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THE-EXERCISE STORE LARGEST SELECTION OF INDOOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. WE SHIP ANYWHERE 92 .':EDOC.'O AVE .....  .... It Wednesday, March 26, 1980 - Page 5 William Russell Ledford Unit 293 c gGary A. ntolini n aq Tpens ---- ' '"" ' -ampal-n'-ea-'--uar'ers erase the memories of those Memorial Building, all School PTA will be spon- FREE of charge, soring a Wellness Film, Marie Hill, Girls State sometimes in April during William Chairman reported that the Public School's Week. The Unit 293, Girls State citizens had been auxiliary went on record to Auxiliary chosen, and publicity on them support the Hotline program a fantastic will soon be released. Stella which is being sponsored by lrty. Planck, representative in the Episcopal Church, and to able hands of Cloverdale for the Cancer help in any way possible. Lucehetti, Society, then spoke.briefly on Some members also volun- their the Colorectal Clinic, and teered to help on the Cancer sauce, gave a little history of the Drive. of ham and cancer society, and told of the Theresa Tollini, Veterans the auxiliary first Colorectal Clinic held Affairs and Rehabilitation With salads, last year at Oakmont through Chairman reported that the cheese cake, a government grant. 400 loan-out equipment was very of food on people participated in the active, and equipment is We Clinic, and out of 400, 61 had coming in and going out the Luc- to be evaluated, andsix hada constantly. The auxiliary is in vhen positive result. At present happy to provide this service refreshment there are kits from K-3 to free of charge. Anello educate young people on the prevention of cancer. She then distributed booklets of all sorts on Cancer, what it is, how to detect, diet, ter- minology etc. Thank you very much Stell Planck for a most informative talk. I veterans with Jaeobs, and Mrs Stella Were there to Detection previewed Other boys who the high and alternates. Scott and Danny some and and it all Very festive (due to ty ran machine to Detection Detection by the Cancer from 4 to be again and to answer refreshemtns, Veterans Present at the meeting was Mrs. Stratton, a guest, and Evelyn Austin a member who resides in Fort Bragg The Juniors were then presented with a beautiful trophy for winning first prize as a marching unit in the Citrus Fair Parade. June Zanzi, courtesy co- chairman outdid herself in the lovely birthday decorations, with flowers, happy birthday spelled out on the wall, with balloons on the tables. Thank you June. The following volunteered to be hostesses for the Cancer Clinic: Dena Gambetta, Claudia Reck, Theresa Tollini, Barbara Pengh, Elsie Karr, Henrietta Ruppert, Viola Mack and Elite Flynn. The following volunteered to bake cookies: Claudia Reck, Dena Gambetta, Elsie Karr, Gerrie Ruppert and Gerrie Tucker. The Auxiliary in con- junction with the Jefferson Pauline Chase, Legislative Chairman, gave a concise report on all legislation pertinent to the veteran and his family. Of utmost im- portance was some legislation which was trying to be passed, on Music Rights. Many of the Posts put on programs, and there is legislation pending that these Posts pay a $75 license fee for the copy rights and use of the music. We were all urged to defeat this issue, to help other posts and units, as our local post and unit does not put on ;; such programs Watch next week's paper for the names of our Girls State Citizens and a story about each of them. It is membership time and if you'd like to save the auxiliary postage, time and effort, please send in your dues of $4..50 to Elsie Karr. The nominating committee was elected. Those serving on this committee, are Lee Silvers, Elsie Karr and Dena Gambetta. They will be reporting at the next meeting on the new officers. It is report time, so all of you folks out there leave your old Reveilles as soon as possible at 75 Hillview Drive. Thank you. William Russell Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary gave their Legion a 61st birthday party to which over 50 Legionnaires and Auxiliary were present. Photo by Jose Esparza. The Juniors were presented with a beautiful trophy for winning first prize as a marching unit in the Citrus Fair Parade. Photo by Jose Esparza Gary Antolini Sonoma County Assistant District victims. Attorney and candidate for Municipal Court Judge of Dept. 3, announced the opening of his campaign headquarters at 201 Mon- tgomery Dr. in Santa Rosa. "Our campaign is dependent upon volunteer efforts" said Antolini, "anyone interested in donating time to my campaign is encouraged to call the headquarters at 523- 1198 or 523-1199." Antolini stated his personal commitment and qualifications for that office. "I have served the people of Sonoma County in the District Attorney's Office for more than 12 years. I have prosecuted some of the most difficult cases the D.A.'s Office has faced. I have encountered not only the criminals but also the victims of crime. Time shall never I strongly believe that