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Order of Demolay announces 2008 winners at conclave (06/11/08)
Results of the Order of DeMolay State Conclave sponsored by Missouri DeMolay and held at the Capital Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, Mo.: — Zach Buchheit received third place in master, senior and junior squire events — Jackson Rushin received first place in three point shots junior event...
City transfer station to close for repairs Friday (06/11/08)
The City of Cape Girardeau Public Works Department announced today the city's transfer station, located at 2500 South Sprigg St., will close at 1 p.m. on Friday, for needed repairs to the tipping floor. The transfer station will resume normal hours of operation, 7 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on Monday...
$25,000 worth of marijuana seized in Bootheel traffic stop (06/11/08)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. -- A routine traffic stop and a police officer with a sharp sense of smell resulted in the discovery of $25,000 worth of marijuana. At 12:30 p.m. Monday, Caruthersville police stopped a vehicle for improper registration. As officers made contact with the driver, they noticed an odor consistent with that of marijuana coming from the vehicle...
Mexican citizen arrested for DWI in Dunklin County pleads guilty to entering country illegally (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS -- A Mexican citizen pleaded guilty Tuesday to unlawful entry into the United States, according to United States Attorney Catherine L. Hanaway. Carlos Gomez-Perez, 39, pleaded guilty to one felony count of unlawful entry into the United States. He appeared before United States District Judge Charles A. Shaw...
Four Southeast Missouri men arrested in Scott County for suspected ties to multi-state theft ring (06/11/08)
Scott County officers have arrested four Southeast Missouri men in connection with a suspected larceny ring spanning local, state and federal jurisdictions, nine states, and involving hundreds of thousands, and possibly millions, of dollars. Larry Dixon, Brian Lambert, Brian Burton and Greg Casey are all charged with conspiracy to commit auto theft, Sheriff Rick Walter said Wednesday...
Cape man sentenced to prison on crack cocaine charge (06/11/08)
A Cape Girardeau man was sentenced today for possessing over 50 grams of cocaine base with the intent to distribute it, United States Attorney Catherine L. Hanaway announed in a news release. Jason James Jones,  21, was sentenced to 120 months on one felony count of...
No one left out of services at Cape's St. James (06/11/08)
Editor's note: The following is the first part in an occasional series on faith, worship and beliefs in Cape Girardeau's black churches. By Tristram Thomas Southeast Missourian At St. James AME Church in Cape Girardeau, members arrive for worship service in their Sunday best or jeans; not just hellos but hugs and kisses are exchanged between congregation members, young and old, male and female. ...
Jackson teachers to get raise next year (06/11/08)
Jackson teachers will receive a 3 percent raise next school year, the school board decided unanimously Tuesday. "It's a very balanced schedule, and improves salaries in all aspects," superintendent Dr. Ron Anderson told the board. Beginning teachers will be paid $32,000, an increase of $1,000. Before the increase, the district already had one of the highest beginning teacher salaries in the region, beating 12 surrounding districts...
State senator campaigns for state treasurer (06/11/08)
State Sen. Brad Lager seems to have the early advantage in the contest to be Missouri's next state treasurer. Through March 30, Lager, a Maryville Republican, had almost $255,000 in the bank for his election campaign. With no Republican opponent in the Aug. 5 primary, Lager is traveling the state to shore up support while four Democratic opponents, who together hadn't matched Lager's fundraising total, must battle for their party's nomination...
Lady Luck Casino takes over the former Casino Aztar in Caruthersville (06/11/08)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. -- A new era has begun for the gaming industry in Caruthersville. On Tuesday, Lady Luck Casino officially changed the chips, cards, game layouts and dice that were formerly owned by Casino Aztar. Isle of Capri Casinos acquired Lady Luck Caruthersville for about $45 million from an affiliate of Kentucky-based Columbia Sussex Corp. on June 10, 2007, but didn't change its name until now...
