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Stories from Friday, February 14, 2003

Poplar Bluff pit bull owners will face new restrictions (02/14/03)
Daily American Republic POPLARBLUFF, Mo. -- "Desperate times call for desperate measures" is a statement that rings true for the Poplar Bluff Animal Control officers, as they face an increasing number of dangerous and vicious pit bull terriers within the city limits...
'All Over but the Shoutin'' readers find commonalities (02/14/03)
Some people think Rick Bragg's mother is the central figure in "All Over but the Shoutin'," his memoir about growing up poor in the Deep South and becoming a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. She certainly is the hero, a woman who insisted on eating after her children had finished to make sure they had had enough. ...
Special ops bring emergency wedding together (02/14/03)
Michelle McClure met her groom-to-be at church when she was 7 years old. Four years later, the Cape Girardeau girl stole her first kiss from that Jackson boy at church camp. About eight years after that -- last summer to be specific -- the two childhood friends started dating...
Rodeo is riding, roping and fashion (02/14/03)
Call it rodeo fashion or western couture. But no matter the words, it's the clothes that will matter to many at the 15th annual Show Me Center World Championship Rodeo, which begins tonight and runs through Sunday. Because making a style statement at the rodeo can be just as important for spectators as it is for competitors, it takes a good mix of the traditional and the trendy in choosing the right western clothing, said Lisa Sparkman, owner of Circle S Saddle Co. in Gordonville...
Trial set for Scott City murder suspect (02/14/03)
A jury trial has been scheduled for murder suspect Christopher L. Jones, 19, of Scott City. Jones is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the August stabbing death of his step-father, John Mayabb, 48, who was stabbed numerous times at his home in Scott City. Police arrested Jones not long afterward about five blocks from the house...
ADDY awards showcase area's best ads (02/14/03)
Babies, an outdoorsy info-mercial and a recruitment brochure -- all shook up with a little Elvis -- were the big winners at Thursday night's annual ADDY awards. The three "Best in Show" awards for advertising in print, electronic and mixed mediums went to Southeast Missouri Hospital, Red Letter Communications and the Perryville, Mo.-based Wright Group...
Region/state briefs 02/14/03 (02/14/03)
Jury trial set for Scott City murder suspect A jury trial has been scheduled for murder suspect Christopher L. Jones, 19, of Scott City. Jones is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the August stabbing death of his stepfather, John Mayabb, 48, who was stabbed numerous times at his home in Scott City. Police arrested Jones not long afterward about five blocks from the house...
Holden, lawmakers closer to closing gap in state budget (02/14/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Republican legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Bob Holden whittled away at Missouri's budget shortfall Thursday. But funding cuts still seemed likely for public schools. Despite agreeing on new spending cuts and revenue increases, the bottom line was that state officials still were $82.3 million shy of covering a projected $350 million shortfall for the fiscal year ending June 30...
Child care centers may not be getting state reimbursement (02/14/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Hundreds of eligible child care centers are missing out on federal money they could be getting to reimburse them for the cost of feeding their children, a state official said Thursday. About 1,000 Missouri child care centers currently are signed up for the Missouri Child and Adult Care Food Program, said Ann McCormack, chief of the state Bureau of Community Food and Nutrition Assistance...
Counties' powers need expansion, says Cape official (02/14/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Too often when elected officials in most Missouri counties have a local problem that requires action, they need the state legislature's approval to get it done, Cape Girardeau County Presiding Commissioner Gerald Jones told a House committee on Thursday...
Missouri Baptists at odds with college over issues (02/14/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- For Amber Davisson, the issue is clear: She wanted to use her senior theater project at William Jewell College to make a difference in the world. Staging "The Vagina Monologues" was her way to highlight violence against women. But for officials at the Missouri Baptist Convention, which helps fund the college, it's not that simple. ...
