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Stories from Sunday, December 11, 2005

Lawmakers file hundreds of proposals for '06 session (12/11/05)
Bills prefiled for the Missouri Legislature's upcoming session range from the serious to the silly. As of Friday, lawmakers in both chambers had filed 288 proposals to modify state laws and 15 changes in the Missouri Constitution. Ideas among the proposals include tougher penalties for predators who sexually victimize children, a ban on protest demonstrations at funerals and naming soybeans as the state farm crop...
Toy trucks, warm clothing appreciated this holiday season (12/11/05)
Toybox Two-year-old Timothy likes tractors, firetrucks, anything with wheels that has doors that open up, allowing him to make discoveries about the way things work. Timothy's dad, unable to work because of a knee injury, would love for Timothy to receive a Leap Pad or learning toy that would encourage his son's desire to learn, but thought it was too much to ask. ...
ATM fees hit all-time high; consumers may pay $4.3 billion this year (12/11/05)
Scott Clark is a 20-year-old junior at Southeast Missouri State who works part time while attending college full time. So Clark says he doesn't have extra money to waste on ATM fees. So Clark avoids ATMs whenever he can. But when he has to use an ATM, he tries to avoid the fees, too...
Fan Speak Dec11 (12/11/05)
Wrong message I JUST finished looking at the high school basketball preview [in the Nov. 22 edition]. I enjoy watching all the teams in our area. I am disappointed in some of the slogans on the teams' T-shirts I have seen players around the area wearing. What happened to the slogans that actually taught values?...
World briefs 12/11/05 (12/11/05)
China blames 'instigators' for deadly village siege; Japan edgy after spate of gruesome child-killings
KRCU to feature local author on Dec. 11 show (12/11/05)
KRCU's "Going Public" radio show will feature Southeast Missouri State University regent Edward C. Matthews III of Sikeston, Mo., who has written a book about his family. The book is called, "Matthews, the Historic Adventures of a Pioneer Family."...
Endless Sunset (12/11/05)
Shadows of leaves and limbs scatter light from the sunset across two steep gables and through a picture window into the master bedroom of this week's Showcase Home. Hunter green trim softens white vinyl siding on both the house and a detached single-car garage with a manual door...
Hoping for homes (12/11/05)
Billeigh is like any other second-grader who likes playing with Barbies and watching SpongeBob. The brown-eyed 7-year-old's favorite restaurant is McDonald's, and she loves shopping at Wal-Mart. In her Blanchard Elementary School Christmas program last week, she played Mrs. Santa Claus...
Road plan to close part of Bloomfield; residents unhappy (12/11/05)
Cape Girardeau city officials plan to close a section of Bloomfield Road west of Interstate 55 for about three months next year so the street can be widened and a sidewalk added. But nearby residents say closing the road will force them to make a lengthy and inconvenient detour to travel east into the city. Some residents live only five minutes from the Wal-Mart store. If the street is closed, it could take them half an hour to drive over county roads and Route K to get to the store, they say...
St. Joseph man will not be charged in fatal Oct. stabbing (12/11/05)
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Charges won't be filed against an apartment resident who stabbed a mentally ill man to death in October when the man threatened the apartment manager. Minutes before the fatal stabbing, police said 49-year-old Randall Goff had used gasoline to start a fire during the robbery of a convenience store...
Casino settlement tops $14 million (12/11/05)
KIMMSWICK, Mo. -- Isle of Capri Casinos Inc. has agreed to pay $14.3 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from a decision four years ago to scrap plans for a gambling and entertainment complex near Kimmswick. Jefferson County officials announced the settlement Friday. The suit, filed in December 2002, alleged that company's decision to withdraw its application for the $105 million development constituted a breach of contract...
