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Margaret Rogers will focus )n power of prayer , Feb. 9th, the Healdsburg Science Church is making to the local communities lecUwe "Prayer Can You" by Margaret Rogers, a of the Christian Science of Lectureship. feel threatened by many - crime, sickness, financial loss of friends of family. need for security causes us to from many places, but to think of prayer as a practi- Solution to these problems. By understanding of God, you security. timely lecture will be given Raven Theater, 115 North from 11 a.m. to There is no admission fee, child care will be available at Hcaldsburg. are welcome. New offices for Senator Keene Slate Senator Barry Keene his office from Val- to Santa Rosa effective Feb. 4. 9S5404The new address is 50 "D" tree.t, Suite 128, Santa Rosa, , and the phone number Will now be (707) 576-2774. FREI= FOOT EXAMS ,,,.are now beinQ offer eJ, ODsr. Jonathan B. Krooo" orders, Diseases, Injuries and Surgery of the Foot and Ankle Cloverdale Medical Building 100 W. Third Street Cioverdale Call for appt. 894-2566 "through February, 1991 POLICE LOG Mon., Jan. 28 Gas generator taken from vehicle on Industrial Dr sometime between Jan. 26 and this date. Woman reports son has finger stuck in his bicycle chain. Fireman responds to assist. Tues., Jan. 29 Woman reports possible broken elbow after being assaulted with a chain. Warrant issued for suspect's arreSL Domestic dispute on Allen Ave. Family dispute on E. 4th St. Two local residents report their vehicle mirrors were vandalized while parked on Railroad Ave. Juvenile caught while attempting to steal a carton of cigarettes from Clover Market. Geyserville woman reportsher daughter was assaulted in the 200 block of E. 1st St. Wed., Jan. 30 Tools reportedly taken from CHS Auto Shop. Thurs., Jan. 31 Clifford Wolin arrested after being mistakenly released on a war- rant in Mendocino County. Ladies watch found on W. 2rid St. Attempted burglary at residence on N. Washingotn. Non injury traffic accident at Blair & Clark St. Cloverdale woman arrested on suspicion of shoplifting and assault and Bill's Drugs. Chimney fire reported at resi- dence on S. Foothill Blvd. Woman reports her car antenna was vandalized while parked in the 100 block tiE. 1st St. Fri., Feb. 1 Physical dispute 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. License plate taken off vehicle parked on Franklin St. Male juvenile with a handgun reported on N. Jefferson near CHS. Daisy BB pistol taken for safe keeping. Domestic dispute on S. Washing- ton. Several juveniles in violation of curfew were transported to their respective homes by police officer. Norman Connelly arrested on outstanding warrant and on suspi- cion of public intoxication. All four tires and rims taken from vehicle parked on University St. Sun., Feb. 3 Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving in the 400 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. Report of shots fired in the area of 1200 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer was not able to locate source. Cash, VCR and jewelry taken from residence on Railroad Ave. ILLUSIONS HAIR DESIGN * HAIRCUTS * WAXING * PERMS * MANICURES * COLOR * PEDICURES 894"2837 45 Cherry Creek Rd. Dance With Nance At the Boys & Girls Club Monday- Thursday Afternoon & Evening Classes Ages 7 to Adult For Info Call Nancy Chadwick 8, 188 Februarv6.1991 Low Rain 29 60 34 30 56 37 31 58 42 1 54 36 2 62 52 2.31 3 62 52 .02 4 53 46 A5 Rainfall to date 6.42" Last ye to date A Rally was held recently at the Santa Rosa Veterans i4emorial Building in support of our troops in the Gulf. One of the guest peakers was former North Coast Congressman Doug Beset. The "We Pport our Troops" logo, complete with a big yellow ribbon (as pictffed above) will be available on T-shirts and sweatshirts at the VietnamVeterans of America booth at this year's Citrus Fair. They will be offerd for sale for the first time anywhere right here in Cloverdale! Combat zone dec'aration triggers variety ot tax relief The designation of the Persian Gulf as a combat zone triggers a number of federal tax relief provi- sions for taxpayers serving in Operation Desert Storm. According to Raymond A. Spill- man, district director of the Internal Revenue Service in Sacramento, members of the armed forces and support personnel in the Persian Gulf assigned to Operation Desert Storm will not have to file their 1990 suffere: while serving in the com- bat zo. In e event a member of the armeJ forces dies while serving in the ombat zone, no tax is due for the ear of death or any prior year in ,hich the person served in the copbat zone. In addition, any un- pal tax for years prior to service in combat zone is forgiven. The combat zone designation is flee,ire Jan. 17, 1991, and covers federal income tax returns until at raq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, least 180 days after they depart Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emir- from the Persian Gulf. No penalty ares, Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Gulf of or interest will be charged during Oman, certain parts of the Arabian this period on any tax due for 1990 Sea and the Gulf of Aden. These relief provisions apply nc Spillman emphasized that taxpay- only to armed forces and suppa personnel serving in the Operatin Desert Storm combat zone, but o to their spouses, said Spillman. Military pay received by enlted personnel while serving in the om- bat zone is exempt from incow tax. For commissioned officers, ip to $500 a month can be exclude from income. The exclusion geWal ex- tends to periods of hospilazation resulting from injury or ickness erR, including spouses and others acting on behalf of a taxpayer in Operation Desert Storm combat zone, should call IRS toll-free at 1-800-TAX- 1040 (1-800-829-1040) for additional information on federal tax matters. If they receive corre- spondence about any collection or audit matter covered by these relief provisions, they should contact the IRS immediately so that the action may be suspended. Senior Mentorworkshop at SRJC The Senior MentorCeter will be offering the first Menu Training Workshop at Santa Dsa Junior College this Saturday, lb. 9, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tb course will feature presentations Y experts in the areas of volunlexing, cross- cultural issues and 0mmunicafion skills. The workshop is itended to meet the broad needs of mentors, regard- less of the program in which they work. The workshop is open to mentors or potential mentors partici- pating in any Sonoma County men- toting program. To learn more about the Senior Mentor Center program and/or to register for the class, contact Donna Main at 524-7250. Cioverdale Reveille Page5 Poet's [ COTFtg T The following was submitted by Clover & Bob Matter of Cloverdale "Over There, Over Here" I want our troops safe, over there. I want them alive, over here. I want Hussein's "Holy War" to cease, over there. I want Hussein's message to the American people to stop, over here. I want Bush's thousand points of light to go away, over there. I want Bush's lips to speak peace, over here. I wish the people courage to survive, over there. I wish us love and harmony, over here. I want our flag to stand for peace over there. I want our flag to mean true democracy, over here. I love our troops who were sent over there. I love our troops who were sent from over here. We all are human creatures, over there. We are all human creatures, over here. Let us look at the means we use to create an end, over there. The means we use affect the ends, over here. DMV renewal for Seniors in Healdsburg The Department of Motor Ve- hicles comes to Healdsburg on the second Wednesday of every month for license renewal appointments. This DMV service is only for resi- dents of Healdsburg, Windmr, Geyserville and Cloverdale over the age of 55. Applications must be filed at least six weeks prior to the licensee's birthdate. For more information, phone the Healdsburg Senior Center at 431- 3324. S 20 O0 ;=sabled/Senior Citizens 800-34S-RIDE 00onoma County Transit" itadJeShaeK '''''-- mTANDARDM RELIAllLE QUALITY TECHNOLOGY "0"" -''" PROMPT SERVICE Owet 7000 0rop-olf points natonw,de nsute sro---'R00 t 000.000 are parts slocKe0 We serwce what we semi ,.,.,,Oom,.... 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