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On Tuesday, March 4, 1997, you as a registered voter are being asked to go to the polls and make a very important decision regarding the fire protection and the medical first response we have all become accustomed to. We voters went to the polls in November and voted yes on Prop 218, we said "let the voters decide about the implementation of taxes or assessments on our properties". I for one truly believe in that. However, since the perception is all taxes are BAD, we of course would never vote for any tax or assessment again. That is not necessarily the right answer either. We need to make sure we know when it's important to vote yes or no. When the Fire District was created, an annual $88 assessment for the average home was implemented to cover the costs needed to continue having our excellent "first response" medical call service by our Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) and the prompt response for fire calls by having an on-staff fireman at all times. Voting"yes" on Measure D will only afford us that same comfort. Voting "yes" on Measure D will keep our property values from reducing and our fire insurance rates from increasing. Please join me on March 4,1997 and say "I care about the quality of fire protection and medical "first response" service available to me, my family and my home." Plain and simple, let's keep every- thing the same. Vote "yes" on Measure D. Linda L. Pardini Fiddle Contest and Festival a success Editor. ". The Cloverdale Historical Society would like to thank everyone who braved the weather to attend the 22nd Annual Old Time Fiddle Contest and Festival. Those hearty music lovers clapped in time to the jammin' sessions, browsed through the crafts booths and lunched at the Cafe on delicious items provided by the Hamburger Ranch and Pasta Farm. Best of all, they enjoyed some toe-tapping music performed on stage by players of all ages. Some of them even danced in the aisles! We wouldn't have been able to hold this event without the helping hands of all our volunteers, the smiling faces of those who brought their crals to sell and their instruments to play, and of course, the publicity provided by our own Reveille. Many thanks to you all. Nancy Jehn, Chairman, 1997 Contest Community spirit alive and well in City Editor:. I wanted to point out an aspect of Cloverdale I haven't noticed before. After filling up at one of the gas stations downtown, my truck wouldn't start. I had a meeting in an hour and was stranded a mile from home with my daughter. Immediately a stranger offered to help me push the truck, but I declined and thanked him- -it's just too heavy I called a nearby friend for help and he came right over. Before he arrived (within five minutes) two other Cloverdale residents had pulled over and one gave me the jump I needed to get on my way. When people say there's no community spirit in Cloverdale I will tell them this story. Fritz Tryer, Cloverdale Wednesday, February 12 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-9 pm Soroptimist International, Sciaini Office ................... 12 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ....................... 9:30 a.m.-4 pm Bingo, Kings Valley Seniors ....................................... 1 pm American Legion & Auxiliary, Vats Bldg...: ................. 8 pm Sup. Paul Kelley, City Hall .......................... 8:30-10:30 am Senior Citizens Poltuck, Vet's Bldg ............................ Noon Roaring 20's Lioness Club, Potluck,Grange Hall ....... 7 pm Thursday, February 13 Thrift Sale, United Church ................ '- ............... 110 to 3 pm Rotary Club, Owl Cafe ........................ : ................ 12:15 pm \\; Cloverdale Host Lions Club .................. : ............... 7:30 pm Citrus Pre-Fair Gala ................................................... 7 pm Friday, February 14 Toastmasters, The Blvd. Dell ..................................... 7 am Senior Day Center, Grange Hall ..................... 9:30 to 2 pm Citrus Fair (Grand Opening) ....... . ................ 11 am-10 pm Saturday, February 15 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Thrift Sale, United Church ............................ 10 a.m.-1 pm Citrus Fair ..................................................... 10 am-10 pm Sunday, February 16 Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Citrus Fair ..................................................... 10 am-10 pm Monday, February 17 Boy Scout Troop #41, City Park ................................. 8 pm Cancer Support Group, United Church ............... 10-11 am Citrus Fair ....................................................... 