Estimate for Dutchtown levee up 36 percent since first of year (06/11/08)
The cost of building a levee to protect Dutchtown and the highways that run through the southern Cape Girardeau County village increased 36 percent since January, officials of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday. The news shocked about 20 townspeople gathered in a meeting room at the Affordable Furniture store Tuesday night. ...
New law requires meth ingredient to be tracked electronically (06/11/08)
Missouri stepped up the fight against methamphetamine labs Tuesday when Gov. Matt Blunt signed a new law requiring pharmacies to keep electronic records on people who buy a key ingredient in the drug. Blunt, appearing at a news conference at the Jackson Fire Department administration building, said that while Missouri has not defeated meth, the new law will add to the arsenal available to law enforcement combating the problem...
Motions denied in Van Buren, Mo., murder case (06/11/08)
VAN BUREN, Mo. -- A circuit court judge Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss all charges against Lance Shockley, the man accused of killing a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper in 2005. Judge David Evans made the decision after hearing arguments in a pretrial hearing at the Carter County Courthouse. ...
Senate OKs Limbaugh judgeship (06/11/08)
Missouri Supreme Court Judge Stephen Limbaugh Jr. spent much of Tuesday watching television at his Cape Girardeau home. He wasn't catching up on soap operas. Instead, he had his set tuned to C-SPAN, where he watched the U.S. Senate voted unanimously by voice vote confirm him and Judge Greg Kays of Lebanon to seats on the federal bench...
Firefighters check hydrants (06/11/08)
Mo. trooper killed in 1933 honored in ceremony (06/11/08)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- A Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper killed 75 years ago while trying to catch a bank robber will be honored at a ceremony Friday. The patrol said its Officer of the Year Award will be renamed for Sgt. Benjamin Booth, who was gunned down at a roadblock near Columbia on June 14, 1933. He was the first Missouri trooper to die in the line of duty...
Mo. towns continue to ready for flood (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The fast-rising Mississippi River forced closure of a St. Louis casino on Wednesday and prompted sandbagging efforts in communities preparing for near-historic crests. The President Casino closed its doors as the boulevard that provides access to the boat was shut down due to flooding. It wasn't clear when the casino would reopen. The city's newest and much larger casino, Lumiere Place, sits on higher ground slightly away from the river and remains open...
Belgian brewer makes unsolicited offer to Anheuser-Busch, company says (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc., the nation's biggest brewery, received a purchase offer Wednesday from a Belgian brewer that might be too good to refuse. Anheuser-Busch reported late Wednesday that InBev SA gave it an unsolicited bid to buy the company for roughly $46 billion. ...
Teen pleads guilty in fire that damaged Arnold school (06/11/08)
HILLSBORO, Mo. (AP) -- Sentencing will be in July for one of three teenagers charged in a fire that left a Jefferson County school badly damaged. Johnathan Furey pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges of exploding or igniting fireworks near a school and property damage. He is 19...
Stimulus checks provide $3 million of help for Missouri (06/11/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri is getting a little help from the federal economic stimulus package. Revenue Director of Revenue Omar Davis said that through June 3, the state had intercepted almost $3 million in stimulus checks that were headed to people who owe back taxes to the state...
Kansas, Missouri passed up for Medicare program (06/11/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A federal Medicare pilot program aimed at encouraging physicians to use computerized patient records will not be coming to Kansas or Missouri. Businesses and health care groups in the Kansas City area jointly applied for the program in May after being encouraged to do so during a February visit by Mike Leavitt, secretary of health and human services. They said they found out Tuesday that they were not one of the 12 states and U.S. communities chosen to participate...
Mo. news outlets try to join e-mail lawsuit against Blunt (06/11/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Three media outlets on Wednesday sought to join a government lawsuit that accuses Gov. Matt Blunt or a deputy of ordering the destruction of backup e-mail tapes to avoid an Associated Press open-records request. The AP, St. ...
Webster U. receives gift from Edward Jones (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Webster University says it has received a $1 million gift from Edward Jones for its business and technology school. Edward Jones, headquartered in St. Louis, provides financial services for investors in the U.S. and, through its affiliates, in Canada and the United Kingdom...
