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Stories from Tuesday, April 5, 2005

Cape woman recalls pope's blessing (04/05/05)
Five years ago Erin Oberhaus, 21, was blessed by Pope John Paul II during his visit to St. Louis. This week, she mourns his passing and celebrates his life. Oberhaus said she knew the pope had suffered and was probably ready to greet death. "It's a blessing in disguise." He had been ill so long that he probably welcomed the relief death brought, she said. The 84-year-old pontiff had Parkinson's disease, which is a degenerative nerve disorder that causes tremors...
Pending highway bill aids Missouri with additional $1 billion (04/05/05)
The road to better highways and transportation is full of roadblocks, detours and orange barrels. But if the federal transportation bill is authorized this summer, U.S. Sen. Kit Bond said there will be an additional $1 billion in new highway funds for Missouri...
Theater group pulls out stops for 'Guys and Dolls' (04/05/05)
When the curtain rises on Southeast Missouri State University's production of the classic musical "Guys and Dolls," it's obvious the university's theater department has gone all out. The department says this is the biggest production in its history in terms of people and resources, and it shows...
Fire in restaurant's kitchen sends clientele scurrying (04/05/05)
An early evening fire created a scare at a downtown Cape Girardeau restaurant Monday but was stopped before any serious damage could occur. At around 6:30 p.m., Cape Girardeau firefighters responded to the Buckner Brewing Co after reports of a fire in the kitchen area. The blaze started in the vent above Buckner's grill and caused fire damage in the kitchen exhaust along with minimal smoke damage throughout the building, said assistant fire chief Mark Hasheider...
State OKs new Cape long-term care hospital (04/05/05)
A new long-term health-care facility cleared a big hurdle Monday when the state issued a certificate of need, declaring that the 30-bed, acute-care hospital is warranted in the Cape Girardeau area. The Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee voted unanimously Monday in Jefferson City to approve a certificate of need for Landmark Hospital of Cape Girardeau, a $5 million facility that is proposed for 3255 Independence St...
Cape police looking for suspect in armed robbery (04/05/05)
Cape Girardeau police are still looking for a suspect in connection with an armed robbery Monday morning, when they say a man in a black hooded sweat shirt armed with a knife demanded money at a local payday loan business. Police Sgt. Rick Schmidt said the suspect -- described as a man about 5 feet 7 inches tall -- entered MoPay at 125 S. Broadview, Suite 2, at about 9:14 a.m. and left with an undisclosed amount of money. The clerk at MoPay declined comment...
Panel hears bill to shut courts out of state education funding (04/05/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Controversial legislation to strip Missouri courts of jurisdiction to hear lawsuits related to education funding garnered surprisingly little attention before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday. State Sen. Matt Bartle, R-Lee's Summit, wants to put a proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot that would make education funding decisions the exclusive province of the governor and legislature. ...
Committee studies uniform administrative law standards (04/05/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Administrative law judges, who are scattered among dozens of state government agencies, would be consolidated under one roof under legislation a Senate committee considered Monday. State Sen. John Louden, R-Ballwin, said the myriad agencies that employ administrative judges to hear disputes related to executive branch regulations currently have vastly different standards and procedures. ...
Council asks task force to revisit proposed pet law changes (04/05/05)
Cape Girardeau residents would be able to keep up to six dogs or eight cats but would be barred from keeping farm animals inside the city limits under revisions to the pet law presented to the city council Monday night. But council members said they were reluctant to allow pet owners to keep six dogs. The council asked the animal control task force to reconsider that proposal as well as the one dealing with farm animals...
Learning briefs 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
Area students receive President's scholarships; President's Plus scholarships awarded ; Area students receive Regents' scholarships; Students receive state leadership awards
Difficult lesson - Life is not a popularity contest (04/05/05)
During a recent trip to an elementary school for Hi-Step, I was troubled by a conversation I overheard from two fourth-grade girls. Hi-Step is a Jackson High School organization that travels to elementary schools to perform skits, sing and talk to the students. Basically, our main goal is to be a good influence on them...
