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Stories from Sunday, October 3, 2004

Flu vaccine is making late arrival in county (10/03/04)
October is generally when public health centers and private physicians begin giving flu vaccinations, but they're not available yet in Cape Girardeau County. "We're not planning to start until much later in the month or the first of next month," said LaDeva Enderle, public information officer for the Cape Girardeau County Public Health Center...
Finding a bicycle's place on the road (10/03/04)
I don't ride bikes much, haven't since I was 15 years old. I taught my 6-year-old son how to ride a bike several months ago, and I love watching him waddle side to side through the park on his two-wheeler. But I didn't enter the bike shop Wednesday morning to buy a bike for me or my son. I went to write a story...
Bed turning a new feature at quilt show (10/03/04)
Some came to compete, while others came for inspiration. The River Heritage Quilt Show opened at the Arena Building on Saturday, and new to the event was a bed turning, where certain quilts, some going back to the mid-19th century, were showcased on a bed...
Vietnam homecoming (10/03/04)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. After 38 years, Morris Waller is finally at rest. So too are fears and uncertainty of his surviving family and friends, now that their lost son is finally home. On Saturday, more than 100 of Waller's family and friends came together at Waller's full military funeral at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery. ...
Group warns of racist music label (10/03/04)
MINNEAPOLIS -- An anti-discrimination group is warning parents about a "white power" music label that is using bulk mailing lists to send racist CDs to teenagers across the country. An official of Panzerfaust Records said it was pressing 100,000 copies of a "pro-white sampler CD" in a campaign dubbed Project Schoolyard USA, after a similar effort earlier this year in Germany...
Region/state digest 10/03/04 (10/03/04)
Businesses at Cape airport to stay open The Landing Place restaurant and other businesses at the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport including two car rental firms will remain open while the runways are closed to air traffic later this fall because of construction work, airport manager Bruce Loy said. ...
Band's fiery act leaves Michigan club cold (10/03/04)
FLINT, Mich. -- For a few moments last weekend, they were the hottest act in town. But Treephort wore out its welcome at a downtown club when the lead guitarist set his thong on fire, then removed it and scurried around the stage naked. The Atlanta-based band was about 20 minutes into its set Saturday night at Flint Local 432 when guitarist Joe Klein dropped his pants, set fire to the thong and removed it. ...
Billings disgusted with effort in loss to Eastern Illinois (10/03/04)
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- Southeast Missouri State University coach Tim Billings did not hold back with his disgust following the Indians' 35-28 loss at Eastern Illinois Saturday afternoon. While Billngs would have gladly accepted a fluke victory, he knew the Indians deserved a much worse fate than the final seven-point margin after being outgained 612 to 378 in total yardage...
'Combover' engineers given Ig Nobel awards (10/03/04)
BOSTON -- The "combover" has long been a source of bafflement, even as it has provided bald men such as former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani with valuable head coverage. But though reactions to it vary, the combover's importance in hair history is undeniable. For their contribution, the father and son who patented this baldness-beater 26 years ago were awarded an Ig Nobel prize in engineering last week...
Teaching Afghans about democracy is an uphill battle (10/03/04)
MARGAREEN, Afghanistan -- Abdul Razaq stands among the menfolk of this dusty village of Afghan nomads and rejoices that democracy has at last come to his country after more than two decades of warfare. "It means I can finally cast my ballot for Hamid Karzai," the Kuchi tribesman said Saturday, echoing the words of some 300 other men gathered to learn from U.N. education officers how to take part in the Oct. 9 vote. "Karzai is our leader. Karzai is our king," Razaq and the others repeated...
World briefs 10/3/04 (10/03/04)
Commerce returning to Haiti; violence continues GONAIVES, Haiti --On the streets, vendors sold sacks of flour and avocados Saturday as commerce slowly returns to this flood-ravaged city -- with sharply higher prices that are putting a pinch on the desperately poor and hungry. ...
