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t Page 12 - Wednesday, September 24, 1980 I I IIII I H " "t00lzgzon I Baha'i House of Worship North of Chicago in The exterior or- Wilmette, Illinois, stands namentation is lacelike, the aweinspiring Baha'i made of a mixture of white House of Worship in the cement and portions of form of a bell, calling out to ground crystalline quartz. the people of America to The architecture is struction is a sixth temple in Samoa and a seventh in India. Eventmdly there will be a Baha'i House of workship in almost every community in the world. ,come worship in the temple :bf brotherhood. Baha'is from all over the : vorld, followers of i;Baha'u'llah, Prophet- Founder of the Baha'i Faith, contributed to the !rection of this unique, nine- i.ided temple with nine entrances, inscribed with quotations from the Baha'i qacred Scriptures, one of which is "The earth is but one country, and mankind ts citizens." 3A French-Canadian ar- chitect, Loui Bourgeois,  began working on designs for he temple in 1909. By selling flowers he grew in ;is oWn backyard, he ;acquired the funds to make " a model in plaster which ;was selected in 1920. a blend of Grecian, Egyptian, Romanesque Gothic, Arabic and Byzantine styles. Bourgeons wished to ex- press the repeated efforts of men to glorify God. The Wilmette Baha'i Temple was dedicated to public use in 1953. Services are for prayer, meditation, and the reading of selec- tions from the Sacred Scriptures of the Baha'i Faith, and the other great faiths of the world. It intended to be used by people of all religions and all races. Other Baha'i temples were constructed later in Frankfurt, Germany, Kampaia, Uganda, Panama City, Panama, and Sidney, Australia. Under con- Abdu'l-Baha, son of Baha'u'llah, said that unity was the reason for the places of worship, where all religions, races and sects may gather together, and the oneness of the human world may be proclaimed.  Baha'u'llah taught that the time had come for mankind to be united in a common faith and a coni- mon social order. The "oneness of mankind is like a pivot around which all the teachings of Baha'u'llah revolve. In the Baha'i Temple, all men may turn their hearts to God and know that they are brothers. For more information n the Baha'i Faith, please call 894-4172. Italian Catholic Federation are $9 per person and may ii{ be obtained from Dina " This year the 50th 8 p.m. national Italian Catholic The annual day of Federation convention was recollection will be held a{ ".":i held at the San Francisco McGocken Center in Oc- Hilton "over Labor Day cidental on Sunday, October weekend and Cloverdale's 5. Anyone wishing to attend delegates were: Margaret this ..special day may do so Cooke and Dins Giovan- by calling Dina Giovannetti netti. The Healdsburg's at 894-05& A $5 donation delegates joined Cloverdale will includelunch and a film ' toys will be collected again s ii "The Silen Witness." Fr. Lorenzoni will conduct the program of the day. This starts t 11 a.m. and usually ends around 4:15 p.m. Anyone Wishing to enjoy a very peaceful day in the redwoods should attend. Bishop's Day by Santa Resa'District will be held at Herzog Hall in Petauluma with a 5:30 mass at St. James Church followed by Giovannetti. Theresa Tollini gave a ruport on Family Circle. The iof Branch will again giv a Clans basket to a needy family. Clothing, especially children's, and for the four-day conclave. Santa Rosa District's President was re-elected grand president for the third time. Robert Acquistapace of Santa Rosa was installed in an im- pressive ceremony before the M1 delegates in the Continental Ballroom of the Hilton on September 1. Instead of the usual second Saturday of the month, the October eard party will be held on Oc- dinner at 7 p.m. and danclng Peter's Church on October i tober4atSt. Peter's Hall at to follow. Tickets for this 16. iii .. . .......... . .; . , . ......... ........................ ......... ............ .......... ......... .... ,......., .. ..... ...... ....,.:.:, .:...,..:.:.,.:.:...:.-.:...>........:/....:.:.............. /:.::::;::;:':...:..