Spring forward, fall back (04/05/05)
Editor's note: Erick Harris, a graduate of Central High School in Cape Girardeau, is spending a semester in London for an internship in Parliament and is writing about his experiences. By Erick Harris For the last few months I have had the wonderful experience of living and working in London. However, as I have gotten more accustomed to this new environment, more things have been added to my daily schedule...
Jackson officials select street plan for settlement money (04/05/05)
The Jackson Board of Aldermen Monday night approved a list of concrete streets it plans to repair with the first year's worth of road and bridge tax revenue from Cape Girardeau County. The streets include: Greensferry, Nellie, Bunker, Lakewood, Bainbridge, Sioux, Pawnee, East Main, West Adams, Normandy Lane, Sue, Rebecca, North, Mulberry, Wedgewood, Old Cape, South Shawnee, Shady, Leming, Broadridge, Oak, Briarwood, Clark, Sycamore, Ridge, Litz, Corinne, Apache, Lee, West Jefferson, East, Greenleaf and Drew.. ...
Redhawks face SLU, Missouri in next two games (04/05/05)
Southeast Missouri State will face teams having completely different kinds of seasons over the next two days as the reeling Redhawks take a mid-week break from Ohio Valley Conference play. Today at 3 p.m., the Redhawks (9-16) visit St. Louis University (4-20). Then Wednesday at 6 p.m., the University of Missouri (23-5), ranked 23rd in the latest Baseball America Top 25 poll, comes to Capaha Field for Bluff City Beer Night as free food and beverages will be available...
Issues on today's ballot (04/05/05)
Approval of school bonds in Jackson and Benton, Mo., creation of a water district and elimination of a road district in Scott County, a new government in McClure, Ill., and school board and city council representation across the area are among the choices facing area voters at the polls today...
Chaffee teenager drowns in farm pond near Kelso (04/05/05)
KELSO, Mo. -- Thirteen-year-old Brandon Sandvos was an outdoorsman in the making. He loved to fish, hunt deer with his dad and ride his four-wheeler in Scott County's scenic countryside. The Chaffee teenager drowned Sunday in a private pond near Kelso while trying to retrieve a paddle during a day of fishing with a friend...
Combining God and academics (04/05/05)
Walking through the front doors of Notre Dame Regional High School, it's clear you're not just entering a place of learning. There's a large wooden cross in the center of the floor and "Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts" painted on a wall. Above the doors, a banner proclaims "Knowledge is Power."...
School bus rolls into fuel pump, starting fire (04/05/05)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- A school bus and pump island were damaged in a brief fire at a Chaffee gas station on Monday. According to police chief Jeff Womack, a Head Start bus driver pulled into the Rhodes 101 at Highway 77 and Route A at about 2 p.m. When the driver went inside, the bus rolled into a gas pump, starting a fire. ...
Cape Girardeau City Council action 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
* Recognized John Wyman for allowing the city at one time to use a building on Good Hope Street as a police substation....
Suspect in Texas hunt could be back north (04/05/05)
Local authorities are once again on the lookout for the fugitive Billy McGee after a Jeep stolen from Texas was found in Paducah, Ky. McGee, 44, of Blodgett, Mo. -- original police reports indicated he was from Zalma, Mo. -- has led Texas authorities on a manhunt since he and Josh Rogers, 19, allegedly fired at police in Silsbee, Texas, killing several police dogs, on March 25...
Remembering John Paul II (04/05/05)
As the world mourns the loss of Pope John Paul II, The Southeast Missourian would like to know how our readers feel. What do readers think about Pope John Paul II's death and legacy? How will he be remembered? Why? We are collecting 100-word essays from people who want to comment about the pontiff's impact on their faith, the church and the world...
Driver's license offices close without required notice (04/05/05)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Some Missourians wanting to renew their driver's license may find their local license office has closed. Several license offices run by appointees of former Gov. Bob Holden have shut their doors without giving the state's Department of Revenue the required 30-day notice, said department spokeswoman Maura Browning. The closures come as Gov. Matt Blunt appoints new individuals to run the license offices...
