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8A---May 29, 2003 Cuba Wal-Mart mak00',s local donation:; Above: WaI-Mart assistant manager Paula Land presents CMS science teacher David Bond with a $500 environmental grant for the science program. Below: Land hands over a $385 check to the Missouri State Highway Patrol care of Trooper Jim Mulkey. Above: Land presents Jean Heckman, principal of Holy Cross Catholic School, with a $500 check donation to be used for the school's funding. Below: Land gives Linda Bast of Blue Sky Day School a $200 donation made available through the volunteer program. Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report May 4-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence west of Steelville in reference to a Department of Family Serv- ices hotline call. Inspection of the residence revealed a major sewage prob- lem creating an unsanitary condition and also a substance was located that was located that was believed to be a methamphetamine precursor drug. The four month old in- fant at the residence was turned over to the temporary custody of the mother's parents until the conditions in the household are corrected. Warrants will be sought charging the mother and her boyfriend with possession of methamphetamine precursors and child endangerment. May 5-Deputy Moreland took a report of stealing in the Steelville area. The victim stated that when he arrived home at about 9 p.m. on May 4, he noticed that his two female Pitbull puppies were missing from his yard. The victim stated that this yard is enclosed by a fence and it was unlikely that the dogs had just simply gotten out of the yard. One puppy is described as brown and white in color with a red collar and the other is black and white with a purple collar. They are both about four months old. May 5-Chief Deputy Walls took a harassment report in the north part of the county. The victim reported that he and his family and his neighbor and his family were being harassed by another that lived between them. The victim reported that his neighbor calls the police every time someone plays a radio in their own yard or wen they have family gather- ings. The neighbors and the victim feel the police are wasting their time when they have to respond to unfounded reports from the neighbor. A report was fled and will be sent to the prosecuting attor- ney for his review. May 5-Deputy Morelan took a report of property dam- age in the Bourbon area. The reporting party, who is employed by another law en- forcement agency, stated that at about 3:45 p.m. on May 5, he noticed that the rear win- dow on his tan 2000 Ford Crown Victoria police inter- ceptor was shattered. The window was not dam- aged prior to when the report- ing party parked the patrol vehicle in the driveway at his residence at about 7:30 a.m. on May 5. The reporting party believes that a while male subject whom he arrested about a month ago may be re- sponsible for the damage. May 6-A search warrant was executed on a residence on Ford Hill Lane by Chief Deputy Walls, Deputy Walka, Trooper Shinka and a member of the Drug Task Force. The residence of the trailer fled the scene prior to officers Buckle Up! MISSOURI STATE PARKS LET YOURADvENTURE BEGIN. Leave the ordinary behind and make plans for Missouri's Great Escape. You could win a 2003 Ford Escape or 1 of 5 exclusive Missouri getaways. Call 1-800-411-5110 or log on to VisitM0.com for details and other exciting vacation ideas. I o' CALL 1-800-411-5110 www.VisitMO.com i arrival. Inside the residence and in several outbuildings was found an active meth lab. The lab was cleaned up and evidence gathered at the scene. The owner of the trailer has been identified and warrants will be applied for on him and others that fled the scene. May 6-Deputy Moreland took a report of a stolen vehi- cle in the Cuba area. The victim stated that about 8 a.m. on May 6 she discov- ered that her red 1996 Pontiac Sunfire two-door car was missing from her driveway next to her house. A description of the stolen Sunfire was broadcast to all Crawford County law en- forcement agencies. At ap- proximately 12:06 p.m. on May 6, the Sunfire was lo- cated by the Cuba Police De- partment, parked next to a business inside of the city limits. The Sunfire was processed for evidence by Det. Cun- ningham of the Crawford County Sheriff's Department. A possible suspect has been identified. May 7-Deputy Harlan was dispatched to a residence east of Steelville for a lost license plate report. According to the victim, he was driving his vehicle in the area of Bass Road and east Highway 8, during a major storm when a tree fell in front of him and he had to swerve to avoid it. He drove over one of the tree limbs causing his license plate to separate from its front bracket. The license plate could not be found and will be entered as lost/stolen in the state computer system. May 8-Deputy Satterfield while traveling through Cuba observed a vehicle run a red light at the intersection of Highway 19 and Hwy ZZ. Deputy Satterfield then ini- tiated a traffic stop with the vehicle and made contact with the driver who appeared very nervous and was ques- tioned by Deputy Satterfeld. A short time later the driver produced a container of mari- juana from his jacket pocket. He was issued a summons and released a short time later. May 9-Deputy Moreland took a report of property dam- age in the Davisville area. The victim stated that on May 3 she discovered numer- ous small dents on the outside aluminum walls of her mo- bile home. The victim stated that she did not believe that the dents were caused by hail because none of the mobile home windows were dam- aged. 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Missouri Farm www.mofb.org Trat00 Fro00 C-,ocL's 00twc[ by Pastor Norman Heironimus Jesus Christ Foundation ~ 706 W. Washington, Cuba There are some people who believe that rebellion and stubbornness can good. There are some school sports teams that are called Rebels...and some proud to be a rebel or proud of their stubbornness. But is this ever good? Well, when we look into our guidebook for life, the Bible, we see that both traits are sidereal sinful. In 1 Samuel 15:23 we read "For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and as iniquity and idolatry." And there are no passages in the Bible that I know of that characterize rebellion or ! bornness as good. But, we are told to be subject to one another (Eph. 5:21) and to the governing (Ram. 13:1) although there is a time to lovingly "obey God rather than men" (Acts We are also called upon to "keep alert with all perseverance"" (El: weary in well-doing" (Gal. 6:9). There is a big difference between being rebellious and/or stubborn and being lovingly  obedient in order to do God's will and/or persevering in well-doing. Rebellion and stubbornness are basically selfish attitudes that are and refuse to listen to reason or God's Word. Loving disobedience when necessary and perseverance in doing God's will based , His Word are Godly traits that are willing to listen to others for possible guidance and ! for the good of God's Kingdom and other people. We are all subject to the sins of rebellion and stubbornness, so when they tend to their ugly heads we need to recognize them, quickly repent of them, us in Jesus' name. If we have persistent, serious trouble with them we probably need t01 some Christian counseling to help us deal with them. Jesus Chdst (Who was not rebel) suffered and died for the sins of rebellion and baroness so we can have forgiveness of them and help against them. 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