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Middle America... slowly picking up the pieces... as they continue to be pounded by powerful storms...

Missouri officials releasing a list with the names of those STILL unaccounted for.

Two hundred and thirty two in total - on that list...

Officials saying they know some of those 232 are dead, but would not say how many.

Missouri officials urging those survivors of the tornado - to check in...

Fox News Radio's Jennifer Keiper is on the ground in Joplin, MO... a town completely DEMOLISHED by a tornado that hit Sunday...

... where families are still trying to reunite with loved ones...

"Well, the Red Cross is helping - and what they've done is create a "safe and well database" - and so someone can stop by the shelter and say to them - my name is Joe Smith, and I'm ok. So if anyone asks, would you let them know?"

And speaking of the Red Cross...

They're on the ground there also -- helping with damage assessments... and travelling through neighborhoods giving out clean up supplies, water and hot meals...

Red Cross Worker from Raleigh, NC -- Lu Esposito - spent some time with Tony at WHAS who wanted to know:

"Well just the clean up alone - how does that work - from the standpoint of logistically?"

...well, Lu?

"They kind of grid the area out, and go into the most critical area's first, make sure they're safe. Then they let the people come in and salvage what they can, and then they'll go in and do the really hard clean up that they have to do with big machines. They get the power on first, and then they go from there."

...buzzing right along...

SEAL Team 6 may have the credit of killing Usama bin Laden - but Mickey Mouse wants his fair share!

Disney - filing a trademark application on May 3RD -- to use the name "SEAL Team 6" on EVERYTHING... and I MEAN EVERYTHING...

...from toys ...to clothing ...to video games... you name it.... even SNOW GLOBES and Christmas Ornaments!

"Would you assume that the marketing genius over there at Disney that came up with that idea - is probably looking for work in Orlando at this point?"

That question, asked of Civil Rights Attorney Kelly Saindon - by Matt Patrick at 95.3MNC Michiana's News Channel.

Saindon's answer:

"You know - I wouldn't - because I gotta tell you - it's a brilliant move. If the NAVY didn't find out about it or do anything - these issues are usually who files first - and so - if Disney had perfected this and gone through - they could have still prevailed against the NAVY just at filing first - So - I don't think it was a bad idea - I just think it was a better idea on their part to realize that this wasn't going to endear them to the hearts of millions and they should probably withdraw their application."

The NAVY didn't like the idea very much... and opted to challenge Disney's attempt to trademark the name of the elite squad responsible for the May 1 killing of the al Qaeda leader.

Just 10 days after Disney's application was submitted - the US NAVY hit back - by filing two of its own applications... seeking trademark status for "SEAL Team" posters and clothing as well as "Navy SEAL" goods and services... identifying the squad as an organization that "develops and executes military missions involving special operations strategy, doctrine and tactics."

Disney says it plans to withdraw the application "out of deference to the Navy."

We'll have to keep an eye on this one...

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your Talk Radio Buzz, from Fox News Radio.