Bush meets with Ukraine's Yushchenko (04/05/05)
WASHINGTON -- The United States supports expanding NATO to include Ukraine, a former Soviet republic now trying to loosen historic ties to Russia, but membership in the Western alliance is not guaranteed, President Bush said Monday. "There is a way forward in order to become a partner of the United States and other nations in NATO," Bush said during a joint news conference with Viktor Yushchenko, the populist politician whose Orange Revolution forced out Ukraine's pro-Russian government last year.. ...
High court rules creditors can't touch people's IRAs (04/05/05)
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court gave bankrupt Americans another layer of financial protection Monday, ruling that creditors cannot seize their Individual Retirement Accounts. The unanimous decision shields a nest egg relied upon by millions of people. The justices said IRAs should join pensions, 401(k)s, Social Security and other benefits tied to age, illness or disability that are afforded protection under federal bankruptcy law...
Study tries video game to help children lose weight (04/05/05)
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Like many other 11-year-old boys, K.D. Jones loves sports. But at 5 feet, 175 pounds, he found his weight and his asthma an obstacle. His doctor wanted him to lose 50 pounds, and he is hoping a new health study using a video dance game will help him get down to 125 by the end of summer in time to play football...
Lovett takes COO post at Charter cable (04/05/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Charter Communications Inc. -- the nation's third-largest cable television provider -- said Monday it has promoted its executive vice president of operations and customer care to chief operating officer. Michael Lovett, 43, succeeds Maggie Bellville, who left the company in September after serving as COO since David Barford's December 2002 firing in connection with an accounting scandal...
Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal win Pulitzers (04/05/05)
NEW YORK -- The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal captured two Pulitzer Prizes apiece Monday, with the Times winning the public service award for exposing racial injustice at an inner-city hospital and the Journal cited for its incisive stories about the plight of cancer survivors...
U.S. - EU not ready to give up key launch aid in Airbus spat (04/05/05)
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- The European Union is not serious enough about negotiations over aircraft subsidies and is leaving Washington with few choices other than taking the dispute to the World Trade Organization, U.S. deputy secretary of state Robert Zoellick said Monday...
Crude futures top $58 a barrel (04/05/05)
Oil prices briefly climbed to record territory above $58 a barrel Monday, as concerns about growing demand and potential supply disruptions once again overshadowed improving crude inventories. "I've been doing this for 22 years and I've never seen anything like this," said oil analyst Ken Miller at Purvin & Gertz in Houston. "I view this as a very unstable situation."...
ChevronTexaco buying rival Unocal (04/05/05)
SAN RAMON, Calif. -- ChevronTexaco Corp., the nation's second largest oil company, is buying smaller rival Unocal Corp. for about $16.4 billion, hoping to further elevate its already surging profits by boosting its oil and natural gas supplies in Asia...
Carrying a tune (04/05/05)
WASHINGTON College junior Kyle Taylor is downloading hundreds of songs by No Doubt, Bruce Springsteen and others onto the Compaq laptop in his cramped dormitory room. With a few more clicks of his mouse, Taylor is watching commercial-free "Seinfeld" episodes on his computer. In just minutes, he then downloads the entire movie "A League of Their Own."...
Behind the demotion of Sony's electronics wizard (04/05/05)
TOKYO -- Ken Kutaragi, whose name is often paired with "geek" and "genius," seemed to many a logical choice to take Sony Corp.'s helm as it struggles to turn around its stumbling electronics business. He is, after all, known as "Father of the PlayStation" for siring the industry's most popular video game console...
Pilgrims pack basilica as pope's body is put on public display (04/05/05)
Falling silent, whispering the rosary and clasping their hands, tens of thousands of pilgrims paid their final respects to Pope John Paul II on Monday after his body was carried on a crimson platform to St. Peter's Basilica. Incense wafted through the church where he will be laid to rest Friday in an ancient grotto holding the remains of popes through the ages, immediately after a funeral to be attended under heavy security by President Bush and dozens of other world leaders...