Defenseless Southeast almost pulls out miracle (10/03/04)
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- Southeast Missouri State's defense continued to contain more holes than Swiss cheese, and this time the offense also couldn't hold up its end of the bargain. Yet somehow, the Indians nearly pulled off the miracle before Eastern Illinois held on for a 35-28 Ohio Valley Conference victory in front of 10,124 fans at O'Brien Stadium on Saturday afternoon...
State treasurer candidates expecting competitive race (10/03/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Two days after the August primary elections, the all-star squad of the Missouri Democratic Party appeared before a crowd of thousands assembled on the Capitol lawn to see the presidential ticket of U.S. Sens. John Kerry and John Edwards...
Branson man legally changes name to 'They' (10/03/04)
BRANSON, Mo. -- A Branson man has put a face to the anonymous references people often make to "they" by changing his name to just that: "They." The former Andrew Wilson, a 43-year-old self-employed inventor, was granted legal permission recently by a circuit judge to change his name...
Webster Co. sheriff ordered removed from office, still running (10/03/04)
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- The Webster County sheriff was removed from office for misconduct Friday, but the ouster may not last long. Judge William Hass ordered Sheriff Ron Worsham out of office immediately, ruling that the state presented sufficient evidence during an August trial to find him guilty of neglect of office...
Court- Law barring adult signs can stay in place (10/03/04)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A federal judge has ruled that a new state law banning most sexually oriented billboards along Missouri highways can remain in effect while opponents challenge it in court. The owners of a Kansas City strip club and a company that operates adult bookstores along Interstate 70 sued the state over the law that took effect Aug. 28, saying it violates the companies' First Amendment rights to free speech...
Documentary avoids fast lane in hunt for the American dream (10/03/04)
TOPEKA, Kan. -- Inside a coffee house in southwest Topeka, a documentary film crew interviewed residents here last week for a sense of the modern-day American dream. The crew rolled into town after traveling more than 2,000 miles from Seattle -- all at 10 mph and with a person following behind on a Segway, a small two-wheeled battery-powered vehicle...
Women's riding team shows love of horses and country (10/03/04)
SALINA, Kan. -- As the 10 women who make up the horseback drill team "Quiet Thunder" practiced one of their routines, they smiled and chatted, every once and a while letting out hearty laughs. They shouted out to each other from horseback about what was and wasn't working with the routine they were practicing...
Attorney general faces little-known challenger Nov. 2 (10/03/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon is in his fourth campaign for the office he holds and, if victorious, would become the longest-serving attorney general in Missouri history. Nixon, 48, said he takes his challenger seriously. But Nixon has not bothered to set up a campaign Web site; a machine answers the phone at his campaign office; and -- with about a month until the election -- he has run no television ads...
Volcano a weak link in Pacific 'ring of fire' (10/03/04)
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Three or four times every minute, Mount St. Helens shivered. Sometimes the majestic peak even shuddered, the trembling beneath reaching a crescendo, a magnitude of 3.3. The earthquakes that started a week ago -- precursors to Friday's eruption -- are a reminder that the 8,364-foot sleeping giant is but a part of a volcanic "ring of fire" so vast that it encircles the Pacific Ocean...
VA changes rules for ex-POWs' heart ailments (10/03/04)
ARLINGTON, Texas -- All former U.S. prisoners of war who suffer from heart disease or stroke will receive government health-care benefits without having to prove the ailments were linked to their captivity, Veterans Affairs Secretary Anthony Principi said Saturday night. ...
Mount St. Helens danger level rises (10/03/04)
SEATTLE -- Government scientists raised the alert level Saturday for Mount St. Helens after its second steam eruption in two days was followed by a powerful tremor. They said the next eruption was imminent or in progress, and could threaten life and property in the remote area near the volcano...
Campaign finale may see October surprises (10/03/04)
WASHINGTON -- In the presidential campaign's closing weeks, Democrats are bracing for an "October Surprise," an event so dramatic it could influence the election's outcome. The capture of Osama bin Laden, for instance. It's part of American political lore: the party out of power worries about a last-minute surprise engineered by the party in power. ...
