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The Starkville Dispatch eEdition 5-1-14

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WEATHER
Skih Baker
Third grade, New Hope 
High
70
 Low
48
Mostly sunny 
Full forecast on page 2A.
FIVE QUESTIONS
1
 What does Djibouti have on only 26 days of its average year?
2
What U.S. state is the home of Tony, head of the Sopranos household?
3
Where, in a 1961 speech, did John F. Kennedy say the U.S. should commit to landing a man before the decade was out?
4
What letter of the alphabet is used to describe the holes in the body of a violin?
5
 What element with the symbol I is found in seawater and has a name based on the Greek for “violet?”
 
Answers, 8B
INSIDE
Classifieds
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Comics
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Obituaries
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Opinions
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CALENDAR
 Today
 MUW Choral Concert:
 Mississip-pi University for Women’s Univer-sity Chorus, Chamber Singers and Chorale are in concert, 7:30 p.m. in Poindexter Hall. Free 662-241-6399.
 
Exhibit reception:
 A free recep-tion from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Colum-bus Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts Center opens a show by graphic designers Nick Adams, Jonathan Cumberland, Blaine Gerrard and Hayley Gilmore. Chris McDill also ex-hibits. 501 Main St. 662-328-2787.
 Book signing:
Adele Elliott signs “Witch Ball,” 5:30-8:30 p.m., 417 Main St. Paintings of animals will be available; proceeds benefit Shaw Pit Bull Rescue. 662-368-2211.
Friday and Saturday, May 2-3
 Market Street Festival:
 Colum-bus’ annual festival kicks off May 2 at the Riverwalk with a free 7 p.m. concert by Shawna P & the Earth-Funk Tribe and Almost Famous of Memphis, Tenn. Saturday features vendors, music and activities 9 a.m.-5 p.m. downtown. Go to mar-ketstreetfestival.com
Sunday, May 4
 Voice recital:
 Soprano Cherry Dunn and tenor Zane Lynn present a recital at 3 p.m. in Poindexter Hall at Mississippi University for Women. (This program, originally set for April 29, was rescheduled due to weath-er.) Free to the public.
PUBLIC MEETINGS
Today:
 Starkville Audit and Budget Committee meeting, City Hall conference room, 4 p.m.
May 5:
 Lowndes County Board of Supervisors, Court-house, 9 a.m.
May 5:
 Clay County Board of Supervisors, Courthouse, 9 a.m.
May 5:
 Caledonia Board of Alderman, town hall at 6 p.m.
May 6:
 Starkville Board of Al-dermen, City Hall courtroom, 5:30 p.m.
May 8:
 Clay County Board of Supervisors, Courthouse, 9 a.m.
May 9:
 Lowndes County School Board, Central Office, 11 a.m.
BROWNING ON BUSINESS
Inside, See page 4A
 A helping hand
Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff 
Columbus Salvation Army Major Eric Roberts offers Haleigh Asford, 4, a bottle of water in her East Columbus neighborhood, off Beech Street. The neighborhood was one of many still without power Wednesday afternoon. Haleigh is the daughter of Trac-ey Baldwin of Columbus.
Mary Alice Weeks/Dispatch Staff 
Keith Knight, of Caledonia, displays a check with a Louisville address dated 1974 along with other debris he recovered in his lawn following Monday’s storms.
