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rican Legion Auxiliary Dena Gambetta week, William Russell Unit #293", American Le- Auxiliary, received a pleasant from the State Membership She was congratulating Unit for attaining Membership p Chairman, Elsie on behalf of the Deparment will be presented with "Reach Out Award Pin", comes from national head- to all the members for so prompt in paying your to Elsie Kerr for her dedi- telephone calls and all of r hard work. We are one of the units. membership wasn't a hand- Elsie is also the Americanism She and Aria Mae Poppy Chairman, have working hard on both of programs to get the rules to take to the schools during first week of January so the can participate in these hope all students in grades 12 will enter as there are on local level, district level I slate level. Most of the prizes monetary, but there are also ps offered. past, students and teachers been very cooperative and have been encouraged to r these programs. received a bulletin about our " . if__ __ __ ,, . } :003Pris ms of Fai th , Re& soci a Au' :hoastor Gayle Waring 3. lso nited Church of Cloverdale r latci.._ m. tq ,  _ ,, polic " r,r son saw a cartoon of "The ate e-kistmas Carol' on T.V. He told I. / he'd seen it many times before, .ense this time he said it made him P/: sad. ag .ny Tim was very poor, room, Foreign Relations program. Swit- zerland is our study country as they wii lbe celebrating their 700th birth- day on August 1, 1991. This program also involves Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Intern- ship programs; POW/MIA, as there are still over 2,000 persons missing in the various wars. There is also, for the first time this year, a program called "Successor Generation" where we encourage schools, Juniors and other students to learn more about education courses on the history of our nation, particularly after World War II, and how wars had an impact on today's politics and economics. Maxine Bluhm is our Foreign Relations chairman. There are some interesting facts in our Legislative bulletin this month: Congress will be funding the U.S. Coast Guard; November 19, 1990 was designated as National Military Families Recognition Day; November 17, 1990 was National Women Veterans Recognition Week; corrections are being made to inequities for Civil Service Retirement for National Guard Technicians. Our next regular meeting will be January 9th. Why not start the New Year out right and attend the meeting at the Veterans Building. A Blessed New Year to All! P.S. Thank you Linda Stroh for donating two turkeys for the Christ- mas Baskets. You are the greatest! III .- --. IL ..... i was happy, too. SomeUmes I wonder why ! m not a poor boy. It just doesnt seem fair that some boys are Ix>or,and some boys have lots of toys. Why we are poor or why we aren t poor is not a question we can answer satisfactorily. The real ques- tion is how we respond to our condi- tion. If our lives are grounded in God, our reSlXmSe to our circumstances will lead us towward Abundant Life. While being Christ centered, we can experience the Abundant Life Jesus says he came to give to us. Tiny Tim and his family had gen- erous hearts which grew out of knowing the abundance of lives filled with love. They give us a nice reminder of how to focus our lives in 1991. May you all have a Happy and Abundant New Year!! POLICE LOG Saturday, Dec. 22 Loud music disturbing the peace 100 block Railroad Ave. Cioverdale man arrested at Healdsburg Ave. & USI01 on sus- picion of drunken driving. Woman reports being threatened with a shotgun by her husband in the area of US101 & Geysers Rd. Frozen sprinkler system pipes broken at Sciaini's. Chimney fire 31000 block Hwy. 128. Rohnert Park man arrested on suspicion of drunken driving at US101 & Elbridge. Dennis Cole arrested on outstand- ing warrant Verbal dispute 700 block N. Cio- verdale Blvd. Fred Perry arrested on out- standing warrants totaling $6,000. Transported to County Jail. Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at Lake & Main Streets. Sunday, Dec. 23 Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at Indus- trial & US101. Unwanted customer trying to buy beer at business in the 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Large grass fire reported on Dutcher Creek. Dumpster fire 200 block S. East SL Officer reports intentionally set. Monday, Dec. 24 Verbal dispute between two men in the 200 block of S. Cloverdale Blvd. Vehicle fire southbound US101 south of Asti. Non injury Iraffic accident at Clark Ave. &Dina SL Citizen reports receiving threat- ening phone calls from unknown male adult. Man arrested at 1 st & Cloverdale Blvd. on suspicion of drunken driv- ing. Man arrested on suspicion of sup- plying false information to a police officer. Tuesday, Dec. 25 Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of drunken driving at Brook- side & Clark. Wednesday, Dec. 26 Cloverdale Airport reports at- tempted illegal entry to side hangar door of main building. No entry was made. Woman reports smoke coming from bedroom wall of residence in the 200 block of W. 1st St. Non injury traffic accident I st & Cloverdale Blvd. Sheriff requests police backup for peace disturbance 32000 block Old Redwood Hwy. Loud music disturbing the peace 500 block Josephine. Loud music disturbing the peace 100 block Railroad Ave. Thursday, Dec. 27 Domestic dispute I00 block S. Washington. Citizen reports seeing a bonfire under 1st Sweet Bridge. Officer reports railroad employees were just trying to get warm. Classroom window broken at CHS. Non injury single car roliover on US101 in the SB lane near Geysers Rd. Verbal dispute 100 block Railraod Ave. Friday, Dec. 28 Two businesses in the 200 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. report someone broke into their offices. Nothing was reported missing from one, but $30 was reported missing from the other. Two round stained glass windows, valued at $800 each, were broken. Citizens reports Bills Drugs victim of shoplift my male juveniles. Matter resolved between store and parents. Ukiah man arrested on suspicion of driving a stolen vehilcle. He and two juvenile passengers trans- ported to County Jail. Irene Denise Giampaoli arrested on warrant charging her with the 10/23/90 murder of her husband, Craig. Bail set at $100,000, later raised to $300,000. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of public intoxication after cre- ating a disturbance. Parent's Corner By Dick Johnson Make a Picture Post Card to Share a Book or Story - 1. Read and enjoy a book 2. Get a piece of cardboard Cult it to the size of a post card, 3-I/2"x 5-I/2" 3. .Draw a picture for the story on one side. Write the book title and author's name. 4. Think of a message to tell your friend a little about the book. 5. Write your message. Then address your post card to a special friend. 6. Put a slamp on your original post card and mail iL If you are traveling this vacation, have your child write down the important things they s or do. How about reading the highway signs or having your child follow on a map from city to city. If you have several children, they can play the alphabet game by finding letters on highway signs. First find an "A" on a sign and the next sign try for a "B" until your child has found all the letters of the alphabet. It keeps them busy for hours! January 2. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Pace 5 22 35 23 44 24 44 25 58 26 58 27 54 28 48 Leaving the sprinkler on in sub-freezing weather made the Citrus Fair fence look like "Magical Days and Mystical Knights" had already arrived! Help Wanted: Managers/coaches are needed for all levels of play. Requirements: enjoy working with kids, a love of the sport of baseball, and willing to work long hours with- out pay! We also need umpires; if working behind the plate or out on the bases appeals to you but you feel you don't know enough about the rules; don't worry, there will be umpire workshops to help you learn the rules of the game. To sign up for either of these im- portant jobs, please contact League president Bob Jojola, 8944672. The January meeting will be held on Wednesday the 9th at Daly Field starting at 7 p.m. A couple of the items under discussion will be: do we need to expand the T-Ball and Minor leagues and how will we do this? We will also finalize the manager/coach roster. 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