I'm fine. The tornado hit a town near the Tennessee border. I'm in the
south central area of the state.

K'aya K'ama,
Gerald/gary  Smith    gszion1 @juno.com    http://www
"No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free."  -
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Hey Zionisti:
   Has anyone heard from Gary Smith?  The tornados that went through here
hit Alabama, and the town hit there was flattened.  I think Gary lives
very near where it hit there, so I'm just worrying--hopefully needlessly.
   The tornado that went through Indiana in through Van Wert, Ohio was
the worst since 1974--an F4.  In that 1974 tornado, we lost five members
of the church, from the Ft. Wayne Ward.  I was a kid in high school, and
four of the five who died were young women, and three of them were in a
dance troupe that I was in readying for the dance festival (remember when
they used to do those?).  All of them were in a van driven by Don
Richards, who also died leaving a wife and 5 children--the youngest a
    Whenever we have weather like this, I remember that, and Palm Sunday
1965--which heavily damaged the area I live in.  
   I hope Gary is OK, alive AND well.

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