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Sayembara Logo dan Tema Indonesian Day 2004 08 May 2004
Bersama ini dengan hormat disampaikan bahwa Panitia Indonesian Day 2004 mengundang dan membuka kesempatan kepada seluruh Masyarakat dan
Mahasiswa Indonesia untuk berkreasi menciptakan Logo dan Tema untuk Indonesian Day 2004. Bagi yang kreasinya berhasil terpilih dan digunakan
oleh Panitia Indonesian Day 2004, akan diberikan penghargaan sejumlah US $ 250.00. Untuk selanjutnya, logo dan tema tersebut menjadi hak guna Pantia Indonesian Day 2004.

Sebagai rujukan pembuatan Logo dan Tema, disampaikan informasi sebagai berikut:

- Indonesian Day 2004, seperti pada penyelenggaraan sebelumnya, merupakan acara tahunan yang diselenggarakan dalam rangka memperingati Hari Ulang Tahun Republik Indonesia.

-Penyelanggaraan Indonesian Day 2004 diselenggarakan di Union Square, San Francisco,
California, tanggal 7 Agustus 2004.

-Pada tahun 2004, Republik Indonesia merayakan Hari Ulang Tahun Kemerdekaan yang ke-59.

-Indonesian Day adalah celebration untuk HUT RI sekaligus promosi Indonesia di berbagai sektor dan arena pertemuan seluruh masyarakat Indonesia.

Hasil karya agar dibuat berwarna pada kertas foto/glossy ukuran "Letter" (8.5" X 11"/216mm X 279 mm).

Hasil karya (hard copy) agar dikirim ke :
PO BOX 4121
Foster City, CA 94404

Mohon agar hasil karya dapat diterima selambatnya tanggal 21 Mei 2004 (bukan cap pos).

Pantia Indonesian Day 2004 berterima kasih dan menghargai setiap hasil kreasi yang diterima.

Bagi yang karyanya terpilih, dimohon agar dapat menyerahkan duplikat dari softcopy hasil karyanya kepada Panitia Indonesian Day 2004.

Pemenang akan ditentukan oleh dewan juri yang akan dibentuk pada hari penentuan pemenang.

Ketua Panitia Indonesian Day 2004


Tonny Lolong
Bill Kadarusman Send Email
Back to Indonesia 04 Apr 2004
Greetings to all my fellow alumni. I wish I could have made it to the reunion. Rose and I and our 5 children are happily living in Kelowna, BC. The two of us are spending a couple of weeks in Bali along with Lloyd & Ivy Cook, in mid May. I wish I had time to sneak over to Java to see where I served, but time will not permit - next time... Thanks for the language links - I need to study! I'm hoping to replace some of the special things from Indonesia we lost in the "wildfire" last year - 238 homes were destroyed around Kelowna, including my own. Now, if only I could remember the name and address of that wonderful carver in Bandung that makes such wonderful Wayang Golek....

Life is wonderful. Losing "everything" you own in a fire reminds one of what's important in life - family, testimony, children. As Bishop in my ward, I was able to see firsthand how much the Saints and others are willing to serve in times of needs. Take care and keep in touch. Bill Spittle (
William (Bill) Robert Murray Spittle Send Email
Searching for Elder Sorenson 24 Feb 2004
I am trying to locate Kyle Sorenson who served in Indonesia from 1978 to 1980. Does anyone have any contact information on him?
Karl T. Murphy Send Email
Stones - A Great Play 11 Apr 2003
Scott Bronson is not paying me to say this, but Sherrie and I attended his play "Stones" last night and I am pleased to report it is one of the finest plays I've ever seen. It is a very spiritual and moving work. If anyone can get to Orem by April 26 I recommend attending the play. Bring your older children. Bring the ward YM/YW. Bring non-member friends.

The play starts at 7:30 pm Wed-Sat at the Center Street Theater in Orem. The theater is on Center Street, just west of State Street (located next to Chucky Cheese).
Randy G Morris Send Email
link koran Indonesia 20 Jan 2003
Following on what Russell Snow just sent, one great way to remain on top of your Indonesian language skills is to periodically read interesting articles from newspapers. The following links are to the papers that I look at the most; the last is the link for Jakarta Post, which has developed in the post-Suharto climate of press freedom into quite an impressive publication.

