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Stories from Sunday, October 19, 2003

Chartered course (10/19/03)
The restrooms are wedged into a bank vault. Marbled teller booths have been turned into computer stations. Students do science experiments where tellers once counted out money for drive-through customers...
Change of seasons brings colors to life (10/19/03)
For fall's few months, the world becomes a more colorful place. "I love the fall colors and the leaves -- it's a beautiful thing," said Angel Skaggs, taking a break from yardwork on a sunny Saturday afternoon. "It's a nice change of pace from the heat, and it carries you over to winter, when you don't have a lot of color."...
Original artwork centerpiece of Rose Theatre's new look (10/19/03)
In the early 1980s, Dr. Kenn Stilson was a theater student at Southeast Missouri State University, and Craig Thomas was an art major minoring in technical theater. They worked on a number of productions together, including "A Midsummer Night's Dream."...
Re-enactor tells Lewis, Clark story at library program (10/19/03)
Through folklorist Diane Moran's acting ability, Sacagawea appeared at the Cape Girardeau Public Library on Saturday to a crowd of about 50 interested in the story of the historical figure's life. The story unfolded as she transformed into a woman who takes on the challenge of journeying with Merriwether Lewis and William Clark through uncharted territory to find a passageway to the Pacific Ocean...
While mom fights war, son, daughter grow up (10/19/03)
Aside from infancy, perhaps there's no age when a daughter counts on her mother more. At age 12, Ashleigh Robinson is leaving behind the traits that make her a child and trying to embrace the qualities that will take her into adulthood. The same girl who climbed trees last summer is beginning to care more about how she looks and how others perceive her...
Mountain residents unhappy to discover crude oil in their wells (10/19/03)
DORTON, Ky. -- When Rodger and Melissa Bentley noticed that the well at their eastern Kentucky home was filled with a bubbling crude, they didn't exactly run off to tell relatives they had struck it rich. That's because they found just enough of the oil to foul their only source of potable water and enough natural gas to cause their well house to explode into flames...
University of Illinois garden devoted to poisonous plants (10/19/03)
URBANA, Ill. -- Rebecca Dieter and Marianne Krumdick have a really impressive garden growing, with more than 90 plant species -- some of which can kill you. In fact, pretty much everything in the garden the two University of Illinois veterinary students maintain in Urbana could at least make you sick. If not you, then certainly the family cat or dog, and horses, cows, pigs and other farm animals...
With no cash to pay employees, adult haunted house shuts down (10/19/03)
WENTZVILLE, Mo. -- The Mall of the Dead is no more. Like a slasher movie and its numerous sequels, the adult-oriented haunted house went through numerous twists and turns in the past few weeks -- then closed Friday after a co-owner said he had no money to pay employees...
Survivors recall fatal Chicago fire (10/19/03)
CHICAGO -- Jerry Lawrence could smell the smoke as he headed for the stairs on the 32nd floor but he figured it was just a trash fire. It wasn't until he and others had crowded into the stairwell and the smoke began thickening around them that he began to worry...
Mayor's bank records subpoenaed by feds (10/19/03)
PHILADELPHIA -- Financial records for Mayor John Street, his wife and eldest son have been subpoenaed by federal investigators in the midst of a wide-ranging FBI probe, according to a published report. The subpoena was served Friday at Commerce Bank's Philadelphia headquarters and sought bank records for Street, his wife Naomi Post, his son Sharif Street, and Ronald A. ...
Consumer-friendly ideas in energy bill uncertain (10/19/03)
WASHINGTON -- The White House promoted it and there was widespread support in Congress, so a tax credit for buyers of gasoline-saving hybrid cars seemed certain to find a way into the energy bill. But lawmakers have not decided whether to include the tax break in legislation even though it is one of the few offerings that would directly affect consumers and fuel consumption...
Eight reservists investigated for mistreatment of Iraqi prisone (10/19/03)
LOS ANGELES -- Eight Marine reservists accused in the mistreatment of prisoners of war in Iraq were being held Saturday at Camp Pendleton on charges ranging from negligent homicide to dereliction of duty, military officials said. Meanwhile, a lawyer representing one of the men said the Army did not have the necessary personnel to run the detention camp and the reservists were untrained for the job...
