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Wednesay, March 12, 1980- Page 1i who was commended for her excellent a pep talk at the rally Friday. operations Page 3 of Silva indicated that the aSameansof Builders Exchange in the flooding and subseequent hearings would present environmental and protestors economic experts who will of testify as to "serious of a deficiencies" in the EIR and family, who study report. ex- "'The construction industry quarry strongly opposes this plan because of what it will do to Janet the economics of this entire adeptly county". Silva declared. hearing, adding: because of "The Planning Department public is here to represent the total county community, not just a few people, and this objective is hold the not present in this study the more report/" Rosa Walter Brelje. president of Building. the Sonoma County Alliance, Js set asserted the study report Y, does not adequately consider by a the flood control benefits o March 21, resulting from gravel ex- 5:30 p.m. traction. of the Ex- Brelje also criticized the he was report for no considering the outraged "tremendous a[nount of which energy" that would be needed to crush hardrock into of aggregate products. ban. He warned that without Cloverdale High School Basketball The eagles opened their 1980 season with 2 games this past week. Cloverdale won it's season opener versus El Molino 4-3 in a 5 inning game called because of darkness and then ended the week with a 8-6 loss to Willits H.S. on Friday. In the first couple of weeks of the season all players are playing at least half of each game to gain experience for the league season which starts Tuesday just after Easter. This, while sometimes hindering the Eagles chance of putting it's best 9 on the field, gives Cioverdale valuable' ex- perience since 4 players were lost to the team because of training violations during basketball season. Cloverdale in it's 1st game got good pitching per- formances from Jr. John Graham and Doug Lemley who with Zaeh Vail struck out 9 and walked 2. The batting attack was led by Kelly Chappeli, Chris Allen, Mark Cuneo, and Grog Stewart who tripled to drive in the tying and winning runs. The Eagles got good defensive play from Mark Cuneo and Kelly Chappell plus a great throw and play at the plate by gravel extraction, the bed of the Russian River will rise to dangerously high levels at many points, causing flooding of valuable far- mlands, properties and communities along its course. The protestors came from almost every area of Sonoma County. many of them em- ployed in one phase or another of the sand and gravel industry. A few in the construction Irades praised Russian River aggregate for adding unique sirength" to concrete and asserted that hardrock aggregate could not be a . substitute. One speaker presented a long list of aggregate uses in public demand Duane Butler, member of a private engineering con- sultant firm and a former member of the Sonoma County Planning Department staff, spoke in support of the construction industry's position. Butler pointed out the the EIR and study report which ale receives nment of taxes Kenneth February apportionment of the State-collected "in-lieu" to motor vehicle license fees. as the Cory reported Sonoma of County received $2.58,991 and the City of Cloverdale received $4,599. City The distribution represents the cities and counties share and the of license fees and other totaled revenue deposited in the Motor Vehicle License Fee ibution Account during January, of the 1980. in the The State excise tax at the during rate of $2 per $100 of market 1980, value takes the place of local Ad- property tax on motor $31,803. vehicles. Except for that portion withheld to cover administrative costs, the money is returned to local Kenneth governments which may use their shares for general to purposes. as the Half of each distribution r Koenigshofer discourage lot splits whenever possible. At the other end of the political spectrum is Supervisor Nick Esposti, who frequently stands against the other four supervisors on planning decisions he says strap developers. Esposti is fond of remin- ding fellow supervisors that he only needs two more votes to turn the tables and allow more development. After Koenigshofer's withdrawal Esposti said, "Nine months from now we could have a different ballgame. That is precisely the thought that worries Koenigshofer's supporters. ge t against unac- coil- ts With- fast all his plat- Ken Baumgardner and Grog Stewart to prevent the Lions from getting their fourth run. The loss to Willits had several good points, as again pitchers Graham and Lemley