House OKs stricter welfare rules (02/14/03)
WASHINGTON -- The House approved a Republican welfare reform bill Thursday that would require more single mothers to work and provide hundreds of millions of dollars to promote marriage. Nearly identical to a plan put forth by President Bush, the GOP legislation passed by a 230-192 vote, largely along party lines. It would renew a 1996 welfare overhaul that allowed states to impose tough new rules and helped spark a massive reduction in welfare rolls...
Congress OKs $397 billion spending (02/14/03)
WASHINGTON -- Congress overwhelmingly approved a vast $397.4 billion spending bill Thursday, a package pouring taxpayers' money into everything from poor school districts to a probe of the shuttle Columbia disaster to the National Cowgirl Museum in Texas...
CDC - U.S. senior population to double by 2030 (02/14/03)
ATLANTA -- America's population of senior citizens is expected to double by 2030 to 71 million, and the nation needs to begin preparing for the demands they are going to put on the health care system, the government said Thursday. Between 2000 and 2030, the number of Americans 65 or older will increase from 35 million to 71 million, or from 12.4 percent to nearly 20 percent of the population, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said...
Jury convicts woman of murder with Mercedes (02/14/03)
HOUSTON -- A woman who ran down her cheating husband with her Mercedes after catching him with his mistress was convicted of murder Thursday despite her tearful claim that she hit him accidentally, while in a heartsick daze. Clara Harris, 45, could get a life sentence, or a lesser punishment if the jury concludes she acted with "sudden passion." Two jurors wept as the judge read the verdict against the mother of young twins...
Lawsuit by soldiers' parents, congressmen challenges Bush (02/14/03)
BOSTON -- Six House members, members of the military and parents of servicemen went to federal court Thursday to try to prevent the president from launching an invasion of Iraq without an explicit declaration of war from Congress. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., and the other plaintiffs said the October 2002 congressional resolution backing military action against Iraq did not specifically declare war and unlawfully ceded the decision to President Bush...
Investigators say missing tile not likely cause of heat (02/14/03)
The space shuttle Columbia almost certainly suffered a devastating breach of its skin, allowing superheated air inside the left wing and possibly the wheel compartment during its fiery descent, investigators said Thursday. In its first significant determination, the accident investigation board announced that heat damage from a missing tile would not be sufficient to cause the unusual temperature increases detected inside Columbia minutes before it disintegrated. ...
People talk 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
Terror alert puts scare into Kelly Osbourne LONDON -- Kelly Osbourne pulled out of a British awards show Thursday because of fears terrorists might attack London, her British publicist said. The teenage daughter of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne had been scheduled to perform at the NME awards later Thursday, but became concerned after seeing images of tanks and soldiers patrolling near London's Heathrow airport, said spokeswoman Naz Ahmed...
First woman shuttle pilot, commander, ready to lead (02/14/03)
SPACE CENTER, Houston -- Eileen Collins fell in love with space before she even started noticing boys. The affair began in fourth grade, with an article in Junior Scholastic Magazine about the Gemini astronauts. It was a "pro" and "con" piece about whether the country should be spending money on the space program. Young Eileen didn't consider it a question for debate...
Bush's push for war now is aiming at future threat (02/14/03)
WASHINGTON -- Many U.S. allies as well as skeptical Americans are struggling to understand why the Bush administration is pressing so urgently for military action against Iraq. Why war? Why now? Among reasons given are President Bush's conviction that failing to deal with Saddam Hussein now will lead to far greater dangers in the future. ...
Striking police return to work (02/14/03)
LA PAZ, Bolivia -- Striking police officers returned to work Thursday after two days of violent street protests that left 22 people dead and a trail of burned and looted buildings throughout the capital of South America's poorest nation. People lined the streets of La Paz to cheer police officers as they began to restore order after demonstrators set fire to government buildings and looted stores in a wave of violence that began as a protest against a new income tax that the government suspended to calm the unrest.. ...
Remains of Romanian king returned to his homeland (02/14/03)
BUCHAREST, Romania -- The remains of King Carol II, Romania's "playboy king," were welcomed with national honors at home Thursday, 50 years after he died in exile in Portugal. The national guard carried his coffin and played the national anthem at a ceremony carried live on television...