Soldiers take Iraqi militants' stronghold (10/03/04)
SAMARRA, Iraq -- Afraid to stray from home, residents buried the dead in their gardens Saturday as U.S. and Iraqi forces battled pockets of resistance in this former insurgent stronghold, where the American military said 125 rebels were killed and 88 captured in two days of fierce fighting...
At least 44 dead, many injured in spate of attacks in northeast (10/03/04)
GAUHATI, India -- In a shattering series of attacks, suspected separatists hit nine targets -- a railroad station and eight markets -- with bombs and gunfire across two states in northeastern India on Saturday, killing at least 44 people. The violence was some of the deadliest to hit this ethnic patchwork region, where more than three dozen insurgent groups have been active -- including one of Asia's longest running separatist conflicts, dating to shortly before India gained independence from Britain in 1947.. ...
Rams nearly perfect in Friday win (10/03/04)
With Matt Schaefer around Friday night, it was almost hard to notice that the rest of the Scott City football team was doing its part in a near-perfect first half. Schaefer, the Rams' elusive senior running back and the area's leading rusher for the second year running, piled up 198 yards and four touchdowns in the first half of a 47-20 victory against Chaffee. He finished with 220 yards rushing and five TDs on 21 carries...
Perryville struggles in homecoming loss (10/03/04)
Disappointed. Embarrassed. Upset. Those are likely just a few of the feelings that went through Perryville football coach Rick Chastain's head as he watched his Pirates fall 20-0 Saturday at the hands of previously winless Park Hills Central on homecoming day at Perryville...
ND boys finish second in own meet (10/03/04)
The Notre Dame boys cross country team had three runners in the top seven to finish second Saturday at the third annual Notre Dame Invitational at Notre Dame Regional High School. Poplar Bluff dominated the boys division, claiming the top four spots. John-Mark Lewis won the meet with a meet record 16 minutes and 24 seconds...
Letter Oct3 (10/03/04)
Thanks to community To the editor: Words cannot express our gratefulness to all of you who are helping us through these difficult times in the loss of our beloved son, Jason Benjamin Schafer, but we will try. Whether it be prayers, a speaking part, pallbearers, special music, money contributions, ushers, the signing of the basketballs or pictures, dedications of his initials on the JHS football helmets, planting a tree, wearing No. ...
Unlikely winner has enjoyed many walks in sunshine (10/03/04)
Murle MacKenzie Lindstrom Breer's time in Cape Girardeau, which she estimates was about 18 months or two years, was brief. But it was memorable. Then known as Murle Lindstrom, she was a Cape Girardeau resident when she accomplished one of the most memorable athletic achievements for someone with ties to the area...
FanSpeak Oct3 (10/03/04)
Pardon our French GOOD THING we don't expect sports people to be good at foreign languages. Au revoire? But why try if the result is going to be so laughable? (Au revoir was spelled incorrectly in Thursday's edition. We regret the error.) Need more participation...
Williams tabbed for playoff opener (10/03/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Woody Williams has the fewest victories on the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation. But he, not Matt Morris, will get the honor of starting their playoff opener. "More than anything else, he's feeling physically the best he's felt all year," St. Louis manager Tony La Russa said Saturday. "We think it gives us the best shot in case there's a Game 5."...
Marquis shaky in prep for playoffs (10/03/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Ben Sheets put a stylish finish on a frustrating season, shutting down the National League's best team. Sheets threw his fifth complete game of the season and the Milwaukee Brewers took advantage of a shaky playoff tuneup by Jason Marquis for a 5-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday...
Wisconsin's Davis too much for Illini (10/03/04)
MADISON, Wis. -- Anthony Davis made up for his missed month in a hurry. Davis returned from an eye injury Saturday and sparked No. 20 Wisconsin's 24-7 victory over Illinois by rushing for 213 yards and three touchdowns. Davis took care of a stagnant offense, and the defense was as dominant as ever. The Badgers (5-0, 2-0 Big Ten) held their fifth straight opponent to a touchdown or less, a feat they last achieved in 1951...
