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What is the official name of NewYork’s Sixth Avenue, though it’s usedonly by clueless out-of-towners?
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In much of Europe, the sausageswe call “hot dogs” arenamed forwhat city?
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Who has won more Senate elec-tions — nine straight — than anyother politician in history?
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What nation switched sides inWorld War II on Sept. 8, 1943?
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“Antigone”
:Theatre MSUpresents this Greek tragedy at7:30 p.m. in Mississippi State’sMcComas Hall, celebratingShackouls Honors CollegeClassical Week. Tickets $10.Info: 662-325-3320.
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Capitol Steps
:MississippiState’s Lyceum Series hosts thisgroup famous for its comicalpolitical satire; 7:30 p.m., LeeHall. Tickets $18 and under.Info: 662-325-2930.
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Bonfire Orchestra
:Mississippi University for Womenpresents live music by the bandBonfire Orchestra from 5-7 p.m.at the Gazebo on campus. Info:662-329-7350.
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The BukkaWhite Blues Festival in Aberdeenfeatures Jimbo Mathus, Bill Abeland more. Info: bukkawhitefesti-valcom or 662-436-8560.
BY CARMEN K. SISSON
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 What do a general, a brigadier general, president and computer entrepreneur have incommon? All four men Colin Powell, the lateRobert Olds, George Washington and thelate Steve Jobs — are role models for Col. JimSears, the new wing commander of the 14thFlying Training Wing at Columbus Air ForceBase.Sears, who replaced former wing com-mander Col. Barre Seguin in June, spoke tothe Columbus Rotary Club Tuesday, takingthe opportunity to introduce Rotarians toboth his leadership style and his vision for the base. As a proponent of “quiet leadership,”Sears places a high emphasis on integrity,service and excellence, trying to instill thosequalities in everyone who works or trains at the base.Many joined the United States Air Forceafter the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, he noted. Though they knew the nation was at war andthey would be called upon to serve, they fol-lowed a higher call — service to somethinggreater than themselves.It is a philosophy which Sears embraces
New wing commander asserts ‘quiet leadership’ at CAFB
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Col. Jim Sears, new wing commander of the14th Flying Training Wing at Columbus AirForce Base, talks with Cadence BankSenior Vice-President Larry CantrellTuesday afternoon following the ColumbusRotaryClub meeting at the ColumbusCountryClub. Sears spoke to Rotariansabout leadership, integrity and other quali-ties necessary to achieve CAFB's missions.
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 AClay County CircuiCourt judge has orderedRobbie Norton to reimburseMetropolitan Casualty $220,080 for expensesincurred from a May 2011 col-lisionthat nearly resulted in a Starkville woman's death.Originally, Norton, a Cedar Bluff resident, was only fined$50after being found guilty inustice Court of simple assault ithadeadly weapon for strik-ing Jan Morgan while she wasriding her bicycle downHighway 50 in Clay County.Morgan was present for thereading of the verdict.“(The judge) told me Ishouldn't have been out there,” Morgan said, not want-ing to go into much detail.“She reprimanded me andfined her only $50.”Morgan was left hospital-ized for more than two monthsfollowing the incident, and was put into a medically-induced coma for five weeks. The injuries she sustained aretoo long to list, she said.“My husband is a physician,and long after all this, I askedhim at what point he knew I was going to live,” Morgan
Injured cyclist says court ruling should be warning to motorists
BY SARAH FOWLER 
 sfowler@cdispatch.com
 The trial of a Sturgis man charged with capitol murder has been continuedfor the eighth time. Archie Quinn, 51, of 3233 CraigSprings Road in Sturgis, is charged inthe 2008 shooting, death of his girl-friend, Stacy M. Gray,35, of 3233 CraigSprings Road. He is also charged withshooting and wounding Terry Johnson,45, in the same incident. The capital murder trial had been onthe docket for the circuit courtsessionin Starkville, which begins Monday. The shooting allegedly occurredafter Quinn drove to Johnson’s home on West Sand Creek Road in Oktibbeha County searching for Gray.Quinn then reportedly entered thehome and shot and killed Gray whileshe was on the phone with 911 opera-tors.Quinn also allegedly shot Johnson ashe tried to flee.Deputies were en route to the home when they spotted Quinn in his vehiclenear West Sand Creek Road.Quinn reportedly then got out of his vehicle, walked to the rear and shot him-self in the head. The trial was continued due to thedeath of one of the attorney's mother.Quinn is being represented by attorneysChokwe Lumumba and Imhotep Alkebu-lan. Judge Lee Howard is the presiding judge.
