this person is or what her qualifications could possibly be (aside from being Bush’s buddy). Instead,
consider she is virtually a hand-picked selection of
Democrat Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of
Nevada.
Reid said he was “impressed” with Miers, and
reportedly encouraged Bush to include her name for
consideration. That’s the same Harry Reid who said
of Bush’s previous Supreme Court nominee, new
Chief Justice John Roberts, “I’m not too sure if his
heart is as big as his head.”
Meanwhile, many conservatives are worried about the opposite concerning Miers, who donated money to Al Gore’s first presidential campaign and supported
gay rights while a member of the
Dallas City Council.
Conservative commentary sites
note that Miers is no legal scholar, a boring-sounding qualification that may become necessary Gaylon
when sorting through the partic- Parker
ulars of Constitutional law. She’s
also never been a judge and has a limited public
record to signify how she’ll vote on key issues.
So Lott weighed in, saying “I need to know a lot
more about her, her experience and her level of competence and what is her philosophy. I really don’t
know this lady and I do think I owe it to my constituents and to my own conscience to do due diligence
and find out actually who this person is.”
Right on.
First of all, Miers is the second consecutive “blank
slate” justice Bush has nominated. Nobody is certain how they’ll vote on gay marriage, abortion or
illegal immigration measures and those issues directly contributed to conservative support for Bush in
the last election. Many commentators cannot help
but compare Bush’s nominees so far to Justice David
Souter, who W’s father nominated — and SWORE
would be a conservative voice — but has been a tragic disappointment.
Lott has chosen the perfect opportunity to oppose
Bush on this appointment and in just the right way.
When Bush sold Lott down the river during the Strom
Thurmond fiasco, you could have written it down:
“This will come back to haunt President Bush.”
Lott, when celebrating the 100th birthday of late
Sen. Strom Thurmond, said of Thurmond’s Dixiecrat
campaign for president in 1948, “And if the rest of the
country had followed our lead, we wouldn’t have had
all these problems over all these years, either.”
Some said that alluded to an endorsement of segregationist Dixiecrat policies and Republicans and
Democrats pounced on Lott. Many demanded he
leave the Senate and others suggested he step down
from his post as then-majority leader, which he eventually did.
Lott was replaced by Bush’s favorite, Tennessee
Sen. Bill Frist, perhaps a little too conveniently for
many of Lott’s supporters to consider a coincidence.
During the Lott debate, Democrat Connecticut Sen.
Chris Dodd said, “If Tom Daschle or another Democratic leader were to have made similar statements, the
reaction would have been very swift. I don’t think several hours would have gone by without there being an
almost unanimous call for the leader to step aside.”
Really?
Well, Dodd later said of former Ku Klux Klansman and current West Virgina Sen. Robert Byrd: “I do
not think it is an exaggeration at all to say to my
friend from West Virginia that he would have been a
great senator at any moment. He would have been
right at the founding of this country. He would have
been in the leadership crafting this Constitution. He
would have been right during the great conflict of Civil War in this nation.”
I could not find a word in response from Bush or his
spokesmen about Dodd’s comments.
The chickens have possibly come home to roost on
Bush, who has fallen short in many a conservative’s
eye. Lott may be wisely and shrewdly choosing opposite sides in the battle over Miers because he can
win it. Politics may make strange bedfellows. But,
hopefully, few conservatives will be willing to lay
down for Bush over Miers’ nomination.
Gaylon Parker can be reached at
[email protected] Comments concerning
his column can be sent to
[email protected]
QUOTABLE
“It’s a troubling tape, no doubt
about it.”
— New Orleans police
spokesman Marlon Defillo, on a
videotape showing two patrolmen
repeatedly punching a 64-year-old man
accused of public intoxication. A third
officer allegedly assaulted an Associated
Press Television News producer who helped
film the arrest.
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THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
County wants lower
work comp premiums
Mississippi
HURRICANE RECOVERY
By NATALIE CHAMBERS
The Mississippi Press
PASCAGOULA — When representatives of
Mississippi Public Entities Workers’ Compensation Trust went before Jackson County Board
of Supervisors Monday seeking a $118,000 premium increase,
they quickly
“I am not going to sit
learned their
here
and have you all to
appearance
would not be a continue to raise our
pleasant one.
rates, year after year
“I am not goafter year, when we
ing to sit here
and have you have done a yeoman’s
all to continue job of putting better
to raise our experience on the
rates, year after year after books. It does not make
year, when we common sense. My gut
have done a tells me something is
yeoman’s job of
wrong in your house.”
putting better
experience on
— Supervisor
the books. It
Frank Leach
does not make
common sense.
My gut tells me something is wrong in your
house,” said Supervisor Frank Leach.
Jackson County, which is part of a pool, pays
an annual premium of $754,000 for 665 participants.
MPE’s entourage, which included President
Richard L. Corkern and Ken Sandifer, safety
director, was sent back to do more calculations.
County administrator Alan Sudduth said
when he was hired three years ago, a board
directive was to lower the incident rate.
“The last three years, we have decreased our
incidents every year, from 2003 to 2005,” Sudduth said.
“As bad years were dropping off, we were
replacing them with good years,” he said.
Jackson County also implemented safety programs, as recommended by Sandifer, to lower
premiums.
Frequency of claims, severity, payroll are factors used in determining premiums.
County officials also questioned an assertion
that Jackson County’s payroll had increased
from $17 million to $19 million this year.
“The county for the last two years, including this year, is doing real well. The years before
that, there have been some bad years. I am
talking about a 350 percent loss ratio. A loss
ratio is premium versus the amount paid out,”
Sandifer said.
“But it takes three years to get these bad
numbers out of the system. This is not our system, but a system used by insurance companies
all over the country,” he said.
Board of Supervisors
on the move lately
PASCAGOULA — Jackson County Board
of Supervisors knows firsthand Hurricane
Katrina has caused a shortage of office/meeting space in the county.
Following the storm, supervisors alternated meeting sites between Gautier High
School Library and the Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center.
Last week, the meeting was moved to the
B.E. “Mac” McGinty Civic Center at the fairgrounds in Pascagoula.
Monday’s meeting was relocated from the
civic center to the county barn, also on the
fairgrounds. However, a residual smell of
ammonia, from workers trying to ready the
room for the supervisors meeting, quickly
forced supervisors to look elsewhere.
By 10 a.m., supervisors found a perfect
spot — inside a dressing room near the stage
at the civic center.
Corkern told supervisors the county would be
given discounts if warranted.
The Board of Supervisors Monday also questioned a request by Central Vending for a twomonth suspension of a contract for August and
September as a direct result of Hurricane Katrina.
“In it he states not only did he have multiple
damage to machines in the area, but he also lost
their records due to the flood of their own building and cannot document August sales and did
not have an accounting system for September,”
said county purchasing agent Robbie Martinez.
Leach asked if the business incurred a lost of
income.
“I am not for walking away. He can average it
out for August. He was there the whole month.
I don’t know about September. I just think that
business goes on,” Leach said.
“Many of these have their own insurance and
their coverage of loss of income. I don’t know
what their coverage was. I am not trying to be
hard-nosed, but I will be.”
Supervisor John McKay noted that the storm
hit at the end of the month.
“I think he can just look back and average it
over six months and give us an average of all
business, since he lost his records,” he said.
Martinez is to meet with the company for
additional data to present to supervisors for
further consideration.
Reporter Natalie Chambers can be reached
at [email protected] or (251)
219-5551.
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THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
Desperate Pakistanis huddle against cold
■ Wait for earthquake
aid to reach remote areas
By SADAQAT JAN
The Associated Press
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
Anna Margaret Delgado takes a big bite from an apple
at lunch Monday afternoon at St. John’s Episcopal
School.
MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan — Desperate Pakistanis huddled against the
cold and some looted food stores Monday
as international aid still had not reached
remote areas of mountainous Kashmir
after a monster earthquake flattened villages, cut off power and water, and killed
tens of thousands.
Officials predict the death toll, now estimated at between 20,000 and 30,000, will
climb and fear that more could die from
exposure or disease with winter just six
weeks away. The United Nations has said
2.5 million people near the Pakistan-India
border need shelter.
More than 48 hours after the magnitude-7.6 quake, survivors were still being
rescued from under piles of concrete, steel
and wood. A man was pulled from a pancaked two-story house in Muzaffarabad,
two girls were plucked from a collapsed
school in Balakot, and a woman and child
were pulled from an apartment building
in Islamabad.
Injured people were airlifted from
remote areas, and Pakistan’s army distributed rice to starving survivors.
President Gen. Pervez Musharraf, who
called Saturday’s earthquake the country’s worst on record, said his government
was doing its best to respond to the crisis.
He had appealed for international help,
particularly cargo helicopters to reach
remote areas cut off by landslides.
“We are doing whatever is humanly
possible,” Musharraf said. “There should
not be any blame game. We are trying to
reach all those areas where people need
our help.”
Eight U.S. helicopters — five Chinook
transport choppers and three Blackhawks
for heavy lifting — were diverted from
the war in neighboring Afghanistan . They
carried supplies, tarpaulins and equipment, including high-tech cameras for
finding buried survivors.
“Pakistan is one of our closest allies in
the war on terror and we want to help
them in this time of crisis,” said Sgt. Marina Evans, a U.S. military spokeswoman in
Kabul, Afghanistan.
Washington pledged up to $50 million in
relief and reconstruction aid, U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker said.
“We have under way the beginning of a
very major relief effort,” he said.
Pakistan also said it would accept aid
from longtime rival India, which promised
tents, food, medicine and other aid.
The nations have fought two wars over
Kashmir, which both claim as theirs. Pakistan suffered the worst of the damage
and casualties, and India reported 865
deaths in its portion of the Himalayan
province.
However, Pakistan declined an offer of
Indian helicopters to help distribute aid
and has ruled out a joint rescue operation
along the disputed frontier.
Planeloads of aid arrived from Britain,
Japan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. Rival India, Russia, China and Germany also offered assistance.
With winter approaching, thousands of
Pakistanis who lost their homes huddled
in tents and in the open. Many lit fires
using wood from collapsed houses.
The capital of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, Muzaffarabad, was devastated, with
at least 11,000 people reported dead.
Assistant city commissioner Masood-ur
Rehman said 90 percent of the city, and all
its government and educational institutions, were destroyed. Relief efforts were
hampered by roads buried by landslides.
“Bodies are scattered in the city,” he
said. “Ninety percent of victims are still
buried under the debris. We are helpless.
The city is out of order.”
In one neighborhood, shopkeepers scuffled with looters scavenging crushed
stores for cooking oil, rice, biscuits and
flour.
Departments
Christy Pritchett/The Mississippi Press
Resurrection Catholic School student Wyatt Johnson
plays on the playground at St. John’s Episcopal School
Monday afternoon.
St. John’s
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25 students, Baker said.
“So everybody’s pitching in
and team-teaching,” she said.
Baker said students from
both schools quickly adapted
to their new surroundings and
new classmates.
"I’d say the hardest thing is
the bathrooms because there’s
six bathrooms and 200 kids,”
she laughed.
The students shared the
adults’ enthusiasm, but had
different reasons to be excited
about their first day back.
“I love my first day,” said
fourth-grader Raven Gines.
“You get to see your friends,”
her classmate Claire Bosarge
added.
“And you get to see your
teachers,” said Aundrea
Williams.
“And you get to make new
friends,” Kaleigh Caraviello
reflected.
Christina Parker said she
likes the changes in her
fourth-grade classroom.
“We have Resurrection people and St. Peter’s people all
in the same classroom,” she
said.
Rachel Wilkinson agreed.
“It’s very nice meeting new
people,” she said. “And we get
new teachers so we can learn
more.”
Benefield said Oct. 17 is still
the target date to return to the
south Pascagoula campus.
“(Construction crews) are
working 12-hour shifts solid,”
she said.
Parent volunteers may
begin stocking classrooms
with school supplies as soon as
this week.
In the meantime, the elementary, middle and high
schools will continue to operate at their temporary campuses.
Fifth- and sixth-graders
from Resurrection and St.
Peter’s joined the sevenththrough 12th-graders at St.
Mary’s Catholic Church in
Gautier Monday. Pre-kindergartners through first-graders
at St. Peter’s returned to the
Telephone Road campus.
Reporter Allison Mather can
be reached at [email protected] or (251)
219-5551.
St. Peter’s
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“Ms. White! I lost two of my
teeth,” 5-year-old Eriana Peyton said, proudly pointing to
the void.
She said going back to
school is fun.
“I like it because I can
learn stuff again,” she said. “I
like when I do homework and
I play here.”
Eriana’s enthusiasm for
the first day of school was
matched by her enthusiasm
about the changes taking
place at her home.
“We got a little water at
our house,” she said. “We’re
gonna get a new carpet, and
we cut the walls off and we’re
gonna paint them back
white.”
School principal Sister
Bernadette McNamara said
enrollment remains a concern — and a mystery.
Many of the school’s families are displaced, have lost
uniforms or can no longer
afford tuition, making it difficult to predict how many students will return.
“We’re just hoping and
praying. Right now we don’t
know,” McNamara said.
“Whether they have tuition
or not, we just want our students back.”
Reporter Allison Mather
can be reached at
[email protected]
or (251) 219-5551.
From Page 1-A
Belton.
“Twenty-one of us, including
myself, lost homes and vehicles. We have been real fortunate in that DeSoto County
(Mississippi) has been here
running fire calls for us and
helping us out, tremendously,”
Belton said.
DeSoto County also brought
down two tankers to assist the
volunteer fire departments.
St. Andrews VFD, 1401
Helm St., had four feet of water and is being gutted.
“My station in Gulf Park
Estates (Simmons Bayou
Road) had 11 feet of water and
is a total wreck. It is still
standing but we will have to
gut everything,” said Fire
Chief Greg Allen.
County fire coordinator Ray
Watson said Gulf Park’s station is still being assessed for
damages.
Five fire trucks, tools and
breathing apparatus were lost,
between Gulf Park and St.
Andrews volunteer fire stations, to Hurricane Katrina.
The two stations provide a 9
fire rating for insurance purposes.
Belton said Fontainebleau
VFD can be back up and fully
operational within six to eight
months with a little help.
To keep the 8 fire rating
achieved in December, the
Jackson County Board of
Supervisors Monday approved
Fontainebleau’s request to purchase a $149,000 pumper to
replace one of two lost during
the destructive hurricane.
Cost of the truck and future
recovery purchases should be
covered by insurance settlement and Federal Emergency
Management Agency.
“This (truck) is to solve an
immediate need,” Watson said.
The volunteer stations need
so much more.
Fontainebleau has an immediate need for a tanker, capable of hauling 2,000 gallons of
water.
Supervisor Frank Leach said
Pascagoula, Gautier, Moss
Point and Ocean Springs fire
departments, did not suffer as
much damage as rural departments, but, because of popularity, received more donated
items, including equipment
and vehicles.
In the spirit of goodwill,
Leach wants the less-damaged
city departments to share with
rural fire departments hit hard
by Katrina. It is also a topic
Leach wants brought up during incident command briefings that’s attended by municipal, county and storm recovery officials.
“A share and share alike”
attitude isn’t too much to ask,
he said.
Supervisor John McKay concurred.
Watson said donations in
rural areas are slow in coming.
“The rural areas get left out
because there’s no identifiable
community out there or nobody is backing them to get
adopted by somebody,” Watson
said.
A few big ticket-items, such
as pumpers, have been donated to volunteer departments.
Watson is driving a vehicle
donated from Florida.
“Yes, we’ve received some
turnout, clothing and older air
packs. They are the old steel
bottles that weigh about 45
pounds. You can’t force people
to wear anymore unless they
are in a desperate need,” Watson said.
Belton said Fontainebleau
formerly served between 600
to 800 homes. About 100
homes are left.
“People are trying to get
back in them but insurance
companies are giving everybody a hard time,” he said.
Reporter Natalie Chambers
can be reached at [email protected] or
(251) 219-5551.
NOTICE
PASCAGOULA CITY COURT WILL
RESUME REGULAR COURT
OPERATIONS ON
OCTOBER 12, 2005, AT 1:00 P.M.
ONLY CASES SCHEDULED ON THIS
DATE WILL BE HEARD.
ALL CASES SCHEDULED PRIOR
TO OCTOBER 12, 2005, WILL BE
RESCHEDULED DUE TO
HURRICANE KATRINA.
Northrop
From Page 1-A
charge of 30 cents to 35 cents a
share to cover increased costs
associated with existing ship
contracts caused by the work
delays and tighter margins.
Northrop’s Ship Systems
shipyards on the Gulf Coast
were hit by the hurricanes.
The company said production
work has resumed on the 11
ships under construction at its
operations in New Orleans,
Pascagoula and Gulfport.
About 12,500 of its 19,800
employees are back to work at
these shipyards, it said.
In morning trading on the
New York Stock Exchange,
shares of Northrop were down
5 cents at $54.
Barbour
From Page 1-A
the more than 5,000 temporary units that the state has
established.
MEMA is continuing to lo-
cate sites for the temporary
trailers that will have appropriate sewer and water connections for the rest of those
left homeless by Katrina.
CONTACT COURT CLERK AT
228-938-6710/6700 FOR
RESCHEDULING.
PASCAGOULA MUNICIPAL COURT
RHONDA DIEHL, COURT CLERK
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THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
BY THE NUMBERS
Arizona St. 43, Fresno St. 42, Nebraska 18,
Georgia Tech 15, Iowa 13, Virginia 6, Michigan 3, Northwestern 3, Baylor 1, Toledo 1.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
Glance
All Times CST
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct
New England 3 2 0 .600
Miami
2 2 0 .500
Buffalo
2 3 0 .400
N.Y. Jets
2 3 0 .400
South
W L T Pct
Indianapolis
5 0 0 1.000
Jacksonville
3 2 0 .600
Tennessee
2 3 0 .400
Houston
0 4 0 .000
North
W L T Pct
Cincinnati
4 1 0 .800
Pittsburgh
2 1 0 .667
Cleveland
2 2 0 .500
Baltimore
1 3 0 .250
West
W L T Pct
Denver
4 1 0 .800
Kansas City
2 2 0 .500
San Diego
2 2 0 .500
Oakland
1 3 0 .250
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct
N.Y. Giants
3 1 0 .750
Washington
3 1 0 .750
Dallas
3 2 0 .600
Philadelphia
3 2 0 .600
South
W L T Pct
Tampa Bay
4 1 0 .800
Atlanta
3 2 0 .600
Carolina
3 2 0 .600
New Orleans 2 3 0 .400
North
W L T Pct
Detroit
2 2 0 .500
Chicago
1 3 0 .250
Minnesota
1 3 0 .250
Green Bay
1 4 0 .200
West
W L T Pct
Seattle
3 2 0 .600
St. Louis
2 3 0 .400
Arizona
1 4 0 .200
San Francisco 1 4 0 .200
PF
118
82
68
61
PA
136
71
83
85
PF
106
85
103
44
PA
29
84
126
99
PF
124
81
65
47
PA
61
37
74
87
PF
101
91
127
76
PA
87
91
88
89
PF
136
62
121
122
PA
98
58
98
101
PF
89
114
127
71
PA
59
88
116
139
PF
71
62
64
124
PA
75
59
107
95
PF
126
128
94
79
PA
107
148
134
160
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Sunday’s Games
Detroit 35, Baltimore 17
Buffalo 20, Miami 14
Seattle 37, St. Louis 31
Tennessee 34, Houston 20
N.Y. Jets 14, Tampa Bay 12
New England 31, Atlanta 28
Green Bay 52, New Orleans 3
Cleveland 20, Chicago 10
Indianapolis 28, San Francisco 3
Dallas 33, Philadelphia 10
Carolina 24, Arizona 20
Denver 21, Washington 19
Jacksonville 23, Cincinnati 20
Open: Kansas City, Oakland, N.Y. Giants,
Minnesota
Monday’s Game
Pittsburgh at San Diego, (n)
Sunday, Oct. 16
Carolina at Detroit, noon
N.Y. Giants at Dallas, noon
Minnesota at Chicago, noon
Atlanta vs. New Orleans at San Antonio,
noon
Cincinnati at Tennessee, noon
Cleveland at Baltimore, noon
Miami at Tampa Bay, noon
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, noon
Washington at Kansas City, noon
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 3:15 p.m.
San Diego at Oakland, 3:15 p.m.
New England at Denver, 3:15 p.m.
Houston at Seattle, 7:30 p.m.
Open: Arizona, Philadelphia, Green Bay,
San Francisco
Monday, Oct. 17
St. Louis at Indianapolis, 8 p.m.
AP Top 25
The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press
college football poll, with first-place votes in
parentheses, records through Oct. 9, total
points based on 25 points for a first-place
vote through one point for a 25th-place vote,
and previous ranking:
Record Pts
Pvs
1. So. Cal (58)
5-0
1,618
1
2. Texas (7)
5-0
1,565
2
3. Virginia Tech
6-0
1,493
3
4. Florida St.
5-0
1,393
4
5. Georgia
5-0
1,389
5
6. Alabama
5-0
1,244
7
7. Miami
4-1
1,205
9
8. Penn St.
6-0
1,096
16
9. Notre Dame
4-1
1,058
12
10. LSU
3-1
1,057
11
11. Florida
5-1
935
13
12. UCLA
5-0
889
20
13. Texas Tech
5-0
794
15
14. Boston College 5-1
656
18
15. Ohio St.
3-2
641
6
16. Michigan St.
4-1
581
19
17. Tennessee
3-2
538
8
18. California
5-1
537
10
19. Louisville
4-1
461
23
20. Oregon
5-1
456
25
21. Auburn
4-1
441
22
22. Minnesota
5-1
321
—
23. Wisconsin
5-1
241
14
24. Colorado
4-1
222
—
25. TCU
5-1
81
—
Others receiving votes: West Virginia 68,
USA Today Top 25 Poll
The top 25 teams in the USA Today college
football coaches’ poll, with first-place votes in
parentheses, records through Oct. 9, points
based on 25 points for a first-place vote,
through one point for a 25th-place vote and
previous ranking:
Record Pts
Pvs
1. So. Cal (57)
5-0
1,544
1
2. Texas (4)
5-0
1,488
2
3. Virginia Tech (1) 6-0
1,425
3
4. Georgia
5-0
1,348
4
5. Florida State
5-0
1,290
5
6. Miami (Fla.)
4-1
1,187
8
7. Alabama
5-0
1,156
10
8. LSU
3-1
1,049
11
9. Notre Dame
4-1
998
12
10. Penn State
6-0
942
18
11. Texas Tech
5-0
918
13
12. UCLA
5-0
862
16
13. Florida
5-1
840
15
14. Boston College 5-1
657
17
15. Ohio State
3-2
572
6
16. California
5-1
563
9
17. Michigan State 4-1
540
19
18. Tennessee
3-2
473
7
19. Louisville
4-1
460
22
20. Auburn
4-1
444
21
21. Oregon
5-1
311
NR
22. Minnesota
5-1
303
NR
23. Wisconsin
5-1
293
14
24. Colorado
4-1
184
NR
25. West Virginia
5-1
91
NR
Others receiving votes: TCU 59; Arizona
State 44; Fresno State 34; Georgia Tech 17;
Iowa 13; Northwestern 13; Michigan 10; Virginia 8; Connecticut 4; Wyoming 4; Nebraska
3; Maryland 1; Texas-El Paso 1; Toledo 1.
Harris Top 25
The Top 25 teams in the Harris Interactive
College Football Poll, with first-place votes in
parentheses, records through Oct. 9, total
points based on 25 points for a first-place
vote through one point for a 25th-place vote:
Record Pts
Pv
1. So. Cal (100)
5-0
2,812
1
2. Texas (13)
5-0
2,718
2
3. Virginia Tech
6-0
2,595
3
4. Georgia
5-0
2,426
5
5. Florida State
5-0
2,412
4
6. Miami
4-1
2,142
7
7. Alabama
5-0
2,118
8
8. Notre Dame
4-1
1,851
11
9. Penn State
6-0
1,845
19
10. LSU
3-1
1,750
12
11. UCLA
5-0
1,687
16
12. Florida
5-1
1,519
14
13. Texas Tech
5-0
1,516
15
14. Boston College 5-1
1,200
18
15. Michigan State 4-1
1,025
17
16. California
5-1
1,012
10
17. Ohio State
3-2
1,011
6
18. Auburn
4-1
813
22
19. Louisville
4-1
776
23
20. Oregon
5-1
676
NR
21. Tennessee
3-2
663
9
22. Minnesota
5-1
604
NR
23. Wisconsin
5-1
581
13
24. Colorado
4-1
326
NR
25. West Virginia
5-1
146
NR
Others receiving votes: Arizona State 101,
TCU 93, Nebraska 88, Georgia Tech 69, Iowa
42, Fresno State 28, Michigan 22, Virginia 18,
Northwestern 11, Maryland 10, Iowa State
8, South Florida 5, Texas A&M 2, Baylor 1,
Connecticut 1, Kansas State 1, Toledo 1.
Top 25 Schedule
Saturday
No. 1 Southern Cal at No. 9 Notre Dame,
2:30 p.m.
No. 2 Texas vs. No. 24 Colorado, 2:30 p.m.
No. 4 Florida State at Virginia, 6:45 p.m.
No. 5 Georgia at Vanderbilt, 6:15 p.m.
No. 6 Alabama at Ole Miss, 11 a.m.
No. 7 Miami at Temple, Noon
No. 8 Penn State at Michigan, 2:30 p.m.
No. 10 LSU vs. No. 11 Florida, 2:30 p.m.
No. 12 UCLA at Washington State, 5:30
p.m.
No. 13 Texas Tech vs. Kansas State, 11
a.m.
No. 14 Boston College vs. Wake Forest, 11
a.m.
No. 15 Ohio State vs. No. 16 Michigan
State, 11 a.m.
No. 18 California vs. Oregon State, 2:30
p.m.
No. 19 Louisville at West Virginia, 2:30
p.m.
No. 20 Oregon vs. Washington, 2:30 p.m.
No. 21 Auburn at Arkansas, 6 p.m.
No. 22 Minnesota vs. No. 23 Wisconsin, 11
a.m.
No. 25 TCU vs. Army, 6 p.m.
BASEBALL
Postseason Glance
DIVISION SERIES
(Best-of-5)
American League
Chicago vs. Boston
Tuesday, Oct. 4
Chicago 14, Boston 2
Wednesday, Oct. 5
Chicago 5, Boston 4
Friday, Oct. 7
Chicago 5, Boston 3, Chicago wins series
3-0
Los Angeles vs. New York
Tuesday, Oct. 4
New York 4, Los Angeles 2
Wednesday, Oct. 5
Los Angeles 5, New York 3
Friday, Oct. 7
Los Angeles 11, New York 7
Saturday, Oct. 8
Los Angeles at New York, ppd., rain
Sunday, Oct. 9
New York 3, Los Angeles 2
Monday, Oct. 10
New York at Los Angeles
National League
St. Louis vs. San Diego
Tuesday, Oct. 4
St. Louis 8, San Diego 5
Thursday, Oct. 6
St. Louis 6, San Diego 2
Saturday, Oct. 8
St. Louis 7, San Diego 4, St. Louis wins
series 3-0
Atlanta vs. Houston
Wednesday, Oct. 5
Houston 10, Atlanta 5
Thursday, Oct. 6
Atlanta 7, Houston 1
Saturday, Oct. 8
Houston 7, Atlanta 3
Sunday, Oct. 9
Houston 7, Atlanta 6, 18 innings, Houston wins series 3-1
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
(Best-of-7)
American League
Tuesday, Oct. 11
Los Angeles at Chicago, 7:19 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 12
Los Angeles at Chicago, 7:19 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 14
Chicago at Los Angeles, 7:10 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 15
Chicago at Los Angeles, 7:15 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16
Chicago at Los Angeles, 7:15 p.m., if necessary
Tuesday, Oct. 18
Los Angeles at Chicago, 7:20 p.m., if necessary
Wednesday, Oct. 19
Los Angeles at Chicago, 7:20 p.m., if necessary
National League
Wednesday, Oct. 12
Houston (Pettitte 17-9) at St. Louis (Carpenter 21-5), 7:19 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 13
Houston at St. Louis, 7:19 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 15
St. Louis at Houston, 3:25 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16
St. Louis at Houston, 3:35 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 17
St. Louis at Houston, 7:20 p.m., if necessary
Wednesday, Oct. 19
Houston at St. Louis, 3:20 p.m., if necessary
Thursday, Oct. 20
Houston at St. Louis, 7:20 p.m., if necessary
WORLD SERIES
(Best-of-7)
Saturday, Oct. 22
National League at American League, 7
p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 23
NL at AL, 7:10 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
AL at NL, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
AL at NL, 7:25 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 27
AL at NL, if necessary, 7:25 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 29
NL at AL, if necessary, 6:55 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 30
NL at AL, if necessary, 6:55 p.m.
ALDS Boxes
ANGELS 5, YANKEES 3
NEW YORK
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New York
Mussina L,1-1 22⁄3
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5 5 1 3
RaJohnson
41⁄3
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Gordon
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0
0 0 0 1
Los Angeles
Colon
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KEscobar
1 ⁄3
1
0 0 1 1
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SPORTS DIGEST
TV SPORTWATCH
TODAY’S LISTINGS
Major League Baseball
7 p.m. — Playoffs: ALCS: Angels at White Sox (Ch. 10,
25)
Pro Hockey
7:30 p.m. — Phoenix at Dallas (OLN)
WEDNESDAY’S LISTINGS
Major League Baseball
7 p.m. — Split national coverage of NLCS Game 1 and
ALCS Game 2 (Ch. 10, 25 and FX)
Soccer
7 p.m. — World Cup qualifier: U.S. vs. Panama
(ESPN2)
LOCAL SCHEDULE
Today’s Events
don
Prep Softball Playoffs
Prep Volleyball
Florence at St. Martin,
East Central at
1:30 p.m.
Meridian at Moss Point, McComb, 5 p.m.
St. Martin at Oak
2 p.m.
Ocean Springs at BranGrove
ry Meals; Left, Derryl Cousins; Right, Alfonso
Marquez.
