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September 20, 1988 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
"We put the old roof back on, but if you look up, you see stars in the night," Cleveland Kerr, who lives on the poorest and hardest-hit street in this poorest of villages, said with a laugh. "But we're trying," interjected Kerr's next-door neighbor, Alphanso Tyrell, who had just finished clearing two fallen trees and sweeping the hard-packed red earth of his tiny but tidy front yard.
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September 20, 1988 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
"We put the old roof back on, but if you look up, you see stars in the night," Cleveland Kerr, who lives on the poorest and hardest-hit street in this poorest of villages, said with a laugh. "But we're trying," interjected Kerr's next-door neighbor, Alphanso Tyrell, who had just finished clearing two fallen trees and sweeping the hard-packed red earth of his tiny but tidy front yard.
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