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well represented at 1980 Nor-Cal Honor Band scales a.d a solo of significant dif- ficulty. The rel students will leave for Chic<) he evening of Jan. 31 for two | r Northern California Honor L he featuring some of our r SChool musicians in its |neert tomorrow Feb. 2. 1980 |Chio State University , Chico. Calif. This year. lt.S. has a special reason to .lt.S,s own Mr "'C " has to conduct the band as the students at the C.M.E.A. sponsored Nor-Cal Honor Band. This year C.H.S. will be represented by l0 of its 43 band students. Musicians Cassy Barnhart, Jane Barnhart. Julie Bivchfield, Gary Cann, Truda Hicks. Helen Miller, Zachary Nichols, Rick Rilea. Dann Waiters and Karen Wolf were all chosen on the basis of an audition tape consisting of five selected days of exhausting rehearsals clmaxing ill a performance ot be given al 8 p,. on Salurday. Feb. 2. "'lhmor Band will really boost our technical abililies." agreed Zachary Nichols and Rick Rilea. two students eagerly awailing ttonor Band "The uusic is almosl always very deman- ding so you can't help bu benefil from it." 1hey concluded This year Ihe Honor Band will consist t 109 sludenls Ihat have been chosen fro.*, all over Northern California as far souh as Vacaville and as far north as he Oregon border. "'It might look as (hough Cloverdale is 'pigging' it," Mr. t'ommlly humorously submitted. (kit S. ba=ld .embers will be making up nearly me-enth of the total at- cnde.ce at tlcmor Band. M. C.molly has been preparing for Ihe up-coming 1980 Honor Band for Continued on page 2 Money ralsea iiiil 001%1= to date for iiii iiii "'" nn t" . vie a rl p i::; iili ; '7 000 California Clover'dale ve00'lle lOOt "1 Volume 102 No..5 Wednesday, January 30, 1980 1 Section 20 Pages 20 cents Here they arel Members of the Cloverdale High School Band : Zach Nichols, Vickie Fennessey. Nicki Harris, Deon Cann, Kia lletrick. Yvonne Whittaker, Elene Zagdritas, Mark iletrick, Lisa Domenichelli. ill ' Julie Birehfield. Laurette Mouat, Karen Wolf, Gary Cann. Standing: Cindy McClure. David Stark, Danny Pelligtini, Kim Wood. Sally Davies, Steve .=s; as they appear): Dann Waiters, Tim Pope, Truda Ricks, Brian Connolly, Wend)' 3unker. Lori Michelon, Lisa Finck, Nanci Goodman. Robi ik4 Pasquini. Tina Domeniehelli, Rick Rilea, Mike Pang, Jane Barnhart, Campbell. Kellie Barnes, Diane Ramos, David tiowell. Jimmy Seymour. Not *=ts, Cassie Barnhart. Helen Miller, Peter Tschirch, Brands Collins, Jon Present: Linda Singleton. Monica Tsehirch, Mary Beth Vogt. Photo by Janice. 00ior citizens to have day at the Citrus Fair r s will have a day named on Monday, February 18 anntml Cloverdale Citrus a to special entertainment or . tkQtizens Day, admission ,,,"=e 60 and over will be cut "" They,ll only have to pay 75 t for senior citizens will ,,:_ orrnance by the Senior ..toverdale's- own "kit- la .... !t l:O0p.m, followed by a ,. qUed 3 CORNER HATS and .mrtnances b, the junior and  Ontest winners from Fri. itions. s Fair opens at 10:00 a.m,  all exhibits-including the =or Citizens Department- lay dm-ing the four day or, ed fair which starts on other senior citizens' classes offer ' ribbons from first to fifth place. En- tries in the senior department close February 2. Call or write the Citrus Fair for entry blanks. Articles entered in the Senior Citizens Department will be displayed during the four day fair at Washington School located next to the Citrus Auditorium. The school will also house such Citrus Fair attractions as the Camellia Show, floriculture and citruculture depart- ments and other home made and hand crafted items. A large parking lot run by the Block C Club will be located on the south court of Washington School with easy access to the Citrus Fairgrounds. Professional entertainment at the Citrus Fair will feature Ava Barber of the Lawrence Welk Show at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 17. Ava is a regular on the Weik show with country and western songs her specialty. She'll perform in the Citrus Auditorium. The Jody West Band will perform at the annual Citrus Fair dance on Saturday at 10:00 p.m. They'll feature their special blend of country, blues, swing and rock. Cloverdale Police, Oakland Raiders to mry z5.. few fairs that oiler a ' *.