T—3:29. A—45,133 (45,037).
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
Glance
All Times CST
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
New Jersey
2 1 0 4
10
8
N.Y. Rangers 1 1 2 4
12 13
Pittsburgh
0 1 3 3
11
18
Philadelphia
1 1 0 2
8
7
N.Y. Islanders 1 2 0 2
8
11
Northeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Montreal
3 0 0 6
11
8
Ottawa
3 0 0 6
14
7
Buffalo
3 1 0 6
13 12
Boston
2 2 0 4
13 14
Toronto
0 1 2 2
11
14
Southeast Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Florida
3 1 0 6
8
3
Atlanta
2 1 0 4
15
6
Tampa Bay
2 2 0 4
9
9
Washington
2 2 0 4
10 19
Carolina
1 2 0 2
7
10
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Detroit
3 1 0 6
17
11
Nashville
2 0 0 4
6
4
Chicago
1 2 0 2
11
11
Columbus
1 2 0 2
6
8
St. Louis
0 3 0 0
10 16
Northwest Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Vancouver
2 0 1 5
10
8
Edmonton
2 0 0 4
8
6
Minnesota
1 1 1 3
8
7
Colorado
1 1 0 2
6
6
Calgary
1 2 0 2
9
13
Pacific Division
W L OT Pts GF GA
Los Angeles
2 1 0 4
9
8
Anaheim
1 0 1 3
7
6
Dallas
1 1 0 2
7
7
Phoenix
1 2 0 2
6
7
San Jose
1 2 0 2
12 15
Two points for a win, one point for overtime
loss or shootout loss.
Sunday’s Games
Detroit 6, Calgary 3
Columbus 3, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 1, OT
Monday’s Games
Washington 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Florida 3, N.Y. Islanders 1
Buffalo 3, Pittsburgh 2, OT
Ottawa 6, Toronto 5, SO
Vancouver 4, Detroit 2
Boston 4, Tampa Bay 2
Calgary at Colorado, (n)
Edmonton at Anaheim, (n)
Today’s Games
Ottawa at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
Wednesday’s Games
Montreal at Atlanta, 6 p.m.
Washington at Carolina, 6 p.m.
Vancouver at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
Nashville at Colorado, 8 p.m.
Columbus at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
Boston at Florida, 6 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 6 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 6 p.m.
Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
Dallas at Calgary, 8 p.m.
Nashville at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Detroit at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
NASCAR
Nextel Cup
Schedule-Winners
(x-non-points race)
Feb. 12 — x-Budweiser Shootout (Jimmie
Johnson)
Feb. 20 — Daytona 500 (Jeff Gordon)
Feb. 27 — Auto Club 500 (Greg Biffle)
March 13 — UAW-DaimlerChrysler 400
(Jimmie Johnson)
March 20 — Golden Corral 500 (Carl
Edwards)
April 3 — Food City 500 (Kevin Harvick)
April 10 — Advance Auto Parts 500 (Jeff
Gordon)
April 17 — Samsung/RadioShack 500
(Greg Biffle)
April 23 — Subway Fresh 500 (Kurt Busch)
May 1 — Aaron’s 499 (Jeff Gordon)
May 7 — Dodge Charger 500 (Greg Biffle)
May 14 — Chevy American Revolution 400
(Kasey Kahne)
May 21 — x-All-Star Challenege (Mark
Martin)
May 29 — Coca-Cola 600 (Jimmie Johnson)
June 5 — MBNA America 400 (Greg Biffle)
June 12 — Pocono 500 (Carl Edwards)
June 19 — Michigan 400 (Greg Biffle)
June 26 — Dodge/Save Mart 350 (Tony
Stewart)
July 2 — Pepsi 400 (Tony Stewart)
July 10 — USG Sheetrock 400 (Dale Earnhardt, Jr.)
July 17 — New England 300 (Tony Stewart)
July 24 — Pennsylvania 500 (Kurt Busch)
Aug. 7 — Allstate 400 (Tony Stewart)
Aug. 14 — Sirius at The Glen (Tony Stewart)
Aug. 21 — GFS Marketplace 400 (Jeremy
Mayfield)
Aug. 27 — Sharpie 500 (Matt Kenseth)
Sept. 4 — SONY HD 500 (Kyle Busch)
Sept. 10 — Chevy Rock & Roll 400 (Kurt
Busch)
Sept. 18 — Sylvania 300 (Ryan Newman)
Sept. 25 — MBNA 400 (Jimmie Johnson)
Oct. 2 — UAW-Ford 500 (Dale Jarrett)
Oct. 9 — Banquet 400 (Mark Martin)
Oct. 15 — UAW-GM Quality 500, Concord,
N.C.
Oct. 23 — Subway 500, Martinsville, Va.
Oct. 30 — Bass Pro Shops MBNA 400,
Hampton, Ga.
Nov. 6 — Dickies 500, Fort Worth, Texas
Nov. 13 — Checker Auto Parts 500, Avondale, Ariz.
Nov. 20 — Ford 400, Homestead, Fla.
Nextel Cup
Points Leaders
1. Tony Stewart, 5684
2. Ryan Newman, 5609
3. Greg Biffle, 5596
4. Rusty Wallace, 5594
5. Jimmie Johnson, 5592
6. Carl Edwards, 5589
7. Mark Martin, 5571
8. Matt Kenseth, 5568
9. Jeremy Mayfield, 5527
10. Kurt Busch, 5460
11. Kevin Harvick, 3417
12. Jamie McMurray, 3416
13. Elliott Sadler, 3415
14. Jeff Gordon, 3336
15. Joe Nemechek, 3325
16. Dale Jarrett, 3319
17. Brian Vickers, 3317
Heat, Spurs
game benefits
Katrina victims
From Wire Reports
MIAMI — The Miami Heat and hurricane
relief charities came away winners Monday
night.
Miami opened the preseason by beating the
NBA champion San Antonio Spurs 103-101 in a
game added to the schedule to benefit victims
of Hurricane Katrina. A check for $1.1 million
was presented at halftime to the American Red
Cross, Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army
and Feed the Poor.
“It’s great to be able to do something for people,” Heat coach Stan Van Gundy said.
The game drew a capacity crowd of 19,600,
with many tickets donated, and the teams gave
fans what they came to see: dunks by Shaquille
O’Neal, breakneck drives by Dwyane Wade and
plenty of firepower from the Spurs.
Following a timeout with 2.4 seconds left,
Heat rookie Kevin Braswell hit a layup for the
winning score.
“On the bench Shaq said, ‘The ball’s coming
to you,”’ Braswell said. “With all the people in
the stands, it felt great.”
As officials reviewed a TV replay to make
sure Braswell beat the buzzer, Spurs coach
Gregg Popovich urged them to let the basket
stand.
“It was a great night,” Popovich said. “It was a
win-win for everybody. It was really great for the
people who were so unfortunate during the hurricane.”
Cavaliers 116, Wizards 94
WASHINGTON — LeBron James and Drew
Gooden scored 16 points each to lead the
Cleveland Cavaliers to a 116-94 victory over the
Washington Wizards in their preseason opener
Monday night.
Reserve forward Awvee Storey had 14 points
and six rebounds to lead the Wizards. He shot
6-for-7 from the field in 22 minutes.
Antawn Jamison and Antonio Daniels scored
13 points apiece, and Gilbert Arenas added 12
points and six rebounds in 26 minutes for
Washington.
HOCKEY
Panthers 3, Islanders 1
UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Florida’s Roberto Luongo made 29 saves, including a penalty-shot
stop in the third period, and earned his first
non-shutout win of the season by holding off
the New York Islanders 3-1 Monday.
Capitals 3, Rangers 2
WASHINGTON — Rookie Alex Ovechkin
scored the winning goal on a power play in the
third period, and Olie Kolzig made 30 saves for
Washington.
Sabres 3, Penguins 2, OT
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jochen Hecht jammed in
a loose puck from in close with 20 seconds left
in overtime for Buffalo.
Senators 6, Maple Leafs 5, SO
OTTAWA — Dany Heatley scored the lone
goal of the shootout to give Ottawa the victory.
Canucks 4, Red Wings 2
DETROIT — Anson Carter scored with 8:46
remaining to break the final tie and Vancouver
(2-0-1) remained unbeaten while handing
Detroit (3-1-0) its first loss of the season.
Bruins 4, Lightning 2
TAMPA, Fla. — Brian Leetch scored his first
goal for Boston and P.J. Axelsson had a goal
and an assist for the Bruins.
Price, Time Inc. settle defamation suit
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Texas-El
Paso football coach Mike Price felt vindicated after a settlement was reached
with Time Inc. over a Sports Illustrated article recounting a night of drinking at a topless bar in Florida.
“I’m one happy man right now,” Price
said Monday. “I can’t tell you how much
I appreciated my wife, Joyce, and my
family’s loyalty and love. Without their
strength, encouragement and support
I don’t know if I would have made it.”
Price sued the magazine for $20 million, claiming he was defamed and
slandered by a story detailing his
actions the night he visited a topless
bar in Pensacola, Fla., in April 2003
while still head coach at Alabama.
He acknowledged being heavily
intoxicated, but denied allegations of
sex at his hotel that the magazine
reported. Alabama fired Price a few
days before the article was published.
Price, who made his comments during UTEP’s regularly scheduled weekly news conference, said he couldn’t
discuss any details of the settlement
reached late Friday. In a statement,
the publisher did not disclose terms
but said suit was “amicably resolved.”
“Mr. Price asserts that certain events
were falsely reported in the story.
Sports Illustrated continues to stand
behind its story,” the Time Inc. state-
ment said. Time Inc. owns Sports Illustrated.
Rick McCabe, a spokesman for Time
Inc., said the settlement also resolved
Price’s claims against reporter Don
Yaeger, who wrote the Sports Illustrated article and still works for the
magazine.
The lawsuit was closely watched in
part because it developed into a fight
over the magazine’s right to protect
confidential sources it said were used in
the report.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals ruled in July that Alabama
law did not protect Sports Illustrated
from having to identify a confidential
source whose identity was sought by
Price’s attorney, Steven Heninger of
Birmingham, Ala. The court said the
law specifically protected newspapers
and broadcast news reports, but not
magazines.
McCabe declined comment on
whether the magazine or Yaeger had
turned over the names of sources used
in the story.
In a phone interview Monday,
Heninger said Lori “Destiny”
Boudreaux, a dancer at the Pensacola
bar where Price was drinking, gave a
sworn affidavit saying she was Yaeger’s
confidential source. The affidavit was
not part of the 11th circuit’s record
Saints games at LSU not idea on future
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Saints
do not view ticket sales for their four games
in Baton Rouge this season as a barometer
of Louisiana’s ability to support an NFL
team for the long term, a top team official
said Monday night.
“I don’t believe anybody’s looking at this as
any kind of referendum. We’ve been in
Louisiana for 38 years,” said Arnold Fielkow,
Saints executive vice president of administration. “We’ve got tremendous fans and
have had tremendous support from our fan
base. We understand we’re in some unusual and difficult times and all we can ask of
our fans is to continue to support us.”
The Saints were in Baton Rouge to meet
with Louisiana reporters about their plans
for the games they will play in LSU’s Tiger
Stadium.
Since tickets for those games went on
sale three weeks ago, the Saints have sold
30,000 tickets for their Oct. 30 matchup
against Miami — a game with the added
allure of Dolphins coach Nick Saban’s return
to LSU, where he won a BCS national title.
Although Tiger Stadium holds 92,400
fans, the Saints are listing a sellout figure of
79,000 because LSU did not want its west
upper deck — which has been used for LSU
games but remains partly under construction — opened for NFL games.
The Saints also will be able to sell 70
suites, many of which already have been
bought by LSU suite holders, who were given the first chance to buy them for Saints
games as part of the deal with the university,
Fielkow said. He was not aware of how
many suites remained available for each
game.
Before the Louisiana Superdome was
heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina, the
Saints had about 100 suites rented for the
season in New Orleans and were selling
more for individual games. The Saints can
sell a maximum of 34 suites per game at the
Alamodome in San Antonio, where the team
has played one home game and has two
more scheduled.
Although the Saints have relocated most
day-to-day operations to San Antonio for at
least this season, Fielkow said longtime
fans in Louisiana and the Gulf region should
not feel snubbed. He stressed that the Saints
were kicked out of their suburban New
Orleans headquarters by federal emergency
officials and the military, which commandeered the facility as an emergency base
for their storm relief efforts.
He added that Baton Rouge was overwhelmed right after the storm by evacuees
who occupied facilities at LSU and left a
shortage of hotel rooms in the region.
The Saints’ other games in Baton Rouge
will be against Chicago on Nov. 6, Tampa
Bay on Dec. 4 and Carolina on Dec. 18. The
NFL has not decided whether to enforce
television blackout rules for the Baton Rouge
games.
when it ruled, he said.
Heninger said her account to the
magazine was based on hearsay and
not direct knowledge of what happened
in Price’s hotel room.
“She was never in the room. No sex.
She merely told Yeager there were two
people there. That’s all they had,” he
said.
Heninger also issued the following
statement through Price: “We have
won every legal battle at every corner.
We think we have vindicated his name.
Two and a half years ago we said we
would, and we think we have.”
Price also reiterated that he was
unjustly fired from Alabama.
Saints
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against Atlanta in Tulane Stadium in New Orleans.
“I have a lot of confidence in
our team,” Haslett said. “We’ve
overcome a lot in the past year
and the last couple of months.
“(The loss against Green
Bay) was enough for a lifetime.
Anytime you lose a player like
Deuce you have to have him
surrounded by people who can
pick up their game. Everybody
has to play better.”
Haslett said McAllister ’s
playing time will be split
between Aaron Stecker and
Antowain Smith.
Stecker has 646 yards in five
seasons, but he’s overcoming
an ankle sprain that’s sidelined
him the past two weeks.
The Saints signed Smith, a
No. 1 draft choice of the Buffalo Bills in 1997, to a free
agent contract during the offseason. He’s twice had 1,000yard rushing seasons, including the 2001 season when he
had a game-high 92 yards for
New England in Super Bowl
XXXVI.
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Braves have feeling like ‘Groundhog Day’
By PAUL NEWBERRY
The Associated Press
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Atlanta’s Brian Jordan adds to the donation pile as he cleans out his locker on Monday in Atlanta. The Braves’ season ended Sunday after an 18-inning loss to the
Houston Astros.
ATLANTA — The Atlanta
Braves are like Bill Murray's
character in “Groundhog Day,”
forced to replay the same dreadful scene over and over again.
Murray’s conceited weatherman finally got it right.
The Braves will have to try
again next year.
For the fourth straight season
and fifth time in six years,
Atlanta failed to get past the first
round of the playoffs. The Braves
remain stuck on one World Series
championship during their amazing run of 14 straight division
titles. For some reason, the team
that always plays so well during
the regular season just can’t carry it over to the postseason.
This time, the Braves were
knocked out by the longest game
in postseason history, an 18inning marathon that finally
ended when little-known Chris
Burke homered off rookie reliever Joey Devine to give the Houston Astros a 7-6 victory Sunday.
The Astros won the best-offive series 3-1 and moved on to
meet St. Louis in the NL championship series. The Braves
returned to Atlanta, trying to figure out where it all went wrong
(the bullpen would be a good
place to start).
The bitter taste of another
postseason defeat was lessened a
bit by the Braves’ run to the NL
East championship.
Manager Bobby Cox made do
with a roster full of rookies —
18 made it to the majors — after
several key players went down
with injuries. McCann, Jeff
Francoeur, Ryan Langerhans,
Kelly Johnson, Kyle Davies, Wilson Betemit and Pete Orr all
played surprisingly significant
roles, teaming with Andruw
Jones to keep the streak of division titles going.
Jones (51 homers, 128 RBIs)
had the greatest season of his
career and figures to be among
the top three in the MVP balloting. His numbers were especially remarkable considering his
lack of offensive support _ he
had 30 more homers and 50
more RBIs than anyone else on
the team.
John Smoltz held up well
much of the season in his return
to the rotation, going 14-7 with a
3.06 ERA and a team-leading
229 2-3 innings. But he came
down with a sore shoulder and
pitched only once in the playoffs
(picking up the Braves’ lone win).
Considering his history of
injuries — granted, four previous
surgeries all involved his elbow
— Atlanta must be concerned
with how he’ll bounce back from
such a grueling year at age 38.
While most of the team is
under contract or too young for
free agency, the lineup will have
a major hole if the Braves fail
to re-sign shortstop Rafael Furcal. The potential free agent batted .284 with 12 homers, 58 RBIs
and a career-best 46 stolen bases.
Betemit could take over at
shortstop, but Atlanta doesn’t
have anyone to fill the leadoff
role as well as Furcal.
The other major task facing
general manager John Schuerholz this season is rebuilding a
bullpen that was abysmal from
opening day.
The Braves took much of the
year to settle on Kyle
Farnsworth as the closer after
both Dan Kolb and Chris Reitsma flopped in the role. Atlanta
went into the postseason with a
makeshift group of relievers that
included Reitsma, Jim Brower
(picked up after being released
by San Francisco), John Foster
(out of baseball until the Braves
signed him in early days of
spring training), Macay McBride
(only 14 big league innings) and
Devine (started the season at
North Carolina State).
Rebels begin tough SEC
stretch with No. 6 Alabama
OXFORD (AP) — Now it
really gets difficult for Ed Orgeron.
Fresh off a 20-point victory
over the overmatched Citadel,
Orgeron and the Ole Miss
Rebels face a rigorous second
half of the season, starting this
week against No. 6 Alabama.
Half of their six remaining
games are against nationally
ranked Southeastern Conference teams. And unless the
Rebels (2-3, 0-2 SEC) can
spring at least one upset, Orgeron will become the first Ole
Miss coach since 1994 to finish
his first season in Oxford with
a losing record.
Among the upcoming opponents against whom Ole Miss
likely will be a heavy underdog
are No. 21 Auburn and No. 10
LSU. The Crimson Tide (5-0, 30) are nearly a two-touchdown
favorite over the Rebels.
“This is why we came to the
SEC, to play games like this,”
Orgeron said Monday at his
weekly news conference in
Oxford. “I know our team is
going to be fired up to practice ... and they’ll be up for the
challenge.”
Not since interim coach Joe
Lee Dunn more than a decade
ago has a Rebels coach
debuted with a losing record.
Dunn, who replaced Billy
Brewer, was 4-7 in ’94, his only
season as head coach.
Tommy Tuberville replaced
him the following season and
went 6-5, and David Cutcliffe
was 8-4 in his first full season
in 1999.
Cutcliffe was fired last
December after refusing to
make changes to his staff, and
Orgeron was brought in to
energize a stagnating program.
The energy level has
increased, even if the victories
and points haven’t.
Ole Miss is next-to-last in
Playoffs
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Golden, Whitney Melton, BreAnn Dykes and Lisa Buchanon.
East Central took three
games from St. Andrew’s and
now travel to McComb with a
trip to the South State Semifinals on the line.
St. Martin is in a similar situation after improving to 13-4
on the season with a win over
Jackson-Murrah.
Raven Farmer and Bridget
Hitt have led the Lady Yellowjackets this season and will try
to do that again as they travel
to Oak Grove tonight.
A win by St. Martin would
also put the in the Class II
South State Semifinals.
JR. Wittner can be reached at
(251) 219-5553
or
[email protected]
AP
Ole Miss’ Mike Espy tries to break away from The
Citadel defenders after fumbling the ball. Ole Miss
faces some tough SEC competition of the next few
weeks begin with Alabama in Oxford Saturday.
the SEC with an average of
16.8 points per game. Against
Division I-A competition, the
Rebels are scoring barely more
than two touchdowns per
game.
They also rank in the bottom half of the SEC in virtually every meaningful offensive category, and Orgeron
traces the problems back to
spotty play at quarterback and
breakdowns in protecting him.
That spells trouble against
an Alabama defense which
ranks near the top of the
league with 17 sacks.
“We’ve been struggling, and
I think it’s obvious we’re struggling,” Orgeron said. Starter
Micheal Spurlock “has been
inconsistent to say the least,
but he has been under a lot of
pressure. We haven’t protected
the passer.”
Orgeron said the Rebels
may be closer to success than
the doubters think. Ole Miss
hung reasonably close in the
final three quarters of a 2710 loss to No. 17 Tennessee,
and eventually found a groove
last week in routing The
Citadel 27-7.
“We are not winning as
many games as I hoped we
would, but we’re competing in
every game and we’re getting
better,” Orgeron said. “I think
my team is showing improvement over the last two weeks,
and we’ll continue to improve.”
Tulsa wide receiver Landon Keople gets sandwiched between Southern Miss
defensive back Brandon Sumrall and linebacker Travis Coley (18) in the Golden Hurricanes’ win over the Golden Eagles Saturday.
USM
From Page 1-B
victory over Southern Miss (2-2, 1-1) in just its
sixth home Conference USA loss since the
league was formed in 1996.
The challenge this week is to right the ship
and prepare for a surprising Central Florida
team that in its first season in
the league is the last remaining
team unbeaten in C-USA play.
Behind 290 yards passing and
three touchdowns from Steven
Moffett, UCF (3-2, 2-0) dominated Memphis 38-17 and took sole
possession of first place in the East Division.
UCF had 551 total yards, and Kevin Smith
had 164 yards rushing and outgained Tigers
Heisman Trophy candidate DeAngelo
Williams.
“They have a lot of balance on offense, and
their running game has picked it up, especially last week,” Bower said.
Southern Miss must spend part of this week
getting itself right, Bower said. The Golden
Eagles seemed flat against the
Golden Hurricane.
“We can always play more
intense and everyone can play
harder,” Bower said. “Some guys
need to play better, but for us
to be any good, we’ve got to get
them all doing it. The mental
part of the preparation is something that
we’ve got to stress. We weren’t very smart
on defense.”
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Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 620
Condos/Townhouses . . . . . . . . . . . . 625
Furnished Rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .630
Furnished Apartments . . . . . . . . . . . 635 Accounting/Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800
Furnished Houses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 640 Air Conditioning/Heating . . . . . . . . 805
Unfurnished Apartments . . . . . . . . . 645 Appliance Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 807
Clerical
Office
Home Based Office
1 day/wk. Phone &
Computer. Good pay
DOE, will train. Moss
Point. 228-623-4872 ■
FRONT DESK
RECEPTIONIST
Must be professional as
duties require greeting public
& answer multi-line phones.
Requires some nights/some
Saturdays. Several positions
available.
Apply at
CHRIS MEYERS AUTO
MALL
Daphne, AL Tuesday-Friday
or call 251-626-2641
General
Office/Receptionist. Exp.
req. 28 hrs wkly. No weekends. Resume to: P O Box
850818, Mobile, AL 36685
Administrative
Assistant/
Accountant
SERVICES
107
Clerical
Office
SECRETARY FOR
FAIRHOPE LAW FIRM, 5
years Exp required, Word
perfect Knowledgeable,
Send Resume to: Atttn:
Personnel P.O. Box 1031,
Fairhope, AL 36533
109
ComputerData
Processing
CPA Firm seeks a
Tax Preparer with 3-5
years of
experience. Send resume to
Firm Administrator, 3103
Pasca
goula St., Pascagoula, MS,
39567 or fax to 228-762-4498
COPY CLERK
Will Train-$11/hr
Call 251-473-8844.
answer phones, make copies,
fax orders, and take payments.
Perm $175 #358.
FULL BENEFITS AVAILCROWNE HEALTHCARE ABLE
IMMEDIATE OPENING!
OF MOBILE, a 172 Bed
skilled nursing facility is
accepting
resumes for our
BOOKKEEPING/
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
MANAGER
Position. Excellent
opportunities w/great benefits. Interested applicants
must have
Medicare/Medicaid/Private
insurance billing experience. Nursing Home experience
preferred. For more info
contact us at: 251-473-8684
or email: [email protected]
crownemanagement.com
Answering Service
Operators, Evenings, Full
Time/ Part Time. 251-6395898
Computer Tech
111
Law office-computer, typing, phone skills required.
Resumes to: The Mobile
Register PO Box #2488-408,
Mobile, AL 36630
P.O. Box 1444
Non smoking CAREGIVER
Mobile, AL 36633
needed for elderly female.
Equal Opportunity Employer Sat. & Sun. 6 hrs ea day.
251-342-3754
WANTED
Family of four looking for
a NANNY with experienc.
SECRETARY 3 to 4 days a week.
Children 11 & 15 yrs old.
Small company looking for a 251-679-5865.
SECRETARY who can work
in a semi laid-back environment. Must have reasonably
good computer skills. Pay
will be discussed at interview.
Please fax resume 251-9573805
G
GULF SHORES ESCROW Mature Person needed to
DISBURSEMENT requires help Elderly Lady. P/T.
great organizational skills. Day/Nights. Non-smoker.
Ocean Springs/Vancleave
Title exp a plus. Fax
area. 228-826-2206■
resume 251-948-7543
Attn: Night Owls. Full
Construction Job Site
Time Answering Service
Operator, Grave Yard. 251- Secretary needed for
major project on Mobile
639-5899
Infirmary Campus. Must
AC Company accepting
have proficient computer
applications for office secskills Windows 2000/XP and
retary and installers.
Microsoft Office including
Great pay plus benefits
Excel. Type 60WPM,
inclluding free medical and
answer phone lines, file,
dental insurance. Apply in
type correspondence. Work
person at Grayson Air
with Superintendent and
Conditioning, 7200 Cottage
Project Manager. EOC.
Hill Rd. next to Region’s
Fax resume with referBank. 251-633-5665
ences to 205-803-0224
CLASSIFIEDS WORK FOR YOU!
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Owner Operators
Do You Want Good Work
From a Good Container
Company?
* That is locally owned and
operates in the southeast
* That has few overnight runs
and you are home most
weekends.
* That has plenty of freight
with
quick settlements
* That pays fuel and safe
operations incentives
* Sign on bonus
CALL 1-800-626-5682
ASK FOR RAYMOND
Need person with
Computer graphic art and
color
management skills.
Experience in large format
A&M Portables
inkjett printing, and adhesive vinyl applications.
Inc.
Salary and benefits comNow Hiring Local Route
mensurate with ability.
Driver, CDL Preferred.
Send resume to: A.
Health
Cassity, PO Box 7200,
Insurance & Benefits Avail.
Mobile, AL 36670
Health card required. We are
Fast Paced IT Company
seeks highly motivated field
service technician, minimum
Well organized individual
3 years experience required,
with Microsoft skills needed
A+ Certificate required,
to keep corporate documents, IBM, HP Service, E-mail
reconcile bank statements,
resume to:
file 941’s, pay monthly bills
[email protected]
and keep records for multiple
companies. Peachtree experiDomestic
ence a plus. Accounting experience needed, CPA not
P/T MANAGER/RECEPrequired.We
offer
a
congenial
TIONIST for Mobile Home
working atmosphere, compet- Needed Live in
Needed.
Must
have Park. 251- 583-8340; 937-7700 itive wages and benefits. For Sitter/Companion for 82 yr
QuickBooks exp. Fax resume After 1pm
consideration to this opportu- old female. Room & Board,
to: 251-473-3799. Incl. salary
nity mail your resume with
private room + small
req. No phone calls please
salary requirement to:
salary. 251-605-3792
Bookkeeper/
Receptionist
113
Attorneys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 810
Backhoe/Dozier Work . . . . . . . . . . . 815
Bath Tubs & Tiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 820
Building/Contracting . . . . . . . . . . . . 825
Carpentry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 827
Carpet Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .830
Child Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 835
Computer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 837
Concrete/Masonry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 840
Decorating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 843
Dirt and Top Soil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 845
Domestics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 847
Elderly Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 848
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850
Home Improvement . . . . . . . . . . . . . 853
House Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 855
Investigators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860
Lawn Care/Landscaping . . . . . . . . . 865
Loans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 870
Medical Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 875
Miscellaneous Services . . . . . . . . . 880
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CLASS B CDL DRIVERS
FOR FAST GROWING
LUMBER & MILLWORK
COMPANY. Local Delivery
area. Must pass Drug
screen, Background check
and DMV. Knowledge of
local area a must. Good
benefits and Pay. Call John
Owens at 251-479-5412
(Builder Resource)
ACTION ADS
a Drug Free Co. 251-679-0933
WEST READY MIX
Exp’d Ready Mix
DRIVERS w/ Clean MVR
Apply at 6295 Hogg Rd.,
Eight Mile, AL 36613.
Calll 251-679-1052
113
Painting/Wallpapering . . . . . . . . . . . 883
Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 885
Pool Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 890
Roof/Gutter Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893
Septic Tank & Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . 895
Tree Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 897
TV/VCR/Satellite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 898
Window Tinting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 899
TRANSPORTATION
■ Indicates Mississippi Ads
Antiques & Collectibles . . . . . . . . . . 910
Cars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 920
Cars Under $2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 930
Sport Cars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940
Sport Utility Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . 950
Trucks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 960
Vans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 970
Motorcycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 980
Vehicle Rental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 985
Vehicle Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 990
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Barrow Furniture
Seeks experienced
Warehouse Drivers. Must
have good driving record.
Apply at Barrow
Furniture, 1784 West I-65
Service Rd. S., Mobile, AL
36693
Evergreen
Transportation
OTR & LOCAL DRIVERS
Must be 23 yrs of age.
Clean MVR, hold a Class A
CDL.
BC/BS, paid vacation, 401k,
$600 sign-on bonus
For all drivers
Guaranteed $600 first
3 wks of employment
Rangeline Rd., Mobile
251-660-9570
CLASS A CDL DRIVER
Needed. Haz-Mat & Tanker
exp. a must. Apply at
Mobile Solvent, KushlaMcLeod Rd.
CDL
Drivers Needed
Local Hauls Home Daily.
Excellent Pay, Excellent
Benefits. BC/BS, Profit
Sharing, 401K, Credit Union,
Vacation Pay, and More. So
give Angie a call at 800-8446458. Or visit our
website
at
www.billybarnes.net
Dump Drivers needed.
Trailer, Tri-Axle Trucks.