Murder trialcontinuedfor 8th time
Columbus speaks, Gunn listens
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Mississippi Speaker of the House Phillip Gunn fields questions from an audience of about 75 during a town hall typemeeting on Tuesday at Columbus City Hall.
BY SARAH FOWLER 
 fowler@cdispatch.com
It was standing room only Tuesday s citizens crowded into the upstairsourtroom at City Hall to voice their oncerns, opinions and ideas toississippi Speaker of the Househilip Gunn.Columbus was one of the stops onunn’s nine-city “Mississippi Solutions An Ideas Tour.” The tour kicked ofn Jackson on Monday and will endFriday in Brookhaven.Both Gunn and his staff memberssaid they have been impressed withthe turnout at each stop and are look-ing forward to taking some of the ideasback to Jackson.“We’re directing our attention to thearea of most concern,” said Gunn, whonoted that that most common issuesthat have been raised on the tour deal with health and education, as well ashow tax dollars are being spent. The speaker also added that someof the ideas they’ve heard echo what legislators are already doing in thecapitol.“They’ve reaffirmed we’re on theright track,” he said. While some praised the speaker andencouraged his efforts, others had very strong opinions on what legisla-tors could do to make Mississippi a better place to live. Vicky Rose, who brought her twochildren with her to the event, urged
House speaker’s tour draws overflow crowd
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Jan Morgan, owner of Boardtown Bikes in Starkville, standsamong the bikes in her shop. Morgan says the publicity generat-ed by Robbie Norton’s court hearing on Tuesday will focus atten-tion on the hazard motorists present to cyclists. On Tuesday,Norton was ordered to pay Metropolitan Casualty insurance com-pany $220,000 in expenses it paid for Morgan’s hospital bills.
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OXFORD
It started out as a few trees planted aspart of an EagleScout project in 2009.
Now Oxford’s tree farmhas 150 growing trees,from crape myrtles tomaple trees to several varieties of evergreens.Eagle Scout RustinRasberry planted thefirst 100 saplings as part ofhis project. City build-ing and grounds officialBilly Lamb tells theOxfordEagle that Rasberry and his teambrought in all the materi-als and got the irrigationsystem going. Lambsays the city is savingmoney by growing itsown trees and flowersfor landscaping city property. Lamb says hisdepartment will soon bereceiving tree removalequipment that willallow the city to safely remove a fully growntree intact and place it back into the ground.
LELAND
DuPont Pioneer plansto begin constructionThursday on a new $3million research cen-ter in Leland.
Company spokeswoman Saundra Campbell tells the Delta Democrat Times that the center will target the vast corn and soybeanmarkets of theMississippi Delta.Campbell says Dupont plans to conduct testing,breeding, characteriza-tion and product devel-opment of soybeans andcorn. The research cen-ter will be located alongold Highway 61 inLeland. It is projected tobe completed by spring2013.
JACKSON
Trustmark Corp. saysit will delay itstakeover BancTrustFinancial Groupbecause regulatorshaven’t approved themerger yet.
 Jackson-based Trustmark hadbeen scheduled to closeits $55 million purchaseof BancTrust by Dec. 31.Now, Trustmark says it  will complete thetakeover of BancTrust,based in Mobile, Ala., by Feb. 28, 2013. Trustmark CEO GerardHost anticipates the deal will close in late January.Shareholders of BancTrust, with $2 bil-lion in assets, approvedthe sale Sept. 26. Trustmark has $9.8 bil-lion in assets.