White House in test exercise of readiness for pandemic flu (12/11/05)
WASHINGTON -- The White House on Saturday sought to "push resources to the breaking point" as officials tested the government's readiness for a flu pandemic in the United States. The four-hour drill at the White House complex involved Cabinet secretaries and top federal officials. President Bush, though remaining at the White House for the weekend, did not participate. He went for a bike ride in suburban Maryland on a cold winter morning. Vice President Dick Cheney also stayed away...
New guidelines call for less chemo for breast cancer patients (12/11/05)
SAN ANTONIO -- For years, doctors have known exactly what to do with breast cancer patients like Eva Ossorio: Poison them. Blasting women with toxic chemicals was considered the best way to save their lives. The bigger the cancer or the more it had spread, the more vile liquid doctors pumped into their veins to try to kill it...
Families remember crash in Canada that killed 248 (12/11/05)
The words still turn Malinda Parris' stomach 20 years later: "No survivors." She first heard them when she was preparing to welcome her husband home for the holidays from a peacekeeping mission in Egypt. She had decorated the house, baked wildly to fill the kitchen with his favorite foods and was dressing to go to a homecoming ceremony at Fort Campbell, Ky...
Democrats recommend early nomination lineup (12/11/05)
WASHINGTON -- Democrats' presidential nominating calendar should have a new early lineup to better reflect ethnic and geographic diversity, with caucuses in one or two states after Iowa's and before New Hampshire's leadoff primary, a party commission recommended Saturday...
Neo-Nazi group rallies in Toledo two months after riots (12/11/05)
TOLEDO, Ohio -- A neo-Nazi group staged a rally at City Hall on Saturday, two months after plans for an earlier march set off a riot in which a mob attacked businesses and police. Now they marched to protest how police and the city handled that confrontation...
Toledo braces for return of neo-Nazi group, protesters (12/11/05)
TOLEDO, Ohio -- They're determined to show their supremacy. Members of the National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group, planned to gather Saturday afternoon on the steps of city hall. Two months ago, the white supremacists' planned march sparked a four-hour riot, in which businesses were burned and looted and bricks were thrown at police and an ambulance driver...
NYC police officer killed after shootout (12/11/05)
NEW YORK -- An off-duty police officer was killed Saturday in a gunfight with two burglars outside his home, and authorities said an actor from "The Sopranos" was a suspect. Daniel Enchautegui, 28, a three-year veteran, was pronounced dead at a hospital following the 5:15 a.m. shooting, said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly...
Jet carrying schoolchildren crashes in Nigeria (12/11/05)
PORT HARCOURT, Nigeria -- A Nigerian jetliner filled with schoolchildren going home for Christmas crashed Saturday while landing during a lightning storm in this delta oil port. At least 103 people were killed, officials said. A spokesman for President Olusegun Obasanjo called the disaster "a national tragedy."...
Four U.S. soldiers killed as violence mounts ahead of Iraqi election (12/11/05)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Insurgents killed four American soldiers in separate attacks Saturday as violence mounted five days ahead of national elections. U.S. officials announced the release of 238 detainees but said the move was unrelated to demands by kidnappers of four Christian peace activists to free all prisoners...
Central bounces back to finish third in Mobil On the Run tourney (12/11/05)
One day after the Central boys basketball team missed 10-of-19 free throws in a loss to Marquette, the Tigers went 22-for-30 from the line to help beat host Northwest 72-53 in the third-place game at the Mobil On the Run Classic in Cedar Hill, Mo. Central, which has won three of its last four games, was led by sophomore Jajuan Bell, who scored 22 points and hit eight of eight free throws...
Saxony Lutheran suffers first setback (12/11/05)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Saxony Lutheran made a furious comeback over the final 3 minutes of its boys basketball game with St. Pius on Saturday at the Heartland Hoopfest, but the rally fell short in a 62-54 loss at the Perry Park Center. The Crusaders (3-1) used a 14-0 run to cut St. Pius' lead from 56-38 to 56-52 in the final minute, but St. Pius managed to make a couple of baskets down the stretch to pull out the win...
