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8 — FRI., MAY 7-SAT., MAY 8, 1993 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- SCOREBOARD Baseball By The Associated PraM AH Time* PDT AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Detroit 16 10 Boston 16 12 FtowYoik IS 12 Toronto IS 13 MtwtuAee 11 14 Ctevetond 12 16 10 16 DiVWiOft W L 15 15 15 14 11 11 9 p.m. Atlanta (Avery 1-2) at Colorado (Henry 2-2), 60S pm Lot Angeles (Ke.Gross 22) al San Francisc Francisco (Black 1-0), 735 p.m. Ssrhixkw'n Gams* 2-3) at 10 11 11 14 IS 16 15 Pet. OB .615 — .571 1 .566 1H .536 2 .440 4H .489 5 .385 6 Pet OB .600 — .677 H .577 H .500 2H .423 4H .407 6 J78 SH Florida (Armstrong 2-3) at New York (S.Femandez 1-0), 10*0 am. San Dteoo (Etend 0-1) at CWcago (Harkey 3-1), 1fl5 CaMomla CWcaoo Tews AMfe Minnesota Kansas dty Oakland Wednesday's Gum* BaWmore 3, Minnesota 0 Kansas Oy 4. Dan* 3 Chicago 3, Milwaukee 1 Oovefand 3. Seattle 2 CaHomla 6, New York 2 Boron 3, Oakland 1 Texas 7, Toronto 1 Thursday's Game* Oakland 6, Boston 3 California 3, New York 1 Seattle 9. Cleveland 5 Toronto 10, Baltimore 8 Only games scheduled Friday'* Games New York (Key 3-0) at Detroit (Moore 2-1), 435 p.m. Baltimore (VaJenzuela 0-2) at Toronto (Hentgen 4-1), 435 p.m. Cleveland (Nagy 2-4) at Chicago (Alvarez 2-0), 6:06 p.m. Boston (Darwin 1-4) at Milwaukee (Wegman 2-4), 50S p.m. Texas (Ryan 1 -1) at Kansas City (Pichardo M), 835 p.m. Oakland (Downs 1-1) at Callomla (Fkitey 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Minnesota (Tapani 1-3) at Seattle (Powad 0-0), 736 p.m. Saturday'* dimes Baltimore (Sutdlfle 2-2) at Toronto (Castlto (M)). 10:05 am. Boston (VTola 4-2) at Milwaukee (EMred 3-3), 10:06 am Cleveland (Young 0-0) at Chicago (McOowel 5-1). 4*5 p.m. New York (Abbott 1-5) at Detroit (Boton 1-1), 4:05 p.m. Texas (Brown 3-1) at Kansas CHy (Cone 0-4), 5:05 p.m. Minnesota (Deshales 4-1) at Seattle (Hanson 4-0), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Welch 3-2) at California (Langston 3-0). 7A5 p.m. p.m Atlanta (Srrtth 2-2) at CotonidofHutfln 1-1), 1O5 p. m. Los Angelas (CandtoM 1-3) at San Francisco (Burkett 5-0), 108p.m. St. Louts (Cormier 1-2) at PNtedefehla (Mulhonand 3-3). 4«S p.m. Montreal (Jones 4-1) at Pittsburgh (Cooke 1-1), 4:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Smiley 0-4) at Houston (Kite 14)). SOS p.m. Sunday's Gam** St Louk at PNtadetnla, 1035 am. Montreal at Pittsburgh, 1036 am. Florida at New York, 10*0 am San DIMM at Chicago, 1120 am. Atlanta at Colorado, 12:05 p.m. Lot Angeles at San Francisco. 1:06 pm Cincinnati al Houston, 6:08 p.m. Leaders New York at Detroit, 1035 am Baltimore at Toronto, 1035 am. Boston at Milwaukee, 11:05 am. Texas at Kansas City, 1135 am. Cleveland at Chicago, 1135 am. Oakland at California IAS p.m. Minnesota at Seattle, 135 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Eut Division W L Pet 08 PhUadefchla 19 7 .731 — Montreal 15 12 .556 4M SL Louis 15 12 .656 4* Chicago 13 13 .500 6 Pittsburgh 13 13 .600 6 Florida 12 15 .444 7H New York 9 16 .360 9H West Division W L Pet. OB San Francisco IB 10 .643 — Houston 16 11 .693 1ti Atlanta 15 15 .500 4 San Diego 11 15 .423 6 Cincinnati 11 16 .407 6K Los Angeles 11 16 .407 6tt Colorado 10 17 .370 7V4 Wednesday's Games Chicago 3, Colorado 2 San Francisco 11, Philadelphia 2 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 6, Florida 2 Montreal 6, San Diego 5 Houston 6, St. Louis 3 Los Angeles 6, New York S Thursday's Game* Cincinnati 5, Houston 4 Atlanta 13, Colorado 3 Only games scheduled . Friday's Game* San Diego (Benes 4-2) at Chicago (Morgan 2-4), 1220 cm. / St. Louis (Magrane 2-2) al Phladefcrta (Greene 2-0), 436p.m. —. "-:\ .