 TUPELO
The city of Tupeloplans annual days of remembrance forChickasaw Nationchief Piomingo.
 TheNortheast MississippiDaily Journal reportsthat the first ceremony  was held Monday at Piomingo’s statue at Fairpark. Brad Lieb, cul-tural resources specialist for the Chickasaw Nation’s Department of Homeland Affairs, saysthe statue and the annu-al commemoration willstrengthen the bondbetween the tribe andthe people of Tupelo. The Chickasaw Nationalso celebrates PiomingoDay the second Monday of October, which coin-cides with ColumbusDay. The Chickasaw Indians lived in semi-permanent settlementsin areas that now include Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippiand Alabama.
DECATUR, MISS.
Qualified high schoolgraduates who live inthe five-county serv-ice area of EastCentral CommunityCollege are eligible for scholarshipsthanks to a $2.68 mil-lion donation from analumna
 who includedthe institution in her estate. Dr. Billy W.Stewart, ECCC’s presi-dent, said Tuesday that the estate of FrancesGaines Blum Slagle, a 1940 ECCC graduate,recently gave theschool’s foundation$2.68 million in cash,stocks and certificates of deposit to be used toestablish student schol-arships for graduatesfrom Leake, Neshoba,Newton, Scott and Winston counties.Stewart says the gift rep-resents the largest sin-gle donation ever received by the institu-tion.
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LOS ANGELES —Charlie Brown and his“Peanuts” pals are comingto the big-screen.Charles Schulz’beloved characters arestarring in their own ani-mated film scheduled tohit theaters Nov. 25, 2015.hat year marks the 65thanniversary of the“Peanuts” comic strip andthe 50th anniversary of “A Charlie BrownChristmas,” the first of the gang’s many TV spe-cials. The as-yet-untitled film will be produced by 20thCentury Fox and its BlueSky Studios animationunit, the outfit behind the“Ice Age” flicks and suchcartoon hits as “Dr. Seuss’Horton Hears a Who!”Schulz’ son Craig andgrandson Bryan co-wrotethe screenplay withCornelius Uliano, and thethree also are producingthe film.
GRANDPARENT’S DAY
Heritage Academy hosted a Grandparent’s Day atthe school on Oct. 5.
Rosie and Brooklyn WilbonBarbara, Anna and Jerry Harrell and Peggy Beaty Sheryl Payne, Cleve Payne and Jack LindelleEssle Morris, Alexander Allison and Granville Morris
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STARKVILLE —Sidney Salter, current  journalist-in-residence at Mississippi StateUniversity, will soonbegin shifting his focusto his new role as MSU’sdirector of university relations, but he plans toremain at his current post until thecompletion of several ongoing projects.Salter, who has 37 years of journal-ism and media management experi-ence, said he is confident he can han-dle both roles as he makes the transi-tion.Prior to arriving at MSU in March2011, Salter held two full-time positionsin Jackson, writing for The Clarion-Ledger as a syndicated columnist anddevoting three hours a day to a statewide talk radio show.“I am used to keeping a lot of platesspinning,” Salter said. “The trick is thestakes are high in terms of the univer-sity’s branding and marketing efforts. That’s not a part-time job.” The Philadelphia native said he feelsno need to reinvent the wheel in hisstrategies and operations for university relations, and he praised the efforts of previous director of university rela-tions Maridith Geuder, noting the suc-cess of the college’s branding andmarketing campaigns.But Salter said he sees opportuni-ties to improve and strengthen theuniversity’s social media efforts,including developing a plan to makeMSU’s television commercials res-onate outside the state and across thenation.“We want to really hone in on theland-grant mission of the university and be sure we are telling our story toour own people,” Salter said. “We have425,000 alums, and there are some wonderful stories about work beingdone on this campus, doing great things, and we want to tell our ownpeople about that as a means oenhancing our private endowment andfundraising efforts among our Bulldogs.”In a statement to the press, MSUPresident Dr. Mark Keenum backedSalter’s credentials, especially those inthe state and with the university, say-ing he is anxious to see the visibility Salter will bring the university.“He understands and values our university’s historic land-grant mis-sion,” Kennum said. “Sid’s deep loveof this university is obvious and hebacks up that passion with creativity and hard work.”Salter begins his duties Oct. 16.