Class A CDL Req. Exp A
Must. 251-653-5410
Mechanic
Night Mechanic
HTI
CDL A Drivers Needed, 2-4
Weeks Out, New Pay Rate,
Mileage + Drop Pay, 401K &
Direct Deposit. One Year
Experience Required. Contact
Martin Baker: 251-653-0370 or
800-966-7092
Class A CDL Drivers
Needed. Great Benefits. 2
yrs. exp. required. Decent
MVR. Must be 25 yrs. or
older to apply. Call MonFri., 8am-5pm 251-456-6950.
Drug and alcohol free
employer.
★★★★
AAA ASPHALT
TANKER
DRIVERS WANTED
Company Drivers & Owner
DRIVERS NEEDED NOW!
operators. Must be 23 Yrs
Start at $11/hr plus
Old, 2.5 Years OTR
bonus pay
Experience. Regional Work
& Some Local Work. Call
● Must have Class A CDL
Randy at Safeway
with
Transportation 8am-5pm
Tanker and Hazmat
251-694-7000
endorsements, plus 2 years tractor-
Driver’s be with the best!
trailer experience.
We are building a compa- ● Must have clean MVR and
ny to be the best, the best be
paid, the most professionat least 23 yrs of age.
● Good pay and benefit pack
al & the safest. If your
age: vac pay, sick pay,
willing to be the best call
holiday pay, bonus pay,
us for an interview at
BC/BS ins., etc.
601-766-7632
WANT ADS
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ROUTE DELIVERY
DRIVERS NEEDED
We offer paid vacations, excellent benefits, incentive programs and more! Good
Driving Record A Must! Drug
screen and physical are
required. Come Join Our
Tri-Axle Dump Truck
Family by applying in person,
Driver Needed, Must Have Mon-Thurs from 9AM-3:30PM
1 Year Exp & Clean MVR. at Gulf Distributing Co, 3378
Moffett Rd, Mobile, AL 36607.
Call 251-957-6158
EOE.
NO
TELEPHONE
CALLS PLEASE.
Needed for Mobile area
trucking co. to perform minor
DRIVERS with Dump
Trucks or Dump Trailers & & major repairs. Must have
own tools. Pay based on exp.
4 Wheel Drive Trucks haul- Major medical, dental, 401k &
ing debris for FEMA. $3.50 paid holidays. Call Joe @ 251- $4.75/Yard. 251-583-3114
661-1232.
WAREHOUSE/DELIVERY
CLASS A CDL Required.
Fax resume/qualifications
to 251-476-1296
113
Call BALDWIN TRANSFER
at
433-3391, ext 114
★★★★
Professional
Drivers Needed
Full and part-time professional Drivers needed to pull
tankers in the Southeast.
Applicants must be at least 23
years of age or older with at
least 2 years tractor trailer
experience or 1 year tanker
experience and DOT qualified. Applicants must also
have Class ‘‘A’’ CDL tanker
and Hazmat endorsements.
EXCELLENT BENEFITS
PKG
Excellent Pay
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Medical Insurance
Dental Insurance
Prescription Card
Group Life insurance. AD&D
Two week paid vacation
based
on previous year’s avg.
weekly earnings.
401 (K) with company match
Annual safety bonus program
Quarterly safety & Service
Bonus
Uniforms
251-457-6691
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No
Exp. Req’d. Werner has
immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers.
Our average driver earns
more than $36K first yr.
60% Werner drivers get
home nightly or weekly.
15 day CDL training now
offered in your area. For
a new career call Today
1-866-280-5309
LOCAL SHUTTLE
DRIVER
NEEDED NOW!
Work close to home! Good
pay and benefit package!
Call now if you meet the
uirements:
following requ
* Class A CDL
* Minimum 2 years tractor
trailer exp.
* Clean MVR
* At least 23 yrs of age
Must be willing to work shift
work (2 weeks on days and
2 weeks on nights).
Call Baldwin Transfer at
433-3391, ext 114
WANT ADS
6-B
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
SERVICE
DIRECTORY
“Business and Home”
TO ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS SERVICE
CALL: 934-1463 • 934-1476 • 934-1441 • 934-1477
WE SERVE ALL OF JACKSON,
GEORGE AND GREENE COUNTIES.
• ALL OF THESE CLASSIFICATIONS ARE TO BE PAID IN ADVANCE UNLESS A
CREDIT APPLICATION HAS BEEN SUBMITTED AND APPROVED FOR BILLING.
Business
Services
815
Backhoe /
Dozer Work
DOZER, Track-hoe work.
Dirt of all types.
Ponds & Custom work.
475-9254 or 218-4526
COTTON’S DOZER
WORK Top soil, fill dirt,
trackhoe & dozer.
228-588-6381 / 228-990-7490
/ 228-990-7722
825
Building
Contracting
Residential &
Commercial Remodeling,
Roofing, Sheetrock &
Flooring. Free estimates.
588-1159 or 217-2695
CMC
Water-Wind-Fire-Damage
Work w/Insurance Co.
Comm/Res 1-800-452-8515
Main Street
Builders, LLC
Local
Custom
Builder
State Licensed
25 Years Exp.
“We Warranty What We Build”
Call
DUNCAN NOBLE, JR.
848
Elderly
Care
I SIT For the ELDERLY
in your home.
References available.
M-F 8-5, 228-990-9332
Home
853
Improvement
Rainey Builders, Roof
Repair, Vinyl Repair,
Free Est, Licensed &
Insured. (601)770-8007
ROACH FENCE DECKS
& Remodeling
Reasonable rates
Quality work
475-0528 or 228-355-05541
TOP GUARD
Remodeling & Roofing
We do it all!
228-522-0900
R & D REMODELING
Drywall, carpentry,
painting, texture. Free
est. 475-0542 / 249-4567
A-to-Z FENCE & DECKS
Repair/Replace damaged
privacy, cyclone or
other fences. Free est.
Licensed & Insured.
228-238-7587
COVERALL; Roofing,
Drywall, Fences, etc,
Free Est. Your home
improvement
professional. Licensed
&
Insured (251)990-8572/
850-221-8069
(228)341-1009 (228)497-5800
Hands Construction
4400 Vancleave Rd., Gautier, MS
Home Remodeling,
Repair & Maintenance
No job too small!!
Licensed & Bonded
228-475-4930
FOUNDATION REPAIR
REMODELING SPECIALIST
1
Licensed & Insured
228-806-1979
Quality Home
Improvements, additions,
repairs, tile, painting,
decks, elect., plumbing,
pressure washing. John
228-474-1321 / Cell 355-0421
MAR-KEY
CONSTRUCTION
Residental, commerical,
remodeling, MS licensed.
Competitive Rates.
Free est. (601)508-1222
830
Carpet
Service
Professional Carpet
Cleaning w/Free Teflon
protector. New truck
mounted equipment.
Please Call Pro-Clean
228-282-2497
835
Child
Care
A BERRY SPECIAL
PLACE Daycare has
openings. For info call
228-475-2143/ 228-475-4844
CHILD CARE
24 hrs. Christian Home
***Drop-ins Welcomed***
228-497-8109
USE
THE
CLASSIFIEDS
TO SELL, BUY,
TRADE, FIND
1/2“ Hardwood Plank
Liquidation 4ftX6in @
$2.89 sq ft, 1-866-509-8453
SAM WALLS
CONSTRUCTION
Roofing & Remodeling
228-249-9767
REMODELING,
Additions, Roofingshingle /metal, Masonry,
Local contractor,
Licensed, Bonded &
nsured. 228-623-4679
In
MULTI CRAFT
DEMO
Sheetrock Removal,
Sheetrock Installation,
Tree Removal,
228-217-0337
113
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READY MIX
TRUCK DRIVERS
Needed.
Good benefits package.
SIGN ON
BONUS!
865
Landscaping
Husband & Wife
Lawn Mowing
& Leaf Mulching
Free est. 228-217-6200
AFFORDABLE LAWN
CARE & TREE SERVICE
Free Est. / Call 324-7404
HURRICANE DEBRIS
Clean-up, tree removal,
lawn maintenance &
care. Grass Goblin Lawn
Care 228-806-4911
Creative Landscaping
Avail for Hurricane
receonstruction
developemnt on new &
exixsting properties.
resaonable rates. 228-4974199/ Call for Free Est.
Christine Ravens
thank you & GOd BLess
880Miscellaneous
Services
BUY JUNK CARS
Free Tow Offs!
228-235-2122
COAST-TO-COAST
Remodeling, painting,
roofing, sheetrock, tree
work, etc, etc, No job
too large or too small.
Please call. 936-827-4427/
228-497-9864
G
MOLD TREATMENT,
SHEET REMOVAL &
Replacement. Locally
owned & operated.
Licensed & Insured.
Crediit cards accepted.
228-366-0443/ 228-424-3632
NEED PHOTOS?
For Insurance Purposes,
For Hurricane Damages,
& also Photo Resoration,
Memories Portraits
228-475-68831
BANKRUPTCY
PETITIONS $300/Up,
Noncontested legal petitions.
$200/Up. Call 228-623-9820
FOUR SEASONS
LAWN CARE
Debris & Tree Removal.
Complete Lawn Care
Service. 228-355-0373
ned &
Locally own
operated
Hurricane Clean-up,
Trees, Debris, Sheetrock
Roof patching, etc.
Any Type. Fair Pricing
228-217--1072/ 228-219-5253
RIP-OUT, ROOFING
& REMODELING
228-872-4628
HURRICANE
CLEAN-UP
Debris & Hauling,
Free Est. 228-249-1898
NC.
THE W GROUP, IN
General Contractor.
All types of commercial
& residential.
1-800-770-7710
HOUSE & PRESSURE
Washing. S & J Cleaning
Sam Wilkerson, 228588–6392/ 228-990-1921
DALE’S CABINET,
Remodeling & Roofing
All work top quality
228-990-1723/588-9501
WILL DO Minor
Alterations at En-Vogue
Beauty Salon Building,
1002 Telephone Rd.,
Pascagoula. 228-217-4558
HARRIS GUNSMITHING
Service. Let us help with
all your gun needs &
repairs. 9 years exp.
Call 475-2877 aft. 6pm
NOR DRYWALL
MIN
Repair, Most Textures
Matched, 30 yrs local
exp. 228-497-1903
Dennis’ A-1 Painting
30 yrs exp. Residential,
int / ext. Free Est .
228-522-1640/ 228-327-7658
Roof /
893Gutter
Service
Ced’s Environmental Services
Sheetrock Removal
Home/Industrial Cleaning
Pressure Washing w/
high / low pressure blast,
Chemical wash/cleanup,
228-235-4157
ROOF REPAIRS
Remodeling. Residential/
Commercial Kirk Harbin
Construction 497-5355
CARR’S PAINTING,
Plumbing, Sheet Rock,
Remodeling, Windows,
Roofs, Clean-up,
Flooring, Carpet & Tiile.
217-0337
Feeling Overwhelmed?
We can help. From
Demo to Restoration.
Call Wally & Jennifier,
228-219-3221/ 228-588-9573
20 yrs exp / Ref Avail.
855
House
Cleaning
RENT
-AMAID
497-4418
* Licensed * Bonded
* Supplies Furnished
PLUMBING,
CARPENTRY, A/C,
Clean-up &
Roofing. Call 228-327-6567
or 228-588-2992
HURRICANE DAMAGE
We remove sheetrock,
insulation, furniture,
carpet & yard clean-up.
228-475-3679 / 228-990-6253
QUALITY
FIRST
ROOFING
CO.
In Business Since 1975
Where Quality Counts
Free Estimates
Licensed &
Fully Insured
228-424-5042
FREE TOWOFF
Read the
Classifieds
of Junk Cars &
Trucks Anytime!
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
228-826-1709, 217-8171
113
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A Class A CDL Driver
w/ 2 years verifiable experience. Forklift exp. helpful.
877-226-9088 call for an
appt.
COMPANY DRIVERS
Needed for Local Work
6 days on - 2 days off
Hourly Training Pay
2 Years OTR- 25 yrss old
Tanker & HazMat
Endorsements
Call Danny 800-274-1055
or 251-443-7055. EOE.
M/F/D/V
113
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897
Tree
Service
BEST JOB!
BEST PRICE!
Over 30 Years
Experience!
We specialize in:
• Storm damaged trees
• Providing FEMA
info, who may pay
for your trees.
• Senior citizens
discounts
Licensed and Insured
228-229-9482
A TO Z TREE Hurricane
Relief. Tree removal,
stump grinding, clean-up
& dirt work. Licensed &
Insured. Senior Citizen
Discount. 228-238-7587
ASAP TREE SERVICE
& Debris removal.
228-348-0965
DOUBLE R Tree Service
& Tree Removal.
Rodney A. Rouse
601-508-4936 / 601-766-9635
WANT ADS
115
Engineers
RODMAN
General
MAKE TERMINIX
YOUR
FIRST CALL
Our customers do. As the
nation’s fastest-growing
pest control company, our
telemarketers often enjoy
inbound calls. At $8.00/hr,
the base pay is solid. But
it’s the commissions that
really make Terminix an
enviable place to telemarket.
No experience is necessary. If you can sell us on
yourself, that’s good
enough. We’ll pay you to
learn everything else you
need to know.
Please apply in person at:
7860 Cottage Hill Rd
Mobile, AL 36695
TERMINIX
Success Breeds Success
AA/EOE M/F/V/D
LOCAL LUMBER
MANUFACTURER seeks
LABORERS and
EXPERIENCED FORKLIFT
DRIVERS for both Day &
night shiifts. Immediate
openings available.
Call 251-432-0003
4
Seeking Labor Personnel
with Carpentry
Experience.
Overtime Required.
Night Shift Only 5pm-5am
Call for Interview 251-4795366
Loomis Fargo & Co is
accepting applications for
ARMORED CAR DRIVER/
GUARDS. For information
please call 690-9060
Termite & Pest
Control Tech
Position open for Termite &
Pest
Control
Technician.
Locally owned and operated.
Family
like
atmosphere.
Growing company. Great
career opportunity. Min 1 year
experience Required. Send
resume to: PPP Inc., PO Box
9115, Mobile, AL 36691.
HIRING EXP. Sheetrock,
Roofers & Laborers.
228-497-1811 Lv mess. ■
Apply Today
Start Tomorrow
$400 Weekly
Mobile Co. Has 15
Full time positions in
Areas of distribution
Painting /
883
Wallpapering
Southcoast Repair Team.
Sheetrock, carpet &
flooring removal.
Sanitizing & drying of
home/business.
Military/Senior Disc Free
est. 228-282-2337 / 826-2912
AND CALL
YOUR AD NOW!
Lawn Care /
880Miscellaneous
Services
ROOFING & LEAK
Repairs. Shingle,
Metal & Built-up.
228-249-6038
THE PHONE
TO PLACE
HOUSE CLEANING
Honest & Dependable.
Due to storm lost
customers. Ref’s avail.
475-6340 or 990-7509
DESIGNER BRICK
Work; Pressure Washing
& Painting. Charles
228-623-9277/ 228-475-4384
PICK UP
762-1112 OR
875-8144
House
Cleaning
SHEETROCK, Painting,
Roofing, Remodeling.
Local contractor.
228-497-1811 Leave mess.
OR LEARN!
JUST
855
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Call 635-1823
AUTO DETAILER Needed.
Min $400/week. Must have
exp. Start ASAP. BC/BS,
hospitalization/dental provided. Daphne location.
Call Bill 251-379-1650
MOBILEHOME
Person needed to block
& tie Mobilehomes.
Call 251-583-4998
FACTORYPackers
Will Train-$12/hr
CALL 251-473-8844 Perform
packing duties for local
manufacturer, to prepare
items
for shipping. Perm $175 #382.
CASHIER/PARKING
ATTENDANTS: PT,
(Weekend) permanent
positions avail. Cash handling exp. pref’d & good
customer skills req’d. We
offer exc benefits. EOE.
Apply in person Mon-Fri,
9am-4pm, 300 Dauphin St.
Mobile, AL 36602
BEKINS PORT CITY
MOVING
Now Hiring for the
following Postions
★ Office Personnel:
Detailed, Multi Phone
Lines, Typing, Invoice,
Customer Care, all office
duties.
★ Expd Class A CDL
Drivers: Clean MVR
Record. Local or Long haul
★ Dispatcher/Warehouse
anager: Experience
Ma
Necessary. Moving or
Freight
experience a plus.
★ Experienced Moving &
Storage Personnel
Engineers
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NEWS REPORTER
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW! No experience required. Werner
has immediate openings
ATTN: OTR DRIVERS
for entry-level semi drivVAN & FLATBED
ers. Our avg. driver earns
$1000 SIGN ON BONUS
more than $36K first year.
FOR THE FIRST SIX DRI- 60% of Werner drivers get
VERS
home nightly or weekly. 15
* up to .33 cpm * great
day CDL training now
benefits (BCBS/401K) * late offered in your area. For a
model tractors * bonus $
new career call Today.
for safety & miles * 2yrs
1(800) 350-7364.
OTR exp reqd
Wright Transportation
DRIVERS NEEDED
1-800-342-4598
Good Money - Yellow Cab
Co.
251-476-7711 After 7PM
■■■■
FLATBED DRIVER
NEEDED
FOR SHORT HAUL RUNS
OWNER/OPERATOR
w/Van or Box Truck (16’24’) and Daycab Owner.
251-621-9231, Mon-Fri, 9AM5PM.
Tarp pay, bonus pay, holiday, FLATBED DRIVERS needsick and vac pay. If you meet
ed.
these requirements:
Home weekends. 2 yrs
* at least 23 yrs of age
OTR exp.
* minimum 24 mos tractorPayed $700-$1000 wkly.
trailer exp.
BC/BS
* clean MVR
ins.
furn’d after 30 days.
* Class A CDL
800-368-2243, Atmore, AL
Call Baldwin Transfer Co at
251-433-3391 ext 111 or 128
■■■■
Local Lumber Yard seeking Class A CDL Driver.
Experience preferred.
Contact Rolo at 251-9473127, Mon-Fri, 7-4.
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General
SERVICE ROUTE PERSecuritas
SON
Security
Earn $250-$400/wk. Working
a 4 day work wk. Good
Services
trans. req. Gas allow, pd.
vac. Apply in person 28651
WE ARE ACCEPTING
ASST KENNEL position
US Hwy 98, #B-1, Daphne,
APPLICATIONS FOR SECUavail. P/T. Apply: Pet
AL next to Ruby Tuesdays. RITY OFFICERS. APPLY @
Doctor, 7451 Old Pasc. Rd., M-W-F, 10-5pm
3737 GOVT. BLVD. STE. 205
Theodore M, Tu, Th & F 1EOEM/F/D/V
2pm. No phone calls.
NUCLEAR POWER
SAWYER FURNITURE
PRODUCTION TRAINEE
COMPANY seeks exp’d
WAREHOUSE DRIVERS
No Exp. Necessary. Great
& HELPERS, CLERICAL pay, a cash bonus up to
STAFF, SALES & MAN$20,000, benefits, job secuAGEMENT TRAINEES.
rity/career advancement.
Full time. Please apply in Earn 30 days vacation with Childcare Teachers
needed. Please call 228person at 3767 Airport
pay annually, plus college
475-2143 or 228-475-4844 ■
Blvd, Mobile, AL.
tuition assistance while in
Must have valid drivers
training. HS grads/seniors,
RESIDENTIAL SALES
license, Social security
ages 17-24. Paid relocation.
card and updated police
To inquire call call 1-888You’ll work with homeownreport.
255-6289, T-F, 8-4.
ers to inspect and identify
the need for services, and
AVON - $$500 Bonus!
★★★★★★
build your business in
Earn extra $$ for Xmas! Auto Body Shop needs auto
assigned territories. We
$10 fee. ISR 251-610-9846
PREPPERS, TAPERS
seek
professional driven
and DETAILER.
GUIDES/CUSTOMER
closers with 2+ years of
251-471-9606
SERVICE
sales experience. You’ll
★★★★★★
Do you like to work
also need a clean driving
outside? Are you a people AUTO DISMANTLER
record and pre-screen drug
person? National service
and background checks.
Needed. Experienced.
actors is seeking
contra
We offer first year earning
Heritage Used Car And
energetic, enthusiastic peo- Truck Parts 251-375-2135
potential to $35K, compreple w/good communication
hensive paid training and
skills & excellent customer AAA Magic Touch Cleaners
outstanding benefits.
HIRING ALL POSITIONS Please apply in person at:
service attitude to work in
F/T & P/T 251-661-1068
downtown Mobile. Must be
7860 Cottage Hill Rd Mobile
willing to walk & work outMOVIE EXTRAS!
side. Call 251-379-14401
TERMINIX
Success Breeds Success
Earn $150-300/Day
DODGE’S STORE
AA/EOE
M/F/V/D
All
Looks/Types
Needed
GAUTIER
Call 800-260-3949 Ext 3120 The Gulf States Marine
NOW HIRING
CASHIER
Fisheries Commission
DRY CLEANER/ in
$7.50 per hour
Ocean Springs, MS is
SPOTTER
Please apply at Dodge’s
seeking a Staff
st
Store 824 Hwy 90 Wes
Good salary. Exp. necessary. Accountant. For more
Port City Cleaners 251-456- information call 228-875Gautier, MS 39553
2400
EOE
5912 ■
MECHANIC Needed.
PRESSERS/COUNTER
Contact Gerald’s
HELP. Will Train! Apply
Automotive,
at: Quality Cleaners, 630
2024 Halls Mill Rd.
Hwy 43, Saraland.
251-473-5749
Immediate openings for
reliable, hard working,
friendly Cashiers. F/T.
Apply in person at 1420 S.
Cody Rd.
G
s
NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
100 EXTRA
GENERAL
LABORERS
$7-$8-$9/Hr.
******
PRODUCTION
WORKERS
NEEDED
TELY
IMMEDIAT
ENTRY LEVEL POSITION
Sheetmetal Fabricators &
Installers. Good starting
pay and benefits. 251-4218533
AVON - ALL AREAS
Buy or sell. Free gift! Ind.
Rep.
1-800-572-4469, 645-1839
■ First Baptist Church
Vancleave is seeking
a pianist for our Sunday
8:30 traditional service
and Wednesday choir
rehearsal at 7:30pm.
Stipend plus mileage paid.
To schedule an
interview and audition
email Assoc. Pastor
Tim Wilson at
[email protected]
Women Encouraged to Apply
or call 228-826-5806
******
10 CDL A
DRIVERS
TEMP TO
PERM
******
EXP. FRONT
END LOADERS
$15hr
EXP. CRANE
OPERATORS
$24hr
5808-C Hwy 90 W, Theodore
251-653-1542
2 N Hwy 43, Saraland
251-675-8306
225 St Francis St, Mobiile
251-438-5808
WAREHOUSE/DRIVER
for local industrial supply.
Insurance/401k available.
Reply to: PO Box 16727,
Mobile, AL 36616
AUTO DETAIL MANAGER Needed, must be
hands-on working manager
w/good detail exp. $450/wk
+ benefits. Call Shane at
251-583-8676
FRONT COUNTER PERSON/
PRESSERS
No Phone Calls Please.
Apply
in Person: Hilltop
Cleaners,
89 N. Sage Ave. Mobile
36607
FOOD SERVERS
Now taking applications
for servers to work
evenings and weekends.
Please fill out appllications
at University Oaks, 650
University Blvd. South.
Call 251-661-7733
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General
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for busy Veterinary
Hospital. F/T. Computer
skills & typing required.
3110 Old Mobile Hwy.
762-1987 ■
CABLE TV INSTALLERS
NEEDED Immediately!
Get paid to train & learn.
Paid holidays & vacation.
Must have truck or van.
Please call 251-621-0505 for
directions to 25476
Friendship Rd, Suite E,
Daphne
EXP. PET GROOMER
needed for established
clientele. Apply at: Pet
Harbor Veterinary
Hospital, 3110 Old Mobile
Hwy, Pascagoula 762-1987
■
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General
DO YOU HAVE A FULL
SIZE PICK-UP TRUCK?
NEED TO MAKE $575.00
PLUS PER WEEK? WANT
A JOB WITH A FUTURE?
WE HAVE JOBS WITH
NATIONAL COMPANIES
THAT CAN TURN INTO
NGE CAREERS.
LONG RAN
CCI PROMOTES FROM
WITHIN. CALL MATT @
251-660-0638
Large company has immediate openings for a
GARAGE DOOR SERVICE
TECHNICIAN. Experience
preferred. Great benefits
include 401K, medical, dental, life & disability insurance. Must have valid drivers license and pass drug
screen. Apply in person
2609 Old Shell Road, Mobile
MULTI-CRAFTED PERSONS
for commercial & industri- Major Telecom Co. Hiring!
al
MAIL SORTER
maintenance positions
WILL TRAIN - $12/HR
251-330-0011
CALL 251-473-8844. Sort
mail, file documents, answer
NOW HIRING Counter
phones. Self motivated indivl
Help,
encouraged to apply.
Dry Cleaner & Laundry
Perm $175 #277.
Presser. Exp Required.
Start Today!
Apply in Person, T & H
RS, 1436 Hillcrest
CLEANER
Growing Company needs
Rd
motivated & energetic
ARMED/UNARMED
Pharmacy Tech. Exp.
SECURITY OFFICERS
Required. Pay DOE.
Security officers needed
Great work environment
for armed & unarmed posi- & benefits plan. No late
tions. Must pass backnights. No Sundays,
ground check, drug screenNo Major Holidays.
ing, classroom & firearms
Employee Discount, Paid
training. Previous
Holiday, Paid Vacation,
experience preferred, but
Retirement Plan, Health
not
required. Apply in person: Insurance. Apply in
person or mail resume to:
VINSON GUARD SERBurnham’s Drug, 5001
VICE
Main St., Moss Point, MS
2158 Government Street
39563. No phone calls. ■
Mobile, AL 36606. EOE
LABORERS
NEEDED FOR
IMMEDIATE HIRE
Wages:
$
9.00-$13.00 per hour
depending on experience.
Apply at:
Coastal Cargo
100 Port Rd.
Pascagoula, MS 39567
Phone:
228-769-1061
Need CDL Drivers &
Equipment Operators.
Call Mark at 254-644-3739
or Bill at 254-644-3738
The Mississippi Press is seeking
applicants for the following position:
Call BALDWIN TRANSFER
CO
at 251-433-3391 ext 111 or 128
General
Multiple
Openings!
CLASSIFIEDS WORK FOR YOU!
* minimum 24 mos tractortrailer exp.
* clean MVR * Class A CDL
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Must be at least 18.
Daily work. Daily pay.
the Mobile area in local
and sewer design.
garden centers. 20-40 hrs
Excellent salary and beneGeneral
per week including weekfits package. Applicants
ends. Call 800-428-9729 ext
should send resumes to
226.
5588 Jackson Rd., Mobile, Experienced diesel, gasoAL 36619. Call 251-666-2010 line, farm equipment
VETERINARY ASSISext 101 or email resume to Mechanic. Must have own
DRIVERS
TANT - full time. Must be
[email protected] tools. Call Charlie at 251fun, energetic, enjoy pets &
m
NEEDED
A-CLASS TRUCK DRIVER
626-8080
people. Send resume to:
Locally established, 25
P.O. Box 346, Theodore, AL
FOR SHORT
year old company is seek36590.
ing an A-Class CDL Driver
HAUL
with a minimum of two
AND REGIONAL years flatbed experience.
Home every night and
RUNS
weekend. Paid holidays,
vacation and sick leave.
Home almost every night.
Bonus pay, holiday pay, sick Excellent health and dental
benefits as well as 401k
and vac pay. If you meet
these requirements:
retirement plan. Mon-Fri, 7
a.m. til 4 p.m. If interestThe Mississippi Press is seeking an aggressive, no-nonsense, stickler for truth,
* at least 23 yrs of age
ed, please call 251-626-2080
Apply in person at:
2640 South McKenzie St,
Foley, AL 36535.
or call 800-239-3879.
General
FLORIST DESIGNER
Experienced, Salary
Negotiable
Call 251-666-8038
FLORIST DRIVER NEEDLong Term & Refs Req’d.
ED
Experienced, Valid Drivers Current Medical. Drug tesr,
background check.
Lic.
& References. 251-666-8038
Needed for land surveying Fax resume to: 251-414-2846
crew. Excellent benefits. No
or e-mail to:
exp. necessary. Drug test
[email protected]
required, able to travel.
or mail to: PO Box 840,
Salary
negotiable.
Send
Established
Theodore, AL 36590
resume to: 1550 Creighton Rd,
Engineering/Surveying
Suite 8, Pensacola, FL 32504 or
MERCHANDISERS
Firm seeks CIVIL ENGI- fax resume to: 850-549-4045
to service our product in
NEER for roadway, water
115
120
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
fairness and accuracy to cover Ocean Springs and the surrounding areas.
The ideal candidate must be a relentless self-starter, who knows how to cultivate
good sources, get the story first and get it right in a highly competitive news market.
We need a reporter who understands that covering a beat is more than attending
meetings, but involves digging into issues and seeing trends. The position offers
excellent opportunities for growth and advancement at a newspaper committed to
excellence that is raising the bar in news coverage in South Mississippi.
The Mississippi Press offers an excellent pay and benefits package.
Interested candidates should send a resume, plus five to ten writing samples.
Send material to:
Steve Cox, Editor
The Mississippi Press
P.O. Box 849
Pascagoula, Miss. 39568
COPY EDITOR
The Mississippi Press copy desk is in need of an aggressive, no-nonsense stickler for
truth, fairness and accuracy. A strong pagination background is preferred, as well as
a solid working knowledge of grammar, punctuation and Associated Press style. The
ideal candidate is a relentless self-starter, who shares a strong commitment to raising
the bar in news coverage in a competitive media market, and who has a real passion
for the newspaper business. The Mississippi Press offers an excellent pay and
benefits package.
Send a resume and five to ten samples of your work to:
Steve Cox, Editor
The Mississippi Press
P.O. Box 849
NOW HIRING
NORTHROP GRUMMAN SHIP SYSTEMS
PASCAGOULA OPERATIONS
Immediate openings for the following craft positions:
• Painters
• Electricians
•Electrical Apprentices
• Warehouse Clerks
Working 4 10-hour days!