„..;!....,. ........... .. Montreal (Nabhob 1-2) afPlttsburgli (Torrtln 1-2), 416 p.m. ' Fbrida (Hough 2-2) at New York (Gooden 3-3). 4!40 nfll Cincinnati (Rljo 3-V> at Houston (Swtndel 4-2), 6:06 By The Associated Press AMEHCAN LEAGUE BATTING-Olerud, Toronto, .406; Gibson, Detro*. .394; MVaughn, Boston. .374; LJohrMon, Chicago, .370; QuWana, Boston, .358;Cooper, Bwrton, .347;Fryman, Detroit, .343. „ . ^ RUNS-Beta, Cleveland, 23; Fryman, Detroit. 22; Gonzalez, Texas, 22; RAtomar. Toronto, 22; Snow, Cal- fomla. 20; Palmer, Texas, 20; Fielder, Detro*, 20: Carter, HBI-Belia. Cleveland, 30; Carttr, Toronto, 29; Canseco, Texas. 28; Fryman, Detroit. 23; Thomas, Chicago, 22; Rodriguez, Texas, 21; Buhner, Seattle, 21. HITS—Oterud, Toronto, 39; LJohnron, Chicago, 37; Fryman. Detroit, 36; Cooper, Boston, 36; McRae, Kansas City. 36; Philips. Detroit. 35; MVaughn. Boston, 34; RAkxnar, Toronto, 34; Buhner, Seattfe. 34. DOUBLES-MVaughn. Boston, 11; Anwal, Seattle, 9; Anderson, Baltimore, 9; Canseco, Texas, 9; 7 are lied TRIPLES-Pagiaruto, Minnesota. 4; Lotion, Cteve- bnd, 3; McRae. Kansas CHy, 3; Burks. Chicago, 3; Poto- nla, Calfornla. 3; Greenwell. Boston, 3; CRIpXen, Balll- ""HOME HUNS-flele, Cleveland, 11; Palmer, Texas, 8; Griffey Jr. Seattle, 8; Carter, Toronto, 6; TMartlnez. Seattto. 7; Gonzalez. Texas, 7; McGwire, Oakland, 7; STOLEN BASES-Lofton, Cleveland, 14; Curtis, Calfornla, 13; RHenderson, Oakland, 12; RAJpmar, Toronto, 8; LJohnson, Chicago, 8; FeWer. Seattle, 8; Hulse. Texas, 7; McRae, Kansas My, 7. PITCHING (4 DedstonsJ-Hanson, Seattle, 4-0, 1.000,1.29; McOowet. Chicago, 5-1. .833,4.50; Hentgen. Toronto, 4-1. .800,2.08; Mussina, Baltimore, 4-1, !eOO,2.S5;VYolls.Detrolt,4-1. .800,1.86; Deshales, Minnesota. 4-1, .600,2.79; Sanderson. California, 4-1, .800. 2 79 ' STRIKEOUTS—RJohnson, Seattle, 54; Clemens. Boston.48;Apptef,Kan»aflC»y,43;Lang8ton,Callfoml- a, 41; Cone, Kansas CHy, 35; Flntey, California, 35; Fer- SAVE!)—OWafd. Toronto, 9; Agudera, Minnesota, 8; Montgomery. Kansas CHy. 7; Russell. Boston. 7; Henneman, Detroit, 6; Farr. New York, 6; 6 are tied wflh 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTNG—Bonds. San Frandsco, .432; Galarraga, Colorado, .380; Vizcaino, Chicago, .355; Merced. Pins- burgh. .347; Lansing, Montreal, .345; Alou, Montreal, 343; Magadan. Florida. .341. RUNS—Bonds, San Francisco, 30; MaWIDIams, San Frandsoo,25;Dykstra, Philadelphia, 23;EYoung, Colorado, 20; Single, Houston, 20; King. Pittsburgh, 19; Kruk, Philadelphia, 19. RBI—Bonds, San Frandsco, 29; Galarraga, Colorado, 27; Grace, Chicago, 23; Hayes, Colorado, 22; MaWllllams, San Frandsco. 22; DHolllns, Philadelphia, 21; Bagwell, Houston, 20. HITS—Galarraga, Colorado, 41; Blausor, Atlanta. 38; Bonds, San Frandsco, 38; MaWlllams, San Francisco, 36; Gwym, San Diego, 36; Alou, Montreal, 35; Bagwel, Houston, 33; Vizcaino, Chicago, 33;Grace. Chicago, 33; Butler, Los Angeles, 33. DOUBLES—«onds. San Frandsco, 11; Galarraga, Colorado, 10; Lansing, Montreal, 8; Bagwell, Houston, B; DHollns, PhlladefehE. 