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Stories from Monday, October 18, 2004

Cowboy church takes to trail (10/18/04)
MORLEY, Mo. -- The eatin' was beans, taters and corn bread. The seatin' was hay bales and lawn chairs. The singin' was country gospel music. More than 400 people enjoyed a cool Sunday afternoon of a "ranch style" worship service in Morley with the Cape County Cowboy Church at Fruitland...
McClure seeks incorporation to ease rules on flood areas (10/18/04)
McCLURE, Ill. -- A state highway sign on Illinois Highway 3 tells motorists they're entering McClure. But legally the small town is nowhere, an unincorporated collection of mostly small frame homes and family businesses that have to abide by Alexander County building restrictions...
Tree limb pins man for hours (10/18/04)
A Chaffee, Mo., man was pinned to a tree for nearly three hours Sunday while 27 area firefighters and paramedics carefully extricated him. Around 10:15 a.m. at 1934 County Road 261 near Arbor, Glenndon Kennedy, 29, was helping a friend cut a limb from an oak tree for firewood. The limb broke when he was halfway through, he said, and the top of the limb hit the ground and bounced, causing the broken end to spring up and pin Kennedy against the trunk of the tree...
2004 campaign marked by volunteerism (10/18/04)
The United Way of Southeast Missouri began its 2004 campaign in September. Many companies will be running their campaigns through October. Blitz Day, made up of volunteers recruited through local United Way-funded agencies and local businesses to solicit support for the campaign, kicked off Sept. 15...
School districts raise $42,000 for United Way (10/18/04)
Awards were presented at the recent Cape Girardeau/Jackson football game for school districts' efforts in raising money for the 2004 United Way of Southeast Missouri campaign. The United Way Spirit Award was presented to Jackson School District students for raising the most funds per student for a total of $10,510, representing $2.31 per student, a $667 increase over last year. ...
Community digest 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Scott County genealogy group meets Tuesday The Scott County Historical and Genealogy Society will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Scott County Courthouse in Benton, Mo. Society member Margaret Cline Harmon of Cape Girardeau will speak on her internship at the State Archives in Jefferson City. ...
Community Q&A 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
n Name: Jan Stewart Lives in: Cape Girardeau Family: Husband, Kevin; son, Mark; daughter, Sara. Job: Diabetes educator at Southeast Missouri Hospital. What do you like most about the area? The four distinct seasons, the beautiful landscape, the rich historical resources...
Pink Ribbon luncheon targets breast cancer (10/18/04)
Every two and a half minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. Every 14 minutes, a life is lost due to the disease. The American Cancer Society's Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon brought to light these facts and other serious statistics for the women who gathered at the N'Orleans restaurant...
Otahks' OVC title dreams end in double OT (10/18/04)
Despite controlling the action, Southeast lost 1-0 to Murray State. Soccer can often be a cruel sport -- as Southeast Missouri State University's Otahkians demonstrated Sunday afternoon. The Otahkians controlled most of the play and had by far the better scoring chances -- yet Murray State was able to squeeze out a 1-0 victory in double-overtime...
Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda (10/18/04)
7:30 p.m. today City hall Action items An ordinance accepting a sewer easement from the James and John Johannes Trust. An ordinance approving a cost participation agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission regarding the Jackson Boulevard/South Hope Street sewer relocation project...
Saint Francis honors rehab success (10/18/04)
Fourteen individuals have been recognized by Saint Francis Medical Center for outstanding achievements in their individual rehabilitation treatment programs and were inducted to the Saint Francis Rehabilitation "Wall of Fame." A ceremony was held recently to honor these patients, their rehabilitation therapists and those individuals and organizations making significant contributions in the lives of people with disabilities...
Agriculture tour promotes women's work on farms (10/18/04)
Though women often contribute on farms, few women are offered information on agriculture techniques and conserving land. Women in Cape Girardeau and Perry counties hope to change that with an annual Women in Agriculture Tour. Sponsored by the Natural Resources Conservation Services, soil and water conservation districts in Cpae Girardeau and Perry counties, and the Department of Natural Resources, 50 women began this year's tour with a visit to Ron Versemann's 49-acre farm in Shawneetown...