limited the Willits team to 6 hits striking out 9 and walking 2. Cloverdale also had 12 hits with Doug Lemley leading the way with a double and three singles for a perfect 4 x 4. Chris Allen, cen- terfielder again went 2 x 3, while Hunt, Stewart, Vail and Wilson all had hits. Defen- sively Cloverdale broke down in the 4th inning and made 3 errors while giving up 8 runs to let Willits take the lead 8-2. Cloverdale fought back to get 4 more runs and in the 7th inning Grog Stewart had a ground rule double into scoring position. However, the Willits relief pitcher Marcus Davis, the QB on their Football team and league champion wrestler at 168 lbs. got tough and forced Eagle leftfielder Loni Morelock to ground out to 2rid base to end the game. Cloverdale gets a chance to even their record vs. Wiilits in Willits on Tuesday the llth and plays Clear Lake at home Friday at 3:30 p.m. most board only in- plan in and at- and went to the cities and half to counties in the proportion that the population of each city or county bears to the population of all the cities or counties in the State. Distribution is based on the 1970 Federal Census as ad- justed to reflect new in- corporations, annexations, special censuses and State Department of Finance estimates. State Controller Kenneth Cory recently announced the distribution of $69,615,836 among the State, cities and counties as the February apportionment of highway users taxes. Because of declining gasoline sales, the distribution is $8,M3,298 less than that for the same month last year. The February 1080 gasoline tax distribution was $10,979,251 less than that for February 1979. The diesel fuel tax distribution was $1,95,854 more than in February, 19'/9. Sonoma County's share was $255,905, and C'loverdale City's share was $3,187. A total of $16,423,953 went directly to the counties; $12,388,004 to cities; $40,773,879' for expenditures on State highways; and $30,000 to Je Bicycle Lane Account. The total apportionment was derived from " the following sources: gasoline tax, $59,555,664; diesel fuel tax, $8,512,ff/9; income from investments, $1,542,692; and miscellaneous, $d,611. Bowlina Scores Friday Night Early Birds Lmdsiana Pacific 12 20 L.P. No 2 24 8 Garrett Logging 11 21 Silva's Pharmacy 20 12 Damerow &McTeer 11 21 Caturegli's Shell 17 15 His & Hers Reno L.P. No I 18 18 Field & Rued 23 13 Maurice's Saw Shop 15 17 Cloverdale Bowl 22 14 Rexall Drugs 14 18 Aparicio Explosives 20 16 Depot Hotel 11 21 Pizza Queen 19 17 Orange Realty 10 23 V.F.W. 18 18 Individual high game TheEncore 16 18 (scratch) men - Geo. Wiget Barnes Lumber 14 23 255; women Jackie Cloverdale Products I0 26 Snellgrove 189. High game Barbara Individual high series Drake 209; Paul Pasqulni 233. {scratch) men - Geo. Wiget High series - Mel Barber 641; women - Pat Keehn 520. 6O6; Barbara Drake 514. High team game (ban- High team game dicap} - Silva's Pharmacy Cloverdale Bowl 722. 843. High team series High team series (han- Cloverdale Bowl 2148. dicap) - Silva's Pharmacy 2396. Tuesday Women's Trio Man. Scratch Trio Stan's 26a/z 9'/2 Boise Cascade 25 7 L.P. 2.5 11 Cloverdale Bowl 19 13 Fashion Flair Too 18 18 Pizza Queen 18 14 La Grande Motel 16% 19t/2 PRICO 15 21 Penny Fair 15 21 Fashion Flair 14 22 New World Mfg. 14 22 High game - Rita Ricetti 204. High series - Rita Rieetti 4. High team game - PRMCO 604. High team series - Penny Fair 1726. Thurs. 800 Rolando 20 8 United Vintners 19 9 Cloy. Auto Parts 18 I0 Louisiana Pacific I 14 14 Wally's Home Service 12 16 Masonite 12 16 Andersen Backhoe II 17 l.uisiana Pacific 2 6 22 High game - Dean Young 269. High series - Dean Young 697. / i High team game - United Vintners 951. High team series - United Vintners 2708. * Tues. Merchants Mix! 46 ' Giovannetti's Sport Shop 25 II House of Jacks 22 14 The Mustard Seed 22 14 ' Masonite 18 18* Pizza queen 16 20 Sue's Salon 15 21 Coppo's Liquors 14 22 The Grapevine 12 24* ' High men women - Barbara Drake 530. High individual game - men - Spencer Vail 245) women - Barbara Drake 212. High team series - Giovannetti's Sport Shop 2287. High team game - Giovannetti's Sport Shop 783. individual series - Spencer Vail 653;' : listed five possible options for the aggregate industry, did not mention a sixth alter- native. "Option 6"'. he indicated, would, include the virtual disappearance of Sonoma County's gravel industry as operators are unable to find economically feasible sources of hardrock. Butler indicated he is researching this and other economic aspecls of the planning department's proposal and will testify at Calendar of events for the band trip March 17 - Women's Im- provement