Bell City nips Vianney at Hoopfest (12/11/05)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- The Bell City boys basketball team is used to being able to count on its perimeter shooting to pull out close ball games. But the Cubs shot 0-for-18 from 3-point range Saturday and still won. Bell City, a Class 1 team, held on for a 43-41 victory over Class 5 Vianney from St. Louis County in the second annual Heartland Hoopfest at Perry Park Center...
Poor shooting hampers Redhawks again (12/11/05)
Struggling offensively is generally not a formula for success when trying to upset the Ohio Valley Conference's most potent offensive team. Southeast Missouri State, mired in a shooting slump all season, shot 39.7 percent and lost 79-65 to Tennessee Tech on Saturday at the Show Me Center...
Eaglettes post 81-77 victory to end Southeast's home conference (12/11/05)
Saturday's anticipated early-season Ohio Valley Conference women's basketball showdown lived up to its billing -- and then some. The top two teams in the OVC's preseason poll needed overtime to decide things, with Tennessee Tech squeezing out a 81-77 victory over host Southeast Missouri State...
McKinney's tip-in for Missouri sinks Islanders (12/11/05)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A little scrap and a little luck helped Missouri get back on track. Jimmy McKinney tipped in a shot with 7.4 seconds left to lift Missouri (3-3) past Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 82-81 on Saturday. McKinney's shot was the Tigers' third field goal attempt on the possession, preceded by an unsuccessful jumper by him and Thomas Gardner's attempt at a tip-in...
Bush captures Heisman Trophy (12/11/05)
NEW YORK -- Reggie Bush left the competition far, far behind -- as usual. Southern California's junior tailback was awarded the Heisman Trophy as college football's best player Saturday night after winning a landslide over Texas quarterback Vince Young and USC quarterback Matt Leinart, last year's winner...
Clarke takes lead at Target tournament (12/11/05)
Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke decided to concentrate more on golf than having a good time at the Target World Challenge, and an 8-under 64 on Saturday put him in position for a real party. Clarke, who had never broken 70 in his two previous trips to Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif., played the par 5s in 7 under. That allowed him to vault past U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell and take a one-shot lead into today's final round...
No. 1 Duke dominates battle with No. 2 Texas (12/11/05)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- There was no doubt about the latest No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup. There was no doubt who the top players were, either. J.J. Redick had career highs of 41 points and nine 3-pointers and Shelden Williams added 23 points to lead No. 1 Duke past No. 2 Texas 97-66 on Saturday, the third-biggest margin in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup...
Vikings have upper hand over Rams at quarterback position (12/11/05)
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings have been waiting for this game for a long time. When the beat-up St. Louis Rams (5-7) come to town Sunday, the Vikings (7-5) finally have a chance to show them that Minnesota has a rowdy dome of its own...
Tennessee Tech takes Round 1 in women's basketball race (12/11/05)
Round one goes to Tennessee Tech -- just barely, and much to the dismay of the Southeast Missouri State women's basketball team and its fans. The Eaglettes got the early jump on the Redhawks in the battle between what are expected to be the Ohio Valley Conference's best two squads by winning Saturday's 81-77 overtime thriller at the Show Me Center...
East Peoria Festival of Lights draws thousands (12/11/05)
EAST PEORIA, Ill. -- Millions of tiny bulbs light up a city park every holiday season in this Illinois River town, attracting about 125,000 revelers from across the country. The city's Festival of Lights kicked off Nov. 26 with a parade of 40 lighted floats that included a life-sized replica of Anheuser-Busch's Clydesdales fashioned from 90,000 light bulbs...
Web guides for competitive fishing -- through the ice (12/11/05)
Any good angler living in the northern states knows that fishing doesn't end when the temperature dives and the lakes freeze over solid as concrete. It just takes different equipment and skills, and if you think you're good enough, you could spend some weekend travel time at an ice fishing tournament...
