The Enterprise-Tocsin from Indianola, Mississippi on September 21, 1995 · 7
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The Enterprise-Tocsin from Indianola, Mississippi · 7

Indianola, Mississippi
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Thursday, September 21, 1995
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i r rr-r 1 The Enterprise-Tocsin, Thursday, September 21, 1995, Sec. A, Page 7 Pi v - Ccffl I n-- ' lm Fender Bender on Catchings St INDIANOLA POLICE OFFICER Michael Robinson was not injured South Sunflower County Hospital where he was treated and released. Morway afternoon when his patrol car was hit by another car driven by Police chief Ken Winter (left with sunglasses) was on site to inspect the 78-year old LC.Hoskins of Indianola. Hoskins (on stretcher) had a few damages, aches just after the accident, and was transported by ambulance to the DSU Performing Arts Center gets $500,000 gift from Delta & Pine Delta & Pine Land Co. has made a $500,000 gift to an endowment supporting Delta State University's new Performing Arts Center. Delta State President Kent Wyatt announced the gift from Delta & Pine Land Co. at this week's grand opening of the center. "D&PL's gift is by far the most significant one to date," Wyatt said, "and is all the more welcome because it comes from a Delta company." D&PL's $500,000 gift brings the endowment total to $1.3 million, according to Don Skelton, director of Alumni and Foundation at Delta State. "We continue to accept patron pledges for chairs and other categories involving the performing arts portion of our capital campaign drive," Skelton said. "We have patrons for 338 of the 1 ,200 chairs." The 37,000-square foot center features state of the art acoustics, lights and a stage and orchestra pit that will accommodate Broadway plays. Delta & Pine Land, headquartered in Scott, is the world's largest breeder, producer and marketer of cottonseed and is also a major breeder, producer and marketer of soybeans for Southern farmers. Founded in 1911, it has operations in Scott and Hollandale, as well as facilities in cotton growing states from California to the Carolinas. Promotion day program set The Sunday School Department of Holly Grove M.B. Church of Drew will host a Promotion Day Program Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Adoris Turner, pastor, invites the public to attend. You can help catch a murderer 'Hof property from old homicide case may have been sold in Shaw-Sunflower County area. Not only could you help catch a thief, but you might just help catch a killer. Law enforcement authorities in Florida are hoping some citizens in Sunflower County might have some evidence which will help in an old 1987 homicide case. A woman who was arrested this summer, after eight years, for the murder, is suspected to have moved to Shaw, Mississippi shortly after the slaying. This summer, after eight years, a woman has been arrested for the Aug. 17, 1987 murder of Todd McAfee in his home in Manatee County, Fla. Ruthie Anderson, 42, who had been McAfee's housekeeper is charged in the murder. Dectectives are looking for accomplices. In Parchman Penitentiary is her husband, Wilbur Anderson, presently serving an unrelated prison sen tence. Investigators hope to link him to the McAfee murder before he is freed. Here is where Sunflower County fits into the picture. Dectectives say handguns, rifles, camera equipment and a stereo were stolen from McAfee's home. Some of the items may have been brought to Shaw when the Andersons came to Mississippi. They are suspected to have been pawned at a pawn shop and sold. Investigators will reimburse anyone who discovers they have one of the items. No one will be in any trouble if they come forward with an item. One particular item could be a key clue according to authorities. If you have one of the following items, you can call the Manatee Sheriff's office at 941-747-301 1. Check to see if you have: A .9mm semi-automatic handgun, made by Taurus. It has a nickel finish, might be model number PT-99 and is serial number L-49769. A Smith & Wesson .44-mag-num, model 29. It's nickel-plated and has a 6 12-inch barrel. The serial number is N-436801. A chrome .44-magnum Smith & Wesson model 29. The long barrel handgun has the serial number AUH-7701. A Remington .308 rifle. The model number is M-742; the serial number is A-7221707. A Spanish Mauser .308 rifle. It has the model number 1916, and a serial number of either GT- or OT-25424. an Enfield rifle with the serial number 18587. A Minolta SRT-101 camera. It has a wide-angle lens. The serial number is 3506615. A Nobra camera lens with the serial number 2083903. A JVC stereo receiver. The model number is either OLA-200 or Ki5824003. The serial number is 15824003. msrnm A $2,000 reward is offered to anyone who provides information to the Sunflower County Sheriff's Department or the Indianola Police Department which leads to the re-arrest of Casey Wilson of Indianola who is a suspect in the assault on bank teller Jewel Kirksey in May 1994 at the Front Street branch of Planters Bank. Wilson is being sought by the Sunflower County Sheriff's Department. He was being held in jail on a $250,000 bond on an aggravated assault charge and a $50,000 bond on an attempted robbery charge. Wilson was in jail on those charges awaiting court action. The $2,000 reward is being offered by Planters Bank of Indianola. If you know the whereabouts of Casey Wilson, contact the Sunflower County Sheriff's Department at 887-2121 or the Indianola Police Department at 887-1811. DDcellGsi taQcB CTOIBER Performances (A Few Seats Remain For The Will Rogers Follies on Nov. 1 1!) About pianist Bruce Lcvingslon, tlie S.m Francisco Examiner lias wrillen: "...high virtuosity is put to expressive cutis and, in all, liis playing lias a spontaneity, personal vision and wholeness of concept ion llial are increasingly rare coin modi lies on today s concert stages. In tin coming season, lie will give tlie world premiere of a new work- composed especially for liim bv llic Pulitzer Prize winning composer and antlior George Perle. WIJWIM.I. t Mp k t IMlSliggiraai iKMaiSgHK? nasiasJimia Mississippi's finest orchestral musicians perform a Beethoven concert. "One of the most beautifully costumed folk dance companies to appear in New Yorh in recent memory.' 1 he New York I imes Tickets may be ordered by using this form or purchased at our box Office located on the first (loor of die Performing Aits Outer. Box Office hours are: 1 - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. If you have a question, please call us at 846-4626. Bruce Lcvingslon $ 1 5.00 each of lick-Is total Mississippi Symphony Ort-lieslr $I5.00K-. of tick-U lol.ll Ballet Folldoricode Mexico- $15.00 each of tick-Is total Will Rogers Follies- $30.00 nvA; of l ick-Is tolal . Total of all Tickets. Add 7 sales tax Total of Order Mt-lhoJ of paymc-nl: Cl.c-c l- MC.'VISA 1 Card lixpiralion dale Name on Card Name: Address: City: Slate: . Zir

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