8; Anthony, Houston, 8; Biggie. Houston, 8; Grace, Chicago, 8; MaWllams. San Fran- ctoco, 8; Owynn, San Diego, 8. TRIPLES-Martln, Pittsburgh, 4; Clayton, San Francisco, 3; VanderWal, Montreal. 3; 13 are tied wdh 2. HOME RUNS-MaWllllams. San Francisco, 9; Bonds, San Rancbco, B; Sosa, Chicago, 6; Justice, Atlanta, 6; Hajw, Colorado. 6; Sheffield. San Diego, 6; Daufion. Phladejphla. 6. STOLEN BASES—ACote, Colorado, 14; Carr, Florida, 13; EYounfi, Colorado, 12; DLewte, San Francisco, 12; Nixon, Atlanta, 12;Coleman,NewYork, 10;EDavto, Los Angeles, 110. PITCHING ('i Decisions)—Burkett, San Francisco, 6-0; 1.000,2.88; Hill; Montreal, 4-0.1.000,2.38; Glavlne, Atlanta, 4-0, 1.(X». 2^»7; Schilling, Philadelphia, 4-1, MO. 2.44; JJoriee, Montreal, 4-1, .800, 5.87; Harkey. Chicago. 3-1, .7«0,4.70;Swlft. San Francisco, 3-1, .750, £84; Rlto, Cincinnati, 3-1, .750, 2.79. STRIKEOUTS—Smoltz, Atlanta, 40; GMaddux, Atlanta, 39; Drabek. Houston, 37; Armstrong. Florida 35; Rljo, Cincinnati, 35; Benes, San Diego, 32; Schilling. PhladeWa, 32. SAVES-MtWHHams, Philadelphia. 11; Stanton, Atlanta, 10; LeSmth, St. Louis, 10; Harvey. Florida 8; Mysrs, Chicago, 6; Beck, San FrandKO, 7; Belinda, Pittsburgh, 8. Stanley Cup By The Associated Press Al Tim** PDT DTVWON FINALS (Beet-of-7) Ntoncrayi Miy * Toronto 2. St. Lours 1, 20T Tueoday, May 4 Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Islander* 0 Montreal 4, Buffalo j.^OT WvonMoiy* NMy 9 St. Louis 2, Toronto 1, SOT, series tied 1-1 Los Angelas 6, Vancouver 3, series Bed 1-1 Thursday, May 6 Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Wanders 1. Pittsburgh leads series 2-1 Montreal 4, Buffalo 3, OT, Montreal leads series 3-0 NBA Playoffs By The AeeoclaKd Pm** Al Tim** PDT (B**«-of-S) Monday, May a Chanotte 119, Boston 69 Houston 111, LA Clippers 99 Tu**d«y, May 4 Chicago 08, Atlanta 88. Chicago wins series 3-0 Indiana 116, New York 93 Utah 90, Seattle 80 Phoenix 107, LA Lakers 102 Charlotte 104, Boston 103.Charlotte wins series 3-1 San Antonio 107, Portland 101, San Antonio leads series 2-1 Cleveland 93, New Jersey 84, Cleveland leads series 2-1 LA Cuppers 93, Houston 90, series tied 2-2 Thuraday, M*y 6 NewYork 109, Indiana 100, OT, New York wins series 3-1 Seattle 93, Utah 80. series tl*d 2-2 Phoenix 101, LA Lakers 86, series tied 2-2 Braves hitting slump ends in 15-3 pasting of Colorado By The Aeeoctated Pr«M DENVER (AP) — After a brain-rattling collision at first base, one would have thought it would take more than a tiny finger blister to get John Smoltz out of the game. But Smoltz had already done his job, holding the Colorado Rockies to two runs on two hits deep into the sixth inning, when Atlanta manager Bobby Cox decided to take precautions. "He got a little bit of a blister (on the ring finger of his pitching hand)," Cox said. "We had a lead, and rather than tear it, we elected to take him out" The Braves, emerging from a season-long hitting slump, gave Smoltz and two relievers plenty of support, pounding out 15 hits Thursday night to whip the Rockies 13-3. David Justice and Ron Oant hit homers and drove in four runs apiece to pace the rout. Sid Bream and Jeff Blauser also homered. "It seems like we've hit into a ton of double plays this year," Cox said. "If we hit them over the fence, they can't catch them." Justice had a two-run, opposite-field homer in the first inning. Bream had a two-run