World digest 04/05/05 (04/05/05)
Saudi forces kill seven militants in shootout; Kyrgyz president signs agreement to resign; Austria's ex-right-wing leader creates new party; Israeli settlers agree to discuss withdrawal
John Paul one who could joke and shed the regal traditions (04/05/05)
VATICAN CITY -- I was on a plane, unshaven, bedraggled, wearing a creased safari jacket still damp from a monsoon in the Seychelles. So I thought I should apologize to Pope John Paul II before joining him for dinner, duly explaining that these were my "working clothes."...
Prisoners clash with guards at detention facility in Iraq (04/05/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Prisoners at Iraq's largest detention facility protested the transfer of several detainees deemed "unruly" by authorities, throwing rocks and setting tents on fire in a disturbance that injured four guards and 12 detainees, the military said Monday...
Sikeston beats ND with new faces (04/05/05)
Derek James ~ Standard Democrat SIKESTON -- The Sikeston Bulldogs may not have the dominant pitching and the big name sluggers that they've had the past few years, but that hasn't changed their winning ways. Despite the graduation of five starters, including All-American Blake DeWitt and two Division I signees, the Bulldogs have now raced out to a 4-0 start after Monday's 7-2 win against Notre Dame at VFW Stadium...
Area's best will be on display at B.A. Sports extravaganza (04/05/05)
The annual event will take place Friday and Saturday in Poplar Bluff. The third annual B.A. Sports All-Star Extravaganza will take place Friday and Saturday at the Bess Activity Center on the campus of Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff...
ND girls hand first loss to JHS (04/05/05)
Notre Dame's girls soccer team nearly let a 4-0 second-half lead slip away in a 4-3 home victory Monday, as the Bulldogs tagged Jackson with its first loss of the season. Lauren Mehner got the scoring started for the Bulldogs (2-2-1) with a header off a Meridith Medlin corner kick in the first half. Kaitlyn Scheeter made it 2-0 with a goal off another Medlin corner. Medlin assisted on yet another goal, hooking up with Destiny Dirnberger to make it 3-0 at halftime...
Baylor, Michigan St. look to finalize their renovation projects (04/05/05)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Steffanie Blackmon saw a challenge at Baylor and jumped at it. Kristin Haynie was told she could win championships at Michigan State and believed it. Each took a chance at a struggling program with the goal of making a difference. Just look where they are now: Tonight, one of them will leave the RCA Dome as part of a national championship team...
38 minor leaguers suspended for steroids (04/05/05)
SEATTLE -- Seattle's Damian Moss and Ryan Christianson were among 38 players suspended Monday for violating baseball's minor league steroids policy, a group that included eight players from the Mariners' organization. "We're obviously very disappointed and not happy about it at all," Seattle general manager Bill Bavasi said after the Mariners beat Minnesota 5-1. "On the other side of the coin, we're like everybody else. We want this cleaned up."...
North Carolina holds off pesky Illinois 75-70 (04/05/05)
ST. LOUIS -- Of course, there was no way it was going to be easy. North Carolina did it, though, and now it's time to stop asking Roy Williams that doggone question. Sean May had 26 points and the Tar Heels didn't allow a basket over the final, excruciating 2 1/2 minutes Monday night to defeat Illinois 75-70, a win that finally gave Williams the national championship that was missing from his otherwise stellar 17-year career...
Redbirds begin NL title defense, opens season against Astros (04/05/05)
HOUSTON -- Following an improbable World Series sweep by the Boston Red Sox, the St. Louis Cardinals quickly went from NL champions to historical footnote. That feeble finish overshadowed a season in which St. Louis won a major league-best 105 games and rallied to beat the Houston Astros in a classic seven-game NL championship series...
