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Bomb rumor connected to pork butt is just bad chemistry (10/28/04)
The rumor that a bomb recently exploded at a local Catholic school actually boils down to pork butts, dry ice and a student-instigated chemistry experiment gone awry, school officials say. Two weeks ago, a container of dry ice exploded in a restroom at Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau...
Postal facility named for Korean War hero (10/28/04)
Army medic Richard Wilson died 54 years ago trying to save the life of a wounded comrade in a barrage of gun and mortar fire in the Korean War. On Wednesday, federal officials and family members remembered Wilson as a hero at a ceremony renaming the U.S. Postal Service processing center in Cape Girardeau after the city's only Medal of Honor recipient...
Regents will decide Redhawks logo Friday (10/28/04)
The board of regents will decide on a new Redhawks logo Friday as Southeast Missouri State University looks to market its new nickname on T-shirts and other merchandise beginning in December. The university plans to start selling the new-logo merchandise at noon Dec. 8 in the University Center Ballroom...
Panel discusses role of religion in politics, court system (10/28/04)
The intensity of appeals to religious voters has been greater during this year's presidential election campaign than in years past but the appeals have always been present, said a four-member panel speaking during a panel discussion Wednesday at Dempster Hall's Glenn Auditorium on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University...
Humane Society plans treats, urges Halloween safety (10/28/04)
For a group of animal-loving people, Halloween will mean treats for dogs and cats as well as little trick-or-treating goblins and ghosts. The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri is throwing what director Chuck Stucker calls a "howling good time" at the shelter on Boutin Drive...
Community briefs 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Jackson residents to 'run around town' Main Street Family Fitness Center is sponsoring a Run Around Town beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday at Jackson City Park. The running and walking activity will send teams to various attractions in a 4-mile course based on clues at each location. T-shirts are available for a fee, though there is no cost to participate. For more information, call 243-2211...
Community cuisine 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Chaffee Boy Scouts plan chili supper Chaffee Boy Scout Troop 51 is having a chili supper from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the American Legion in Chaffee. Tickets can be purchased to participate in a costume contest at 4 p.m. Prizes will be given away with all proceeds benefiting Boy Scout Troop 51...
Community Q&A 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
n Name: Cindy Benton Schmoll Lives in: Cape Girardeau Family: Husband, John; three children, Laura, Chris (currently serving in Iraq) and Todd. I also have two great daughter-in-laws and eight perfect grandchildren. Job: Director, Horizons Enrichment Center, a day program for adults with disabilities...
Club news 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Oak Ridge FCE Jackie Retherford was hostess of the Oak Ridge FCE Club on Oct. 19. Marilyn Retherford gave the devotion "You are blessed." Billie Criddle, treasurer, reported members' dues, proceeds from an auction and fair booth winnings had been received...
Maiden voyage on the Mississippi (10/28/04)
As far as Pi Nuernberg knows, the name of her boat, the Gelsomina Von Ludmila, has no special significance. The 21-year-old college student says only her 14-foot aluminum Crestliner powered with a six-horsepower outboard motor knows the meaning behind its moniker...
Man honored for rehab success (10/28/04)
Rob Hicks, a former resident at Heartland Care and Rehab Center, will be honored for his courage demonstrated throughout his therapy due to a traumatic brain injury. At the upcoming Nov. 6 board of directors meeting of the Missouri Brain Injury Association in Columbia, Hicks' positive attitude in response to his changes in life caused by a car accident will be recognized...
Military digest 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Mungle deployed on Harry S. Truman Navy Seaman Tyler J. Mungle, son of Tina M. and Tracy J. Mungle of Sedgewickville, Mo., recently departed on a routine scheduled deployment in support of the global war on terrorism, while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, homeported in Norfolk, Va. Mungle joined the Navy in June 2003...
