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Pace 12 Cloverdale Reveille January 9. 1991 Ben Bill cont'd, from Pg. 1 and less animals to worry about, tie stays in touch with law enforcement agencies along the way, and through them gets referrals to local food banks. He stays on the highway when he walks, and gladly gives radio, tv and newspaper interviews as he goes. He is often able to get a room donated in each town, so he doesn't have to worry about sleep- ing out in the cold. Over the years, hes collected a "pocket-ful of addresses" of friends he's met along the way and found himself in any number of interesting situations. In fact, when he was making the arrangements for his current tr)p, he happened to meet an Indian who was telling him of the drug and alcohol problems on his reservation, which is located just south of Shel- ton, Oregon. Once Ben reaches his destination ofCloverdale, British Columbia, he Cardinals from Clear Lake & plans to return to the reservation for several months to help the man he met fulfill his dream of startig "4 Eag ocino are no match for Center. Ben has been a roofer for the past 15 years, and currently takes roofing "jobs only on a freelance basis. "I work just enough to finance my walks every year", he explains. "I'm not interested in making a living. This is more important." Originally from Modock, Ca., Ben is one of 13 children. He has lived in Cloverdale since he was 6, gradu- ating from Cloverdale High School in 1975. Persons wishing to learn more about Multiple Sclerosis, or to make a donation in recognition of Ben's efforts, can contact the Mul- tiple Sclerosis Society of Northern California at 1-800-344-4867. Inter-faith peace vigil tonight in Santa Rosa An Inter-faith peace vigil will be held tonight, January 9, from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Old Courthouse Square in Santa Rosa. Clergy from various laths will be banding together in song, meditation and prayer for Peace in the Middle East. The vigil is being sponsored by People for Peace, a Sonoma County based group desiring a peaceful resolution to the current crisis in the Middle East. The group advises those planning to attend to bring a candle in a clear- plastic container, and suggests that participants might also want to bring portable chairs. By Brian Sumpter Seven different players scored at least four points Saturday as the Clovordale High School varsity girls' basketball team defeated the Mendocino Cardinals, 41-27, in a non-league game. Cloverdale beat another kind of Cardinal Thursday night in its league opener -- the Clear Lake Cardinals -- to complete the week with a 7-7 record for the season. Cloverdale jumped all over the Cardinals early, outscoring them 19-6 in the first half. The Eagles increased their advantage to 22 points by midway through the third quarter and coach Candy Pauison emptied her bench in the final pe- riod. "We tried some combination of players that we don't usually use," Paulson said. Mendocino's Emily Griffen scored 13 of her team-high 20 points in the fourth quarter as the Cardinals attmpted to rally, but the Eagles were never in any serious jeapordy of losing their lead, accord- ing to Paulson. "We did a good job of defensing her (Griffen) in the first three quar- ters," Paulson said. "We played really good team defense. It was a good team effort.'" Michelle Wall paced the Eagles with nine points while Cheryl Norton added six points and a team- high 13 rebounds. Rounding out a balanced scoring attack were Becky Odiorne with six points, Michelle Yanglin with five and Tammy Hassett, Kerrie Covert and Jaime Sanders, all with four points. Sanders, elevated from the junior Ben has been backpacking and hiking since he was in high schooi. Volunteers needed He figures the pack he takes on his annual walks weighs about 40 tlovnds. I "Norton and Wall have varsity team prior to the Clear Lake game, is a sophomore point guard. "She gives us a new level of intensity," Panlson said. "She's ready to play at the varsity level." TI Eagles were ready to play Thursday in their league opener against the Clear Lake Cardinals, a team they had not beaten in several years. Cloverdale convened a season- best 22 of 30 free throw to bold off the Cardinals, who rallied to tie the game early in the fourth quarter. Norton, a senior, played one of her better games of the season, scoring 12 points and pulling down I1 rebounds. Nine of her points came at the fourth quarter when she connected on five of six free throws, many of those late in the quarter. Wall, also a senior, proved tough in the clutch, too, hitting three of four free throws down the stretch in the fourth quarter. She finished the night with 11 points overall. foundation of our team Paulson said. "They're tld we look to in the fourth qut x Yanglin, a sophomore, I, key role in the win with 11 i,' rebounds and six steals.