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Stories from Sunday, August 12, 2012

Community gathers together at Chaffee German Days festival (08/12/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Hundreds flocked to the annual German Days festival at Frisco Park in Chaffee on Friday to experience food, browse vendors, support local organizations and enjoy the midway rides. "Let me in, let me in," 3-year-old Mark Pfefferkorn yelled in his excitement to ride the big slide in the Midway...
'Force of nature': Jason Crowell ends 12 years of sometimes controversial leadership (08/12/12)
For most politicians, Sen. Jason Crowell believes that one goal trumps all others -- and it has nothing to do with anything that's being hotly debated by any elected body in the country. If you're like most politicians, as Crowell sees it, it's all window dressing. Democrat or Republican, mayor or president, Crowell says the thing that most politicians really want, above all else, is to get re-elected...
Southeast Missouri expected to have best corn yield (08/12/12)
Thanks to irrigation, the Missouri bootheel will have some of the best corn yields in the U.S. this year despite the heat and drought. According to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture yield estimates, Southeast Missouri will have the highest corn yield in the state, despite being in the most extreme category on the U.S. drought monitor...
Juvenile suspected in assault also suspected in Thursday armed robbery (08/12/12)
An 11-year-old boy who is a suspect in an alleged armed robbery Thursday at a Cape Girardeau carwash is one of several juveniles suspected of assaulting a lesbian woman last month, according to authorities. The 11-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy were taken into custody Thursday after police said a handgun was pulled during an argument with two other juveniles. ...
Opponents: Enough signatures gathered to put Cape urban deer hunts on ballot (08/12/12)
A group that hopes to overturn a recently passed Cape Girardeau ordinance establishing an urban deer hunting program already has thousands of notarized petition signatures. Stephen Stigers, an organizer with the Keep Cape Safe group that is affiliated with Cape Friends of Wildlife, said Friday that more than 3,000 petition signatures are in hand and notarized, and the group has several hundred more signatures that still need notarizing...
Republican candidate concedes 151st House contest (08/12/12)
DEXTER, Mo. -- Citing a desire to keep the Stoddard County Republican Party unified, a GOP candidate for a state House seat has decided not to challenge the results of Tuesday's primary. Republican candidate Bob Thrower on Friday conceded the race to Dennis Fowler of Advance, Mo., who is superintendent of the Stoddard County Juvenile Detention Center. ...
Blodgett, Mo., teen charged with sexual abuse (08/12/12)
BLODGETT, Mo. -- A 17-year-old Blodgett man was in the custody of the Scott County Sheriff's Department on Saturday on sex-related charges. Matthew T. Fredwell is charged with statutory sodomy, deviate sexual intercourse with a person younger than 14 and child molestation, according to a new release...
Court hearing scheduled for former Alto Pass reverend accused of child sex abuse (08/12/12)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- The Rev. Bill Vandergraph, 74, of Alto Pass, Ill., will return to court in September on charges of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child and aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Vandergraph is accused of allegedly committing two sexual acts with a 4-year-old girl between January and May 2010. Union County Judge Mark Boie set a status hearing for 9 a.m. Sept. 4. There have been several delays in the case due to questions about the ex-pastor's mental fitness to stand trial...
Former Cardinal Andy Benes pitches to Teen Challenge (08/12/12)
FRED LYNCH ~ flynch@semissourian.com Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Andy Benes presents his Christian testimony during a chapel service Friday at Teen Challenge International of Mid America in Cape Girardeau. Benes was interviewed for a story that will appear Aug. 19 in the Good Times section of the Southeast Missourian....
Hearing set for man charged in fatal Sikeston accident (08/12/12)
BENTON, Mo. -- The next court appearance has been set for a Sikeston, Mo., man charged following a fatal accident. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. Aug. 22 in Scott County Associate Court for Mark Lee Jobe, 47. Jobe is charged with first-degree involuntary manslaughter and failure to obey a traffic control device in connection with a fatal accident July 17 at the intersection of East Malone Avenue and Ingram Road...
Python found near Chaffee football field (08/12/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- A snake surprised school officials after football practice Friday morning at Chaffee High School. Superintendent Ken Latham said a python that was 4 to 5 feet long was discovered at the football field while Latham and football coach Charlie Vickery were at the field...
Former Bollinger County deputy found not guilty in dog shooting (08/12/12)
After a 12-hour trial that went well into the evening, it took a jury just 15 minutes to return a verdict of not guilty for Kelley Barks, a former deputy with the Bollinger County Sheriff's Department who was charged with animal abuse. Barks, 36, of Marble Hill, Mo., shot a small dog during a domestic dispute call she responded to in February 2011 and was forced to resign from the sheriff's department soon after. ...