➣ Competitive wages with salaries up to $17.67 per hour
➣ Medical Insurance
➣ Paid Holidays
➣ Paid Vacation
➣ Training
➣ 401(k) Savings Plan
➣ Retirement Benefits
Immediate openings for the following professional positions:
• Buyers
• Subcontractors
• Administrator Import Compliance
• Engineers
✔ Civil/Structural
✔ Electrical
✔ Composite
Apply online at www.northropgrumman.com
for professional positions.
For additional information call 1-228-935-5103/3550
Apply in person at CDI Building, Southgate Shopping
Center, 3500 Main Street, Moss Point, MS
7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
We Build Ships ... Nothing Stands In Our Way!!!
The Mississippi Press is an equal opportunity employer, (M/F).
U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions. An Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V
General
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120
General
HIRING ALL Positions.
Apply in person
Scranton’s Restaurant
623 Delmas Ave., Pasc.■
G
AUTO DETAILERS, CAR
Exp Floral Designer/Shop WASHERS. Start ASAP.
Help/ Delivery, etc. Apply Call Steve at 251-379-4467
in person 3204 Ladnier Rd,
LUBE TECH
Gautier, No calls
Needed.
Good Benefits package
G
■ AUTO DETAILER
Needed, Exp. required.,
F/T position, Call 497-0022
Please Apply in person at:
2640 South McKenzie St,
Foley, AL 36535.
or call 800-239-3879.
WarehouseStockers
120
General
★★★★★★★★★★★★
CRAZY!!!!
Expanding co. needs
12-15 people to manage
new locations. If you
like $$, music and fun,
call Julie at
251-471-4501 by Wed.
★★★★★★★★★★★★
HO! HO! HO!
Fun job from 11/12 - 12/24
at Santa Photo Boothe in
Bel Air Mall and Tanger
Outlet Center in Foley.
Mngrs & Helpers needed.
251-607-7655 Mon-Fri, 9-5
DISPATCHER
Local Automotive Dealer
NEEDED
hiring for all positions F&PT/Positions-$12/hr
SALES, SERVICE, PARTS
Call 251-473-8844/Local
Prior experience with a
Will Train to stock shelves
& TECHNICIAN. 251-473trucking company a must!
w/merchandise. Able to work
3203
Jimerson Home
Improvement
First Class Carpenter
Needed
ALL Trades Necessary
Call 251-776-8738
w/little supervision. HardFull benefit package to the
working, reliable individual.
right person: vacation, sick
Perm $175 #323. Med, Dental,
pay,
Paid Vacation.
holiday pay, BCBS insurance,
401(k), etc. Excellent opportunity for someone displaced
by
Katrina! Salary DOE.
EOE. Send resume (handwritten okay for Katrina evacuees)to: The Mobile Register,
PO Box 2488-392, Mobile, AL
36652
Immediate
Openings
NOW HIRING AT TWO
LOCATIONS
SERVERS
SERVER ASSISTANTS
HOST/HOSTESSES
BARTENDERS
DISHWASHERS
LINE COOKS
MEAT CUTTER
Will Pay Top Dollar For
Experienced Steakhouse Grill Cooks
We offer our Team Members:
Fun Upbeat Atmosphere
Flexible Hours
Paid Vacation
Meal Discounts
Stock Purchase Plan
Medical Insurance
401 (k)
Voted “Hot New Concept” by Nation’s Restaurant News
Come make “Life-long friends” with a company
that is Kickin’ and “Peanuts are everywhere”-You can wear your JEANS as well as we
encourage you to be yourself and have fun!
If this sounds good to you come and apply:
30275 Eastern Shore Ct.
3250 Airport Blvd.
AND Mobile, AL 36606
Spanish Fort, AL
251-625-0151
251-473-2920
Monday – Saturday 1pm-4pm
Drug Free Workplace -- EOE
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY
We are now accepting
applications for PT/FT Sales
Associates and Warehousers.
Competitive salaries. Sales
Associates will assist customers,
stock and price products, maintain
store displays and tint and mix
paint.
Warehouser must have a valid AL
Driver’s License, clean driving
record, 18 yrs old, heavy lifting.
Apply:
• 8801 State Hwy., Foley, AL
• 24010-A Canal Rd, Orange Beach, AL
Equal Opportunity Employer
M/F/D/V
7-B
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
120
General
120
Maint-Helper Needed for
Apt complex in Mobile.
251-433-2414
General
LAWN MAINTENANCE
PERSONNEL wanted.
8am-2pm, Mon-Fri, extra
hours available. 251-3673088
F/T Shop/Field Work
Person needed. Must be
dependable have valid dri- ■ Auto Detail Person
ver’s license & be able to needed. Valid drivers
work occasional overtime. license req. 228-769-9888
Must pass drug screen.
Send resume to P.O. Box
1687, Pascagoula, MS
★★★★★★★★★★★★
39568. ■
ASST. MANAGER
WAREHOUSE/HANDYNO EXP.
MAN
PLEASE
Full-time position.
Drug test required.
Int’l wholesale co. seeks 25
Phone: 251-459-7444
asst. mgrs. We train. If
you’re
Fax Resume’: 251-459-7445
Looking for
Subcontractors
Framing, Concrete, Masonry,
etc....Workmans comp & general liability insurance req’d.
Call Mitchell Homes, Mobile,
AL 251-344-2600
Exp’d Counter Manager
and Dry Clean Spotter,
$8/hr. Apply at 60 Minute
Cleaners Corner of Cottage
Hill & Azalea
Exp Service Technician
Pool Construction
Personnel
in Orange Beach, AL.
Fax resume to 251-974-5344
or call 251-974-5244
Maintenance Dept
Manager - Pascagoula.
Eligible candidates must
Wanted: 2 people for
have 8 years or more manDETAIL
aging a large maintenance
DEPT of a New & Used
shop of 10 or more technicar
cians. Detail knowledge of
dealership. 40 hour work
cold storage freezer, equipweek, paid holidays, insurment and forklift mainteance
nance (Electric, Diesel and
avail. Apply in person:
Propane) is essential.
Steve Cain or Billy
Superior people skills and
Robinson,
organizational skills are
1739 East I-65 Service Rd
required. Excellent salary
S.
and benefit pkg. Qualified
Mobile, AL 36606
candidates should send
resume to Human
Ickes Tree Service seeks
Resource Dept, P.O. Box
GROUNDSMAN &
1365, Pascagoula, MS 39581
CLIMBERS
DL
a Must! CDL a Plus!
WORKERS Needed
Good
Wages
& Benefits.
Marine Construction.
Call 251-945-5144
251-232-2590
Full-time food service
DOOR UNIT ASSEMManager
BLERS
for
a non-profit organizaMust be Dependable & Be
tion.
Able to Pass Drug Screen
Food service certificate
& Background Check. Good
and
nefits. Steady Work. Will
Ben
previous experience
Train. Apply in Person at
required.
Builder Resource 3450
Mail resume to P.O. Box
Armour Avenue, Mobile
5009,
(Call 251-479-5412 for direcVancleave, MS 39565 or fax
tions)
to
(228) 826-2329.
COLLECTOR
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General
FAULKNER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE is
seeking applications for a
Custodian/Groundskeeper
(temporary appointment).
For an application and specific qualifications and
deadlines, visit faulknerstate.edu or call 580-2194.
EOE
Suncoast Roofing:
Immediate Experienced
ESTIMATOR Position
available. 251-391-3985
VALET DRIVER: FT permanent position avail.
Candidates must have ability to run for cars & drive
worth more than you make, standard shift, valid
drivers lic., clean MVR &
Call
good communication skills
Stacy by Wed. 251-471-4501
req’d. We offer exc bene★★★★★★★★★★★★
fits. EOE. Apply in person:
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, 300
HELP WANTED Dauphin St. Mobile, AL
ALABAMA PIPE & SUPPLY 36602
Precast Concrete Plant
A Route helper needed.
accepting applications for
LABORERS. Concrete experi- $8/hr. Apply in person
ence a plus but not required. Trovinger Bending, 3710
Apply in person at 5721 Hwy Halls Mill Rd. b/w 4 &
5pm.
90 W., Theodore
ATTN: NOW HIRING
Carpet Cleaner & Water
Restoration. Must have
valid driver’s liscense &
good MVR. Must pass
Drug test. Will Train.
Benefits avail. Call for
Directions. Service Master
251-653-9333.
O’REILLY
AUTO PARTS
Now Hiring:
● Retail/Commercial
Counter Help
● Drivers
● Retail Service Specialists
● Assistant Managers
● Merchandisers
Please apply in person at
your nearest O’Reilly store
Monday - Saturday. We offer
excellent benefits including
medical, dental, vision, 401(k)
and more! Retirees & bilingual candidates welcomed!
EOE.
ALARM TECHNICIANS
Needed Immediately.
Great pay with benefits.
Call Alliance Security for a
confidential appointment
251-476-9000
FLORAL DESIGNER
needed immediately!
251-660-1268
Looking to hire (2) qualified CHILD CARE TEACHERS. Must have previous
daycare exp. & training.
Apply in person: Jessie G.
Coleman LDC, 130 Mobile
Infirmary Blvd. No phone
calls.
Immediate Opening
Durable Medical
Equipment Manager
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General
RestauratHotel-Lounges
SECURITY OFFICERS
For work in Baldwin Co. &
Miss. Good pay & benefits.
Travel time. 1-866-204-9138
Experienced, Day & Night
Line Cooks. Apply
Captain’s Table, Battleship
Parkway, on the Causeway.
PAYCHECKS
AVAILABLE
MANAGEMENT
Your voice needed. Pleasant
Atmosphere,
Guaranteed
Salary,
Group
Medical
Insurance. 251-662-1063
Now Hiring Custodial
Workers for Schools.
No experience necessary
228-818-0021, lev message
●
●
●
●
TOP PAY
HEALTH INSURANCE
RETIREMENT
SIGNING BONUS
Call 800-622-6000 ext 2601
125
RestauratHotel-Lounges
123
Hair StylistPersonal
Service
Hottest Tanning Salon in
West Mobile now hiring
full-time
PEDICURE/MANICURE
SPECIALIST. Experienced
only. Apply in person at
9170 Airport Blvd, Suite A,
Mobile, AL. or forward
resume & references to
[email protected]
Cosmetology School
Opening! Students &
Instructors Needed. Call
Andrea for class info 251456-1167
HAIR STYLIST or MANICURIST Needed for booth
125
Cooks, Front Desk Clerks.
Experience required. Apply
251 Government St., Mobile,
AL
x
JOB FAIR
APPLY
BEL AIR MALL
9 A.M. - 3 P.M.
WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
10 LOCATIONS
200 POSITIONS AVAILABLE
GRAVEYARD SHIFT
$8 PER HOUR
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RestauratHotel-Lounges
SONNY’S BARBEQUE
Petit Bois Cafe now hiring
Assistant Manager, cook,
for all positions.
servers & cashiers needed.
Apply at 1115 Hwy 90,
Apply in person at Sonny’s
Gautier. ■
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RESTAURANT MANSchillinger Rd. or 5428
AGERS - HARDEES, the
Halls Mill Rd.
leader in breakfast and
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THE NAUTILUS
looking for outstanding
SEAFOOD
customer service profesRESTAURANT, NOW HIRsionals with an extreme
ING:
smile. Please Fax resume
to Joey Richey 251-621-9555
and Delmonica Washington
EXP COOKS
251-662-0285 or cell 251-3667784 or email:
Full Time. Start
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Immediately!
KITCHEN HELP NEED■ P/T Housekeeper for
ED.
Christian Preschool. 20
Apply: Boiling Pot,
TGI FRIDAYS
hrs per week during
5300 Halls Mill Rd. Suite G
the school year with all
Now Hiring All Positions
OLIVE GARDEN-Spanish
Apply in person
holidays observed.
Fort
6945 Airport Blvd, Mobile
Excellent working condiNow hiring ALL POSItions. Pick up and return
DANCERS,
SERVERS
TIONS
completed application
CLEAN UP NEEDED
Interviews Mon-Thurs 2at First Baptist Church,
IMMEDIATELY.
4pm
12513 Highway 57,
Mobile’s newest Adult
Competitive wages & Day 1
Vancleave. Previous
entertainbenefits. Call 251-625-1490
applicants need not apply.
ment club. $1000/wk earning
A/C WAREHOUSE
potential. Call 251-666-7020
Radisson
HELPER
or 4115 Government Blvd.
for Daphne area. Full
Admiral Semmes
time. Must be able to lift
NOW HIRING:
60 lbs. Benefits. 251-626Housekeepers, Servers,
1515
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rental. 251-621-6690 or 621only.Palace Sav-Rex, 9170
641 Delmas Ave.,
Pascagoula. Exp.
Restauratonly need apply.
Hotel-Lounges
Excellent salary, benefits & working condi- OLIVE GARDEN-Spanish
Fort
tions.
Now hiring SERVERS,
■ F/T, P/T Caregivers
& P/T Cook
Needed for large child
care center. Exp. only.
125
Starting Pay Up to $10/hr
D.O.E. Flexible Schedule
Attendance Bonus. Ap
pply in
Person or call 251-626-3972
BANANA DOCKS CAFE
HIRING EXP’D LINE
COOKS,
WAIT STAFF & HOSTESS.
Positions now available.
No phone calls please.
Apply after 2:00 p.m. at
36 Hillcrest Rd, Mobile
Corner of Hillcrest & Old
Shell
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$
500.00
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to Install satellites in your area. We are
paying $500.00 for your previous cable
technician experience. Candidates
must have at least 6 months of
verifiable experience in the field to
qualify for bonus. We offer Company
Vehicle, 401K, paid vacation, and
health/dental insurance.
We are an EOE and certified drug free
workplace. Background checks
required. Please call 888-218-2447 for
more information or visit us on the web
at www.bruister.com.
LINE
COOKS & HOSTESS. Paid
Weekly. Please Apply in
Person: Mon-Thurs b/t 24pm
Coastal Door & Window
has immediate openings
228-818-6677
for various positions. Good
Must have experience collect- MAINTENANCE TECHNI- pay & benefits. Drug free
■
ing
NOW HIRING Day Shift
CIAN
workplace.
Apply
in
perdelinquent accounts over the Needed for Apartment
son: 5360 Commerce Blvd. Up to $10/hr. Apply in pertelephone and be able to work
son: Chick Fil-A in
Complex Apply in person, E., Mobile, AL 36619
2PM-9PM. Call 251-662-1064
NOW HIRING
Singing River Mall. ■
Mon-Fri, 9AM-4PM, 3800
Drivers and
Michael Blvd. EOE
COURTESY CLERK
Assistant Managers!
Greet members, manage
Drivers
COUNTER
front desk, light typing.
Earn up to
HELP
Hours 5am-9am. Please
$10-$12
Flex Hrs. 7-9 & 2-9 Shift
send resumes to: Moorer
An hour
No phone calls.
YMCA, 101 N. Water St.,
Driving
for
Apply at JAGUAR CLEANAL 36602. Attn:
Domino’s Pizza.
Immediate Opening Mobile,
ERS
Phyllis
Harris,
You must have
The Gulf Coast’s
6405 Cottage Hill Rd. b/t 8-2
Membership Services
a dependable car,
Oldest Family
Pharmacy Tech Director. No phone calls
Hiring LINE SERVERS,
Insurance & a
please
FRY
Dealership has
good driving record.
COOKS, DISH ROOM. Full
Assistant
Apply
in
person
an opening for:
time & part time. Flexible
Managers
Service Advisor
Hours. Apply in Person at:: only.Palace Sav-Rex,
We offer
641 Delmas Ave.,
Morrison’s Cafeteria
Paid training,
FORKLIFT/PALLET
3200 Springdale Plaza.
Dealership experience
Pascagoula. Exp.
Paid vacations,
JACK
preferred, but will
only need apply.
Health insurance
OPERATORS
SATELLITE INSTALLER
train right person.
Excellent salary, benWILL TRAIN - $12/HR
and much more.
Needed. $1000/Week.
Preferred candidate
CALL 251-473-8844-Full
Applicants can apply
Guaranteed Work, Weekly efits & working condiated,
needs to be motiva
Time
Pay, Baldwin County Area.
At your local
tions.
aggressive, and
Train to operate forklift/
Please Calll 877-981-1930
Domino’s Pizza
detail oriented.
pallet
jacks
in
warehouse.
Location
MOBILE GREYHOUND FT MAINTENANCE POSISalary plus
Organize, stock and pull
www.rpmpizza.com
TION Responsibilities
PARK
commission.
orders.
Perm
$175
#384.
EOE
include minor repairs,
now hiring Lead-Outs
PERMANENT JOBS
sweeping, trash collection,
Apply within
ONLY!
Hiring LINE SERVERS,
& general housekeeping.
Apply in person at
GROUNDSKEEPER /
FRY
Previous maint. exp a plus.
COOKS, DISH ROOM. Full
Caretaker needed. Apply EOE. Valid Drivers lic.
Full Time LUBE POSItime & part time. Flexible
req’d. Apply in person:
in person at: Serene
TION, Exc pay for
Hours. Apply in Person at:
Memorial Gardens, 12800 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, 300
Experienced Tech. Rich’s
in Pascagoula
Morrison’s Cafeteria
Dauphin St. Mobile, AL
Hwy 613 N., Moss Point,
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36602
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Now Hiring
Dishwashers, Prep Cooks,
Night Maintenance,
Servers
All Shifts AM & PM.
Apply in person at
CRACKER BARREL
845-A SCHILLINGER RD.
S.
Mobile, AL
Exp’d WAIT STAFF. Must
be mature, pleasant,
appealing. Split shift 11am2pm & 5pm-10pm. Apply:
Captain’s Table, Battleship
Parkway on the Causeway.
Bartender
Needed Sat. & Sun. nights.
Must be experience. Apply in
person: The Office Club &
Lounge, 3973 Gov’t Blvd or
call 251-662-7867
WAIT STAFF, CASHIERS,
COOKS. Richee’s BBQ
4451 Government, Mobile
HEAVILY EXPERIENCED
HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED
● On Site Interview
Required.
● Apply in person
370 West Lee St.
Chickasaw, AL.
NOW HIRING
All Positions
Apply in person between
2 and 4 p.m. at all locations.
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Management
SAWYER FURNITURE
COMPANY seeks exp’d
WAREHOUSE DRIVERS
& HELPERS, CLERICAL
STAFF, SALES & MANAGEMENT TRAINEES.
Full time. Please apply in
person at 3767 Airport
Blvd, Mobile, AL.
Must have valid drivers
license, Social security
card and updated police
report.
Insurance Analyst needed
in high-volume physician
practice. Computer skills a
must. Billing experience in
medical setting req’d. Fax
resume to 473-5311.
& LONG TERM. Great hours
& benefits. Apply within: 7001 Medical Assistant needed
in busy practice. Duties
Magnolia Grove Pkwy. (off
Moffett Rd.)
include taking vitals, stock-
ing rooms, returning
patient phone calls. Ability
to work flexible hours
Looking
for
experienced required. Fax resume to
Servers and Cooks, day & 473-5311.
Ruby Tuesday
Mobile Operating Unit
is Seeking EMT’s and
PARAMEDICS. Flexible
Shifts,
Competitive Salary &
Excellent
Benefit Pkg. Apply in
Person at
AMR, 22 Midtown Park
West,
Mobile, AL or E-Mail
Resume
to [email protected]
251-478-7200 E.O.E.
or DME a plus. Great pay
and benefits for detail oriented person with organizational
skills may apply in person at
Saad’s Healthcare, 1515
University Blvd, Mobile, Mon.
- Fri. 8-4. or call 251-343-9600
for appt.
EOE. M/F/D/V
★★★★★★
★★★★★★
LPN’S & CNA’S
SAAD NURSING SERVICE
Has immediate openings for
part time LPN’s and CNA’s to
do Private Duty & Facility
Staffing. Please apply Mon.Fri. 8:30 - 4:00. 1515
University Blvd, Mobile, AL
EOE. M/F/D/V
★★★★★★
■ BILLING CLERK
Pascagoula Medical
office M-F, F/T, health ins,
vac, sick, & holiday benePhone Operator/Checkout
person needed in physician fits, CPT, ICD exp prepractice. Ability to handle ferred. Fax resume
to: 228-938-0705,
Our hearts go out to all the multi-line phone sys &
comp skills a must. Fax
victims of Hurricane
OXFORD
resume to 473-5311.
Katrina. In the wake of
HEALTHCARE
this tragedy, McDonald’s
Seeking RN’s & LPN’s
Part-Time Hygienist/ Fullwould like to help. We are Time Assistant.
to work in state facility
Must be
now accepting interviews
Call 251-661-9414
energetic & friendly. Exp.
for Crew, Maintenance &
preferred. Send resumes to
Exp’d Managers for FT,
OffshoreP.O. Box 249, Montrose, AL
PT or Temp. positions. If
36559
Marine
we can help you, please
give us a call. 251-478-0701
■ CASA DE LOLA Local Company now hiring
INLAND DECK HANDS
EXP. WAIT STAFF,
Now accepting
Pay based on experience.
COOKS
applications for CNAs.
Must have valid driver’s
& DISHWASHER
Apply within at 4213
license,
Apply in person: Whistle
Walters St., Moss Point. reliable transportation,
Stop,
228-475-9606
proof
110 S. Florida Street.
CROWNE HEALTHCARE of insurance, ability to
ARE YOU ANXIOUS FOR OF MOBILE, a 172 Bed
pass criminal background
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY skilled nursing facility is
check and drug screen. 251AND EXPERIENCE? All accepting
433-2079 ext 3
Mississippi restaurants are resumes for our
Exp’d help needed Fitters,
hiring for Crew & Shift
BOOKKEEPING/
managers at premium pay. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE Welders, Hydraulic
Technicians, Mechanics,
Apply at any Mississppi
MANAGER
Machinist, all crafts. Up
restaurants OR FAX 251Position. Excellent
621-9555.
opportunities w/great bene- to $18.50 per hr depending
on exp. Send resume or
fits. Interested applicants
ASBURY HOTEL &
visit 3521 Brookdale Dr.
must have
SUITES
Medicare/Medicaid/Private South, Mobile, AL 36618 or
fax to 251-479-1989
insurance billing experiLOBBY ATTENDANT
ence. Nursing Home expe- MARINE PERSONNEL
needed
$6.25 per hour starting pay. rience
Exp’d Inland Licensed
preferred. For more info Captains & Deck Hands.
Great benefits including
insurance. Apply in person contact us at: 251-473-8684 Pay Starting $300-$325 per
or email: [email protected]
at
day. Paid Ins. & 401k Plan.
crownemanagement.com Call 504-737-6993 9am-3pm
600 S. Beltline Hwy
NO PHONE CALLS
FT energetic, personable & M-F
PLEASE
detail oriented Billing &
ALL AMERICAN
NOW HIRING SERVERS Collection/Receptionist for
an expanding Medical Off.
MARINE
&
Will train, possibilities for
BARTENDERS. Apply
***Boat Jobs***
advancement as we grow,
within
NOW HIRING! TOP PAY!
performance bonuses. Fax
Runway Billiards
GREAT BENEFITS!
8000 Airport Blvd, Mobile resume to 251-343-1741
135
Immediate openings for AB’s,
NEIGHBOR’S RESTAURANT
Hiring for all positions.
Both shifts. Above minimum
day’s.
plus tips. Closed Sund
Apply in person Three
Notch
Rd. Tillman’s Corner
n $7.00 PER HOUR
ARBY’S
Now Hiring!
Smiling faces with
positive attitudes.
Positions for Crew,
Hourly Management,
ary
and Sala
Management. Please
apply in person 3pm6pm M-F
at our Pascagoula or
Ocean Springs location.
Now Accepting
Applications for F/T, P/T
Dayshift & Night Shift
Positions Apply in person: Sonic Drive Inn,
Market St. Pasc. No
Phone Calls. ■
■ Housekeepers Needed
Dependable, with a good
personality. Will Train.
Apply in person. Gulf
Hills Hotel & Conference
Center. 13701 Paso Rd
Oceans Springs. M-F, 9-5
HOUSEKEEPING &
MAINTENANCE POSITIONS. Exp. req’d.
Apply within Rodeway
Inn.,
1 So. Beltline Hwy.
145
RetailStores
Antique Store in Mobile
Thurs, Fri, Sat, 11-5:30,
$6/hr References.
251-753-02211
154Telemarketing 157
PAYCHECKS
AVAILABLE
Your voice needed. Pleasant
Atmosphere,
Guaranteed
Salary,
Group
Medical
Insurance. 251-662-1063
157
130
Technologist with preferred
CT background. Min. 2 yrs.
experience required. MonMagnolia Grove Golf Course Fri. - w/benefits. No call,
holidays, or weekends. Fax
is hiring: Cooks, Servers &
resume to Suzanne 772-223Beverage Cart Drivers to
work LPA Tourament. TEMP 7008.
Now hiring SERVERS,
COOKS,
PIZZA MAKERS, HOST/
CASHIER, DISHWASHERS,
BUSSERS & BARTENDERS.
Call or Apply between 2
pm
& 4 pm Tues-Fri, 350
Dauphin
St. or 251-379-2722
MedicalDental
OPTICAL
Will Train. Salary +
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Commission. 251-476-5818
wanted for progressive sur- EOE.
Tradegical & restorative pracNOW HIRING CONVEtice. Some experience
CraftsNIENCE
req’d. Salary, bonus, retireSkills
STORE CASHIERS & SUBment plan, vacation, AL
WAY
Dental Hygiene program
FLEET MAINTENANCE
SANDWICH ARTISTS.
avail. Send resume to
An Excellent Opportunity
DIESEL MECHANIC.
Competitive pay based
Resume, P. O. Box 1295,
with
Working on trucks and
on experience.
Gulf
Shores,
AL
36547
a Fast Growing Company.
trailers. Must have own
Apply on person at
We Have an Immed.
tools. Clean MVR. Able to
EXXON
GORDON OAKS
Opening for BRANCH
pass DOT, physical & drug
1380 Industrial Parkway,
ASSISTED LIVING
MANAGER/SALES POSIscreen. Call 251-679-1052
Saraland.
TION. Must Have People
Experienced FRAMERS
Skills, HVAC Experience a Has Immediate Openings For
An
BEL AIR MALL Needed. Please call after
Plus, Good Driving Record
Mature, reliable Salesperson. 6pm. 251-973-0692 or 251-463and Must be able to Pass
LPN’s
1644
Pre-Employment Drug
All Shifts; Full-time, Mon-Fri Flexible hours. FT/PT.
Benefits.
Screen. Serious Inquiries
& Part-time Weekends
Carpenter/Carpenter
Only. Mail Resume to P.O.
Earrings &
Helpers
Apply in person
Box 11175 Mobile, AL 36671
Must Have Commercial
Things
Monday-Friday, 8-4:30
Exp,
SALESPERSON
3151-A Knollwood Drive
FRED’S - RETAIL
Transportation & Hand
Mobile, AL 36693
Apply in person, Red Tag
HOURLY POSITIONS
Tools.
E.O.E.
Furniture, 5363 Hwy 90 W,
Call 251-973-24444
Mobile.
We will soon be
★★★★★★
CARPENTERS &
re-opening our store in
HELPERS
Medicaland we need
Exp’d only
Reimbursement Escatawpa
Dental
your help. We will have
251-345-7564
roughly 15 temps and
Specialist
MRI & NUCLEAR
★★★★★★★
several positions that
MEDICINE TECHNOLOApprentice Plumber
could result in longer
Needed for a fast paced
GIST
wanted. 251-456-8000
term employment in
billing department.
Expanding out-patient
Experience in Medicare Part our stores in Escatawpa
facility in S. FL seeking
A & B Billing, Home Health
and Pascagoula.
MRI & Nuclear Medicine
Make Money &
Have Fun!!
night shifts for our locations in
Tillman’s Corner & Airport
Blvd. Applications accepted
any time. Day 1 medical,
Credit Union, and paid weekly.
EOE.
130
F/T X-RAY TECH for busy OS’s, Captains, Eng, Unl Eng
w/emd exp., Q-Med’s,
orthopedic practice.
Tankermen. Exp. Offshore &
Excellent benefits.
Inland Deckhands. Entry
Resumes: PO Box 86144,
level deckhands needed up to
Mobile, AL 36689-6144. EOE $95 per day. www.american-
■ ASSOCIATE DENTIST
Austin Taylor D. D. S,
P. A., cordially invites you
to this tremendously exciting career opportunity. If
you have or seek exceptional technical,
artistic and communication skills; if you desire to
join an extroadinary staff
who delivers quality dental care, we are looking
forward to speaking with
you. Please call 228-7629250 to schedule an
interview. Please fax
resume to 228-762-1785.
New Pay Scale with benefits
Apply in person Mon. - Fri. 8
a.m. - 4 p.m. at 3151
Knollwood
Dr, Mobile, AL 36693. E.O.E.
■ YOU’RE INVITED TO
JOB FOREMAN/
SUPERINTENDENT needed for vinyl siding in the
Biloxi/
Gulfport/Mobile area. Top
pay. Dependable. Must
have trans. Opportunity for
advancement. 251-970-3352;
747-9804
Framers Needed
$4-$9 per ft.
251-937-4935 Ask for Eddie
Immediate Opening,
VALVE MECHANICS.
Must have own tools, valid
drivers license. Drug
screen. Call 251-438-2203 for
interview
FORM CARPENTERS,
HELPERS & LABORERS
NEEDED FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE CO.
251-379-4290
CRANE & EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
Needed for an Established
Material Handing
Company. Recently Opened
New Operation in Local
Area. Experience
Preferred in Operating &
Maintaining Cranes (Clam
Shell/Bucket),, Bobcat &
Front End Loaders.
Excellent wages. E.O.E.
Reply to The Mobile
Register PO Box #2488-410,
Mobile, AL 36630
150
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DIESEL
MECHANIC
Success Breeds Success
AA/EOE M/F/V/D
SAWYER FURNITURE
COMPANY seeks exp’d
WAREHOUSE DRIVERS
Part
& HELPERS, CLERICAL
Time
STAFF, SALES & MANAGEMENT TRAINEES.
