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10B--April 3, 2003 The Cuba Free Pn Century 21 Friends attends ( See Clearly...Read h!ternational Convention Century 21 Friends recently Century 21 Real Estate Corpo- I Plax in tour .trended the Century 21@ In- ration. in San Diego, CA, where Sys- American broadcast journal- terns brokers and sales asso- ism icon and Erin Gruwell, a ciates frm arund thewrld tw-time Califrnia Teacher F Bll!" t:athered to learn, share and of the Year delivered power- network with their peers. At- ful keynote addresses, inspir- tending this years conven- ing and motivating the audi- tion from Century 21 Friends office was Sharlene Walls. Walls participated in various educational sessions de- it, nud to provide informative nd creatiw ideas on how to ot]r unmatched quality cus- tonlot" service. Attendees also learned how utilizing the latest in technol- ogy can help build' their busi- ness, networked with fellow real estate professionals and celebrated their 2002 sue- CeSS(:S. "We are always striving to provide the best service possi- ble for the home buyers and seller m the Cuba/Crawford County area," said David Monde, broker/owner of Cen- lury 21 Friends. "Attending the Convention gives our .ales associates the tools they need to help our customers make informed decisions." VChile in San Diego, con- ventioneers were welcomed by eecutive speakers Rich- ard Smith, Chairman and Chi.f Executive Officer of (endaat Real Estate Divi- stun; Van Davis, President and CEO of Century 21 Real Est,tc Corporation and John Greenleaf, Senior Vice President of Marketing for ence with some of their memorable and significant experiences, and Sports Leg- end Hahk Aaron made a spe- cial appearance. In addition, The Tonight Show host and comedian Jay Leno provided a special evening of comedy and entertainment. Located at 104 Downey Place, Century 21 Friends is a full service brokerage spe- cializing in Residential, commercial, recreational, properties and Property Man- agement. Century 21 Real Estate Cor- poration (www.Century21.com) is the franchisor of the world's largest residential real estate sales organization, providing comprehensive training, management, administrative and marketing support for the Century 21@ System. The System is comprised of more than 6,600 independently owned and operated, fran- chised broker offices inmore than 33 countries and territo- ries worldwide. Century 21 Real Estate Corporation is a subsidiary of Cendant Corpo- ration (NYSE: CD). Also find our listings on Realtor.com. ltulsey participates in workshop Becky tIulsey Binkholder, a school hoard candidate in "}e ('rawford County R-I ct,oo] District, participated m a satellite workshop the twining of February 27, spon- sored by the Missouri School Boards' Association. 'the Board Candidate Workshop covered the role of the school board, the basics of lchool finance, an overview of school law and other issues commonly faced by local school boards. The workshop was produced by MSBA's Education Satel- lite Network and was avail- able at selected school sites throughout the state. The Mis- souri School Boards' Associa- tion is a private, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to advance excellence in public education through school board leadership. ost celebrations in April are about being outdoors--National Gardening Month, Earth Day and opening day of baseball season. National Volunteer Week also comes in April. Look for advertisements that include pictures of trees, bushes, plants, garden tools and decorations. Cut them out and paste them on a large sheet of paper to create your own garden and tool shed. Newspapers can be recycled and used for many things after they have been read. Make a list of 10 things you can do with the newspaper. Find these items in the sports section: a close score, the name of a winner and loser, a mention of a baseball rule, and an action baseball picture. Read local news stories and find at least one problem or person that could be helped by volun- teers.What could they do? Why is it important for people to give time to the community? /l" RIB Newtqllr j Aamolltlon of lumlca" Irmlatlon Reelect Ralph Bayle Alderman Ward 2 Your vote & support a Paid for b TrM00s Fro,00 O_.0d,s t0o00d by Pastor Norman Heironimus Jesus Christ Foundation - 706 W. Washington, Cuba Most, if not all, of the churches that commemorate the death of do so on what is called "Good Friday." This includes me. I have gone along with the tradition even though, many others, I have wondered about Jesus' words in Matt. 12:40: was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." If Jesus died late on Friday afternoon and came back to life on ing, He would have only been in the grave the very last part of Friday God's pattern in Creation, the Jews figured their 24-hour Saturday night and day, Sunday night and perhaps the very first day. That's two full nights, one full day and small parts of two dayS. One commentator, whose opinion I respect highly, explained this that the phrase "three days and three nights" is a Greek idiom of three days. While he certainly knows the Greek language better than me, whether this really explains Jesus' comparison of Jonah in the fish and three nights" w th Himse f being in the tomb "three days and thr00 Over the years I've heard people say Jesus died earlier, including al Jewish Christians, and after further study I've about decided they are For, besides Jesus' words about Jonah, there are sore er. In Num. 28 we read that following the Passover meal day Feast of Unleavened Bread with the first and seventh sabbath days when no regular work was to be done. Then in John 19:31 where we read about the days of Jesus' death, it was the day of Preparation and the next day was a special the Jews did not want the bodies left on the crosses during the asked Pilate to have the legs broken and the bodies taken down." Traditionally, this Sabbath has been understood to mean the Sabbath. But John calls it a "special Sabbath 7 This it was the special Sabbath that started the Feast of Unleavened When we couple this with Luke 23:55-56, we see that "the wornor come with Jesus from Gallilee followed Joseph and saw the tomb body was laid in it. Then they went home and prepared spices and But they rested on the Sabbath in obedience to the commandment." Since they couldn't have prepared the spices on the special Sabbatl ately following Jesus' death (which started at sunset) they must the next day to do so, and then.they rested on the regular Sabbath. So it would have gone like this: Jesus celebrated the O.T. Passover  His 12 apostles turning it into the N.T. meal of His Supper died and was buried on Wednesday, the ladies and others rested on Sabbath starting the Feast of Unleavened Bread on Thursday, the pared the spices on Friday, rested again on the regular Sabbath or and went to the tomb early Sunday morning. I realize that Saturday night makes a fourth night, but Jesus could I" out of the tomb on Saturday evening and the angels not until Sunday morning. After all they didn't roll the stone back so JESUS out, but so people could see and go in. I also realize that the most important matter is not WIlE ply that He DID do so, because He suffered and died for all sin so thatv one believes and trusts in Him as their Savior and Lord they and eternal life (Jn 3:16). But if it fits better with Scripture that He died on Wednesday, this is should believe. So I sire offer this for God be with Right now get the industry's best serviCg package, our industry's standard of only 6 monthS}' ABSOLUTELY FREE on all adult Trsxtor' ' retjil Quest', and 0utlander" models, a value over $600. Plus, for a limited time' you'll get financing as low as 6.9%" on e d#t Traxter, Quest, Outlander, and 0565ff'i models. But time's run,zing out, so'hurrY in to ? your Bombardier" ATV dealer. This expires June 30, 2003. 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