Club news 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
The St. Mary Council of Catholic Women held their meeting on July 19, in the Huels Room. Brenda Kuhn read excerpts about the religious persecution in Mexico in the 20th century. We then said a "Pray for Government" by Archbishop John Carroll written in 1791...
24 years after spill, concerns arise again (08/12/12)
OVERLAND, Mo. -- There is renewed concern in a small area of north St. Louis County, 24 years after an industrial chemical spill. The spill happened in 1988 at a metal facility in Overland, contaminating groundwater in the Elmwood Park neighborhood...
Nixon taps former GOP leader for Missouri board of education (08/12/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed a former Republican leader of the Missouri Senate to an eight-year term on the State Board of Education. The Democratic governor announced the nomination of Charlie Shields on Friday. Shields, of St. Joseph, can join the board immediately but must be confirmed by the Senate when lawmakers return to the Capitol...
Mo. regulators review how to help poor consumers (08/12/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri utility regulators are examining ways to help low-income consumers cope with higher electric rates. The Public Service Commission will look into creating a new rate class for low-income consumers. Regulators also plan to examine how other states help the poor...
Ex-Missouri guardsman tells of training supremacists (08/12/12)
ST. LOUIS -- A former Missouri National Guardsman provided combat training to a white supremacist group whose members were preparing for an expected race war, a recently released court document shows. The court document detailing the guardsman's role in the American Front was made public in a Florida state court proceeding regarding charges filed in May against members of the group. ...
Numerous Mo. races essentially decided (08/12/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Want to pick who represents you in the Missouri Capitol? It's too late in many legislative districts unless you were among the 23 percent of the state's registered voters to cast ballots in this past week's primary. Half the general election campaigns for the Missouri Legislature will be uncontested or feature only third-party candidates against the Republican or Democrat...
Romney names Paul Ryan his No. 2 (08/12/12)
NORFOLK, Va. -- Republican Mitt Romney anointed Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, an ardent conservative and devoted budget cutter, as his vice presidential running mate Saturday, and the two men immediately embarked on a tour of campaign battleground states vowing to defeat President Barack Obama and repair the long-ailing U.S. economy...
Tennessee mosque opens after long fight (08/12/12)
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Muslims in the Tennessee city of Murfreesboro said Friday they hope the opening of their new mosque after more than two years of controversy will be a new beginning for relations with the community, particularly their opponents...
Thousands file claims against Chevron after refinery fire in California (08/12/12)
RICHMOND, Calif. -- Several thousand Richmond residents have filed legal claims against Chevron Corp., seeking compensation for a refinery fire that fouled the region's air for hours and sent more than 4,000 people to seek medical care for breathing problems and irritated eyes...
Soldier gets life term for Fort Hood plot (08/12/12)
WACO, Texas -- Naser Jason Abdo sat alone in court with his hands shackled and a white cloth secured over his mouth and neck. The soldier who went AWOL and plotted to kill other troops outside a Texas Army post remained defiant Friday as he was sentenced to life in prison, not asking for mercy and vowing to never end what he considers his holy war...
Police embrace emerging social media tool (08/12/12)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Minutes after a shooting near the Oakland Airport this year, the gunman was on the loose. And police Sgt. Chris Bolton quickly fired off a flurry of text alerts to thousands of nearby residents through a social media tool for law enforcement agencies...
Today in History (08/12/12)
Today is Sunday, Aug. 12, the 225th day of 2012. There are 141 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Aug. 12, 1912, comedy producer Mack Sennett founded the Keystone Pictures Studio in Edendale, Calif. On this date: In 1867, President Andrew Johnson sparked a move to impeach him as he defied Congress by suspending Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton...
Rebels carve out enclave in north Syria (08/12/12)
AZAZ, Syria -- Residents of this north Syrian border town like to snap photos of their children atop the tank parked downtown, one of more than a dozen captured or destroyed by rebels in the battles last month that "liberated" the area from President Bashar Assad's army...
Spain: Model plane video evidence of terror plot (08/12/12)
MADRID -- Authorities in Spain released a video Saturday that they claim shows suspected al-Qaida members training for a bombing raid using a model plane, the latest development in a case that has led to three arrests. Spanish officials allege the suspects were planning a terrorist attack in Spain or elsewhere in Europe, but say investigators managed to intercept them before they could carry out their plot...