shot in the seventh, and Blauser had a solo homer and Cant a three-run homer, both in the eighth. The last three came off reliever Mark Knudson, who yielded four runs in both the seventh and eighth innings. "We've showed signs for about a week now that the guys are starting to hit the ball," Cox said. "It was good to see them break out a little bit" For one scary moment in the third inning, it appeared Smoltz's night might end prematurely. The Rockies had a runner on first with pitcher David Nied, an ex-Brave, at the plate. Expecting a bunt, first baseman Bream charged the plate as Nied popped a bunt over his head. Smoltz scrambled for the ball, running into second baseman Mark Lernke and then diving for the bag, where he collided with Nied. The ball popped loose. Smoltz sat dazed on the din for several seconds, exercising an aching jaw. "I actually got hit twice," Smoltz said. "I'll have a sore jaw for a while. It was one of those plays where we aren't expected to say anything—just go for the ball. Lernke got caught between the play. I couldn't stop and collided pretty good. After that. David came down the line and there was no way of avoiding him. He was out until the second hit, when I dropped the ball. "I got hit in the jaw and then in the head. I had to recollect my thoughts, because I had a pretty good headache." As for the blister, Smoltz said he developed a "stinging feeling when I threw a slider. In the sixth inning, I didn't have much left anyway. Bobby wanted to save me for my next start" Smoltz (3-3) went 5 2-3 innings, departing with a 5-2 lead. Nied (3-3) allowed at least one run in each of his first four innings. THE QUEEN BARN 1109 S. STATE STREET MOTHER'S DAY ~ SPECIALS ~ Reservations Recommended 462-55S5 Open Sunday 4:00-9:00 p.m. Itee Cente^ OPEN EVERY DAY' PERKINS a 101 Happy Mother's Day Free Flowers Saturday for Moms! Mendocino Mustangs Car Show 10 a.m. 3:00 p.m Saturday one conve Plenty of Parking. IIKJAH ASSEMBLY OF GOD: 7700 East Road, Redwood Vaifey. Church, 485-7684; Home, 485-1306, Pastor Jack McMHin Jr. Sunday School — 9:45 am. Morning Worship — 10:45 am. Evening Worship — 6:30 p.m. MB-Week (Wednesday) — 7:00 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD: 395 N. Barnes St. Pastor Lehman Myatt. Sunday School — 9:30 a.m.; worship — 10:45 am.; evening praise celebration, 6; Wednesday Family Night, 7. BAHA'I FAITH: P.O. Box 1093.462-4939. CaH for location ol Wednesday Evening Fireside. BIBLE BAPTIST: 400 Observatory Ave. 462-1828 or 468-0134. Pastor Jinn Bailey. Sunday School — 10 a.m. Worship Service — 11 am. Bible Study — 6 p.m. Evening Preaching — 630 p.m. Wednesday Service — 7 p.m. CALPELLA COMMUNITY: 6251 Third St Sunday School — 9:45 am. Worship — 10:45 am. CALVARY BAPTIST: 465 Luce Ave. 462-5638. Pastor David Donned. Sunday Morning Service — 11 am. Sunday School — 9:30 am. Evening Service — 6 p.m. CALVARY CHAPEL OF UKIAH: Meets at Seventh-Day Adventet Church. 