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Page 12 - Wednesday, April 9, 1980 Zest for Life Run April 19 The Zest for Life Run, a fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society, will be held Saturday, April 19, at Sonoma State University. It is an athletic event open to all age groups and ability levels. The run, organized by KZST FM 100, with the cooperation of the American Cancer Society and Sonoma State University, will include three events, the entry fee is six dollars pre-paid, seven dollars the day of the run, tax&lt;ieductible. Runners who :flnish will receive a cotton t- shirt, liquid refreshments '" ill be furnished and the day will end on a festive note with musical entertainment. , The schedule of events is as follows: 8 a.m. check in at SSU Athletic Field; 8:30 a.m. Two Mile Fun Run, route on campus; 9 a.m. 10 Kilometer (6.2 miles) Run off campus; 10:30 a.m. Corporate Sprint Relay Competition, SSU Athletic Field Track; 11 a.m.' Awards Ceremony, seven Schwinn bicycles, donated by KZST, awarded to winners of male and female divisions, finishing time certificates for 10K runners; 11 a.m. to I p.m. music furnished by Musicians' Union Dixieland Band. The meet will be held on a fast, fiat course and is a certified 10K course ac- cording to Road Runners Club of America, information furnished by Fred Kenyon, Asst. Meet Director, Valley of the Moon Runners Club. There will be aid stations at two and four miles and at the finish. Joggers are urged to sign up by April 14. Entry forms can be picked up at the following locations: ACS, 811 College Avenue, Santa Rosa, Tuff Shirt, Coddingtown, Pepsi Cola Bottling Com- pany, 3029 Coffey Lane, Dales Schwinn Bikes, 605 College Avenue, the YMCA, or check local sporting goods stores, schools and hospitals, or runners may call KZST for forms, 528-34. Runners "should make good times" at this event and it is a chance for those in good health to help others in our community who are less fortunate. All Sonoma County and Bay Area runners are invited to varticiDate. Judge Jones: Free use of vets bldgs, to youth should be allowed Free use of veterans memorial buildings throughout Sonoma County "should be allowed to youth groups for recreational ac- i tlviUes, believes Don Jones, candidate for County ':Supervisor in the Fifth .District. " Jones said the idea has good support among leaders "of local veterans organizations, who would -welcome greater public use of  facilities, especially by young people. The veterans group leaders e the proposal as a way to help young people develop meaningfuJ and socially acceptable activities, said Jones, who is legislative committee chairman for Sebastopol Post 39 of the American Legion. Jones recently participated in a meeting of the Sanoma County Council of the American Legion at which youth patriotism and respect for the law were main topics of discussion. "Our young people need more leadership and sup- port," Jones stated, "and veterans groups can help fill that role." He added: "American veterans who served their country to guarantee our peace and freedom should join ranks now to serve our young people's need for direcUun. "Jobs, sports and social events, youth clubs and junior achievement type business activities could be the basis of a program of this type." He invited all interested in supporting the plan to call or visit his campaign headquarters, 6069 Sebastopol Ave., Sebastopol, telephone 823-1567. .:::::.::::: :::::.':::'.: : :.'.-.: :.:t: ; : : -::.:.- :.:.:.:.:.:.:...:...:.:.:.:.:....: ....... ;:; ;:. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;:;-; ;-;:; ; ; .: ...... ; .......... :...:...:+ .:....-..: .... ; ..... :..:... Citrus Squares, Square Dancing i SCTA endorsexProP@ 9 I The Good Word for Todo Doubt The Sonoma County for example, when the Taxpayers Association has endorsed Proposition 9, the Jarvis 11 proposal to cut state income taxes in half. According to SCTA spokesman Norman Macht, "There is only one way to cut government spending-give them less money to spend." "There is still plenty of room for budget cuts without affecting essential services, legislature cuts mosquito control programs while voting themselves ex- travagant pension plans, who are they serving-themselves or us. Our County Budget study will reveal areas that can be cut there also." The SCTA is willing to debate Proposition 9 before any interested group. St. Peter's Rummage Sale April 14 The annual Spring Rum- mage Sale by the St. Peter's Altar Society will open at 10:00 a.m. On Monday morning, April 14, in St. Peter's Hall, Cloverdale. Mrs. Robert Bogner, general chairman of this event, is receiving large quantities of