Afghan policeman kills 10 fellow officers (08/12/12)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- An Afghan police officer killed at least 10 of his fellow officers Saturday, a day after six U.S. service members were gunned down by their Afghan partners in summer violence that has both international and Afghan forces questioning who is friend or foe...
Israeli tourism booming despite upheaval in region (08/12/12)
JERUSALEM -- It's priming for a risky showdown with Iran over its suspected nuclear program, concerned about neighboring Syria's civil war spilling across the border and dealing with terrorists attempting to infiltrate from Egypt's lawless Sinai Peninsula...
Southeast Missouri State football team starting QB out for season (08/12/12)
Southeast Missouri State quarterback Kyle Snyder suffered a season-ending injury during Friday's practice.
Lathrop performs well in Southeast Missouri State football team's scrimmage (08/12/12)
The offense and defense both came away feeling fairly good about things during Southeast Missouri State's first scrimmage of preseason camp. But the Redhawks acknowledged that both units still have considerable improvement to make following Saturday morning's 70-minute session at Houck Stadium that featured plenty of 7-on-7 work in addition to the live scrimmaging...
Rams' new coach ready for team's first test (08/12/12)
ST. LOUIS -- Jeff Fisher has conveyed cool, calm leadership from the start of his first training camp with the St. Louis Rams. That can't hurt a team coming off a 2-14 season. Quarterback Sam Bradford said after Friday night's practice that Fisher, who is rebuilding the franchise after a year away from the NFL, has not changed a bit so far. The Rams open today at Indianapolis, which also is coming off a two-win season...
Holliday provides offense in Cardinals' 4-1 win (08/12/12)
PHILADELPHIA -- Jake Westbrook is having a season to savor. He wants to keep it going deep into October. Matt Holliday hit a three-run homer and Westbrook won his fifth straight start to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night...
Horsehide helps win a bet (08/12/12)
By Gary Clothier Question: My friend and I have a baseball history bet, and I have $25 riding on your answer. I say baseballs were first made with horsehide; he says they were always made with cowhide. Who wins? G.L., Roseburg, Ore. Answer: You win. Baseballs were made with horsehide until 1973. In 1974, the supplies dwindled, so the balls used by Major League Baseball switched to cowhide...
You can learn to take it easy and trust in God (08/12/12)
Have you genuinely learned to take it easy or does life seem to be the survival of the fittest? Oh, sure you probably know how to relax on the beach, if that's your thing, or enjoy a movie, but can you take it easy in the middle of the events that happen in life? You can be taught how to do this...
Enjoying each season of life (08/12/12)
Summer is winding down. This year it seems the dog days began early and lingered long. Amusement parks and tourist sites are full of families trying to squeeze out the most from the last few days of summer vacation. The school supplies have been picked out, packed up and ready to go. Summer will unofficially reach its conclusion soon...
Finding a place of rest for pastors (08/12/12)
The Rev. Fred Burgard has been in ministry for 30 years, including serving as a pastor for two churches in Cape Girardeau. Burgard, along with Dr. Paul Cordes, co-founded Shadow Rest Ministries in 2004, and the first buildings were up in 2007. The facility is primarily used as a place for pastors and their spouses to get away for a period of rest. However, it also serves as a location for church staff meetings, retreats and other events...
Adopt Buddy (08/12/12)
Buddy is a 6-year-old border collie mix. He has been trained in basic commands: sit, stay, down, come and shake hands. Buddy is a friendly, happy dog. For more information, contact Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Milo (08/12/12)
Milo is 6 months old. He is a friendly, fun-loving guy. Milo is available for adoption at the Humane Society, 334-5837. ...
Pet of the Week (08/12/12)
PET NAME: D.C. OWNER: The Cat's Butler ABOUT D.C.: This the elusive urban jungle cat, also know as D.C., captured in the monkey grass during his morning play time. Shortly after this photo was taken, a leaf from a yucca plant was viciously attacked and left to dry in the sun. Victorious, the urban jungle cat retired to the shade of the patio and remained there until late in the day avoiding anything that required effort, except eating...
Safe grilling: Don't eat your grill brush (08/12/12)
From the Department of Things You Did Not Know You Had to Worry About comes a new advisory: Don't eat your barbecue cleaning brush. Specifically, beware of accidentally ingesting broken-off bristles from brushes. Apparently, those bristles can stick to the grill and wind up in hamburgers or other food...
Awards/Accomplishments 8-12-12 (08/12/12)
Southeast Missouri State University senior Patrick Vining won the Cyril F. "Duke" Flad Outstanding Undergraduate Award with his fraternity, the Delta-Phi Zeta Southeast chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, at the Lambda Chi Alpha 54th General Assembly on July 20 in Phoenix. ...
