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l ........::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Wednesday, January 30, 1980 - Page 7 ressman Don,.'lausen backs rnpic Games bc ycott of Represen- must be applied to make it raised the hopes of thousands Io propose the transfer or by a vote clear to the Russians that the of talented athletes, cancellation of the 1980 a Resolution backed use of naked force will not be However. I'm convinced that ()lympic Games: Don Clausen tolerated by the international the Soviet threat is so serious 2. That the International U.S. Olympic community." Ihat we must utilize every Olympic Committee adopt to request the "'The action called for by available technique to such a proposal; and Olympic the resolution we just passed counler the Kremlin's 3. That. if the International to transfer the is more than symbolic, it will geopolitical strategy and Olympic Committee rejects Games out of cause the Soviets a sizeable clearly this includes the use such a proposal, the United the Soviet economic loss and it will have of psychological tactics." States Olympic Committee ihanistan, an important psychological Specifically, the Resolution and lhc Olympic Commiltes Union's on- impact on the Sovie{ Union's stales thai the Congress of other countries not par- requires leaders and people," he urges: licipale in the 1980 Summer response," said continued. "It is regrettable "1. lhat the United States Olympic Games and conduct "Every possible that we must take this kind of Olympic Committee honor allernalive games of their large and small, action in an event which has Ihe request of the President own." h Services tar has to rules while his bicycle on the These are con- sections 21202 to code You and your bike slower than the speed, stay edge of the passing another getting ready to passing a parked some other I! road in front of California Bicycle Laws By BARBARA CLAREY d. When you are on a one- way road that is two lanes wide or wider, you may ride near either the left or right side. 2. When there is a bike lane to use, you MUST use it if you are moving slower than the normal traffic. You may leave the lane only to pass another bicycle, vehicle or pedestrian, when getting ready to turn left, and when it is necessary to avoid parked cars. 3. No hitching rides! "No person riding upon any bicycle, coaster, roller skates, sled or toy vehicle shall attach the same or himself to any streetcar or vehicle on the roadway. 4. Keep at least one hand on the handlebars at all times. 5. Bicyclist must ride on a permanently attached seat. 6. Carry NO passengers unless there is a separate seat. NO riders on the handlebars. "A child weighing 40 pounds or less must have seat equipment which holds the child in place and protects il from moving bicycle parts. 7. "No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle, or article which prevents the operalor from keeping at least one hand upon the handlebars." 8. Give the proper hand signals when turning or stopping. The correct signals to use are: Left Turn: Left arm straight out pointing left. Right Turn: l.,eft arm pointed straight up. or right arm straight out pointing right. Stop: l_eft arm pointed straight down. When to use signals : Use a hand signal before leaving a lane, and leave the lane only when it is safe to do so. Use hand signals when making a turn to Ihe right or left, and then stopping your bicycle. Next week we will finish up California laws. Following that we will go into the local (Cloverdale city ordinances. LEFT RIGHT STOPPING to kick Increase in EOP funds An additional $45,000 in- crease in Educational Op- lxJrlunity Program (EOP funding has been received by Sonoma State University. "This increase represents a 33 percenl increase in the state funding received last year, and is the result of a grant reallocalion lhrough Ihe CSUC Chancellor's office in l,ong Beach. slated Bill Clarke. director of Smoma's EOP program. "'This funding increase has meant that we were able to fund approximately 8t1 ad- ditional EOP students Ihis year." said Clarke. "b: addition, il means Ihal Sonoma will be even move likely to receive similiar increased funding for lhe caD- 81 academic year. thereby enabling us to fund even more sludenls next fall." The Educalional Op- portunity Program is designed Io assist those sludenls, both financially and