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No all of ethnic , PoUtieal have to be House -a lll to today's tng m th f, as In official to the on send name, area ad- nry' Californians can join use Conference on families - co. Pacific Telephone and expenses, assuring that the Telegraph Co. persons selected at random 370 Third Street will be able to attend, San Francisco, CA 94107 ragardless of financial means. The 40 names from In addition to expressing throughout the State will be their personal concerns about selected at random at a family problems, the 40 at- drawing conducted by of- large delegates will have an ficials of the Pacific opportunity to work side-by Telephone and Telegraph side with experts in Company shortly after the economics, health, law, March 21 deadline, education, psychology, welfare and family policy, The 40 citizens Whose business, labor, religion, names are pulled at the social service and grass roots drawing will be part of a 135- organizations. person California delegation The purpose of the Con- which will meet at the ference is to explore the western regional White needs, problems and House Conference on strengths of American Families in Los Angeles July Families today, and to un- I1 and 12. The Los Angeles cover all the ways in which meeting will be one of three to family life is affected by be held this summer public policies. Con- nationwide, with the others sideration of these issues will slated for Baltimore and lead to recommendations of Minneapolis. The conference new national policies and will pay all travel, ac- programs aimed at commodation and per diem benefiling the family unit and nounces candidacy Judge for his resident, aggressive office of tohe said. a real and we have as to the the effective "is a broad civil and with ex- Problems and life, I've as a md I can 'S .sYStem of turns We is since ease matters to law Day /ajor tried in Unicipal sen- Court one year has equal to those and a in Re is about victims receive Said. Court's on of money by convicted criminals has increased one-third during 1979. Sonoma County can be proud of that increase." Judge Day believes judges should gain a wide ex- perience in community life. "We must learn from the people," he said. "We must experience the desires and beliefs, justices and injustices, people and places of the area before we can make sound decisions which will safeguard the community and maintain citizens' rights." Judge Day began his legal practice with the Rohnert Park firm of Fredericks and Swenson before moving his practice to Santa Rosa. Judge Day served as a director of the Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce and as a member of the Sonoma County Bar Association and The Redwood Empire Trial Lawyers Association. He also served a four-year term on the County Board of Education from 1969 to 1973, and was a member of the Santa Rosa General Plan Advisory Committee. Judge Day presently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the YWCA's Parental Stress program which attempts to prevent child abuse. Judge Day is married to Jean Day, a reference librarian at Sonoma State University. They have one son, Douglas, who graduated from Mon- tgomery High School and is now at the University of California at Santa Barbara. For many years Judge Day was active in youth activities both in Rohnert Park and Santa Rosa, including service as a baseball and soccer coach. In 1975 he served as Ways and Means Chairman and as a Director of the Santa Rosa Youth Soccer League. Although his son is no longer playing soccer in Santa Rosa, Judge Day still contributes time and money to the high school and youth soccer teams. Judge Day is a graduate of Boar Hall Law School at UC. He laso has been a faculty member at both the University of California and Sonoma State University. He also has been a member of Epsilon raffle set March 22 Citrus the Xi :" The Menicucci, Cloverdale Auto Parts, $I00. Auto Tune-up and parts; Dennis and Louise Holler, 8 x 10 inch oil pain- ting, frame donated by Lawson's Treasure Trunk; Howard and Helen Lawson, $35. gift certificate from Lawson's Treasure Trunk and Joe and Rosa Cun- ningham, J&RC Sew and Vac, a Hoover Porta Power, portable vacuum cleaner. Mr. and Mrs. Holler paninted' the sign on the fence by the Red Carpet office. They also want to thank Bob Larson, Clover Graphics for printing the tickets on such short notice. Don't forget: Noon, Saturday, March 22 at Sciaini's. of At its individual members. Subjects to be covered at the Conference will include divorce, suicide, social security, food stamps, medicare, foster care, discrimination, employment and education, among many others. The White House Con- ference on Families has adopted eight goals. Two of them will be of particular interest to the 40 still4o-be- chosen delegates. They are (1) to encourage diverse groups of families to work together through local, state and national networks and other institutions for policies which strengthen and support family life; and (2) to generate interest in and act ion on Conference recommendations among individuals, families, and governmental and nongovernmental bodies at the Democratic Central Committee and the steering committee of the Santa Rosa Democratic Club. He served three years in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Wednesday, March 19, 1980- Page 3 The MEDFORD L2316M 23" Diagonal The SAHARA L190g 19" Dia.qonal $549 Home and School' BARRIER FREE BUILDINGS Trustees discussed laws regulating school building access for disabled students. The law requires all school facilities, including home economics kitchens, to be accessible to students in wheelchairs. Supt. James D. McAuley noted that the high school buildings have ramps at several entrances but that many costly alterations would also be necessary to comply with the law. Trustees decided to delay making alterations because the district currently does not have any students using wheelchairs. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT iii ) A basketball tournament on ) March 22 for seventh and eighth grade girls was ) okayed by the school board. ) Five regional teams, in- ) cluding Cloverdale's, will participate in the tournament P al Cioverdale High School's t gymnasiums. FACILITY USE Trustees approved the following facility use requests: for the Cioverdale High School Band to conduct a fund raising auction on March 29 at the high school's north gym; for an art show on April 12-13 on the high school lawn; for the summer soccer league to use the district's multi-purpose field. 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SILl ENDS April 5 Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd: 894-23t4 I I II THIS MONTH ONLY $389" Sal rvice RESIGNATIONS Board members accepted the resignation of Washington School teacher Mary K. Dawson. The resignation of district director of tran- sportation Gerald Thompson was also accepted. Trustees promoted Richard Cummins to fill Thompson's job. Cummins will attend a three week state sponsored course in Sacramento that will allow him to train prospective school bus drivers. Trustees of the Cloverdale School Board have approved a workshop and lecture on "Student Discipline at Home and School" that will be held Thursday for Washington School parents and teachers. The day will be a student holiday so that teachers can attend the day's activities. Parents are invited to attend a lecture at 4 p.m. A dinner break will be from 6-7 p.m. Healdsburg psychiatrist Stan Davis will speak about student discipline at 7 p.m. every level. Vivian Weer, Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce manager; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Pat Rse Chairperson of the Sister City visit, and Diane iii Student Discipline at iil Doble. president of the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, I are preparing for the I(Ith anniversary visit to CIoverdale B.C. in May. All reservations must be confirmed by March 30. See Chamber ('hatter for details. Photo by Janice.