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Page 12 - Wednesday, July 9, 1980 Thou &apos;N Things By Nobody in Particular DEAR HEARTS ..... AND GENTLE PEOPLE...LIVE IN MY HOME TOWN. I love the dear hearts and gentle people...who live and love in y home town...and I want to thank the Chamber of Com- <merce and everyone for the recent honor. I should have...but I didn't! About two months ago my favorite relative and I went to a Chinese Restaurant and my Fortune Cookie said, "You will receive a great honor." MIKACLES MIRACLES Isn't it a miracle that Mr. "C" has been able to achieve so +much for so many for so long? And isn't it a miracle that little Cloverdale High School should be invited to Vien- na...and...that we raised so much money in so short a time? And won't it be another miracle if we even come close in the final competition? Can't help wonder how many miracles Cloverdale has in her pockets as I remember Steve Cormolly's words when I asked if he wanted to go to Vienna, "It would be a great opportunity for the kids." And when I asked if he believed in miracles he said, "Cloverdale has already performed miracles." The miracles continued as many gentle hearted people from this community contributed directly to the personal needs of some of the students...although it was public knowledge,that the "needed" amount of money for the trip had already been ralsed. + The students sacrificed too. We all know they prac- +ticed...and...pract:ced. Some of them lost needed summer and at least one of them lost a much needed part time job .%vhfle school was still in session. I don't think anyone of us "will ever be sorry that we :sacrificed to make the Miracle of Vienna come true. In this world of greed and self seeking it is truly a miracle for a :people to come together and unite behind the values and priuciples thdt our "hero" the Remarkable Mr. "C" represents. Cloverdale I love you...l thank you! DREAM OF ETERNITY +vear Inez, ; I enjoyed our talk even though it meant more pain. We live ':and learn from those people we like and admire and we learn ,'*.from each other what is most important and of value in our ++ . .+ lives. Through the years your words will live in my memory. I only hope that mine touched your heart with comfort and a + little understanding. My thoughts and prayers will be with you as you face this next trial of...life. The Dream of Eternity verse has been printed in this column several times, but this time it is just for u s because I ,promised Dream of Eternity As I reach for the dream of eternity As I search through my stud's desire As I stumble and cry -  + I keep wondering why? I don't understand But...l try t ,Allied Grape Growers elect president Robert C. Mclnturf of Fresno was re-elected Vresident of Allied Grape Growers at a reorgan- izational meeting in Fresno of the board of directors following annual membership meetings of the cooperative held earlier in Cloverdale and Merced. McInturf, a grape producer in Fresno and Madera counties, has ser'ved as chief executive officer since 1956 of the 1,150 member organizational of wine grape growers. Robert N. Hines of Sanger was elected secretary, succedding Buddy T. lwata of Livingston, who has retired from the board of directors +after serving 24 years as the .association secretary. Hines, a grape and citrus grower, has been a member of the board for seven years. He is manager of the Central California Almond Growers cooperative and formerly Served as manager of the Clovis-Sanger Cooperative Cotton gin. Other officers elected for new one-year terms are Don Toyoda, Turlock, vice president, and H.T. Wood- worth, Ixli, treasurer. Joining the four officers on the executive committee are Ron Berryhill, Ceres; Sterling Norgard, Ukiah; Jim Ponzo, Madera, and Don Serimian, Selma. Pottm and Sarimian are new members to the committee. David Zollinger, Turlb.k, was seated on the board *at the July I meeting, replacing Iwata. :Victory dinner for Byrne A victory celebration from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Donation mner will be held in honor of $15 per person. Judge Elect Raymond Byrne at the Green Mill Inn, 1001 Did ledwood Highway, on y, July 11, IN0. Roast dinner will begin at 8 p.m., with no host cocktails + 'l'ickets may be obtained by calling Nick Aquila, 823-6451 or 874-3045, LOule Giovannini ,823-3741, or John Gromo $42- 0630. L.D.S. Education classes to be held in Santa Rosa By DORIS HILL "Education Week" for members and friends of the Church, of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of the area will be held July 15 