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Paf, e 6 Cioverdale Reveille .lanuarv 9, 1991 I Prisms of Faith United Church of Coverdale -: IIII  , I I -- -- i Our ten yearid son is always full of fascinating "facts". The other day he told us that it was true that every cigarette you smoke takes fifteen minutes off your life and every cabbage you eat puts five minutes on your life. His older sister quickly calculated how many cabbages you would have to eat to maintain your life expectancy for each pack of ciga- rettes smoked - 50 cabbages per pack, I believe! We had a grand time laughing about how big a pile of 60 cabbages would be. Yuk! Later I got to wondering how many cabbages one would have to eat to enhance the quality of life. If -- ii " w cabbages can extend life, perhaps they can enhance it, too? Would 100 cabbages provide the peace that passes understanding? Could 250 cabbages satisfy longing that never ceases? If we eat 10,000 cabbages, will it improve hopelessness? And what about love? If we eat 1,500 cabbages, will we know what love is? The Good News is that none of us have to suffer the agony of eating piles of cabbages to improve the quality of life! All we have to do is open our lives to the love and power of Christ. I know it sounds corney...but a little corn is better than all that cab- bage! Don't you think? Dennis A, Ross Marine Corps. Sgt. Dennis A. Ross, a graduate of Cloverdale High School, was shippped out on Jan. 1, 1991, or Saudia Arabia. He will join the many young people sent over there to protect the American way of life. Sgt. Ross is the Commanding Chief over his battalion's tank crew. He is trained by the U.S. Marine Corp. to operate and fix the latest electronic tanks and to keep them comlat ready. His proud parent, Jay Ross and Annetta Tremayne, and brothers, Todd & Ben Ross, would like all-his friends from Cloverdale to write him and give him their support. His wife, Karen, and their children Jacob, 6 months, and Katie, 2-1/2 years, will be visiting Jay & Annetta from Jan. 13th to Feb. 28th. They will be needing a stroller and a car seat for use during their stay. If you can help, please call 894- 5732 Dennis's address is: . Sgt. D. A. Ross 568-39-0376 B Company 2nd Tank Battalion HQ Platoon Dennis, Karen, Katie & Jacob  New York 09502 Lecture series on Bible prophesy to begin Saturday at SDA Church Pastor Walt Groff will open his crusade to reach the total person Saturday night with the topic, "Blood on the Moon". The series continues each Sun- day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Seventh-day Adventist Church with lectures on astonishing Bible prophecies and health talks, accord- ing to Pastor Groff. Lectures are also illustrated on a screen. The topic for Tuesday, Jan.15 will be "Are You Too Weak to Be a Christian?" A program with stories and crafts is also offered for younger children. Admission is free, and the general public is invited. The church is located at 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd. at the south end of town. Cloverdale Area . h Directory Oat Valley Baptist Church First Baptist Church 894-2998 894-3274 Chu/i:h of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 894-2951 ParksJde Christian Chapel 894-2893 St. Peter's Catholic Church 894-2535 or 433-5536 United Church of Cloverdale 894-2039 CIoverdal Open Bible Ch Jr,'$ 894:2210 or 544-0485 Episcopal.Church of the Good Shepherd 894-2393 Neighborhood Church 894-3445 Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Seventh-day Adventist Church Church of Christ 894-4989 894-3452 /:U'.. Gary R. Templeman, REDWOOD SMORGETTE t..i M7/ Family DenustD'D'S" .  " " 894-2642 , 504 N. Cloverdme Blvd. 118 East Second Street Cloverdale, CA 95425 CLOSED TUESDAYS 894-2514 LOUm & JOYCE VICTORIA ,  ,, . , . , , ,,,, ,/ American Legion Auxiliary Dena Gambetta This past week, William Russeil'-.pending bills. Ledford Unit #293, American Le- "Riyerside had the best opportu- glen Auxiliary, has received a bulle- tin informing us that the Departmenf of California will be having a Mid- year Interim Exeuctive Meeting in Fresno Jail 18-20. The Western Division Vice Presi- dent will be the guest of honor and main speaker at a banquet on Satur- day night. At this time, all chairmen, as well as district presidents, will be giving their up-to-date report. On Friday, Jan 18, there will be a special Hospital Representatives and Deputies luncheon. Willie Mac Wood of Santa Rosa will be repre- senting the California Veterans Home at Yountville, the only veter- ans home in California. Before the budget cuts at Con- gress, there was talk of building Veterans Homes in the south, but in our recent ,California News, the Department Service Officer is quoted as wondering if this is fact or fiction. In 1887, the California Veterans Home was founded with 1400 beds ,in Napa. On Sept 23, 1988, the governor signed a bill which gave authority to establish, construct and operate a second such facility in Southern California. In 1989, it was established that six homes of 400 beds each be developed. In late 1989 and 1990, support was asked. The Legion went on record in support, but the 1990 ses- sion of the Legislature failed to take any fiscal action on any of the five nity, but because of lack of unity, veterans groups did not aggressivly pursue the passage, and the bill died in the conference committee at the conclusion of the 1990 session on Aug. 31, 1990. That is basically the story today, says A! Krank. All will have to be reintroduced in the 1991 session. Will one or more veterans homes