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Page 6 - Wednesday, March 19, 1980 0 Thong "&apos;I:'. ).; 'N Things By Nobodyin Particular .. CHANNEL 7 NEWS REPORT8 Thought you might enjoy some of the "neat notes" received by Mr. C.and the Band after the Channel 7 News Report about the Vienna trip, The following are excerpts and do reflect the good wishes of the Channel 7 viewers. -Here's a couple of bucks toward $70,000. We pass through town about twice a year, going to ]Philo for fishing and apples. Keep your town healthy with music." --"Donated in memory of Olive Levering." --"To All Cioverdaie High School Band. I give you every good wish for success in fund-raising for your wonderful Vienna trip. Here's a little contribution toward music making in lovely Vienna. Sincerely, Helen Putnam." --"If you can't make the trip use this for any worthwhile and fun project!" --'*It seems that we older folks are always hearing bad things about the young. Of course, one never hears of all the good things young .people do quietly and throughout these whole United States. Good things never seem to make the headlines. But we are so glad to have heard last night of your opportunity to go to Vienna, Austria, and we feel you must have earned it, as that is quite an honor. We want you to go'" --"Have a grand trip! My son was Drum Major several years ago in High School, they made it to Hawaii. Sure hope all of you can go to Austria, thanks to Van Amburg on Channel 7 News." --"For your Band Fund, Really identify. Played with the Upper Lake High School Band ! ! ! Good Luck! ! !" --"Vienna is a magnificent city. Hope you make it !" --"Good Luck Kids! (I watch Channel 7 News.)" --"Off to that Beautiful exotic City of Vienna on the "not too blue" Danube, where you are sure to receive a rousing welcome. You will put California on the map for them with loving and cheery good-will. We will be proud of you. With the best of wishes for each and everyone of you. God is with you all the way." --"Best wishes to all of you] Have a great time! (Saw the program on TV)" --'*We want the Cloverdale High School Band to Go to Vienna." -"Good Luck, have-fun, they love the "Whistler and His Dog" in Austria." --"Congratulations! If lots of people send $I you'll make it!" --**Any young group of young people who perform so well deserves a helping hand. And I hope this will turn out to be just that. Good Luck!" --"We like your spirit. Go for it!" -**Good going...bope you make it! From a retired couple who heard about your effort to play in Vienna...on Channel 7 News. -"I think it is great that you are attempting to raise all that money for your trip...(From the Desert Hills Motel, Carson City, Nevada, with a P.S.) If anyone comes to our Motel with : <me of our cards and mentions "Cioverdale High Sdmol Band" UII give them a I0 percent discount." --"I was impressed with your hard work and determination to get to Vienna from TV Channel 7 News Report, and want to help you reach your goal with a donation. --"We would like to help!" -"Lols of luck and a good trip. Small donation to help you get to Vienna. {from, an old attendance clerk, Los Gates High School )" --"We heard and saw you were interested in fund raising on Channel 7. six o'clock news and hope this small donation will help in its small way. ( A pair of grandparents) P.S. Please do no/write us a thank you note, put the 15 cents in your fund. -"Just saw the story shout your band going to Austria this summer and your campaign to raise the necessary funds. I saw this on Channel 7 TV. As a musician myself and never having had the opportunities when young like you young people have today, I am very sympathetic to your problems. I have enclosed a check for $I00 to help in your efforts. Good luck to your campaign and to the young people in their musical efforts. Wish I could afford more. -"I was so surprised and "proud" to see you and the Cioverdale Band on TV news tonight. Enclosed is my small contribution toward your Vienna trip. How exciting ! I played coronet tnot too well) my freshman and sophomore years, 1956-57 and 1957- respectively, and enjoyed every minute of it. Although I moved after my soph. year, C.H.S. has always seemed like my Alma Mater. How the years pass by. I'm now 38. married 18 years and have two daughters, 13 and 11 anddo accounting for a C.P.A.firm. Hope your trip comes trueH" Tile MIRACLE OF VIENNA ...... CONTINUES.