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Supervisor District November 6, "Keep Experie nce In. Office" ~ Pai l for and approved by Travis Taylor Let's talk about the unexpected. Let's talk about art the bumps and turns ! iii iilZi awaiting us on the road, With so many 0bstactes, Atfa is here when you need us. For art Curtis Seay 203 S. Broadwav S~reet the unexpected turns you can MS 601-684-0500 rest easy knowing Alfa wiU be Pa=d for by Friends of Wayne Brown there. Call today and we'll talk about A[fa being there when you need us the most. NSURANCE AUTO HOME LIFE www.alfains.com ,~o( ! z, M.CC. B / .SKET BAIJ ; b at the-top ' , ;:i, .$outbw.eSt'meri scoach BiflWal- by Michael D. Gunnell qace,4n his 10th season at the helm SMCC Sports InformaUon of the Bears, says things are shap- Round ball time is upon us once ing up for his team. "Everybody's again and the Bears and Ladyworking hard.-Our team chemistry Bears of Southwest have been hard and our attitude is good. We have at work preparing for the upcoming some good returning players and season. Both squads are coming should have a pretty good year." off winning seasons (15-11 for the coming back from the 2006-07 ladies; 14-11 for the men) and are season are Aubrey Coleman and cautiously optimistic about this Terencio Powell who averaged 18 year. and -14 points per game, respec- The season gets underway next lively. Coleman has given a verbal week as Southwest hosts the Car- commitment to pl&y for the Univer- diovascular Institute Classic on sity of Houston next year. Also back November 5-6. Other teams in the is Ty Burches who picked up 10 two-day event are Mississippi Delta points per contest. and Northwest men and women,Wallace thinks the fight for the Pensacola JC women and the men top spot in the South Division will of Lee College IBaytown, TX). be wide open. "All the South teams "Experience is going to be good should be good. No one stands out for us," said Lady Bears' head right now. You can put all the teams coach Mark Swindle, who is enter- in a hat and shake it up (and you ing his eighth year at SMCC. He stand a good chance of picking the has four returnees from last sea- winner)." In the North Division, he son, two of whom started, looks for Holmes to be top dog with "(Kim) Griffin and (Phenicia) Northwest in the mix. Holmes is the Taylor will be two important pieces two-time defending state champion (of the puzzle) for us this year." and received votes in the NJCAA Taylor averaged 10 points per .we-season poll. game last season and GriffinIn addition to the Cardio Classic, chipped in six points per contest, on November 19-20 Southwest will "We have some good shooters play host to the annual South- and post players," Swindle contin- west/Coca-Cola Classic featuring ued. "We've got some freshmen teams from Co-Lin, Holmes and who will have to step up big for us. Delgado (New Orleans). If we defend like I think we can, we'll have a good season." ATHLETIC NEWS Swindle expects Co-Lin (ranked 6th in the NJCAA pre-season poll) NOTES to be the team to beat in the South *At halftime of each of the Division this year with Jones Coun- Southwest menis home basketball ty close behind. In the North Divi- games, we will be having the )half- sion, he looks foi" Mississippi Delta time shootoutf. One contestant per MEDTRONIC has recalled four heart defibrillator lead wire models. These models have been taken off the market because they can fracture resulting in painful shocks or worse, failing to provide timely life-saving shock. If you or a loved one has had a Medtronic Heart Defibrillator implanted since 2004, you may have a legal claim. For a free evaluation of your claim please call Keith Morgan Attorney at Law Madison, MS Stephen L. Shackelford Attomey at Law Fiowood, MS The hiring of a lawyer is an important decisionthat should not be based solely upon advertisements. Free background info~nation upon request. e ee THE SOUTHERN HERALD Liberty ippi ,Mississ ::: Novemberli2007 Page 5 quarter, McNea y! reached paydirt on a one-yard rtin and Cedric McKinley recovered a fumble in the end zone. In the fourth quarter, Jamal Young scored on a one-yard dive. Brauchle added all three P,~T's to make the score 53-10. -The Bears scored their final points of the game with 4:00 to play on a 17-yard pass from Waiter Mason to Johnell Jefferson. Mulkey added the extra point to' close out the scoring. Keep Honesty at MDOT Wayne Brown AHA! Your treads % are worn! Come to us for new tires. and Accessories, Inc. 1420 Main Street Liberty, MS, 602-657-9029 ~: Blaisha Joelle McKenzie, McComb; Brandi Nicole Ervin, Magnolia; Barbara L. Jackson, Magnolia; .Kanisha.Micl3el!e Bm.q~, Magnqlia,; and Janna~.3,~.v~/~tebe