10 am-5 pm Tueaday, February 18 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9:30-4 pm Writer's Circle, Library ....................................... .... 1:30 pm CARE Foundation, Jefferson School ..... . ............... 7:30 pm Copper Tower Family Health Center Free Blood Pressure Check ............. . ..... M-S, 9-12, 2-6:30 OutReach Mental Health .................. T, Th., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free Vaccinations ......................................................... M-S Cloverdala Alcohollc Anonymous Hot Line for Cloverdale Information: 894-2070/544-1300 Resident finds peace of mind at lit)raft Editor:. I wonder how many people realize what a wonderful current library ours is. My six months new grandson-in-law Charlie married to my granddaughter Brenda was just diagnosed with Leukemia. Being a past nurse I know the implications and was devastated learning this. All hopes and dreams gone. I read and read my Merck manuel and it didn't give much hope. My daughter told me mine was so outdated and to go the library. There I found the latest info in about three scientific medical books and learned that no one should give up hope Thank you Debbie. Louise Lake Sonoma announces fee increase Park Manager, Perry Crowley announced an increase of fees and a change to the length of the peak recreation season at Lake Sonoma beginning March 1 and running through the end of October. Individual family campsites at the Liberty Glen campground remain at $14 for a single site and $28 for a "double" area for the 1997 season. Extra vehicles are charged additional fees. The shoreline primitive campgrounds increased to a $8 per night fee. The $2 launch fee is included in th camping fee. Family campsites are available only on a first-come first-served basis. Reservations can be made only for the group areas. The devel- oped group areas are $80 per night and include covered picnic facilities, fire grills, lantern holders and restrooms with flush toilets and showers. There are also facilities for equestrian groups and a small amphitheater to utilize. The primitive boat-in group areas are $40 per night with chem- ical restroom facilities and no potable water. For further informa- tion on the park or to request a group reservation application, contact the Lake Sonoma Visitor Center at (707)433-9483, exten- sion 3040. Pearl Harbor names available Local disabled veteran, Christopher Welsh, along with a com- puter maven friend have come up with some information that they are offering to interested individuals. Chris is interested in geneological research and also has devel- oped an extensive military library. Through the help of a local computer buff, he was able to get a comprehensive list of the names of all civilians and military personnel killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. Welsh believes that the list will be useful to people who believe they may have lost a relative at Pearl Harbor, but don't know how to go about finding out this information. The list is available at the Reveille office and atthe Library. He will also be distributing it to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, he says. The source of the information is the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, USS Arizona Memorial. (Honolulu, HI 96818). i' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, 424 East Street, Healdsburg, 433-7645. Sunday Church Service 10:30 am. Evening meeting, second Wed. of month, 7:30 pro; Church Reading Room, 307 Center St. Hours: Tues, Wed, Fri, 12-4 PM. YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 Office Hours Mon-Fri 9 AM to 5 PM CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Editor Bonny J. Hanchett Managing Editor Roberta Lyons rter/ra# Robin Kramer AdvertisingCirculation Bonnie Goodman Business Manager Val Hanchett Cloverdale Reveille (119-020 LISPS) is published 52 times per year by Hanchett Publishing,, Inc., on Wednesdays at 207 N.  CloverdaleBlvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707)894-3339. Subscrip- tions: (Price includes sales tax) $18.50 per year, $27.50 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 35. Second Class Postage Paid at Clo- verdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address chanes to Cloverdale Reveille, .PC) Box 157, Cloverdale. CA 95425. Adjudged a newspaper of gen- eral circulation by the Supreme Court of the County of Sonoma, State of California, under the date of March3,1879,CaseNo. 