Generosity 8-12-12 (08/12/12)
C.W. Rushing Charitable Trust has donated $1,000 to Southeast Pediatrics. Carmen Cox, granddaughter of Capt. Woody Rushing, presented the check to SoutheastHEALTH Pediatrics on July 25. Cox is a registered nurse with Southeast Pediatrics. The trust was established by the family of Woody Rushing, who died in 1998 at the age of 84. ...
FYI 8-12-12 (08/12/12)
The Safe House for Women will host a community open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The event will take place at its new outreach office and thrift store, 230 N. Spring St. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to tour the facility and meet new executive director Michelle Beggs Scherer...
Local churches use variety of technology in services, other ministries (08/12/12)
Technology plays an important role in various aspects of today's society, and church is no exception. Church leaders are using technology in and out of services to reach their congregations. In her 12 years with media ministry at Cape First in Cape Girardeau, Amanda Starks has seen an increase in technology use in a church setting...
Sharing my son's favorite recipes (08/12/12)
Our son, Ross, will be leaving for college soon, and this will certainly be a big adjustment at our house, as it will be for all households where there will be a family member leaving to go away. We have been busy getting items together that he will need or want while enjoying dorm life. Over the past week I have made many of his favorite foods as one last farewell gesture for him...
Seed head of a jack-in-the-pulpit (08/12/12)
The jack-in-the-pulpit is a native North American woodland flower that blooms in early spring in Southeast Missouri. This spring and summer I have seen many jack-in-the-pulpit plants dry up and die before going to seed. I suspect that many of them will not come back next spring, but since the plant grows from a corm it is possible that many will survive...
1873 dime sells for $1.6 million (08/12/12)
PHILADELPHIA -- A dime made in 1873 has cost someone a pretty penny: It sold for $1.6 million at auction. An anonymous bidder won the pristine coin, said Chris Napolitano, president of Stack's Bowers Galleries, which auctioned it during an American Numismatic Association convention. With a 15 percent buyer's fee tacked on, the final price for the coin was $1.84 million, he said...
Juanita Sadler (08/12/12)
ANNA, Ill. -- Juanita V. Sadler, 72, of Anna died Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012, at her home. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until service time Sunday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Jonesboro, Ill. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Jim Stamp officiating. Entombment will be in Casper Cemetery in Anna at a later date...
Lindell Brennecke (08/12/12)
Lindell Melvin Brennecke, 65, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012, at his home. He was born April 18, 1947, in Cape Girardeau, to Melvin and Blanche (Kent) Brennecke. Lindell loved to help people, especially his friends and family whom he loved very much...
Louryce Lane (08/12/12)
Louryce Gladys Lane, 84, of Jackson died Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012, at Heartland Care and Rehab in Cape Girardeau. She was born March 29, 1928, in Frohna, Mo., to Fred and Hilda Koenig Rabold. She and Victor F. Lane were married Dec. 25, 1949. He died Jan. 25, 1999...
Mabel Henson (08/12/12)
MARQUAND, Mo. -- Mabel L. Henson, 85, of Marquand died Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at her home. She was born Sept. 21, 1926, at Marquand, daughter of James L. and Hilda E. Harmon Mills. She and the Rev. C.E. Henson were married Oct. 20, 1950. He died Aug. 18, 1995...
Gerald Hendrickson (08/12/12)
ZALMA, Mo. -- Gerald W. Hendrickson, 47, of Zalma died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, with the funeral at 1 p.m. at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee, Mo...
John Meyer (08/12/12)
John P. Meyer, 87, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at the Lutheran Home. Visitation will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Chapel. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Sam Ramdial officiating...
John Wright (08/12/12)
ORAN, Mo. — John Wright, 96, of Oran died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, at the Chaffee Nursing Center. Arrangements are incomplete at the Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran.
Jane Wiggins (08/12/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Jane Wiggins, 69, of Chaffee died Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.
Robert Cox (08/12/12)
Robert N. Cox, 68, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, at his home. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Hilda Hauenschild (08/12/12)
Hilda Hauenschild, 94, of Jackson, passed away Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born May 3, 1918, near Tilsit, daughter of Ferdinand and Alma Loos Lange. She and August "Augie" Hauenschild were married Aug. 9, 1941, in Bloomfield, Mo. They had been married 65 years when he passed away March 21, 2007...
