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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, March 5, 1997 ACCIDENT convincing victims, mourners, and drunk driver. After firefighters removed vic- tims from the two cars, para- medics stabilized patients, and the coroner put the one fatality into a body bag--students gath- ered in the gym to hear speeches about drinking and driving from the CHP, fire and police depart- ments. It was capped off by speaker Bill Ernst who killed two people in Santa Rosa while drunk driv- ing, and was later convicted of double homicide. Ernst, released from jail last year after serving a seven year sentence, ran a red light and hit another car killing a man and woman in their 20's. A friend riding in his car re- ceived permanent brain damage. According to Sue Cummins, Ernst was the most effective part of the program. "He was incred- ible. He really was down to earth and talked at a level the stu- dents understood. He basically said, 'at your age I'm not asking you to limit your pleasure--I'm asking you to be responsible," she said. Cummins said she is happy with the way the project went and a survey of the student body the day after showed that 76 percent said they will retain the information and another 80% said it was effective in deliver- ing the message not to drink and drive. Cummins thanks all those in- volved, including the fire and police departments, the ambu- lance, and Gerdes Auto Wreck- ing for supplying the cars and making them look like they real- ly had been in an accident. SCHOOL veloped for another three to five years if the new proposal isn't accepted by the City. The City Council will discuss this issue Tuesday, Mar. 11 If a retirement community is constructed a new school proba- bly wouldn't be needed. The school district had worked out an agreement with the Clo- ver Springs partners to eventu- ally purchase a seven acre school site in the heart of the develop- ment. The school would also have shared the use of another five acres of parklands. The district hired Quattrocchi Architects of Santa Rosa as con- sultants to develop a three phase plan for the proposed facility. On Mar. 10 City and School District officials will meet in a sub-committee at 6 p.m. at City Council chambers to discuss the school issue, as well as other school/city related matters. YOUTH Council heard local citizen Lib- by Peterson voice her concerns over gang related activities in Cloverdale. Kendal Galvez also spoke about turf gangs that are hanging out at Washington (]Ollll'BOT TO TH]! I]g'I00RN'RT Local Phone # WO TOM, 01LR]lll B78-2100 nex inc. r CLOVERDALE The Drug KERN'S FRUIT NECTAR 11.50Z, ASSORTED 2/Sl SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE 3/5/97-3/11/97 fee P I in Town EEE S&W TOMATOES 14.50Z, ASSORTED 59 r t14 OZ : ASSORTED S&W KIDNEY OR DEANS 15 1/4 TO 15 1/20Z, REGULAR OR 50% LESS SALT 2/Sl 4 PACK 'C" OR "1)" OR  i I I I i i n i I I I i I I .i:! [ MF R'S IN-AD COUPON GOCK) THRCJGH 3/20/97 ] 1.OO iinniinmniuIiii LONGS DRUGS IN-AD COUPON GOOD THRU 3/11/97 11 I 1 LONGS DRUGS IN-AD PON GOOD THRU 3/11/97 l 40% LONGS PRICE 1.50 ALL MAYBELLINE EYE PRODUCTS Assorted Formulations and Shades Coupon Required LIVIN|STON CELLARS WINE 3 LITER, ASSORTED : ii!i!!:!:i;ii.!:: !::i!!: OTIS SPUNKMEYER MUFFINS 3 PACK/12 OZ ASSORTED MILLER COORS 12 PACK. 12 OZ CANS ASSORTED +CRV MATCH POINT Always keep a shovel, rake and water nearby en burning debris. REMEMBER, ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES.