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Stories from Sunday, November 23, 2003

Small fire causes minor damage at Rubbermaid plant in Jackson (11/23/03)
Jackson firefighters responded to a small fire at the Rubbermaid plant Saturday morning on Lee Avenue, said department spokesman Steve Baugh. "When you step outside our building you can see Rubbermaid from here," he said. "We saw there was heavy smoke showing and thought the worst until we got there."...
Craft mavens find haven in weekend shows (11/23/03)
CHRIS PAGANO * cpagano@semissourian.com At Southeast Missouri State University Center Ballroom princesses were crowned at an event sponsored by the women of Junior Panhellenic and Panhellenic and governing councils representing Southeast Missouri State University sororities Saturday. ...
Bollinger school tracks money theft (11/23/03)
A trail of missing money in the Meadow Heights School District dates back more than a year, but officials there say how much was taken is still unknown. Superintendent Mike Miller said he expects to receive finance records from the school district's bank this week that should pinpoint the exact amount of money believed to be stolen...
Nation briefs (11/23/03)
Merger of Illinois Power, ComEd called off CHICAGO -- Exelon Corp. called off its $2.2 billion acquisition of Illinois Power Co. on Saturday, a day after state lawmakers failed to approve legislation to help the deal. Exelon and Illinois Power's parent company, Dynegy Inc., had asked for legislation that would speed review of the deal and could change the way consumer rates are set. ...
World briefs 11/23/03 (11/23/03)
Lithuanian protesters demand president resign VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Thousands of protesters rallied near President Rolandas Paksas' office in Vilnius on Saturday, demanding his resignation amid allegations that he has ties with a businessman involved with organized crime. ...
World briefs (11/23/03)
Peru's leader apologizes for human rights abuses LIMA, Peru -- Peru's president apologized for the 70,000 deaths from the country's 20-year battle with the Shining Path insurgency and promised to punish officers blamed for the worst abuses. Alejandro Toledo announced the government would spend $800 million in the next 2 1/2 years on public works in the areas hurt most by the fighting. ...
Living history (11/23/03)
Parts of Cape Girardeau took a 200-year step back in time Saturday as historical re-enactors played out their fantasies of living in another age. "I do it because I was born 200 years too late," said Jackie Kussman of Fredericktown, Mo., who is participating in a festival honoring the bicentennial of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark's three-year exploration of the continent...
Congresswoman under fire for campaign-funded trip to Grammys (11/23/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City Congresswoman Karen McCarthy insists that a campaign-financed trip to the Grammy Awards in February was legal, but former staff members are just as adamant that the trip was a personal excursion and not allowed under campaign funding rules...
Region/state digest 11/23/03 (11/23/03)
Advance teen crashes auto on Highway 74 Brian Koechner, 16, of Advance, Mo., was taken to St. Francis Medical Center with serious injuries early Saturday morning after overturning his 1997 Geo on Highway 74, one mile east of Delta, said the Missouri State Highway Patrol. His passenger, Caity Smith, 14, also was seriously injured and was hospitalized. Koechner apparently fell asleep at the wheel, the patrol said. The car ran off the right side of the road, struck a ditch and overturned...
Altering highway fee diversion goes slowly (11/23/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- With highway user fees generating nearly $1.2 billion a year, Department of Transportation director Henry Hungerbeeler says motorists -- who on average pay $300 a year each in such fees -- often question why the agency claims it lacks the finances to do more to improve state roads...
Students walk in character as Canterbury pilgrims (11/23/03)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Senior students in Debbie Huffman's basic English class at Springfield's Lanphier High School recently traded in their baggy jeans and sweat shirts for 14th century costumes. The long dresses and knee pants were part of a special field trip Huffman had planned to bring to life "The Canterbury Tales," which the class had just finished reading...
Springfield prosecutor says fatal shooting was justified (11/23/03)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The fatal shooting of an 18-year-old burglary suspect by a Springfield police officer was justified, Greene County Prosecutor Darrell Moore said. Officer Gavin Hartsell killed Michael Meadows, of Strafford, on Oct. 8 after Meadows pointed a stolen revolver at officer Jeff Ferneau...