Births 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
Daughter to Angel LaDawn Whitworth of Chaffee, Mo., Saint Francis Medical Center, 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, 2012. Name, Angel Skylnn Azel Jayda. Weight, 6 pounds, 4 ounces. First child. Ms. Whitworth is the daughter of LaDawn Schrum and Kenny Schrum of Chaffee, and Randy and Sue Whitworth of Scott City...
Brueggeman - Ludwig (08/12/12)
Deana Marie Brueggeman and Chad Eric Ludwig were married June 6, 2012, at Beaches Resort in Negril, Jamaica. The bride is the daughter of Marianne McCormick of Cape Girardeau, and the late Dean McCormick. The groom is the son of Charlie and Mary Ludwig of Jackson...
Cook - Brinkmeyer (08/12/12)
Jessica Kathleen Cook and David John Brinkmeyer were married June 9, 2012, at the Butterfly House in Chesterfield, Mo. The Rev. Rick Crump, pastor of Red Star Baptist Church, performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Michael and Lynda Cook of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of David and Jean Brinkmeyer of O'Fallon, Mo...
Gosche - Sargent (08/12/12)
Ron and Linda Gosche of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Katherine Gosche, to John Michael Sargent, both of Ballwin, Mo. He is the son of John and Nancy Sargent of Town and Country, Mo. Gosche is a 2003 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School. ...
Williams - Blattel (08/12/12)
Dr. Craig and Robin Williams of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie McKnight Williams, to Jacob Paul Blattel. He is the son of Tom and Cathy Blattel of New Hamburg, Mo. Williams received a degree in video at Southeast Missouri State University, and a degree in digital photography from Harrington College of Design in Chicago. She is a photographer in Cape Girardeau...
Jackson - 50 Years (08/12/12)
THEBES, Ill. -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson of Thebes recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Destin, Fla., with children and grandchildren. Jackson and Velma Lambert were married June 30, 1962, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Scott City, by the Rev. Slay...
Robert - 50 Years (08/12/12)
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo "Hook" Robert of Scott City celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dinner, party and dance June 23, 2012, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Scott City. Their children hosted the event, with 85 guests attending. Robert and Karon Riley were married June 23, 1962, at St. Mary's Cathedral. Maid of honor was Rose Mary Uhrhan and bridesmaids were LaVonna Lenand and Ida Robert. Best man was Ronnie Kerr and groomsmen were Joe Riley and Bill Lenand...
Cape Girardeau police report 8/11/12 (08/12/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Summons Thefts Miscellaneous The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Jackson police report 8/11/12 (08/12/12)
The Jackson Police Report released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summons Miscellaneous...
Jackson fire report 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
*** JACKSON Firefighters responded to the following call Thursday: * A motor vehicle accident cleanup at South Hope and East Monroe streets. *** Firefighters responded to the following call Friday: * Emergency medical service on Trevina Drive.
Out of the past 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
The Salvation Army, 701 Good Hope St., has doubled its property size by purchasing the lot south of its headquarters from Robert Meyer for $50,000; in memory of his wife, Mary, Meyer is donating $5,000 back to the Army; a chapel, offices and a multipurpose room are planned for the site...
School menus 8-13 to 8-17 (08/12/12)
THURSDAY--Chicken chunks, candied carrots or cherry tomatoes or baby carrots, mixed fruit cup. FRIDAY--Cheese or turkey pepperoni pizza, corn or cherry tomatoes or baby carrots, peaches, pudding. MONDAY--Popcorn chicken, tater tots, peas, fruit...
Welcome to the world, Elizaveta Sophia (08/12/12)
My daughter Yuliana, now 7, called me on the phone recently, her voice muffled and a pitch below normal. She was pretending to be her mother. "Hello Darling, this is Victoria. How are you?" "I'm wonderful, how are you?" "Well, I forgot the name we decided to call the baby. Can you remind me?"...
Innovation campus (08/12/12)
Cape Girardeau's Career and Technology Center recently received one of nine grants that aims to allow high school students to receive college credit and gain work experience, ideally preparing students even faster for college and the workforce. The "Innovation Campus" (not to be confused with the Innovation Center at Southeast Missouri State University) grant was for $1 million, paid for by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. ...
Speak Out 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
It is Wednesday at about 5 o'clock and I tried to go to Chick-fil-A for my family to buy food to support the right of the CEOs to speak out and say what they want about supporting traditional marriage. It is so damn packed that I had to finally turn around and go somewhere else. We have to take a stand. Looks like everybody has the right anymore in America to say what they want unless you happen to be a conservative Christian...
Prayer 8/12/12 (08/12/12)
O Lord, thank you that no matter when I cry out in distress, you hear my voice. Amen.
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