Coming to Korea- a smaller, more flexible U.S. military presenc (10/19/03)
WASHINGTON -- The American force that has stood guard on the Korean Peninsula since the war against communist North Korea ended 50 years ago is about to change fundamentally. Details are in quiet negotiation, but outlines of a deal are coming into focus even as President Bush visits the region:...
Canada's prime minister makes Afghanistan trip (10/19/03)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Visiting Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said Saturday that his country does not plan to send more troops to boost the international peacekeeping force that is gearing up to expand beyond Afghanistan's capital. Canada has provided 2,000 of the 5,000 troops in the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force, making it the largest contributor...
Slayings, kidnappings spread fear ahead of elections (10/19/03)
SOLEDAD, Colombia -- Stella Castillo walked into the town registrar's office to declare her candidacy in the mayoral election -- instantly making herself a target for death at the hands of rebels bent on disrupting the next weekend's elections. Castillo was well aware of the danger: Hit men shot and killed her husband, the previous candidate for mayor, before her eyes two weeks ago...
Efforts to resume oil exports from the Iraqi north stumble (10/19/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Efforts to resume vital oil exports from northern Iraq -- halted for weeks by sabotage -- stumbled once more Saturday when the main pipeline to Turkey sprang a leak, Turkish officials said. Elsewhere, U.S. troops and Iraqi police arrested 11 people, three of them women, who were suspected of links to attacks against U.S. soldiers, witnesses said. The arrests came after the deadliest day for American soldiers in a month...
New Bolivian leader works to restore peace (10/19/03)
LA PAZ, Bolivia -- Bolivia's new president promised early elections and worked Saturday to form a transition government as his predecessor fled to the United States, driven from office by a month of violent demonstrations. President Carlos Mesa -- the former vice president inaugurated late Friday after Gonzalo Sanchez Lozada resigned -- takes over this struggling Andean nation amid its worst crisis in decades and after rioting that left 65 people dead...
U.S. man joins crew on Russian rocket trip (10/19/03)
BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan -- A Russian rocket blasted off Saturday carrying a three-man replacement crew bound for the international space station, standing in for a U.S. shuttle program that remains on hold because of the Columbia disaster. The crew consists of an American, a Russian and a Spaniard, marking the second time a Soyuz capsule has carried a U.S. astronaut to the space station since the Columbia disintegrated in February on its way back to Earth...
Voice reported to be Bin Laden threatens fresh suicide attacks (10/19/03)
CAIRO, Egypt -- In a new audiotape aired Saturday, a voice purported to be Osama bin Laden vowed suicide attacks "inside and outside" the United States and threatened nations that are helping the American occupation of Iraq. The speaker in the tape, broadcast throughout the Arab world by the Al-Jazeera television station, also warned Iraqis against cooperating with U.S. forces and urged youth in neighboring nations to join a jihad, or holy war, against the Americans...
APEC ministers plan tough controls, no ban, on missiles (10/19/03)
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Linking the threat of terror to their economic futures, Pacific Rim leaders heeded U.S. warnings on Saturday and agreed to tough controls, but no ban, on portable missiles that can shoot down civilian aircraft. They also resolved better coordination on bioterrorism, called for the restart of collapsed talks toward a new global trade pact, and promised to block "cross-border movement of equipment, funds and people involved in international terrorist activities."...
Frustration draws cast of outsiders into peace efforts (10/19/03)
JERUSALEM -- Frustrated by three years of violence and failed peace initiatives, former government officials, civic leaders and even Hollywood stars such as Danny DeVito have jumped into Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking, hoping to succeed where their leaders have failed...
Three from U.S. jailed in Mexican land dispute (10/19/03)
SAN PABLO ETLA, Mexico -- The jailings of three Americans over a land dispute between a retired U.S. writer and a Mexican university has sent a tremor of fear through the long-established expatriate community in this picturesque southern Mexican village...