Sierra Club sues to block Jeff City levee (11/23/03)
ST. LOUIS --The Sierra Club has sued the Army Corps of Engineers, arguing that it didn't consider the damage caused by a large, new Missouri River levee. The environmental group said the corps' proposed 1,000-year levee at Jefferson City would eliminate wildlife habitat, ruin wetlands and encourage construction in what is now undeveloped flood plain. ...
Salvation Army bellringer in KC charged with theft (11/23/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Salvation Army bellringer has been charged with stealing donations and using some of the proceeds to buy a lottery ticket. Stephanie Beavers, 36, of Kansas City was arrested Thursday after a woman told police she had seen Beavers put a dollar into her pocket after receiving it as a donation. The woman then had her brother give two marked bills to the bellringer...
Psychologist faces complaint for discussing demons (11/23/03)
In a case that could revolve around the role of religion in mental health care, a Missouri psychologist is accused of violating professional standards by counseling a patient on demon possession and inviting her to a prayer group. Psychologist Thomas DeVol markets himself as a Christian psychologist and, as part of his anti-divorce counseling, says he has invoked Jesus' name on dozens of occasions while commanding evil spirits to exit people...
Candlelight vigils held for Jackson (11/23/03)
Small gatherings of Michael Jackson fans held candlelight vigils around the world Saturday to support the pop megastar as he faces allegations of child molestation. There were rallies from Los Angeles to Toronto to Rome, but each typically drew just a few dozen fans. Vigils were planned over the weekend in more than a dozen cities, and others were to follow in China and Australia...
Economy boosts Bush's public standing (11/23/03)
WASHINGTON -- The strengthening economy is giving President Bush a boost with the public, just as postwar Iraq is becoming more of a liability. If current trends continue, Bush may be looking to the economy to provide him with political strength to negate increasing doubts about his policies in Iraq. In recent months, his standing on Iraq, foreign policy and the terrorism fight provided a counterweight to his low standing on the ailing economy...
Medicare bill survives vote, on to Senate (11/23/03)
The fate of the Medicare prescription drug bill rests with 100 senators after the measure narrowly passed the House, which endured a dusk-to-dawn debate capped by the longest roll call vote in the chamber's history. Already there was a pledge to try to stall the bill...
Young surfer takes the spotlight after shark attack (11/23/03)
KILAUEA, Hawaii -- There's talk of a reality show and a clothing line, speaking appearances and a book -- a lot of attention for a 13-year-old girl who's never recorded a song or rehearsed a script. Bethany Hamilton was known for her surfing skills on Kauai's North Shore, but now tragedy has made her one of the most in-demand teenagers in the national media. ...
Baldwin loves his new family film bad guy role (11/23/03)
LOS ANGELES -- Some leading men would balk at playing a goofy villain in a family film, but actor Alec Baldwin says he loved being bad in his latest role. In "Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat," he stars as the potbellied Larry Quinn, vile boyfriend of the bored siblings' mother and foil to Mike Myers' mischievous feline...
Ferrell-Calhoun (11/23/03)
Odds and Ends -- From wire reports Mascot mutt for Montana miners dies BUTTE, Mont. -- The wary, dreadlocked mutt that survived more than 17 years alone in a toxic pit and served as unofficial mascot of the Berkeley Pit miners has died. Affectionately known as The Auditor, the dog died peacefully Wednesday in the dog house the miners had built for him...
Mourners, conspiracy theorists gather in Dallas to recall JFK (11/23/03)
DALLAS -- Thousands of mourners, conspiracy theorists and the just plain curious gathered Saturday along the downtown street where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 40 years earlier, with many of them recalling where they had been at the very moment they heard the news...
Ukraine marks Soviet-era famine that killed millions (11/23/03)
KIEV, Ukraine -- Increased international recognition of a forced famine that killed up to 10 million Ukrainians brought bittersweet relief Saturday to elderly survivors marking the 70th anniversary of a dark chapter in the history of Soviet communism...