Salter named headof university relationsat Mississippi State
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Lee Harper replaces rotten wood at Annunciation Catholic Church on Tuesday so astained glass window can be put back in. Harper works for Kenneth R. ThompsonJr. Builder, who is the primary contractor for the renovation of the church.
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 JACKSON A federalppeals court has askedarties involved in a person-l injury lawsuit that chal-enged the constitutionality f Mississippi’s $1 millionap on non-economic dam-ges to re-brief the issue. The 5th Circuit Court of ppeals in New Orleansiled the order Friday. The court noted it haseen two years since theriginal briefs were filed.he court said it wants theriefs to include any new nformation that has devel-oped since the appeal wasfiled.Lisa Learmonth filed suit in federal court after she was injured in a collision with a Sears van near Philadelphia, Miss., in 2005. A federal jury in 2008determined Sears wasliable for Learmonth’sinjuries and awarded $4 mil-lion in damages but thepanel did not itemize how much of the award wasnoneconomic damages.Learmonth and Searsagreed $2.2 million of the verdict was for noneconom-ic damages. A federal judgereduced that part of thedamages to $1 million inline with Mississippi law. The 5th Circuit askedthe Mississippi SupremeCourt to weigh in on theconstitutionality of the $1million cap. The Mississippicourt said absent an item-ized damage award it hadnothing on which to rule. Attorneys for Sears haveuntil Oct. 22 to re-brief theissue. Attorneys for Learmonth have asked thecourt to let them file a response by Nov. 19.
ort case pending before appeals court
 The following arrestsere reported by theLowndes County Sheriff’sOffice and ColumbusPolice Department:
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Cornelious Mattix,35, of 170 Margrett Hairston Road, Crawford,as arrested by MDOCOct. 9 and charged withiolation of probation. Heis being held without bond.
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Bernard Phinizee,9, of 24 Elmore St., wasrrested by LCSO Oct. 8nd charged with posses-ion, sale, transfer of a stolen firearm. He isbeing held without bond.
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 Jimmie Lynn Pierce,41, of 911 12th St. N., wasarrested by LCSO Oct. 8and charged with twocounts of forged, false, or fraudulent prescriptionand contempt of court.She is being held without bond.
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Curtis Lamount Shirley, 20, of 231 HobbsSheffield Road, wasarrested by LCSO Oct. 8and charged with posses-sion of cocaine. He isbeing held without bond.
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BY SARAH FOWLER 
 fowler@cdispatch.com
 Agents with theColumbus-Lowndes MetroNarcotics Unit arrestedthree people on Monday on prescription fraud anddrug-related charges intwo separate incidents. Jimmie Lynn Pierce, 41,of 911 12th St. N., wasarrested at 1214 Hwy. 45N., after she attempted to fill two fraudu-lent prescriptions.Later that afternoon, the agents anddeputies with the Lowndes County SpecialResponse Team executed a search war-rant at 231 Hobbs Sheffield Rd. wherethey arrested two individuals for felony possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.Curtis Lamont Shirley, 20, of 231Hobbs Sheffield Road was charged withone count felony possession of cocaineafter agents discovered approximately oneounce of cocaine inside the home.Marvin Kyles, 25, of 75 Glynis Drive, was charged with one count of possessionof marijuana.In addition to the cocaine and marijua-na, Xanax and paraphernalia used to pack-age the illegal substances were alsoseized.Shirley is being held without bond inthe Lowndes County Adult DetentionCenter.Kyles was released on a $520 bond.Kyles was also involved in the Feb. 5officer-involved shooting at Dutch Villagegas station. He was charged with aggravat-ed assault with a weapon and felony pos-session of marijuana, more than an ounce.
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