Travelers spending Christmas away from home (12/11/05)
NEW YORK -- Every year at Christmas, Santa pays a visit to the Harraseeket Inn in Freeport, Maine. And if his jingling sleigh bells should wake up any of the children staying at the hotel, that's OK. It's a reassurance that Santa hasn't forgotten them, even though they're spending Christmas away from home...
Keeping naughty pets nice this Christmas (12/11/05)
Christmas trees and kitties don't always mix. And the combination of a dog, a few house guests and a roast turkey can lead to more than one kind of mess. The change of pace and somtimes-new surroundings of the hectic holidays have an impact on pets as well as people. And sometimes, that impact can bring out the worst in pets (as well as people)...
Thwarting my Christmas sneak (12/11/05)
SHE SAID: 'Tis the season for scheming, sneaking and flat-out lying to my husband. See, Bob has a Cliff Huxtable-like obsession with guessing what his gifts are beforehand. He is not above shaking/sme-lling/weighing wrapped presents or grilling 8-year-old Drew, who -- God love him -- has no idea how to fib to his daddy...
Comedian Richard Pryor dies at 65 (12/11/05)
LOS ANGELES -- Richard Pryor, the groundbreaking comedian whose profanely personal insights into race relations and modern life made him one of Hollywood's biggest stars, died of a heart attack Saturday. He was 65. Pryor died shortly before 8 a.m. after being taken to a hospital from his home in the San Fernando Valley, said his business manager, Karen Finch. He had been ill for years with multiple sclerosis, a degenerative disease of the nervous system...
W.P. Lee Jr. (12/11/05)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- W.P. Lee Jr. 93, of Chaffee died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at the Sikeston Convalescent Center. He was born May 30, 1912, at Chaffee, son of W.P. Lee Sr. and Nancy Jane Misplay Lee. He was a retired barber. He owned and operated Lee's Barber Shop in Chaffee...
Martha DeBrock (12/11/05)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Martha Christine DeBrock, 88, of Marble Hill died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at Eldercare of Marble Hill. She was born Jan. 3, 1917, at Glennon, Mo., daughter of William and Anna Hinkebein Vandeven. She and Fred William DeBrock were married on Sept. 14, 1938, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Glennon. He died on May 18, 1994...
Alma Franklin (12/11/05)
SILVER LAKE, Mo. -- Alma I. Franklin, 94, of Silver Lake died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at her home. She was born on Nov. 30, 1911, in Bollinger County, daughter of Robert and Maude Hudson Anderson. She and Wallace S. Franklin were married June 6, 1961...
Jeffrey Shelton (12/11/05)
Jeffrey Wayne Shelton, 44, of Jackson died Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born March 4, 1961, in Fairfield, Ill., son of Loyd H. and Cheryl Shannon Shelton. He was a retired Baptist minister. He and Carol Dalman were married Oct. 18, 1980...
Delpha Eftink (12/11/05)
ORAN, Mo. -- Delpha K. Eftink, 87, of Oran died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Home in Oran.
Donna Dotzert (12/11/05)
Donna Rodenberry Dotzert, 57, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, at Ratliff Care Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born on July 16, 1948, in Cape Girardeau, the daughter of Benjamin Dale and Coletta F. McMullin Pinkerton. She was a member of the First Church of God, attended La Croix Church Small Groups and the Tuesday Lunch Bunch. She was a 1966 graduate of Central High School and attended Southeast Missouri State University...
Verna Nitsch (12/11/05)
Verna Lee Nitsch, 80, of Jackson passed away Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, at her home. She was born on June 9, 1925, at Cape Girardeau, daughter of the late Monroe E. and Anna Reeker Gartung. She and Milton Nitsch were married April 30, 1950, at Zion Methodist Church in Gordonville...
William Felty Sr. (12/11/05)
William "Bill" Felty Sr., 71, of Jackson died Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at his home. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Wehmer-Bard (12/11/05)
Sylana Renae Wehmer and Chad Timothy Bard were married July 9, 2005, at the Wedding Haus in Leavenworth, Wash. The bride is the daughter of Peggy and Rod Williams of Bremerton, Wash. The groom is the son of Patty and Mitch Herod of Cape Girardeau and Tim Bard of East Prairie, Mo...
