“Contents,” New Era, Oct. 1990New EraOctober 1990Volume 20, Number 10ContentsFeedbackLetters to the editor.The Message: The Chocolate BarElder Monte J. BroughThe gospel is sweet. It’s your job to help others taste it.Mormonad: Killing Time Injures EternityHidden FeelingsSuzanne FrancisNow is the time to express love to family members.The Best PolicyJulius B. CaesarHonesty with a little money pays big dividends for a Filipino youth.A Shining ExampleD. J. HarmanThe way she lived was even more beautiful than her voice.Pumpkin PieStephen R. BraytonThat prank was really theft, and now he had to make restitution.Q&A: Questions and AnswersI can’t control my temper. Is it really wrong to get mad when you’ve got a good reason? If it is, how can I stop?The SeekerGail Andersen NewboldHer invention seeks sunlight; Syndi seeks truth.In Case of DisasterJanet Thomas and Joy N. HulmeKids in South Carolina and California cope with hurricane and earthquake.Saved for a MissionThom StimpsonIn a brush with death he found a purpose in his life.A Spiritual GiantTerry O’RandTavita Sagapolu knocks down football opponents, but lifts everyone else.Fiction: Oil Slick BradyDon SmurthwaiteThe “princess of weird” turns out to be a Mormon who needs a friend.FYI: For Your InformationPhoto of the MonthMarit DahnekePoetry: Looking Out into OctoberNora SchelasinCover: Syndi Nettles is an award-winning inventor who’s serious about circuits, but not herself. Life is fun for this girl with the electric personality. See p. 20. Cover photography: Welden Andersen (front), John Luke (back).