Area caseworker receives award for adoption work (10/18/04)
It isn't always the stork who brings children to homes; sometimes it's an angel. Candy Wilfong, a caseworker with the Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division, was recently honored in Washington, D.C., as a Congressional Angel in Adoption, one of 175 across the country. Wilfong has been an adoption specialist for five years and has assisted in creating 133 new families in the 32nd Judicial District, made up of Cape Girardeau, Bollinger and Perry counties...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda (10/18/04)
7 p.m. today City hall, 401 Independence Study session at 5 p.m. Proclamations Proclamation for the 50th anniversary of KFVS12. Proclamation for United Nations Day. Public hearings A public hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the zoning ordinance revising the definition of a home occupation...
Cape Girardeau School Board agenda (10/18/04)
6 p.m. today at 301 N. Clark On the agenda: Update on Central High School building improvement plan Approval of professional development plan for 2004-2005 Approval of policy reference change Reports Fund transfers Board policies, first reading...
Legislative races not as hot as in '02 (10/18/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Many eyes were on Missouri in the 2002 general elections as one or both state legislative chambers were viewed as having strong potential for a switch in partisan control. This year neither the Missouri Senate nor House of Representatives, both Republican-led, is on the national watch list of chambers that could face a political shakeup after Nov. 2, according to an elections analyst monitoring statehouse races across the country...
Navy changes dress code; makes skirts optional (10/18/04)
The U.S. Navy is getting a 21st century makeover, with a new dress code that makes skirts optional for its more than 54,000 female sailors for the first time since women officially entered the service in 1908. Women can still choose to wear skirts, which come in colors that vary according to rank and sometimes the season. ...
7 ex-Gitmo prisoners go back on anti-terror promise (10/18/04)
WASHINGTON -- Despite gaining their freedom by signing pledges to renounce violence, at least seven former prisoners of the United States at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have returned to terrorism, at times with deadly consequences. At least two are believed to have died in fighting in Afghanistan, and a third was recaptured during a raid of a suspected training camp in Afghanistan, Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico, a Pentagon spokesman, said last week. Others are at large...
Study says wealth gap widened for blacks, Hispanics (10/18/04)
WASHINGTON -- The enormous wealth gap between white families and blacks and Hispanics grew larger after the most recent recession, a private analysis of government data finds. White households had a median net worth of greater than $88,000 in 2002, 11 times more than Hispanics and more than 14 times that of blacks, the Pew Hispanic Center said in a study being released today...
Kerry accuses Bush of 'January surprise' on Social Security (10/18/04)
WASHINGTON -- Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry accused President Bush on Sunday of planning a surprise second-term attempt to privatize Social Security, and forecast a "disaster for America's middle class." Republican party chairman Ed Gillespie called the charge "just flat inaccurate."...
Man may have killed family before starting wildfire, suicide (10/18/04)
BRENTWOOD, Calif. -- Preliminary information suggests that a man who apparently committed suicide after setting a fire in Yosemite National Park had earlier killed his wife and two young daughters, police said Sunday. The bodies of Michelle Celebrini, 32, and her daughters, 6-year-old Nina Celebrini and 9-year-old Samantha Foutch, were found Saturday in their home in Brentwood, about 50 miles east of San Francisco...
World briefs 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Karzai's rivals bank on fraud probe KABUL, Afghanistan -- Hamid Karzai's rivals said Sunday it was too early to call Afghanistan's inaugural presidential election, despite the interim leader's dominant showing after three days of vote-counting. The U.S.-backed incumbent's main challenger, Yunus Qanooni, insisted that a full count and a proper investigation by a panel of foreign experts on fraud allegations could yet put him in the running...
Al-Zarqawi's terrorist group declares allegiance to al-Qaida (10/18/04)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The most feared militant group in Iraq, the movement of terror mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, declared its allegiance to Osama bin Laden on Sunday, saying it had agreed with al-Qaida over strategy and the need for unity against "the enemies of Islam."...
Symbol of Ethiopia's famine now a college student (10/18/04)
MEKELE, Ethiopia -- She was famine's poster child -- a 3-year-old Ethiopian girl snatched from death and gazing at the world through exhausted eyes, her emaciated body wrapped in a white burial shroud. In 1984, Birhan Weldu's face haunted the Band Aid rock concert for hunger relief. Today, she is a healthy college student who represents both the success of the relief effort and the world's failure to deal with the root causes of famine...
Developments in Iraq on Sunday (10/18/04)
n U.S. troops pounded Fallujah with airstrikes and tank fire Sunday, and the Iraqi government appealed to residents to expel "foreign terrorists" to prevent an all-out attack. Throughout the day, the crackle of automatic weapons fire and the thud of artillery echoed across Fallujah, 40 miles west of Baghdad, as fighting between American troops and insurgents raged on the eastern and southern edges of the city, witnesses said...
Masters wins JV race at North County (10/18/04)
Sam Masters of Jackson finished first in the junior varsity boys race at the North County Invitational on Saturday, while mandy Craven of Jackson finished second in the JV girls race. North County Invitational Boys JUNIOR VARSITY JACKSON RESULTS -- 1. SAM MASTERS 19:17; 21. KYLE TROUSDALE 21:31; 31. DAVID LAW 22:10; 36. ZACH DUMEY 22:45; 40. NICK GRIESHOP 22:58...
Tigers earn respect in tough sectional loss (10/18/04)
The Central tennis team planned on a long day Saturday. The Tigers were hopeful that would involve two matches instead of one marathon loss. Central took Lafayette to the limit on Saturday before succumbing 5-4 in a Class 2 sectional match that lasted more than four hours at Lafayette High School in Wildwood, Mo...
Red Sox need a comeback of historical proportions vs. Yanks (10/18/04)
BOSTON -- High over the Boston skyline, the message in lights on the towering Prudential Building read: "Go Sox." That should soon be changed to: "Sox Gone." No major league baseball team has ever come out of a three-games-to-none hole in a postseason series, and the battered, bruised and embarrassed Boston Red Sox surely don't seem ready to do it against the torrid New York Yankees...
Sundays NFL results - Week 6 (10/18/04)
Patriots 30, Seahawks 20 The New England Patriots stopped a late Seattle comeback as they extended their NFL record for consecutive wins to 20. They also tied the league record with their 17th consecutive regular-season victory. For a while, though, the streak appeared in jeopardy. ...
Rams, Bucs to put rivalry, struggles on national stage (10/18/04)
Rams captain Tyoka Jackson will likely miss the Monday Night Football game against his former team. By R.B. Fallstrom ~ The Associated Press ST. LOUIS -- Of all times to be injured, Tyoka Jackson is about to miss his biggest rivalry game. The St. Louis defensive lineman is doubtful for tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for whom he played for five seasons, because of a pulled left hamstring. By his count he'd missed only one practice in his career before getting hurt...
Astros' 20-game winner struggles to find form in Game 4 (10/18/04)
HOUSTON -- Roy Oswalt was one worry the Houston Astros hadn't counted on against the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL championship series. The league's only 20-game winner. Two wins in two decisions with a 2.25 ERA in three starts against the Cardinals. Clinching win over Atlanta in Game 5 of the division series last Monday...
Minute Maid's roof eclipses sun in both Games 3, 4 (10/18/04)
HOUSTON -- Despite sunny skies, it was a closed issue at Minute Maid Park -- the retractable roof was shut for Games 3 and 4 of the NL championship series. The plan is to keep it open, however, on Monday night for Game 5 between the St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros...
Cardinals lose lead in game, series as Beltran strikes again (10/18/04)
HOUSTON -- Julian Tavarez must have forgotten about Carlos Beltran when he said the Cardinals didn't think the Houston Astros were so special. Beltran struck again Sunday, homering in a record fifth straight postseason game and lifting the Astros over St. Louis 6-5 to even the NL championship series at 2...
Cards relief falters at critical time (10/18/04)
St. Louis' bullpen has been giving up home runs at an alarming rate. By Jaime Aron ~ The Associated Press HOUSTON -- Suddenly, it's the St. Louis Cardinals questioning the quality of their middle relief in the NL championship series. After winning the first two games by knocking around the early men in Houston's bullpen, the Cardinals saw their set-up guys fail to bail them out of trouble Sunday for the second straight game...
Busch overcomes problems, still leads (10/18/04)
CONCORD, N.C. -- If Kurt Busch goes on to win his first NASCAR title, he can point to the 500 miles at Lowe's Motor Speedway as the defining race of his season. Busch rallied from a fender-bender in practice, a wreck on the first lap of the race, battled with a temperamental car and avoided two near disasters...
Sorenstam overtakes Park with late charge at Samsung (10/18/04)
Annika Sorenstam charged from three shots back over the final five holes to overtake Grace Park and win her fourth Samsung World Championship. Sorenstam, the winner of six of her 15 tour events this year, shot a closing 5-under 67 to finish 18 under, three shots ahead of Park. The leader the first three days, Park finished with two bogeys for a 73...
Tigers take no solace in close loss (10/18/04)
AUSTIN, Texas -- Missouri coach Gary Pinkel was not impressed that his Tigers played No. 9 Texas close on Saturday before losing 28-20. Missouri pulled within 28-20 in the fourth quarter and had driven 77 yards in 16 plays with a chance to tie, but a sack of quarterback Brad Smith and three straight incomplete passes gave the ball back to Texas, effectively ending the game and dropping Missouri (4-2, 2-1 Big 12) into a tie with Nebraska atop the Big 12 North...
Red Sox stay alive on 12th-inning home run (10/18/04)
BOSTON -- Down to their last three outs of the season, the Boston Red Sox rallied -- against Mariano Rivera, the New York Yankees and decades of disappointment. Bill Mueller singled home the tying run off Rivera in the ninth inning and David Ortiz homered against Paul Quantrill in the 12th, leading Boston to a 6-4 victory over the Yankees on Sunday night that avoided a four-game sweep in the AL championship series...
Sports briefs 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Baseball n Two-time All-Star Ray Boone, patriarch of a three-generation baseball family, died early Sunday following a long illness. He was 81. Boone's wife, Pat, said he had been hospitalized for six months following complications from surgery. Boone played from 1948-60 with six teams and was followed into the big leagues by son Bob and grandsons Bret and Aaron...
Fantasticks moves after 20 years (10/18/04)
trehagen After 20 years in the Plaza Galleria, The Fantasticks has found a new home in the Westfield Shoppingtown West Park in Cape Girardeau. The collectibles, home accent and holiday store recently opened up in the old Gospeland shop near J.C. Penney and across from Old Navy...
Brooke Shields confidently steps into 'Wonderful Town' (10/18/04)
NEW YORK -- Who knew that the opening of a sofa bed could be the key that unlocks an audience's affection -- and gets them foursquare on the side of one Broadway musical's new leading lady? It doesn't take long. Maybe 15 minutes or so into the revival of "Wonderful Town" when Brooke Shields, as would-be writer Ruth Sherwood, battles a recalcitrant couch in a dumpy Greenwich Village apartment...
'Shark Tale' leads for third straight weekend (10/18/04)
LOS ANGELES -- Movie-goers stuck with fish and football over puppets as "Shark Tale" and "Friday Night Lights" retained the top two box-office spots for another weekend. The animated "Shark Tale" was No. 1 for the third straight weekend, pulling in $22.1 million, studio estimates showed Sunday. With the family audience almost entirely to itself, "Shark Tale" had climbed to a 17-day domestic total of $118.8 million...