Southeast falls at Eastern Illinois (10/28/04)
The Southeast Missouri State University women's volleyball team won the opening game at Eastern Illinois on Wednesday but dropped the next three to the Ohio Valley Conference leader. The Panthers (20-4, 11-0 in the OVC) won 27-30, 30-23, 30-18, 30-22. Southeast (5-6 OVC) dropped to 6-15 overall...
Kinder emphasizes personal touch in lt. governor's race (10/28/04)
Editor's note: This is the last of two parts profiling the major party candidates for lieutenant governor. By Marc Powers ~ Southeast Missourian Walking around the courthouse square in the St. Clair County seat of Osceola, Senate President Pro Tem Peter Kinder is at ease...
Election 2004 Q&A - Scott County candidates (10/28/04)
Sheriff What do you think is the best way to continue paying for the new Scott County jail? Do you want to see the sales tax extended in 2008? Walter: I'd like to see it expire if at all possible. Instead of a tax extension, I want to look into allowing the federal government to house prisoners in the county jail, for which the county would be paid. ...
KC church celebrates its haunted history (10/28/04)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Leading members of St. Mary's Episcopal Church don't know if the building is truly haunted by a 19th Century priest. But hints of the truth echo when footsteps creak through their Gothic-style sanctuary and no one can be found...
Ebert, ex-CEO of newspaper trade criticism (10/28/04)
CHICAGO -- Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert dueled with Conrad Black, the ousted CEO of the paper's parent company, in a series of sharply worded letters published Wednesday in the newspaper's commentary section. Ebert said he felt betrayed by reports that the Canadian newspaper mogul used Hollinger profits for personal expenses while the Sun-Times building sat in disrepair and union employees threatened to strike over wages and benefits. ...
Investigators comb wreckage of plane crash in Springfield (10/28/04)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Federal investigators had found nothing Wednesday to explain why a small private plane crashed while approaching the airport here, killing two of the three men aboard. Pam Sullivan, senior air safety investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, cautioned the probe was in its early stages...
Giuliani stumps for Blunt's gubernatorial campaign (10/28/04)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Deflecting criticism that 33-year-old Matt Blunt is too inexperienced to be Missouri governor, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday his fellow Republican has more experience than Democratic vice presidential nominee John Edwards...
Alaska gas pipeline gaining momentum (10/28/04)
WASHINGTON -- A 3,500-mile pipeline to deliver natural gas from Alaska's North Slope to the fuel-hungry Midwest is suddenly more than a pipe dream. Congress has promised to cover 80 percent of the cost if the project goes bust -- and Alaska is thinking about owning part of it...
Nation briefs 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Seattle suspends use of pepper-spray pellet gun BOSTON -- At least one big-city police department has suspended use of pepper-spray pellet guns blamed for the death of a 21-year-old college student who was shot by police trying to break up a rowdy crowd of Red Sox fans last week. ...
Scientists call dwarf skeleton stunning (10/28/04)
In an astonishing discovery that could rewrite the history of human evolution, scientists say they have found the skeleton of a new human species, a dwarf, marooned for eons in a tropical Lost World while modern man rapidly colonized the rest of the planet...
Road to 270 electoral votes twists, turns in final days of race (10/28/04)
WASHINGTON -- The road to the White House is taking some strange and sharp turns as tightening polls and pressure from party stalwarts force the presidential campaigns to adjust their strategies. In a flurry of homestretch activity, former President Clinton was giving satellite interviews to television stations in reliably Democratic Hawaii to shore up Sen. John Kerry's campaign Wednesday, and President Bush poured last-minute money into the Northeast to keep Democrats at bay in New Hampshire...
National tomato shortage spurred by western rains (10/28/04)
LOS ANGELES -- A nationwide tomato shortage brought on by Florida's rash of hurricanes and a nagging pest in Mexico is being made worse by a bruised and rotting harvest in California. Two to three inches of rain have brought picking to a standstill for more than a week, dropping production by nearly 40 percent for the normally busy October. The month is a crossover one for the nation's top two tomato producers, with California dominating the market June through October and Florida vice versa...