Mickelson wins five-man playoff at BellSouth (04/05/05)
DULUTH, Ga. -- Phil Mickelson made a 13-foot birdie putt on the fourth playoff hole Monday to win the BellSouth Classic over Rich Beem and give the defending Masters champion momentum heading to Augusta. Mickelson, Jose Maria Olazabal, Beem, Brandt Jobe and Arjun Atwal tied at 8-under 208 after the final round in the rain-shortened 54-hole tournament to set up the five-man playoff...
N. Carolina's May leads the charge (04/05/05)
The Tar Heel became the second in his family to win a national championship. By Keith Parsons The Associate dPress ST. LOUIS -- Sean May no longer needs to carry around that old videotape of his father's national championship game. Now he has one of his own...
Sports briefs 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
Baseball...
Store opens up family wallet (04/05/05)
Store openings are big-time entertainment in Cape Girardeau. Even a so-called "soft" opening gets the shoppers excited. That's the way it was Sunday when Cape Girardeau's newest department store opened. My family had to go gawk at the merchandise. So did several of our friends...
Mary Dixon (04/05/05)
ANNA, Ill. -- Mary E. Dixon, 81, of Anna died Sunday, April 3, 2005, at Jonesboro Healthcare Center. She was born March 11, 1924, in Kittery, Maine, daughter of Frank and Florence Tice Mullen. She married Alfred Dixon on Jan. 3, 1947, in Lowell, Maine. He preceded her in death on April 22, 1978...
Anna Quade (04/05/05)
Anna Lee Quade, 78, of Burfordville died Monday, April 4, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete with McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson.
Virginia L. Sides (04/05/05)
CARROLLTON, Mo. -- A graveside funeral was held Monday for Virginia L. Sides, 70, of Carrollton. Burial was in Carroll Memory Gardens in Carrollton. She was born on May 27, 1934, in Millersville, daughter of Cornelius and Sara Ellen Welker Hahn. She married Larry Dean Sides on Sept. 17, 1954, in Burfordville. He preceded her in death on Jan. 23, 1999...
Mary Summers (04/05/05)
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Mary Helen Summers, 73, of Fayetteville died Saturday, April 2, 2005, at Washington Regional Medical Center. She was born on June 7, 1931, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Willice J. and Lorraine H. Higginson Pledger. She married the Rev. John D. Summers...
Carl Wallman (04/05/05)
Carl Wallman, 64, of Jackson died Monday, April 4, 2005, at his home. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson.
Betty Springer (04/05/05)
Betty Mitchell Hallenbeck Springer, 86, of Cape Girardeau, died Monday, April 4, 2005, at the Chateau Girardeau Health Center. She was born on Nov. 7, 1918, in Meridian, Miss., to Sallie Lewis Hallenbeck Chancellor and Harry Edison Hallenbeck. She and Willis Andrew Springer were married on Aug. 24, 1940, in Puerto Barrios, Honduras. Willis passed away on Dec. 28, 1992...
Brandon Sandvos (04/05/05)
NEW HAMBURG, Mo. -- Our beloved Brandon David Sandvos, 13, was called to be with his Lord on April 3, 2005, on a beautiful fishing day while doing something that he loved. His love for the outdoors was exhibited every day of his short life. Whether it was deer hunting with his Dad, riding his four-wheeler, fishing with Grandpa or friends or tinkering in the shed with his Dad, Brandon was a true boy in every sense. ...
Bill Rice (04/05/05)
Harold L. "Bill" Rice, 63, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday April 3, 2005, at his home. He was born on Feb. 21, 1942, in St. Louis, Mo., son of Bill and Millie Rush Rice. He married Ann Hennen on Aug. 12, 1984, in California. He was a radioman during the Vietnam War, working in communications serving 20 years in the U.S. Navy and retiring in 1988. He then worked 20 years in communications for the civil service in the San Diego area...
John Kelly (04/05/05)
John Frank "Pete" Kelly, 75, of Jackson died Sunday, April 3, 2005, at his home. He was born on July 19, 1929, in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., son of Frank and Maude Randall Kelly. He married Judith Kothe on July 28, 1981, at Elko, Nev. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was a lifetime member of VFW Post 3838 in Cape Girardeau. He was also a member of Cape Eagles Lodge and Jackson Elks Lodge. He had been a truck driver for many years...
