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Stories from Tuesday, April 16, 2002

AmerenUE to replace Main Street gas lines (04/16/02)
The installation of new gas lines will cause Main Street to have even fewer parking spaces for the next four or five weeks. And that's bad news to Carol-cyn's business owner Carol Schwettman, who says the lack of parking is the No. 1 complaint she hears from patrons about shopping downtown...
At the last minute (04/16/02)
By Scott Moyers Southeast Missourian If you didn't know it when you walked in, then the long lines and long faces at the Cape Girardeau post office would have been a quick reminder -- Monday was Tax Day. Even though the forms are mailed out months in advance, tens of millions of Americans wait until the last possible minute to get their personal income taxes into the mail, and local taxpayers proved no exception...
Jackson alderman disappointed at highway protest (04/16/02)
JACKSON, Mo. -- Opponents of a Missouri Department of Transportation plan to widen Highway 34/72 through Jackson to four lanes filled all 75 seats in the Jackson Board of Aldermen chambers Monday night and brought along petitions they said contained the signatures of 1,141 people who don't like the MoDOT project...
SEMO students face hike in fees next fall (04/16/02)
Southeast Missouri State University students could face the largest hike in fees in school history next fall, ranging from $18 a credit hour for in-state undergraduates to an increase of $42 a credit hour for out-of-state graduate students. The increases include a $1 per credit hour hike to improve the university's computer system...
Jackson Board of Aldermen actions (04/16/02)
7:30 p.m. Monday, April 15 City Hall Action Items Power and Light Committee Canceled the regular council meeting of Monday, May 20, and schedule a regular meeting for Thursday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. Rescheduled a special meeting for Thursday, April 25, at noon to consider a bill proposing an ordinance authorizing the issuance of Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System Revenue Bonds (State Revolving Fund Program) Series 2002, of the city of Jackson...
Council tables proposed monument (04/16/02)
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People and things 4/16 (04/16/02)
Former Cape student receives honors at USM Matthew K. Strickland, of Cape Girardeau, was chosen as a Conference USA Academic Medalist on April 11, by the University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg, Miss. Strickland is an undergraduate student majoring in political science...
Spring fever - Students among those hardest hit by spring fever (04/16/02)
Nobody calls the health department or Centers for Disease Control about this outbreak when it reaches Southeast Missouri but teachers know spring fever can spread rapidly. It usually hits students about mid-April when the weather gets warmer and the humidity rises, said Sheryl Dunavan, a teacher at Central High School. And teachers see some of the worst cases among juniors and seniors, who are antsy to get out of class for any reason...
Hospital plans to reactivate Explorer post (04/16/02)
Southeast Missouri The 4077 Explorer Post is being reactivated at Southeast Missouri Hospital. The post, founded at Southeast in 1992, is for people ages 14 to 20 who are interested in health care as a possible career. An open house and orientation about the post and what it will offer will be held at 7 tonight at the hospital's meeting rooms 101 and 102...
Concert will honor victims of crimes (04/16/02)
Standard Democrat CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The 22nd annual national Crime Victims' Rights Week will begin Sunday and end April 27. Organist Terry Parker and pianist Sallie Goodin will team for a 7 p.m. April 25 concert to honor victims of crime. The concert will be at the United Methodist Church in Charleston...
Senators restore money for school testing program (04/16/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Senate committee has crafted a state budget that would continue a standardized testing program for Missouri students. The House-passed version of the 2003 fiscal year budget was an estimated $53 million short of balancing. Now the Senate Appropriations Committee is taking its turn, largely disregarding the House action and working from the recommendations that Gov. Bob Holden made in January...
Panel recommends sweeping changes to death penalty (04/16/02)
CHICAGO -- A state panel that studied Illinois' death penalty system for two years proposed dozens of reforms at every level of the criminal justice system on Monday and said capital punishment should be abolished if the reforms can't be enacted. "The message from this commission and of this report is clear: repair or repeal," said Thomas Sullivan, a former U.S. attorney and co-chairman of the panel. "Fix the capital punishment system or abolish it. There is no other principled course."...