Fire forces evacuation at St. Louis museum (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A fire at a popular and eclectic downtown St. Louis museum causes minor damage. The fire broke out Wednesday morning at City Museum. Spokesman Richard Callow says an artist was working on an exhibit when a spark caused a small fire. The artist and another person put out the blaze...
Missouri transportation worker killed on I-70 (06/11/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A veteran Missouri Department of Transportation worker was killed Wednesday morning when he was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 70. The victim, who's name was not released, had worked for the Transportation Department for 25 to 30 years, co-workers told The Kansas City Star for a story posted on the newspaper's Web site...
FBI: 'Boonie Hat Bandit' strikes again at St. Peters (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The bank robber dubbed the "Boonie Hat Bandit" is apparently at it again. The FBI says the robber held up a Bank of America branch in St. Peters on Tuesday. Now, though, for the first time, investigators have a description of the getaway car -- a white, late 1990s model Pontiac Grand Am...
Court backs property owners in eminent domain case (06/11/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Five years have passed since a suburban Kansas City shopping center was declared blighted by the city of Gladstone. Although the city has yet to condemn the land, some shops have shut down or moved because of the threat. On Tuesday, the Missouri Supreme Court granted the shopping center owners the right to sue the city for millions of dollars in lost income, diminished property values and increased costs allegedly caused by the prolonged threat of eminent domain...
Audit questions money moved from Missouri child abuse fund (06/11/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A state audit released Tuesday questions the legality of $36,000 transferred from a state child abuse awareness fund into other state accounts in 2006 and 2007. The audit examines only transfers from the Children's Trust Fund, but the state auditor's office plans to examine how money from other dedicated funds is dispersed within state government...
Significant flooding possible on Mississippi River (06/11/08)
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Steve Terry sloshed through ankle deep water Tuesday as he prepared to move his Mark Twain Riverboat a quarter-mile up the Mississippi River. The fast-rising river prompted the hurried installation of flood gates that block access to the boat's downtown dock, forcing Terry to relocate to a temporary spot to launch cruises...
Purina pitches pet health insurance for dogs and cats (06/11/08)
ST. LOUIS -- You insure your house. You insure your car. So what about your family pet? Nestle Purina PetCare Co. said Tuesday that it will begin offering PurinaCare, the first pet health insurance under pet food maker Purina's name. The company said two plans will be available for dogs and cats, at a time when veterinary care can include costly CAT scans, MRIs or chemotherapy...
Wisc. checks dams for flood damage (06/11/08)
LAKE DELTON, Wis. -- Engineers and National Guard teams examined dams across this storm-deluged state Tuesday looking for signs of damage from the high water that led to the major collapse that nearly emptied Lake Delton. The huge breach in an embankment holding back Lake Delton released a torrent that washed away three houses and a stretch of highway. The weekend's storm also displaced thousands of Indiana residents and was blamed for 15 deaths in the Midwest and elsewhere...
Gay marriage ruling could boost California's economy (06/11/08)
SAN FRANCISCO -- The flowers have been selected, the Veterans' Memorial Center has been booked, and the three-piece band has been chosen. The e-invitations have gone out, and relatives are flying in. The brides -- and there will be two of them -- might not have time to buy something new to wear, but that's OK...
Chains acting aggressively in salmonella outbreak (06/11/08)
ATLANTA -- It's the beginning of the summer, and it's tough to find fresh salsa for chips and tomatoes for burgers. But experts say supermarkets and fast-food chains that threw out tomatoes suspected in a salmonella outbreak were acting aggressively to protect their customers' health and avoid a consumer backlash...
Backyard fireworks gain power, popularity (06/11/08)
For backyard patriots, the rockets available this Fourth of July are flashier, more creative and louder than ever before. Thanks to an increase in the legal limit of the amount of pyrotechnic material allowed in consumer fireworks, a whole new class of recreational explosive has become available to amateur enthusiasts, said Harry Chang of Black Cat Fireworks Inc...