academically, who otherwise mighl hal be able to attend a university. Clarke explained "'We provide assistance with Ihe admissions process. and conduct an on-going hllow-up progran: to help with any academic problems should Ihey arise." he added. "'Son.ma is m a unique posiliol:, m ihal ,,u, size helps the n,,n-radili, mal studenl survive. I),cause  e can offer iIiOl'e pct, rsoll;.ll support.'" Clarke cmlinued Additional information on the EOP program at Sonoma Slate can be obiained by phoning the EOP office at 707- ti4-2427 or by writing Ihe Educalional Opportunity Program. Sonoma Slate University, Hohnerl Park. CA 94928 1980 campaign Lth, Sonoma County Chairman for the to Re-Elect Don Clausen, the annual Spaghetti feed to 1980 campaign to "Don simply does not take lime away from his many Congressional respon- sibilities," Rath continued. "He is a full-time Congressman, not a full-time campaigner." of Sonoma Enlertainment at the workers will gathering will be provided by 2, at the Julie Thompson, well-known in Sebastopol local singer and reigning tt 6 p.m. Miss Sonoma County, and Clausen, in Roxanne McCurdy and on District Friends. rill join the group. Over 300 workers have months will set bought tickets and the crab ,ga n i z a t io n a I feed is sold out, Rath F K for the 1980 reported. Rath said. "We could have sold important for another 200 tickets but the an Clausen to space is not available at the volunteer Grange Hall," Rath said. because he is a "We're very gratified at ng representative the enthusiastic response. It of the Second certainly sets the tone for a IOnai District," winning campaign," Rath clncluded. us Fair I from page I he Sunday, those 60 and over is just 75 17 in the Citrus cents--that's on Monday, at 7:30 p.m.  February 18. no added charge Tickets may be purchased ainrnent at the fair ; in advance at the Citrus admission charges Fairgrounds or by writing ir include all en- P.O. Box 445 Cloverdale, CA. en.t. Single aay 95425. Entry blanks can also if or adults is $1.50 be obtained by writing the ages six through above address or calling 707- we admitted for 75 894-5790. Cloverdale mer- ry,on ticket prices chants selling fair tickets u- day fair are $3.50 include Giovannetti's Sport and $2 for juniors. Shop, First National Bank, adrnission eharge Cloverdale Food Center, andersix. Senior Financial Savings & Loan admission for and Sciaini Ace Hardware Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks... $24" For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 me. guarantee. Ask about nrices on rebuilt starters and altertors Gerdes Auto Wrecking 1000 Grcles Lane 894-2186 Business of the Week I ,un ttt I I I-*ssssl ! t LICENSE NUMBER 145S82 ") FIND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. The Curtis Masonic Lodge held an installation of officers I,oo Tyler. Back row: Darel Mack, Dick Wooldridge, Bud Saturday evening, January 26 at the Masonic llall in Tayhw. lien Garrett, Ralph Planck and (;il Leisz. Photo by Cloverdale. Shown in picture in front row l left to right) An- .lose Esparza. dre Wolfe. John Snoddy. George Ileaton. Richard Carter, Vernon L. Gordon, Grand Master of Masons to be honored Vernon L. Gordon, the The affair will commence the 1071h and 1981h Masonic available from any of the Grand Master of Free and al 8:30a.m. at lheLosRobles l)islriclscomsedof Lodges above Lodge officers. Accepled Masons in Meier l,(ge in Santa Rosa. in Pclaluma, Bh)omfield, California and Hawaii, will The meeling is open to the Sebaslopol. Guerneville. Mr. James A. Boland. speak al a breakfa,sl public. Sanla Rosa. Windsor. Master of Petaluma Lodge receplion 1o be held in his ttealdsburg, and Cloverdale. No. 180 will be the master of honor on February 171h. The reception is hosted by Tickels are $5 each and are ceremonies. will BIl.I r Silver a (;old Corns Silver Dimes Silver Quarters Silver Half Dollars Silver Dollars Half Dollars 1965-68 Nickels $1942-45 $1.00 each $ 2.50 each $ 5.0 0 each $13.00 each $2.00 each 40 each One Dollar Gold Coin $200.00 2 Dollar Gold Coin 3 Dollar Gold Coin 4 Dollar Gold Coin 5 Dollar Gold Coin 10 Dollar Gold Coin 20 Dollar Gold Coin 50 Dollar Gold Coin each $160.00 each $500o00 each $12,500. each $150.00 each $225.00 each $500.00 each $2,500. each Also buying; old paper money, foreign coins, sterling Silver, gold jewelry , pocket watches and silver bars.