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BOBBY RUSSELL, who wrote such pop hits as "Little Green Apples," "Honey" and "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," has died at age 52 in Nashville . . . A HANDWRITTEN fragment of Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address - featuring the words "With malice toward none; with charity for all" - sold Friday at Christie's in New York for $1.32 million, a record for an American manuscript . . . AN AMISH WOMAN and her daughter were killed after the horse-drawn buggy they were riding in near Marlette, Mich., was rear-ended by a pickup truck, police said.