Senate GOP blocks tax on oil companies (06/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- The outcome of the vote was hardly a surprise. Democrats knew they probably couldn't overcome a Republican filibuster on a plan to tax billions of dollars in windfall profits by the country's biggest oil companies. Still, plenty of anger was on display. After all, the bill was meant to respond to what has the nation fuming -- gasoline costing $4 a gallon and going up...
Republicans deserting Bush on unemployment measure (06/11/08)
WASHINGTON -- John McCain is just one of dozens of Republicans abandoning President Bush to join Democrats who want to extend unemployment payments for people whose benefits have run out. "We have to extend the unemployment benefits," McCain said Tuesday on CNBC. "We have to ... because we all know Americans are hurting, and hurting badly."...
Sudanese plane crashes while landing; death toll uncertain (06/11/08)
KHARTOUM, Sudan -- A Sudanese Airbus carrying 214 people veered off a runway in a thunderstorm and burst into flames late Tuesday, killing dozens unable to escape the inferno. Officials said more than 100 people fled the plane before it was engulfed by towering orange flames...
Pujols goes down with leg injury in 7-2 win (06/11/08)
CINCINNATI -- Seeing Albert Pujols on the ground in pain dampened the St. Louis Cardinals' spirits after their third straight win. The Cardinals watched their leading hitter be helped off the field with what was diagnosed as a strained left calf in the seventh inning of their 7-2 victory Tuesday night over the Cincinnati Reds...
Bryant leads Lakers to 87-81 win in Game 3 (06/11/08)
LOS ANGELES -- On his floor and on his game, Kobe Bryant revived the Los Angeles Lakers -- and the NBA finals. With his team one loss from having to make an impossible climb, Bryant was close to MVP form, scoring 36 points on an assortment of spins, drives and jumpers, and reserve Sasha Vujacic added 20 points as the Lakers beat the Boston Celtics 87-81 in Game 3 on Tuesday night...
Modglin says he likely will choose college (06/11/08)
Scott City pitcher Ryan Modglin, who was drafted by the Kansas City Royals last Friday, said he likely will opt to play college baseball instead. Modglin, who signed a letter of intent last fall to play baseball at Missouri State, informed teams before the draft he likely would keep his commitment to the college in Springfield, Mo., if he was not selected in the top 10 rounds with a fourth- or fifth-round signing bonus...
Shae Simmons, Scott City (06/11/08)
Offensively, Scott City leadoff hitter Shae Simmons had a week to remember at the Class 2 state tournament. The junior set the table for the Rams offense, which racked up 23 runs and two 10-run victories en route to the state championship. Simmons was 5-for-6 (an .833 average) with two walks. He had a double, a triple and scored five runs in the two games...
SIU Edwardsville eager to take cuts against Division I competition (06/11/08)
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. -- Another big Division II fish is about to go swimming in a larger pond. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, which has won 16 national championships in NCAA Division II and one in Division I, will begin competing against a Division I slate in the 2008-09 school year...
Addition helps open St. Louis market (06/11/08)
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. -- If Southeast Missouri State was looking for ways to improve the profile of its athletic program in the St. Louis market, it now has a foil. Or an ally. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville will become the Ohio Valley Conference's 11th member when it is formally admitted July 1. The announcement was made Tuesday morning in front of a crowd of about 100 people at the Morris University Center on the SIUE campus...
Dunklin County downs Scott County in district game (06/11/08)
The Scott County American Legion baseball team dropped its District 14 game at Dunklin County on Tuesday, but rallied to win the nightcap. Kody Campbell took the loss in the first game, a 7-3 setback. He went 2-for-4 with a run batted in at the plate...
Area digest (06/11/08)
Cherokees edge Cape Junior Legion Jake Pewitt and Wes Glaus both went 2-for-3 to lead the Cape County Cherokees to a 9-6 victory over the Ford and Sons Cape Girardeau Post 63 Junior American Legion baseball team Tuesday. Zach McDowell earned the win, while Josh Meyer suffered the loss...
