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:anita Manor Musings SC Press Club will offer '500 scholarship AN (Thursday), to help the residents make shamrocks for St. Patricks Day ! We had 29, and a grand time! two more How do I say THANK "adopted" YOU? How do I tell these bearing wonderful people and young and en- people that what began as an galore! Mr. article to help people be his camera aware of the lost message of beautiful Christmas, has become a happens lesson in true giving. Cer- the old. tainly Jesus wa_ ight when no way to He said, "A little child shall sphere lead them!" A "Mustard seed" planted is growing and re to becoming a great tree, Workers here bearing fruit, reaching out started and shading others with its' Week visiting, branches. I'm overwhelmed! playing Thank You ! letters. Saturday, March 1,5, 10 their a.m. to ,5 p.m., Manzanita school Manor is sponsoring a communications workshop. It will be to teach com- munication and assertion techniques, assist par- ticipants in identifying positive qualities about themselves, asking for what we want, learning skills for giving and receiving negative and positive feedback, and in relaxing when under stress Sue Brown. M.A. and Jean Saludes, B.A.. will be the instructors. The cost is $2'5 for all interested persons in the community who would like to attend. Bring a sack lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided. For more in- formation, please call Roseann McEntee. 894-5201. Jean Greenhall at Mental Health will accept reser- vations at 894-3313. The Sonoma County Press Club will offer a $,500 scholarship this spring to a college journalism student who has graduated from a Sonoma County high school. According to Press Club president Jim Benefield, the organization is seeking ap- plicants who have completed their sophomore years at any college or university, are studying journalism, and have graduated from a local high school. Applicants will be asked to submiv a story, article, photograph or radio or television copy that has been published or aired since January I. 1979. A panel of judges composed of Press Club nmmbers will select the scholarship winner from applications received before April 30. The award will be made al a meeting of the Press Club in May or June. Purpose of the scholarship is io encourage Sonoma County students to pursue a career in journalism, and to recognize journalistic ex- cellence at the student level, Benefield said. Additional information and application forms may be obtained from the Press Club al P.O. Box 669, Santa Rosa 97v,02. or by phone at 542-6572. With 118 members, the Press Club is composed of Sonoma County residents working in the fields of news, adverfising and public relalions. It was organized in 1976. Public hearing on public transportation plan March 12 1980, at 1:30 which includes fixed route Conference services, carpooling, van- Services pooling, elderly and han- Mendocino dicapped services, and Rosa, the related improvements. ng Copies of the plan are County available at public libraries on throughout the County, the plan lblic Information Counter at the Sonoma County Ad- ministration Building, or contact the Paratransit Coordinating Council Office at 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Room l17-A, Administration Building, Santa Rosa, CA. Telephone: 527-2231. :ons: file or not to file file a tax the filing levels in recent over 65? years it's quite possible that on the kind and fewer people will have to file .COme, says returns. District One word of caution: if Internal you're receiving a pension to In Northern which you contributed during your working years, and you 10he is never a expect to recover what you paid into the plan within 36 Over do have months from the date the first though, payment is received, the to be amounts you receive which 65th represent the recovery of your payments into the plan 65 are not taxable. You must, to file however, report what you return unless receive during the year. This for 1979 helps you to determine exactly when your payments a married become taxable. Schedule E, return, if "Supplemental Income us 65 or over, Schedule," is the proper form and if both for reporting pension and are 65 or annuity income when such Remember, income is not fully taxable. If you have more than one too, that pension or annuity that is not of income, fully taxable, attach a are separate sheet to the from tax Schedule E with the ap- neither be propriate data, and enter the nor counted combined total of taxable Social portions on the Schedule E. Railroad If you have any further public questions, check the in- Workmen's structions that come with are among your tax package. IRS has prepared over 90 free in publications on various tax 1 TICE LEGAL NOTICE subjects which can be or- dered by mail, using the order form in the tax package, or by calling the IRS number listed in the local telephone directory. If more convenient, they can also be picked up at most IRS offices. Artists' slide registry seeks listings The Sonoma County Arts Council is now in the process of expanding and updating its Artists" Slide Registry. All Sonoma County artists are invited to submit slides of their work to the Registry by sending them to the Sonoma County Arts Council, 709 Davis Street, Santa Rosa, CA 9.5401. The Registry is used by the Lincoln Gallery director for consideration in exhibits, special projects, art festivals such as ARTRIUMI and other programs. In addition, the Slide Registry is available to the general public, local businesses and other galleries and museums for commissions and exhibitions. Gallery Director Eve Chung will also be