Club Card Party- Masonic Temple - afternoon; Slides of the 1974 Vienna Band Trip for Band Students and Parenst-presented by Craig Northrup--director of the Saratoga High School Band. Time 7:30. March 22 - Citrus Squares Benefit Dance--8-11 at the Citrus Fair Bldg. March '9 - Auction--- Cloverdale High School Girl Gym. Time: 7:30. Open in afternoon for viewing, 2-5. April 5 - Benefit Dance sponsored by Councilman Congdon at Citrus Fair Bldg. - 9 to 1 for $2.. April 12 - Flea Market - at which the Band will have 2 booths. April 13 - Baroque Musicale-Sponsored by Episcopal Church at 3. April 19 - Second Benefit Dinner "Spaghetti & Raviolis", etherheMiJrch2Oor .ril Z L- omen's In: 21 public hearings. * ",ement Club Uard Party : afternoon - Masonic Temple. Anticipated difficulty of obtaining county permits for future hardtack qparry Jperations in the face of expected protest from residents near the proposed sites was voiced by one operator. The Geyserville area was well represented, with far- mers and residents voicing praise of gravel extraction :perations and crediting these with preventing floods and bank damage in their area. Aprd 25 - Ballet en Rondo - Citrus Fair Bldg. with Wine Tasting. May IS, I!, 18 - Square Dance Benefit - Citrus Fair - Chairman Rich Pelligrini. May 19 - Women's Im- provement Club Card Party - Masonic T., afternoon. June 15 - Ban Voyage Party at Papa Johon's Pirates walk plank through the first half. The first half ended with. the Eagles on top 31 to 16. The second half was as onesided as the first half, while the J.V.'s continued to pound the Pirates. The Junior Varsity showed how they were able to take charge of a game when everyone played as a team. As the final buzzer of the Eagles claimed yet another victory to add to their record. Scoring column was as follows: Novak 14, Botkin 12, M. Pang 9, Keyes, Wirt and Williams with 8, J. Pang 4, Vail,and Nichols with 2 and Silva with 1. By SCOTT SEANOR CHS Correslmmleat The Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball team played a very consistent game against Point Arena at home on Friday, February 22. This was the first game in which every member on the team scored. The first quarter started off with the dominating Eagles outscoring the Pirates 21 to 6 with both Mike Pang and Eric Botkin dumping in 6 apiece. Since the Eagles were taking over control of the game, substitutions were made all Interview with newly appointed S.A.D. By ROBERT MENDEZ CHS Corespondent 'Ti try to be as reomible as possible" was Beth Vngt's opening statement when she was interviewed as C.H.S.'s newly appointed S.A.D. Beth was appointed by the Student Council on February 6during the meeting upon the dismissal of David Beebe., "It was really too bad that Dave had to be dismissed. 1 only hope that I can please the student body!" exclaimed Beth upon being appointed. Beth has always been ac- tive in the school, par- ticipating in Student Council and on the Pep Squad. 8he is head cheerleader this year. "'Being S.A.D. gives me a chance to stay active with our school, since Pep Squad will soon be coming to an end for the year." Beth went on to say. "Even though I was appointed at this late time, I'll still try to have some fun aelivilies! "" With a new S.A.D. ap- pointed, that should bring some frh new ideas, so we should have some good things to took forward to in the upcoming months. On Going Events German Lessons - Sat. at 10 a.m. by Carol Chase - 894- J83. Washington School Magazine Subscription Drive--Mr. Kaserman. Aluminum Can Drive Collection places Krooms-- behind Preston Store Cann's- 111 Rosewood Dr., Jefferson School. Sorority Rame - Members are accepting donations. All these are included in the raffle: Sciaini's Metal Shed, $I00 tune-up by John's Auto and Cloverdale Auto, Frozen lamb cut and wrapped from Cy Frances, T.V. from Century 2t, Cord of wood from Ojeda. Picks Drive-In - Raffling a case of wine. Russ Kinsey - Raffling 2 beautiful White Fir Trees. ()range Tree - Have 2 beautiful ceramics by Doris Ferrari to be raffled. Falshlon Flair - Has a hand- made Afghan by Carol Richards to raffle. Cloverdale Bakery - 5 cents on every loaf of bread sold to the Band Fund. Cloverdale Auto Parts wants old batteries the money made from the sale of them goes to the Band Fund. 11i Fi - Giver 2.5 cents from every $2., order to the Band Fund. Red Carpet Realtors - For every house sold $100 goes to the Band Fund. Cloverdale Bowl Thrusday Bowling Leagues are donating each week. Cloverdale Reveille * $3 to the Band for every new subscription, after Mar. 15th. $4.50 will go to the band. Band Students - Are selling Amway