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Page 8- Wednesday, September ', 1980 Cloverdale was one of only two or three bends from other countries that presented gifts and-or greetings of good will to .the City of Vienna and its peoples. Efforts were rewarded in the attempt to make the Vienna experience as fulfilling and complete as possible for not only the CHS Band but also for the people of both cities...the United States of America, Sonoma County, Cloverdale, California, and Vienna, Austria. Communications and greetings from the City of Cloverdale, Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, State Legislature, Governor of the State of California, and our Congressman in Washington, includes resolutions, proclamation and telegrams...all sent with good will to the City of Vienna. While the world seems to revolve in. an ugly climate of violence, people all over the world (little people, nobodies) are attemDtin in their own way to create peace and good will. The Cloverdale High School Band "played" an important part in one such attempt. The Miracle of Vienna belongs to the community of Cloverdale and everything pertaining to it is passed on as soon as it becomes available. The following communications are from Congressman Don Clausen. The only loose end that failed to materialize was the request to he President of the United States. "Dear Vivian: "I thonght you would like tohave copies of the enclosed letter fmthe White House along with copies of the telegrams I sent to the Minister of Education and Culture and the Mayor of Vienna. I did contact the Liaison Office at th White House to request a message of introduction from the President. Un- fortunately, because of the numerous requests of this kind that they receive, it was not possible for them to send a message. "Looking forward to seeing you soon and the opportunity to hear all about the Cloverdale High School Band's trip to Vienna. "With kindest personal regards, Sincerely, Don H. Clausen Representative in Congress" The White House Washington July 1, 1980 "Dear Congressman Clausen: "The President asked me to acknowledge his receipt of your letter of June 24 forwarding and endorsing the request by members of .the Cloverdale High School Band in being designated to represent the United States officially at the Ninth International Band Festival at Vienna, Austria, in July. "The President appreciates your bringing this request to his attention. He asked me to share your correspondence wth officials in the Department of State for direct attention. Please be assured the the Cloverdale Band will receive every consideration. "Leopold Gratz Mayor of Vienna Rathaus , 1010 Vienna, Austria Sincerely, Frep.k Moore Assistant tothe President for Congressional Liaison" "Dr. Fred Sinowatz Ministry for Education and Culture Minoritenplatz 5 1014 Vienna, Austria t "This is to introdtlce members of Cloverdale, California, high school band and their leader, Steve Connolly. Having been chosen to represent the U.S. in Ninth International Band Festival, these young people are privileged and honored to have this opportunity to visit your country. All of us in the Redwood Empire are proud that this outstanding group is participating in this cultural exchange. I know that they will be warmly welcomed in your country. "Don H. Clausen, Representative in Congress, Second District, California, USA" Baha'is invite public to a fireside The Baha'is of Cloverdale invite the public to attend a fireside on the topic, "The Baha'i Faith and World. Peace" at the home of Ken and JoAnn Beck, 17 Alter Street, 7: 30 p.m., September 21. Around 100 years ago, Baha'u'llah, Prophet-founder of the Baha'i Faith, proclaimed to religious leaders, kinds and rulers that the promised age of brotherhood and peace had dawned. Baha'is believe that when love and agreement are manifest in the family, the nations and humanity itself, warfare and strife will end. Abdu'l-Baha, son of Baha'u'llah, writes of that time, "All mankind will dwell together as one family, blend as the waves of one sea, shine as stars of one firmament and appear as fruits of the same tree." For more information call 894-4172. Homeowners Advisor By ALLAN DAMEROW Broker QUESTION: I have heard that the expenses of repairing a home can be deducted from the selling price when com- puting the gain to be taxed or deferred. Can you tell me how this works? ANSWER: Homeowners ean deduct "fix-up" expenses from taxable gain if the work is done withn 90 days prior to the day the sales agreement is signed, and if paid within 30 days after the date of sale. Further, the expenses musi be otherwise nondeductible, and must not be considered for improvements or capital expenditures. It is usually in the seller's best interest to make such repairs since a home in good condition generally sells faster and-or brings a better price. Your tax accountant can give you additional details on this Internal Revenue Service