-'/. "" == ii! choose them in tbe chart hdU. ! ICF will again SlXmsor the i Fancy Sork Booth at the Christmas Faire; all members are working on various things, not only. for the Booth, but for other booths at the annual bazaar. -il Because of the rummage sale, the next meeting will be held upstairs in St. ICF Card* Party to be held October 4 The October monthly card party at St. Peter's Hall will be held on Saturday, Oc- tober 4, instead of the prescheduled date of the following Saturday. This is due to a conflict of dates; so please not if you are a regular attendant at these parties to go to the hall on Dctober 4 at 8 p.m. in St. Peter's Hall. The public is invited; donation is $1; door prize and refreshments. At the September card :party, the following were prims: Pedro: Hgh- d Thelma Taylor, 2nd--' d eresa Buergler; Low - > Vaile Taylor. In Pinochle: ,. High - Caroline Hagen; zd - i::Lema Tyler; 3rd - Opal 4th - Ruby Hoff- Low - June Foreman. # In Canasta: High - Hazel up a table so that no one will Perry and Low - Thelma be disappointed. Cushman. Door prize was captured by Rachel Remember the date for garrison. Ocober-October 4 at 8 p.m., People are asked to make St. Peter's Hall. Dance and Buffet slated for Nov. 1 The local Branch of the Italian Catholic Federation will hold their second an- nuai Dance-Buffet at St. Peter's Hall on Saturday, November I, from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Mae Giampaoif and Barbara Ciatti are in charge of this event and plans have been formulated at a recent meeting. Itaikm foods will be served such u "Torts d Rlso," "Torta d/ patate," "Fuceaeeia," and Panetone along with the usual cold cuts and French rolls and bread. Buffet will, be open at 11 p.m. Tickets are going on sale soon and are limited to 400people! sO.. Continued on page 17 LDS Relief Society direct wire broadcast this Saturday By DORIS HILL units in six countries and and greet the gathering in one U.S. ttritory. The the Tabernacle, Elder .Bo.ya Women of the Cloverdale broadcast wil'b e tran- K. Packer of e Council of Church of Jesus Christ of smitted over closed circuit the Twelve wilt denver me Latter.day Saints will join in English to various major address. Relief with other ladies of the Ukiah Stake for a direct wire Relief Society meeting broadcast this Saturday (september 27) beginning at 5 p.m. at the Ukiah Stake Center. This will be the first general meeting for the Relief Society, to which ul] adult women of the Church are invited. The meeting will originate in the tabernacle on Temple Square in Salt Lake City and will be broadcast to some 2,000 locations in the United States, Canada, Anstraiia, New Zealand, the Ptp pines, Korea, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. The meeting's theme, "Learn--Then Teach," supports the present Church effort to strengthen the indivudai and the family, with emphasis on the home as the basic teaching and learning center. President Spencer W. Kimball will preside over St. Peter's Altar Society to hold rummage sale Mrs. R. L. (Bud) Hixon is in charge of th rummage sale conducted in the fall at St. Peter's Hall. This year the sale will begin on Monday, October 13, and will end on Friday, October 17. Mrs. Hixson and her committee will start assembling articles, clothing, household goods, books and magazines and whatever anyone wishes to dispose of. If transportation is needed, Mrs. Hixson will see that articles Society Gen. Pres.* Barbara B. Smith will conduct and address the meeting. --, 400-voice choir from two northern Utah regions will provide the music in the Tabernacle. Choirs in the broadcast areas will sing the same songs at the time the choir performs in the Tabernacle. Patricia Hayes, Ukiah, is President of the Ukiah Stake Relief Society and will greet assemblying in the Ukiah Stake Center for the broadcast. are picked up.. She will be assisted by Eileen Coilan, OHie Band/era, Lon I-ilatt, Emilia Bilbro, Dina Giovannetti and Kay Campbell. The large St. Peter's Hall is a free place to display the sale items and everything will be set up