1390 Laurel Ave. 485-1179. Pastor Paul Stem. Sunday Service — 10 am. Thursday Bible Study t- 7 p.m. (held at Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave.) CALVARY WAY: 3601 Tollini Lane. Church, 462-3345. Pastor Lonnie Cox. Sunday School — 9:30 am. Junior Worship Hour —10:45 am. Morning Worship — 10:45 am. Pre-Prayer Services — 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship — 6 p.m. Wednesday Youth and Family Night—730 p.rrT CHRISTADELPHIANS: 205 S. State SL 485-7186 or 462-8886. Sunday Bible Study —10 a.m. Memorial Service — 11 am. CHRISTIAN SINGLES: Meeting every first and third Friday at American Savings Bank community room, comer Gobbi and Stale Streets. Bible study Thursday nights at 7 pm, cal 468-0106 for information. For more Information cal Rick Carrvin at 468-0106. CHURCH OF CHRIST: 25 Norgard Ave. (State Street and Norgard Lane. P.O. Box 25) Church, 462-5678. Bible Study -^Wednesday, 7 p.m. Sunday Worship — 11 am. and 6 p.m. Ride to any service, 462-5610. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY: 170 Wabash Ave. 468-8589. Pastor Joseph D. Gibson. Sunday School — 9:45 am. Morning Worship — 11 am. Sunday Evening Worship — 6 p.m Wednesday Evening Worship-7p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS (FIRST WARD): 1337 S. Dora St Office, 462-7289; Foyer, 488-6746. Bishop Kenneth Christensen. Sacrament — 9 am. Sunday School, Primary — 10:16 a.m. Prteefrood, Rstof Society — 11:10 am. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS (SECOND WARD): 1337 S. Dora St Office, 462-2381; Foyer, 468-5746. Bishop Wesley Stevens. Sacrament — 2:60 p.m. Sunday School, Primary — 1 p.m. Priesthood, Relief Society — 1:55 p.m. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE: 690 Jones St. 462-3444. Pastor Jerry Mtanda Sunday School — 9:45 a.m. Worship — 10:30 a.m. Sunday Night — 6 p.m. Wednesday Night — 7 p.m. CITY OF TEN THOUSAND BUDDHAS: 2001 Talmage Road. Ancient Teachings for Modem America. Every Sunday, Instructions and Practice in Meditation — 8 to 9 am. Dharma Talk and Discussion — 9 to 10 am. followed by stories and songs — 11 am. and a vegetarian meal. Activities in English. CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES: Emerald HHte —1:45 p.m. Autumn Care Nursing Home — 2:30 p.m. (462-6636). Ukiah Convalescent — 3:15 p.m. Valley View Skilled Nursing — 4 p.m. ECKANKAR SATSANG (MENDO-LAKE): Teaching of the Light and Sound of God. Worship Service and Introductory Meetings. Information, 263-3874. Public welcome. 497 Lesjie St. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH: 750 Yosemtte. 468-9251. Pastor, Dave Strem. Worship Service — 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for aH ages —11 am. FAITH LUTHERAN (LCMS): 560 Park Blvd. 462-2618. Pastor Maynard Schulz. Sunday School — 9:15 a.m. Worship — 10:30 am., followed by fellowship at 11:30 am. Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd Sundays. Children's message — 3rd Sundays. Youth confirmation — Tuesdays, 3 p.m. Bible skJdy — Wednesdays, 7 p.m. and Thursday, 10 am. Youth group meets first Sundays. FIRST BAPTIST: 300 W. Smith St Pastor Wrttam C. Duncan. Associate Pastor Garry Zeak. Sunday School — 9:30 am. Morning Worship — 11 a.m. Evening Worship — 6 p.m. AduH Bible Study/Prayer — Wednesday, 7 p.m.; disdpieehip and pioneer ministries, 6:45 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST OF HOPLAND: Highway 101 and 175. Church, 744-1449; 744-1197. The Rev. Lee Bradley. Sunday School — 10 am. Worship — 11 am. Evening — 6 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST (REDWOOD VALLEY): 642 EUen Lynn. 485-7713. Pastor Gerald Johnson. Sunday Bible Study — 945 am. Morning Worship — 11 am. Evening Bible Study — 6 p.m. Evening Worship — 6 p.m. Mkl-Week Prayer and Bible Study — Wednesday, 