and 16 Tuesday and Wednesday, at the Santa Rosa Stake Center, 1725 Peterson Lane, Santa Rosa. Classes will begin at 2 p.m. each day and continue until 9:50, with a 70 minute dinner + break starting at 4:50. There will be five choices of classes in each of the seven periods. This will include a class geared to the youth during each period. Special video presentations will be among the choices at 6 p.m. each day. A film of the dedication of the Orion Hyde Memorial at the Mount of Olives and President Spencer W. Kimhall's Mid-East tour will be shown on Tuesday; a lecture by Ezra Taft BeniGn will be presented on Wed- nesday+ Topics for the two days will include, besides classes on Church doctrine, classes on speed reading, family communication and problem solving, writing techniques, public speaking, physical fitness and gardening, topics for the youth will include tackling today's temptations, succeeding in school, on dates and sports. Two the faculty mem- bers rees in law and the majority of others hold doctor's degrees. Tickets for the affair are $8.50 for the two days, pre-registered, or $II at the door. Family tickets are $24, or $27 if purchased at the door. Evening tickets are $3.50. Dinner may be pur- chased at the Stake Center each evening. "Education Weeks" are held throughout the United States each summer. Ten are being held in various locations in Northern California. The L.D.S. Church emphasises and encourages continuous learning regardless of age. Music & Liturgy workshop offered On Saturday, August 9th, the Department of Religious Education for the Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa will sponsor a Music and Liturgy Workshop and evening concert in Santa Rosa. The Workshop will be given by Ron Griffin, a music Minister from Southern California and director of a personally formed singing group called Leaven, who will also join Ron in the day's events. In addition to the workshop, ROn and I.aven will perform that night along with the Catholic Media Crew for an evening concert. The workshop will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Resurrection Catholic Church 303 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, and will conclude at 4:30 p.m. The purpose of this workshop is to provide people the op- portunity to gain more knowledge in music and liturgy and find practical ways to apply it in their own parishes. The concert will be held at Ursuline Gym, Ur- suline High School, 90 Ur- +suline Road, Santa Rosa, beginning at 8:15 p.m. Cost for the workshop and concert will be $7 or $5 for each event. For further in- formation or registration please call the Department of Religious Education, 539- 0440. Cloverdale Citrus Squares By WES CROSS Padgett, "Sherry" Neill, Dick Joy Cunningham and Jan and Jennie Silzer, Wes and Cunningham dancing new LoulseCro, Jessie Gitchell, calls in a square with club The Cloverdale Citrus Cal and Becky Calloway, members. Other club dan- Squares held a Pot Luck June Garnet and Edna Rowland, cers enjoying the dancing 30 in honor of their guest Dave and Hazel were Shawn Ball, Ron Cole caller Dave Wischemann and Wischemann. A chocolate and Bobby Cole and Dena his "taw", Hazel. Dave cake with Square Dancers on Gambetta. "called" for the Monaay it was presented to Dave, and The evening concluded with night workshops during June Hazel cut it for all to enjoy, two squares of club dancers while the regular caller, Col brought a watermelon experiencing new and old Vanya Leighton, was on which was a much ap- calls outside on the school vacation. Those attending preciated after dinner snack, playground. the potluck were: Bob and The beginner's workshop Square dance workshops Virginia Pederson, Jim and was conducted from 7 p.m. to continue each Monday night Jannie Cotter, Myrtle 8:30 p.m. with Tim Wilson, at the Jefferson School. Public transportatlc00 at Sonoma County Fair Bus transportation to the Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa, is provided by Greyhound Bus Lines, Golden Gate Transit, Santa Rosa city buses and two senior citizen groups. Greyhound is putting on express+ buses leaving the Bay Area in the morning and returning after the last race approximately 7 p.m. Golden Gate Transit buses leave for Santa Rosa ap- proximately every half hour and stop at Old Courthouse Square, central Santa Rosa, for connection with local transportation. Santa Rosa City transit has two lines which pass near the fairgrounds, Route 2 and 5. Route 2 leaves Old Cour- thouse Square and crosses town on E. St. Falrgoers should disembark as it turns west on