John Peters Sr. (04/05/05)
BERTRAND, Mo. -- John Albert Peters Sr., 91, of Bertrand died Sunday April 3, 2005, at Sikeston Convalescent Center. He was born on June 2, 1913, in Pontotoc, Miss., son of John Karl and Virginia Savely Peters. He married Mabel Ann Woods on Oct. 19, 1935...
Damie L. Bess (04/05/05)
Damie L. Bess, 79, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, April 3, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born on April 5, 1925, in Canalou, Mo., daughter of Earl and Allie Pritchett Ramsey. She married Earl Bess on March 29, 1949, in Jackson. She was a member of Bethany Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau...
Ruth Dugger (04/05/05)
BERTRAND, Mo. -- Funeral for Annie Ruth Dugger, 85, of Bertrand will be held at 10:30 a.m. today at Nunnelee Chapel in Sikeston, Mo., with the Rev. Rodney Davis officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery in Sikeston. Dugger died Saturday, April 2, 2005, at Bertrand Nursing Facility...
Births 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
Womer...
Drivers injured in two-vehicle accident (04/05/05)
A Perryville, Mo., man received moderate injuries in a two-vehicle accident on Interstate 55 in Perry County, one mile north of Route B, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. James Polcou, 42, of Perryville was traveling northbound in a 1978 GMC fire truck when he drove into the path of a semi driven by 39-year-old Joseph Sellars of Norwood, Mo...
Cape/Jackson police reports 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Monday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests * Shawn David Warmack, 21, of Jackson, was arrested on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon and assault. * A warrant arrest was reported...
Cape/Jackson fire reports 04/05/05 (04/05/05)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items Sunday: * At 12:15 a.m., emergency medical service in the 700 block of North Middle Street. * At 1:01 a.m., emergency medical service in the 700 block of New Madrid Street. * At 10:29 a.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of William Street...
Out of the past 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
25 years ago: April 5, 1980 CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Former Missouri governor Warren E. Hearnes said yesterday he had "never before faced a greater challenge" than that of circuit judge of the 33rd Judicial District of Scott and Mississippi counties; he made the statement following swearing-in ceremonies which were witnessed by an overflow crowd of more than 200 well-wishers and friends in the circuit courtroom here...
Pope believed 'history' is 'His-story' - God's quest for man (04/05/05)
He once described his high-school years as a time in which he was "completely absorbed" by a passion for the theater. So it was fitting that Karol Jozef Wojtyla lived a very dramatic life. As a young man, he risked summary execution by leading clandestine acts of cultural resistance to the Nazi occupation of Poland. ...
Setting legal limits (04/05/05)
A top priority of Gov. Matt Blunt's first months in office will become reality Aug. 28 when Missouri's tort reform legislation, signed in ceremonies in Cape Girardeau and around the state last week, takes effect. The legislation is intended to benefit businesses and doctors by limiting legal awards resulting from lawsuits...
SIU-C listed as tops in academics (04/05/05)
To the editor: I detest the Speak Out statement about Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. There may very well be partying that goes on there, but that's the case at most 20,000-plus state universities. The Carnegie Foundation lists SIU-C in the "Doctoral-Research Universities -- Extensive" category, the top classification offered by the foundation. ...
Big perks for federal legislators (04/05/05)
To the editor: How much money do Missouri and Illinois profit from the illegals from Mexico and Honduras? Why aren't all seniors 50 and older receiving free medical care with no insurance premiums? The United States can afford the costs. Our federal legislators receive these and many other financial perks on the backs of all workers...
Speak Out 4/5/05 (04/05/05)
Wrong focus; Alive and well; Smokeless dining; Complete ban; Getting the facts; Great pop concert; No pity for smokers; Handling waste; Sick humor; Driving ideas; Patching highways; Post office connection; Ban public smoking; Paying for smokers; Buying votes; Blast at parties; Proper rewards; School differences; Complete the change; Increase the fines
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