36106. NCCS receives $10,000 grant North County Community Ser- vices (NCCS) has received a $I0,000 grant from the Sonoma County Community Foundation. The grant allocation was made from the DeMeo fund and will be used to hire a community re- source development worker who will assist NCCS to better serve homeless individuals and fami- lies with emergency housing and support services. NCCS operates the Wallace House in Cloverdale and the Spare Room in Healdsburg. Both facilities provide overnight, emergency shelter to homeless people. Wallace House is also used for transitional housing for families who need temporary housing while locating a more permanent housing situation. During December, the Spare Room provided shelter to 34 peo- ple for a total of 52 bed nights, 80 showers for 35 people and Wal- lace House provided 251 bed nights for 16 people, with 50% of the residents being children. PY BIRTHDAY BAI00 We Love You/. I Codi, Caitlin, Cory, J Ileen, Sam & Lobo! ,,/ Let's keep our fingers crossed that the weather holds weekend's Citrus Fair. The show goes on no matter what I'm always impressed with the intrepid parade viewers who will brave the most violent downpour to take this event. As for our family, after taking the little ones on us, not them) rides and looking at the exhibits, we send th home with their grandmother at the wine tasting gala. My wine glass collection Fair wine glasses almost exclusively. @@@ People have been enjoying the displays by Boy Scout and the Cloverdale Fire Explorers Post 17 currently the Cloverdale Reveille office. The displays are part of the Yokayo district display Exhibits must include a variety of information a theme such as learning, crai%s, camping, first aid, service, etc. Dick Hacke, district commissioner for the district and Kathy Crane, also a member of the d were in town on Friday taking a look at our windows. local display met all the requirements of the contest and were impressed with the work and content of the lay-outs. The Host Lions of Cloverdale sponsor the Boy Scout display and the Cloverdale Fire Department sponsors the Post 17. Nice job guys! @@@ How about those people in San Francisco who are Park Service requirement to leash their dogs on Ocean ensure the safety of the endangered Snowy Plover. One something like: %Vho cares about the Snowy Plover I've even seen one." As if the fact that she and others this endangered bird makes its survival unimpo.rt. Most don't see wild elephants either, but we still like to know theyt Dogs shouldn't be allowed to run free where they are a wildlife - especially rare wildlife. It's as simple as that. If' a dog- then you put up with walking or running it on a leash. live in the City, you put up with having few places where' can chase sticks in freedom. Personally, I wouldn't allow the beach at all - and yes, I am a dog owner. eee Everyone and their pup has been eulogizing Herb Caen - good reason. He was an important part of life not only for in San Francisco - but Northern California as well. I read Caen as a kid, growing up in Lake County. And, old Herb excerpts from our paper there, The Clear Lake Observer, than once. Granted, they were often funny typos, which dubious recognition, but it was still fun to see the paper the San Francisco Chronicle. One famous blooper was arrested and cooked for being drunk in public," which our police log. Of course it was meant to read: "arrested booked." Another was: %Voman calls at 1:05 a.m. to daughter not home from the show yet." Next item: "Man 1:07 a.m. to report his son not home from the show yet." We'll miss Herb too. He wasn't just a San Francisco icon. A group of talented musicians will perform for Spaghetti andJ Spaghetti and Jazz The Washington School and High School band hold their second annual Spaghetti and Jazz evening Feb. 20 at 6 pm in the Washington School Cafeteria. This event will help raise much needed funds for the band and provide an opportunity to hear some wonderful while enjoying a delicious spaghetti dinner! The evening's entertainment will feature "The Grog QuarteC, Cloverdale's "Jazz Doctors" and the Cloverdale School's "Eagles Jazz Bland". Advance ticket prices are $8 adults $4 children (12 and Prices at the door will be $10 adults, $5 children (12 and tickets may be purchased at the Washington School Office, the band director Ken Collins or from band students. "We are so fortunate to have a band program in our please come enjoy an evening out and show your support," representative stated. We can make sure you miss your job more than you miss your paycheck. Social Security has certainly seen better times. Aad who kow wha the future might bring. I can show you how to plan for a secure financial future with or without Social Security. ,-, Call or stop by today for the detail& Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Hcaidsburg (707)433-7827 00000000dJonei i i iiii I ,oad lP00me # lm ,L OIULlUAUl B