Early voters flock to beat Election Day rush (10/28/04)
WASHNGTON -- Early voters are casting ballots at a runaway pace in Arizona's biggest county. They've exhausted absentee ballots in some towns in Maine. They're far outpacing 2000 in Florida hot spots. With 32 states now offering some form of early voting, an AP/Ipsos poll taken last weekend found 11 percent of voters across the United States already had cast ballots, and another 11 percent intended to beat the Election-Day rush as well. ...
Judge defends party for prisoner (10/28/04)
DALLAS -- A judge who welcomed a former fugitive back to her courtroom with balloons, streamers and a cake defended her actions Wednesday, saying that getting a killer and abuser of women off the streets is reason to celebrate. Judge Faith Johnson threw the party Monday upon sentencing 53-year-old Billy Wayne Williams to life in prison...
Nigerian woman appeals stoning sentence (10/28/04)
DASS, Nigeria -- Attorneys for a woman sentenced to death by stoning for allegedly committing adultery asked an Islamic court in northern Nigeria on Wednesday to overturn the verdict, and the judge said he would issue a ruling in two weeks. Hajara Ibrahim's lawyers appealed the sentence at the Upper Shariah Court in the rural town of Dass, 25 miles south of the state capital, Bauchi...
Thai leader defends riot deaths (10/28/04)
PATTANI, Thailand -- Facing harsh denunciation from Islamic leaders across Southeast Asia, Thailand's prime minister defended his security forces Wednesday in the deaths of 78 young Muslims in army custody, maintaining troops used a "soft approach" in quelling a riot...
Boy found alive two days after earthquakes in Japan (10/28/04)
TOKYO -- In a dramatic rescue shown on live TV, a 2-year-old boy was pulled out alive Tuesday after four days trapped inside his family's minivan, buried by an earthquake-induced landslide. The joy was muted, however, by news that rescuers were unable to save Yuta Minagawa's mother, and the fate of his 3-year-old sister looked increasingly grim...
OPEC asks U.S. to use oil reserves (10/28/04)
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has asked the United States to use its strategic petroleum reserves to help reduce oil prices, the cartel's president said Wednesday. Purnomo Yusgiantoro, who is also Indonesia's mines and energy minister, said OPEC would discuss the issue further with the United States. He didn't say whether Washington had responded to the request...
Military moves hint at showdown (10/28/04)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- An uptick in airstrikes and other military moves point to an imminent showdown between U.S. forces and Sunni Muslim insurgents west of Baghdad -- a decisive battle that could determine whether the campaign to bring democracy and stability to Iraq can succeed...
World briefs 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
EU leader withdraws names of executive team STRASBOURG, France -- Incoming European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso withdrew his proposed 24-member executive team from consideration by the European Parliament on Wednesday, realizing he faced an unprecedented rejection. ...
Arafat's collapse leads to questions of his successor (10/28/04)
JERUSALEM -- An ailing Yasser Arafat collapsed Wednesday night, was unconscious for about 10 minutes and remained in a serious condition. A team of Jordanian doctors was urgently summoned to treat the ailing Palestinian leader, whose wife headed to her husband's side from Paris...
Tigers, Zizzers battle for lead (10/28/04)
Central entered its district opener at home against Poplar Bluff with a 1-6 record and was coming off its worst offensive performance under coach Lawrence Brookins in a 27-0 loss to Fort Zumwalt North. The Tigers (2-6) showed they were not ready to let go of their four-year reign as district champions just yet, though, recovering for a convincing 27-7 win to start 1-0 in Class 4 District 1 play...
Weekly Spotlight--Kelly Essner (10/28/04)
KELLY ESSNER n School: Kelly Class: Senior Sport: Softball Accomplishment: Essner, a shortstop and pitcher, committed no errors this year at either position. She was 10-3 on the mound with a 0.68 ERA and 105 strikeouts in 72.1 innings, allowing only seven runs. At the plate, she hit .273 with 14 RBI, including the go-ahead RBI in Friday's Class 2 state semifinal game. She also scored the winning run in a 1-0 victory Saturday against Bishop LeBlond that gave the Hawks the state crown...