Jackson overpowers Cape (06/11/08)
Jackson's Ryan Cheney seems to know the right hitting approach to take against hurler Garrett Stevens. Cheney gave the Jackson Post 158 American Legion baseball team a comfortable lead early Tuesday night against rival Ford and Sons Cape Girardeau Post 63, smashing a three-run home run off Stevens in the first inning. Cheney knew it was gone immediately, getting into his home-run trot while he watched it clear the fence in left field...
A Harte Appetite: Upside-down cakes come in many varieties (06/11/08)
"Sweet little upside-down cake ... your top is on your bottom," recites the reluctant dragon in the Disney film of the same name. "Alas little upside-down cake," he continues, "your bottom's on your top." As the Oxford Companion to Food notes, "Generally, the concept of upsidedownness has had only limited applications in the kitchen," but the dragon's ode reminds us that when it comes to cake, topsy-turvy cooking can be delicious...
Crab dishes for Cape Girardeau (06/11/08)
Both of our children enjoy seafood, and our son has always loved crab in about any way you can fix it. While we were in South Carolina he ate crab every day. He likes crab cakes, and while looking up the recipe I came across a couple of other crab recipes for you to try. I hope you enjoy them as much as he does...
Review: 'Hulk' smashes a lot, but lacks heart (06/11/08)
The fanboys will probably be happy with the latest incarnation of "The Incredible Hulk." At least we can say that much for it -- and that's something we most assuredly could not say about Ang Lee and James Schamus' somber, introspective and largely derided take in 2003 on the beloved Marvel Comics hero...
Some retailers give vinyl records a spin (06/11/08)
PORTLAND, Ore. -- It was a fortuitous typo for the Fred Meyer retail chain. This spring, an employee intending to order a special CD-DVD edition of R.E.M.'s latest release "Accelerate" inadvertently entered the "LP" code instead. Soon boxes of the big, vinyl discs showed up at several stores...
Annie Watson (06/11/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. — Annie Laster Watson, 82, of Sikeston died Friday, June 6, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Oct. 2, 1925, at Wardell, Mo., daughter of Early and Hattie Griffin Laster. She and Wallace Watson were married Nov. 29, 1943...
Eugene Buford (06/11/08)
ANNA, Ill. — Eugene Buford, 77, of Anna and formerly of Tamms, Ill., died Monday, June 9, 2008, at Memorial Hospital in Carbondale, Ill. He was born July 9, 1930, in Miller City, Ill. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Thursday at Jones Funeral Home in Tamms...
Tom Steimle (06/11/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Tom Steimle, 57, of Shawnee Mission, Kan., formerly of Chaffee, died Monday, June 9, 2008, at his home. Arrangements are incomplete. Announcement courtesy of Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.
Marc Boardman (06/11/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. — Marc Boardman, 54, of Sikeston died Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at his home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Ponder Funeral Home in Sikeston.
Thomas Hodge (06/11/08)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Thomas Elwood Hodge, 73, of Chaffee died Monday, June 9, 2008, at Monticello House in Jackson. He was born Aug. 16, 1934, at Leemon, Mo., son of Elery Lee and Lora Delo Dunn Hodge. Hodge was a member of First Baptist Church. Survivors include two brothers, John Hodge of Kennett, Mo., Richard Hodge of Chaffee; and a sister, Nelda Gross of Leemon...
Michael Walker (06/11/08)
IMPERIAL, Mo. — Michael E. Walker, 56, of Imperial died Sunday, June 8, 2008. He was born Sept. 27, 1951, in St. Louis. Survivors include his wife, Linda C. Grant Walker; his mother, Burna Dean Walker of Fruitland; three brothers, Gary, Marty and Bob Grant; six sisters, Bonnie Wyman of Pocahontas, Jeanette Hammer of Maryland Heights, Mo., Cindy Kramper, Tina Hackworth, Ellen Bruenger, Carolyn Jones; a daughter, Melissa Milward; and two sons, Dale and Kurtis Walker...