Maple. Returning home, riders should pick up Route 5 in front of the Veterans Memorial Building. Senior Opportunity Ser- vices is offering rides to those 55 and older in various areas of the county on diffenmt days, and will run two special shuttle buses on July $ and 14. A 24 hour advance notice is required, and the organization would ap- preciate a pickup of two or more at a time. Mary 00ranslt dlKount cards to be Issued + , The Sonoma County Emncil on Aging is happy to ule the August 1980 of discount cards for ly and handicapped. The discount card is issued of charge and entities and over or disabled Ali persons  or over, however, need only to show proof of age. Cards will be issued on Tuesday, August 5, 9:30 a.m. t? 3:30 p.m. at King's Valley Apartments, I00 King's Circle in Cloverdale. to ride most regional transit systems at half-fare. Blind people ride free. Handicapped or disabled people need to have a form signed by their doctor or their qualified agency before obtaining the transit card. "Church Women United Assembly represented worldwide Helen Campbell, The theme of the assembly, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me," was carried throughout every smsion by the use of dramatic presentations, workshops and progress sharing screens. All delegates were given me opportunity to choose the sessions and workshops they would most like to attend. Then all deleagtes met together for the general: assembly. The 1980 Church Women United Ecumenical Assmdy proved to be a great blessing to all in at- tendance. The Northern Sonoma County unit will be hearing more about this great gathering at the next area meeting August 2, Cloverdale City Park, 2nd Street, Cloverdale. Sharidan is the contact at 539- notice. The number is 544- 2443. 9485. Also Volunteer Wheels will For information about escort persons in wheelchairs+ other county bus service call to the fair if given three days' Ridef'mders at 528-3433. Good Word for Today: By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shah be saved. Matthew 24:13. Endure. Webster defines it, in part, as 'to hold out, to bear, to suffer". There are times in our lives when our ability to endure is severely tested, and we find it harder and harder to bear up. In our own strength it is often im- possible to stand fast, and we are demoralized when we find that we lack the your life try necessary stamina to hold out. the Lord. But listen to these words of to cast our our Lord in Isaiah 41:10, and He will "Fear thou not, for I am with He will thee; yea, I will uphold thee righteous to with the right hand of my a righteousness". SO we do not it. have to rely on our own faith strength. The key is learning promise is to trust in God-to get to the will know place where we can lean on Him totally. "..behold The next time you are happy called upon to endure trials in (James Family Service Agency workshop in Assertion Family Service Agency of assertion skills, and self- in practice i Sonoma County will offer a confidence. This workshop the workshop in Assertion will cover such subjects as of Training on July 12, from 9 shyness, learning to make Medical a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a requests and refusals; ex- consultant follow-up session from 7-10 pressing anger or affection;. Cotmty p.m. on July 16. meeting with new people; vices. and applying for a job. The Assertion training is an workshopswereconducted by For action-oriented technique for Jeffery R. Martin, Ph.D., call Family increasing self-awareness, Psychologist. Dr. Martin is 545-4551. Planck to preside at Mrs. Ralph Planck Sonoma Valley Woman's The (Stella), President of Club, 574 First Street East, is to plan Vineyard District 2-3, Sonoma. All officers and help the. -CaLifornia Federation of chairmen are asked to at- newl Women's Clubs, holds the tend; all members of first Board meeting of her federated clubs are welcome, includes term in office on Monday, as well. Attendees are asked federated July t4 at 9:30 a.m. to bring a "sack" lunch. Lake, Coffee and tea will be Mendocino The 'meeting place is the provided. Geneology classes to begin July By DORIS HILL The 12 week basic Genealogy course "From You to Your Ancestors", will begin its new classes on Sunday July 13th at I0 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The purpose of the course is to encourage its students to search out their own family history. Some of the subjects covered in the course will be: "Beginning Your Research; Family Records; Birth, Marriage and Death Records; The Research Process; Preparing Your History," etc. A