Trump opens his diary for 'Apprentice' devotees (10/18/04)
Most of us will never be billionaires, but Donald J. Trump contends we all could think like one. Trump tells us at length that billionaires can have incredibly fun lives. Work is not work but an extension of a passion for living to the fullest, succeeding, acquiring, consuming. If you consider your job a burden, you're in the wrong field and clearly not thinking like a billionaire, Trump advises in his new book, "Think Like a Billionaire."...
Business memo 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Bank of Missouri opening Columbia office The Bank of Missouri recently announced that it will be opening a loan production office in Columbia, Mo. The Bank of Missouri has total assets of $375 million and is located in Perryville, Cape Girardeau, Jackson and Marble Hill...
People on the move 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Cape man named Trisler district manager Trisler Seed Farms Inc. recently announced that Steven Peel of Cape Girardeau has been hired as its new district sales manager. Peel will be working in the Mississippi River region of eastern Missouri and western Illinois...
Fruitland couple make best of their situation by baking (10/18/04)
A lot of people have dreams of owning their own business, being their own boss. But sometimes dreams are fragile things. Fruitland's Kevin and Palmi Henry had aspirations of owning a bed and breakfast. But in 1999 Kevin Henry was diagnosed with a neurological disorder that will take his life. Their lives and dreams were put on hold...
Israeli-invented jammers squelch use of cell phones (10/18/04)
Private use of cell phone blockers is illegal in most Western countries, but the tide is turning. By Olga R. Rodriguez ~ The Associated Press MONTERREY, Mexico -- It was the reporters who noticed first. Unable to call their editors while covering the weddings of the rich and famous, they asked the priest why their cell phones never worked at Sacred Heart...
Software disasters often are people problems (10/18/04)
The consequences of software failures are rarely trivial. By Matthews Fordahl ~ The Associated Press SAN JOSE, Calif. -- New software at Hewlett-Packard Co. was supposed to get orders in and out the door faster at the computer giant. Instead, a botched deployment cut into earnings in a big way in August and executives got fired...
Kenneth Hutchison (10/18/04)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Kenneth Wayne Hutchison, 57, of Mounds died Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004, at his home. He was born June 19, 1947, at Seward, Neb., son of Wayne and Sarah Davis Hutchison. Hutchison was an oil worker. Survivors include his mother of Ontario, Ore.; a son, Willie Hutchison; a brother, Robert Hutchison of Overgaard, Arz.; and three sisters, Barbara Stowe of Ontario, Norma Fiessinger of Cairo, Ill., and Bonnie Sue DiMaria of Costa Mesa, Calif...
Donald Dockins (10/18/04)
Donald Dockins, 55, of Oak Ridge died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson.
Lisa Poston (10/18/04)
Lisa G. Poston, 45, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 15, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital at Cape Girardeau. She was born Sept. 4, 1959, at St. Louis, Mo., daughter of Edward and Margaret McCormick Shell. She and Ron Poston were married Sept. 19, 1991, at Cape Girardeau...
Frances Wubker (10/18/04)
LEOPOLD, Mo. -- Frances Helena Wubker died at her home in Leopold at the age of 100 on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004. She was born in St. Louis, Mo., to John and Frances Koester Seiler on March 3, 1904. On May 6, 1925, she married Henry Wubker. He died in August 1978...
Hildegard Rathjen (10/18/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Hildegard Rathjen, of Perryville died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Young and Sons Funeral Home.
Curtis Kelley (10/18/04)
Curtis A. "Curt" Kelley, 91, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Sprigg Street Funeral Home.
Frances Koenig (10/18/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Frances T. Koenig, 83, of Perryville died Sunday, Oct. 17, 2004, at Perry County Nursing Home. She was born April 23, 1921, in Perry County, daughter of John and Amanda Lorenz Koenig. She was a seamstress and housekeeper, and was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Perryville...