Rams ready to revisit dome deal (10/03/04)
ST. LOUIS -- At the end of this season St. Louis Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce will have played on the lightning-fast artificial turf at the Edward Jones Dome for since 1995, and he has the unsightly turf burns to prove it. "They're not permanent," Bruce said, displaying various spots of discoloration on his arms. "They'll go away."...
St. Louis tries to get back on track (10/03/04)
SAN FRANCISCO -- When Brandon Lloyd was a college student interning at a St. Louis television station, Rams receiver Isaac Bruce gave a few tips on NFL life to the Illinois standout. When Rashaun Woods was preparing for the draft at Oklahoma State last year, Bruce called him to provide insight and instruction...
Missouri turns back Colorado (10/03/04)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri survived costly penalties and three missed field goals with a dominating second-half defense Saturday, beating Colorado 17-9 in the Big 12 opener for both teams. The Tigers (3-1) beat Colorado (3-1) for the first time since 1998 and just the third time in 20 years...
Woodlands, turkeys seem to go together (10/03/04)
Special to the Southeast Missouri A caravan of minivans pulled through a service gate and down a trail leading to a managed pine savanna complex. The passengers are foresters and wildlife biologists headed to a land management workshop. I couldn't help chuckling as one of the vans pulled off the trail onto an adjoining fireline and parked. ...
Indians have been anything but boring in two OVC games (10/03/04)
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- Through two games of Southeast Missouri State University's Ohio Valley Conference football schedule, one thing is clear. There are few dull moments where the Indians are concerned. One week after a wild 51-48, four-overtime victory over Samford, the Indians were totally outplayed Saturday by Eastern Illinois in their first OVC road contest...
Corrections 10/3/04 (10/03/04)
Corrections In Friday's edition, Jefferson City's mascot was incorrect. The school's nickname is Jays. We regret the error. The Chaffee football player pictured in Thursday's edition was Buddy Walker, whose name did not appear on the Chaffee roster. We regret the error...
Area digest Oct3 (10/03/04)
Yellow Book USA wins Division II title Yellow Book USA, the runner-up in the Corporate Games' Division II (99 or fewer employees) last year, captured the championship this year by a narrow margin. The event concluded Friday night with final events at Osage Community Centre and closing ceremonies at Shawnee Park Sports Complex...
Poncho panache (10/03/04)
NEW YORK -- It was mere months ago that most fashion fans would have shunned a poncho. n You can almost hear them saying, "What, that shapeless thing?! Our hippy-dippy mothers wore it -- and we won't." But that was months ago, and the fashion cycle has gone full circle...
Skirts to suit every female (10/03/04)
NEW YORK -- Forget fall. Fashion designers and their inner circles have moved on to spring. They recently made their predictions of what the hot looks will be during New York Fashion Week. The big story is skirts. "I understand skirts are selling well for fall, so it seems like a good decision," said Cindi Leive, Glamour's editor in chief...
Seeing San Francisco sites by electric car (10/03/04)
SAN FRANCISCO -- It's not the hippest thing on four wheels, but a tiny electric car that is smaller than most golf carts offers a fresh way to see familiar San Francisco landmarks. It also will make you a tourist attraction. "Oh, way to ride!" a camera-toting out-of-of-towner called out as a friend and I inched down Lombard Street, the San Francisco attraction known as the "crookedest street in the world." His was one of many odd stares we got from young and old alike as we braved San Francisco's crowded streets in a doorless, fire-engine red Global Electric Motorcar -- which maxes out at 29 mph.. ...
Polished presence (10/03/04)
house under construction offers homeowners a nearly blank canvas for design. It gives the advantage of having never been anyone else's decorating backdrop. Midwest Construction Co. is building the house at 2124 Perryville Road in Cape Girardeau and a number of local builders and craftsman have contributed to the project. The house is being featured during the "Parade of Homes," today through Oct. 10...
Illinois hopes seasonal celebrations boost travel (10/03/04)
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Illinois bills itself as the country's leading producer of pumpkins, with the town of Morton as the "pumpkin capital" -- an epicenter of all things round and orange. Family-friendly roadside patches and harvest celebrations throughout the state make it an ideal autumn destination...