Symbol of reconciliation (11/23/03)
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam -- The USS Vandegrift weighed anchor Saturday and departed Ho Chi Minh City, ending the first port call by an American Navy ship to the communist country since the Vietnam War ended in 1975. The frigate's four-day visit came as the United States and Vietnam seek to expand cooperation beyond diplomatic and trade relations...
Opposition takes over Georgia's parliament amid street protests (11/23/03)
The opposition seized Georgia's parliament Saturday, chasing out President Eduard Shevardnadze and declaring an interim government as tens of thousands of supporters thronged the streets of the capital. Shevardnadze, backed by his head of police, declared a state of emergency...
Back-to-back car bombings kill 14 Iraqis (11/23/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Suicide car bombers struck two police stations north of the capital Saturday within half an hour, killing at least 12 Iraqi police and civilians and two attackers. Insurgents also hit a civilian cargo plane with a surface-to-air missile as it took off from Baghdad, a military official said...
Sprawling metropolis of Istanbul at crossroads of terror battle (11/23/03)
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- In poor, seaside neighborhoods of Istanbul, a city straddling Asia and Europe, men in blue jeans mix easily with others wearing headcoverings and long Islamic-style cloaks. Authorities believe al-Qaida activists or their sympathizers may have established themselves in these conservative areas and run a weeklong terror campaign that has killed 57 people and wounded hundreds more...
Central caps its state run with 4th (11/23/03)
FENTON, Mo. -- Central's boys soccer team finished its best season in history in fourth place of Class 3 after a 1-0 loss to Rockhurst in the third-place game Saturday at the Anheuser-Busch Center. The loss, which snapped Central's streak of 27 games without being shut out, dropped the Tigers to 26-2. Rockhurst, 23-5 and making its seventh straight final four appearance, took its second third-place trophy in the past three years...
Kansas State win seals a spot in Big 12 title game (11/23/03)
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Darren Sproles' last 10 carries went for just 24 yards. By then, though, the damage to Missouri's Big 12 North title aspirations was done. Sproles ran for a school-record 273 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 19 Kansas State clinched the division championship with a 24-14 victory over the Tigers on Saturday night...
Southeast's turnaround ends short of OVC title (11/23/03)
Southeast Missouri State University wasn't the only Ohio Valley Conference football team that entered Saturday's showdown having overcome a shaky start. Perhaps lost in the hype of the Indians' 0-5 beginning was the fact Jacksonville (Ala.) State started out 2-3 -- including an embarrassing home loss to Division II North Alabama...
Indians relish late run, OVC title chance (11/23/03)
Even though Southeast Missouri State University's Indians fell short of their first-ever Ohio Valley Conference title and playoff berth Saturday, no way were they about to label the season a failure. Not after overcoming an 0-5 start -- and a slew of injuries to key players -- to win five of their final seven games and put themselves in position to make school history...
Attendance was a letdown for historic battle (11/23/03)
Games don't get much better than Saturday's Ohio Valley Conference championship showdown at Houck Stadium. It's just a shame so few fans were on hand to witness the intense, hard-hitting battle between Southeast Missouri State University and visiting Jacksonville State...
Letter (11/23/03)
To the editor: I traveled to Warrensburg with my three children and husband to watch the state volleyball tournament. My husband, the athletic director at Notre Dame Regional High School, had to stay for the last game the team was going to play. Since it was late, I decided to return to the hotel...
FanSpeak (11/23/03)
A tough way to lose IF THE football and basketball teams at SEMO are the cornerstones of the athletic department as Don Kaverman said, how can the school attract more students if the basketball team loses to a Division II school? That is a humiliating loss for a Division I school, and losses like that will surely reduce enrollment...
Surviving family parties (11/23/03)
NEW YORK f you're dreading the next dinner that brings you face to face with your critical uncle, nagging grandmother or self-absorbed sibling, you're not alone. According to Leonard Felder, a Los Angeles-based psychologist who specializes in family situations, 70 percent of the people he's talked to have a relative who "drives them crazy."...