* ..,,,o,- o,,=,, play benefit game . their handmade items, Citrus Fair offers 27 taree dtvisio for seniors " a Citrus Fair Manager Tom play ments for entry are be 59 or over and a of the Redwood Empire torn do not have to be a organized senior citizen and may enter only ar-  ve made within the last two of age is reqred and in the Senior Citizens  . not be entered lJl'Jl "partm =,_ ent. Seniors wishing _. for exhit only can ", n-judged class. All The Cloverdale Police Officers Association will a benefit basketball game against the Oakland Raiders to assist the Cloverdale High School Vienna Band Fund and the Police Officers Association. The game is scheduled for the Cloverdale High School Boy's Gym on Saturday, February 23, 1950 at 7:30 p.m. Admission to the game will be $2.50 for all seats. The proceeds from the game will be used to benefit the Vienna Band Fund. Association President Lenard Wong announced that a portion of the profits, up to $500 will be donated to the band's Vienna Fund. The game promises to be" very en- tertaining to fans of all ages. The members of the Raider team will be available to sign autographs before and after the game. The police officers team is comprised of the following members: Chief Rod Persons, Lt Rob Dailey, Sgt. Art Cerini, Off. Mike Cantley, Off. Jim Manion, Off. Bruce Roe, Off. Louis Kroli, Off. Sal Bisagno, Rick Blackman and Cloverdale High Basketball coach, John McMillan. Tickets may be obtained at the Cloverdale Police Department or from any police officer. For information or tickets call 894-2150. Rounding out the professional en- tertainment at the fair will be Frank Fontana, formerly of Cioverdale. He, ll be returning from singing and stage appearances in San Francisco and New York City. Frank's performance will Continued on page 7 Legion and students to clean cemetery. Plans are being formulated by the William Russell Ledford Post 293 American Legion to invite the students of the Rio Lindo Academy, Healdsburg to come in and clean up and repair as many damaged markers as possible at the local cemetery. During the clean up operation a monument to the veterans which was destroyed by vandals over the years will be reconstructed. Plans call for placing of the names of the monument of each Cloverdale servicemsn killed in action. Legion Commander Joseph F. Anello asks that anyone having the name of a Cioverdale service person who lost his life in any of the wars to contact him by writing to William Russell Ledford Post 293, P.O. Box 535, Cloverdale. The names listed on the plaque on the Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building will he included on the monet. City Council Vandalism damage to be corrected A cleanup day at Cioverdale's two overgrown and vandalized cemeteries has been okayed by the city council. CIoverdale's American Legion Post will sponsor the day-long cleanup ac- tivity by about 125 students from Healdsburg's Rio Linda Academy, Post Commander Joe Anelio told the council the cleanup will be on a yet to be scheduled Sunday in May. He said the ,, ,io Linda students have r, hown their ability to, work hard duria annual clianups they fiave heJdn Win. American Legion Post members plan Io hold a Memorial Day ceremony at the adjoining Mount Olive and River View Cemeteries, Anello said. He said a Rio Linda teacher, who does masonary work, will restore the cemeteries' monument to the Unknown Soldier. The post has already made arrangements for flowers to be placed on the graves of veterans on Memorial Day. Councilmen agreed to Anello's request for the use of a city dump truck during the cleanup at the city owned cemeteries. Vandalism, including shooting into crypts, has been a problem at the East First Street cemeteries for many years. Mayor Jack Domenichelli suggested a gate be installed there but no action was taken on his suggestion. Superintendent of Public Works Tom Gurries said the city isn't able to maintain the cemeteries. "We do very little because funds are not available," he said. p. " CITY ALLEYS A public works committee report on two possible ways of dealing with poorly maintained city alleyways was approved by the council. Councilman Jerry Moore said the committee recommends either deeding the alleys to adjoining property owners or repairing the alleys with property owners paying for materials. ORDINANCE First reading of an ordinance regulating the use of machardcat playing devices such as pinball machines was approved. Distributors of such machines Will now be required to pay the city $100 per year for each machine or a maximum  of $500. Serial numbers of each machine must be recorded with the city. In a related action, the council rejected a claim for $62,000 in damage,,, made for confiscation by Cloverdale police of alleged illegal video gambling machines at the Pizza Queen, Wheel Care and Depot. Richard Tipton, Rohnert Park, is named as the claimant in the lawsuit. ANNEXATION ADDITION An application by Alan Furber was okayed for the addition of 12-15 acres to a proposed 95.2 acre annexation to the city. The property is located west of Continued on page 6 Joe Anello. Commander of the American I,egJon William Russell Ledford Post 29:1, and Clmrlle Rarper, VI,' Chaplain, lek over the damage at the local cemeteries caused by vandalism. Photo by Janice.