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Page 8 - Wednesday, February 20, 1980 Mormons prepare for the "Big Qua ke" " =ll __I_ ]['b-".....-".l .:; .I By DORIS HILL may write for additional I n o u g n T i: =.y information on such topics as N Thi Earthquakes in Northern freezing, insect control, | [ California - and the big one is gardening, and pruning etc. still likely, we're told. Anyone interested in a copy There's nothing anyone can do to stop an earthquake, but By Nobody in Particular WHAT ARE THE KIDS DOING??? Lots...and everyone is pitching in[ The kids were working on the exhibits selling soap, tickets, practicing for the coming Band events, and they have a whole list of their own money making ideas on the blackboard at school. Every student in the Band worked on the exhibit except three, and, those three were in the Queen contest! To repeat, the majority of the students in Cloverdale High School Band are on the Honor Roll which requires studying, most or all have jobs after school hours, all of them have to practice those instruments, most of them are involved in sports (girls too) and-or social and fund raising activities for the school. The kids are busy! Very Busy! WHAT ARE PARENTS DOING??? Lots...and everyone is pitching in! The Domenichelli and the Zagorites families are responsible for putting in an Orange Exhibit at the Fair for the Band Fund. The parents coordinating committee are doing just that...coordinating, planning and co-operating. They are doing an excellent job, and there is a lot to do. Letters have gone out to all parents so they might make their early pledge and committemnt of funds for the Vienna trip. As soon as these are all in the community will know exactly just how much more money will he needed...and there is an enthusiastic response from the community in its pledge to support the Band. As Gaye LeBaron put it in her column, "Cloverdale is the city that knows how..I've never heard of that community failing in a project it started." The question is. "What are the parents doing?" Well they are doing what needs to be done. And they are working hard at it! What the parents are willing to do financially needs to be done first...and then I believe that this whole community will go all out to see that Mr. Steve Connolly gets the recognition, the appreciation, and the support he so deser- ves...to get our kids to Vienna.  There are few in this life who attain perfection in their chosen fieldand the Steve Connollys in this world are rare, but : the legacy to this community, our children and future , generations, fromSteveonnolly, is more than good music, it [ is also the gifts of inspiration and...hope. , I do not have a child in Mr. C's Band...and when I did many ', years ago, I knew in the first instance that the man was a genius. My child had no talents, he had only a desire to please ', Mr. C. The Band also received a superior rating that year. I ' thought it was a miracle! My own reasons for helping send this Band to Vienna are to ,: promote the ideals this remarkable man represents. And I will do everything in my power and influence for this t ( Cause...because I believe in his standards of excellence in music and...behavior...for the students of Cloverdale High School Band. .) : "= WHERE NEXT? We have had coverage in the press throughout northern California, and exposure on radio County wide. WE are patiently waiting for Channel 7 television. Where next? If anyone out there has any connections or influence for publicity; please write Box 311, Cloverdale, Ca. Exposure of our goals and ideals is very important. We need all the help we can get!. FROM HUNGARY It was exciting hearing from Jeanne Peck who is studying in Europe to further her musical knowledge. We all know she is a student of Mr. Connolly and as a professional, musical - perfectionist, the walls of the music room at Washington Elementary School will continue to fill with awards, honors and superior ratings. While following in the footsteps of one of the world's Jonathon Livingston Seagulls. WITH LOVE With love...to the members of the ex-Cioverdale Jaycees...who voted unanimously to give their entire hank account which amounts to more than $2,000 to the C.H.S. Band Fund. Ex-Jaycees??? I call it dis-banded unity. But, whatever the name those guys are just great for thinking of the Band. To let you know you are appreciated I offer these few words i ...with love. Thank you! ,, there are a few things everyone can do to he better prepared for it or any other such emergency and one group of people have been systematically working at it for some time. Last November a cam- paign was started among the local members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints urging them to acquire a three-day emergency supply of items which might be necessary for their family's survival in case of a catastrophe which would require immediate evacuation. Each month a list has been given to each family with suggestions of items to store for that month. The "ready-to-go" articles were to he stored in easily accessible and portable containers such as large covered plastic buckets or suitcases. In November the items listed were one gallon of water per person, matches, candles, battery-powered light and a signal flare. December's list contained over 25 first aid supplies, perscribed medication, plus personal toiletries. In January the list con- tained a three-day supply of food requiring no refrigeration or cooking, plus dishes and utensils. Suggested were tuna-fish, perk and beans, nonfat dry milk, graham crackers, dried apricots, juice and peanut butter. This would supply 2100 calories daily with the essential nutrients. February's lists includes clothing and bedding--one change for each family member, plus a blanket, cloth and plastic sheets. The list for March will include equipment for camping; and April's list will suggest including documents- -something often forgotten but which would be a great loss, as families in the Idaho Teton flood would testify to. All the above information is available in a 30-page illustrated booklet, "Essentials of Home Production and Storage" published by the L.D.S. Church. Included in the book is information on basic storage and expanded storage, besides the emergency storage. It also contains information on all phases of gardening and food preservation plus recipes for making your own long lasting yeast, sour dough starter, yogart, graham crackers, wheat thins plus many more recipes. There are also three pages of addresses of universities and government agencies and commercial publications where persons \\; i.i The good word i! .mor.o.