IRA asked to OK '98 peace accord (10/19/03)
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- The leader of Northern Ireland's major Protestant party appealed Saturday for the Irish Republican Army to accept the 1998 peace accord as a "full and final" settlement. Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble said British Protestants should resume work in a power-sharing government with the IRA-linked Sinn Fein party, but only if the IRA commits to ceasing all hostile activity and disarming fully, as the Good Friday pact of 1998 proposed...
Turkey may scrap Iraq deployment (10/19/03)
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Turkey's prime minister said Saturday that his country would scrap plans to send troops to Iraq if Iraqis continue to oppose the deployment. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government supports sending peacekeepers to Iraq, as requested by the United States, and parliament approved a deployment last week...
Bush pledges security help on Asian trip (10/19/03)
BANGKOK, Thailand -- In a tense visit, President Bush sped through Manila streets crowded with flag-waving supporters and angry protesters on Saturday and pledged to help the beleaguered Philippines battle rising terrorism. He then brought the promise of closer military ties to Thailand...
Pass attack triggers Central win (10/19/03)
A 286-yard passing game by Mitch Craft countered a stagnant Central ground game Saturday and helped the Tigers escape Sumner 17-14 in a nonconference football game in St. Louis. Craft was 17-of-27 for the Tigers (5-2), who trailed 14-3 early in the second quarter against Sumner (1-6) at the Gateway Tech field. Central ran for 44 yards, led by Craft's 19...
Central bows out with loss to Lindbergh (10/19/03)
KIRKWOOD, Mo. -- Megan McDonald struck out nine batters and walked none for Central High School's softball team Saturday at the Kirkwood Athletics Association Complex. But a key error and a couple of missed opportunities negated McDonalds' strong start and led to a 2-0 loss in the first-ever Class 4 quarterfinal appearance for Central (19-9). Lindbergh is 20-10...
Hot Kelly offense goes silent against stingy Blair Oaks (10/19/03)
KIRKWOOD, Mo. -- Kelly scored six runs in its sectional softball win Wednesday, but the Hawks managed only three total base runners Saturday in a 2-1 state quarterfinal loss to Blair Oaks at the Kirkwood Athletics Association Complex. The loss denied Kelly its first final four appearance since 2000. The Hawks lost in the semifinals to Lawson that year 2-1. Blair Oaks will face Lawson in a Class 2 semifinal Friday...
Road rally keeps Indians in thick of OVC race (10/19/03)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- Forgive Eastern Kentucky's Colonels if they don't want to play Southeast Missouri State University at home again. EKU rarely loses at Roy Kidd Stadium -- and before last season the Colonels hadn't lost to Southeast anywhere. But the Indians shocked EKU on its field for the second year in a row -- and perhaps revived their season in the process -- in a wild 41-38 triumph Saturday afternoon...
Game-clinching kick is a first for Southeast's Kutz (10/19/03)
RICHMOND, Ky. -- Derek Kutz has been a reliable kicker for Southeast Missouri State University, but the junior had never booted a game-winning field goal. That changed Saturday when Kutz drilled a 39-yard field goal with 9.9 seconds remaining in a 41-38 victory at Eastern Kentucky...
Sooners look like No. 1 vs. MU (10/19/03)
NORMAN, Okla. -- Having taken yet another brutal hit, Brad Smith was left sprawled on the turf. The Missouri quarterback slowly picked himself off the ground and limped for the sideline. He didn't come into the game again. The Oklahoma Sooners had finally caught up with Smith...
Earnhardt matures into championship contender (10/19/03)
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. is growing into his reputation as a Winston Cup superstar. Billed as a sure thing when he followed his father, Dale Earnhardt, to NASCAR's top series, Junior has the adulation of the fans, a big-dollar deal with Budweiser and the resources of a top team in Dale Earnhardt Inc...
Favre puts his dome history to test today (10/19/03)
ST. LOUIS -- On Sunday, the Rams will have Brett Favre right where they want him -- indoors. For some reason, domes don't agree with the NFL's only three-time MVP. The Green Bay quarterback has a 12-20 record in a climate-controlled environment, with nine losses in the last 12 games and 42 interceptions overall. That list does not include his six-interception performance in a 2001 playoff loss at St. Louis' Edward Jones Dome...