merchandise for the sale. Articles for sale will be displayed in good order for quick shopping and the public is cordially invited to attend every day from April 14 through April 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. TEXT: Let him ask in faith, without any doubting; for the one who doubts is like the surf of the sea driven and tossed by the wind. For let not that man expect he will receive anything from the Lord. James 1:6-7. Doubt is the manifestation of lack of faith, and we see in today's text that God will not honor our requests if we ask in uncertainty. A classic example of this is found in Matthew 14:26-31 when Jesus came walking on the water to the disciples in their boat. Peter asked for, and received, the ability to walk iLlustration! One can hardly The truth miss the point ; which is toact through...we in perfect faith if we are to the power expect miracles in our life. our prayers. Jesus also made a very The opposite positive statement on the belief. We subject of doubt. Listen: concentrate "Truly I say to you, Along with the whosoever says to this boy who was mountain, be thou taken up an unclean and cast into the sea' and "Lord, I does not doubt in his heart, my unbelief." but believes that what he says recognized tl is going to happen, it shall be cerity and granted him." (Luke 11:23). will He do No clarification is necessary, and me. on the water. Verse 2o Navy Seaman R clearly states that Peter did walk on the water. It was an accomplished fact. But then his human rationality entered the picture. Peter knew that in the natural man cannot walk on water, and he began to doubt. The minute he began to waver he began to sink. What a forceful Mires reports for Navy Seaman Ronald G. Mires, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Mires of 739 Elm St., Cloverdale, Ca., has. reported for duty aboard the aircraft carrier USS En- terprise, dergoing Bremerton, He joined September Cloverdale Area Church Directory ! * United Church of * Jim and Janie Cotter for the night, and a new class is currently together with Wes and Louise The Citrus Squares meet being formed. We urge <'m attended a "Beginners uch Meaday, ni61.at Z,p.m. anyone seeking..goo, tun, Stampede" hoedown at at the Jefferson School. recreation and exercise to ::Petaluma, March 29. They were accompanied by Charles and Sand/ Rether- ford, all of CIoverdale. Vanya and Fred Leighton, club callers, attended a ,- beginners hoedown at 'lRohnert Park the same night. Many people ask if square , dancing is like the old barn  of yester year? The answer is no. Others see the special entertainment dogging demonstrations on T.V. and figure right away ' they will never be able to do that. But tain't so. In order todance in any square dance, "'mywhere in the world today, all you need is a partner (of the opposite sex), a knowledge jof the basic calls and a lot of practice. That is why work shops are held weekly to teach the various levels of square dancing know how. Four couples are required to mke a square. One square ror i hundred can comprise a fKunUam dance. Hoedowns are times when dancers get a ..chance to dance with other couples and teaching (as in the work shops) is snspended Beginners class starts at 7 p.m. Advanced dancers start at 8:30. Everyone is welcome give square dancing a try. You'll like it. Know your religion lecture April 12 By DORIS HILL "How to Improve Family and Home Environment" will be the topic for the April 12 "Know Your Religion" lecture this Saturday evening at the Ukiah Stake Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of L.D.S. beginning at 7:50 p.m. John L. Lurid, Direet0f of the Institute of Religion at Logan, Utah, will be the Speaker. His lecture will deal with specific helps for parents as they cooperatively work together to raise themselves and their qhildren physically and spiritually toward a sanctified and holy existence. He will also give scrip- turally based knowledge of the husband and wife relationship and how it forms the basis for success in the home. Those attending will be inspired to "go and do" and have an awareness that despite problems every family can be blessed and improved, whether the children are raised or not. Sterling Ellsworth was scheduled to be this month's speaker but he will be speaking at a special program in Hawaii this weekend. J w m : Rosary and blessing ser- - vices were held Friday, April 4, for Richard Leslie An- " dersen, 22, of Cloverdale, who : died Tuesday in a plpelaying accident on a Cloverdale . ranch. A native of San Francisco, he was a 1975 graduate of San : Marin High School and had : been a fwefighter with the ': Department of Forestry for - three years. " Services for Joseph Busrgler, : 72, were Friday, March , at St. Peter's Catholic Church. He died Tuesday at home. : A native of Zurich, Swit- : serland, he lived in : Cloverdale for 43 years and in California for 57 years. : A ranelu,, he worked Tor : the John T. Sink Ranch, Obituaries. Richard Andersen He was working for An. dersen Excavaters at the time of the accident; a ditch collapsed on top of him while he was laying pipe. He is survived by his father, Charles Andersen, Novato; his mother, Janice Andersen, San Francisco; his sisters, Julianne Piper, and Heather Andersen, all of Novato; his brother, David Andersen, Novato; his Joseph Buergler CIoverdale. He was a member of the Cloverdale Grove No. 2, Druids, and was an avid gardener. He is survived by his wife, Theresa Mary Buergler, Cloverdale; sons, Joseph D. Buergler, Oregon; Dominic .B. Buergler, Santa Rma, and I I grandfather, Charles An- dersen, Cloverdale; his grandmother, Mrs. Peggy Plank, Stough, Wisc.; his aunts and uncles and numerous cousins. Friday's rosary and blessing services were held at 10 a.m. at the Chapel of Fred Young and Company. Burial was at Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Santa Rosa. John P. Buergler, Clover- dale; daughter, Susie Marie Barnes, Milpitas; sister, Anna Marie Magdelana Marry, Switzerland, and one grandchild and two great- grandchildren. Inernment was at Oak Mound Cemetery, Heald- sburg. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of CIoverdale Phone 894-2039 Sqnday Worship, 1 i a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 450 Heaidsburg Avenue Pastor, John_Powell Sunday: Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour, ! I a.nl, Church Training Prograw,. 4p.m. Evening Worship Hour, 6p.m. Wednesday: Midweek Services. 7 p.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone: 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbath School at 9:30a.m. Worship Service at 1 i : 00 a. m. Sisters of Service (S.O.S.) on 2rid & 4th Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday a! 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Representative Sunday School, 10a.m. Morning Worship, ! l a.m. Evening Worship.6 pro. Midweek Service Thursday Night, 7 p.m. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cloverdale Bivd. Pastor Rev. Norman M. Redeker t33-3835 894-2330 Sunday lorning Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School i0:15a.m. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY Ymd &Commercial GrangeHali A.W. West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 p.m. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6p.m. NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tarman Drive Phone 894-3445 Growlh Groups - 9:30 am Sunday Worship- 10:30 am Evening Service - 6:00 pm -Bible St udy. Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides: Monday mornings l0 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p.nl. ('hildren's Classe Junior Youlh Youlh Please call for more reformation and-or literature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DA Y SA IN TS 28755 Redwood Hwy. So. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 894-2032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING HEDUI Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 a.m. Primary 9a.m. Young:Women 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.t Sacrament meeting 10:50 a.m. Retie f Society Homemaking Mtg. tst Tuesday each Month. 7:50p.m. OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CL( Highwa.v 128 Hey D.F. Hieter Continuing the Phone 89-1-310T of the Sunday School. 9: 45 a. m. Morning Worship. II a.m. United F:venmg Servioe. 6 p.m 439 No. Midweek Service. Robert Wednesday. 7 p.m. Ministe 131 Dina Street Ph Church Ph. 894-2998 Sunday Worship" Chii PARKSIDE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 533 West Second St reel Re_ Richard Rilea Phone 894-2893 Sunday School. 9"45a.m Mormng Worship 1 ! a.m. Evening Service. 6 pro. Bible Study and Prayer Wtnesday. 7 pro. Datsy & Prints Wednesday. 7 p.m. WMC-All Ladies Welcome Thursday. 1o am. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD ! 12 N. Main Street Priest in Charge Hey. Marvin Bowers 894-5719 Sunday Holy "Comnmnwn. 9am. DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cieverdale Blvd. 041-34 THE ENCORE i(H S. ('loverdale Blvd. |.N -tY944 J. PEDRONcELLI WINERY 1220 Canyon lid &7-3619 (;cyserviile CLOVERDALE BOWL I I0 Healdsburg Ave. W4-7 PELLEGRINrS CHEVRON SERVICE 0 S. Cloverdale Blvd. IN- 3323 FRED YOUNG & COMPANY EII-540 or 41.13-33 OF Robert Sunday Bible Sit Sunday Mo. 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