7 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST: 204 S. Oak St. 462-6155. Sunday School — 9:30-10:30 a.m. Service — 11 am. Wednesday Evening Testimony Meeting — 7:30 p.m. Reading Room — Tuesday/ Thursday/Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN: 1'W N. Spring St Pastor Dick Ober. Sunday School (das- sen for children and adults) - 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m. children go to their own session after a time for them in the service. Fellowship Time —12:10 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: Perkins and Dora streets. Pastor, Peter H. Thomson. Early Church — 8:40 am. Hispanic Worship — 9:00 a.m. Adult Bible Class — 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship and Chun* School—11 a.m. Nursery provided. FREE DAIST COMMUNION: The Way of the Heart Sri Da Kalki (Heart-Master Da Love- Anandei. Do Free John). Study Groups, Introductory Videos, tail 463-2999 fw information. GLAD TIDINGS GOSPEL ASSEMBLY: Call 468-1647 for information. Pastor, Marvin Wilson. In- home fellowship, non-denominational, Pentecostal. Sunday — noon and 7 p.m. Wednesday — 7 p.m. GOSPEL TABERNACLE: 5075 N. State St Pastor Gordon Engman. Sunday Mom- ing — 10 am. Sunday Evening — 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening — 7 p.m. For bus ride, caH 485-7595. GRACE LUTHERAN (ELCA): 200 Wabash Ave. 462-7795. Pastor, James C. Bliss. Sunday Worship Services — 10:15 am. Holy Communion on Festivals and 1st and 3rd Sundays. Sunday School/Adult Class — 9:00 a.m. Children's Church (youth 3-6) — 10:15 a.m. Nursery provided for aH activities. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH: 640 S. Orchard Ave. 462-8042. Rector — The Rev. Edgar E. Shippey, Deacon — The Rev. Cal Morgan. Sunday Service Schedule: Holy Eucharist, Rite I — 8 am.; Choral Eucharist Rite II — 10 am. (nursery care available); Sunday School — 10 am. with nursery care. Tuesday 12-Step Mass — 7 p.m. Wednesday Morning Prayer — 7:30 am. Thursday Bible Study with Holy Eucharist — 10 am. JEHOVAHS WITNESSES: Kingdom Hall, 195 Low Gap Road. 462-4041 , 462-8948. East Congregation Public Talk — Sunday, 10 am. Group Bible Study - Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. theocratic School — Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. West (^ngregation Sunday Bible Sermon — 130 p.m. Group Bible Study — Monday, 7:30 p.m. Theocratic School — Thursday, 7:30 p.m. MENDOCINO COUNTY INLAND JEWISH COMMUNITY: For Information caH 463-1 196. MT. TABOR MONASTERY BYZANTINECATHOLIC: 17001 Tomki Road, Redwood Valtoy. 4864969. Divine Liturgy Sunday — 10 am. Vespers — Friday and Saturday, 6 p.m. Friday Prayer Meeting — 7 p.m. Divine Office — Daily Confessions anytime (call) Private Prayer anytime. NEW LIFE UNITED PENTECOSTAL: c' Sta ^ St «f1273. Pastor Ken Condran. Sunday Services — 10a.m., 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening — 7 p.m Free Home Bible Studies. POTTER VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH: 10151 Main St. 743-1269. Pastor PhD Lewis. Sunday School — 9:45 am. Services — 11am. and 7 p,m. POTTER VALLEY COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 10075 Main St., Potter VaUey. 