As war with Iraq threatens, coalition lines up behind U.S. (02/14/03)
SOFIA, Bulgaria -- President Bush's "coalition of the willing" is a mixed bag of nations -- some strong enough to provide military help, others limited to offering symbolic support -- but their leaders are united in standing with the U.S. threat to remove Saddam Hussein by force...
Mail call raises spirits of U.S. troops in Kuwait (02/14/03)
IN THE KUWAITI DESERT -- Sitting in the driver's seat of a Paladin self-propelled howitzer, Pfc. Joseph McWhorter was all smiles Thursday as he dug into a Valentine's Day box full of his favorite treats and photos from home. McWhorter and his unit came to the Kuwaiti desert more than four months ago as part of a routine rotation through Kuwait. ...
Britain - Missile program may be 'serious breach' of resolution (02/14/03)
UNITED NATIONS -- Iraq may have committed a "serious breach" with a missile that experts determined can fly beyond a U.N.-imposed range, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Thursday. Iraq denied the missile violates U.N. resolutions. The missile finding could provide new ammunition for the U.S. ...
Israel protests decision to permit war crimes proceedings (02/14/03)
JERUSALEM -- Israel fired off a sharp letter to Belgium and temporarily recalled its ambassador Thursday to protest a Belgian court ruling that allows survivors of a 1982 massacre of Palestinians in Lebanon to file war charges against Israelis. The office of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon described the ruling as "a scandalous provocation," and the Maariv newspaper called it "twisted and outrageous."...
Police arrest man carrying hand grenade at London airport (02/14/03)
LONDON -- Authorities arrested a man with a grenade in his luggage Thursday at London's Gatwick airport and detained two men outside Heathrow airport as the capital remained on a high alert against terrorism. The two airports are the focus of a huge security operation in London, set in motion earlier this week in response to a threat that Prime Minister Tony Blair has refused to detail...
Officials block off region of possible Ebola outbreak (02/14/03)
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of Congo -- Citing a suspected Ebola outbreak, officials Thursday quarantined a central region of the Republic of Congo and appealed for international help. At least 50 people have died from hemorrhagic fever in Cuvette West, a forested region that is home to 30,000 people. Officials are awaiting lab results to determine if Ebola caused the deaths...
Insurgents warn French troops to withdraw (02/14/03)
BOUAKE, Ivory Coast -- Rebels on Thursday issued their second warning this week that they would resume fighting if President Laurent Gbagbo does not live up to the West African nation's peace accord and include them in a new national government. The power-sharing government is a key part of a Jan. 24 peace accord negotiated in Marcoussis, France, after more than four months of crippling war in the world's largest cocoa producer...
Rights groups petition for access to U.S. detainees (02/14/03)
GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba -- U.S. military officials on Thursday denied any mistreatment of terrorism suspects after two human rights groups asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to intervene on behalf of detainees. The New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights and the International Human Rights Law Group petitioned the Washington-based commission, asking it to ensure the prisoners were neither tortured during interrogations nor transferred to other countries for questioning.. ...
Small U.S. plane crashes in rebel-held territory (02/14/03)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- A U.S. government plane carrying four Americans and a Colombian crashed Thursday in southern Colombia, and officials feared the survivors were captured by leftist rebels. Two bodies were spotted at the site, Colombian officials said...
S. Korean president-elect says he wouldn't agree to U.S. attack (02/14/03)
SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea's president-elect said Thursday that he would not go along with the United States in any attack on North Korea to halt its nuclear program, aides said. The United States has said it does not plan to invade North Korea, but the comment by President-elect Roh Moo-hyun highlighted his willingness to voice potential differences with his country's No. 1 ally...