Central blanks Jackson (10/28/04)
The Central boys soccer team will enter the district tournament without a loss to a district opponent after ending its regular season with a 3-0 victory at rival Jackson on Wednesday night. The Tigers (15-9) scored a pair of goals within two minutes in the opening half. Tyson Whiteside scored midway through the first half from Lance Altenthal. Altenthal answered two minutes later on a goal from Ryan Ponder...
Friday's football games 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Jackson (6-2) at Eureka (8-0), 7 p.m. n Last week: Rockwood Summit 34, Jackson 14; Eureka 44, Seckman 0 Last year's meeting: did not play Notes: Jackson had some costly turnovers against Rockwood Summit which put the Indians in a hole in district play. ...
Nebraska defense gears up for Smith (10/28/04)
LINCOLN, Neb. -- A week after Kansas State backup Allen Webb wreaked havoc against Nebraska, the Cornhuskers face the task of defending one of the most prolific quarterbacks in Big 12 history in Missouri's Brad Smith. Smith's playing style has changed -- he's been more of a pocket passer this season -- but he is as dangerous as ever, the Huskers say...
Cardinals' Series performance was forgettable (10/28/04)
ST. LOUIS -- The sign at Busch Stadium pleaded: "Will the real Cardinals report and play?" The answer in Game 4, just as in the first three games, was emphatic: No! The team that led the major leagues with 105 victories and had the National League's best offense and second-best pitching staff, fell flat on its face in the World Series in a stunning sweep by the Boston Red Sox. ...
Red Sox win their first World Series since 1918; Ramirez MVP (10/28/04)
ST. LOUIS -- The Boston Red Sox -- yes, the Boston Red Sox -- are World Series champions at long, long last. No more curse and no doubt about it. Ridiculed and reviled through decades of defeat, the Red Sox didn't just beat the St. Louis Cardinals, owners of the best record in baseball, they swept them for their first crown since 1918...
It's a Cardinal nation, indeed (10/28/04)
ST. LOUIS -- On a clear summer night, a trucker can pass through West Virginia or a small boy can cradle a transistor radio beneath the blankets in Oklahoma and hear Mike Shannon pleading to the baseball, "Get up, baby! Get up! Get up! Home run Cardinals!"...
St. Louis has come up short in title meetings with Boston (10/28/04)
ST. LOUIS -- On the verge of ridding themselves of "The Curse," Boston's Red Sox chased their first World Series title in 86 years. And many St. Louis fans were muttering curses of their own, lamenting just another season in which a Beantown team sought to snatch away another title...
A nearly perfect season for Mets (10/28/04)
The Mets wrapped up a near-perfect season in the SEMO Fall Baseball League for 15- to 18-year-old boys on Sunday by claiming the championship in the postseason tournament at Jackson's American Legion Field. The Mets, who finished 10-1 during the regular season, was unscathed in the double-elimination tournament. The Mets beat the regular-season runner-up Orioles 6-4 in the final round...
Area sports calendar 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Basketball Youth league: The Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department will offer a Girls Youth Basketball League for those in grades 3-12. The league will play in three divisions on Saturdays from Jan. 8 to mid-March. An informational meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at Osage Community Centre. Info: Amy Roth, 334-2859...
America's weight problem - Taller and heavier (10/28/04)
WASHINGTON Americans are getting a little taller and a lot fatter. xxxxx Adults are roughly an inch taller than they were in the early 1960s, on average, and nearly 25 pounds heavier, the government reported Wednesday. The nation's expanding waistline has been well documented, though Wednesday's report is the first to quantify it based on how many pounds the average person is carrying...