Elvin Eaker (10/18/04)
Elvin Elmer "Dib" Eaker, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004, at the Missouri Veterans Home. He was born Aug. 8, 1910, in Marble Hill, Mo., son of Noah and Ollie Shelton Eaker. He and Elsie Loos were married Sept. 1, 1930, in Benton, Mo. She died April 21, 2003...
Hazel Hardy (10/18/04)
Hazel Hardy, 94, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Essex, Mo., died Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004, at Ratcliff Care Center at Cape Girardeau. She was born June 28, 1910, at Essex, daughter of Randall and Sarah Taylor Langley. She and James Hardy were married Nov. 20, 1941, at Dexter, Mo...
Cape fire report 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday: At 12:14 p.m., vehicle fire at the 91 mile marker on northbound Interstate 55. At 1:22 p.m., emergency medical service in the 2500 block of Fairlane Drive. At 5:02 p.m., medical assist at Capaha Park...
Region/state digest 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Kelso man injured in motorcycle accident A Kelso, Mo., man was seriously injured at 1 p.m. Saturday from a motorcycle accident on Route UU, four miles southeast of Scopus, Mo., the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. William LeGrand, 43, failed to negotiate a curve, ran off the road. He was taken to Saint Francis Medical Center...
Cape police report 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Sunday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Jeffrey A. Michel, no age given, 2021 Woodlawn Ave., received a summons for driving while intoxicated. Arrests Michael Travie DeGonia, 25, of 235 N. Lorimier St., was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant for failure to appear for no seat belt...
Out of the past 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
25 years ago: Oct. 18, 1979 After years of urging, the city council last night voted to purchase a citywide disaster warning system at a cost of $109,800; purchase of the system from Alert Systems, Inc., of Paducah, Ky., came on a 3-to-1 vote. Cape Girardeau's 4-year-old Voluntary Action Center, designed to coordinate skills of volunteers with the needs of not-for-profit organizations, is closing, says director Clarence Finley...
Superman soared (10/18/04)
The Kansas City Star Christopher Reeve soared as Superman, but he reached the greatest heights as a mortal after his head-first fall from a horse in 1995. Reeve, who died unexpectedly Sunday at age 52 from complications related to an infection, had constantly stunned his doctors. Despite being paralyzed from the neck down, the movie actor never gave up his hopes of walking again. .....
Political promises (10/18/04)
The (Baton Rouge, La.) Advocate President Bush and John Kerry are making political promises neither can guarantee when each vows there will be no military draft on his watch. To do so is foolhardy at best. ... Nobody can say with certainty that a new draft will not become necessary, nor should anyone rule out that option. The U.S. military is stretched, recruitment is lagging and nobody can predict the future...
Community efforts (10/18/04)
Months after the Community Caring Council and the United Way of Southeast Missouri identified the region's four greatest problems, the groups are ready to find solutions. Through a three-year partnership, the two organizations have surveyed community stakeholders to see what residents think are the city's worst problems, and how they can be solved...
Economic troubles (10/18/04)
address By Howard Dean The two critical issues for every president are national security and economic security. While much media attention has been focused on Iraq and al Qaida, most Americans have been quietly focusing on their economic plight. What they are seeing is not pretty...
Tax credit helps small businesses (10/18/04)
To the editor: Rhoda and I are on the leadership council of the National Federation of Independent Business for the state of Missouri. There are more than 600,000 members nationally and 13,000 members in Missouri. Our membership averages fewer than 25 employees...
Cobb school reunion a success (10/18/04)
To the editor: We would like to say thank you for your help in making our school reunion a great success. The word was that it may not have been the biggest, but it was the best. It had been ten years or more since the last reunion. LINCOLN/JOHN S. COBB SCHOOL REUNION COMMITTEE, Cape Girardeau...
Speak Out 10/18/04 (10/18/04)
Top priority THE ECONOMISTS say "there ain't no free lunch." Well the economy and other domestic issues will fall by the wayside and be waylaid if we don't win this war on terrorism. That is our country's top priority, to get the world back to peace and prosperity by defeating these beheading terrorists and their sponsors. ...
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