Blues open home slate with win (10/19/03)
ST. LOUIS -- The Blues revived a struggling power play by scoring three times with the man advantage in a 4-1 victory over the Washington Capitals in their home opener Saturday night. Keith Tkachuk and Pavol Demitra each had a goal and an assist and Doug Weight had three assists for the Blues. St. Louis had been 3-for-17 on the power play in its first three games, but scored on three of its first five opportunities against the Capitals and was 3-for-8 overall...
Marlins take 1-0 World Series lead over Yankees (10/19/03)
NEW YORK -- These fish can fly. Juan Pierre and the Florida Marlins had the Yankees on the run from the very start, stealing the World Series opener 3-2 Saturday night from a New York team that looked as if it was still recovering from its last game...
Southeast may be OVC team to beat after all (10/19/03)
RICHMOND, Ky. --On Sept. 27, after losing its Ohio Valley Conference opener at Samford, Southeast Missouri State University's football team was 0-5 and reeling big-time. But now, after Saturday's stirring, courageous -- and unbelievably wild -- 41-38 victory at Eastern Kentucky, the Indians are looking very much like the OVC favorites they were predicted to be in the preseason...
Area digest (10/19/03)
Southeast cross country teams win at home A day at home led to a pair of wins for the Southeast Missouri State University men's and women's cross country teams. Running at Capaha Park in their final meet of the regular season Saturday, Southeast's women finished with 21 points to lead Murray State and Arkansas State. ...
FanSpeak (10/19/03)
Way to go, Indians I WOULD like to congratulate the players of the Jackson Indians football team. What an outstanding job you did against Central. However the coaching staff of Jackson could use a little help. They need to call the plays earlier. Good luck for the remainder of the season...
Letter - Don't blame a fan for the Cubs' huge collapse (10/19/03)
To the editor: The Cubs lost another chance to go to the World Series. One cannot blame goats, black cats, bad karma or a beleaguered fan for their curse. The curse of the Cubs lies in balls traveling through legs, bouncing off gloves and soaring over walls...
Real estate showcase 10/19/03 (10/19/03)
Every town has a city with a house that everyone loves. It's a house with such visual appeal that it catches people's attention, and makes it a virtual icon for that town. Some people feel that way about the house at 2405 Terrie Hill in Cape Girardeau. Terrie Hill is a quiet, well-established street off of Cape Rock Drive, and the home at that address has been there since the 1940s...
What could cause dog to limp? (10/19/03)
By Dr. John Koch Question: I have a 4-year-old mixed breed dog that is mid-sized. About one week ago, we were playing fetch when he suddenly let out a painful cry and has been limping on one back leg ever since. Could he have hip dysplasia?...
Daughter on cutting edge of history (10/19/03)
Across America, towns are celebrating the fact that Lewis and Clark slept here and there and left with a few souvenirs. There hasn't been this much excitement about explorers since Columbus sailed the ocean blue. At Cape Girardeau's middle school, they're making cardboard canoes to celebrate the bicentennial of America's most famous explorers...
Earl Bisher (10/19/03)
Earl Bisher, 69, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2003, at his home. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Jack Rushin (10/19/03)
Jack D. Rushin, 68, of Jackson died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Oct. 28 at Immaculate Conception Church in Jackson. Burial will follow in Russell Heights Cemetery in Jackson...
John Bethel (10/19/03)
John "Buddy Bethel, 63, of Scott City died Friday, Oct. 17, 2003, in Scott City. He was born Sept. 25, 1940, at Wardell, Mo., son of John and Pearl Muse Bethel. He and Phyllis Gale Finney were married March 31, 1987, in Nappanee, Ind. Survivors include his wife; a son, Scott Bethel of Edwardsburg, Mich.; a daughter, Julie Bethel of Goshen, Ind.; a brother, Jerry Bethel of Milford, Ind.; three sisters, Christine Lozier of Nappanee, Chestine Allison of Fisk, Mo., Delores Elliot of Beloit, Ill.; a granddaughter; and a great-grandchild.. ...