CLEANER/WASHER need- Full time. Please apply in
ed for Motor Coach Co.
person at 3767 Airport
Must be willing to work
Blvd, Mobile, AL.
nights, have
Must have valid drivers
cell phone and reliable
license, Social security
transportation. Call 251-660- card and updated police
0900
report.
138
storm chaser. Call GPB, 863298-9810
Full & part-time retail
sales position available.
Base plus commission.
Retail and/or flooring sales
experience a plus but not
required. Please call
(251)633-8835
THIS VERY SPECIAL
Cingular in Edgewater
OPPORTUNITY.
SATELLITE INSTALLER Mall needs Sales
Do you feel overworked
Representatives.
Needed.
$1000/Week.
WHATABURGER
and under appreciated?
Guaranteed Work, Weekly Experienced preferred but
NOW HIRING
Bored and Unfulfilled?
CHICKASAW LOCATION If you are an Exp. Dental Pay, Baldwin County Area. not required. Fax resume
to 601-371-2070
Please Calll 877-981-1930
Assistant, dedicated to
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDtaking your skills to the
ESTIMATORS
BARROW FURNITURE is
ED Apply in
highest level possible...
Now taking applications looking for motivated cusperson Ramada Limited,
If you desire to join an
for motivated individual tomer-focused sales indi8015 Tucker Rd., Ocean
exceptional group of
for Estimator/Project
viduals who have a positive
Springs, Exit 50. ■
individuals who truly
Manager for the Gulf Coast attitude and a sense of
area. Minimum 6 years
value quality care and
excitement about their
experience. Competitive work. Furniture sales and
IHOP Now taking applicaeach other... if you seek
wage
and
benefit
package.
tions
a secure career-not just
decorating background
All applications are confi- desired.
for Exp Cooks and Servers.
a job. Call 228-762-9250
dential. Fax resume to 251Apply 2-4 Mon-Fri.
Barrow Furniture
661-1181 or apply in person 1784 W. I-65 Service Rd. S.
3912 Airport Blvd
CNA
J. C. Duke & Associates,
Mobile, AL
Springhill
Manor
is
now
Part Time Restaurant
1716 Industrial Park
Fax 251-661-6482
accepting applications for
Help wanted. Apply in perDrive, Mobile, AL 36693
all shifts. Call 251-342-5623
son Mon. - Thurs., 3-6 p.m.
RENTAL/SALE REP
CAD Operator with 5 years For local tractor equipNavco Pizza located in
DENTAL HYGIENIST
experience with API Tanks ment co. Fax resume to
Navco Shopping Center.
Wanted
for new, nonprofit dental and ASME Pressure
251-626-2744
Vessels. Send resume to
clinic.
Management
Manager with Sales
Full time position w/bene- P.O. Box 910, Mobile, AL
Experience Needed for
36601
fits.
Verizon Wireless authorSend resume to: PO Box ■ SATELLITE TV
Full Time
ized
agent location in
851717, Mobile, AL 36685.
Installers & Office Sales. Daphne. Mail resume to
Day Work
MS & AL. $7-$30/hr.
915
Hillcrest
Rd. Ste A-1,
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ The Wireless Center
$400 Weekly
Mobile, 36695. 251-414-1949
609 Hwy 90, Gautier, MS
Sales-Sewing machines and
GORDON OAKS Sun-Sat., 8-Noon
Mobile Co. Has 10
accessories. Full-time,
228-497-7027 / 251-634-9022
Full time mgmt training
flexible hours, some nights
Positions available
Has immediate openings for Proposal Writer/Estimator & weekends req’d.
needed for gov’t proposals Sales/sewing exp. preCall 635-1823
Experienced
& contracting. Full time,
ferred. Call 251-634-3133 or
DIETARY AIDS benefits, excellent success fax resume to 634-1131
★★★★★★
rate, 5 yr. min. exp. Fax
11 am - 7 pm
Asst. Manager Trainee for
resume & references to
Auto Service Industry.
Some Management and/or Apply in person Mon. - Fri. 8 251-343-5554
Telemarketing
a.m.
4
p.m.
at
3151
Retail Experience
Local Law Office needs
Knollwood
Required, Some Training is
Dr, Mobile, AL 36693. E.O.E. experienced Receptionist
Provided. Must Have
Good benefits. Salary
INSIDE SALES
Excellent Work Ethic &
Oxygulf Medical
based on experience. Send
Enjoy Working w/ the
Equipment
resume to: Mississippi
36 yr old international co. is
Public. Please Fax
is searching for a F/T
Press, P.O. Box 849, Attn: seeking motivated/goal orientResume to 251-471-6612
administrative profession- Box 775-A, Pascagoula,
ed
★★★★★★
al/receptionist. Ideal candi- MS 39568 ■
individual with inside sales
date will have computer
or telemarketing experience
AARON‘S SALES & LEAS- skills & exp in the DME
Individual w/Bachelor’s
$8.25/hr + commission and
ING
bonuses, 9am-3pm, M-F
industry. This can lead to a degree in a mental health
related field to fill a posiManager Trainee growth opportunity in
For an interview call
tion as an ADDICTION
Full-time position available. inside sales. Send resume
251-414-5560
to: 58 N. Florida St.,
THERAPIST. Please fax
Please apply at 940 N.
resume to: 251-865-0247.
Schillinger Rd. 251-607-7023 Mobile, AL 36607
128
154
★★★★★★
PIPE WELDERS
ELECTRICIANS-OUTSIDE
MACHINISTS-MARINE
ERS
DUCTING INSTALLE
& PAINTERS
TOP PAY- Per Diem Included
251-473-1541; 877-473-1541
Needed
for
a
Growing Asst. Manager Trainee for
Company
in
the
Auto Service Industry.
Telecommunication Field. We
are looking for dependable, Some Management and/or
Retail Experience
self-motivated & quality individuals who are looking for a Required, Some Training is
Provided. Must Have
career in Communications.
Metal Building Workers Exp preferred but we will
Excellent Work Ethic &
Min 3 years experience
train, some tools provided.
Enjoy Working w/ the
251-473-7730
MUST have own truck or van.
Public. Please Fax
We offer pd holidays & vacato 251-471-6612
Resume
PLUMBERS WANTED
tions, safety & sign-on bonus★★★★★★
For Work in Perdido Key es, potential to make $700+/
and Mobile. Excellent
week & medical benefits. 7321 Roofing Estimator Needed
Wages,
Old
Pascagoula
Rd
#3,
ASAP. Mobile area.
Benefits & Sign On Bonus!! Theodore or Call 251-653-8900.
Call 251-443-7663
ase Call 850-626-0062 or E.O.E.
Plea
Professional
-Technical
Local Law Office needs
experienced Paralegal/
Legal Assistant. Word
perfect experience preferred. Good benefits.
Salary based on experience. Send resume to:
Mississippi Press, P.O.
Box 849, Attn: Box 766-A,
Pascagoula, MS 39568 ■
AUTO TECH/TIRE
CHANGERS
Experience req’d in Tires,
Brakes & Alignments. Top
pay & benefits. Positions
available now! Drug free
workplace. EEO/M/F/V/D.
Call Paul Brown at
(251)370-5634.
TradeCraftsSkills
K
850-698-7033
Roofing - Mobile/Eastern
Shore Area, Experience
FRAMING CARPENTERS
Necessary. Call 251-223-1500
Helpers, Nail Drivers
MARKETING/PR Part
Carpenters. 251-370-3079
Time Position in Foley, AL. UPSCALE FURNITURE
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Chiropractic Office.
STORE
Allsouth Heating & Cooling
looking for Designers,
Currently hiring AC
Resume 251-943-9888
GENEROUS COMMISInstallers & Technicians.
GORDON OAKS Part-time CERTIFIED
SIONS.
Exc.
benefits. Health, denHEALTHCARE
TEACHERS needed
Call 251-967-3456 for appt.
tal, life, pd. vac. & bonusMonday-Friday
es. Call M-F, 8-5 251-660Has immediate openings for 4:00, 5:00 & 6:00. Only cerROOF SALES
1656
tified
experienced
Roof
RN SUPERVI- need apply. Fax to 251-460- Need
Estimator. Commissions paid
★★★★★★
0651
weekly. Top Dollar for proven
SOR
Full-time & Part-time
11-7
On 10/10/2005, Max Foote
Const. Co., Inc. will be taking
applications for all CONSTRUCTION
TRADE/CRAFT
CLASSES. Apply
Escatawpa
WWTP, 4124 Dutch Bayou
Rd.,
Escatawpa, MS 39563
157
CARPENTRY & FENCE
First class FIBERGLASS
Help Wanted,
FABRICATOR. Top pay.
228-475-0528
Good benefits. Bay Minette
Combination Person for
251-937-8025.
Carpentry, Roofing, Siding
Welder Fitter, Manual
& Painting 251-478-9805
Machinist
JOB CRAFTERS, INC.
Current openings Fairhope,
NOW HIRING!!!
AL
Marine Exhaust 251-9281st Class Shipyard Crafts
1234
for local & out of town
Please apply in person
A/C INSTALL/SERVICE
work
this week in our store in
TECHNICIANS & HELPOVERTIME & PER DIEM
Pascagoula located 5656
ERS/Residential needed for
Long term employment
Telephone Road,
Baldwin Co.. Top Pay, Ins,
Now Hiring Plumbers!
Register your name craft
Pascagoula and ask for
401k,
For Mobile & Baldwin Co.
TODAY!
Vac & Bonus! 251-626-1515
Linda. FRED’S Starting at $40K Per Year
America’s Hometown
Also Hiring Technicians
SUPERINTENDENT
PHONE: 251-433-1270
Store helping to rebuild
Good Pay & Benefits
For Commercial
Toll free: 1-800-371-7504
after Katrina.
Apply Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Construction
2001 W. I-65 Service Rd N
Projects. 5+ Years experiEOE
Sales, Warehouse & Office
Mobile, AL
ence
■ NEEDED SKILLED
Help Needed. Apply in perrequired. Drug Screen
son at Rhodes Furniture, Conventional Crane
CARPENTERS. Must
Required.
Operators
needed
in
bile.
2712 Airport Blvd, Mob
have transportation.
Fax Resume to 251-661-1181
Pensacola. 850-484-3275 or
228-497-6171
or
850-712-1484
Apply in person @ J.C.
■ Local mill work compaSales
ELECTRICIANS &
Duke
Assoc.,
1716
ny has immediate openHELPERS
Industrial Park
needed in Baldwin County. ings for EXP. Cabinet
Drive, Mobile, AL.
ATTENTION
Makers & Installers. Long
Electricians 5 yrs exp.
VINYL INSTALLERS
SENIOR INSURANCE
term employment w/ exc.
req’d. Helpers 1 yr exp.
for Baldwin County
BROKERS
benefits.
Experienced
Must have a clean driving
Need Brake Buddy
Commission Sales, leads record. 251-943-3169.
guaranteed top pay.
251-970-3352;
747-9804
furnished. Serious calls
Apply in person at 6312
CONCRETE PUMP
only
Shortcut Rd., Moss Point
TRUCK OPERATORS
251-461-5250
or fax resume to: 228-475NEEDED.
0753
Ladies Formal Wear Store
CALL 251-379-4287
needs Sales Person. No
Immediate Openings For
PARTS PULLER needed
exp. necessary. Call only
Fiberglass Laminators
btwn 9:30 & 10:30 AM. 251- for busy salvage yard.
Helpers. Apply in person
Must Have Own Tools. 251- 7081 Swedetowne Rd,
MAINTENANCE
661-0660
456-1432
TECHNICIAN needed
Theodore
EXP. OUTSIDE SALES
for Jackson County Apt.
■■■■■
PAINT PREPPER
REPS needed. Exp
Community. Fax resume
Needed, Experienced Only, to: 228-762-0800 ■
in building trades a +.
Top
Job openings for
Quality Work. Eastern
SERVICE TECHNICIANS
Jackson & George Co..
Shore
& Installation Technicians.
(601)947-9422/ 601-508-9422
Area. Call 251-990-6810 Lv Need help ASAP. Great
Msg
Licensed Insurance Agents
Pay. Good working enviPart D Prescription Drug
ronment.
Experienced
Plan in Pharmacy enroller.
Roberts AC 475-0844 ■
FRAMERS
Needed for local trucking
$4K-$6K monthly. Mobille
Call Dave 209-4608
company shop. Must be able
MAINTENANCE TECH
area. 888-868-5854 ext 170
to work immediately without
1ST CLASS RESID.
Interviewing all skill levsupervision. Must have own
EXPERIENCED
PAINTER
els. Must be willing to relotools. Hourly rate DOE.
AUTOMOTIVE SALESLocal. Top pay & bonus
cate.
PERSON
251-639-1578
Satisfactory Credit &
Please call Mike
NEEDED FOR FAST
Crime Record Req’d. EOE.
at 251-433-3391 ext 105
GLAZIERS CURTAINGROWING
Please mail resume to 900
WALL
■■■■■
MERCEDES-VOLVO
Downtowner Blvd Suite A,
5 yrs exp. Benefits.
DEALERSHIP IN PENMobile, AL 36609
Universal Glass 433-5960;
AUTO DETAILER TECH
SACOLA, FL
MAINTENANCE &
331-0471
Will train the right person.
Call 1-800-876-4931
PAINTER
Paid training w/exc growth Transmission R&R
for real estate company.
IMMEDIATE OPENING - potential. Valid drivers
Mechanic. Experienced
Mon-Fri 8AM-4:30PM.
Experienced Concrete
license required. Drug
only with Tools. Salary
Apply in person, 2321
Salesperson for start-up
free. Apply in person at
DOE. Call M-F 251-928-1778 Airport Blvd, Mobile.
concrete company in South 2675 Government Blvd.,
Accepting applications for CARPENTERS & FOREBaldwin County. Send
Mobile.
HVAC TECHNICIAN.
resume to P.O. Box 375,
MAN Proven exp. in resiSURVEY PERSONNEL
Competitive pay and bene- dential
Robertsdale, AL 36567
NEEDED.
fits. Fax resume to 251-653- remodeling. Lipford conRODMAN/CHAINMAN
&
RESIDENTIAL SALES
3466 or call
struction offers local, year
INSTRUMENT MAN.
251-653-3477 for appointround work. Competitive
You’ll work with homeown- APPLY at 2468
ment.
pay, benefits. Valid DL.
ers to inspect and identify Commercial Park Dr.,
Apply in person or call
JOURNEYMAN
MECHANe 9:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
the need for services, and Mobile
Mon-Fri 9-4, 1480 Cody Rd.
IC
build your business in
ELECTRICIANS Needed
needed for GULF COAST S. 633-5554
assigned territories. We w/
TRUCK/MACK
TRUCKS,
seek professional driven
MECHANIC w/CDL.
experience in residential.
INC.
closers with 2+ years of
Diesel, welding/burning,
Top pay w/a company that
Must have own tools.
sales experience. You’ll
hoses. 10 yrs exp. $14/hr.
respects their employees.
Call Dean 251-476-2744.
also need a clean driving
251-458-2828
251-455-7090
record and pre-screen drug
Vinyl and Soffett Person
CABLE TV INSTALLERS
A 1st Class Welder 1st
and background checks.
Needed. Experience helpClass Pipefitter needed. ful. 251-980-2312 or 752-3382 NEEDED Immediately!
We offer first year earning
Get paid to train & learn.
Apply 8517 Bellingrath
potential to $35K, comprePaid holidays & vacation.
Rd, Theodore between 7- Exp’d Service Tech and
hensive paid training and
Must
have truck or van.
Warehouse
Worker
needed.
3:30
outstanding benefits.
Please call 251-621-0505 for
Estes Heating & Air. 251Please apply in person at:
directions
to 25476
443-7837.
7860 Cottage Hill Rd Mobile Immediate Need
Friendship Rd, Suite E,
SHIPFITTERS
Daphne
Cable
Installers
PIPEFITTERS-WELDERS
TERMINIX
crewing.com
or call 251-443-7771
141
TradeCraftsSkills
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
HVAC Installers Needed.
Competitive wages and
benefits available. 21530
Professional Dr.
Robertsdale. 251-947-5972
Tile and Hardwood
Installers Needed.
Experienced Only
251-490-8453; 421-5490
157
TradeCraftsSkills
ing and production equipment. Applicants should also
possess computer skills,
effective communication
skills and ability to work
unsupervised. Full-time variable hours, normally dayshift
M-F and as necessary.
Immediate openings for electrician’s helpers for work on
the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Opportunity to work regular
as well as overtime hours.
Experience is a plus, but not
required. Call 601-544-2052 or
mailresume to P. O. Box
1936,Hattiesburg, MS 39401.
EOE.
LABORER NEEDED
for Brick Crew.
228-990-6853 ■
Qualified applicants may
apply
on Wednesday 1-4pm
401 N. Water St.
or send resume and
salary history to:
Mobile Register
Human Resources Dept.
Attn: Maintenance Tech
P. O. Box 2488
Mobile, AL 36652
FAX: 251-219-5099
Email:
[email protected]
EOE
We have immediate openings
for Maintenance Mechanics to
work on the day and night
shift. Must have at least 3
years experience, and have
own hand tools.
Out of town work
Worldwide Labor Supporrt
228-762-3418
800-748-1395
Dunn Building Company
has immediate openings
for Iron Workers & Metal
Roofers in Axis, Alabama.
Apply by calling 205-2889020. EOE M/F/D/V.
IMMEDIATE OPENING
for selfmotivated Automotive
Tech,
5 + yrs exp. Great benefits
pkg, BC/BS, Dental, Group
life,
AFLAC & 401K. Come join
the
team w/the Best Little
Dealer
on the Eastern Shore at
East Bay Kia.
251-621-2277 ask for David.
157
TradeCraftsSkills
Immediate
Opening!
PLUMBERS to hook up
FEMA
trailers in Mississippi.
Top pay, Per diem
8235 Padgett Switch Rd
Irvington, AL. 251-957-1095
EOE. Drug free workplace
Auto
MUST PASS DRUG SCREEN Body shop looking for
Bodyman Exp needed. Call
APPLY IN PERSON
BENDER SHIPBUILDING
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
304 S. ROYAL ST.
MOBILE, AL 36603
EOE
ELECTRICIAN needed.
Heavy control background.
APARTMENT MAINTEBenefits and truck. Phone
NANCE
251-694-0909, fax 251-694HVAC certification, exp’d
0977.
only! F/T + benefits. Mail
SIGNS Immediate
resume to: P.O. Box
Openings for experienced
160025, Mobile, AL 36616 or
Service Techs, Installers
fax to (251)694-1955; or call
and Fabricators. Apply at (251)694-1999
Quality Sign Company, 3650
VINYL SIDING REPAIR
Hamilton Blvd.
$15-20/hr + incentives.
CARPET & VINYL
Local Call 251-510-8887
Installers Needed. Top pay.
Batchelor
Paving, Inc. in
Pensacola, FL work. 877Foley, AL is looking for an
227-6607
experience Paving Crew
PAINTERS & HELPERS Foreman. Experience a
needed. Experienced only. MUST. We offer Top Pay,
251-679-6025
Insurance, and an
Incentive Program.
Qualified Applicants should
Immediate Hire
call us at (251) 986-5517 or
(251) 747-7194 for more
Welders
information or fax resume
(FC & Stick)
to (251) 986-5469. EOE.
Mig Welders
(Heavy Wire)
ELECTRICIANS &
Pipewelders
HELPERS Res. work in
(Stick, FC Tig on Carbon Mobile & Baldwin Co.
Steel)
Permanent/Full Time. Pay
Shipfitters
DOE. Ph 251-666-1717,
Pipefitters
Fax 666-1710
Experienced Roofers,
Laborers and Estimators
Needed. 251-633-8224
for interview. Don 251-6606911
ELECTRICIAN
French Quarter
Apartments, 557 Azalea
Rd, Mobile. Apply 8-5
Immediate opening for
HITCH INSTALLER
Full time with benefits,
moonlighters needed also.
Apply U-Haul, 200 W. I-65
Svr Rd S or U-Haulhr.com.
EOE.
CUT MAN NEEDED
For Eastern Shore Natural
Stone Fabricator. If
Experienced & Reliable
please Call 251-928-2091.
Electricians & Helpers.
Paid Holidays, Vacation,
Insurance & Retirement
opportunity. Competitive
wages. 251-679-1411
Body Shop needs 1st Class
Auto Painter. Approx 60
miles North of Mobile.
Good pay, BC/BS ins.,
401K, pd. vac, sick & personal days. Plenty of work
year round. 251-847-3300
A/C INSTALLER
Need a Raise?
251-660-9595, 680-0060
Utility Installers for crew.
Concrete pipe. 12 yrs exp.
$12/hr. 251-458-2828
EXPRESS OIL CHANGE,
located at 630 Schillinger
SUB-ROOFING CREWS, Road South (across from
ROOFERS & LABORERS the Steak ’n Shake), has a
Call 251-824-1131
Hood/Pit Technician availRENOVATION WORKERS able and is looking for a
motivated
winner to fill
with painting, carpentry
that position. Experience is
& roofing skills. Call
helpful
but
not a necessity.
Fred South (251)533-2635
Excellent wages, paid holi1ST CLASS PAINTERS
days, paid vacations,
HELPERS. Exp’d Only
health insurance, dental
Need
insurance and 401K. Apply
Apply. Drug screen req’d in person Monday-Friday
251-331-4127, 8-4:30
between 9:00am and
4:00pm.
Looking for
Subcontractors Looking for MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN for
Framing, Concrete, Masonry, apartment community.
Must
be HVAC certified
etc....Workmans comp & general liability insurance req’d. and have transportion. Call
Call Mitchelll Homes, Mobile, 251-666-1738 or apply in perAL 251-344-2600
son on Friday 10/7 or 10/14
at 651 Azalea Rd., Mobile
Mr Rooter
Marine/Outboard Mechanic
Plumbing
Exp required. Pay DOE.
now accepting applications for
Call
DRAIN CLEANexperienced
Michael 251-937-1380.
TV TECH & HELPER
NEEDED
Experienced only.
251-865-3100
Immediately Hiring: Exp’d
Blasters/Painters/Helpers.
Exc pay. Call 251-679-9600
Mon-Fri from 9am-4pm
First Class Custom
CARPENTERS. Home
Builders.
251-377-7195 or 964-6891
MAINTENANCE
Exp’d Maintenance Person
Needed to Live & Work on
Property. AC Knowledge a
Plus. Salary + Benefits!
Tools & Trans Required.
251-635-1809 for an
Interview.
EXP’D DREDGE
OPERATOR Must be willing to
work nights. 251-943-7263
ERS & PLUMBERS. Good
wages & benefits, uniforms
furnished. Apply at 2448 Wolf
Ridge Rd., Mobile or 251-3449465.
Plumbers & Plumbers
Helpers needed. Eastern
Shore area. 251-928-8784
AC SERVICE TECH
FULL BENEFITS
Sign On bonus w/ exp.
251-660-9595 or 680-0060
Exp’d VINYL SIDING
HELPER needed. Must
have transportation. 251675-9294
LAND SURVEY PERSONNEL
GLAZERS
RODMAN, Exp pref’d.
Top Pay and benefits. Pay
Mobile work area. Apply: DOE. No experience, no
2609 Halls Mill Rd.
problem, will train. Apply:
4415 Government Blvd;
Experienced Framers
& Painters needed. 251-591- Fax: 251-666-6386. Come
join our team. Metro Glass
0456 or 455-0236
160
Resumes
MOBILE’S FINEST
RESUME
800 Downtowner Blvd Suite
A
251-344-4253
170
Job
Information
CHECK FIRST
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
SUGGEST THAT
BEFORE
MAKING AN
INVESTMENT IN
RESPONSE TO AN AD,
SHOP MECHANIC
THAT
Compressed Air For Truck
Equipment
YOU INVESTIGATE THE
Sales. Must have hydraulic
System
OFFER WITH AGENCIES
exp. or
SUCH AS THE BETTER
Technician
certified welder. Own toolsBUSINESS
Exp’d. Position in Mobile
Starting pay $14 D.O.E.
BUREAU AT 1-800-987-8280
area.
Call 251-666-8606 or 800-633OR
THE
CONSUMER
Fax resume to Attn: Service 6946.
PROTECTION
Manager 205-428-7604.
AGENCY IN JACKSON,
READY MIX
AC Tech, Installers &
MS AT 1-800-281-4418
Helpers. Sign on bonus to PLANT REPAIR
qualified applicants.
CHECK
FIRST
&
Early Air Control 251-649THE MOBILE REGISTER
1026
MAINTENANCE SUGGESTS THAT BEFORE
AUTO BODY
TECHNICIAN
Exp’d Body Person Needed
on Eastern Shore.
Lucassen Body Shop,
Fairhope,
AL. 251-928-6176.
Needed.
Flooring Ceramic
/Carpet Installers.
Call 251-680-6664
Looking for Individual
Experienced w/Garage
Door & Gutter Installation.
Wages Depend on Exp.
Call 251-666-8313
Air Condition Installation
Helpers Needed
Experienced & Entry Level
Positions Avail. Call 251645-0089
We need a few good
ALUMINUM WELDERS
PIPE WELDERS
ALUMINUM SHIPFITTERS
STEEL SHIPFITTERS
RPENTERS
MARINE CAR
G
251-370-0548, 251-540-2176
Air Conditioning Co. Hiring
Inquiries and resumes to:
Service Techs and Duct
Lumber Grader, P.O. Box
Installers, Top Wages.
1663, Mobile, AL 36633
Good Benefits. Year
around work. Commercial
Cabinet Manufacturer has
& Residential. 251-639-4578
immediate openings for
CABINET MAKERS &
ELECTRICIANS,
CABINET MAKER
PLUMBERS,
HELPERS.
CARPENTERS & LABORExperienced
is preferred
ERS
but
Sander’s Bros. Inc. is
will
train
the
right
individaccepting
uals.
applications for work in the
Excel pay and benefits.
Pascagoula, MS. area.
Apply at 1651 N. Schillinger
Must be
Rd,
safety minded and pass a
or call 251-649-9562.
company approved drug
TradeCraftsSkills
ELECTRICIAN’S MAINTENANCE
HELPERS
MECHANIC
CLIMBERS & GROUNDMEN
Paint Company who does
/BOBCAT OPERATORS
new construction needs
for tree service. Pay based
PAINTERS & HELPERS.
on exp. Drivers license a
Painters must know how to must, CDL a plus. 251-401spray. Must be dependable.
** $200 **
8733
251-680-3865; 454-7068.
SIGN ON BONUS
AC & Commercial
CALL
OPERATOR for util. exca- Refrigeration Installer,
vation, D.I. & R.C.P. pip- Helper, Service Tech.
(251)957-3800
ing, MH. Mobile. $15/hr. 7 Salary & Benefits based on
yrs exp. 251-458-2828
Medical Equip.
Painters needed
experience. 251-928-7889
Must have transportation.
1ST CLASS CARPENTER Skilled 12 volt Installer
Repair Tech
Call 251-439-5348.
with own transportation & needed. Top pay. Highly
tools.
SAAD Healthcare Services
experienced only. 19 yr. old STRUCTURAL STEEL &
HELPER also needed.
has immediate opening for a
METAL BUILDING
co. 251-661-0261
Medical Equipment Repair
251-751-7123 or 662-0136
ERECTION
BODY MAN needed w/tools FOREMANS, JOURNEYTechnician. Hours are Mon.MAINTENANCE TECHNI- & exp for auto body shop.
Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. with
MAN &
CIAN
weekend rotation. Great pay
Apply in person b/t MonHELPERS Steady work,
Needed for Apartment
& benefits.
Fri 9-4, 901 Lakeside Dr
good
Complex
Please apply Mon.-Fri. 8:30pay. 251-675-6088
ELECTRICAL HELPER
4:30
Apply in person, Mon-Fri,
Needed. No experience
1515 University Blvd, Mobile,
9AM-4PM, 3800 Michael
A Siding Applicator, local,
required. 251-895-1139
AL
Blvd. EOE
top pay. HAPPY HOME
or call 251-343-9600 for appt.
ROOFERS & LABORERS IMPROVEMENTS 251-438EOE. M/F/D/V
4814
Help Needed Top $$.
Bender
Call 251-645-6129 or
ULCS needs exp. backhoe
★★★★★★
251-680-9463
Shipbuilding
op & laborers. Driver’s lic
required - CDL prefer.
MECHANIC NEEDED
Graham Gulf’s Temporary
Is
Now
Hiring
For
Backgrd
ck mandatory.
Exp
&
own
tools
req’d.
Top
office is 401 Cochran
The Following Crafts:
EOE company. Apply M-F,
Pay.
Bridge Causeway, Mobile,
7-9am,
3-5pm.
7387 Ziegler
Reid’s Auto Sales 251-456AL 251-706-3387. We are
- Carpenters
Cir. So. Mobile, AL 251-6071432
currently hiring Crew Boat - Shipfitters
9660
and Utility Boat Captains
- Welders
LUMBER GRADER
and Deckhands.
- Outside Machinists
EXP. CABINET Makers &
Applications accepted at
High Production SYP Mill Exp. Cabinet Painters
APPLY IN PERSON
the Mobile office. Valid drihas full time position open needed. 249-1683 ■
MUST PASS DRUG SCREEN
ver’s license required.
for experience Lumber
Grader of Grader Trainee. Finish Grade Operators,
Motorgraders, Doziers,
Exp. in lumber business
preferred but not required. Trackhoes, Loaders. 251653-5410
Qualifications: Physically EXP. PAINTERS. Must
MAINTENANCE
fit,
have own transportation.
TECHNICIAN
excellent vision, good eye- 497-5136 ■
hand coordination. Must be
The Mobile Register has an
able to read and write, fol- ELECTRICIANS
immediate opening for a
low oral and written
Maintenance Technician.
& HELPERS
instructions, good matheRequirements include high
REMODELERS
matic skills and be able to
Needed in the Gulf Shores
school diploma. Electrical
Exp’d
Carpenters
&
area.
read
tape
measure
(fractrade school or equivalent
Competitive wages and benetions).
industrial maintenance expe- Carpenter Helpers apply
fits.
only.