Anderson-Smith (12/11/05)
Reba Kathryn Anderson and Lee Eric Smith were married Aug. 12, 2005, at the National Guard Armory in Kansas City, Mo. Major Chaplain Pringle of the 110th Engineer Battalion performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Sharon Anderson of Cape Girardeau, and the late Loyal Anderson. The groom is the son of Michael D. and Mary R. Smith of Gordonville and Elizabeth S. Smith of Cape Girardeau...
Kiefer-Santel (12/11/05)
Carrie Ann Kiefer and Steven Robert Santel were married Sept. 3, 2005, at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Perryville, Mo. The Rev. Kevin Fausz performed the ceremony. Readers were Lynette Santel, sister of the groom; Joel Koesterer and Amy Miesner, cousins of the bride; Sarah and Emily Garner, stepsisters of the bride...
Littlepage-Schonhoff (12/11/05)
Dana Ann Littlepage and Matthew Stephen Schonhoff exchanged vows Sept. 10, 2005, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The Rev. Kevin Fausz performed the ceremony. Pianist was Terry Edwards and flutist was Bill Fisher, both of Perryville, Mo., and soloist was Logan Hanschen of Jefferson City, Mo...
Ford-Leggett (12/11/05)
Susan Ford and Cameron Leggett were married Sept. 18, 2005, at the Ford farm in Whitewater. The Rev. Donnie Ford performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Carol Wilkinson of Cape Girardeau and Robert and Marty Ford of Whitewater. The groom is the son of Tom and Flossie Leggett of Cape Girardeau...
Sciortino-Pfeiffer (12/11/05)
MR. & MRS. BRENT V. PFEIFFER Susan Lynn Sciortino and Brent Victor Pfeiffer were married Sept. 24, 2005, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jackson. The Rev. David Johnson performed the ceremony. Organist was Matt Palish of Jackson, and soloists were Beth St. John of Jackson and Adrian True of St. Louis...
Rhodes-McQuay (12/11/05)
MR. & MRS. CHRISTOPHER S. MCQUAY Jennifer Leah Rhodes and Christopher Scott McQuay were united in marriage Oct. 1, 2005, at Francine's Gardens. Patrick Tankersley performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Thomas and April Rhodes of Jackson, and Scott and Brenda McQuay of Cape Girardeau...
Johnson-Leimbach (12/11/05)
Stephanie Renee Johnson and Daniel Keith Leimbach were united in marriage Sept. 24, 2005, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Pocahontas. Bruce Ritter performed the ceremony. Organist was Ellen Lewis of Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Ron and Renee Simmons of Sweet Springs, Mo. The groom is the son of Keith and Debbie Leimbach and Kathy Leimbach, all of Jackson...
Bennett-Mothershead (12/11/05)
MR. & MRS. RUSS A. MOTHERSHEAD II Patricia Ellen Bennett and Russ Allen Mothershead II exchanged wedding vows Nov. 19, 2005, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Paul Short performed the candlelight ceremony. Reader was Dr. Andrew Pratt of Liberty, Mo...
Wilfong-Ford (12/11/05)
Betty Hennecke of Whitewater announces the engagement of her daughter, Melinda Susan Wilfong, to Ronald Lynn Ford. He is the son of Robert and Marty Ford of Whitewater and Carol Wilkinson of Cape Girardeau. Wilfong is also the daughter of the late Robert Hennecke...
Ruddy-Collins (12/11/05)
Tim and Linda Ruddy of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Maggie Ruddy, to Todd Collins. He is the son of Anne Richards of Dalton, Minn., and the late David Collins of Elkhart, Ind. Ruddy is a 1989 graduate of Central High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from the University of Kansas, a physicians assistant degree from Red Rocks Community College, and a master's degree in medical science from St. Francis University...