in the south become a reality? I don't know - what do you think? This past week we also received a letter from the Sonoma Child Guid- ance Institute in Santa Rosa asking for time, interest and help with abused children in our community. While they have a great guid- ance counseling program for the children throughout Sonoma County, they lack needed trans- portation for them. They need vol- unteer drivers who have time be- tween 3 and 5:30 in the afternoon who are willing to transport any- where from one to three kids to group therapy once a week. Drivers much be women with good driving records, adequate in- surance and reliable transportation. They will reimburse mileage at the rate of 20 cents a mile. If you would like to volunteer in this program, call 575-9166 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Don't forget our meeting tonight at the Vets Building. Lots of impor- tant things to plan for 1991. Hope. you all had a good start for 1991! i ' ' " .i Cloverdale Senior Scope , Senior Mult-Purpose Center Ac- tivities at the Grange Hall, corner 2rid & Commercial Streets. Tues., Jan. 15 1-4 p.m. Pinocle Wed., Jan. 16 1-2 p.m. Guest Speaker - Dr. Tomasin "Surgical Treatment of Arthritis" Dr. Tomasin is an orthpedic phy- sician from Healdsburg, His talk and slide presentation on arthritis will include discussion of total knee and hip replacement. Public is wel- come. Reminder: Blood Pressure Screenings every Tues. morning from 10-11 a.m. Line Dancing Every Tues. from I1 a.m. to Noon. SNAP lunches and home deliv- ered meals available Mon-Fri. Make reservations one day in advance by calling 894-4826. 55 Alive Driving Class begins Jan. 22 Tues & Wed., Jan 22 & 23, from 1-5 p.m. are the dates and times for the next scheduled 55 Alive/Mature Driving Class to be held at the Senior Center. Reservations are still being ac- cepted for this classroom refresher course for drivers 55 years of age and over. Cost of the eight hour course is $8, which covers all mate- rals. Call 894-4826 if interested. Advance reservations required. in .00emoriarn Linda F. Griffiths Funeral services were held last Friday for Linda F. Griffiths, passed away in her Cloverdale home on Dec. 29, 1990. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Griffiths was the beloved wife of the late David I.eter mother of Wanda O. Parsons of Cloverdale, Robert Lester Fresno, Gloria June Griffiths of Meza, Arizona aiad the late Griffiths, and loving sister of Lillian Lelonek of Dorothy Williams of Bakersfield. She is also survived by 191 34 great-grandchildfen and numerous nieces and nephews. Interment was in South Jordan, Utah, with arrangements direction of Fred Young & Co. in Cloverdale. Lo ]ames L. Anders Services were held Tuesday afternoon for James L. Anders, 45, on passed away at his Cloverdale home on January 6. , A native of Garfield, Ohm," he had lived in Sonoma County for  _aextVe 12 years. He was one of the original members of the U.S. Co! , Engineers assigned to the Warm Springs Dam and Lake Sonoma P . He was also the Chief Park Ranger for the Project. u A member of the National Rifle Association of America, Mr. ,1 was a charter member and past president of the Cloverdale Area L Legion Gun Club. He was a graduate of the North Dakota Scho0U | Forestry and the University of Steven F. Austin in Texas. i_ Survivors include his daughter Karen Anders of El Paso, Texa0 parents, Walter & Tilly Anders of Brecksville, Ohio, his sister E Seager, his niece, Susan, and his nephew, David, all of Lakewood O! Memorial contributions may be made to the National Rifle Associ/L 1 Institute of Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), P. O. Box 90087, Wasl "w ton, D.C., 20090-0087. ? Inurnment will be in Ohio, with arrangements under the direc  Fred Young & Co., Cloverdale. pe L Glen H. Cole ls( At his request, no services wall be held for Glen H. Cole, 76, who p e away in Healdsburg on Jan. 6." r011 Born in Montana, Mr. Cole had lived in Sonoma County for 43 y! T He worked as a bartender for 45 years, and was employed for a numb 'I years at John & Zeke s in Healdsburg. Iron Mr. Cole is survived by his brother Paul Cole of Canada, and his sk[A Ruth McConaeil of Aptos, CA.. tablets In the Episcopal Church, we believe that some of the oldest are still the best. Like the regular worship of God. Come join us we celebrate this Sunday. I III  I (32) THE BIBLE SAYS... Of the True Church ...the house of God, which is the church of the living God. THE PILLAR AND GROUND OF THE TRUTH. (Caps by the writer) 1 Timothy 3:15 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life... John 14:6 Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. John 17:17 Thy... law is the truth. Psalm 119:142 Open ye the gates, that the righteous nation which keepeth the truth may enter in. Isaiah 26:2 ...Christ is the head of the church...Eph. 5:23 And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ. Rev. 12:17 (The spirit of prophecy. Rev. 19:10) Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the . Sundays at 9:30 a.m. commandments of God; and the faith of Jesus. Revelation 14:12 Epascopal Church Of The Good Shepherd H.O. Collie I HI Paid Announcement 122 N Main St. - Cloverdale YOU CAN UNDERSTAND PROPHECY! , If we are living in the end time, we need to know it. Come to a free series of prophecy lectures at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church auditorium, 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd. (North Corner of Elbridge and Cloverdale Blvd.), Beginning January 12 at 7:30 pro. Child care provided.