field trip will be held towards the end of the course with a visit to the Santa Rosa Branch Genealogy Library, where instruction will be given as to how to read census records, Microfilm, and complete thecourse. instruction on the use of the is about records available at the struction Library. For Anyone interested in interested Searching out their own the "roots" is welcome to attend at 894-32S0. Homeowner's By ALLAN DAMEROW of this Broker residences :y+ QUESTION: We plan to buy our first home, but have across the been told by friends that we percent in should wait until prices come Since the down. Is this likely to hap- terest pen? ANSWER: We have ex- in the perienced record-breaking demand foe interest rates in recent of existLng < months, and home sales have to continue slowed considerably. In spite now! Cloverdale Area Church Dire Church Women United's Ecumenical Assembly {onvened June 26-29, 1900 at Jbe Univeity of Southern ifornia, Los Angeles. egates from all over the world were in atttendanee. One hundred and thirty-four tountries were represented. brea Chairman Alberta ouat, and local unit esldent Jeanetta West Attended along with local members Stella Planck and ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Ivcl Miss+on Representotvie Ken tiaras Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship I1 a rn Evening WorshiO 6 pm AA+dweek Svice (Thrs) 7 D.m GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH N CtoverOale Bird Pctstor; Norman M. Redeker Ptne 33 35 or 89 2330 .Sy Morn Worship Servie Sunday School BAHA'! FAITH Please call for more inirmaliOn arl-or litet"atur. Phone 1194 4172 StUdy Class (MOrt Morns.) 10 am. Sfu,3y Class (AAOn Eves ) 7 30 prrt $: ,r(5(le te.etinqs (CheCk Calendar Of Events for.Date5 & Times) Ch,10ren's Classes NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian & MiSS+Gritty Alliance 28 Tarman Dr+ve Phone: 894 Growth Groop5 Sunday Worship Evenir Servico Bible SftKly (ThurSday) J CHURCH OF CHRIST 76 Tarmon Drive Minister: Robot! W 1 Churchill PhOne: 1194 S063 Sunday Bible Study 10 o.m Sun Nornin9 Worship 11 am. Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Wed Eveninu 7:30 pm. CHURCH OF q'OO PROPHECY Pastor: A.W. Wet Phone: $94.3 Stanley 9:45 a.m. & 6 p.m, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 11755 Redwood Hwy, SO. Branch Pros..: Cloud K. Williams Phone IN4. .12 SUNDAY 3 HOUR BLOCK PriesthOod 9 am Relief SOciety 9 am. Pr ,ry 9 a.rn. YOUng Women i 9 a-re. Sunday School 10 a.m fcrament Mee/in@ IO:SQ o.m. Retitl Society Homqmglkill. 7:)0 p.m. MID. l,rd" Tues. each Nnlh IEPISCOPAL CHURCH Oi THE GOOD SHEPMERO I1 N, Moin Slreel Roy. : Marvin Bowers Priest in Chage Phone: !194 5Y19 FIRSYAPTIST CHURCH Ht I()Uro Avenue Paslor : JOl Powell SunGy Holy Coffmuiofl 9 l.m Bible TechiM Pro@ram 9:4S am. Mornin9 Worship Hour If a.m. Church Tremm9 Prllram 4 p.m. Even Worip Hour 6 p.m. Midwet Sfvlce5 (WtqSrt(ly) 7 p.m, OEYSERVILLE CHRISTIAN cHuRCH 210 Ge,flerJlle Ave." PS,': J#mes D. Corner .00ED YOUNG & COMPANY  or ::;on. Mornm wortaip Church Christ|ira WomI'S Felmllip Ladle. A iii I1:0 a.m. !1:1S a,m. V- o.m. 10:00 a.m. "TI. THE ENCORE 104 S. Cloverdale Blvd. im.eN4 OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHUBCH H,ghway 128 Rev D.F H,eter Phone: 894 3107 Church Phone :, 891.29 Sunday School Morninq Worship Evenin@ Service Mi,,k Srvice (WY) 131 Dina Street J PARKSIOE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL S33 WeSt Second St. Rev.: Richard Rilea Ptxe: 4 3 Sunc y School Morning Worship Evenin9 $rvice Bible Study & Prayer (Wed) Daisy & Prim (Wed.) W/IAC Atl Llie$ WeIcorv (,r, 1.,1. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 211775 Redwood Hwy. S. Plsto : Dale WoIcott Phone: 894-5703 SATURDA Y: Salath School Worship Sevtce Fomily Pro'q" FelloliR (wm..|....a Sister of SerrieD (S.O.S.) 2rid & h Tues. ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL Reo H|WJy SO. Father Henry Pfe: 894- 2S3. 5afurdtJy Even Nt$$ Sundoy J IAsti) Doily Alk5 (Clvd.} SunOy tss (Cll.} J UNITED CHURCH OF CLOVEROALE jod@yWolhlp 439 N. Cloverd&le Blvd. Child Cre AvlilMe Min : Robert Kersey Plone: 894.203# Continuing the minislriet of the Cogregatkm Church  rite United UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting with The United Church Of Cloverdlle Phone: 89.039 fmvdoy WOflip Oomenichelli REAL ESTATE A;,' 104 N. Cloverdaie Blvd. 894-3354 J CLOVERDALE BOWL 10 Huldstmrg Ave. e94-71m; ,, i i ii , , , ,, s ,, i iii Peliegrlni's J. PEDRONCEUl Ct O VI PR CHEVRON SERVICE WINERY " REV E 1220 Canyon- Rd., GeyserviHe 206S. Clle Blvd. 112 894-3619 +