ruling that provides incentive for homeowners to market their homes in top condition. SenJor CJtJzens News Manzanita Manor Mu The September l0 pot luck luncheon was opened with Happy Birthday being sung and the doxology. Present were 107 members and guests. Mrs. Kinzley played the piano and Mrs. Godden led the singing. The birthday and guest tables were full-so many had birthdays in September! We were greeted at the door by Evelyn and Francois Lutz who are such nice friendly people and make us feel so welcome. We had a beautiful day and en- joyed our luncheon with friends and neighbors. The business meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and "God Bless America" was sung. Pauline Barns was sworn in as treasurer. It was learned we can get our "Gold Cards" at Kings Valley by contacting June Novack. Maybe we can get some of our local mer- chants interested in the discounts--the closest is Santa Rosa possible to prepare for you. Remember--anyone who has been married 50 years or more is welcome to this luncheon and you do not have to belong to the club to be there. The crews who set up and decorated tables were thanked as well as the kitchen crew, and clean up people. Mildred Allen reports the following ill or in the hospital: Effie Leonard, Irene Moore, Loren Moore, Ione Pelligrini, both Mat and Ida Kausala, Bert Cassady, Elizabeth Bardona, Dena Gambetta. Home now are Marion Williams and Effie Leonard and Leola Thompson who thanked us for our cards and prayers . Any senior interested in square dancing or swimming at the local pool (5-6:30 evenings; no children ) should contact Rachel Garrison, 894- 3810. Cards at 1 at the Vets Bldg., Sept. 24, and don't forget the Catholic's card party starting this month (Sept.). They will be held on the second Saturday of each month. Marie Ackesson made the door prizes which were won by: Al Kinzey, Gus Eckenburg, Elsie Miraglio, Joe Ribe, Gertrude Valentine, Frank Now for the big news- October 8,* 1980. We will honor all Golden Wedding couples from Cloverdale and anyone who wishes to come. Call Rachel Garrison, 894- 3810, and let her know if you can come. This will make it Rosicrucians observe building of Great Pyramid When the sun crosses the celestial equator signaling the autumnal equinox in September, as reckoned in the northern hemisphere, the worldwide Rosicrucians will commerrorate the building of the G?eaPrylamld in Egypt. John Brill, master of the local AMORC, Rosicrucian Pronaos states that Rosicrucians throughout the world will gather for a ceremony on September 21, at which time they will reenact the building of the Great Pyramid Of Cheops. According to Rosicrucian traditions, Mr. Briil stated, the Great Pyramid at Gizeh was begun at the time of the autumnal equinox in the northern hemisphere. Unlike other pyramids built as a burial place during the pyramid age, it was erected as a temple of learning. It is said that its construction demonstrates a knowledge of all the known sciences of the period including higher mathematics, physics and the fundamentals of astronomy recognized today. The Rosicrucians trace their traditional origin back to Akhnaton, Pharaoh in 1350 B.C., wh 9 has been described as the first great personality in history. Thus, they one worM, under God commemorate their ancient origin by the ritualistic and symbolic construction of a miniature pyramid. The placing of each piece sym- bolizes the cultural ac- complientSO f the Order. The ceremony for the Sonoma County area willbe locally enacted at 749 Parkside Dr., Santa Rosa, Sunday, September 21. at 1 p.m. "zne public is e-ordial] invited to witness the ritual. Pot luck dinner will follow the ceremony. "Ye dwell in one worM, and have been created through the operation of one Will. Blessed is he who mingleth with all men in a spirit of utmost kindness and love." Bahfi'u'llfih For more information: CALL 894:4172 The Bahd'/Faith Aslel. May.. Johnson. Ruth By RUTH HUNTER cloth plus an extra umbrella for another table. Pelligrini. Anne\\;Krause, and Vounteer Auxiliary: As we are only having one Linda Burman. Jan Freeman. Mary Our treasury is now very fundraiser this year, we Johnson and Juanita Cobin low. Since we have had one badly need items for our table brought Della Dorland, or two fundraisers a year we at the October Flea Market Coralie Dummen and Victor have been able to do quite a (October 4). If you have any Zimmerman from Manzanita fewthings for the residents to "white elephants," hand- Manor. It's a delight to have enjoy. Among them, a couple made articles, knick knacks these people as they enjoy an of games for exercising, two or almost any usable article ouling and lunch away from new Iriple head Norelco you could donate, please let their "home" emmensely, razors, a costly repair )oh on" us know. Cecelia Baker's very the movie projector, so once home at 11 Orange Dr., will again movies could be shown, be the collection point, who lived However, articles