Vatican opens archives in a bid to improve image of Pius XII (02/14/03)
VATICAN CITY -- For years the Vatican has struggled to defend its wartime pope, Pius XII, against claims he was anti-Semitic and didn't do enough to save Jews from the Holocaust. Now the Vatican is taking the extraordinary step of opening part of its secret archives ahead of schedule, in a bid to silence attacks against a man it is considering for sainthood. Starting Saturday, millions of Vatican documents from the years leading up to World War II will be available to scholars...
Last-second shot misses; Jackson holds offCentral (02/14/03)
For the second time in three days teams from Jackson and Central High School packed into Jackson High School to resume a SEMO Conference basketball rivalry. But unlike Tuesday's boys game that saw the Tigers roll past Jackson, Thursday's girls game went down to the wire before Jackson pulled out a wild one, 47-44...
Last-second shot misses; Jackson holds off Central (02/14/03)
For the second time in three days teams from Jackson and Central High School packed into Jackson High School to resume a SEMO Conference basketball rivalry. But unlike Tuesday's boys game that saw the Tigers roll past Jackson, Thursday's girls game went down to the wire before Jackson pulled out a wild one, 47-44...
Notre Dame, Central take shots at team, individual title (02/14/03)
Two years ago the Notre Dame Bulldogs boys swimming team entered the water for the first time. Now in their third season, the Bulldogs have mastered a repertoire well beyond dogpaddle: They find themselves in uncharted waters with their first appearance at the Missouri Swimming and Diving Championships...
Delta builds big lead early, tops Woodland (02/14/03)
Delta built a 20-point lead in the first quarter and coasted to a a 73-26 road win over Woodland in girls basketball Thursday. Rebecca Below scored 27 points for Delta (18-2), while Sarah M. Cook tallied 17. Elisha Glastetter finished with 10 points for Woodland...
Hot-shooting UT-Martin completes sweep of Indians (02/14/03)
MARTIN, Tenn. -- Porous defense once again did in Southeast Missouri State University's men's basketball team. The Indians, who have ranked among the Ohio Valley Conference's worst defensive teams all season, saw Tennessee-Martin get just about any shot it wanted during a 77-61 victory Thursday at Skyhawk Arena...
Bull-riding brothers look for wins at home (02/14/03)
Today's 15th Annual Show Me Center Championship Rodeo will give a pair of brothers a chance to compete against some of the nation's top cowboys. Best of all, they'll still be just a short drive from home. Curtis and Jason Griffin of Advance, Mo., have been competing in rodeos for, as they say, about as long as they could walk. Curtis and Jason's parents own Rock Hills Rodeo Company, which allowed them to hone their skills from an early age...
Earnhardt Jr. adds Twin 125 to a growing Daytona resume (02/14/03)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Two races down, and two to go for Junior. Dale Earnhardt Jr., who came into Speed Weeks as the favorite for Sunday's Daytona 500, raced to an overpowering victory Thursday in a 125-mile qualifier. That followed a win Saturday night in the non-points Bud Shootout...
Flyers turn back Blues in overtime (02/14/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Michal Handzus scored on a rebound at 3:02 of overtime as the Philadelphia Flyers, shut out the previous two games by the Wild, rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat the Blues 4-3 on Thursday night. Jeremy Roenick and Kim Johnsson scored on consecutive shots in the third period to force overtime. Handzus beat Brent Johnson for his 16th goal as the Flyers outshot the Blues 3-2 in the extra period, with Johnsson assisting on the play...
Seize your chance to hunt the hunters (02/14/03)
Whether you're a turkey hunter, quail hunter, deer hunter, rabbit hunter or waterfowl hunter, this isn't the time of year to sit in the house waiting for spring. While you wait, hunters -- coyotes -- are hunting your game you work so hard to scout...
The NBA's big picture comes into focus (02/14/03)
While everybody was busy reminiscing about Michael or imagining LeBron as The Man, a different picture filled up the frame. Someone you assumed couldn't get better just did. "Everybody's kind of using my energy and we're using it to play well," Kobe Bryant said. "That makes the game fun."...