* .WVVvVV ...... VV ............................... .vvv. Ray Giordano stresses rights of victims At a recent meeting of the Santa Rosa Police Depart- ment Association, Ray Giordano, candidate for Municipal Court Judge, Department One, spoke on several issues. In parUmlar defendants, ignoring th rights of victims, witnesses and the general public'.. Giordano stated that "Wel have the right to be reim- bursed by convicted criminals who injure us or he addremled the following take our property. As a', problem: "Fol" too ion8 the municipal court judge, I will', courts have considered only work to protect the valuable', * * tt 4 !he rights _of _ ersmm_a_l r).ghts  eitiz, s: .......... Monday Afternoon Club to meet The Geyserville Monday Afternoon Club will meet on Mm-ch 24 at 2:00 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Smith, River Road, Geyse'ville. ,peter wm he Mn. lther Kind, who will give an exhibition of her paintings and hand-made chessmen. Young Women's Broadcast, Gold and Green Ball for LDS By DORIS HILL Two events are scheduled for members and friends of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of the Cloverdale area for this weekend, March 22nd at the Ukiah Stake Center. A closed circuit Young Women's broadcast will be heard Saturday afternoon and the annual Gold and Green Ball will be held that evening. All young women between the ages of 12 and 18 and their friends and teachers are invited to be at the Stake Center at 4:44 p.m. Saturday for short services prior to the two hour broadcast which will originate in the taber- nacle in Salt Lake City beginning at 5 p.m. A reception with refresh- ments will be held af- terwards, according to Good word for today: Give By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: Give and it shall be given unto you, good measure, pressed down and shaken together, and running over, shall men give Ldto your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again. Luke 6:38. In 2 Corinthians 9:7 we read that God loves a cheerful giver. The word cheerful is translated from the Greek 'hilaros' meaning hilarious; and Webster defines that as a pleasurable excitement of the animal spirits mirth, merriment. Another word thai can be used, from the same root, is exhilarate. To give to the Lords cause, whether it be money, time, talent, hospitality, or whatever it is you have to offer; and to do it, not grudgingly, but gladly is indeed exhilarating. Few other deeds that we do inspire in us such deep satisfaction and joy as comes when we happily give all that we possibly can to further Gods work. And as todays text shows, the giver is the one who gains. You simply cannot outgive God. Malachi 3:10 says, "Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse...and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of Hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive it". I always feel like putting an exclamation point behind that Scripture because it is so fantastic. Imagine ! God says, 'Prove me. Try me and see if this promise is true'. So let us keep in mind that as we give so we shall receive, and lets give of ourselves at every op- portunity - our work and time as well as our money - and lets do it cheerfully. What blessings await us as we return unto God a portion of what He has given us. A few years ago I read and copied this verse and it seems appropriate here. There was no author given. It isn't a question of what you would give if a million should fall to your lot; It's what you are doing next Sunday With the buck and a quarter you've got. Anon Baha'l Gleanings "The first sign of faith is Love."--Abdu'l- Baha "The essence of faith is fewness of words and abundance of deeds; he whose words exeed his deeds, know verily his death better than his life." --Baha'u'llah (sponsored by the Baha'is of Cloverdale-- 894-4172) Sharon Morgensen. Ukiah Stake Young Women's President. The annual Stake Gold and Green Ball will begin at 8 pro. and will include a floor show, refreshments and photos taken in a pioneer- type surrey by Ken Morgan. The semi-formal dance will have a Sesquicentennial theme, this year being the lS0th anniversary of the establishment of the L.D.S. Church. The ball, which is for ages 14 and over, is free and will feature music enjoyed by both adults and youth. Tomm Fritts and Luzanne Cloud are co-chairman of the event. Committee members include George Brown, Kathy Haas, Lela Howard, Marlene Thompson, Kirk McCallum and Dean Teach. JaAnna Greenwell, Highlands, is in charge of the floor show. Adventists can help smokers kick Seventh-day Adventists think that quitting smoking is important. They're so convinced of it that they offer cousrses for anyone who wants to kick the habit. II's all part of the emphasis the Adventist Church places on good health, according to Dr. J. Wayne McFarland, an originator of the "Five Day Plan to Stop Smoking". "Good health and good religion should go together," said Dr. McFarland, an assistant professor of preventative medicine at Thomas Jefferson Univer- sity, Philadelphia. "the philosophy in the Seventh-day Adventist Church is we ought to be good