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Inquiring Photographer What hope do you see in the world today? JMm C. Powell Pastor G. Keadall Hoover Y Pastor Richard Rilea Seven Day A0ventist Church: world today is people trusting in Jesus in the Bible. He can give mankind forgiving their guilt and He has promised to soon to put an end to the mess the world is Prophecy Crusade at the fairgrounds this see what I mean! RILEA, Parkslde Christian Chapel:. : for our turmoil rflled world today, is found in Christ. The Apostle Paul boldly declared (is) our hope." - I Tim. I:I. Jesus is the World today, without Him there&apos;s no other, C. POWELL, First Baptist Church: If our to have any kind of hope in the future, we and women and fewer man-made to be committed to God and His philosophy of humanism. We need to the Ird" instead of "thus saith the word f J. KERSEY, United Church of Cloverdale: I human history has there begreater promise Modern communications planet into a neighborhood where people and nations know they must work together to survive..."To love they neighbor as thyself." The threat of worldwide economic depression underscores even more what we have long known: peoples of every nation, creed, race and circumstance must work together to solve the world's hunger problems, the world's unbalanced distribution, the world's mutus I assistance. The threat of mutual genocide by ntw.lear weapons should cause thinking, caring people of all nations to demand peace-making policies of worldwide cooperation policies, not more defense policies from their leaders. The opportunity has never been greater. The Prince of Peace and the God of Love calls us to seize the initiative. PASTOR AARON WEST, Church of God of Prophecy: God the answer. My hope is to see a world-wide revival. There people embracing Christ in underground churches in Russia. China is printing Bibles and people are standing in line to get into the churches. PASTOR G. KENDALL HOOVER, Neighborhood Church: Jesus said, "The Good news about the Kingdom will be preached throughout the whole world, so that all nations will hear it, and then, finally, the end will come." (Matthew 24:14, The Living Bible ) I believe our hope is secn in the ful/'dlment of this command. When this command is fulfdled, Jesus will come again. All of those who trust in only will be with Him forever. This is our hope, our only hope. ! Dale Wekett k Pastor Aaron We=t Rev. Robert J. Kersey RE.ELECT MATURITY AND EXPERIENCE that in officer, in for city and a great animals Animal John, for He fa meter utility has only animal the But any of four city dog to obtain 3ude need in to tbe Ice Oakland there is a such onthe of the It listed ad ticket needing pam- phlets, we have received a very limited number of them for public use. Please feel free to stop by and ask for one if you need one. Remember to vote - rain or shine - it's very im- portant to be able to vote. Just think, by a vote, you can make your mark on history - bet you never thought of it that way, did you? I have started a minute book indexing system for the city. I have gone back to November of 1977, when I Twst started as city clerk, so that my minutes will be fully indexed. I have numbered each motion of council, except for the acceptance of minutes and adjournment motion, as these are done each and every meeting in the exact sequence and are easy to fmd in the minute books. In the past, and now, we number and index resolutions and ordinances in the minutes but have never indexed motion of cmmeil. So I have started a system wbereby each and every motion except the two named above are numbered in the minute books and placed on a rding card system under topical index headngo. F_,aeh motion is listed by its 00number of tool ion, page listed in City Clerk's Corner minwe book, date and year motion made and ex- llanalion of whal a molion was aboul. Just imagine trying to find a motion of council that happened way back, on an undetermined date, in a book crammed with all kinds of information. It is almost impossible to do without spending all kinds of time tracing page" by page. Now all we have to do is go to the card with the correct topic heading, find the motion explanation for that item, see the number, page, and date, pull the correct book, turn to that page, and look for the index number in the margin along side the motion. It should really cut down research time. This is a system energy bills and homes to be discussed Our last project was the beautiful new library we are now meeting in. So come and help dream and suggest and then stay with us to help these dreams come true. Do come Wednesday, November 5, at 1 o'clock to the library, N. Cloverdale Boulevard, to the program meeting and hear our very timely speakers. The ,business meeting to which you are also welcome is Monday, November 3, at 10 p.m. at the library. some very helpful and needed information on a much crirte prevention in our Come to nelghborhneds, bow citizens can become involved in helping to slow dawn the fri00tening crime increase. Feguson will be presented of by Mrs. Leona Coatis of PG&E Santa Rosa Improvement to lower Club. We are very anxious be for interested women of our is commtmity to come out and take part in the discussion of a new, over-all com- us munity project for our club. devised for" the City Clerks' Association, along the Topical Indexing Lists. Thanks to a great organization for r some terrific ideas, I'm proud to be a member. I think it is important for the citizens to know what new ideas