Pay
depends
on
experience necessary. Ability to
Call HEC
Excellent benefits.
troubleshoot and repair build- rience. 251-232-6520.
I
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Legal Notices
PUBLIC NOTICE
The
Moss
Point
Redevelopment Authority,
the
Urban
Renewal
Agency of the City of Moss
Point, Mississippi, does
hereby give notice that
written proposals will be
received by the Authority
at the Office of the Moss
Point City Clerk, 4412
Denny Street, Moss Point,
Mississippi, until 5:00 p.m.
on Thursday, October 20,
2005, for the sale of the following described property
and under the terms and
conditions hereinafter set
out, to-wit:
The
real
property
described in Deed Book
1054, Pages 536-537, Land
Deed Records of Jackson
County, Mississippi, less
and except property conveyed
to
the
State
Highway
Commission,
together with improvements known as the "On
The Avenue" building, said
property situated at the
Southeast intersection of
Main
Street
(State
Highway 613) and McInnis
Avenue.
The
Redevelopment
Authority, after receiving
bids/proposals, will negotiate with any or all bidder(s), in the discretion of
the Authority, in an
attempt to reach a final
agreement to sale and purchase. The Authority, in
their
discretion,
will
accept
the
proposal
deemed to be in the public
interest and that will further the Urban Renewal
Laws of the State and the
Downtown
Area
Plan/Project
of
the
Authority. The Authority
has the right to reject any
and/or all bids/proposals
and to waive any irregularities.
The sale will be under
the following terms and
conditions: (a) subject to
the
two
outstanding
month-to-month
leases
with Joanne Vann and
Kenneth
Sellers;
(b)
Authority will consider
bidder's proposal and bidder's intent to use and
rehabilitate the property
in accordance with the
R e d e v e l o p m e n t
Authority's
Downtown
Area
Urban
Renewal
Plan; (c) Authority will
consider
the
bidder's
financial and legal ability
to carry out the purchase
and bidder's plans; (d)
Authority will consider
terms to assure prevention
of property becoming a
slum or blighted area in
the future; (e) guarantee
from bidder that proposal
is not for the purpose of
speculation or anticipated
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appreciation of the property; (f) purchaser to execute a non-discrimination
agreement which terms
shall also be in the deed;
(g) purchase price to be
paid in full by certified or
bank check, with 10%
deposit of purchase price
at the time of selection by
Authority, with the balance
due at time of conveyance;
(h) bidder must comply
with all City Zoning and
building Codes and bidder
must acquire all permits,
licenses
and
other
approvals;
(i)
Redevelopment Authority
will retain all oil, gas and
other mineral rights not
reserved by prior grantors
with right of ingress and
egress in regard to said
mineral rights; (j) subject
to the approval of the sale
by the Mayor and Board of
Aldermen of the City of
Moss Point; (k) sale to be
"as is" and "where is" and
with no warranty, including any damage(s) caused
by Hurricane Katrina; (1)
bidder
to
satisfy
himself/herself as to the
legal title of property at
bidder's expense and bidder assumes responsibility
for title and any exceptions; (m) bidder to waive
survey and termite inspection or bidder may acquire
at bidder's expense; (n)
easement(s)
will
be
retained over any part of
said
property
which
presently has a street, utility or drainage use existing; (0) subject to any
City, State or Federal
statute, ordinance or regulation pertaining to the
title, possession or use of
subject property, including
but not limited to, zoning,
wetlands, environmental
protection, toxic and/or
hazardous
waste,
and
other
regulated
substances; (p) bidder will
assume any liability or
loss due to environmental
contamination, toxic or
hazardous waste caused
by past use of said property or due to violation of
any environmental protection law or regulation; (q)
subject to any encroachments or defects in title,
including, but not limited
to, lack of access, easements, rights-of-way, overlaps, boundary line disputes or deficiency in area
or measurements, which
an
accurate
surveyor
physical inspection of the
property and premises
would reveal or disclose;
(r) the Authority will
restrict the use of said
property to retail business(es) only that will generate sales tax revenue for
City of Moss Point; (s)
purchaser to assume ad
valorem taxes for the current year, due and payable
the next January 1; and
(t) any other terms or conditions raised during the
negotiation by Authority
for the public interest and
to assure that purchaser
and successors comply
with Urban Renewal Laws
and Urban Renewal Plans.
MOSS POINT REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
By: /s/ Robert Millender,
Chairman
No. 95273 3t 10/4-11-18
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given
that sealed bids will be
received by the Mayor and
Board of Aldermen of the
City
of
Moss
Point,
Mississippi at 4412 Denny
Street,
Moss
Point,
Mississippi until 7:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, November 1,
2005, and then and there
publicly opened and read,
for the lease of the following described real property, the same being as follows:
That
certain
tract,
piece or parcel of land situated
in
Section
12,
Township 7 South, Range 6
West, City of Moss Point,
Jackson
County,
Mississippi, according to
the original Township Plat
of said Jackson County,
but which is situated in
Claim Section 11 and part
of Governmental Lots 2
and 3 of Fractional Section
12, Township 7 South,
Range 6 West, according
to
the
Supplemental
Township Plat now on file
in the Office of the
Chancery Clerk of Jackson
County, Mississippi, being
more
particularly
described as follows:
Commencing at the. intersection of the East margin
of State Highway No. 613
with the North margin of
Saracennia Road, which
point is the Southwest corner of property owned by
Pascagoula-Moss
Point
Bank (Hancock Bank) by
deed dated September 7,
1972 and recorded in Book
445, Pages 151-153, Land
Deed Records of Jackson
County, Misisssippi, and
run thence North 78
degrees 51 minutes East
along the North margin of
said Sarcennia Road a distance of 248.17 feet to the
Southeast corner of said
Hancock Bank property;
thence run North 11
degrees 09 minutes West
along the East line of said
Hancock Bank property a
distance of 171.6 feet to the
Northeast corner of said
Hancock Bank property
and the point of beginning
of the property herein conveyed. And from said point
of
beginning
continue
thence North 11 degrees 09
minutes West a distance of
100.00 feet to a point;
thence run North 78
degrees 51 minutes East a
distance of 100.00 feet to a
point; thence run South 11
degrees 09 minutes East a
distance of 100.00 feet to a
point; thence run South 78
degrees 51 minutes West a
distance of 100.00 feet to
the point of beginning;
together with a 20 foot
easement for access to
said
property
off
of
Saracennia Road, to be
located by the City and
Lessee.
The lease of said 100
feet by 100 feet parcel and
access easement will be
under the following terms
and conditions: (a) City to
lease subject property and
easement "as is" and
"where is" under procedures and conditions of
Section 21-17-1, Mississippi
Code of 1972, as amended;
(b) City may, in its discretion, reject any and all
bids and waive any irregularities; (c) Lease and use
is subject to the public
ownership of any of subject property which lies
within the ordinary hightidal water mark, as set by
law, and any shores or bottoms of navigable waters
or to artificial accretions
or fill and subject to any
title asserted by any person or agency or to any
restriction on use of tidelands, wetlands, waters or
water rights and marsh,
including the provisions of
the
Coastal
Wetlands
Protection Laws; (d) The
property shall be used
exclusively for a telecommunication tower and
related facilities, and shall
not interfere with the use,
operation and maintenance of the City Fire
Station and Soap Box
Derby use on Saracennia
Road; (e) The property is
unimproved real property
and the Lessee shall furnish all funds, labor and
materials to make any and
all improvements and
additions to said property
according to applicable
laws, codes and regulations; (f) The City and
Lessee will enter a written
Agreement setting out further terms of the Lease, as
agreed to by the parties;
(g) The Lessee shall comply with City Ordinances
and regulations pertaining
to telecommunication towers; and (h) When considering and deciding the best
bid, the City will consider
the following: (1) proposed
use; (2) financial benefit
to City; (3) financial and
legal ability of the party
making a bid to carry it
out; (4) scope of improvements to the property and
time to completion of
improvements; (5) terms
and length of the lease;
and (6) benefit to the public interest and welfare.
The Mayor and Board
of Aldermen reserve the
right to reject any and/or
all bids and reserves the
right to waiver any irregularities.
By Order of the Mayor and
Board of Aldermen of the
City
of
Moss
Point,
Mississippi on June 9, 2005.
CITY OF MOSS POINT,
MISSISSIPPI
By:
/s/ Adlean Liddell City
Clerk
No. 95274 4t 10/4-11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
LINDA L. ROBERTS
PLAINTIFF
VS.
NO. 2005-1937-JB
ROBERT B. DUVAL AND
ANY AND ALL PERSONS
OR PARTIES, REAL OR
CORPORATE, HAVING
OR
CLAIMING
ANY
LEGAL OR EQUITABLE
INTEREST
IN
THE
PROPERTY
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED:
LOT 23, BLOCK 3, UNIT
1B,
GULF
PARK
ESTATES SUBDIVISION,
AS PER PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK
3,
PAGE
54,
RECORDS OF PLATS OF
JACKSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
TO:
1. Defendant, ROBERT B.
DUVAL, who is, if living,
an adult non-resident of
the State of Mississippi, or
who was not found within
the State of Mississippi by
Plaintiff after diligent
search and inquiry personally made by Plaintiff and
whose present place of residence, post office address
and street address are
unknown to the Plaintiff
after diligent search and
inquiry to ascertain the
same, and if dead, his
unknown
heirs-at-law,
legatees, devisees, executors, administrators, and
legal representatives, each
of whom is an adult nonresident of the State of
Mississippi or not to be
found therein, none of
whom are known to
Plaintiff and each of whom
was not found within the
State of Mississippi by
Plaintiff after diligent
search and inquiry personally made by Plaintiff and
whose names, present
places of residence, post
office address and street
address are unknown to
Plaintiff after diligent
search and inquiry to
ascertain the same.
2. AND ANY AND ALL
PERSONS OR PARTIES,
REAL OR CORPORATE,
HAVING OR CLAIMING
ANY LEGAL OR EQUITABLE INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED:
LOT 23, BLOCK 3, UNIT
1B,
GULF
PARK
ESTATES SUBDIVISION,
AS PER PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK
3,
PAGE
54,
RECORDS OF PLATS OF
JACKSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI.
You have been made a
Defendant in the suit filed
in this Court by Plaintiff
Linda Roberts seeking to
Quiet Title and Remove
Cloud and Claim for
Adverse Possession and to
Confirm
Title
and
Reformation to the property
described
above,
acquired from a Warranty
Deed conveyed to Linda
Roberts and recorded on
June 3, 2003, in Deed Book
1305, Page 849 on file with
the
land
records
of
Jackson
County,
Mississippi.
You are summoned to
appear and defend against
the complaint or petition
filed against you in this
action at 9:30 A.M. on the
8th day of December, 2005
in the Chancery courtroom
of the Jackson County
Courthouse in Pascagoula,
Mississippi, and in case of
your failure to appear and
defend a judgment will be
entered against you for the
money or other things
demanded in the complaint or petition.
You are not required to
file an answer or other
pleading but you may do
so if you desire. Issued
under my hand and the
seal of said Court, this 27th
day of September, 2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
JACKSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
BY: Valarie Broadnax
Parker, D.C.
No. 95279 3t 10/4-11-18
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
RANDOLPH F. FAGAN
AND JOEDNA R. FAGAN
PLAINTIFFS
VERSUS
CIVIL ACTION NO. 20051858RP
THOMAS L. McRAE, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED; LULA M.
McRAE, IF LIVING, AND
ALL OF HER UNKNOWN
HEIRS, IF DECEASED;
ANY AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES
CLAIMING
INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
THOMAS L. McRAE, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, who are
nonresidents of the State of
Mississippi or who are not
to be found in the State of
Mississippi, and whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown after diligent
search and inquiry by the
Plaintiffs
LULA M. BUTLER, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, who are
nonresidents of the State of
Mississippi or who are not
to be found in the State of
Mississippi, and whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown after diligent
search and inquiry by the
Plaintiffs
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 27, 1990, and
more
particularly
described hereinbelow
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by RANDOLPH F. FAGAN AND
JOEDNA
R.
FAGAN,
Plaintiffs,
seeking
to
establish that the Plaintiffs
are owners in fee simple
and in possession of the
following described property lying and being situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, and seeking to
confirm their tax title to
said property, more particularly described as follows:
LOT
105
MARTIN'S
BLUFF S/D NO. 3 PB 11-36
DB 389 229-230 (M773.12)
PARCEL # 05953205.000
JACKSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
There
are
no
Defendants other than you
in this action.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the
Complaint filed against
you in this action to C.
THOMAS
ANDERSON,
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
whose address is Post
Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11TH
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Valerie BroadnaxParker, D.C.
No. 95288 3t 10/11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
PHILIP E. HUFFMAN
AND ALETHA C. HUFFMAN
PLAINTIFFS
VERSUS
CIVIL ACTION NO. 20052024-JB
RALPH
EUGENE
EDWARDS, IF LIVING,
AND
ALL
OF
HIS
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IF
DECEASED; CARMELITA
LAGELLIS
EDWARDS, IF LIVING,
AND
ALL
OF
HER
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IF
DECEASED; AND ANY
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
RALPH
EUGENE
EDWARDS, IF LIVING,
AND
ALL
OF
HIS
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IF
DECEASED, who are
adult nonresidents of the
State of Mississippi or are
not to be found in the State
of Mississippi, and whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown
CARMELITA LAGELLIS
EDWRDS, IF LIVING,
AND
ALL
OF
HER
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IF
DECEASED, who are
adult nonresidents of the
State of Mississippi or are
not to be found in the State
of Mississippi, and whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 26, 2002, and
more
particularly
described hereinbelow
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by
PHILIP E.
HUFFMAN
AND
ALETHA C. HUFFMAN,
Plaintiffs,
seeking
to
establish that the Plaintiffs
are the owners in fee simple and in possession of the
following described property and seeking to confirm his tax title to said
property, more particularly described as follows:
COM NEC NW 1/4 NW 1/4
SEC 11 S 382.7' TO POB S
173.7' W 627' N 173.7' E 627'
TO
POB
DB
961-548
(73.1M693) PARCEL NO.
03511230.010 S-T-R: 11 - 6S 9W PPIN 17146 YR 2001
JACKSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
There
are
no
Defendants other than you
in this action.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the Bill
filed against you in this
action to C. THOMAS
ANDERSON, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is
Post Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11th
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Valerie Broadnax
Parker, D.C.
No. 95289 3t 10/11-18-25
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 2005-1623
Letters Testamentary
having been issued on the
26th day of August, 2005,
by the Chancery Court of
Jackson
County,
Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the Estate of
Ronald Keith McCormick,
Deceased, Cause No. 20051623-JB, notice is hereby
given to all persons having
claims against said estate
to present the same to the
clerk of said Court for probate
and
registration
according to law within
ninety (90) days from the
date of the first publication
of this notice, or they will
be forever barred.
This the 27th day of
September, 2005.
Cynthia
Regina,
Administratrix
No. 95277 3t 10/4-11-18
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
CHARLES L. GIBSON
AND SHERRIE S. GIBSON
PLAINTIFFS
VERSUS
CIVIL ACTION NO. 20052023 PW
FRANCIS H. MINTER IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED; PEGGY
A. MINTER, IF LIVING,
AND
ALL
OF
HER
UNKNOWN HEIRS, IF
DECEASED; THE CITY
OF OCEAN SPRINGS,
MISSISSIPPI;
THE
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI;
AND ANY AND ALL
OTHER
PARTIES
CLAIMING INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
FRANCIS H. MINTER, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, who are
adult non-residents of this
state, or are not to be
found in this state on diligent inquiry, and the post
office
address,
street
address and whereabouts
of said Defendant cannot
be
ascertained
by
Plaintiffs after diligent
search and inquiry.
PEGGY A. MINTER, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, who are
adult non-residents of this
state, or are not to be
found in this state on diligent inquiry, and the post
office
address,
street
address and whereabouts
of said Defendant cannot
be
ascertained
by
Plaintiffs after diligent
search and inquiry
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 27, 1984 and
August 26, 1985, and more
particularly
described
hereinbelow:
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by
CHARLES L. GIBSON
AND SHERRIE S. GIBSON, Plaintiffs, seeking to
establish that the Plaintiffs
are the owners in fee simple and in possession of the
following described property and seeking to confirm their Forfeited Tax
Land Patent from the
State of Mississippi to said
property, more particularly described as follows:
Lot 31 Blk 241 Gulf Park
Est S/D Unt 34 PB 11-41&45
DB 590-512 PPIN 30379
Section 35 & 2, Township 8
South, Range 8 West
Parcel/PPIN: 05409041.000
Jackson
County,
Mississippi
Defendants other than
you in this action are the
City of Ocean Springs,
Mississippi, and the State
of Mississippi.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the
Complaint filed against
you in this action to C.
THOMAS
ANDERSON,
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
whose address is Post
Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11TH
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Valerie Broadnax
Parker, D.C.
No. 95290 3t 10/11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
RANDOLPH F. FAGAN
AND JOEDNA R. FAGAN
PLAINTIFFS
VERSUS
CIVIL ACTION NO. 20051855PW
ROGER W. YEADEKE,
IF LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED; AND
ANY AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES
CLAIMING
INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
ROGER W. YEADEKE,
IF LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, who are
nonresidents of the State of
Mississippi or who are not
to be found in the State of
Mississippi, and whose last
known address is 8813
Neoptune Avenue, Ocean
Springs, MS 39564
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 30, 1999, and
more
particularly
described hereinbelow
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by RANDOLPH F. FAGAN AND
JOEDNA
R.
FAGAN,
Plaintiffs,
seeking
to
establish that the Plaintiffs
are owners in fee simple
and in possession of the
following described property lying and being situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, and seeking to
confirm their tax title to
said property, more particularly described as follows:
PARCEL
#05407702.000
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
LOT 2 BLK 198 GULF
PARK EST S/D SEC 11-8S8W DB 917-188
There
are
no
Defendants other than you
in this action.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the
Complaint filed against
you in this action to C.
THOMAS
ANDERSON,
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
whose address is Post
Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11th
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Valerie Broadnax
Parker, D.C.
No. 95287 3t 10/11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
GERALD
COLEMAN
AND
LOIS
LUCILLE
COLEMAN
PLAINTIFFS
VERSUS
CASE NO. 2005-2027JB
ALLEN DOUVIER, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED; AND
ANY AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES
CLAIMING
INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
ALLEN DOUVIER, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HIS UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown to Plaintiffs after
diligent search and inquiry
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 31, 1998, and
more
particularly
described hereinbelow
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by GERALD COLEMAN AND
LOIS LUCILLE COLEMAN, Plaintiffs, seeking to
establish that the Plaintiffs
are owners in fee simple
and in possession of the
following described property and seeking to confirm their tax title to said
property, more particularly described as follows:
SE 1/4 NE 1/4 NW 1/4 & SW
1/4 NW 1/4 NE 1/4 DB 1032390 (16M782.9) PROPERTY ID: 03009010.000 SECTION 09, TOWNSHIP -7,
RANGE 8W JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
There
are
no
Defendants other than you
in this action.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the
Complaint filed against
you in this action to C.
THOMAS
ANDERSON,
Attorney for Plaintiffs,
whose address is Post
Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11TH
OF
OCTOBER,
2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIV-
ERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Susan Robinson, D.C.
No. 95295 3t 10/11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
IN RE: HEIRSHIP OF
MARY
T.
JONES,
DECEASED
MARY B. JONES LAUMAN and LILLY B.
MEDLIN, CO-PETITIONERS
No. 2005-1938 PW
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO: THE UNKNOWN OR
KNOWN HEIRS-AT-LA W
AND ANY AND ALL
OTHER
PERSONS
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST AS
HEIRS OF MARY T.
JONES DECEASED.
You have been made
Respondents in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by
MARY B. JONES LAUMAN and LILLY B.
MEDLIN, Co-Petitioners.
The
Petition
filed
against you is a civil
action seeking to have
Mary B. Jones Lauman
and Lilly B. Medlin, be
established by further
order through this court
adjudicated as the sole and
only heirs at law of the
deceased, Mary T. Jones,
all as fully set out in the
Petition on file in the
Chancery Clerk of Jackson
County, Mississippi.
YOU
ARE
SUMMONED TO APPEAR
AND DEFEND AGAINST
THE PETITION FILED
AGAINST YOU IN THIS
ACTION AT 9:30 O'CLOCK
A.M. ON THE 14TH DAY
OF DECEMBER, 2005, IN
THE
TEMPORARY
COURTROOM OF THE
JACKSON
COUNTY
CHANCERY
COURTHOUSE
AT
PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI; AND, IN CASE OF
YOUR
FAILURE
TO
APPEAR AND DEFEND,
A JUDGMENT WILL BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
PETITION.
You are not required to
file an answer or other
pleading but you may do
so if you desire in care of
James B. Wright, Jr.,
Attorney at Law, P.O. Box
249, Ocean Springs, MS
39566.
ISSUED under my hand
and seal of said Court, this
the 29th day October, 2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
By: Susan Robinson, D.C.
No. 95281 3t 10/4-11-18
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
LOIS LUCILLE COLEMAN
PLAINTIFF
VERSUS
CIVIL ACTION NO. 20052029 PW
CLARENCE
ELDO
LEWIS, IF LIVING, AND
ALL OF HIS UNKNOWN
HEIRS, IF DECEASED;
VIRGIE M. LEWIS, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED; AND
ANY AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES
CLAIMING
INTEREST
DEFENDANTS
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
TO:
CLARENCE
ELDO
LEWIS, IF LIVING, AND
ALL OF HIS UNKNOWN
HEIRS, IF DECEASED,
whose post office address
and street address are
unknown to Plaintiff after
diligent search and inquiry
VIRGIE M. LEWIS, IF
LIVING, AND ALL OF
HER UNKNOWN HEIRS,
IF DECEASED, whose
post office address and
street
address
are
unknown to Plaintiff after
diligent search and inquiry
Any and all other parties,
individual or corporate,
having or claiming any
right, title or interest,
either legal or equitable, in
and to the following
described property situated in Jackson County,
Mississippi, sold for taxes
on August 28, 2000, and
more
particularly
described hereinbelow
You have been made
Defendant in the lawsuit
filed in this Court by LOIS
LUCILLE
COLEMAN,
Plaintiff,
seeking to establish that
the Plaintiff is the owner
in fee simple and in possession of the following
described property and
seeking to confirm her tax
title to said property, more
particularly described as
follows:
LOT 2979 OCEAN BEACH
EST S/D 3RD ADD DB 343292 (M872.9) PROPERTY
ID 06050934.000 SECTION
19 TOWNSHIP -8 RANGE
7W JACKSON COUNTY,
MISSISSIPPI
There
are
no
Defendants other than you
in this action.
You are required to
mail or hand deliver a
written response to the Bill
filed against you in this
action to C. THOMAS
ANDERSON, Attorney for
Plaintiff. whose address is
Post Office Box 566, Ocean
Springs, MS 39566-0566.
YOUR
RESPONSE
MUST BE MAILED OR
DELIVERED
NOT
LATER THAN THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE 11TH
DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005,
WHICH IS THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SUMMONS.
IF
YOUR
RESPONSE IS NOT SO
MAILED
OR
DELIVERED, A JUDGMENT BY
DEFAULT
WILL
BE
ENTERED
AGAINST
YOU FOR THE MONEY
OR
OTHER
RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE
COMPLAINT.
You must also file the
original of your Response
with the Clerk of this Court
within a reasonable time
afterward.
ISSUED under my hand
and the seal of said Court,
this the 4th day of October,
2005.
TERRY
MILLER,
CHANCERY CLERK
BY: Susan Robinson D.C.
No. 95296 3t 10/11-18-25
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH
L.
SMITH,
DECEASED
NO. 2005-1952 PW
HEPLER F. SHOCKLEY
PETITIONER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Letters Testamentary
having been issued on the
27th day of September,
2005, by the Chancery
Court of Jackson County,
Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the estate of
ELIZABETH L. SMITH,
Deceased,
Cause
No.
2005-1952 PW, notice is
hereby given to all persons
having claims against said
estate to present the same
to the Clerk of said Court
for probate and registration according to law within ninety (90) days from
the date of the first publication of this notice, or
they will be forever
barred.
This the 27th day of
September, 2005.
HEPLER F. SHOCKLEY
By:
E. FOLEY RANSON
No. 95276 3t 10/4-11-18
IN THE CHANCERY
COURT OF JACKSON
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF ALLEN
DAVID
EUBANKS,
DECEASED
VERSUS
CAUSE NO. 2005-1803 RP
CLARENCE
EUGENE
EUBANKS
EXECUTOR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Letters Testamentary
have issued on the 19th day
of August, 2005, by the
Chancery Court of Jackson
County, Mississippi to
Clarence Eugene Eubanks
on the Estate of Allen
David Eubanks, deceased,
and notice is hereby given
to all persons having
claims against said estate
to present the same to the
Clerk of this Court for probate
and
registration
according to the law within
ninety (90) days from the
first publication of this
Notice of they will be forever barred.
This the 4th day of
October, 2005.
DARYL A. DRYDEN
Attorney for the Estate of
Allen David Eubanks
No. 95298 3t 10/11-18-25
Furniture /
Household
380
MATTRESS SET Dble
Pillow top, new in plastic,
exceeds Serta Warranty.
Qn $250. Kg $325
delivery (850)501-0270
NEW QUEEN Pillow Top
Mattress set. Never
opened. $145 Can deliver
228-234-0999
Industrial
Equipment
400
‘83 MODEL CASE 880
Track-hoe. Runs good.
Call Steve 228-218-6046
Miscellaneous
420
TRAILERS, 16ft Tandem,
Ramps & Carrier;
5X8 tilt; 6.5 X10;
(601)766-3700
Sunquest Tanning Bed,
24 bulb, used 2 mos, excel
cond .$1,200 (601)766-0028
Seafood
440
FRESH SHRIMP DAILY
High Quality, Low prices
***475-3850***
Pets/Animals/
Livestock
TERMS: $5000. Cashier
Check made payable to Matt
Presley Auctioneers, required
to bid. 10% Down Payment on
day to sale w/closing in 30
days.
Taxes prorated.
10% Buyer’s Premium
Matt Presley Auctioneers
Matt Presley, AL# 1493
251-634-2419 or 583-6156
335
Building
Materials
NEED
A ROOF?
STEEL ROOFING
& SIDING
Majestic Metals, Inc.
1-800-647-8540
STEEL ROOFING & SIDING
Galvalume & Colors from $9.95/sq
Goldin Metals, Inc. 800-777-6216
Equipment
Sales
365
Rentals
20’ GOOSENECK Dual
Tandem trailer w/ 5’
dove tail, 10,000 lb axles.
$4000 228-861-4029
380
Furniture /
Household
CKC Miniature Pinscher
puppies $150 & up,
228-327-7116
485
Pets: Free to
A Good Home
FREE KITTENS,
8 wks old, 826-1143
BOXERS 2 adult females
2 & 3 yrs old. Free to
good home. 228-860-2048
PUPPIES, mixed breed,
3 males, 10 wks old.
228-235-0280
Real Estate
Residential
Jackson
County
G
HURLEY, 3br/2ba, near
E. Cent Schs. appt 2300sf,
$129,900 Steven Jordan
& Assoc. 228-475-1515
6+ Acres w/2 mobilehomes, Shop / Playhouse
& Pool. East Cent. Sch.
Dist. $110,000 228-641-3995
510
Moss Point
& Esca.
2400 SQ FT 4 br, 2 ba,
1 1/2 acres, pool. North
of I-10. $200,000 623-4872
2 BR, 1 BA, living room,
family room, kitchen, utility, dbl carport,
large pecan & palm trees.
Sold as is. $17,900
228-249-1030
515
Pascagoula
3BR/2BA, 1600 sq ft,
Rep
pairs in Progress!
Eastlawn School District
$98,000. MUST SEE!
228-218-0791
N. Pascagoula, 3br/3ba,
Avail now, No Flooding
228-990-7419/ 706-840-4035
520
Gautier
Vancleave
Rented, 3br older home,
needs some work, great
neighborhood. No flooding, $42,000. 228-497-1463
For Sale, 3br/1ba Brick
home. No water damage.
228-872-4628
VANCLEAVE 3 br, 2 ba,
F/P. For Sale by Owner.
As is. $76,000 818-0623
4/3, 2300+ sf, 3 yrs old,
on Golf Course.
$215K 954-290-7389
525
Louis Phillip
All wood cherry bedroom suite: dresser,
mirror, chest, queen
bed with rails, night
stand
Retail Value
Special Price
$2,040
$999
Willis
Furniture
“Where Quality is
Still Affordable”
3202 Chico St.
Pascagoula
762-0028
Read the
Classifieds
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
VANCLEAVE 2-10 ACRE
tracts, ok for mobiles
homes. Owner financing.
Joe West Realty,
228-497-3797
VANCLEAVE Ramsay
Oaks. Wooded lots for
homes only, Covenants,
Min. 1600 sq. ft.
ST MARTIN Jordan
Farms Partiallly cleared
home sites w/water,
sewer for
doublewides
530
228-875-3200
35 -Thousand +or -ac.
George & Jackson Co. 850496-1109 or www.
landandtimber.com
4.34 Ac Lot in Established
Subd, Hurley. No trailers.
228-588-3769 / 228-369-9699
555
Lots & LandGeorge Co.
5.75 ACRES
w/14 x 60 Mobilehome
(601)766-9708
560
Lots & LandOther Areas
Grand Bay, Quail Ridge, 1
ac lots, w/ septic, $12,900.
251-865-3200
570Mobilehomes
Sales
16X80,’92, 3br/2ba, w/
deck, furn, appl, all
linens, kitchen equp, etc.
Great cond. Much More!
Must move 228-475-2233
2001 CHANDELIER
28 x 58 3 BR, 2 BA, all
appls, fireplace. $35,000/
OBO 251-634-1313
‘99 Fleetwood Eagle Trace
52x24, 3 br, 2 ba.