in order to shop easily. Several ladies will be on hand to aid customers in finding items. Everyone is invited to shop at the annual Fall Rum- mage Sale at St. Peter's Hail on October 13 through 17. LDS Mother-daughter luncheon to be held .Saturday By DORIS HILL . "Around the World" will be the theme for the annual mother-daughter luncheon of te Ukiah Stake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which will be hed this Saturday at the 1337 outh Dora Stake Center in Ukiah. The girl,, and their- mothers will be modeling fall fashions which they have made. Costumes/tom around the world  also be included in the fashion show, according to Sharon Morgenson. Ukiah Stake Young Women's President. The international buffet will include Swedish meatballs, Japanese rice, American green vegetables, Samoan fresh fruits, Egyptian bread and Ger- man apple cake. Sesqulcentelmlai Banners made by the girls of the stake during the past year in conjtmctiowwith the 150 anniversary of the LDS Church will also be displayed. A $20 donation is being asked for the luncheon. Counselors to Mrs. Morgenson are Gen Knudsen, Ukiah; and Jeani Oldwell, Willits, Kathy Haas, Uktah; serves as secretary to the organization. P. President Spencer W. Kimball Good Word for Tod Trust TEXT: And they in the reversal of mood was that a synagogue, when they Jesus spoke words that vry thing heard these things, were full displeased them. Reading of wrath and they rose up, that passage, we feel in- our actions by and thrust Him out of the dignation and great con- our case is city, andled Him to the brow damnation for those who rut doesn't of the hill...that they might would do such a tin- Christian, cast Him down headlong, ng...thrust out Jesus, the deceived. Luke 4:29, 29. one who came to save them. into that Here we have Jesus But wait It occurs to me are thrusting preaching in the synagogue, that we do he same thing. And as a with the crowds listening We agree with His teachings be assured avidly to his words. Verse that we can fit into our lives watching 15 says He was "glorified of without undue effort. In- your all," and "they wondered at deed, we do "glorify Him of clay you His gracious words" (verse and wonder at His gracious stumble. 22). Then, within the space words," until we come up Let's make of a few minutes, they were against one of His principles keep all pouring out their wrath that require real sacrifice, the hard upon Him and thrusting We struggle with it for a the swee: Him out. time and then reject it as be as the The reason for their not really meaning what it thrust Jesus St. Peter's Christmas Fai to feature Saturday lu By Dims GIOVANNETTI mind so they, too, can shop that time for Christmas, it will be a Bilbro As part of the annual hearty luncheon for all to bara Christmas Faire, which this enjoy while browsing 5142). year will be held on around the hall looking at Readers: November 22 and 23, at St. all the lovely handmade now to Peter's Hall in Cloverdale, specialties, bazaar and the OD mothers of St. Emelia Bilbro, general invite your Peter's Parish will be chairman of ths feature of the serving a special luncheon, the Faire, is lining up all the Season. Hot dogs, beans, CCD mothers (young Mrs. Harry  beverages and desserts will children's teachers of general be served from noon on catechism) to contributethe Christmas Squrday at the cost of $1 or food, time and effort for this tremendous $1.25 for complete meal occasion. Without their working on including the dessert, assistance, this would not be of this Though  luncheon is possible, project for served wlth children in Anyone who can help at Parish. CIoverdale Area Church Dire ANTIOCN lIMSStO1AIIY BAPTIST MIt*SION 3 CtovPrClale RIvI M,.,, Rel'tetatv*e Ken t* SunCIV KhOOI I0 a m &orn,nQ WorsJ*O II a m Evt'*g WOrlD ID m BAHA'I FAITH Study Classes (Mort. Morns) 10a.m. Pkase call for more Information Fireside Meetlngt {twice and-or literature a month.t'hett Calel. Phone: 1194,4172 04 Evils tot Dete Times) 4-443 Children's CllSSeS 9:0 a.m. 1194.4532 ($Ufl. 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