Suspects sought in Jackson robbery (04/16/02)
JACKSON, Mo. -- Jackson police have issued warrants for two men suspected of committing a robbery just after midnight on Saturday. The 20-year-old victim told police that he was lured by a phone call to a site on Emma Street. When he went there he was confronted by two masked people armed with either a knife or a cutting tool...
House to take second review of rule on police residency (04/16/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The House of Representatives this week will take another shot at a bill that would ban law enforcement agencies in first-class counties, such as Cape Girardeau County, from imposing residency requirements on peace officers. Last week, the proposal fell 12 votes short of the 82 needed to send it to the Senate...
Retired high court justice Byron White dies from pneumonia (04/16/02)
WASHINGTON -- Retired Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White, appointed by Democratic President Kennedy but remembered as a law-and-order conservative who opposed much of the court's liberal 1960s agenda, died Monday at 84. A football star as a young man, White served 31 years on the court before retiring in 1993...
Stocks soar on GM, Texas Instrument earnings (04/16/02)
AP Business WriterNEW YORK (AP) -- Wall Street got the dose of good news it's been longing for Tuesday: better-than-expected earnings, and from two big companies, General Motors and Texas Instruments. Stocks surged -- the Dow industrials up more than 200 points and the Nasdaq composite index up better than 3 percent -- as investors' faith was renewed in an economic turnaround...
No more fretting - More young women, girls taking up the guitar (04/16/02)
By Martha Irvine ~ The Associated Press CHICAGO -- Back in high school, the only people Jean Kahler knew who played guitar were guys. They weren't very good, she says, but they were their own little club. Then, sometime in college "there started to be a cool girly guitar thing," recalls Kahler, a 23-year-old Chicagoan who started taking guitar lessons two years ago...
Scientists see protein's bone-building potential (04/16/02)
PITTSBURGH -- Research-ers are testing whether a protein that powers bone growth in the body can be harnessed to jump-start healing and possibly eliminate painful and intensive surgeries such as bone grafts. The protein, known as Runx or core binding factor A, has been called the "master switch" for bone-making cells, called osteoblasts. In studies, researchers have found that mice genetically engineered to lack the protein didn't form bones...
Illinois governor says he will not resume executions (04/16/02)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Gov. George Ryan said Tuesday he will not lift his moratorium on executions during the remaining months of his administration. Ryan said that, more than two years after halting executions, he still cannot be sure that an innocent person would not be put to death...
Florida post office evacuated (04/16/02)
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- About 30 workers were evacuated from a U.S. Postal Services building Tuesday when a worker became sick after handling an open letter. The 35-year-old male worker became nauseous, dizzy and began sweating at the mail center in Davie...
Royal Marines join search for Taliban, al-Qaida fugitives (04/16/02)
Associated Press WriterBAGRAM, Afghanistan (AP) -- Britain's Royal Marines joined the search for Taliban and al-Qaida fugitives in eastern Afghanistan, officials announced Tuesday, marking the combat debut for an elite force trained to operate in small units in mountains that rise above 10,000 feet...
Mother of Tampa suicide pilot sues acne drug maker (04/16/02)
Associated Press WriterTAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The family of a 15-year-old boy who crashed a stolen plane into a Tampa high-rise is suing the maker of the acne drug Accutane for $70 million, accusing the medicine of prompting her son's suicide...
Downtown D.C. banks shut doors temporarily after bomb threat (04/16/02)
WASHINGTON -- Many bank branches in the nation's capital closed Monday after the FBI warned of a bomb threat. Washington police received a telephone call from the Netherlands on Sunday, saying that a bomb would explode "at a national bank in the center of Washington, D.C." at noon Monday, according to a memo the FBI distributed to banks. The hour passed without incident...