743-1152. Pastor. Carol Santiago. Sunday Worship Service - 11 am. Church School — 9:45 am. RADIO WORSHIP SERVICE: K-WNE 94.6 — Sunday 1 1 am. REDWOOD VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH: 951 School Way. 485-8541. Pastor Steven McCoy. Associate Pastor Rick Oliver. Sunday School — 9:40 am. Early Morning Service — 8:30 am. Late Morning Service — 11 am. Evening Service — 6 p.m. AH services provide nursery care. RELIGIOUS SOCEITY OF FRIENDS (FELLOWSHIP OF QUAKERS): Meets the first Sunday of every month in Wliti. For more information caN 468-0689. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF. JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-0AY SAINTS: Labor Union Hall, KUKI Road. 459-5009. Kenneth Wichstrom. Sunday School and Church — 9:45 a.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST: 1390 Laurel St. 462-5455. Pastors, Ralph Watts and Jerry Sorensen. Saturday Sabbath School — 9:25 a.m. Worship Hour— 11 a.m. Monday Prayer Meeting — 10 a.m. ST. MARY OF THE ANGELS CATHOLIC CHURCH: 508 W. Perkins St. Pastor, Fr. Gary Lombard!; Associate Pastors, Fr. Francisco Gonzalez, Mary Leittem-Thomas, Pastoral Associate. Masses — Daily, 8 a.m.; First Saturday, 8 am,, Saturdays (fulfills obligation) 5:15 p.m.; Sunday, 7:30, 9,10:30 am.; Noon (Spanish Mass). Children's Liturgy of the Word during 5:15 p.m. and 9 a.m. Masses. Children's Church, 9 a.m. Mass Holy Days, Vigil, 5:15 p.m., 8 am. Confessions — Saturday 4-5 p.m. TRINITY BAPTIST: 900 S. Dora 462-8569. Sunday School — 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m. Evening Worship — 6 p.m. Wednesday programs: Bible Study and Prayer Service, 6:15 p.m., Youth, grades six through 12; Girls in Action, grades one through five; and CC Boys, grades one through five, wi meet at 6:15 p.m. UKIAH CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE: 741 S. Oak St (wheelchair accessible). 462-3564. The Rev. Candice Bectet Youth Church — 10:30 am. Sunday Services — 9 am., 10:30 am. Youfi Group (ages 13-18) meets 2nd and 4tii Sundays at noon. Dial-A-Creabve Thought, 468O785. Visit the church bookstore open Sundays after service and Monday through Thursday from 11 am, to 4 p.m. UKIAH FOURSQUARE GOSPEL: 321 N. Bush St 462-7766. Pastor Ken Lewis. Sunday Morning Worship — 10 a.m. Child care available. Children's Sunday School — 10 am. Evening Fellowship — 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting — 6:30 p.m. Men's Saturday Morning Prayer — 7 a.m. UKIAH SARVA DHARMA: Breath of Light Healing Center, 2138 S. State St. 468-8061. Silent Meditation — Every Monday — 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. UNITARIAN UNIVERSAUST FELLOWSHIP OF THE MENDOCINO COAST: P.O. Box 1145, Mendocino. 95460. For information, call 994-0542. Meets 2nd and 4tii Sundays — 11 am. on the coast UNITED METHODIST: 270 N. Pine St. 462-3360. Pastor, Anne Dilenschneider. Sunday School — 9 am. Worship — 10 a.m. Meditative Worship Service - Wednesday 5 pm Adult Bible Study — Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. UNITY OF WILLITS: ..JfiTE O* St 469-3M1. Spiritual Leader Ada Stock, Licensed Unity Teacher. Evening classes only. WORD FOR TODAY: 486-6036. Chuck Smitti. Radio KFAX (1100 AM) - 11:00 am. to 11:30 am., Monday through Friday, WORD OF FAITH FELLOWSHIP: 292 Seminary Ave. 4W-1447. Paitor Wwren Me/r. Sunday, -10 am. and Fridays - 7 p.m. Child owe provided. Editor"* nak: Pivot forward am cfcww to ytnr irfnMun to fte editor, Jim Smilk at 469-3500.

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