Mementos, trash from Louisville fall in Caledonia after tornado
BY WILLIAM BROWNING
wbrowning@cdispatch.com
CALEDONIA — Ripped and weath-ered scraps of paper and photographs from Louisville — tiny reminders of the hurt and destruction a tornado caused there — fell from the sky into Caledonia yards Monday.Charles Culpepper was in his Dale Road yard, watching the approach-ing storm Monday evening, when he noticed debris swirling in the air. There  were leaves, but not from trees near his property, and then a small piece of paper landed.It was an advertising insert, the kind found in newspapers, for a Winston County business. Culpepper scratched his head for a moment. Then, he said, he realized “that’s from the tornado out of Louisville.”Caledonia, a Lowndes County town of about 1,000 people, sits northeast of Louisville. The towns are about 70 miles apart as debris flies.  The tornado entered the Louisville
BY NATHAN GREGORY 
ngregory@cdispatch.com
Damage survey teams from the National Weather Service in ackson confirmed four torna-does hit Lowndes County during Monday’s severe weather out-break.Meanwhile, the county was one of seven in the state declared federal disaster areas by Presi-dent Barack Obama, Mississip-pi Gov. Phil Bryant confirmed  Wednesday night.NWS announced that on-site studies concluded two EF-2 tor -nadoes, one in southern Lown-des County and another near New Hope. Two EF-1 tornadoes, one south of Steens and anoth-er in Crawford, were also con-firmed by NWS. An EF-2 consists of three-sec-ond gust wind speeds of 111-135 miles per hour, while an EF-1 has speeds of 86-110 miles per hour. The declaration makes Lown-des County eligible for federal aid. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Pub-lic Assistance Program assists state and local governments by reimbursing up to 75 percent of eligible costs incurred from re-moving and disposing of storm debris from public rights of way and properties. It also provides the same amount of financial aid for emergency work, including overtime pay for first respond-
LOWNDES DECLARED FEDERAL DISASTER AREA
City officials reach out to East Columbus residents
500-plus residents still without power in city, county
BY NATHAN GREGORY 
ngregory@cdispatch.com
COLUMBUS — Co-lumbus Mayor Robert Smith said his office and Columbus Light and Wa-ter have fielded numerous calls from East Columbus residents who have been without power since Mon-day’s severe weather event and crews are working to address their needs.First responders are going door to door in nu-merous residential areas to provide assistance and CL&W crews are working to restore power to all af-fected homes, Smith said. “We want the citizens to know that
Starkville Community Market opens 2014 season this Saturday 
National Weather Service confirms 4 tornadoes hit county Monday
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BY CARL SMITH
csmith@cdispatch.com
Starkville Communi-ty Market begins its 2014 season with a limited, ear-ly season produce market 7:30 a.m. Saturday and a new, mid-week supplemen-tal market 4 p.m. Tuesday. The 2014 season marks the second year Greater Starkville Development Partnership officials will supervise the market. Starkville Main Street As-sociation, a sub-group of the Part-nership, took over leadership, oversight and promo-tions for SCM in late 2012. While organizers spent the inaugural year ironing out logistics surrounding the event, Jennifer Prath-er, GSDP special events coordinator and market manager, said she will fo-cus this year on gathering statistical data — atten-dance figures, for exam-ple — to help track SCM’s success.2013’s market run marked a significant step for the event as SCM re-mained open through  August due to increased  vendors and consumer demand. Prather previous-ly told The Dispatch that organizers and the SCM board of directors may consider formalizing last  year’s extension if supplies continue to increase. That move would allow the Part -nership’s annual Pumpkin-palooza event to serve as a bookend to market season.“Last year was a big growth year for the mar-ket, but now we’re focusedon measuring the statisti-cal data to help us contin-ue to succeed,” Prather said. “We’re very fortunateto have new vendor appli-
First mid-week market scheduled for 4-6 p.m. Tuesday
Prather
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Five-Day forecast for the Golden Triangle
Almanac DataNational WeatherLake LevelsRiver StagesSun and MoonSolunar table
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Yesterday Flood 7 a.m. 24-hr.River stage yest. change
Columbus Wednesday 
High/low ..................................... 71°/48°Normal high/low ......................... 80°/55°Record high ............................ 89° (2012)Record low .............................. 40° (1965)Wednesday ...................................... 0.00"Month to date ................................. 8.56"Normal month to date ...................... 4.79"Year to date .................................. 20.83"Normal year to date ....................... 20.54"
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Atlanta 71 49 pc 75 55 sBoston 65 48 pc 65 49 shChicago 59 44 c 66 43 pcDallas 80 49 s 87 60 sHonolulu 87 72 pc 86 73 sJacksonville 69 55 r 72 53 tMemphis 71 49 pc 79 58 s
72°45°
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A blend of sun and clouds
78°51°
Saturday
Mostly sunny and pleasant
84°55°
Sunday
Nice with plenty of sunshine
85°59°
Monday
Warm with plenty of sunshineAberdeen Dam 188' 164.70' -4.10'Stennis Dam 166' 145.41' -4.10'Bevill Dam 136' 136.10' -0.34'Amory 20' 16.71' +4.85'Bigbee 14' 11.33' +6.07'Columbus 15' 9.26' +2.17'Fulton 20' 16.70' +1.48'Tupelo 21' 4.80' +0.80'
NewMay 28LastMay 21FullMay 14FirstMay 6
Sunrise ..... 6:05 a.m.Sunset ...... 7:37 p.m.Moonrise ... 7:56 a.m.Moonset .. 10:08 p.m.