Candidate for sheriff linked to slaying of incumbent (04/16/02)
SOMERSET, Ky. -- A candidate for sheriff was charged Monday in connection with the sniper-style assassination of the incumbent -- his chief rival in next month's primary and his former boss. The candidate, Jeff Morris, 34, and a campaign worker were charged with complicity to murder. A third man, also tied to the Morris campaign, has been charged with actually shooting Sheriff Sam Catron at a weekend fish fry and political rally in front of more than 300 people...
Carnahan has $3.5 million, Talent $2.1 million (04/16/02)
WASHINGTON -- Democratic Sen. Jean Carnahan banked nearly $3.47 million in her bid to return to the Senate, while Republican Jim Talent closed the gap slightly by building his war chest to more than $2.12 million. With help from President Bush, Talent out-raised Carnahan in the first three months of the year, pulling in about $1.33 million to Carnahan's $1.27 million. ...
Chinese jet hits mountain; at least 118 people killed (04/16/02)
KIMHAE, South Korea -- Its passengers screaming in terror, a Chinese jet plowed into a fog-shrouded mountain in South Korea on Monday, killing at least 118 people. The plane caught fire and skidded 100 yards but somehow 39 of those aboard survived. The Air China Boeing 767-200, on a nonstop flight from Beijing, was approaching Kimhae Airport outside Busan, South Korea's second largest city, when it hit a 1,000-foot mountain near a residential area, police said. ...
Man identified as Sept. 11 hijacker shown in videotape (04/16/02)
CAIRO, Egypt -- In a farewell message broadcast Monday on the Arab TV station Al-Jazeera, a man identified as one of the Sept. 11 hijackers said "It is time we kill the Americans in their heartland." It was the first broadcast of a farewell video attributed to a Sept. 11 hijacker. Another clip from a videotape the station said it recently received shows Osama bin Laden kneeling side by side with a top deputy who proclaimed the terror attacks a "great victory."...
U.S. troops killed while disposing of rockets (04/16/02)
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- At least four U.S. soldiers were killed Monday and a fifth was injured when rockets they were trying to destroy accidentally blew up. The casualty toll could rise because some soldiers were missing after the noontime explosion, U.S. officials said...
Powell talks about Mideast peace conference, minus Arafat (04/16/02)
JERUSALEM -- Secretary of State Colin Powell on Monday embraced the idea of an international conference aimed at stopping Middle East violence and restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations. Sidestepping a clash with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who wants to exclude Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, Powell said the meeting might be held at the foreign minister level. \But European and Arab leaders said any such conference needs Arafat's presence to be effective...
German police question man in explosion at Tunisian synagogue (04/16/02)
Associated Press WriterBERLIN (AP) -- German police questioned and then freed a man on suspicion of acting as a contact in the explosion of a truck at a synagogue in Tunisia that killed 15 people, including 10 Germans, prosecutors said Tuesday...
Israel captures key Arafat aide (04/16/02)
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Israeli soldiers and elite forces on Monday captured Marwan Barghouti, a close aide to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and a leader of a group that has claimed responsibility for dozens of attacks against Israel, including suicide bombings...
Notre Dame pounds out 16-5 win (04/16/02)
BENTON, Mo. -- Notre Dame continued its strong start to the baseball season by pounding Kelly 16-5 Monday. The game was stopped after six innings by the run rule. The Bulldogs are 7-1 overall and 5-1 in the SEMO Conference. Kelly fell to 3-5. Sophomore Blake Urhahn, making his second varsity start, pitched five innings for the victory, allowing four hits and four runs while striking out 10 and walking five...
Richmond era (04/16/02)
1983 -- 13-10 1984 -- 25-8 1985 -- 32-17 1986 -- 40-16 1987 -- 39-13 1988 -- 21-20 1989 -- 37-21 1990 -- 28-21 1991 -- 38-14 1992 -- 35-18 1993 -- 30-19 1994 -- 36-22 1995 -- 38-20 1996 -- 39-9 1997 -- 33-23-1 1998 -- 38-13-1 1999 -- 31-17 2000 -- 31-24...