228-990-6058
2000 BUCCANEER
16 x 80, 3 BR, 2 BA,
all appls. Good cond.
$25,000/OBO 251-634-1313
2001 INDIES 28 x 72,
4 br, 3 ba, formal den,
living room w/fireplace.
$52,500/OBO 251-634-1313
Lucedale
Ocean Springs, $32,000 2195065/ 497-3649 after 6p
1995 14X56 2br/1ba,
very good cond.
$9,000. 228-327-2279
28 x 48 RIVERLAND
3 br, 2 ba. Immaculate.
Zone 2. 601-989-2119
9am-6pm
‘99 CAVALIER 16 x 80
3 br, 2 ba, w/FP, oven,
stove & refrig. Pay-off.
228-474-4940 Lv mess.
G
TWO 14 x 80 MOB HOM
3BR / 2 BA on Acreage
In Creole, AL
3BR / 1 1/2 BA, 14 x 70
In Saraland
Price $60,0000 Each
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME
2100 sq ft, 100 x 232
Ft Lot, Great Area
West Mobile
2355 Sequoya Trail
Price $220,000
CALL BETH AT
GULF COAST
REALTY
877-974-2900
Real Estate
Rentals
625
Condos /
Townhomes
G
Orange Beach AL Condo,
Gulf front, 1br/2ba, fully
furnished including util.
by day, week or month
(2251)942-8053
635
Furnished
Apartments
1 & 2 BEDROOMS
All Utilities Furnished.
$100- $125 wk. 475-7419
Publisher’s Notice
All real estate
advertising in this
newspaper is subject
to the Federal Fair
Housing Amendments
Act, which make it
illegal to advertise any
preference, limitations
or discrimination based
on race, color, religion,
sex, national origin,
handicap, familiar
status, or an intention
to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination.
familial status includes
children under the
age of 18 living with
parents or legal
custodians, pregnant
women and people
securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real
estate which is in
violation of the law. To
report discrimination,
call the Office of Fair
Housing and Equal
Opportunity of the
U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban
Development (HUD)
at 1-800-669-9777. The
HUD TTY telephone
number for the
hearing impaired is
212-708-1455.
1BR Apt totally furn,
Peach St, Pascagoula
228-474-2268
2BR/1BA APARTMENT In Mobile,
fully furnished utilities incl.,
Cable/high spd internet.
Available now! $3,210/ mo.
800-968-0848 ext 224
645
Unfurnished
Apartments
REMODELED 1BR
$100/Dep, + $280/Rent,
** 990-7951***475-6813**
Williamsburg
Square Townhomes
769-7700
Washer/Dryer
Connections
Senior & Military Discounts
GREAT SPECIALS
Spacious 1 & 2 BR
Safe Residential area
near Downtown
Beautiful Renovated
$410/$500. 762-8969
PATIO APARTMENTS
1950 Pascagoula St.
COME & SEE!!!
GAUTIER’S
BEST LOCATION
Singing River Apts.
1 BR APT $425mo,
All util inc. $200 discount 1st mo 769-3781
‘98 16 X80, 3br/2ba,
$18,000; 1/2 ac lot $17,000;
‘78 12X65, private lot
inc. $17,000. 228-475-3320
650
Unfurnished
Houses
WADE 2BR/1BA
Mobilehome
Lots
Central H/A, Total Elect
228-588-9518/ 956-330-5857
OCEAN SPRINGS- homesites with water & sewer
hookups for rent. 875-3200
660Mobilehomes
Rentals
MAGNOLIA POINTE
Lots For Rent
8130 Tanner Williams Rd.
1300 Schillinger Rd.
Call 251-634-1313
Forts Lake 2br/1ba, 14x50
No pets,total elect $350mo
$250Dep. 251-633-8825
575
585
Waterfront
Lots/Land
WANTED In Jackson
County, Lot or House
on water. Call D.K.
601-362-4022 / 601-981-5722
Real Estate
Commercial
595
Office Space
for Rent
HWY 57(Near I-10)
1200SF Retailer Office,
***$600/Mo*** 228-832-4475
610
Commercial
9 acres w/ Commercial
3000 sq ft metal building,
perfect staging area,
LOOKING FOR A HOME
For hurricane construtcMOBILE COUNTY
tion. 228-424-7040
3BR/1BA BRICK HOME
w/ 1BR/1BA APT
Saraland Area
1624 Cleveland Rd
Price $130,000
Commercial Building for
lease in Lucealde, 1,000 sq
ft, $450mo. Great
location w/ high traffic
(601)947-9422/ 601-508-9422
1984 CONCORD 14 x 64
2br, 2ba. Good cond.
To be moved. $4000
After 5 228-588-6889
Homes
in General
3BR/1BA BRICK HOME
1200 sq ft, Near Mall
613 Janwood Dr, Mob
Price $125,000
Commercial
Property
With-in walking to
Jr. College &
Singing River Mall
Call about our 2 BR
Specials w/W&D conn.
(228) 497-1359
BENNDALE 2 BR, 1.5 ba,
Property
4 acres, pond, guest house
Commercial Building for
w/bath, lots of
Sale, Call Allen Deal/
extras. Call for appt.
Keller Williams Realty
601-947-6476
228-861-4165
540
610
‘99 16X80, 3BR, 2BA in
Ocean Springs
3 BR, 2 BA, Approx.
1400 sf. 505 Heatherstone
3 PC King Dbl Pillow Top $125K. 818-5283
Matt/Set never opened
Worth $550 Sell $225
George Co.
Can deliver 228-234-0999
A MOVING! Sacrifice All!
Beautiful Qn Anne Cherry
King 10-pc bdrm w/mattress set etc. Italian real
lthr 7pc den
Elegant (solid
Mahogany) 10-pc pedestal
dining rm w/china etc.
All cost over $20K, 1st
$6500 /obo. All like new.
Pedestal Dinette w/
china, fruit
design w/ crackle lthr
nailheads, offer 474-7257
Lots & LandJackson Co.
w.msgulfcoastproperty.com
NASA Memory Foam
Vancleave, 3br/2ba,
Queen size matt. set. 20 yr 2628 sq ft, on 5.86 acres,
warr Must sell $495 Can
$289,000. 228-826-1213
deliver 228-234-0999
A NEW Full size Matt/
Set. New, never opened.
$130.00 Can deliver.
228-234-0999
550
Pascagoula
228-769-8819
3 BR, 2 BA, on 27 acres,
30 x 40 metal building,
4 miles from Interstate.
(601)766-3771
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Property includes 1998
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Table, Story & Clark Piano,
Antique Armoire, Oak Gents
Robe, French Style Coffee
Table, 5 Antique English Pub
Chairs, Iron Bed, Power
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480
ESTATE
AUCTION
5524 Woodside Dr. N.
Mobile, AL
HOME for Sale - 3br/2ba,
1904 sq ft, 1.62acs, & pool,
George/Greene Co. line on
Hwy 57, $98,000
601-753-2327/ 601-550-8209
GAUTIER Hickory Hills
Wooded lots for housesDesignated area for
Manufactured HomesCity water/sewer
Owner Financing
available
505
Auctions
Any condition, any area,
any situation sell your
house quickly. 872-4628
Built on site!12X12, $1595 stream. $23,500 769-1461
12X16, $1895;16X24, $2695 9.9 ACRES, 3 miles from
251-625-1626, pg. 423-9283 N. end of Lily Orchard
Rd, $40k, 228-588-6162
SOD, CENTIPEDE, St. AUG
Bermuda. Delivery/Install 228- HURLEY 6 ACRES
High land on paved road.
396-0282 1-866-374-7277
$66,000 475-0164 / 990-5024
2BR, 4504 Peach St,
Antiques
Pascagoula, $39,000
J&B ANTIQUES & GIFTS
/offer Some Owner
Certified Appraiser for all Financing 228-218-29926
antiques. Furniture &
lamp restoration. 769-0542
320
Homes
in General
QUALITY STORAGE 3.029 ACRES River Bluff
Subd., Vancleave w/
BUILDINGS
Merchandise
305
540
Pascagoula, Lease /Sale
4,560 sq ft. Dry, No hurricane damage, 3 street
access, drive thru shop,
1,645 sq ft office.
228-424-7040
Wade, small Beauty Shop
on Hwy 63, some equip
inc, could be used as
office space. $50,000.
228-475-1515. Steven
Jordan & Assoc.
G
3br/2ba Escatawpa,
No pets, $200 dep/$450mo
228-218-1388/ 218-1387
2 & 3 BR, NO PETS.
Credit check. $250 security
deposit. $350-$480 month.
Some Sect. 8 available.
Empty Lots for rent $135$250 Anchor Trailer Park.
497-2475
G
BIG POINT, 3BR/1BA
References & lease
required. 228-218-0467
Recreation
■ Indicates
Jackson
County
710
BoatsPower
’04 Century 2200
w/200 Yamaha 4-Stroke,
low hours, all electronics,
loaded, $39,500. 251-610-6989
Yamaha 250 OX66, fuel
injected, Salt Water Series
II 2002 ENGINES. 30’’
PASCAGOULA 12 UNIT shafts. Low hours, transferable warr until July
Apartment Complex.
Interior repairs needed. 2007. REDUCED further
VERY positive cash flow $12K for pair. Gulf Shores.
Owner financing avail. 251-967-1227, 510-1227
228-623-2211
19’ Bayliner Bow Rider
140 I/O Mercruiser, new
VHF,
depth recorder, trailer, like
new, $5,500. 251-653-8958
22’ GRADY WHITE
Walk around Cuddy Cabin,
Johnson Ocean Runner,
Alum
trailer, Great Cond!
$10,000.
★★ 251-583-3670 ★★
10-B
710
THE MISSISSIPPI PRESS
BoatsPower
20’ Mako cc, exc cond, galvanized trailer, bimini top,
etc. Johnson 130hp Motor,
$5,500 obo. 251-476-1173
’96 Cobia 17 1/2FT CC, 75hp
Yam, trol motor, GPS,
depth fndr, weather band
radio, cover. Exc cond
$7200 251-345-3300
710
BoatsPower
16’ Skiff 35hp Stack 3
Johnson, 67lb Motor Guide
TM 24 volt, galvanized
trailer, all in good shape.
$3,500. 251-476-2717
720
Boats Sail
MACGREGOR 26M ’05
21’ Cape Horn, CC, twin 200 Wheel, 5’11’’ headroom, M/
Merc O/Bs, livewell, wash- sail, trailer, water ballast.
down, all elect., galv 2 axle
$19,990. 2511-809-0408
trlr w/new tires $18K
PEARSON 35
Danny 251-344-1979
30hp Yanmar diesel, sloop
centerboard, 11’ beam, 3.9HYDRA-SPORTS
21ft. 1992 WAC Deep V, 200 5.5 draft, very good cond.no storm damage. $30,000.
Evinrude, full transom,
engine bracket, swim plat- 251-929-2853.
form, hydraulic steering,
LAKESPORT ‘02, alum,
trim tabs, live well, wash30hp Yamaha, Precision
down, fishfinder, GPS, 2000
Mix & trlr, $4,000.
Performance trailer, mainfirm, 228-588-3988
tenance current, incl. new
powerpack, waterpump,
Jet
rebuilt carbs, ready to fish.
Looks sharp. Exc. boat.
Skis
$9,400 251-581-5633
’04 Honda Aqua Trax 1200
★★★★★★★★★
Turbo, 3 Seater, Blk/Silver,
04 Xpress w/ 05 90hp
Trlr, Custom Cover, 165HP,
Mercury Like New $10,500 20 Hrs. $8495. 251-660-2858
Call Billy 251-679-7500
730
97 Robalo 2320 CC, 225
Mariner OS, full trans.,
alum trlr, new Furuno
elecs, t-top/curtains, F/W/
S/W wash down, tuna door,
live well, Exc cond,
$27,900. 251-379-9078
760
Campers/
Travel
Trailers
920
Cars
Lexus ES300 ’03. Loaded,
voice GPS, moon S/L, $5k
Mark Levinson stereo,
Exc. cond. $24,500 251-3661646, 990-8266
ACURA 3.2 CL ’01: Blk/blk
lthr, loaded, all pwr, 6-CD,
Sunroof, Bose stereo, 64K
mi. Below NADA at
$14,500. 251-989-3030
Lexus ES300 ’99, Black,
Tan lthr, AT, V6, CD, all
power. Very Clean, Runs
Perfect. Must Sell! $8900
CASH. 251-404-7445
ACURA 3.2CL TYPE S ’01
Red, Black Lthr, CD,
Sunroof, All
Options! New Tires! 68K
Miles.
$13,400. Call 251-786-7500
Acura Legend Coupe ’89
AT, cold AC, 12-CD, Polk
spkr, s/rf, PW, PL, crse,
well maint. $3000 obo 251435-4757 709-2332
AUDI ’01 A6 2.7T AWD
Dk. grn w/tan lthr, 41,500
mi,
Great Cond! Htd. seats,
sunroof,
Bose stereo/CD, Premium
pkg.
$20,000. 251-610-2024 lv msg.
BMW 325i ’01
Wht w/blk lthr, loaded, 46K
mi
All records. $21,000
Call 251-623-9030
G
780
17’ Nitro Bass Boat, all
options, galvanized trailer,
115hp Mercury, looks new,
$6,900 obo. 251-476-11173
A 2000 19’ Cape Horn, 150
Merc, full elec, alum trlr,
t-top w/box. Exc. cond.
$16,995. 251-404-6052; 6337591
1999 467 Ranger Bass boat
200HP Evinrude. Fully
loaded, $14,000 OBO or will
trade. 251-213-1387
35FT Grand Banks Style
Trawler ’83 New diesel
generator, 2BR, 2BA,
radar, TV,
stereo, all the Toys!
$92,000.
251-331-0044
12ft Aluminum Boat
w/ 25hp Johnson,
trolling motor & trailer
$500. 228-990-8926
JAVELIN 389T 1995, 19’,
150 Evinrude, Galv
Tandem Axle Trailer,
options galore. Great
Cond! $8500 OBO. 251-6799064
‘89 Coachman, 30ft, new
AC & refrigerator,
47k mi, good cond, $18,000.
(251)847-3339
26ft Southwind Flair,
Class A, runs great,
clean int, slight body
damage. $8,500 reduced.
228-875-2944
G
1997 Holiday Rambler
32 ft, like new, 20k mi,
$36,000 (251)865-2121
‘95 BOUNDER J 34ft,
good cond. payoff
$24,000 228-769-1020
/ 228-623-5030
2000 Mountain Air 33ft
2 slides, V-10 Banks eng,
24 kmi loaded, ext warr.
Onan Gen. 2000 Saturn
inc. $65,0000. 251-961-1675
‘89 DOLPHIN 33’
Good cond. $7500/obo
(601)508-7723
’04 Kenner 23FT, 225
Optimax, T-top, GPS, depth 2005 Monaco Diplomat
finder, dual batteries, low 40ft, 4 slides, 3k mi,
hours. $35,000. 251-402-8512 loaded, $175,000. nego.
251-421-1335/ 251-634-9821
1980 23’ Robalo Cuddy
Cabin, Mercury 225HP O/B
galv trlr. $6900 obo.
Call Randy 251-423-0326
1978 Mako CC w/ 2001
250HP Mercury,
$11,700. 228-826-0330
lev mesg.
21 FT. CREST PONTOON
BOAT. ’96, 115 Mariner,
loaded, great shape.
$8,500 251-649-9590
Vehicles
■ Indicates
Jackson
County
18FT SEACRAFT ’79.
130HP Johnson ’95, Alum
Antique &
Trlr, DF, VHF, Bimini Top,
Collectibles
Well Maint. $7800. 251-6399838; 802-5074
’87 Chevy Silverado Short
Bed, 20K Engine, 8K
Sea Ray ’98,
21’ Bowrider, kept indoor Trans, Auto, O/D, AC, PS,
New Paint, All Like New!
/new trailer, $14,995.
$5800. 251-591-1569
Bill 251-379-1650
910
2002 16’ PolarKraft w/50HP
Mercury, trolling mtr, carpet, exc. cond. $7,500 firm
251-580-0459
CHEVROLET 1963 2-dr
hardtop, 327 auto, like new.
May trade for antique pickup. $9000. 251-463-8393.
★★★★★★
38FT PACEMAKER 1965
twin diesel, $10,000.
251-661-5564
Chevy Corvette 1978, Silver
Anniversary, T-Top, 4
Barrel V8 Engine, Great
Restoration Project $5500
OBO 251-709-1216
’04 31FT Trophy WA
w/Cuddy cabin. Sleeps 4.
Twin 225 4-stroke. Like
new! In water only 10x.
$97,000. 251-578-5712
Cars
ACURA 3.0 CL 1997 2DR
coupe, Black, sunroof,
leather, Loaded! 115K,
$7000 Firm. 251-680-3829
251-680-3838
BMW 325IC CONVT. ’95
super low miles, carfax, 1
2004 FLEETWOOD,
owner, white/tan lthr, auto,
TACOMA PopUp, 1 owner pwr top, $10,000. 251-554excel cond., $8,200
4583
228-217-2802 or 474-6233■
19’ Key West Bay/Reef
BMW 530i 2002
2003, 150 Yamaha, alum.
1997
COACHMAN
Catalina
Sport & Prem. Pkg 61K mi
trailer, electronics, trolling
Lite,
Bumper
pull,
25ft,
Gray
motor, low hrs, $19,900. 850TT, fully loaded
w/Gray Interior, MUST
206-2979
excel cond. $9,500.
SEE!!
Boston Whaler, 17’
601-394-2709/ 601-508-1150
$24,900. Call 251-421-5969
Montauk, ’86 hull, ’96 88HP
BMW 740iL 1997
26’ TAG-A-LONG Sleeps 7,
Johnson,
Excellent condition!
bimini top, cover, $7900 251- new tires, water heater &
139K
miles, $8900.
refrig.,
etc.
$2850
990-5799 463-3375
Call 251-510-1102
601-508-3870 / 601-508-1905
18FT Wellcraft CC 115HP
BMW X5 2004 3.0.
Yamaha, galv trlr, bought 2004 Americamp Travel
Automatic, 24k miles,
new 3/05! only 10 hrs. Must Trailer 31’ Bumper Pull,
Metallic
black, sunroof,
with 1 slide-out.
see! $18,500 251-621-1588;
leather (heated seats)
Like new cond. $16,500
767-2401
Call Gray @228-623-0355■ $42,500 251-680-5642
24’ Pontoon Boat, ’96 90hp
BUICK LESABRE 1994
Force, good cond, runs
2005 JAYCO Jayflight
52K, garage kept, Clean
great, cover & extras,
Travel Trailer. 27’
engine,
regular mainte$8,875 obo. 251-341-1460
Bumper Pull. New condi- nance, Excellent
tion, Never Used. $15,200 condition $4500. 251-232-3766
1989 STRATOS FISH
Call Gray @228-623-0355■
& SKI 19.5 ft
CADILLAC ELDORADO
200 hp Mercury
2004 5th wheel Sportsman
’91
$4900. 251-747-1856
28.5ft, 3 slides, used 1X
162k Mi, Powder Blue w/
14’ Aluminum John Boat $25,000. (251)633-6209
White
trailer, trolling mtr, bat- STARCRAFT ‘96, 28ft
Top. Beautiful Car!
tery,
Reduced
w/ superslide, 5th wheel,
seats, custom camo, exc
SOLD 251-666-6585, 463-5092
sleeps 6, kept covered.
shape,
CADILLAC SEVILLE STS
$15,500. (601)947-1065
$975 obo. 251-626-6343
’02
’05 Kenner 23FT 225
all options w/sunroof, beauYamaha 4-stroke, w/trailer,
tiful, good gas mileage,
Garman 188C stereo/CD,
trade considered.
VHF, T-top, wash down,
$15,900obo. 251-510-4669
dual batt., trim tabs, down
Cadillac Seville STS ’98,
rigger, low hrs, warranty
Loaded, Bose stereo, $9000.
started 7/9/05. $34,500. 251- Prowler ‘02, 32ft, 5th
Day 251-626-5951
wheel, triple slide,
665-4372; 656-4782
Night 251-978-1993
601-394-7979 aft 4pm
21 ft. 2000 Logic
Chev. Caprice Classic 89.
CC, T-Top, 200 Evinrude 5th Wheel 2004 Cedar
Square body, AC,, needs
Creek By Forest River,
Ocean Pro, runs great
work. $1950 OBO 251-46337FLQS,
4
slide
outs,
$15,000 251-367-0683
5572, 463-9323 or 431-1831
sleeps 6, frpl, qn Br,
17’ SEA STRIKE ’03
27” TV, DVD/stereo, 2ac
Chevy Camaro 1999, 6 cycl,
Yamaha 60hp. Like new units, Corian ceramic ,
great gas mileage, good
$11,000
solid oak cabinets, dinette, tires, factory installed
251-510-5400
spoiler pkg, very clean!
fully loaded & outfitted,
A ’92 Custom Built Sturdy home ready, will move to Adult driven, well mainFishing Boat w/Trailer,
your lot, everything stays, tained, 1 owner, 95K hwy
miles, Must see! $7900. 251’98 Tohatsu 40HP motor, $62,000.
591-5735
$2800. 251-479-9929
228-826-2655/ 228-424-5815/
228-249-2285
Chevy Caprice ’92 Station
20’ Classic AMF Robalo,
Wagon, 1 owner, 63K, 25-30
175 Johnson, Tandem Trlr, 5th Wheel 28ft, w/ large
MPG,
new tires, exc trans,
VHF, F/F, New Cover,
slide-out, like new &
$3,800. 251-471-1912 after 6
$4500. 251-621-4844 or 251Dodge 2500 diesel truck,
626-1595
excel cond. Must see!
CHEVY CORVETTE 1998,
$34,500. 228-826-4682
41k Miles, 1-Owner,
21’ Cape Horn 1995, 200
Convertible,
Yamaha, F/F, GPS, CD
2005 Keystone Springdale
Pewter w/Blk Top, Blk Int,
plyr, VHF radio, wash
30ft, TT sleeps 10, large
Good
Cond. $25,000
down, bate well, Bimini
LR slideout, like new,
251-751-5900 btwn 8am-8pm
top, $13K. 251-604-1116.
$19,000. 228-588-2681 ■
Chevy Corvette ZO6 ’03
’99 Bayliner, 1950 Capri
2003 Travel Trailer 28ft,
17k, covered/garaged,
Bowrider, 135 Mercruiser,
like
new,
assume
loan
@
405hp, Awesome! 6spd,
I/O, Low hours, cover. Like
Silver $36,750 Serious only.
New! $7400. 251-634-0811 or $200.21, 9 yrs or pay off
appr $16,000. 601-947-9811
251-246-5745
401-5641
Kenner 18 Center Console,
Motorhomes
Brand New 2005, Less than
15 hrs, Loaded electronics,
Perfect Cond! $16,500. 251- 34’ ‘90 PACE ARROW
689-0605
1 owner. Exc. cond.
’02 19’ PALM BEACH CC 23K miles. 228-826-4262
’03 Yamaha 150HP w/extd
warr Great Fish & Ski
COACHMAN 22ft, ‘95 fully
Boat, FF, CD Radio/VHF,
Dual Batteries, Exc Cond, equipped, good cond.
$15,000
@ 17
Trlr $15,500 251-751-5016
Magnolia St East ,
1987 17.5’’ CPS Stauter, 55 Lucedale, 228-990-2881
HP Nissan, Galvinized
27ft COBRA Class C,
trailer,
Live well, Exc. Cond., $ runs great, generator, roof
air,
CLEAN!
4800
$10,500. 228-875-2944
1-605-5640
OBO Call 251
920
CHEVY IMPALA
’02, leather, 59k miles,
$13,500. 251-246-4311
CHEVY MALIBU 2004
Auto, PW, PL, cruise, tilt,
CD, under fcty warr.,
$9900.
Call 251-209-8651
FORD CROWN VIC Police
Interceptor ’04. Ready for
police work. 3200 miles.
$14,900. 251-666-2405
FORD MUSTANG ‘99,
silver,sunroof, cloth int,
5 spd, loaded, no radio
$6,500. (601)947-4545
Ford Mustang GT ’03, 2DR
Coupe, Bright Red, 5-spd,
4.6 lt V8, Fully Loaded,
lthr, Maxed Out! 28K
miles. Under Fact Wrnty,
$17,000. 251-747-5997
FORD MUSTANG GT ’04
5 Spd, Black, Leather, 31K
Miles, 6 Disc CD, Exc
Condition! $17,900 obo. Call
251-454-1904
FORD MUSTANG GT 05,
black, premium pkg,
2300 mi, like new,
not flooded, $29k negotiable 228-818-0645
FORD Taurus ‘96, all
power, leather, sunroof,
CD, new trans & ac,
140k mi, $3,250. D 228809-4050, N228-326-4324
Ford Taurus SE ’05,
Like New! Assume Note.
$14,950. 251-423-8330
leave msg.
FORD TAURUS SEL 2001
Loaded w/options,
Extra Nice! $8200.
Call 251-209-8651
★★★★★★★
Mercury Sable ’96, red,
132k, runs good, cold AC,
PW. $3,100. 251-391-7894
★★★★★★★★
PONTIAC TEMPEST 1966
White, wire wheels,
$1200 OBO 251-545-7869
★★★★★★★★★★
Lincoln Towncar ’03,
Only 7100 miles.
$22,500. 251-342-2097
HONDA ACCORD ’01
Spoiler, Auto, 4dr,
CD/Tape/AM/FM, Looks &
Drives Like New! New
Tires! $10,500. 251-391-7490
Honda Accord EX ’00
85k, 33 MPG, ABS, AT, AC,
PL, sunroof, new tires, like
new, $10,650. 251-626-5802
HONDA CIVIC 1998 4-Dr
DX
5-spd. 124K mi; 35mpg.
New tires. Exc. cond.
$4450. 251-232-6192
HONDA CIVIC 2003
66k hwy, EX auto, white,
new tires, $12,900 251-4546333 251-928-9177
Honda Civic DX ’00,
Green, 77K miles,
Excellent Cond! 1 Owner.
$8,250. 251-604-1155 or 251246-5868
LEXUS GS400 ’98, new
tires/ brakes, carfax, V8,
loaded, book value $16,665,
sacrifice $13,995. 251-5544583.
Sport Utility
Vehicles
CHEVY Avalanche ‘02,
high & dry, 22” rims, ap,
loaded, 77k mi, clean,
$15,995. 228-366-0412
CHEVY BLAZER ’02
4.3 Auto, AC, PW, New
Tires,
Fact Alloy Rims, 80k, Exc
Shape
$10,500. 601-508-1677
CHEVY COLORADO ’05
Red, 2wd, Crew Cab, 975
Miles. $21,800. Please Call
601-766-1540; 601-508-2870
950
Sport Utility
Vehicles
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE ’99
Limited, 4x4, Blue,
Leather, All Power,, 104K
Miles. $9500. Call 251-3774829
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo ’00, 4x4, Maroon,
Auto, CD, Lthr, Sunroof,
144K, Excel Cond! $7700.
251-463-5514; 751-1817
Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd
’04
2wd, Black, Lthr, 27K
Miles, Warr. Loaded w/all
CHEVY SUBURBAN 2001
Amenities! $23,500 obo. 251Gold LT, auto-ride, loaded, 645-7157
LINCOLN LS ‘04 Pearl
clean, 89k miles, $19,500
white Leather, Loaded.
JEEP WRANGLER ‘93 4.0
Call Jimmy 251-656-2292
19K mi. $22,500, /offer 228auto, air, hard-top, full
990-7780 /228-475-5170
Chevy Suburban LT ’96,
doors,
103K. $6800
Lincoln Town Car Cartier 4WD, Pwr Mirrors,
228-588-2476/ 228-218-1998■
PW/PL, V8, Lthr Original
’97
loaded, looks & runs great, Owner, Exc cond $8500 251JEEP WRANGLER ’98
605-6943 or 679-8212
silver w/ black top,
4x4, 6 cyl, auto, cold
$5,250. 251-928-0914
AC, CD, extra clean
CHEVY SUBURBAN LT
$10,000. 601-394-4177
’99
Lincoln Town Car
3rd
seat,
leather,
86K,
Executive series 1996,
JEEP WRANGLER ’99
CD, Burgundy/grey intr.
Crimson tide Red/grey
6 cyl, auto, alloy wheels,
$12,000. 251-666-5372
leather intr. 74K, $7200. 251soft top, hunter green.
626-5787 402-0738
$11,750 251-649-0841
CHEVY TAHOE 01,
leather, loaded, 80k mi,
JEEP WRANGLER
Lincoln Towncar ’01,
3rd
row
seat,
excel
cond.
SPORT ’01
Executive Series, Good
$17,900. (601)201-2659
Garaged, maintained,
Cond,
Power Everything, $10,500. CHEVY TAHOE ‘00, LS loaded w/great extras.
Only 54K. $13,200. Owner
251-476-4600
3rd seat, 76k mi.
251-344-9168
No Storm Damage,
MAZDA 3 S ’04
Excel Cond. $16,500.
Jeep Wrangler Sport ’98,
4 Door, Sport Package
Moon Roof, Spoiler, $18,000. 228-826-4619/ 228-218-6800 AC, Stereo Bar, Chrome
push
bar, side bar and rear
251-602-6699 or 402-8818
Chevy Tahoe LT 1999
bar, 6 Cyl, 5 Spd, soft top,
4WD, 4DR, Tan/grey
MAZDA MIATA 1991
wheel cover, CD w/amp,
Red, 81K miles, 5-spd, air, leather intr, new battery,
new brakes, just serviced, $8950. 251-653-5696
radio/cass. Good cond.
121K,
$8750
obo.
850-384Jeep Wrangler ‘‘X Pkg’’ ’04
$4000. 251-660-9335
9600 or 251-767-1074
Black, auto, CD, 11k mi,
MAZDA MIATA CONV ’97
CHEVY TAHOE LT 1999 chrome wheels, nerf bars,
Great Gas Mileage!! Exc
front/rear bumper, $17,500.
Cond! CD, 54K Miles, $8100 Pewter, 4WD, 4DR,
251-209-6480
Loaded!
leather, CD, tow
251-471-6741 or 490-8499
pkg, all power, 126K, $8500.