Bishop-Brown (12/11/05)
Joe and Nancy Bishop of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Molly Jean Bishop, to Justin Edward Brown. He is the son of Joe and Belinda Brown of Marble Hill, Mo. Bishop is a 1998 graduate of Jackson High School, and is attending Southeast Missouri Hospital College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a nurse extern at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau...
Logsdon-Ogborn (12/11/05)
Robin M. Logsdon and Derek S. Ogborn announce their engagement. She is the daughter of the late Eddie and Sarah Logsdon of Western Kentucky. He is the son of Gary Ogborn and Barbra Treece of Cape Girardeau and Kay Ogborn of Decatur, Ala. Logsdon is a 1983 graduate of Ballard Memorial High School. She is manager of Ogborn Rental Properties in home health care...
Schlitts are married 50 years (12/11/05)
ORAN, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schlitt of Oran celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 22, 2005. Following Mass, a dinner and dance was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Schlitt and Mary Hart were married Oct. 22, 1955, at Guardian Angel Catholic Church. He is the son of Mose and Germaine Schlitt. Mrs. Schlitt is the daughter of Rufus and Harlean Hart...
Bishops observe 50th event (12/11/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. "Bob" Bishop of Jackson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 10, 2005. Bishop and Shirley Jo Ludwig were married at Southwest Baptist Chapel in Bolivar, Mo., by the Rev. Delbert Bishop. He is the son of Archie Lee and Margaret Bishop. She is the daughter of John J. and Wilma Ludwig...
Kurres mark 50th anniversary (12/11/05)
Mr. and Mrs. Penny M. Kurre of Jackson were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary at their home. Hosts were their children: Penny Kurre of Patton, Mo., Charles and Sarah and Theo Kurre of Columbia, Mo., Dustin and Susan and Collin, Ashlen and Rileigh Kurre of Birmingham, Ala...
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Out of the past 12/11/05 (12/11/05)
25 years ago: Dec. 11, 1980 Cape Girardeau city officials are considering selling off the city's retired parking meters; the meter sale idea is based on a similar sale held last week in Hutchinson, Kans., which netted that city $7,186; it is likely the meters would be sold for between $10 and $15 each...
New law on underage drinking will help save lives (12/11/05)
By Michael R. Gibbons In a recent front-page article, a Cape Girardeau lawyer was upset about new tools to help combat underage drinking in Missouri. I know the communities, parents, law enforcement officials and, most importantly, the students who helped create this comprehensive approach believe we are on the right track...
Future is in your hands (12/11/05)
Missourians who have been keeping track of state government for any length of time are well aware that the Missouri Department of Transportation has far more needs than dollars to pay for those needs. Missouri also has more miles of state-maintained highways that most states, placing an additional burden on the agency, which gets most of its funding from state fuel taxes and federal highway appropriations...
Evergreen tree represents Christ (12/11/05)
To the editor: In the Dec. 6 Southeast Missourian, there was a letter, "Christmas tree is the wrong focus." Although evergreens were brought into homes by such people as the Romans at the beginning of winter in honor of their pagan gods, great leaders in the Christian church have given this custom a real Christian meaning...
Teen Challenge deserves your help (12/11/05)
To the editor: As a GED instructor, I had the pleasure of teaching at Teen Challenge during the 2003-04 school year. The GED program graduated an average of three to four students a month. Two students graduated with scholarship scores and enrolled in universities when they left Teen Challenge. Others who passed enrolled in technical programs, community colleges and universities as well...
Open your mind regarding Iraq (12/11/05)
To the editor: We live in dangerous times. When a political party would dare to subvert a sitting president and the men and women he commands, all to attempt to gain a few legislative seats in an off-year election, you know there's a serious problem. ...
Speak Out 12/11/05 (12/11/05)
Parking and buses; Negative slant; Representing Saddam; Grateful hearts; Immigrant greed; Four fabulous years
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