Usually strong Otahks endure difficult times (04/16/02)
Southeast Missouri State University softball coach Lana Richmond admits it's been a frustrating season, yet she said nobody is ready to throw in the towel. "The players are still working really hard," Richmond said. "We're going to stay positive and see what happens."...
Mets edge Braves in 12 innings 7-6 (04/16/02)
NEW YORK -- Mike Piazza homered twice and Edgardo Alfonzo hit a game-winning single in the 12th inning as the New York Mets rallied from a five-run deficit to beat the Atlanta Braves 7-6 Monday night. Jay Payton, hitless in his first five at-bats, singled with one out in the 12th against Chris Hammond (0-1). After Piazza walked with two outs, Alfonzo hit a soft single to right-center off Kevin Gryboski, scoring Payton...
Toothless Tigers - Detroit turns out its latest lemon (04/16/02)
DETROIT -- The 0-11 Detroit Tigers, off to the fifth-worst start in baseball history, aren't just drawing the ire of local fans. They're also becoming the butt of Jay Leno's jokes. Months after ridiculing the Detroit Lions for their 0-12 start, Leno has gotten some laughs at the Tigers' expense on "The Tonight Show."...
Woods well on way to fulfilling wild prediction (04/16/02)
By Doug Ferguson ~ The Associated Press AUGUSTA, Ga. -- He has the flair and charisma of Arnold Palmer, the power and intimidation of Jack Nicklaus. Perhaps it won't be long before Tiger Woods has as many green jackets as both of them combined...
Sports digest 4/16/02 (04/16/02)
AREA SOUTHEAST BASEBALL PLAYERS SWEEP OVC HONORS Southeast Missouri State University won both weekly baseball awards handed out by the Ohio Valley Conference Monday. Brice Nicholas is the OVC Player of the Week. The sophomore outfielder batted .529 (9-for-17), with six extra-base hits, 11 runs batted in and nine runs scored. Against Evansville, he homered twice and had seven RBIs...
Kenyans continue tradition with sweep (04/16/02)
BOSTON -- Kenyans are back on top of the Boston Marathon, reclaiming a winning tradition that's now as much a part of the race as Heartbreak Hill. Rodgers Rop won the men's event Monday by three seconds over Christopher Cheboiboch, and Margaret Okayo set a course record for women in beating two-time defending champion Catherine Ndereba...
Gonzo's old gum fetches $10,000 (04/16/02)
The Associated Press TUCSON, Ariz. -- A Wisconsin man gave up a real wad -- $10,000 -- for the gnawed-on chewing gum of Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Luis Gonzalez. It was all for charity, of course. The bid for Gonzo's gum has gripped fans and curious others for more than a month, from Arizona to Minnesota and Colorado. Now, even Gonzo's biggest fans can get a grip on getting on with life...
Red Sox top Yankees, move into East lead (04/16/02)
BOSTON -- Derek Lowe struck out a career-high nine, allowing just two hits in seven innings as the Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Monday. Boston took three of four from the four-time defending AL champions and finished the series leading the AL East by a half-game over New York...
Buerkle proved to be an original at Jackson High (04/16/02)
Before Mario Whitney and before Nathan Norman, a Jackson High School running back moved on to play big-time college football. Joe Buerkle, a bruising Indian fullback and linebacker in the late 1950s, was a predecessor to Norman, who made his mark as a fullback at the University of Arkansas, and Whitney, Jackson's record-setting tailback, who is poised to begin his collegiate career at Mizzou in the fall...
Fighting is fun in latest martial arts title (04/16/02)
Fans of fighting games haven't had much to cheer about for the past year or so, as outstanding martial arts titles all but disappeared. But now, it's time to rejoice. Several excellent titles are here or on the way, with "Virtua Fighter 4" from AM2 and Sega for the PlayStation 2 already vying for the top spot...