FanFare 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
Briefly Baseball
  • David Cone has decided to give it one more try. Out of baseball last year, the 40-year-old pitcher will attempt a comeback with the New York Mets, signing a minor league contract Thursday. The right-hander last pitched in 2001, going 9-7 with a 4.31 ERA in 25 starts for Boston. Cone worked as an analyst for the New York Yankees' YES network last season and had been expected to do so again...
  • It's late, but it's never too late (02/14/03)
    This column is my annual public-service announcement for men who, like me, have trouble remembering important stuff. Fellows, this is Valentine's Day. Where is the mushy card for your sweetheart? Sorry. I didn't mean to make you choke on your Wheaties...
    Master of the oud composes songs about war (02/14/03)
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Iraqi musician Naseer Shamma's reputation as a master of the oud, a pear-shaped string instrument, is built in part on a piece he wrote to describe the horrors of war. His "Al-Amariya" draws from the Gulf War bombing of a shelter in which Iraq said 403 civilians, including 52 children, died. U.S. officials said at the time they believed the structure was an Iraqi military command center. The sorrowful piece is requested at each of Shamma's concerts...
    20 yearsof the River City Players (02/14/03)
    Jeff Statler was a junior in high school when the late Ann Abbott started the River City Players 20 years ago. He worked on the first production, "Same Time Next Year." The company, then called Associated Community Theatre, put on plays in the garage of the old firehouse at Frederick and Independence streets, now the River Heritage Museum...
    Everybody's a critic - 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' (02/14/03)
    No stars "How to Lose a Guy In 10 Days" can be described in one word. However, I don't think I can say that word in the newspaper. So after 20 minutes of sheer boredom, I bought another ticket and caught the late showing of "The Recruit" instead. Calling it a wise investment would be an understatement...
    Artifacts 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
    'Vagina Monologues' performance tonight A reading of "The Vagina Monologues" will presented tonight at the Cape Girardeau Public Library community room. Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs of Jackson, who is an adjunct professor in the Communications Department at Southeast Missouri State University, has organized the reading. Also performing will be Ellen Dillon, Lauryn Neilson, Nikki Redmond and Sarah V. Moore...
    'Chicago Caper' - Guys and molls who didn't do it (02/14/03)
    The moment you reach the top step at the River City Yacht Club you are gruffly greeted by B. Wright Wityu (Randy Barnhouse), who's toting a machine gun and a surly attitude. "What's da passwoid," demands Tony "2 Time" Tony (John Kreighbaum). The password -- It's printed on the program B. ...
    James Norton (02/14/03)
    LILBOURN, Mo. -- James Norton, 82, of Lilbourn died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Feb. 3, 1921, at Caruthersville, Mo., son of Irvin and Sally Neal Norton. He and Gladys Woods were married March 16, 1940...
    Ilene Weymouth (02/14/03)
    Ilene Weymouth, 73, of Scott City died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born June 12, 1929, in Granite City, Ill., daughter of Rhesa and Ruth Burns Dick. She married Charles Weymouth Jr., who preceded her in death...
    Robert Clevenz (02/14/03)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Graveside service for Robert H. Clevenz of Perryville will be held at 1 p.m. today at Lorimier Cemetery in Cape Girardeau. The Rev. Charles Prost will officiate. Military rites will be conducted by members of VFW Post 3838. Ford and Sons Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements...
    Claudia Glasser (02/14/03)
    Funeral Mass for Sister M. Claudia Glasser of the Wheaton Franciscan Motherhouse in Wheaton, Ill., was held Monday at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at the Motherhouse. Burial was in Assumption Cemetery at Winfield, Ill. Williams-Kampp Funeral Home in Wheaton was in charge of arrangements...
    Jean Gerhardt (02/14/03)
    Jean Ann Gerhardt, 70, of Asheville, N.C., died Thursday, Jan. 23, 2003. She was born Nov. 14, 1932, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Henry and Stella Cartwright Haynes. She married William A. Gerhardt. Gerhardt had been a member and Sunday School teacher at First Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau. She moved to Asheville 15 years ago...