Health calendar 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Today Newborn massage seminar from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Generations Family Resource Center at Southeast Missouri Hospital. For information on the course, call 651-5825. Seeds of Hope grief support group meets from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the Saint Clare Conference Room at Saint Francis Medical Center. The group also meets at 6 p.m. for an evening session. For information, phone Bonnie McCulley at 331-5118...
Shaking family tree to find disease risk (10/28/04)
My father always said he married my mother because she checked out as the best brood mare in the field. He was a physician as well as a horse breeder, so perhaps he can be forgiven for his rather harsh sounding views on choosing a mate. My mother evidently did...
Gods and samurai of baseball (10/28/04)
Oct. 28, 2004 Dear Leslie, The last time the Cardinals took the Red Sox in the World Series, I was in high school and World Series games were still played in the afternoon -- when they were meant to be. In gym class we watched the Series because the coaches wanted to as badly as we did...
CNN rents Nasdaq headquarters for election coverage (10/28/04)
People who tune into CNN on Election Night will face a blizzard of numbers. Renting the Nasdaq headquarters for its coverage, CNN will put Wolf Blitzer before 72 TV screens able to display vote counts from all 50 states simultaneously, blinking with changes like telethon tote boards...
Business briefs 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Number of working immigrants up, native-born down WASHINGTON -- The number of adult immigrants holding a job has grown by more than 2 million since 2000, while the number of employed native-born Americans fell by nearly a half-million, according to a study released Wednesday by a group that favors stricter immigration controls. ...
Emigean Thomas (10/28/04)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Myra Emigean Thomas, 86, of Marble Hill died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at Elder Care of Marble Hill. She was born Feb. 20, 1918, at Zalma, Mo., daughter of Walter C. and Esther Bollinger Gray. She and Fred Leon Thomas were married May 30, 1941, in Cape Girardeau...
Leonard Bridges (10/28/04)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Leonard Ferrin Bridges, 77, of Tamms died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at his home. He was born Jan. 11, 1927, in Elco, Ill., son of Clarence Edward and Ruby Marie West Bridges. He and Wilma Dodd were married at Tamms. Bridges was a retired truck driver and had worked for Roadway, Midwest Haulers, Sam Tanksley and Ohio Pacific. He was a member and trustee of Elco Baptist Church and member of Pulaski County VFW Post 8891 of Mounds, Ill...
Gary Moore (10/28/04)
Gary Losin Moore, 52, of Indianapolis, Ind., died Monday, Oct. 25, 2004, at Freedom Home in Indianapolis. He was born June 2, 1952, in Cape Girardeau, son of Joseph Losin and Vera Geneva Simmons Moore. Moore served in the U.S. Navy from Nov. 26, 1969, to Oct. 13, 1971...
John Martin (10/28/04)
John Stewart Benjamin "Papa" Martin III, 64, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 22, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born March 14, 1940, in Pittsburgh, Pa., son of John Stewart and Helen Baker Martin. He married Zoia Ava Watkins. Martin moved to Cape Girardeau in 1978, and was a member of Second Missionary Baptist Church. He was formerly of Pulaski, Ill...
Curt Meinz (10/28/04)
Curt J. Meinz, 83, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Nov. 12, 1920, at Altenburg, Mo., son of Alfred C. and Theresa Hunt Meinz. He and Wilma E. Mangels were married Dec. 5, 1943. She died March 2, 2003...
Cleo Bain (10/28/04)
Cleo Neville "Ick" Bain, 95, of Scott City died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, at his home. He was born Jan. 3, 1909, in Advance, Mo., son of Jessie Cleveland and Mary Francis "Fanny" Thorpe Bain. He and Audrey Rama Benner were married Oct. 26, 1942, in St. Louis. She died Nov. 25, 1997...
Births 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Schaupert Son to Timothy and Renee Schaupert of Macon, Mo., Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, Mo., 8:15 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, 2004. Name, Brandon Michael. Weight, 6 pounds 3 ounces. First child. Mrs. Schaupert is the former Renee Schlichting, daughter of Roger and Chris Schlichting of Frohna, Mo. She is a secretary at Utility Services Association. Schaupert is the son of Calvin "Kelly" and Shirlene Schaupert of Perryville, Mo. He is a teacher at Macon School District...