available to accepl slides and review wwk on Ihe first Friday of each month. In March, review of work will take place on Friday. March 7 from 1 to 4 pro. in the Lincoln Arts Center's Lincoln Gallery, 709 Davis Street. Santa Rosa. ICall for an appointment.) Crafts-based registering artists will also be included in the Sonoma Crafts Trails Map currently being prepared by the Arts Council and the Sanla Rosa Potter's Guild for publication later this year. All Artists" Slide Registry entrants will be kept up-to- date on Sonoma County events and special programs. Membership in the Arts Council is also available at Ihe Lincoln Arts Center, 709 Davis Street, Santa Rosa. F.r further information call the Arts Council at 52a- 8220. Ordinance [or better the City on each machine brought into the city; semi-annual payment of fees, for purpose of tighter regulation of placement of machines; and calling for closer inspection of said machines. Deletes any machine from this category that is not designed for recreational purposes. Published 3-12-80. NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NT FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT at by The following person is doing business as: Geyserville Realty, 21310 River Lane, Geyserville. California 954-11 : Robert L. Ballard. Jr. 21310 River Lane Geyserviile, CA 95441 This business is conducted by an individual onoma indicated this copy of the on file in This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on the date indicated by file stamp above. I hereby certify that this copy is a correcl copy of the original sla'ement on file in this office. EEVE T. i,EWIS Ctmnly Clerk Published 2-27.3-5. 3-12, 3-19- 8O Wednesday, March 12, 1980- Page 15 V.F. W. news B) MAIt,IOi{IE I)()(;AIA l,adies Auxiliary to Ray ZiIllevtJan Post 9268, Veterans of Foreign Wars held their regular meeling, as usual, on the firsl Tuesday of lhe monlh 161h Dislricl Deputy Chiefs-g-Staff Thelma Atkins of F'elaluma and Mary McKillop of Sanla Rosa were presenl. I1 was our solemn duly to drape lhe charger in nemory ,f ()live Levering. We miss her as a friend, nwm ber anddedicated officer f our organizalion. II is nea.'mg Annual report I i{ne with numerous pr,)ran)s h) parlicipate in. Youlh Aclivdies and Com- ntunity Service benefited h'mr our donation to Ihe "Miracleof Vienna". Special (flympics. I)rug Abuse and Voice of Democracy are just several of the many programs the Auxiliary supports and-or sponsors. March is anniversary momh for us. We were in- sliluled March 12. 1948. Plans were finalized for our birlhday party to be held at Ihe Encore. A l p.m. lun- chem on Friday March 14th will mark our 32 years as an Auxiliary. Highlight of the affair will be the drawing of Ihe lucky ticket naming the winner of lhe quilt. The quilt top was hand-crafte by the lale Morris "Pal" Patton. "Pat" was a charter mem- ber'. quartermaster for many years and an active member of Post 9268. His widow, Josephine, an Auxiliary member, gave Ihe top to us to finish and use as a project to raise funds for V.F.W. ae- liviles. Thank you Jo. The Auxiliary wishes to publicly thank Joan Trimble rot displaying lhis beautiful quilt in Ihe window of Tricks. wilh Knits. Drop by Tricks wilh Knils and see this quill. Tickels will be available unlil Friday Mawson to run for judgeship Morris M. Mawson, 42- year-old Santa Rosa lawyer, has announced he will run for the judgeship being vacated by Municipal Court Judge Kiernan Hyland Municipal Court handles traffic matters, small claims, minor criminal trials, lawsuits under $15,000. and preliminary matters in- volving serious crime. "Municipal Court is the court most people use," Mawson said in making his announcement. "Its judges should run it for people's convenience and benefit." "I want a Municipal Court Judge to have balanced legal ability, patience, integrity, and more importantly, an appreciation of the problems of ordinary people." he said. A lawyer with 18 years legal experience, Mawson is besl known in the legal community for his volunteer work for low income people needing legal services. While president of the Sonoma County Legal Aid F.undalion. he conceived and ,,rganized the successful bar association sponsored )noma County Legal Ser- vices Foundation. In 1974 he donated time to produce a series of 13 educational programs on Sanla Rosa Cablevision as a public service, entitled, "Lawyers Who Needs 'em?" That same year he also organized a successful conmmnity forum on con- sumer problems moderated by bay area TV personality, Belva Davis. From 1961 to 1964 Mawson was a military lawyer and prosecutor. He moved to Sonoma County in 196.5 and worked a year and a half as Deputy County Counsel. In 19,6 he was a candidate for Districl Attorney. Since 1966 Mawson has been in the general practice of law in Santa Rosa representing individuals, families, and community groups m a wide variety of legal problems. Mawson was Iwice elected to the Sonoma County Republican Cenlral Com- miIlee, and spent two years on Ihe State Republican Central Committee. From 197.5 Io 1979 he served on the Rincon Valley Union School Board. Mawson's wife. Kaye, is a leacher in the Wright School District They have three children. Gary Antolini, assistant dislrict attorney, and AI Rizzo. Healdsburg lawyer, have also said they will seek /he same judgeshi p . l ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !:: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Growers Sup Y ';'     ..... .... :   VImI| AUTO,P REPAIR ion & Irr,gat , ,,,,,, F Under the new ownership of Inc. Jim Romaln mtmmmmmmmmm0000 /   m   | ....... 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