    James Emerson (02/14/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- James Eugene "Jimmie" Emerson, 63, of Sikeston died Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2003, at his home, following a brief battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). He was born Dec. 16, 1939, at Morley, Mo., son of Jim Mac and Ava Evans Emerson. On Dec. 31, 1960, he married Norma "Gene" Whittley, daughter of the late Jesse and Violet Kirby Whittley of Sikeston...
    Virginia Acord (02/14/03)
    Virginia Acord, 87, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2003, at her home. She was born Aug. 1, 1915, in Stoddard County, Mo., daughter of Theodore and Millie Walker Acord. The family moved to Cape Girardeau 80 years ago from Stoddard County. She was a graduate of Central High School...
    Births 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
    Sumner Daughter to Guy M. and Robin S. Sumner of Cape Girardeau, St. Francis Medical Center, 7:14 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2003. Name, Sierra Rose. Weight, 2 pounds 13 ounces. Fourth child, second daughter. Mrs. Sumner is the former Robin Stevens, daughter of Sterling and Joyce Forrest of Montgomery City, Mo. She is photo lab manager at Wal-Mart. Sumner is the son of Bruce and Jody Sumner of Cape Girardeau and Gary and Shirley McDaniel of Montgomery City. He is employed by Capricorn Cable TV...
    Cape fire report 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, Feb. 14 Firefighters responded Wednesday to the following items: At 4:48 p.m., fire alarm at Towers South. At 5:03 p.m., emergency medical service at 2835 Whitener. At 6:36 p.m., carbon monoxide detector alarm at 3029 Melrose...
    Cape/Jackson police reports 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, Feb. 14 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Matthew P. Vanhaveren, 27, of 631 E. Adams, Apt. 4, Jackson, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and careless and imprudent driving.Arrests...
    Out of the past 2/14/03 (02/14/03)
    10 years ago: Feb. 14, 1993 Historic Burfordville bridge -- one of only four covered bridges remaining in Missouri -- is likely to receive funding in next year's state budget for complete restoration; restoration could lead to re-opening of bridge for light vehicle traffic; Gov. Mel Carnahan included $611,200 in his proposed fiscal 1994 budget for bridge restoration...
    Special day for children with heart defects (02/14/03)
    By Claire Ellinghouse I am the parent of a now 3-year-old son who is such an inspiration to many. Gabriel has complex congenital heart defects (Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome) and has undergone several open-heart and closed-heart surgeries and many catherizations. Someday he may need more...
    Higher gasoline prices still a bargain (02/14/03)
    For the last two months, the retail price of gasoline across the nation has been going up. Current prices are approximately 50 cents a gallon higher than a year ago. Consumers have been looking for someone or something to blame. Some of those who complain like to put the blame on a conspiracy. ...
    Cape veteran will finally get Bronze Star (02/14/03)
    Thanks to a golf game a couple of years ago, two World War II veterans from Cape Girardeau discovered they had a lot in common, including being awarded the Bronze Star. John Dragoni Sr. received his medal during the war, but Kenneth Bender didn't get his before he was shipped home at the end of the war...
    Congress should rescind portion of security bill (02/14/03)
    To the editor: I'm disappointed the Southeast Missourian hasn't take a position on the homeland security bill, which is an assault on our civil liberties. The bill was supported by the president and passed by Congress in the name of patriotism. It allows American citizens to be arrested and held without due process and to be tried by military tribunals. This doesn't sound very patriotic to me...
    Nigeria takes necessary action against scammers (02/14/03)
    To the editor: While your effort to inform your readers of the menace of Nigerian con artists is appreciated, unguarded statements like "Because the United States has no criminal extradition treaty with Nigeria, law enforcement can do next to nothing to bring the Nigerian con artists to justice" should be avoided...
    Speak Out 02/14/03 (02/14/03)
    THIS IS to the Speak Out caller who's against the Show Me Center having rock concerts. There were several of us who attended the rock concert Friday night at the Show Me Center, and they put on a wonderful show. We enjoyed it. Some of us like our music...
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