samaritans and help anyone, regardless of race. color or creed. That's good religion." So the church periodically offers the courses for anyone who wants to quit smoking. The Cloverdale Adventist Church will offer a "Five - Day Plan" Sunday March 30 to Thursday April 3. "We stress both the physical and the psychological addiction and what to do to get away from your craving." Dr. Farland explained. The last Cloverdale program, held in July 1979, attracted nearly 25 person. '"Many of them are heavy smokers. They've tried and fried. But many of them make "We have all over the' gone been in this Farland we've stop Religions of the Redman The public is invited to attend an informal Fireside meeting on Saturday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Dale and Diana Hudson, 122 E. 2nd Street, Cloverdale. Mike Bryan of Penngrove will be speaking of Indian Religions and prophecies. Mr. Bryan, a graduate of Walla Walla College in Washington twith a B.S. in History and Elementary Education), has been ac- tively involved in cultural Indian studies for more than tO years. The topic will be mainly on the Shaker, Drummer, and Dl'eamer Religions. References will he given from the book, "Drummers and Dreamers", by Click Lambert. Baha'is have' a great respect for the Indian Co)tore and their religions, and feel that mankind has much to benefit by learning more about this great, sincere people. "The culture and civilization of the Whiteman are measure much acquired culture measure d much to my compiled by Seton). For about this terested in about the please call Cloverdale Area Church Director' , United Church of t UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship, l I a.m. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH SEVEN TH-DA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH OAT VALLEY CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DA Y SAINTS BAPTIST CHURCH CLO Conl inuin of lhe ('nixed 439 No. Robert Highway 128 Christ tan and Missionary Hey. D.F. Hiel er 28775 Redwood Highway S. Alliance Phone 894-3107 Pastor - Dale Wolcott 28 Tarman Drive Sunday School. 9:45 a.m Phone 894-3445 Morning Worship. 11 a. m Phone: 894-5703 ' Growlh Groups- 9:30 am Saturday : Evening Service. 6 p.m. Sunday Worship- 10:30 am Sabbath School at 9:30 a.m. - Midweek Service. Evening Service - 6: O0 pm Worship Service at l 1:00 a.m. Wednesday. 7 pro. Sislers of Service (S.O.S.) Bible Sludy. Thurs.- 7:00 pm 131 Dina Street Phonel FIRST o. 2rid & 41h Tuesday '1 Church Ph. 894-2998 Su Family Prayer Fellowship BAHA FAITH Cl00iid BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday al 7:30 p.m. Firesides: Monday mornings |0 a.m. 450 Healdsburg Avenue A N TIOCH Friday evenings 8 p. n,. PARKSIDE Pastor. John Powell ('hildre,Cs Classes O F Sunday: MISSIONARY Junior Youth CHRISTIAN CHAPEL Bible Teaching Program 9: 45 a.m. Your h 533 West Second St reel Robert W Morning Worship Hour, BAPTIST MISSION Please call for more Rev. Richard Riles I ! a.m. information and-or Phone 89-1-289;; Sundav Bible Church Training Program, 473 Cloverdale Blvd. lileralure Sunday School. 9:45 am. Sunta 4 p.m. Ken iiams 8944172 Morning Worship l t.a.m. Evening Worship Hour, Mission Represe, tative Evening Service. 6 pro. Sunday E 6 p.m. Sunday School, 10a.m. Bible Sludy and Prayer Wednesday : Morning Worship, l ! a.m. Wednesday. 7 p.m. 76 Midweek Services, Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Daisy & Prims 7 p.m. Midweek Service Wedllesday. 7 p.m. Thursday Night. 7 pro. WMC-All Ladies Welcome ST. Thursday. l0 am. GRACE CHURCH OF GOD 00RedwoodH00.so. Claud K. Williams, EPISCOPAL Branch President 0 U R LUTHERAN OF PROPHECY Phone894-2032 CHURCH OF THE MT. C, Ai CH URCH SUNDAY z hour 00rrm00SCHEDULE GOOD SHEPHERD 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 2rid & Commercial Priesthood 9 a.m. Father Pastor (;range flail Rev. Norman M. Redeker A.W. West, Pastor Relief Society ga.m. 112 N. Main Slreet F,bonel .3-3g% Ptmne 894-3595 Primary 9 a.m. Priest in Charge aturda 894-2330 Thursday. 7 p.m. Young:Women 9 a.m. Bey. Marvin Bowers 5 Sunday Young People Sunday School I0 a.m.* 894-5719 Sunday dorning Worship 9: O0 a. m Sunday Sacrament meeting 1o: 50 a.m. Sunday Holy 8: 301 Relief Society ,Conmunion, Daily Sunday School 10: i 5 am. 9:45 a .m. & 6 p.m. Homemaking Mtg. 9 a .m. 7:30 1st Tuesday each Sunday MasS Month. 7: .50p.m. . I I IIIII I ' : | DOMENICHELLI THE ENCORE J. PEDRONcELLI REAL ESTATE ,,. S. Ch,vcrdale Blvd. WINERY 1220 Canym lid &7-3619 1,4-:14 (;cv.,u'ville IIi II I II II I " CLOVERDALE PEI.LEG, RINrS FRED YOUNG CLOVERD00 REVEILL00 BOWl. CHEVRON SERVICE & COMPANY r I t0 Healdslmrg Ave. B94-7 IM S. Cloverdale Blvd.  3323 mt-to or 433-33 IN-333 IL 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. B4F-33I