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Major ..... 3:05 a.m.Minor ..... 9:18 a.m.Major ..... 3:31 p.m.Minor ..... 9:43 p.m.Major ..... 4:01 a.m.Minor ... 10:13 a.m.Major ..... 4:26 p.m.Minor ... 10:38 p.m.
FridayThursday Friday Saturday
Nashville 67 46 c 76 53 sOrlando 83 68 t 79 60 tPhiladelphia 69 50 pc 70 51 pcPhoenix 93 71 s 97 74 sRaleigh 70 50 pc 75 52 pcSalt Lake City 73 56 s 83 57 pcSeattle 74 49 pc 60 47 sh
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Thursday 
SAY WHAT?
“I am going to let them see what a country boy from Mississippi can do.”
New Hope baseball player Josh Stillman on partic-ipating in the Under Armour Southwest Regional Championships this summer in California.
Story, 1B.
‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ actor Hoskins dies at 71
BY JILL LAWLESS
The Associated Press
LONDON — Bob Hoskins never lost his Cockney accent, even as he became a global star who charmed and alarmed audiences in a vast range of roles.Short and bald, with a face he once compared to “a squashed cabbage,” Hoskins was a remarkably versatile performer. As a London gangster in “The Long Good Friday,” he moved from bravura blus-ter to tragic understate-ment. In “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” he cavort-ed with a cast of animated characters, making tech-nological trickery seem seamless and natural. A family statement re-leased Wednesday said Hoskins had died in a hos-pital the night before after a bout of pneumonia. He  was 71 and had been di-agnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2012.Helen Mirren, who starred alongside Hoskins in “The Long Good Fri-day,” called him “a great actor and an even greater man. Funny, loyal, instinc-tive, hard-working, with that inimitable energy that seemed like a spectacular firework rocket just as it takes off.”“I personally will miss him very much, London  will miss one of her best and most loving sons, and Britain will miss a man to be proud of,” Mirren said.
AP Photo/Joel Ryan, file
This 2010 file photo shows British actor Bob Hoskins arriving for the World Premiere of “Made in Dagenham” in London.
 
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 Carl Adams rejoices over the near-pristine condition of his Harley Davidson after digging it out of a pile of debris in his backyard on Main Street in Louisville on Tuesday morning after an EF-4 tornado tore through Winston County on Monday night. Adams lost several collectible automobiles to the storm, and was overjoyed to still have his motorcycle.
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Carl Adams weaves his salvaged Harley Davidson around fallen trees and debris in his neighbor’s yard on Main Street in Louisville.
Mary Alice Weeks/Dispatch Staff 
BY ROB GILLIES
The Associated Press
 TORONTO — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will take a leave of absence to seek help for alcohol, he said, as a report surfaced about a second video of the may-or smoking what appears to be crack cocaine.Ford, who is seeking re-election in the Oct. 27  vote, said Wednesday he  will take an immediate leave from his job and his campaign.“I have a problem with alcohol, and the choices I have made while un-der the influence. I have struggled with this for some time,” Ford said in statement late Wednes-day. The Globe and Mail newspaper said it has  viewed a second video of Ford smoking what appears to be crack co-caine in his sister’s basement.  The nation-al news-paper said two Globe reporters  viewed the  video from a self-professed drug dealer showing Ford tak-ing a drag from a pipe ear-ly Saturday morning. The video is part “of a package of three videos the dealer said was sur-reptitiously filmed around 1:15 a.m., and which he says he is now selling for ‘at least six figures,’” thepaper reported.News reports of theexistence of an earlier  video of Ford apparently smoking crack first sur-faced last May, igniting a media firestorm aroundFord.Ford’s lawyer, Dennis Morris, said he spoke toFord earlier Wednesday and said Ford has accept-ed that he has a problem.“He acknowledges hehas a substance abuseproblem and he wants todo something about it,”Morris told The Associat-ed Press.