[ added seven points. The Eagles rallied deficit after one quarter 22-16 halftime lead. Cloverdale was home against Upper Lake and to Willits Thursday. action tips off at 5:30 p.m. At Cioverdale Mendocino 2 4 6 15 Cioverdale 9 10 14 8 Cloverdale -- Yanglin 5, I Wall 9, Odiorne 6, Covert 4, Sanders 4, Norton 6. 3-pointers -- none. At CIoverdale Clear Lake 10 69 12--'. Cloverdale 7 15 6 18 - Cloverdale Yanglin 1 2, Odiome 2, Wall 11, H Norton 12. 3-pointers -- none. Work begins on 1991 Cloverdale Directory The Cloverdale Reveille will pub- lish a new Cloverdale Telephone Di- rectory for 1991 and orders are being taken now for advertising. Cloverdale residents who have moved or have recently settled in town and thus have new telephone numbers should contact the Reveille as soon as possible. The Reveille has kept an on-go- inga f'fle all year for new phone numbers in order to make the direc- tory as current as possible. However, your help is needed alSO, SO have changed your phone if you are not in this directory. A form is published in the! this week and will be carried the rest of this year for yo making any changes in yo4B tory listing that you Use this form as well ff not wish to be included. For information on rates, discounts, and .............. " 00review teaching data please let us know if yon __3339. r -   .-- -- --. i.-- .--..  .--...- i_. i._ :" [ CLOVERDALE TELEPHONE The California Department of review at the Instructional Materials DIRECTORY LISTINGS Education is recruiting individuals Display Centers located throughout | statewide who are interested in re- the state, These Centers also have i viewing instructional materials that forms for recording comments and could be used in California class- recommendations from the general [ rooms, public. I Volunteers will work in early Members of the general public are | NAME spring during a weekend reviewing encouraged to apply for the Legal i English as a second language (ESL) Compliance Committee. There are ADDRESS and foreign language textbooks for no educational or specific experi-, a compliance with legal requirements ence requirements. However, every | PHONE NO. of the Education Code and guide- effort will he made to balance the | lines established by the State Board Committee with representatives i of Education. from both genders, various ethnic *NEW NUMBER [] **CORRECTED LISTING [1 out right with a family insurance check-up Call Joy Warren 894-2376 Life-Fire.Home-Personal-Commercial 104 E. First St. For Your Insurance Needs After completing this review for social content issues, the textbooks and other related instructional mate- rial submitted for state adoption will he evaluated for educational con- tent. This is done by an Instructional Materials Evaluation Panel com- prised of experts and teachers who work with the subject. The English as a second language and foreign language textbooks will be available in April, 1991 for public groups, adults of all ages, students | and the disabled. ] Those interested in volunteering ] to serve or in need of additional in- | formation should contact the Office of Curriculum Framework and Text- | book Development, California De- | partement of Education, P.O. Box 944-272, Sacramento, CA 94244- 2720 or call 916-445-2731. All ap- plications aredne by February 1, 1991. *If you have changed your Phone Number from the 1990 | listing use this format to indicate your new number. | **If your number in the 1990 Directory was incorrect | form to correct it. Lmm m m m mm mm m m m m m m m mm mm m mm mmm m = Shop Clo ,Je rdale (707) 894-2755 Gen. Eng. License 340786 P.O. BOX 221 PUC-CAL-T 154-265 .Cioverdale, CA 9,5425j Personal Servfce Lube and Oil Changes Tires & Bfftteries Mechank on Duty - Ros, ddParamo: CLOVEI00D.00LE BP 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. ss4.sQ1 MC/VIKA CLOVERDALE MEDICAL BUILDING Lombard Sayre, M.D. Jonathan Kreger, D.P.M. H.P.R. Welcome Third Street at Cloverdale Blvd. 894.2566 Peking Palace JOE RICK GURFIIES TORFICK Happy New Year! o Ash.,-yc.k e Pot Stickers Mu Shu Pork Szechuan Beef  Kung Pao Chicken BEER LUNCH-DINNER WINE OPEN 7 DAYS Sun-Thur 1'1:30-9:30 Fri-Sa! 11:00- 10:00 894,-4097 :i Senior Citizen Discount 102 S. Cloverdale Blvd. I (()MP!! Ii II()M! ('tN[IH Prung Doors * Plumbing & Ekctrieal Supplies, Etc. 28491 Redwood Hwy S. 894-4401 CHEVROLET- JEEP EAGLE NOW IN OUR 24th YEAR illGII00VAY 101 S 894-2571 CLOVER ELECTRIC INC. Floor Merchandise available for immediate sale Carl 24 hrs. 7 days/wk - 1-800-366-3000, Mon-Fri 9:30-5:30 131 E. First St. Saturday 9-Noon 894-5281 Lic. DAMRAN ELECTRIC Electrical Contractor TOPPING CABLING (707) McCoy's Tree Service 18 Years of Professional Tree COMPLETE REMOVAL FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES Ask For Vance Damran ,e P. O. 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