City beat - Cape Girardeau, Sports Town USA (04/16/02)
By Tyler Yeargain From the parquet hardwood floors of the Show Me Center to the parma turf of Houck Stadium to the lush, green outfields of Capaha Park, the sports fans of Cape Girardeau have a lot to choose from. Southeast Missouri State University sports are a big attraction for the Cape Girardeau community. The university is the largest college in a 100-mile radius, and offers choice play venues for each particular sport...
Teachers are everyday heroes (04/16/02)
hkronmueller Since Sept. 11 there has been a lot of talk about heroes in our country. It is a wonderful thing to honor those heroes who help us during our most desperate times of need, but it is important to honor those everyday heroes who humbly offer their services to us and often never receive so much as a thank you...
Charles Wells (04/16/02)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Charles C. Wells, 72, of Paducah, Ky., formerly of Cairo, died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at Paducah Center for Health and Rehab. Massie Funeral Home in Cairo is in charge of arrangements.
Sandra Viera (04/16/02)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Sandra S. Viera, 47, of Perryville died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. She was born Dec. 28, 1954, in Sedgewickville, Mo., daughter of Ellis and Alice McClure Shrum. She and Gabriel Viera were married May 6, 2000...
Robert Morris (04/16/02)
MORLEY, Mo. -- Robert Ray Morris, 80, of Morley died Monday, April 15, 2002, at John J. Pershing VA Medical Center in Poplar Bluff, Mo. Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements.
Leonard Tripp (04/16/02)
JACKSON, Mo. -- Leonard M. Tripp, 84, of Jackson died Monday, April 15, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Don Slatton officiating. Burial will be in Russell Heights Cemetery...
Ursula Davis (04/16/02)
Ursula Wilma Davis, 83, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, April 15, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center. She was born May 5, 1918, at Biehle, Mo., daughter of Charles and Catherine Renner Schrock. She and Ralph W. Davis were married Feb. 12, 1946, in Cape Girardeau. He died June 7, 1998...
Alma Evitts (04/16/02)
Mrs. James C. (Alma) Evitts, 80, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, April 15, 2002, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. She was born Jan. 27, 1922, in Cairo, Ill., daughter of John William and Nora Hack Bess. She and James Clinton Evitts were married April 29, 1948, in Carmi, Ill. He preceded her in death July 31, 1984...
Mary Nenninger (04/16/02)
Mary Eloise Nenninger, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, April 15, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center. She was born Jan. 18, 1908, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of William H. and Josephine Lipp Nenninger. Nenninger was a lifelong resident of Cape Girardeau and graduate of St. Vincent's Academy. She was a seamstress at Buckner-Ragsdale many years. She was a member of St. Mary's Cathedral and its Cathedral Ladies...
Toleitha Davis (04/16/02)
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. -- Funeral for Toleitha Gale Davis of Memphis, Tenn., will be at 2 p.m. today at Shelby Funeral Home. Tom Geers will officiate. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery at Sikeston, Mo. Davis, 58, died Saturday, April 13, 2002, at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis...
Finis Hogue (04/16/02)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Graveside service for Finis Hogue will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Dogwood Cemetery near East Prairie, Mo. The Rev. Carl Addison will officiate. Friends may call at Nunnelee Funeral Chapel today from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Hogue, 78, died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at Clearview Nursing Center...
Larry Burden (04/16/02)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Larry F. Burden, 60, of Sikeston died Monday, April 15, 2002, at his home. He was born March 8, 1942, in Cape Girardeau, son of Harold G. and Eleanor C. Williams Burden. He and Jane Bollinger were married April 24, 1965, at Benton, Mo...
Esther Kuhlman (04/16/02)
Esther Magnolia Kuhlman, 90, of St. Robert, Mo., and formerly of Marble Hill, Mo., died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at Phelps County Hospital in Rolla, Mo. She was born April 8, 1912, in Dexter, Mo., daughter of Emmett and Lillian Dame Huff. She and Homer Cashion were married in 1932. He died in 1939. She and John H. Kuhlman were married March 28, 1942, in Arnold, Mo., He died April 8, 1982...