Joe Tidwell (10/19/03)
Samuel Joe Tidwell, 69, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born May 11, 1934, at Cape Girardeau, son of Willam F. and Rose Robinson Tidwell. He and Verna Ates were married Jan. 17, 1959 at Cape Girardeau...
Elsie Wyatt (10/19/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Elsie N. Wyatt, 86, of Sikeston died Saturday, Oct. 18, 2003, at St. Marys Health Center in Jefferson City, Mo. She was born Feb. 13, 1917, in Scott County, daughter of Walter and Ethel Duke Nelson. She and James Wyatt were married Oct. 13, 1934, in Scott County. He died in August 1957...
Ralph Denton (10/19/03)
THEBES, Ill. -- Ralph Denton, 85, of Thebes died Friday, Oct. 17, 2003, at Ratcliff Care Center. He was born June 21, 1918, at Thebes, son of Arthur and Grace Bracken Denton. He was a logger and farmer. Survivors include a sister, Elsie VanMeter of Cairo, Ill...
Timberlake-Mott (10/19/03)
Elizabeth Ann Timberlake and Anthony Christopher Mott were married May 25, 2003, at the Jewel Box in Forest Park in St. Louis. The bride is the daughter of James and Ruth Timberlake of Jackson. The groom is the son of Richard and Barbara Mott of Imperial, Mo...
Ochs-Powers (10/19/03)
Hanover Lutheran Church was the setting June 21, 2003, for the wedding of Sara Elizabeth Ochs and Patrick Lee Powers. The Rev. Barry L. Pfanstiel performed the ceremony. Organist was Carolyn Fiedler. The bride is the daughter of Herb and Wilma Ochs of Uniontown, Mo. The groom is the son of Chet Powers of Cape Girardeau, and the late Imogene Powers...
McRaven-Welker (10/19/03)
Rebecca Sue McRaven and Jacob Robert Welker were married Sept. 7, 2003, at Cape County Park South. The Rev. Raymond Oxford performed the ceremony. Brad Sample of Cape Girardeau provided music. The bride is the daughter of the late George Hutchison of Cape Girardeau and the late Lucille Loenecke of Jackson. The groom is the son of Evelyn Welker of Cape Girardeau...
Fowler-Langston (10/19/03)
Heidi Nicholle Fowler and Stacy Alan Langston were united in marriage May 10, 2003, at Crossroads Methodist Church in Sedgewickville, Mo. The Rev. Don Blaylock performed the ceremony. Music was by Rowe Arends of Holts Summit, Mo., brother-in-law of the bride...
Barnhart-McCain (10/19/03)
Sara Jennell Barnhart and Jeremy William McCain exchanged vows July 19, 2003, at Lynwood Baptist Church. The Rev. Eddie Long of Marble Hill, Mo., performed the ceremony. Vocalist was Chris Barnhart of Colorado, uncle of the bride. Steve and Darlene Barnhart of Jackson are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Larry and Brenda McCain of Perryville, Mo., and Theresa McCain of Texas...
Fluegge-Smith (10/19/03)
Ronald and Wilma Fluegge of Whitewater announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Fluegge, to Dusty Smith. He is the son of Donnie Smith of McClure, Ill., and Janet Smith of Oak Ridge. Fluegge is a 2003 graduate of Jackson High School, and is majoring in architecture at Drury University in Springfield, Mo...
Buford- Carnahan (10/19/03)
Michael and Mary Buford of Foristell, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Meghan Elizabeth Buford, to Roland LaVaughan Carnahan, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Roland and Joyce Carnahan of Atlanta, Mo. Buford is attending Southeast Missouri State University...
Spillman-Moore (10/19/03)
Aaron and Cari Spillman of Eldorado Springs, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shanda Renea Spillman, to Darrin Dale Moore, both of Springfield, Mo. He is the son of John Foster of Delta and Jon and Sheila Kellogg of Sedalia, Mo. Spillman is a graduate of Eldorado Springs High School, and is attending Ozark Technical College. She is employed at Bank One in Springfield...