Book guides mothers on re-entering work force (10/03/04)
NEW YORK -- For some mothers who took time off after childbirth, deciding to go back to work is the easy part. The real challenge is finding work that will be emotionally and financially rewarding, and that still allows them to do their other full-time job: raising the kids...
Silver screen innovation-AMC, Lions Gate team up to distribute (10/03/04)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A new science fiction movie starring Robin Williams is coming to theaters with a little high-tech wizardry of its own. "The Final Cut," which tells of computer chips that record a person's life but can be edited of wrongdoing after death, will be released on Oct. 15 in 27 markets. The movie will be shown exclusively at 115 theaters operated by AMC Theaters, the film's distributor, Lions Gate Films, said Thursday...
Robert Achenbach (10/03/04)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Robert Charles Achenbach, 89, of Cairo died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Daystar Care Center. He was born May 15, 1915, in Muskeegan Heights, Mich., son of Charles and Clara VanBroukerst Achenbach. He and Francoise Mary were married in 1937...
Loretta Baker (10/03/04)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. -- Loretta Ann Baker, 56, of Portageville died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 27, 1947, in Tiptonville, Tenn., daughter of James Lee "Tiny" and Lillie Blakley Williams. She and Kenneth Baker were married Aug. 8, 1975, in Joliet, Ill. He died July 5, 2000...
Lorene Sauer (10/03/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Lorene A. Sauer, 82, of Perryville died Saturday, Oct. 2, 2004, at Perry Oaks Manor in Perryville. She was born April 15, 1922, in Biehle, Mo., daughter of Louis and Josephine Baundendistel Gebhardt. She and Lonnie L. Sauer were married Oct. 20, 1945...
Larry Chamness (10/03/04)
ANNA, Ill. -- Larry Chamness, 58, of Anna died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Union County Hospital. He was born Oct. 1, 1946, at Anna, son of Frank and Eva Kinder Chamness. He was a retired ironworker and a member of First Baptist Church in Anna. He served in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam War and was a member of VFW Post 3455...
Births 10/3/04 (10/03/04)
Gleason Son to Aaron and Brenda Gleason of Chesterfield, Mo., St. Luke's Hospital, 10:44 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3, 2004. Name, Carter Kai. Weight, 6 pounds 4 ounces. First child. Mrs. Gleason is the former Brenda Thompson, daughter of Linda Thompson of Jackson, and the late Glen Thompson. ...
Hilterbrand-Slatinsky (10/03/04)
Cheryl Katherine Hilterbrand and Neil Slatinsky were married May 11, 2003, in an outdoor setting at Enchanted Hills in Springfield, Mo. Michael Hutchens performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Melinda Hilterbrand of Cape Girardeau and Kenneth Hilterbrand of Jackson. The groom is the son of Cathy Slatinsky and Christopher Slatinsky of Springfield...
Bess-Scheffer (10/03/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Idona Sue Bess and Martin James Scheffer were married Aug. 14, 2004, at the Courthouse Park gazebo in Cape Girardeau. Judge John P. Heisserer, cousin of the groom, performed the ceremony. The late Dennis and Ruth Ann Bess of Chaffee are parents of the bride. The groom is the son of the late Lawrence and Adella Scheffer of Chaffee...
O'Connell-Hahn (10/03/04)
ORAN, Mo. -- Lenell Diane O'Connell and Justin Andrew Hahn were married Aug. 15, 2004, at Guardian Angel Catholic Church in Oran. The Revs. J. Freidel, Lewis Hejna and John Harth performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Diane O'Connell of Kennett, Mo. The groom is the son of Morris and Shirley Hahn of Oran...
LeDure-Rhyne (10/03/04)
Grace United Methodist Church was the setting June 5, 2004, for the wedding of Stephanie Rhea LeDure and Charles Wayne Rhyne. The Rev. Scott Moon performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Wilma LeDure of Scott City, and the late Garland LeDure. The groom is the son of Paula Woods of Scott City...