Floyd Bostic (04/16/02)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Floyd Eugene Bostic, 73, of Bloomfield died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Jan. 25, 1929, at Zalma, Mo., son of Ben and Katherine Knuckles Bostic. Bostic lived in the Bloomfield community most of his life. He had worked 20 years at Hutson Furniture Co. in Cape Girardeau...
Elmer Blattel (04/16/02)
SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Elmer Phillip Blattel, 87, of Scott City died Sunday, April 14, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Sept. 2, 1914, at Ancell, Mo., son of Fred and May Elizabeth Collie Blattel. He first married Evelyn V. Hoffman April 25, 1937. She died July 29, 1992. He later married Alleen Anna Hoffman Wilhelm Aug. 18, 1994...
Births 4/16/02 (04/16/02)
Ralls Daughter to Robert L. and Amy G. Ralls of Anna, Ill., Southeast Missouri Hospital, 8:43 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, 2002. Name, Sydnie Kae. Weight, 8 pounds 12 ounces. First child. Mrs. Ralls is the former Amy Busche, daughter of Karl Busche and Sue Busche of Cape Girardeau. She is a clerk with U.S. Postal Service. Ralls is the son of Darrell Ralls and Donna Ralls of Anna. He is owner of S.I. Auto Broker...
Cape fire report 4/16/02 (04/16/02)
Cape Girardeau Tuesday, April 16 Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday:At 12 a.m., citizens assist at 1240 Linden. At 9:03 a.m., a medical assist at Bloomfield and Christine. At noon, a medical assist at 1122 S. Kingshighway. At 2:15 p.m., a still alarm at 4072 Nash Road...
Cape police report 4/16/02 (04/16/02)
Cape Girardeau Tuesday, April 16 ArrestsAdrian McKinsley, 18, of 537 S. Hanover was arrested Sunday for possession of imitation controlled substance with intent, possession of marijuana, drinking alcohol in public and minor in possession of intoxicants...
Out of the past 4/16/02 (04/16/02)
10 years ago: April 16, 1992 City Manager J. Ronald Fischer says city this year will eliminate dozen employee positions as part of ongoing "reorganization" effort to save personnel costs; latest series of personnel changes is expected to save about $250,000 in payroll expenses from city's $10 million general fund; also due to budget woes, city employees won't see any pay increase this year...
Crusade brings a new life to hundreds (04/16/02)
Organizers of the Hope for America evangelistic crusade -- five nights of preaching by some of the biggest names in evangelical Christianity today -- should be pleased with their efforts. Several thousand people attended the nightly meetings at the Show Me Center, listening to variations on the theme that our enemies include Americans who have lost their moral and spiritual compass...
Flood of 1927 had historic consequences (04/16/02)
The last time a bridge was being built across the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau, a flood of enormous proportions occurred. The flood of 1927 has been called the worst natural disaster in U.S. history. Clearly, it was an event that changed American history...
Keeping tuition low puts families over sports (04/16/02)
To the editor: I think we need to applaud New Salem Baptist Academy's wishes to put the family over sports. In the article where the athletic director and my former coach, Ken Jones, said that the school would have to raise tuition to join Missouri State High School Activities Association shows the school cares for the families in the school. ...
Missouri uses refund money without interest (04/16/02)
To the editor: I was amazed at the headline on Marc Powers' story in Sunday's paper, "Taxpayers take more refunds at state's expense." Does the Southeast Missourian expect us to believe we are taking something that is not ours? If the state is paying out record amounts in refunds, it can only be because the state has held out of our wages a lot more money than it was entitled to keep...
Speak Out A 04/16/02 (04/16/02)
Cleanup in McClure IT IS time for spring cleaning in the McClure, Ill., area. Just look at the eyesore on Main Street. As you come into the small town, you see all the old houses about to fall down, junk cars in yards and all kinds of trash. I know people can clean up their property a little bit and make it look like a decent place to live. ...
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