Modeling after Martha (11/23/03)
MOSCOW, Idaho -- Rural living is a little different on Mary Jane Butters' farm. Hens lay eggs. Workers fill bags of dried soup. Editors prepare the next edition of her magazine. Television producers call. Butters presides over the bustle, positioning herself to become the next Martha Stewart while the original maven of gracious living prepares for a January securities-fraud trial...
Mickey Mouse remains a symbol of American culture (11/23/03)
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Mickey Mouse arrived on the world's cultural stage 75 years ago as a scrawny but buoyant black-and-white product of the Jazz Age. He was a symbol of American pluck in his screen debut, "Steamboat Willie," on Nov. 18, 1928. The film at New York's Colony Theatre showed an irreverent rodent who takes Captain Pete's steamboat on a joyride and woos Minnie Mouse by making music on the bodies of various farm animals...
Network woes are familar story for Nielsen ratings (11/23/03)
NEW YORK -- Television's biggest mystery this season has nothing to do with what's on the air. Everyone in the industry is talking about it: Where have all the young viewers gone? Or have they gone anywhere at all? It's just another chapter in the TV's dysfunctional marriage to the Nielsen ratings, where breaking up would be more painful than staying together...
Writer develops new twist on popular theme (11/23/03)
NAPERVILLE, Ill.-- Jonathan Stroud stands before his young bookstore audience with colored markers and big pad of paper. He wants to know what they think a traditional magician looks like. "Tall, pointy hat," one girl says. "Long beard," says another...
Jerry Burton (11/23/03)
EAST CAPE GIRARDEAU, Ill. -- Jerry J. Burton, 38, of East Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born July 2, 1965, in Cairo, Ill., son of Fred and Donna Wilburn Burton. He married Pamela Lang...
Shirley Metcalf (11/23/03)
Shirley Metcalf, 67, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003, at Monticello House in Jackson. Arrangements are incomplete at this time with Amick-Burnett Funeral Home in Chaffee.
Dennis Crader (11/23/03)
BONNE TERRE, Mo. -- Dennis Crader, 81, of Bonne Terre died Friday, Nov. 21, 2003, at Des Peres Hospital. He was born April 3, 1922, in Lutesville, Mo., to the late Avery and Eva Bazziel Crader. He is survived by three sons, Wayne Crader, Larry Crader and Randy Crader, all of Bonne Terre; two daughters, Denise Scott and Kathleen Wyrosdick, both of Bonne Terre; one sister, Wilma Moore of Benton, Mo.; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren...
Charles Buttrey (11/23/03)
Charles Glen Buttrey Sr., 78, of Eagar, Ariz., died Thursday, Nov. 20, 2003. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements.
Mildred Reardon (11/23/03)
Mildred Jane Reardon, 84, of Jackson died Friday, Nov. 21, 2003. She was born Oct. 16, 1919, at Corinth, Miss, to the late James and Minnie Lee Chontes Utley. She married Patrick Reardon in March 1952. He preceded her in death Sept. 22, 1994. She was educated at the Mississippi School for the Deaf. ...
Amos Mowell (11/23/03)
Amos Mowell, 81, of Parkin, Ark., formerly of Dongola, Ill., died Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003, at Cross Ridge Community Hospital in Wynne, Ark. Arrangements are incomplete at Crain Funeral Home in Dongola.
Stephen Logan (11/23/03)
Stephen C. Logan, 60, of Jackson died Friday, Nov. 21, 2003, at his home. He was born Sept. 25, 1943, at Carbondale, Ill., son of Clarence I. and Mavis R. Hagler Logan. He and Audrey Loland-Poe were married July 17, 1982, at Jackson. Logan worked as a substance abuse counselor in Cape Girardeau, Charleston and Malden. He served in the U.S. Army from 1961 to 1965 in Korea and Vietnam. He also owned and operated the former Truman's Antiques in uptown Jackson...