KIA SPORTAGE 1999
MERCEDES 420SEL 1988 251-747-5466
Auto, 4WD, PW, 110k miles
Smoke silver/brown, 26k
Excellent
$4500 CASH
Chevy Trail Blazer 2002
miles. Perfect. 2nd owner
Call 251-583-1076
Excellent condition
$17,000.
$13,900. under Warranty. Land Rover Discovery 2003
Call 251-455-8234
251-368-3218
Silver, 4WD, Loaded, Still
Mercedes ‘84, 380 SL
Chevy Trailblazer ’02 only Under Warranty, Low
conv w/ hardtop, wire
Mileage, $27,000 251-42139k,
exc
cond!
White
wheels, $1,000. tow away.
6591 or 421-4383
w/gray lthr seats, still
228-623-3977
smells like new. $19,500
Land Rover Discovery SE7
obo. 251-605-4450
Mercedes Benz SL500
’96, 4WD, All Power, towRoadster ’97, 63k, 2nd
ing
Dodge Durango 2000. Exc.
owner, like new, $26,000.
pkg, $5500 obo. Call Randy
cond. Very clean. 5.9L V8,
850-382-0957
251-423-0326
3rd row seat, $9900 251-645MERCEDES E320 SW ’00 1457 709-9287
LINCOLN AVIATOR ’04
White, Leather, Sunroof,
24K miles, loaded,
DODGE DURANGO 2001
3rd Row Seat. $24,500 obo. Maroon, cloth, Pwr seats,
dark sand, w/extended
Must see. Walt 228-424-6555 Infiniti Sound, 50K, 10-CD,
warranty
$31,000 251-675-0383
balance of 7yr warr,
MERCEDES SL 500 ’99
White, immaculate, a must $13,500. 251-946-2217
Mitsubishi Montero LS 1996
see beauty. $23,500. Call
4WD, 86K mi, All pwr, Cd,
FORD EXCURSION 2001
251-232-7307
New tires, clean, great
XLT model, 4WD, 3rd seat,
cond.,
loaded,
rear
air,
69k
miles,
MERCURY GRAND MAR83-5998
$8000 Call 251-58
$16,000 251-947-4081
QUIS LS 2000. 68K miles,
leather, CD, loaded. $9900.
Mitsubishi Montero Sport
FORD EXCURSION 2001
251-635-1125; 421-8481.
’99
XLT, 4WD, V10, 63K miles.
Limited, Leather, Sunroof,
Hunter Green w/Tan
NISSAN 350-Z ’04
New Brakes, Great Cond
Interior.
1 owner, 11K miles. $24,900.
56
$7900 Call 251-666-555
$17,500 obo. 251-747-2089
Estate Sale. 251-653-1599;
251-209-2021.
NISSAN PATHFINDER ‘01
Ford Expedition ’04,
Loaded, 3rd seat, rear air, All Power, Cruise, CD
NISSAN ALTIMA 02
Player, Black/Gray
23K miles. Excellent
2.5, 4cyl, loaded, pearl
white, leather, like new 40k Condition! $25,920. 601-394- Interior. 92K. $10,900. Call
251-533-55531
5218
mi. $11,000 251-626-6888
Nissan Pathfinder 2003,
Ford Expedition 2001,
black, 43,500 mi, cd, All
Black, Over $10k in Extras,
pwr,
Including Custom 23’’
cruise, Grey interior,
Wheels, Custom Suede
$18,000
Interior & Sound System.
OBO 601-947-0109 aftr 4pm
56k Miles, Must See.
$18,500. 713-385-0156, 251NISSAN PATHFINDER SE
NISSAN Maxima GLE ‘96, 974-5535
’01
at, all power, alloys, extra
Champagne, CD, Running
FORD EXPEDITION E.
stock rims &
Boards,
Alloys,
Exc Cond!
BAUER 02. White/tan,
tires, silver, good cond,
89K Miles. $11,900. 251-421leather, loaded. TV, VCR,
$5,200 /offer. 228-826-0963
5969
3rd seat, rear air. Exc.
NISSAN MAXIMA GLE ’98 cond. $16,900 251-802-0096
NISSAN XTERRA ’00
AT, Sunroof, All Power,
Excellent Condition!
FORD EXPEDITION
Alloys,
Silver, Auto, CD, $9800
Eddie
New Tires, 142K, White,
Call 251-639-9292
Bauer 1999 2WD 126k
Beauti
White/Gray Leather
SATURN VUE ’03
ful Car! $6500. 251-661-8633
Rebuilt Title. Great
V6, Sunroof, CD Player,
NISSAN MAXIMA SE ’00
Cond. $7900. 251-747-8216
AC,
Loaded! Exc Cond!
Keyless, 25K, Factory
FORD EXPLORER
Sunroof, CD, Bose
Warranty. $8500 obo. 251SPORT
TRACK
’01.
Speakers, PS, 105K Mi.
753-7566
Loaded, 118K miles, sun$11,500 obo. 251-656-4859
roof, exc. cond., $10,500
Toyota 4-Runner ’00, silver
NISSAN MAXIMA SE 2003 251-366-9778
SR5, PL/W, keyless entry,
Sunroof, all power, tinted
Ford Explorer Sport Track lthr, fender flares, alloys,
windows, 75K miles. Nice
00 obo. 251’04, Wht/Tan, PW, PL, CD, 97,500 mi, $12,00
car
DVD Sys, 22’’ wheels, Grill, 661-3506, 648-1437
$18,500. 251-865-9457
35K mi, Still under wrnty. Toyota 4-Runner ’98, Lmtd
Nicest Around, Real Head Ed, 2WD, 4DR, AT, AC,
Oldsmobile Alero 1999
Turner! $12K in access
White, sunroof, spoiler,
lthr, s/r, New timing belt,
79,500 miles, new tires, all $25,000 obo. 251-401-6143
tires, 95K, Excel Cond!
new belts/hoses, $6000. 251FORD EXPLORER XLT $12,975. 251-471-5962
866-0100
’00
Toyota 4-Runner SR5 1995
Sunroof, All Power, Less
POLICE IMPOUNDS
Loaded! Very dependable.
than 100K Miles, $8800.
Chevy’s From $500!
Sunroof, 160k, $4950.
Call 251-342-9341
For listings call
251-675-7325; 377-3468
800-366-9813, Extension 2241 FORD EXPLORER XLT
TOYOTA 4RUNNER ‘97,
’98
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
255k mi, needs paint, runs
Good Condition
’98. Red, 134k mi., Auto.
good,
black,
Asking $3800 OBO.
Excellent condition. $5,000.
$4,300. 228-475-9661
251-947-5059
Call Elizabeth at 251-4906587
GMC YUKON ’04, loaded, TOYOTA LANDCRUISER
‘94 Loaded.
Pontiac Grand Prix GT1 custom lthr, 3rd seat, carfax, low miles, like new, lg $5000 228-475-4612 or
’04
228-990-0582 ■
screen tv/dvd, book value
Blk, 4-dr, V6, CD, OnStar,
new tires/Svcd 9/14/05. 74K $30,770, sacrifice $24,900.
Toyota Landcruiser
251-554-4583
mi. $10,900. 251-490-5356
FJ-62 ’88, Rare, only 61K,
GMC Yukon ’99
All Original, AT, PW, PL,
PONTIAC Grand Prix,
loaded, PW, PL, CD,
$12,900. 251-767-1258
‘93, ac, elect windows,
cruise, exc cond, 101k
runs great, $2,500.
Toyota Sequoia ’02
miles,
$8,950.
251-767-2395
228-217-7606
SR5, leather, DVD, fully
GMC YUKON SLT ’02
loaded,
PONTIAC TRANS AM
Black/Gray Leather, 4x4,
49k mi, MUST SELL!
1996, Leather, Garage
3rd Row Seat, Fully
Extra
clean,
Kept, 42k Miles, Lady
Loaded!
$19,500 obo. 251-583-1318
Owned & Operated. No
$19,900 OBO. 251-753-3062
Smoke, $10,500. 601-947-8600
Toyota Sequoia Limited
or 251-331-4133
GMC YUKON SLT ’03. 3rd 2001 Loaded! sunroof,
row seats, loaded, lthr, 67K white w/tan, leather, 105k
REPO SALE
miles, new tires.
miles. $17,000. 251-228-2566
Auto Credit, Inc.
REDUCED $19,750. 251-633- Foley
Dealers Only 228-769-9888
6914; 490-6914
TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5
Saturn L200 ’01
GMC Yukon SLT 2000, V-8, 2002, Silver, Leather, V8,
4dr, auto, fully loaded, lthr Loaded, Leather, Seats 8,
Rear
seats, black, 82k mi, $4,950. 107k, Tow Pkg, Burgundy
Spoiler, 4dr., CD/Cass., 53K
251-634-1080 or 895-14588
w/Chrome Trim, Great
Miles. $23,000. 251-957-6724
Cond, Must See! $12,100.
Saturn L300 ’03, Luxury
Call 251-605-1146
Class, AC, sunroof, 6 disc
Trucks
CD, heated seats, power
GMC YUKON SLT 2003
everything, V6 3.0 L,
66k, AM/FM/CD, Bose pre$10,500 251-648-5003
OLET S-10 1998
CHEVRO
mium sound, leather, new
tires, $21,500. 251-675-8395.
V6, AT, Air, 53k Actual
Scion TC ’05, Like New!
Correct
Miles. Exc.
Loaded, Sil, AT, 21K, Roof, GMC YUKON SLT ’99 4x4
Condition
Alloys, Spoiler, XM,
145K mi, white w/grey
$5950 Call 251-633-6800
30mpg, Wrnty, $16,500. 251leather, fully loaded, per990-8341
fect! $10,500. 251-443-7445;
CHEVROLET Z-71 ’98
533-7344
3rd Door, Loaded, 140K
TOYOTA AVALON XLS ’00
miles, Tool box. $7600 OBO.
Leather, Auto, CD,
GMC YUKON SLT ’99
(251)367-7047; 422-0700
Sunroof, Loaded!
Blue, 90K, Leather, CD, All
Showroom Condition!
Power, One Owner, $9900.
CHEVY 1500 ‘00 Single
$11,900. Call 251-391-7490
251-454-3208; 661-1905
Cab, LWB, at, 131K mi.
Great cond. $6700
Toyota Camry ’02,
GMC Yukon SLT, ’99,
228-522-6037 / 228-623-3937
75K miles, White/Grey Int, Leather, all power, very
$10,000 obo.
clean, blue, original owner,
CHEVY 2500 HD ’05
251-990-0773 or 379-4962
103,000 miles, excellent
Crew cab, diesel, loaded,
condition
$10,500,
251-463silver, 4x4, 8k mi, $36,900
TOYOTA CAMRY LE 2000
5988 or 251-343-9784
obo. Call 251-604-8172
Beige, 59K Miles, CD,
All Power, One Owner.
GMC Yukon XL, ‘04, 12k
CHEVY 2500 HD Diesel 4x4
$9800
mi, no flood damage,
Crew Cab, LT pkg, leather,
Call 251-454-3208; 661-1905 black, tow pkg, On-Star,
new condition, warranty.
Bose
System,
sunroof,
$33,000. 251-610-3499
TOYOTA CELICA GT 2002
heated seats, rear air,
White, 60,000 miles
Chevy 3500 Dually ’95
$30,000.
D251-865-6315/
$12,500
130K miles, Regular Cab,
N251-865-4765
251-633-9514; 421-7281
Gas engine, needs tires,
★ JEEP SAHARA 1997 ★
$6800. 251-645-1966
Toyota Scion XB ’04,
Loaded w/Prem Sound, XM Black, 6 cycl, 5 speed, AC,
CD,
Radio, DVD, Fog Lights,
80K, new tires w/2’’ lift.
Air Bags, Spoiler, 15k Mi,
$8900. 251-583-0615
Prem Tires, 29.5 MPG
City/Hwy $14,500 251-767★ JEEP WRANGLER 1991
8467
★
Red, 5-spd, 2’’ Lift; new
TOYOTA SOLARA ’00
tires, rims, seats & stereo.
Auto, CD/Tape/AM/FM,
160K miles. $5900. 251-6332DR, 1 Owner, Cold AC,
8810
Showroom Cond! $9700.
251-342-8347
★★★★★★
NISSAN ALTIMA ’03
Silver, Spoiler, 47K, CD,
Tint
Widows, DVD Ready,
Under
Warr. $15,900. 251-709-0112
960
Honda’s From $500!
Volkswagon Jetta GLS
POLICE IMPOUNDS
2002, 46k, White, Sunroof,
For listings call
800-366-9813, Extension 4500 Leather, CD, New Tires,
$12,900.
INFINITI G35 ’03, Silver/
23’ STRATOS 2300 WA,
Call 251-454-3208; 661-1905
Chrysler New Yorker ’47 beige lthr, AT, sunroof, xm
Cabin/Walk around, 1993,
radio, loaded, 4DR, only
4
dr,
straight
8,
fluid
drive,
VW BEETLE TDI, 2000,
Twin 140 Ocean Pros,
22k,
$25,000
251-443-3258,
new paint & int. Very
GLS, 40MPG, turbo diesel
VHF/Loran, Loadmaster
648-0246
sharp
car.
loaded, new tires Sharp
Alum trlr. New Batts.
$8,500. 251-653-8958
Car! $10,200. 228-326-6291/
Serviced. $12,500. 251-344Infinity Q45 ’97,
28-826-0856■
22
7711 Lewis.
Ford Mustang ’64
Kelly Green, 133K,
Convertible, 85% Restored Local car, Top of the line
2000 1900LSR Regal 19’, VMust Sell! $11,000
$7500. 251-209-4611
Sport Utility
6, Luxury Pleasure/Ski
251-662-7565
Boat, 3 Tops, 1 Owner,
Jaguar S-Type ’00, 4.0 V8,
Vehicles
FORD Mustang Coupe ‘67 loaded, super low miles,
Perfect Condition, Too
BMW X5 2005
many extras to list.
fully restored, auto, w/ ac, carfax, 1 owner, new tires,
16K miles,
Shoreline trailer, Service
sacrifice $16,900. 251-554$11,000. 228-990-8329
Great Deal! Sacrifice.
records. $16,200 251-604-5972
4583.
Mercedes 220 ’71, Gas,
$42,000. 251-402-7748
27K miles on rebuilt
1999 Worldcat, 25’ w/twin
JAGUAR XJ8 ’98
CHEVROLET Blazer ’95
engine,
130 Hondas, 3 axle trailer.
41k miles, white/tan
Runs Good. $3500.
$38,500. 251-949-6150; 251leather, sunroof, like new. 4WD, 4 dr, 194k mi, $2,900.
251-990-9604 or 219-5676
(601)947-9558/ (601)947-1065
422-0450
$14,900 251-721-5626
CHEVY EL CAMINO
Classic 1987. New black
cherry paint, new 350
Chevy engine. $8000. 251510-8221.
950
950
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2005
960
Trucks
960
Trucks
970
Vans
CHRYSLER T&C LXI ’96,
Chevy Avalanche ’02, exc
Ford Ranger ’02
178K miles, all power, AC
cond, every option, lthr,
ext cab, white, tool box,
needs work, $2400. Call 25170k,
CD,
656-08
831
4 brand new tires ($1,200) auto, V6, 42k, immaculate,
w/warr. $22,000. 850-803-6533
$12,500 obo. 251-626-0887
Dodge B250 1996 w/Bins &
Drawers, 120k Miles, New
Ford Ranger XLT ’01,
Chevy Avalanche ’03
Trans & Battery. Looks &
Super Cab 4DR, 4x4,
Black, Like New,
stepbed, tilt, cruise, pw, pl, Runs Good. $5500. Day 25122K miles, Must Sell!
331-4020 or Night 660-5352
4.0 V6, auto, $11,900 obo.
$26,000. 251-680-2161
Call 228-990-6300
Dodge B350 1 ton Work Van
Chevy C1500 1997
1997, Long Wheel Base,
GMC SIERRA 1500 SLE ’05
Ext’d Cab Blue, 160K
Good Condition $3800
Ext Cab, Step Side, V8,
miles, 4WD, toolboxes,
Call after 6 251-471-1912
Toolbox,
Loaded
&
Sharp!
$6800. 251-866-0100
$22,000 OBO. Call 251-621DODGE GRAND CARAChevy S-10 ’02, white, V6,
1588 or 767-2401
VAN ’05. PW, PL, front &
auto, A/C, stereo, 119k mi,
rear air, AM-FM CD, seats
GMC SIERRA 1500 SLE
looks & drives like new,
7, 18K miles. $15,900. 2512001, AT, AC, 4DR, CD,
$4,950.
666-2405
Liner, Tool Box, Alum
251-634-1080 or 895-1458
Rims, 1 Owner, Great
Dodge Ram 2000, 1500 Van
CHEVY SILVERADO ’03
Shape, $12,500. 251-471-5962 Cold AC, new tires, 7 pass,
40K miles, Extended cab,
very good cond. Must sell
GMC SIERRA EXT CAB
Bedliner, toolbox
$3,995. 251-233-9545
’94
$17,750. 251-543-1116
5 Spd, good tires, radio,
FORD WINDSTAR SEL ’00
Chevy Silverado 1999
AC,
By Owner, Exc Cond. Dual
Reg Cab, V8, auto, AC,
hitch, bedliner. Great
Pwr Sliding Doors, 61,500
manual everything. Runs
Cond!
Miles. $8750. 251-621-4125
great, high mi. $5900. 251★ $5700 ★. 850-453-3789
490-4705
HONDA ODYSSEY EX ’97
GMC Z-71 SLT 2000
1 owner, gar. kept. AM,
CHEVY SILVERADO 2000
Ext
Cab,
4x4,
71k
Miles,
FM,
Cass, CD, dual AC,
4x4, Red, 83K miles,
Leather CD, PW/PL,
exc. cond. $6750 251-661Loaded! $16,000.
Heated
Seats.
Exc
Cond.
4288 463-4005
251-689-4743
$14,500. 251-421-7275
Olds Silouette Premier ’01,
CHEVY Silverado 4x4 ’05
GMC
Z71
SLT
’96,
Ext
Cab,
leather, captain’s chairs,
REG CAB, V6, 5 spd, 21
leath, orig owner, New AC, excel cond, extended
mpg, 4kmi., CC, AC, bed
bedliner, tool box, brush
wrnty, many extras!
mat, $15,500. Call 251-675gaurd, 145K, $7999, Winch
$13,500 obo. 251-645-4092
8836 605-7925
add $500. 251-422-1780
Oldsmobile Silhouette ’98
CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4
★★★★★★★
111K Miles, Leather, Auto,
2001. SWB, V6 auto, air.
AC, All Power, Very Nice!
Dodge Dakota RT ’00
Very sharp and clean.
$5200 obo. 251-490-47705
electric blue, 107k, exc
$11,350 251-633-2473
cond, $9,000. 985-788-2953
Plymouth Grand Voyanger
Dodge 2500 Series 2005.
’96, all options, pwr, like
★★★★★★★★★★★
Fully loaded. Hemi, asking
new
GMC Sierra 1500 Pick-up
$20,000 but will take trade.
inside & out, new tires,
’91,
More
than
loaded!
251-213-1387
white
Only 48k
DODGE DAKOTA 2001
w/tan int. $5,500. 251-653Miles. $8895. 251-649-5216
White w/ Black Leather
8958
NISSAN FRONTIER ‘04
Interior, 4dr, 4.6L, V8,
Loaded. $9750. Call 251-986- XE-V6, Crew Cab, 10K, at, Plymouth Voyager
5301 or 978-5511
4x4/cd/pwr locks/windows Expresso ’99, 4 New Tires
w/70k Warr, 7 Passenger, 6
DODGE DAKOTA SPORT $21,500obo 251-656-4105
Cyl, 114k mi, Exc Cond.
’98
NISSAN TITAN LE CREW $5500 OBO. 251-607-0628
56K, Toolbox, Cold AC, CD, CAB ’05. White, loaded out,
PONTIAC MONTANA ’99
Bedliner, XM Radio. $5000. leather, 17k miles. $27,500.
All Power, AC, Auto, Runs
Call 228-219-1363 Lv. Msg.
Call 251-747-0581
& Drives Perfect, Very
Dodge Ram ’04, single cab, Toyota Tacoma ’00 Reg
Clean! $3900. Call 251-490rhino liner & cover, 5
47005
Cab, SR5, 4WD, 2.7L, AT,
change
AC, Bedliner, Rear Slide
TOYOTA SIENNA LE 2004
CD player, 42k, exc cond, Window, 108K. $9500 below
Silver, Exc cond! keyless
asking $12,600. 251-978-6370 loan. 251-602-6525
entry, auto sliding dr, JBL
DODGE RAM 1500 ’03
sound sys, 15K $25,200. 251Toyota Tacoma Ext Cab
V6, Auto, 52K Miles, AC,
1998 Prerunner, 4cyl, auto, 455-5036
CD, Very Good Condition! 94k, dk green/tan cloth,
$10,700. 251-981-1211; 251PW, PL, very clean. $9850.
Motorcycles
747-1616
251-344-8414.
Dodge Ram 1996 4WD, All
Pwr, Ext. Cab, Matching
Camper, Exc. Cond., $5500
OBO Call 228-327-1906
DODGE RAM 2500 2003
Cummins Diesel
Quad Cab, $19,400.
251-656-4667
Dodge Ram 2500 ’99, SLT,
4x4, diesel, bedliner, new
tires 33x12.50/trans,
camper top, 138k,
$17,700obo. 251-422-9990
980
Toyota Tundra 02 Ext Cab.
SR5. Auto, V8, 115K mi,
Runs & drives great.
Power everything. $8500
obo. 251-490-4705
Toyota Tundra ’02
TRD, 2wd, 4 dr access cab,
77k miles, gray, $14,500
‘01 HONDA CBR 929
obo. 251-680-7966
Erion Racing, 7k mi,
runs & looks new many
Vans
extras, $5,000. 228-218-5150
970
CHEV. EXPRESS ’99
w/Southern Comfort Plat
Conversion. White & tan
w/leather. NS owner, 89K
miles. FAB! $11,500 OBO.
Dodge Ram Quad Cab ’03, MUST SELL! 251-679-9064
SLT, 4.7 V8, Loaded, Liner, CHEVY ASTRO VAN 1996
Boards, 63K mi, $16,200. V-6, AT, 2 AC’s, AL, AD,
228-990-9362
Work Vehicle, 8 Passenger,
Dodge Ram Hemi ’04,
$19,000. Weekdays call
after 4, weekends anytime,
510-6901; 510-1773
FORD F-150 2000
4dr 4x4, Red w/gray interior
CD player, bedliner
$8350. 251-377-5444
White, 148k, $3800. 251-3448812
Chevy Full Size Work Van
1998 Looks & runs great,
New tires. $4200 obo. 251Ford F-150 2000 Ext’d Cab, 990-5918 or 605-5640
4DR, V6, 5 speed, cassette,
Chevy G20 1995 Mark III
cruise, AC, bedliner, 140K Ricon chair lift (cost
hwy mi, $6800. 251-533-9252 $4600), handicap, Crse,
Runs Great! 92K $4650 251FORD F-150 2004 SUPER
621-9257; 680-8247
CAB. 20,300 Mi. 4.6, AT,
loaded, New tires, Red/Tan CHEVY Venture Extended
w/tan cloth. $20,000. 251-454- Van, ‘97, many extras,
3989
145k mi, Must See.
FORD F-150 2004. 4WD, 4dr Lariat, Ext-Cab, 4.5L
engine, 16,001 miles. 1
owner, garage kept, mint
cond. Locally owned. AMFM CD Sys, Cruise,
lthr/heated seats, alloys,
auto, PW, PL, rear
defroster, PM, running
boards, tow pkg, back-up
sensors, 20,000 mi warr.
left. $26,900. 336-380-0263.
FORD F-150 ’97
57K, V6, AUTOMATIC, A/C
GOOD COND. $6850
★★251-634-8119★★
’00 Yamaha Venture, MM
Edition, Touring Bike,
ivory
& tan, 39k, looks new, 2
headsets & helmets,
MPG,
40M
$8,995. 251-476-7888
$5,000 (601)947-1065
’04 R. King cust. 2 seats, 2
windshields, chrome front
end, Vance & Hines True
Dual Exhaust, detachable
backrest $18,200 251-6669760
2000 Yamaha Roadstar
Silverado 1600CC, Loaded!
20K miles, $7000 obo
251-649-8380; 232-8445
2002 HONDA 1800 2400mi,
windshield, saddle bags,
dble seat, triple lights,
lots of extra chrome &
access. $12,500. 228475-8434/ 228-806-1980
980
Motorcycles
2004 YAMAHA ROADSTAR
1700 CC Silverado windshield, saddlebags,
Rhinehart exhaust, 7800
miles, $8700 251-602-4908
‘93 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Sportster 1200 CC. Good
cond. Must see. $5200/obo
601-508-7723
AAA Red Harley 98 Dyna
Conv in great condition
with complete service
record, HD ws, bags,
11,800 obo. 251-605extras. $1
2954.
★★★★★★★
’03 Intruder Volusia 800
Suzuki, accessories included,
7k mi, $5,000. 251-680-7509
H. D. ’03 Anniv. Gold Key
Pkg. V-Rod. 16k mi.
Computer chip, K&N filter,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
$26k+ invested, asking
$18,500 251-610-4912
HARLEY DAVIDSON 883
XL
Sportster ’01, Screaming
Eagle Pkg, Lots of Extras!
$6000 obo. 753-4170; 633-7837
Harley Davidson Dyna
Wide
Glide ’96, great bike, many
extras. Call for details.
$10,500.
251-928-8294 or 583-0496
Harley Davidson Electra
Glide Standard 2001. Great
shape, 11,731 Miles, Black,
$14,750. 251-422-5586
Harley Davidson Road
King Classic 2002, 17K
miles, some extras, garage
kept. Under warranty.
$17,900. 251-675-8617
Harley Davidson Sportster
1200 Custom ’05, 1045 miles
lots of extras, NOW $11,500
obo. 251-626-7782 or 423-5949
Harley Davidson Sportster,
1200 Custom ’99, air kit,
pipes, new tires, $6000. 251973-2077, 422-3436.
Harley Davidson Sporty
2002, 1200 Custom,
Screaming Eagle, lots of
chrome, $8000. Call 251-6490492, 251-802-3214
HARLEY DAVIDSON Wide
Glide 2005 Pearl White.
2000 mi. Lots of chrome, 7
yr warr. $16,500. 251-6611253
HD Road King ’98, 38K,
custom seat, luggage rack,
windscreen, many extras,
gar kept, Reduced! $9,500
obo. Call 228-875-3830
HONDA GOLDWING 2002
GL 1800, 6 cyl, ABS, 14K
mi,
Black, Elec reverse,
$12,000. 251-442-0885
HONDA MAGNA 750 ’98
Black/Blue, 4,800 Miles,
Very Good Condition! $5500
Call 251-960-1655
Honda VTX 1800R ’03
950 Mi, Pipes, Warranty,
Illusion, Blue, $8900.
Call 251-776-6414
SUZUKI 1200s BANDIT2000
ONLY 2K MILES. ONE
ADULT OWNER. LOOKS
NEW. First $4800 251-7513670
Vehicle
2002 HONDA CBR600 F4I.
Parts
8,OOO miles, exhaust, new
tires, extras. $5650 OBO
Ford
Mustang
‘85-’89 drs,
251-455-1879 Leave
bodys, windows, speed
Message.
parts, etc. 228-588-3150
2004 Suzuki Katana
HONDA CIVIC ‘93
750CC, Like New!
Motor & Transmission.
$5500
$500. 228-990-8547
251-957-3463
990
AL BODDEN
USED
SUPERCENTER
&
Ford F-150 ’99
4x4, Extended Cab, 172K, 4
month motor warranty.
$7500
obo. 251-661-0908; 609-5376
Ford F-150 Lariat ’01,
Super Crew. 57K miles,
Exc cond! Warranty.
$15,200. 228-990-9912 or 228588-3039
FORD F-150 LARIAT ’04,
Crew Cab, CC, DVD, 30k,
Loaded, 5.4 V-8, Warranty,
$22,000. 251-604-6472; 4541612
FORD F-150 LARIAT 2005.
7k miles, super crew cab,
bed cover, chrome wheels,
many extras. $28,500 251753-5282
FORD F-150 STX 2004
Super Cab, 27k miles,
$19,000.
Call 251-865-2129 or
533-3653.
Ford F-150 XLT ’02, Silver,
50K miles, Manual, sunroof, CD, Immaculate
Cond! $12,500 obo. 251-3777264
Ford F-150 XLT 1995
139k, Full Size, Clean, Steel
Rims, Good Cond, All
Power,
$4100 OBO. 251-623-9633
Ford F-150 XLT 2004. Ext.
cab. Fully loaded. Take
over notes. Approx. $25,000
251-661-6222; 610-5650
Ford F-250 ’01, Lariat
Super Duty, V10,
$15,700. 228-623-5075
or 228-474-9621
FORD F-250 2002 SUPER
DUTY. 4x4, XLT ext. cab.
Powerstroke diesel, auto,
152k. Sell for loan $18,500
251-661-0908
Ford F-350 ’02
XLT, LWB, 4dr, auto, 99k,
mint cond, $22,000.
251-928-3268 or 583-0702
FORD F600 ‘69, septic
Tank Truck , 360 eng, gas,
1100 gal tank, new tires,
gas/mud pump, less than
500 mi on eng. 4spd,
$6,500. Tim (601)947-3199
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HONDA PASSPORT 1997
AT, V6, A/C, Pwr, CD,
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$4,700. 251-471-5962 L
HONDA Passport ‘99,
clean, great replacement
vehicle, $6,999.
228-588-3988
HUMMER H2 2003
Loaded, New Tires, Pewter
Color, Lady Owner, $36,000.
251-421-6591 or 421-4383
Jeep Grand Cherokee ’00
4dr, Auto, Lthr, 70K Mi,
Mint Cond! $11,500 obo.
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