More can be found at under newspapers. There are also radio stations that can be listened to live.

Mudah-mudahan info ini berfaedah bagi Anda yang berminat.
Tim Behrend Send Email
Bahasa Help 20 Jan 2003
Russell Snow offers this great tip:

For those of us becoming particularly rusty with our Bahasa I suggest a
link to an online Indonesian/English dictionary. Consider these links.
David Brewer Send Email
BYU Research on Indo Geology 17 Nov 2002
Some BYU geology professors recently published research done jointly with an Indonesian University on the earthquake and volcanic risks in Indonesia. If you have a high bandwidth connection, it is on page 16 of a 40 page .pdf

Its interesting. Basically says that Krakatoa's damage will pale in comparison to what could happen in the next earthquake given the growth in population and urbanization.
Schipper Clawson Send Email
Dr. Haroldsen Passes Away, Served in Bogor 06 Aug 2002
Dr. Edwin Oliver Haroldsen, 84, a native of Idaho and veteran journalist and journalism educator, died peacefully, Sunday, July 28, 2002 at his home in Provo, Utah, surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

He was a technical writer and editor, newspaper, wire service and magazine journalist over a period of more than 20 years, then served nearly that many years as a journalism professor at Brigham Young University.

Born April 22, 1918, on a farm near Idaho Falls, Idaho to George and Catharine Smith Haroldsen, and attended a two-room country school. Graduated from Idaho Falls High School, attended the University of Idaho Southern Branch at Pocatello. He was editor of the college newspaper and played the trombone in the pep band.

Served an LDS mission in Ohio, Michigan and Illinois. He married his sweetheart Kathryn Baird of Brigham City, Utah in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in 1941. They are the parents of six children; Bruce Edwin, who died in Ankara, Turkey, in 1959 at the age of 17; Mark Oliver of Salt Lake City; Jon Scott (Pat) of Idaho Falls, Idaho; Sue Kenny (Paul) of Rigby, Idaho; Jay Baird of Salt Lake City and Michelle Tori Peterson of Provo.

While working full time as a sports writer for the Salt Lake Tribune, Haroldsen attended the University of Utah, graduating with high honors and a B.S. degree in economics in 1943. He was a statistician with the U.S. AG Dept., joined the U.S. Maritime Service when World War II intensified. Taught journalism at Idaho Falls High School, became a United Press correspondent in Boise, Idaho. Was a staff writer for nearly 10 years at the Deseret News. He earned a M.S. degree in journalism at the U of U.

Served as agricultural extension editor at Utah State University. Beginning in 1959, he moved his family to Ankara, Turkey where he worked two years for the U.S. Government as an agricultural information advisor.

He worked for five years as an economics editor at Iowa State University. During this period he earned a Ph.D. degree in sociology at ISU and won a national first prize for distinguished agricultural journalism.

In 1966, he became Chicago regional editor of U.S. News & World Report. He covered the 1968 general election campaign, race riots in Milwaukee and Chicago, followed Senators Eugene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy on the campaign trail, and spearheaded the magazine's coverage of U.S. agriculture.

Haroldsen joined the BYU faculty in 1969, and served three years as department chair. He was made full professor in 1974. Under his leadership, the campus newspaper, the Daily Universe, was converted into a laboratory publication for teaching of journalism and won numerous honors. Later, he helped in the development of a daily television newscast on KBYU to train broadcast students. He worked two summers full time in television news with Channel 4, and later with Channel 2, in Salt Lake City.

While on leave from BYU, Haroldsen taught journalism for at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, where he helped establish laboratory newspapers for students. Later, he worked as a technical editor in Bogor, Indonesia, for a subsidiary of the Rockefeller Foundation.

During his life, he traveled throughout the world, including a tour of Latin America in 1976, the Far East and South Africa in 1977. In 1984-85, he taught journalism at the American University in Cairo, Egypt.

Haroldsen and his wife Kathryn went to London, England on an LDS mission in October 1986. In March 1987, they were transferred to the mission in San Diego, California. While there, Kathryn was stricken with liver cancer and his sweetheart of 46 years passed away September 5, 1987.

On March 6, 1988, Ed married Cleo Christensen Bradley. She passed away in December 1997.