Karl Probst (11/23/03)
Karl J. Probst, 97, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Aug. 21, 1906, at Patterson, N.J., son of Otto and Rosalie Kissling Probst. Probst graduated from Newark College of Engineering in New Jersey. He was a chemical engineer and also was involved in New Jersey real estate business. He was a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church...
Lorraine Caraker (11/23/03)
COBDEN, Ill. -- Lorraine Caraker, 85, of Cobden died Friday, Nov. 21, 2003, at Parkway Manor in Marion, Ill. She was born Nov. 5, 1918, at Anna, Ill., daughter of Louie L. and Mae F. Parker Sitter. She and William Glynn Caraker were married July 4, 1940, at Jackson. He died Feb. 19, 1997...
Births 11/23/03 (11/23/03)
Avery Son to Samantha Avery and Jeremy Terrell Guyton of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 7:14 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, 2003. Name, Jasean Tyrell. Weight, 4 pounds 3 ounces. First child. Ms. Avery is the daughter of Evelyn Steele and Sam Applewhite of Sikeston, Mo. Guyton is the son of Douglass Guyton and Carolyn Guyton of Caruthersville, Mo...
Pobst-Glueck (11/23/03)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Amy Suzanne Pobst and Brian Keith Glueck were married Sept. 27, 2003, at St. Maurus Catholic Church in Biehle, Mo. The Rev. Tony Datillo performed the ceremony. Lector was Virginia Harris of Chaffee, aunt and godmother of the bride. Organist was Betty Vandeven of Chaffee, and soloist was Jane Oehl of Oak Ridge...
Keller-Wilson (11/23/03)
Amber Victoria Keller and Donald Aaron Wilson were married Sept. 20, 2003, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Douglas Breite performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Ron Keller of Cape Girardeau, and the late Vicky Keller. The groom is the son of Don and Sharon Wilson of Wardell, Mo., and David and Rachel Webb of Caruthersville, Mo...
Beggs-Barnett (11/23/03)
BENTON, Mo. -- St. Denis Catholic Church was the setting June 7, 2003, for the wedding of Ashley Brooks Beggs and Keith Alan Barnett. The Rev. Normand Varone performed the ceremony. Organist was Michelle Scherer of Benton, and soloist was Heather DeWitt of Sikeston, Mo...
Rowe-Carr (11/23/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Pamela Marie Rowe and James Michael Carr were married July 19, 2003, at First Christian Church in Columbia, Mo. Dr. Kenneth Watson performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Tim and Karen Savage of Belton, Mo., and James and Theresa Rowe of Arnold, Mo. The groom is the son of Ed and Mary Ellen Carr of Sikeston...
Peters-LeGrand (11/23/03)
BENTON, Mo. -- Shannon Peters and Landon LeGrand were married Aug. 2, 2003, at St. Denis Catholic Church. The Rev. Normand Varone performed the ceremony. Lector was Stacy Forck. Organist was Dawn Dowd of Fenton, Mo. Vocalists were J.R. Bollinger of Nashville, Tenn., Tina Higdon of New Hamburg, Mo., and Kari Lape of Chaffee, Mo...
Ferrell-Calhoun (11/23/03)
Pat and Jerry Ferrell of Scott City announce the engagement of their daughter, Carrie Ann Ferrell, to Donald Jerrold Calhoun. He is the son of Susan and Allen Mote of Milner, Ga., and J.D. Calhoun of Alabama. Ferrell is a graduate of Jerseyville Community High School in Jerseyville, Ill. She is employed at Innovative Orthodontics...
Schumer-Evans (11/23/03)
Sheila Bishop of Perryville, Mo., announces the engagement of her daughter, Emily Kay Schumer of Cape Girardeau, to Ty Evans of Pisa, Italy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Evans of Morristown, N.J. Schumer received a bachelor of science degree in education from Southeast Missouri State University in 1999. She is a sixth grade science teacher at Sikeston Public Schools...