Lambert-Hottel (10/03/04)
Holly Lee Lambert and John Thomas Hottel exchanged vows June 16, 2004, at Princess Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nev. The Rev. H. Glenn Morris performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Tom and Debra Lambert of Scott City. The groom is the son of Kristina Hottel and Dave Perreault of Twin Falls, Idaho...
Clabaugh-O'Shea (10/03/04)
Courtney Lee Clabaugh and William Michael O'Shea Jr. were married April 17, 2004, in an outdoor setting at historic Congress Hall in Cape May, N.J. Mayor Jerome Inderweis performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are David and DeeAnna Clabaugh of Jackson, and William and Elaine O'Shea of Cape May...
Baber-Cook (10/03/04)
Kerri Elizabeth Baber and Douglas Wilson Cook were married Sept. 5, 2004, at Deerfield Lodge. Fred Poston performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Margaret Baber of Cape Girardeau, and David and Marsha Baber of Scott City. The groom is the son of Glen and Mary Ellen Cook of Cape Girardeau...
Fire report 10/03/04 (10/03/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items on Friday: At 8:40 p.m., emergency medical service to the 1200 block of Benton Street. At 11:24 p.m., citizen assistance at the 1100 block of Linden Street. Firefighters responded to the following items on Saturday:...
Sheriff's report 10/03/04 (10/03/04)
The following items were released Friday by the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Lori G. Wolfe, 19, of Cape Girardeau was arrested Sept. 25 on a warrant from Alexander County, Ill., for failure to appear on an original charge of driving under the influence...
Police report 10/03/04 (10/03/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Saturday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs Phillip A. Brown, 47, of 13 N. Fountain St., received a summons for driving while intoxicated. Matthew L. Litzelfelner, 19, of 208A S. Pacific St., received a summons for driving while intoxicated...
Out of the past 10/3/04 (10/03/04)
25 years ago: Oct. 3, 1979 The Southeast Missourian marks its 75th anniversary, reaffirming the promise made by George, Fred and Harry Naeter in 1904 to bring Cape Girardeau a quality newspaper. Program designed to give portion of downtown Cape Girardeau a major facelift was presented to the city council last night; A.M. Spradling Jr. asked the council for the legal tools to form a Cape Girardeau Redevelopment Corp., which would oversee the downtown redevelopment...
The myth of corporate accountability (10/03/04)
In recent years, thousands of good-paying American jobs have been sent overseas. Free trade has made it much easier for corporations to do business elsewhere, but free trade does not make it easier to protect workers and the environment elsewhere. This results in lost American jobs and downward pressure on American wages and benefits; leading to just what short-sighted leaders in the world business community hoped for -- to make quarterly results better...
Century of service, commitment to the future (10/03/04)
This is a day of celebration for the Southeast Missourian, and the festivities will last for another year. Today -- Oct. 3, 2004 -- is the 100th anniversary of the Southeast Missourian. Over the years, the Southeast Missourian has worked hard to make Cape Girardeau and the region it serves a better place in so many ways. ...
Dwight Thomas- Father, friend, hero (10/03/04)
To the editor: The Sept. 24 article regarding my father, Dwight Thomas, was brought to my attention through a friend who did not appreciate the tone of the article. I would like to know why this negative style of journalism was included in an obituary article. Some of the unproven rumors that were mentioned were painful and a slap in the face to my father's friends, family and memory. I do not believe our feelings were considered...
Not the Pat Patterson in article (10/03/04)
To the editor: Regarding Friday's article, "Partisan crowds: Area supporters came out to cheer on their favorite": I am the owner of Pat Patterson Photography. Many people, especially Republicans for whom I have made portraits, have questioned me in regard to the unflattering remarks about President Bush's attitude during Thursday's debate...
Speak Out 10/03/04 (10/03/04)
Voting advice THANK GOD for the ministers and preachers and others who aren't afraid to hurt some of the flock's feelings by telling the truth about what you should stand for and vote for if you're a Christian. I've seen many squirm in their seats and later say the preacher shouldn't have done that. ...
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