soap 6 ibs. and 12 lbs. sizes. Contact: Band students.or Mrs. Williams - 894-2032. Girls ranked highly in tourney By SANDY MCMILLAN CHS Correspondent Confirmed Chaparones ( All chaparones will pay their /* own way) i zcarl and Carol Junker; Hans Tschirch - Interpreter; : Millie Campbell; Connie Seymour; Marian Zagorites; . Kate Connolly - in charge of records and music; Sue Connolly - Registered Nurse;   Winnie Connolly; Jan Davies; Vicki Fennessey. .." ". ...... ." /;.7:/:.: Cloverdale High School ilii Baseball Schedule !if! iiii FMEB 29 - Healdsburg, Tuesday. here, Frida](. April 16 - St. Helena, here, Mar. 4 - El Molino, here, Friday. Tuesday. April 22 - Calistoga, away.. Mar. 7 - Willits, here, Tuesday. Friday. April 2,5 - St. Vincents ,. Mar. 11 - Willits, away, away, Friday. Tuesday. April 29 - Pt. Arena, away, Mar. 14 - Clear Lake, here, Tuesday. Friday. May 2 - Tamales, here, .., Mar. 18 - Ft. Bragg, away, Friday. . Tuesday. May 6 - St. Helena, away, Mar. 21 - Ft. Bragg, here, Tuesday. -,. Friday. May 9 - Calistoga, here,, , Mar. 2.5- Clear Lake, away, Friday. *: Tuesday. Coaches: John Gastineau-. April 1-4 - Easter vacation. JV; Jerry Hunt - Varsity. ,: April 8- St. Vincents, here, Games at 3:30 uless:  Tuesday. otherwise noted. Apl 8 - * April 11 - Pi. Arena, here, May 9 games are. league.: Fruday. games. There will dot be a : April 15, Tamales, away, JV team this season. , , against the winner of Fern- dale and Lower Lake at the Ukiah High gym. On the other side of the girls' bracket will be Ft. Bragg opening against Royce, and Mendocino against Tamales. In the Boys' division opening games last night, Ferndale met Ft. Bragg, and St. Helena-played Upper Lake at Pomolita, and at Obituaries Cloverdale's Girls' Varsity Basketball team qualified for the North Coast Section Class A Basketball Playoffs for the fourth consecutive year, after winning the NCL I Southern Division league with an amazing I0-0 record. Cloverdale, who has won the NCS Class A playoffs for the past two years, will go into the Piayoffs this year rated number 2 behind Mendocino. In 1977, the young Eagle team was rated number 1 going into the playoffs, but their inex- perience showed as they were unable to win their opening game. Then in 19715, the gles were again rated number 1, and with most of the players from the previous year, Cloverdale won the Championship by beating a k team from Emmery. year, the Eagles were rated number 1 again. They ,won the Championship for the second consecutive year after beating the Mendocino Cardinals in a close, exciting game. Both Mendocino and Cloverdale have most of the same starters back from last year, but Cloverdale lest its first place ranking by losing two upsetting games in the Championship games of the Uk!ah and Clear Lake tournaments. The Cardinals and Eagles are the tour- nament picks for the Championship game as they hold the.numher I and 2 spots in the Press Democrat's Redwood Empire Rankinp. Last night, the Eagles opened the tournament against number 7 ranked upper Lake at the Pomolita Gym. The winner will go on to the semi-finals tonight Medwid Servicew for Vivian Elizabeth Medwid, 78, who died thursday in a Cloverdale rest borne after a long illness, were at 3 p.m. Friday. A native of Maryland, she came to California I0 years ago and settled in Cloverdale. She was a housewife. She is survived by her children. Betty Jonas, Cloverdale; William Nusz, Ukiah High, Potter Valley played Royce, and :' Kelseyville played * Bridgemont. The losers in the opening games will not go on to play Friday, March 7. :": The girls' games on the 7th start at 4 and 5:30 at Ukiah High School's gym, and the, boys' semi-finals followed at " 7:15 and 8:45. Texas; John Nusz Maryland; and Patricia Nusz, Oregon; r by four grandchildren and  five great-grandchildren. Services were at Fred Young and Co., Cioverdale, and private inurnment at , Santa Rosa Memorial Park, ,: after which the remains were ,. sent to Willamette National , ,.. Cemetery in Portland, Ors..: .... Leon A Mass of Christian Burial was said Friday for Maria Natalia Leon, 70, who died March 3rd at her Cloverdale home after a brief illness. A nativeof Mexico, she was a Iongtime resident of Cloverdale. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her son, Gabriel Hernandez, Healdsburg; a brother, Antonio Aguilar, Los , Angeles; seven grand- ,,,;, children and many nieces and ,, , .ces were held at 9:30 ,. a.m. at St. John's Catholic , Church. RecitatiOn of the .... Rosary was S p.m. Thursday ,, at the Chapel of Fred Young ,: and Company, Healdsburg. Interment was at Oak Mound Cemelery: Heaidsburg.