Toronto mayor says he’ll take leave
 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
PENSACOLA, Fla. — A gas explosion at a jail has injured 100 to 150 inmates and corrections officers, a county spokeswoman said. The explosion hap-pened around 11 p.m. CDT  Wednesday in Escambia County jail’s booking facility and caused the building to partially collapse, said Kath-leen Castro, the county’spublic information manager. About 600 inmates were in the building at the time, shesaid. The injured were brought to hospitals andthe uninjured inmates werebrought to jails in neighbor-ing counties, Castro said.
More than 100 injured in Florida jail explosion
‘He acknowledges he has a substance abuse problem’
Ford
 
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Sending our prayers to those who answer ours.
Every day, nurses step forward embracing new technologies, resolving emerging issues, and accepting ever-changing roles in their profession. If you are a nurse in our community, if you have a family member who is a nurse, or if a nurse has ever touched your life, please join us for a special candlelight prayer service for nurses in honor of National Nurses Week.
Baptist Golden TriangleMonday, May 5th 8:00 PMPatient Tower Courtyard2520 5th Street, NorthColumbus, MS
 Get Better.
MAY 9, 2014 7PM
CHS CAFETORIUM
In Honor of the 2014 Graduates
 Expect a Special Announcement, along with recognition of our  Outstanding Alumni & Seniors, Alumni of the Year and much more….
SILENT AUCTION FROM 5:30 - 7:00PM
 YOU MUST HAVE PAID YOUR DUES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SILENT AUCTION.
 We have several very valuable packages in the auction and will require minimum bids.If your business would like to donate something for the auction, contact Amy at the number below.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HELPING THAT DAY  WITH DECORATING, SETTING UP OR WORKING A SIGN IN TABLE,
PLEASE LET US KNOW BY CONTACTING:
 Amy Betts Williams via text/call @ 662-549-1404 or Email : Amy.Williams3@bmhcc.org
81st Annual  Alumni Banquet 
CALEDONIA HIGH SCHOOL’S
Lowndes County
Marriages
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Anthony Brett Hollis and Brenda Charlene Hollis, married April 18.
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Regional Martin and Leslie Dominique Thomas, married April 19.
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Brendon Christopher Newsom and Jessica Lynese Wilson, married April 23.
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Vernon Tad Robertson and Elizabeth Brooks Matthews, married April 26.
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Kevin Michael Spencer and Pamela Paige Glover, married April 26.
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Johnie L. Bush and Ramona Star Walker, married April 26.
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Larry Donnel Jefferson and Shaquita Wanette Goulde, mar-ried April 26.
Divorces
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Bobby W. Harkins and Linda Harkins, married Nov. 20, 1993.
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Billy Earl Green Jr. and Willie Renee Green, married Feb. 11, 2003.
Lamar County
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Not submitted as of press time.
MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES
Coldwell Banker awarded
Phyllis Enis, Bill Straus and Kelly Frady received awards for 2013 from Coldwell Bank-er Real Estate, LLC. Their top hon-ors were recently recognized by Budge Huskey, President and CEO, “This prestigious distinction makes you a st ar among the top Coldwell banker sales as-sociates/representatives globally and I salute your achievements.”