ad Sum mit;. S t a gdL~q: Zachary. Doug!p.s. Wb|tp C, ql.u.03- -" bia KyJe Lindsey, Nettleton;:Keri.Elizabeth Pm;~tf~dge,~.McComb;Kaila Beann Smith; Osyka, Zan, e Ear!;;FAr/~~I, Smithdale; Hayley Michelle Jacksdn, McComb; Jessie~L. Ashley, McCorfib; Erin Faith Brabham, McC0nlb; dea~-~. M. Holmes, Jayess; and Alex G. White, Centreville; Not oictured: Deana Nicole Brumfield, Magnolia, and Robin Angela Lambert, Monticello. PHI THETA KAPPA NEWS The SMCC Omicron Delta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, a national community college honor society, offers What we want is to see the child pursuit of knowledge, and not the knowledge io pursuit of the child. -George Bernard Shaw Then Jesus called:a little child to Him, set him in the midst of them, and said, "Assuredly, I; say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven." Matthew 18:2-3 Dear Lord, " Thank You for Your examPte,#f-b!ess n9 by, : meaningful touch. Please be with me today as I strive to pass on Your blessing by touching the membership each semester to students achieving and maintaining high academic standing. A student must be people around me. memberenr~~~edin~fteenacademich~ursandhaveat~easta3~5~gradep~intave~aget~bein~itedt~j~in~a student mu'st maintain a least a &O gpa. Once a Every day of our life is ail Southwest inducted 17 new members October 25 in the Holmes Studen~t Union Auditorium on campus. IItest; a test thatscores game will be chosen, from entries i',- ~ '.-- IIyou on all you do and collected earlier that night, to The Southern Herald s Business Hours are: II IIsay. What wi, yourtest attempt a lay up,free throw, ;3-point [[ Men, Tues. Wed. and Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. I| IIscores be? shot & a half court shot. The con- =- " -- - """ a m "o 12"00 noon iI /nursoays U t testant will have 30 seconds todo i/ II this & must make each shot before " moving to the next. Prizes will be awarded for each shot made. For anyone making the half court shot, Ashley Furniture Home Store in McComb ha,s agreed to award a recliner valued at over $300. SMCC FOOTBALL RECAP by Michael D. Gunnell SMCC Sports Information The Southwest Bears' football season came to a tough end Satur- day as they.dropped a 53-17 road game to the Mississippi Gulf Coast Bulldogs. Southwest completed the sea- son with a record of 4-5. T~hey were 3-3 in the South Division, good for a tie for third place with Pearl River (Southwest defeated Pearl River two weeks ago). Gulf Coast, ranked 3rd in the nation, finished the regular season "9-0 (6-0 South). The Bulldogs will host Northwest on November 3 in the first round of the state playoffs. Jones County is at Itawamba in the qther match up. The Bulldogs led 17-0 after the first quarter on touchdowns from Genario McNealy and Albert Williams and a 48-yard field goal from Sean Brauchle, Brauchle also added the PAT's. Southwest got on the board for the first time, with 14:54 left in the first half, as Les Mulkey booted a 40-yard field goal. Subsequent touchdown runs from Demond Washington and Williams put Gulf Coast up 29-3 'n the period (Brauchle missed both extra points) before the Bears[ Dewayne Pittman scored on a three-yard run with 2:14 left in the half. Mulkey kicked the PAT to rqake the score 29-10, The score went to 32-10 at the half after Brauchle notched a 46-yard field goal with 34 seconds to play. Gulf Coast scored three more times in the second half. In the third Although there is no glory in ~r, there is no ~reater expression of commitment to the ideals of this country than wartime military service. The thousands of young American service men and women, ma'ay of them Mississippians, serving now in lraq and ,~dghanistan feel that way. 1968 was a different time. a different war. It was a time when a lot of 24-year-olds in this country, were protestin~ and burning draft cards. But when Mike's :Lrmy Reserve unit was activated and sent to Viet Sam. he served with pride. Throughout his life, Mike Chancy has brought this same sense of du~" and commitment to anything he undertakes - from his 30 )'cars of business experience to his leadership roles in community, volunteer organizations and his church - to his 15+ years in the te/~islature. First as a State Representative. then a State Senator, former Sergeant (E.5) .~lichael Chancy has served with the same courage, commitment and dedication to duty as hc showed when he boarded the fli~li-t that took him and 82 other members of his unit to Viet Sam in May of 1968. On Sovember 6, you can put him to work for you. INSURANCE COMMISSIONER c~-:~ ~::~;: ~]i:" ~:~ :~' ~:~'.~'~:~:~" '~:$:~:~ :~. . .:~ ~'~, ~--~ Paid political advertising, Approved by the candidate.