Bell-Coy (11/23/03)
William and Marilyn Bell of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Kate Bell, to Steven Wynn Coy. He is the son of Patricia Coy of New Richland, Minn., and the late Ron Coy. Bell is a 1992 graduate of Notre Dame High School. She received a master's of education in visual impairments and multiple disabilites from Vanderbilt Peabody College. She is a project coordinator with Project PAVE serving children with low vision...
Lawrences wed 50 years (11/23/03)
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence of St. Louis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 17, 2003, with a party hosted by their children. Lawrence and Jerry Crader were married Oct. 17, 1953, in Cape Girardeau, by the Rev. Thomas Messer. Their attendants were Pyrtle Seabaugh and Marilyn Lawrence. They moved from Cape Girardeau in 1959...
Police report 11/23 (11/23/03)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Nathan Way, 23, of 1181 Bertling, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Friday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Ricardo Sanacruz, 18, of 4654 Delor, St. Louis, Mo., was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated...
Fire report 11/23 (11/23/03)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded Saturday to the following items: At 1:25 a.m., alarm at 1000 N. Sprigg. At 3:18 a.m., extrication at Highway 74 and County Road 214. At 7:15 a.m., medical assist at 1000 Towers West. At 8:03 a.m., medical assist at 1625 N. Kingshighway...
Out of the past 11/23/03 (11/23/03)
10 years ago: Nov. 23, 1993 Cape Girardeau and Bollinger counties are among 14 counties Gov. Mel Carnahan is asking President Bill Clinton to designate disaster areas eligible for individual disaster assistance as result of flash flooding and severe storms that hit area two weeks ago...
Marriage diktat (11/23/03)
So four liberal judges in the only state liberal enough to vote for George McGovern 31 years ago can work a constitutional, social and cultural revolution on all of America. This is the practical meaning of last week's 4-3 vote by the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, effectively commanding the elected representatives of the people to do something no elected body anywhere in America has: Legalize marriages between people of the same sex...
Voting for incumbents (11/23/03)
As it happens from time to time, only incumbents are seeking to fill three vacancies on the Cape Girardeau City Council. But an election will be held anyway. Other governmental bodies, including school boards, have been exempted from holding elections when there are no races. Extending that option to cities would be just as sensible...
A stronger future (11/23/03)
Making significant budget cuts at a state university is no easy task. The process Southeast Missouri State University has just completed took months. It involved -- or at least offered opportunities for involvement -- everyone affiliated with the university: regents, administration, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community...
Reading paper online brings back memories (11/23/03)
To the editor: I don't get to read the Southeast Missourian online as often as I'd like, but I very much enjoy it when I do. It always brings back fond memories of my childhood there and delivering the paper in the mid 1940s in Red Star. ROYAL MOORE...
Event raises awareness of prematurity (11/23/03)
To the editor: On behalf of the March of Dimes, I would like to thank everyone who has supported our events in the past. Our most recent event was our Prematurity Day that was held Nov. 15 in front of Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse of Cape Girardeau. Our No. 1 goal was to raise awareness of prematurity since the numbers are the highest in the United States ever recorded. Today, one in eight babies will be born premature...
Fraternity rakes leaves; pledges will go far in life (11/23/03)
To the editor: Kudos to the pledges of Alphi Phi Omega fraternity at Southeast Missouri State University. A card was left on our door asking if we would like our lawn raked free of charge as a pledge services project. On Nov. 16, a wonderful bunch of young people arrived fully equipped with rakes, tarps and trash bags. With a lot of hard work, they did an excellent job. They even hauled all the leaves away...
Speak Out A 11/23/03 (11/23/03)
Football and philosophy THERE IS no distinction between philosophy and football, as Southeast Missouri State University's late, great philosophy teacher-football coach Jim Hamby demonstrated so well. Football mirrors all of the philosophical issues we face in life. Thus, SEMO is correct in its assumption that teaching philosophy in an academic setting is superfluous. If one doesn't play football and wants to learn philosophy, attend football practices and games...
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