Cape police report 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Wednesday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs James Lee Zimmer, no age given, 1409 Sylvan Lane, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Gail Ann Miller, 49, 120 N. Sprigg St., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated...
Cape fire report 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items on Tuesday: At 5:22 p.m., a transformer struck by lightning at 2240 S. Mount Auburn Road. At 6:54 p.m., emergency medical service in the 2400 block of Veterans' Memorial Drive. At 10:03 p.m., emergency medical service in the 200 block of Mill Street...
Out of the past 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
25 years ago: Oct. 28, 1979 Over 850 exotic animals and at least 1,200 rare birds have new homes at the conclusion of a 14-hour auction at 5-H Ranch, north of Cape Girardeau; more than $400,000 changes hands. ELCO, Ill. - The 100th anniversary of the Elco United Methodist Church is observed; a dinner follows the morning worship service; guest speaker is Dr. Boyd Waggoner, district superintendent for the Carbondale District...
Correction 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Deputy Joseph McAtee, Democratic candidate for sheriff in Perry County, was incorrectly identified in a story about the sheriff's race in Tuesday's edition. McAtee also said the story gave the wrong reason why he was running for sheriff. McAtee said he is running "to restore the community's respect and confidence in county law enforcement." The Southeast Missourian regrets the error...
Voting for judges (10/28/04)
The Kansas City Star Missouri is fortunate to have a good system for appointing and retaining statewide judges. By keeping the process nonpartisan, the state has avoided the spectacle of judicial candidates raising money and attacking one another on television...
October's 'surprise' (10/28/04)
Investors' Business Daily Both the Kerry camp and its big-media arm warned of an October surprise. But they didn't say that they -- and not Bush's operatives -- would be behind it. The "surprise"? The New York Times reported Monday that U.S. troops allowed 380 tons of explosives to be looted from a military site in Iraq during the first days of the war...
The late hit (10/28/04)
Well, here we are in the land of the Late Hit. John Kerry has seized on a New York Times /"60 Minutes" report about 380 missing tons of high explosives in Iraq and the administration's supposed dereliction in failing to secure them. It's hard to fault the Times for pursuing the story aggressively. In an official document sent to a U.N. agency two weeks ago, the Iraqi interim government said the explosives had disappeared during the looting that followed Saddam Hussein's fall in April 2003...
Concrete history (10/28/04)
The old Mississippi River bridge at Cape Girardeau has disappeared over the past few months in deafening and dramatic explosions that sent huge steel spans crashing into the current. The underwater detonations that more recently are eliminating the concrete piers have made much less of an aural and visual display, but they are the final strokes toward erasing the old bridge from the landscape almost entirely and bringing the grandeur of the new Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge more into view...
Good schools benefit everyone (10/28/04)
To the editor: The Jackson School District bond vote Tuesday is such an important issue for our children, grandchildren and community that I hope district voters will take the time to vote yes for our schools. My dad was the WPA foreman when the football stadium was built in 1938. ...
Music program would benefit (10/28/04)
To the editor: I have been a band director for the Jackson School District for the past 20 years. I know our community takes great pride in our music programs, which are some of the finest in the state, and our music instructors take great pride in our excellent students and community...
Students deserve space (10/28/04)
To the editor: "Miss Cracraft, can I do a presentation to show some of the elements of the layout program to the newer journalism students?" A teacher might correct a student's grammar at that request, suggesting "may" instead of "can" and then moving on to give assent to this awesome request. ...
Speak Out 10/28/04 (10/28/04)
Closer schools THE SIZE of the school isn't the problem in Jackson. Its the size of the district. Kids at the city limit of Cape Girardeau are going to Jackson. Kids from Pocahontas go to Jackson. They should be sent to closer schools. This would help alleviate the overcrowding...
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