are being in- corporated at City Hall. Se ya next week! P H OTOTW I X E D CONTEST WIN... an Outdoor PORTRAIT SITTING and a Fraff'd 5xs- PORTRAIT Just Unscramble these words - A D. R MKR. The amswr ts one wet4 oty wll/m4 ny pwti, whlc reties le ielermy. Mullet: FIr! 6 Peoe to r..ll with th Coffer1 nswer win. Prize must apply fo 8 new Sit- tlng. 1 winner per fmily per year. Must have $tttin tnkefl within 30 CyS. Answer and new Pltetwixeei word next week LAST weeK,s ANSWER OEVELOPMIt wiomrs I $ GIn@ Glmli Pllne Chl Nrk H,imed M,- ,ot Erin Bo Robin Clery photography moc 894-5389 Studio hours: 8:30 to 4 Closed Thur':lays only. III Wednesday, October 29, 1980 - Page 5 I i I Sonoma County winetasting set for Nov. 13 A winetasting featuring Sonoma County wines will be ,November 13 to benefit the Richard T. Torkeison .Journalism Scholarship Fund. It will be from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building. The $2.56 admission includes a souvenir wineglass and bread and cheese supplied by Franco-American Bakery and Sonoma Cheese Factory. The fifth annual event is co- IIIIII Clausen District Chairman: Debate agreement if Bork repudiates radio advertisements not true and Mrs. Bork knows it," Emerson said. "If we are going to enter into 'meaningful' debate in good faith, then Mrs. Bork must demonstrate her good faith and her committment to meaningful debate by repudiating those radio spots and the false in- formation contained in the spots," Emerson concluded. Don Emerson, District Chairman of the Committee to Re-Elect Congressman Don Clasen, today an- nounced that a debate agreement may be reached if Norma Bork repudiates her radio advertising and orders the immediate removal of that radio ad- vertising from the air. "The radio spots contain information that simply is Calendar of Events Wedumday, October American Legion Bingo at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. Thurmlay, October Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's, 12:15 p.m. Aianon at St. Peter's Church, 8 p.m. Volleyball, Cloverdale v. Cleariake, Here, 5:30 p.m. Friday, October 31 Happy Halloween ! Football, Cloverdale v. Ft. Bragg, Here, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, November 1 United Church Women's Fellowship Bazaar and lamcbeon, I0 a.m. - 4 p.m. St. Peter's (ICF) Scholarship Benefit Buffet and Dance, 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Sunday, November Z Relief Society LDS Church at the LDS Chmrch, 9 a.m. sponsored by the "Press Democrat," the Sonoma County Press Club and the Santa Rosa unit of the Newspaper Guild, Local 52. It funds a scholarship grant to a graduating senior of a Sonoma County high school who intends to major in journalism in college. The fund was established in memory of Richard Torkelson, who was news editor ol Ihe "Press Democra" when he died in 1971. At the winetasting, t'Press Democrat" car- 'toonist David Wiley Miller twill auction 15 of his Ipolitical cartoons that have 'appeared in the paper with proceeds going to the scholarship fund. Tickets are available from members of the sponsoring organizations or by writing to to Carolyn Lund, th, Press Democrat, Box 569, Santa Rosa, 95402. Checks should be made oul 1o Torkelson Fund, and a s amped, self-addressed enve],pe should be in- cluded. I Believe .... EQUAL RIGHTS also mean equal responsibilities. COURTS and Judges belong to everyone. THE ACCUSED will receive a fair and impartial hearing. THE CONVICTED will receive swift and certain punishment. THE CONVICTED CRIMINAL shall compensate the victim for any damage suffered. THE VICTIM and the accused have equal rights in court. YOUTHS committing adult crimes deserve adult punishment. JUDGES should follow the law -- only the people should change it. DELAYS in trials deny swift justice. JUSTICE has no price, the courts must be for everyone, rich or poor. PROBATION is a privilege --if violated, the full sentence should be imposed. EVERYONE is equal under the law. BACK ROOM BARGAINING is unac- ceptal:00. J00di00ial ,decigipn00, 00hould be made in open court. Momday, November 3 Cloverdale Fire Department at the Fire Hall, 7p.m. Chamber of Commerce at the Tmu'ist Center, 8 p.m. Square Dance at Jefferson School, 7 p.m. Orange Blossom Garden Club at the Grange Hall, 1:30 p.m. Society at St, Peter's Ha, 7:30 p.m. Story Time at Clol Library, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nevember 4 Cloverdale Odd Fellows at Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Ladies Circle of Druids at Druids Hall,'8p.m. Grange at the Grange Hall, 1:30 p.m. Omtury Lions at the Grange Hall, 7 a.m. VFW and Auxiliary at Veterans Memorial, 8 p.m. Art Commission at 213N. Main St., 7p.m. ELECTION DAY! BE SURE AND VOTE! ;,g 4" , : :,: : : s;: f:.Z r :-X,,,;r:s>,t ;: f i!i !:.[<:ii;::,i: : t;= !::i;[:.:[:! 1i i 12 ;?;! ::: : ; : 12; i?:):?:i: . Don Clausen works hard in Congress. His recocd is outstanding. Don Clausen works long hours, providing leadership in two important co'gffees ond on the floor of the House. as well as meeting with conk.,ents ond otter,,ding to ff',e heow wocklood of a busy Congressionol office. CONGRESSIONAL VOTING RECORD 86.0 percent 2rid Session (vofes through 0/23/80) 90.5 pecer COMMIEE VOTING RECORD* m, f and lular Affairs (nce nua 73} blic Wos and Tranxion (nce nuaw 75) *(When Don is w' wi one committee, he is USuOtly in sess.'on wih the other) RE-ELECT CONGRESSMAN 88.3 percent 80.8 percent DON Paid for by lt' Commillee to Re-elect Congressman Don Clausen/P0 Box 1%1],' Sanla Ros CA 95403