On May 2, 1998, Ed married Merle Hyde of Orem. They lived in Ed's home until Ed moved to the Courtyard Assisted Living Center in May 2002.

Though Ed retired from full-time teaching in 1985, he continued to work for BYU for several years.

Beginning in the fall of 1987, Haroldsen wrote a regular editorial page column for the Provo Daily Herald, which he loved doing and wrote on a variety of subjects and concerns.

He was a High Priest in the LDS church, and was a member of the Rock Canyon Ward at the time of his death. He was twice bishop of the Wandimere Ward in Salt Lake City, served on the high councils in Chicago and Provo, and many church leadership positions in Iowa, Turkey, Jamaica, and Indonesia. One of his favorite callings was being the editor
of the ward paper in two different wards.

Survivors include his wife Merle, five children, four stepchildren, 35 grand-children, 36 great-grand-children, and four great-great- grandchildren. Grandchildren and great-grand-children include step-grandchildren. His parents, one son, one granddaughter, three brothers and one sister preceded Ed in death.

Ed will be missed by all that knew and loved him. His legacy will live on.

The viewing will be at Berg Mortuary of Provo, 185 East Center Street, Sunday, August 4, 2002 from 6-8 p.m. The funeral will be at Rock Canyon Chapel, 3050 Mojave Lane in Provo, Utah, Monday, August 5, 2002 at 11:00. Family will visit with friends one hour prior to the funeral. Interment will be in Brigham City, Utah.
Ralph R. Zobell Send Email
Les Case Passes Away 10 Apr 2002
Leslie (Les) Gordon Case
The Daily Herald on Wednesday, April 10
Les, as friends and family knew him, passed away suddenly on Saturday April 6. Les was born on August 16, 1954 in Salt Lake City. While his departure leaves a hole in the lives for all who knew and loved him, we are all also left with the rich legacy of his life to guide us forward.

Les has an unquenchable spirit. His thirst for knowledge led him to achieve a bachelor's degree in Asian Studies and a Master's degree in International Marketing both from Brigham Young University. His mission took him to Indonesia where he again brought his hunger for knowledge. He cherished the many years he spent internationally teaching, performing and in business. He also had a natural passion for communicating, speaking many different languages including Indonesian, Javanese, Malaysian and Chinese.

Les' love for life was exemplified in the way he lived his own. He loved music. He played snare drum in the Royal Scots Bagpipe Band. He then played drums as a member of the BYU Young Ambassadors. He continued his love of music by playing on USO tours and played with several bands.

He loved the outdoors. Les was a superb skier, a competitive mountain bike rider, scuba instructor and avid hiker. He also achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.

He loved business. Les had been engaged in many successful international enterprises over the years. His most recent venture was named "TeamTsunami" and like a tidal wave, Les brought his colleagues along in a huge wave of enthusiasm and passion. Always pushing the envelope, his energy was boundless and infectious. His only request was the simple phrase "Wanna Play?"

But mostly, he loved his friends and family. Relationships were priceless to him, and he is forever dedicated to his wife Cathy of 25 years. He was survived by the loves of his life, Cathy, Mary, Janel, Lori, Lisa, Nathan, Logan, Tanner, and Kaela. In addition, he is survived by his mother and father, Gordon and Kathy Case, his brothers Jeff, Morgan and Aaron and a sister, Shannon Pay. His two sons, Mardi and Denny, preceded him in death. The many friends who mourn his passing are legion.

A viewing will be held on Friday, 12 April 2002, from 6-9 p.m. At the Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary at 495 S. State Street, Orem, Utah A "Celebration of Life" will be held Saturday April 13, 2002 at 1:30 p.m. at Sharon Park, 6th North and 2nd East in Orem. The interment will be at Eastlawn Memorial Hills Cemetery in Provo. After the interment, there will be a gathering of family and friends.

"To live is to go on a journey; to die is to come back home."
Ralph R. Zobell Send Email
Indonesian linguist job 25 Mar 2002
Job oportunity
The US Department of Defense (DOD) is hiring linguists who speak Indonesian for six month initial contracts to support DOD missions. The initial 6 months can be extended after each tour depending on DOD requirements. The linguists must be US citizens. This would be a good job for a student who wanted a six month break, for someone who is graduating soon or for someone who is in between jobs. Send a resume to Ahmed at:
Chad Emmett Send Email

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