Neel-Schaffer ranked
Neel-Schaffer, Inc., is once again ranked among the nation’s top 500 design firms by
 Engineer News-Record,
 coming in at 199th on the prestigious list for 2014. It marks the 20th consecutive year that the company has made the list. “Retaining our stand-ing on this list is a testa-ment to the hard work of our employees across the company,” said Hib-bett Neel, Neel-Schaf-fer’s President. “It is our mission to serve our clients as an extension of their staff, and each year  we develop new services that will further assist them in meeting their goals and needs.”
EnisStrausFrady
PACCAR honored
PACCAR earned the Director’s Award at East Mississippi Community College’s annual Golden  Triangle Industry Appreci-ation Luncheon. PACCAR received the award “for the highest level of recog-nition through workforce training, demonstrating management excellence  with superior outcomes, continuing to improve and build upon outstand-ing results and excellent systems and deploying  world-class processes,” said Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, the event’s speaker. Pic-tured from left are Engine Program Manager Lex Lemmers, EMCC Vice President for Workforce Services Dr. Raj Shaunak, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, Plant Manager Scott Blue,  Assistant Plant Manager Lance Walters, Controller  Tina Albert and Assistant Plant Manager Edwin Sneehuijzen.
Courtesy photo
BUSINESS BRIEFS
BY NATHAN GREGORY 
ngregory@cdispatch.com
 The Mississippi Court of Appeals overturned Tuesday a judge’s order to the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors to re-open Co-Op Road. Board attorney Tim Hudson informed super-visors of the ruling during their Wednesday meeting. The court’s 8-1 decision was based on a failure of the residents who ap-pealed to do so at least 10 days after the board’s res-olution in October 2011. A county circuit court judge ordered supervisors to re-open the road and restore it to county specifications of condition in February 2013, finding that the pub-lished notice of a public hearing for the r oad clo-sure had been insufficient.  The county responded by appealing to the Missis-sippi Court of Appeals. It  voted to re-open the road,  which runs alongside the Columbus Co-Op in Dis-trict 2, in May 2013. Local attorney Hal Mc-Clanahan, representing his own family and anoth-er family who owned land and rights of way near the area in question, filed a motion last month against the county and two rail-road companies for not re-pairing and re-opening the road’s rail crossing. The motion also contended there was no public notice given before the county entered into an agreement  with BNSF Railway Com-pany to close the road if the company would repair and widen the adjacent Bethel Road crossing from 10 to 20 feet and re-close the Co-Op crossing.County road manager Ronnie Burns said the area in question serves fewer than 10 homes.Contacted after the meeting Wednesday, Mc-Clanahan said he would speak to his clients before deciding whether to appeal to the Mississippi Supreme Court, which has to agree to hear the case if it’s filed. McClanahan argues that since supervisors  voted last May to re-open the road, it’s open. Hud-son said the court’s ruling renders the circuit judge’s decision moot and that the road is re-abandoned.“We can’t be in con-tempt of an order that’s va-cated,” Hudson said.
Bond option renewed
Supervisors also re-newed a resolution that  will give them authority to issue up to $30 million in bonds for infrastructure upgrades over the next two years. They will have the option during that time to issue one or more bonds at any time over the next two years if the potential for economic development projects arise. County leaders have ad-opted similar resolutions twice over the last four  years but have not exer-cised the option, instead finding other financing mechanisms for industrial development.
Supes approve advertising for Riverwalk connector, shooting range bids
Supervisors also ap-proved to advertise for bids for sidewalk connections between the Riverwalk and soccer complex. The Mississippi Department of Transportation awarded $500,000 to build the side- walks and will open bidsfrom contractors June 17.  They also agreed to ad- vertise locally for dirt bidsfor a shooting range beingbuilt at the old Maxim Med-ical property now owned by the city of Columbus and the county. The Gold-en Triangle Development LINK successfully applied for a $1,053,000 military base enhancement grant.Both entities must match more than $30,000 in landdonations and $275,000 in in-kind services, which will involve doing some of the work in-house. Construc-tion is set to be completein October for the range, which will benefit the Co-lumbus Air Force Base.
State Court of Appeals sides with county on Co-Op Road
Vacates circuit judge’s 2013 order to re-open road
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