Beltz-Schuessler (10/19/03)
Jeffery and Laura Beltz of Oak Ridge announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Nicole Beltz, to Chad Martin Schuessler, both of Columbia, Mo. He is the son of Marty and Sharon Schuessler of Jackson. Beltz is a 2002 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at Union Planters Bank in Ashland, Mo...
Leimers mark golden event (10/19/03)
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leimer of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception and dance June 28, 2003, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Jackson. Hosts were their children and spouses: David and Frances Leimer, Steven and Brenda Leimer, Sherri and Dale Robinson of Jackson, Barbara and Richard Dunlap of Clark, Pa., and Michael and LaRae Leimer of Cape Girardeau. The Leimers have 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren...
Fire report 10/19/03 (10/19/03)
Cape Girardeau Sunday, Oct. 19 Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: At 8:22 p.m., a medical assist at 1 Capaha Park. At 1:28 p.m., a medical assist at 2021 Independence. Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday: At 5:15 a.m., a medical assist at Themis and North Ellis...
Police report 10/19/03 (10/19/03)
Cape Girardeau Sunday, Oct. 19 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs David Lynn Massa Jr., 22, of Box 346, County Road 304, Marble Hill, Mo., was issued a summons for driving while intoxicated and speeding at Kingshighway and Walnut...
Jackson plan for finances makes sense (10/19/03)
In just over two weeks, voters in the Jackson School District will be making an important decision regarding future funding. If voters give their approval on Nov. 4, the district stands to gain nearly $2 million for operations. These would be crucial dollars to meet the district's growing needs at a time when state funding is being reduced because of the squeeze on the state budget that looks even more critical for next year...
DESE seeks huge increase in funding (10/19/03)
It doesn't hurt to ask. That seems to be the philosophy of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary education. It says it needs $820 million more for the 2004-05 school year than the legislature appropriated this year. Keep in mind that other state agencies are also sending their wish lists to Gov. Bob Holden, who has to make a budget recommendation when the legislature convenes next January...
United Way's 2003 campaign looks strong (10/19/03)
Recent years have been uncertain times for philanthropic organizations across the nation, particularly those depending on donations to fund vital programs that enhance the quality of our lives. But fund-raising organizations that have demonstrated, year after year, the positive impact they have on the communities they serve have continued to enjoy strong support. Indeed, organizations like the Area Wide United Way have seen annual increases in the levels of annual giving...
Past experience provides empathy for Limbaugh (10/19/03)
To the editor: I have empathy for Rush Limbaugh. When I had brain surgery, my entire body was in continuous pain. I begged for pills to kill the pain. My nurse told me the pills could be addictive. It is easy to attack Limbaugh. ANDREW OSTROWSKI...
Limbaugh has lied and thus can't be trusted (10/19/03)
To the editor: You fail to mention in your editorial that Rush Limbaugh's life for several years has been a major lie while he sits in his radio booth and regales the American public with tirades and bombasts about what should be done with drug users...
I-55 bridge excuses insult our intelligence (10/19/03)
To the editor: In reply to the comments from Phil Penzel, Diversion Channel bridge builder, about people not having the right to criticize the delayed completion of the bridge, I say, "Nonsense." He stated that two floods had caused delays. Well, guess what. It floods in that area every year. For the contractor not to plan for floods is quite irresponsible. Do not insult the public's intelligence with this excuse...
Conservative Christians get 'hysterical' label (10/19/03)
To the editor: John P. Clippard claimed that one of the reasons David Limbaugh chose to title his book "Persecution" was to create more mass hysteria amongst conservative Christians. Why is it that any time conservative Christians speak out on issues they care about it is deemed mass hysteria? Where are all these hysterical Christians? Are they rioting in the streets? Are they setting cars ablaze? How hysterical is it to voice one's beliefs and lodge one's complaints?...
Speak Out 10/19/03 (10/19/03)
HAT'S OFF to the professors, Southeast Missourian and others for putting on the Freedom of Speech Run/Walk. It was well-organized. We also enjoyed the speech. I hope you do it every year. Spending more WE LOVE Dr. Mike Cowan, the principal at Central High School, but saying that the school has no tax money or room is crazy. ...
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