Ewing Abernathy (06/11/08)
ALTENBURG, Mo. — Ewing M. Abernathy, 90, of Altenburg died Sunday, June 8, 2008, at Perry Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation. He was born Sept. 24, 1917, at Esther, Mo., son of Duke E. and Marie L. Sander Abernathy. He and Gladys P. Moeslein were married Dec. 25, 1948...
Eugene Cox (06/11/08)
KELSO, Mo. — Eugene Webster Cox, 84, of Kelso passed away Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at his home. He was born Oct. 29, 1923, at Gordonville, son of John and Bertha Hager Cox. He and Helen Louise Leible were married May 30, 1947, at Kelso. Gene worked as a carpenter for Glen Bishop Construction, Hutson Family in Cape Girardeau, and C.A. Hood Millworks. He later purchased Hood Millworks...
Births 6/11/08 (06/11/08)
Grabel Daughter to Wes A. Grabel and J. Kristine Grabel of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 11:21 a.m. Sunday, June 1, 2008. Name, Zea Corrina. Weight, 7 pounds. First child. Mrs. Grabel is the former Kristine Mosebach, daughter of Mary and Tim Pensel of Cape Girardeau and Charlie Mosebach of Benton, Mo. She is a revenue auditor with MedAssets. Grabel is the son of Fred and Kathy Grabel of Cape Girardeau. He is a sales representative with Quantum Audio Designs in Benton...
Police report 6/11/08 (06/11/08)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests n Daniel M. Lawrence, 29, 2501 Melrose Ave., was arrested on a Scott County warrant for nonsupport. n A 15-year-old boy was cited into juvenile court on suspicion of curfew violation...
Fire report 6/11/08 (06/11/08)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday: n At 5:11 p.m., emergency medical service in the 500 block of South Frederick Street. n At 5:27 p.m., emergency medical service in the 600 block of Napa Circle. n At 5:50 p.m., a kitchen fire in the 200 block of South West End Boulevard...
Out of the past 6/11/08 (06/11/08)
25 years ago: June 11, 1983 Cape Girardeau County authorities are treating the disappearance of a Whitewater-area man as a possible homicide after the station wagon he borrowed was found abandoned earlier this week with two bullet holes in the windshield; Kenneth L. Moore, 37, disappeared Wednesday...
Jumping on the bandwagon (06/11/08)
I have a self-acknowledged love/hate relationship with all things political. Having dabbled on the political fringes for far too long, I am slowly -- very slowly -- learning how the political process works. And when I say how the process works, I am most certainly not talking about what you learn in textbooks. I mean the sausage-making process that results in political decisions...
The Kezer case (06/11/08)
The twists keep turning in the Joshua Kezer case. Kezer, in prison on a 1992 conviction for murdering Angela Mischelle Lawless, is trying to get a new trial. Here is what we know: n Neither DNA evidence nor fingerprints put Kezer at the crime scene...
Hospitality for refueling crew (06/11/08)
To the editor: We are writing to express gratitude for the hospitality extended to our son and the members of the 3rd Brigade/142 AVN unit of the New York National Guard as they stopped for refueling their UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport on June 8...
Speak Out 6/11/08 (06/11/08)
Reagan Democrats RATHER THAN beating around the bush by expressing false sympathy for Hillary Clinton in her failed quest for the presidential nomination, the GOP's sycophantic columnists, pundits, bloggers and dirty tricksters should simply start begging one-time Reagan Democrats who supported Clinton in the primary and beg them to support John McCain instead of Barack Obama in the general election...
Albrecht family reunion (06/11/08)
Over Memorial Weekend, the descendants of Louis and Edna Albrecht gathered for a family reunion. The reunion was celebrated as a surprise to Lou Albrecht, Louis and Edna's youngest child and also a member of the National Softball Hall of Fame. Louis and Edna had 9 children: Glenn, Gertrude, Grace, Gordon, Garnett, George, Bob, Betty and Lou. ...
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