=, ' fo r tod ay: Way preparedness seminars By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM ways of death. When we buy a new ap- pliance we get the best results from it when we read the manufacturers handbook and follow the directions. We can't ignore the instructions and still expect optimum efficiency from our blender, disposal, or power saw. Well, God is our manufacturer and the Bible is His handbook. Get it out and get into it. Study and find out the way the Lord wants you to take, and see the difference it makes in your life. Where there was turmoil within you, scheduled Emergency preparedness seminars, "How to Prepare for Earthquakes" will he presented in the cities throughout Sonoma County during the Next two weeks. Louis "Pete" Peterka, Emergency Services Coor- dinator for Sonoma County will discuss the "Threat to Sonoma County", "How to Prepare for Earthquakes and Other Disaster" and "What to do before, during, and after the big quake." These seminars are free to the public and earthquake preparedness literature will be available at no cost. Presentations will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Buildings. Presentation in Sehastopol will be on Thursday, February 14; Sonoma Friday, February 15th; Petaluma February 21; and Cioverdale Monday, February 22nd. Date for the presentation in Santa Rosa will he announced later. For further information call the office of Emergency Services 527-2361. TEXT: I know, O Lord, that a man's way is not in himself, nor is it in a man to direct his own steps. Jeremiah 10:23. Used in today's text the word "way" means a man's i path. Some lead to hap- piness and some to deepest .despair. Though our in- , tentions he of the very best and our desire is to be fair and good, so often we find that our actions have hurt someone; or maybe the things that we are involved in , I promise you there will be ' leave us with a feeling of peace. Even in the face of defeat or discouragement you will know an inner tranquility that only comes with walking in the way that God wants you to walk. emptiness and a sense of needing something more. Or ', though we strive to he truth- ful, we find ourselves spin- ' ning a web of deceit. Though ' we seek joy we find only dejection. These are the things that happen when we try to direct Amans way is not in himself. We are made by God and our steps are ordained by Him. (Proverbs 20:24) Something that seems good to us may, in fact, be very harmful. Proverbs 16:25 says there is a way that seems right to a man, but its ends are the of the booklet might get in touch with a friend or neigh- bor in the L.D.S. Church who would he able to get a copy for them for 35 cents. Members of the L.D.S. Church have been counseled for years to prepare to care for themselves and their families and be self- sustaining in whatever situation they may meet- accidents, illness, unem- ployment or commodity shortage, plus other possibilities which might be wars, depression, famines, earthquakes, floods and tornados. They believe being prepared can bring peace of mind to parents. As you become more and more accustomed to seeking Gods direction in your life you will find it easier and easier to see the paths He wants you to follow. As it says in Isaiah 30:21, "And you will hear a word behind you, 'this is the way, walk ye in it, when you turn to the right or you turn to the left". Try it. it works! :? i;;   Bill, Jeff and Sherri Scott are ready for anything as they take stock of their supplies. Cloverdale Area Church Direct ..... ................................................................................... ...... Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, i I a.nt. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Healdsburg Avenue Pastor. John Powell Randy Boone. Assoc. Pastor Phone 894-3274 Sunday : Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour. l I a.m. Church Training Progra], 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour, 6p.m. Wednesday : Midweek Services, 7 p.m. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cioverdale Blvd. Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker I33-3835 894 -2:L10 Sunday lorning Worship 9:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. SEVENTH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sa bba t h School a t 9: 30 a. n. Worship Service at l 1:00 a. m. Sisters of Service  S.O .S. on 2nd & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Represent at i ve Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. l ! a.m. Evening Worship. 6 pro. Midweek Service Thursday Night, 7 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 7ad & Commercial (;range tlall A.W. West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 p.m. Young People Sunday 9:45a.m. &6pro. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliaace 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 (;rowlh (;lt)ups - 93(I all Sunday Worship - 10:30 am Evening Service - fi :t) pm Bible SI udy. Thurs - 7 :(3 pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides : Mooday nnwHlgs 10 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p. m. ('hildren's ('lasses .lu)|io|" Youth Youth Please call for more IIIforlllalion fllld-ol" literature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28755 liedwotM tlwy. So. Claude K Williams. Branch President Phone 894-2032 Sunday Priesthood Meet rag. 8: 31) am. Sunday School 10am. Sunday Sacramen! Meeting. 4:30 p.m. Primary, Wed.. 4 p.m. Relief Societ y Tuesday. 7:31) p. m. OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey D F Hieter Phone 894-3107 Sulday School. 9: 45 a m Morning Worship. 11 a.m Evening Service. 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday. 7 p.m. 131 Dina Street ('hutch Ph. 894-2998 DOMENICHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdie Blvd. 8-354 III I . _ __ II i i iilll THE ENCORE IO4 S, ('h,verdale Blvd. ,'94-:J44 I I I CHURCH CLOVERDALE BOWL 110 Hesidslmrg Ave. 894-?996 PELLEGRINrS CHEVRON SERVICE 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894- 3323 Continuin the of the Con 439 No. Robert Phone Sunday Worship" Child PARKSIDE OF CHRISTIAN CHAPEL Minis,a 3:t:; West Second St reel Robert Rev Rtchard Rtiea 894-5063 Phone 894-2893 Sunday Bible Sit Sut|da) School. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship t t a.m+ II a.tU. Evening Service. fi pin. Sunday Bible Stud)' a,d Prayer Wed lveningi! Wednesday. 7 pm 76Tarma O I)atsy & Prinls Wednesday. 7 p.m. W M C-All Ladies Welcome S T. Thursday. 10a m. CA c EPISCOPAL OUR CHURCH OF THE MT. GOOD SHEPHERD Redwood Fal 112 N. Main Street t'riesl m Charge Saturda Rev Marvin Bowers 5 p.m. 894-5719 Sunday MaSS Sunday Holy 8:30a.n Conmmnion. Daily Mass 9a.hl. 7:30a.nt. Sunday Mass tCI yell J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY 1220 Canyon lid 857 3619 I (;e) serville I I lU FRED YOUNG & COMPANY 94-2540 or 433-3329 ,, l CLOVERDAL REVEILLE 11 ' M Stret,( m4-339 I