may be left River Road | Winnie Connolly showed us slides of our Band's trip to A bulb for the projector, with Jan Freeman at the will Vienna. They were very another time. Seven planter Manor. If you have articles birthday! interesting and beautiful, boxes were made for growing to be picked up, please call looking The old world architecture vegetables andflowers. One Jan at 894-5201, and would like was a joy Io behold; and the time the bingo prizes were so arrangements will be made friends to young people were so happy low we spent $20 to help to pick them up. Your 2p.m. in spiteof the rain most of the replenish them, music books cooperation will be very us lime they were there, with sing-a-long type songs, much appreciated. So Thanks, Winnie! stamps and sympathy cards it! for families who lose a loved During this summer a resident. And this year an number of outdoor barbecues outdoor table with four was delightful! One Volunteer chairs, umbrella and table drawback, however, was 16, 1:30 pJ. It was nice to see Fazio's back and so many that had been gone for awhile. Some we missed are the Gibsons, Adele King, Ken Curtis, Jesse Swift, the Otobonis and, of having to to cook the: there is rid of this and get a use it. maybe we other ! A note Public invited to loin course, Lou Hodgkinson. World Peace Day A special birthday greeting to Henry Madden our Elder The Baha'is of Cloverdale music and instrument. Veteran ! Also, one of our invite the public to join them Inaugurated in 19 for the founder of charter members, in prayer in recognition of purpose of calling attention to taught Will leave you this time World PeaceDay, september the need for establishing world with the following quote: 21, 6:30 p.m., at the peace among the nations of world "Hell is--having people talk Cloverdale City Park. the world, World Peace Day abandoning about you who don't even has been sponsored annually racial know you !" See you next Following the prayers will be by the National Spiritual prejudices. time--and keep smiling, or at refreshments and singing. If Assembly of the Baha'is of Baha'is least try. you wish, bring your own the United States. adhering to Baha'u'llah Good Word for Today: TEXT: And the peace of God, which passeth all un- derstanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Jesus Christ. Philippians 4:7. Everyday life in America has accelerated to such a hectic pace that tension has become the norm. We are daily bombarded with a multitude of experiences that cause stress. News ,-oL calamities occuring on the other side of the globe reaches us while they are yet happening. In essence, we are actually there-involved in these events--through live TV coverage. And while you are, in fact, a witness to these crimes and catastrophies, you are powerless to help because you are Peace geographically far removed from them. Thus, though your adrenalin has begun to ttow m preparation for fight or flight there is no productive release for it and you become troubled and tense. Given this set of cir- turns,antes, we can readily see the reason for the st aBRering number of tranquilizers that doctors are prescribing today, and for the shameful amounts' of alcoholic beverages being sold. These chemical agents blur the sharp edges of reality and give a false sense of peace. True peace, however, cannot be attainl in this Way. But there is an answer. about the and Thomas diplomats, to Psalm 119:166 says that they and who love God's law have sohoois,l great peace, and it's true. them. It is And it comes about because will bring the scriptures show us how to peace." deal with problems that rob Luther us of our peace. The real science remedy for tension then breeder would be to get deeper into of peace God's Word. When we love something we want to get all more truly of it that is available. Pray as peace you study, and ask the Holy For Spirit to reveal to you how to please handle each stressful situation. Often, the only thing we can do to help is to Jesus pray, but this is a positive to action in our part and it gets 14:27. results. Our tension is you, My relieved and we have a you. Not measure of peace, give I unto It is the property of every heart be believer, that he have peace, it be Cloverdale Area Church Director' ANTIOCH IISSIONARY RAPTfST MISSIOH 47] (toverClale ivcl Fb%S.On Relret&tv,e Kf hm 5unoav School t0 a , GRACE LUTHERAR CHURCH .$ufl& /born Worsh,p SLrviC@ oc,ncl Worsh, tt a , I N CIovellle Blvcl .rdl SChOOl E vc'n,nq WorshfD 6 O Iv Pastor Norman /M Reclkef Fv,clweek St'rv,(e ( 1"burs ) 7 p , Phone 433 3113S or 94 2330 RAHA'I PAITH StuOy Classes (Man Morns.) lOa.m. Please call for more information F,reside Meet,nqs (twice NIEIQNaORINIOOD CHURCH GrOwth Groul andor literature a month check Calendclr Chr,st,n ,ssrlry AIIid)nC@ Setly Worlq PhOne 8944172 of Events for Dates ?8 Tarman Or,re EvO $aM'v,e acs Ties) 8944663 Children's Classes 9:308 m. 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