we the people are guaranteed cer- tain rights and those rights are too often ignored. People have the right to be secure in their homes, not to be fearful for their families well being or for the loss of personal property. Individuals who do not respect the rights of law abiding citizens should pay the price for their actions. My experience has shown me that firm sentencing is a deterrent to crime. Punish- ment properly applied is as necessary as mercy. I cannot promise a particular program because a judge must decide each case in- dividually, I can pledge that I will decide each case to the best of my ability with courage, restraint, patience, and integrity." City Clerk's Corner By BARBARA PEUGH City Clerk Well, at last, back from the flu bug fight and back in the saddle again. For a start, thought I'd list the new rules and regulations adopted on March llth by Ordinance No. 362-80 for "'Orderly Use and Enjoyment of City Parks". Here goes, paraphrasing to save space. A. Parks open from 7 a.m. to I0 p.m. B. No horses permitted in Parks and horseback riding prohibited. C No motorcycles and motorbikes allowed in Parks. D. Bicycle riding prohibited-but bikes may be walked through parks or parked in spaces provided. C. Motor vehicles prohibited except when there by permission of the Chief of Police or City Administrator i, connection with main- tenance or supervision of parks. Temporary entry permits may be obtained at City Hall for necessity entry. D. Camping overnight is prohibited E. Baseball games charged ar of events for the a,.o: CloverdaleareaorS0 percent local participants teams are charged $2 per gh S gan,e. Out of town teams rdale H, chool Band trip charged $1O per game for each team. First come first May 19 - Women's Ira- ('onfirmedChaparones 7:30 provement Club Card Party - ( All chaperones will pay their High Masonic T., afternoon, own way) June 15 - Ben Voyage Party at Papa Johon's On Going Events German lessons - Sat. at I0 am. by Carol Chase - 894- 5983. Washington School Magazine Subscription Drive-Mr. Kaserman. Aluminum Can Drive Collection places Krooms- behind Preston Store Cann's- l I l Rosewood Dr., Jefferson School. Sorority Raffle - Members are accepting donations. All these are included in the raffle: Sciainrs Metal Shed, $100 tune-up by John's Auto and Cloverdale Auto, Frozen lamb cut and wrapped from Cy Frances, T.V. from Century 21, 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. Fashion 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. Hi-Fi - Gives 2.5 cents from every $2..50 order to the Band Fund. Red Carpet Realtors - For every house sold $100 goes to the Band Fund. Cloverdale Bowl Thursday 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. Carl 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 Connoily ; Jan Davies; Vicki Fennessey. The Fashion Flair Beauty Shop has tickets available for the lovely handmade Macrame Plant Hanger plus two smaller hangers. Made by Carol Richards. Drawing April 4 at 2 p.m. at Fashion Flair. Also available soon will be lickets for the beautiful handmade ceramics now on display at the Orange Tree. The famous Hummel copiesare made by Dots Ferrari. TONY ROMELLI BAIL BONDS ON LIFE "Serving Clover,00ale" 24 HOUR SERVICE 525-9705 SPECIALIZING IN LARGE BONDS serve basis. Must fill out application at City Hail. No Childrens Leagues are to be charged F. Each special event or N One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS -NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE -ravel Service 6920 COMMERCE BLVD ROHNERT PARK [ 79S-69021 TERRY HAEHL /V,in41q', large function using park must obtain a permit from City Hall for use. Any large function involving risk of personal injury must discuss police security and liability insurance before obtaining permit Sect. II: Any violation of above constitutes a misdemeanor for each of- fense and each separate offense is liable to a fine of not exceeding $,500. If you haven't noticed the City Park now has a new baseball backstop and fen- cing. It sure looks nice. The backstop and fencing was made possible by the City obtaining a State Park and Recreation Dept. grant. Delivery was just taken on new playground equipment. This will be put up piece by piece as the Public Works crew has men and time available. All of this is done to insure our City Park becomes a focal point of enjoyment for the citizens. Some pieces of the playground equipment are destined to be installed at Tarman Park too. That should help in keeping the tract youngsters happy this summer Now all we need is some nice warm summer evenings to enjoy all the new Park enemnities. I vote to banish winter!! Remember the Municipal Election is coming up on April 8th - please vote! We are lucky to live in a society where we have this privilege. $549" The MEDFORD L2316M 23" Diagonal Club All Square Fair - Parking United a.m. to 4 Church th Wine Ira- Party - ple. Benefit ti & Baroque by 3. Orange has for Trees 1000 Gerdes Lone 894-2186 Ask Jbovt mricH m rebuilt starters and alternators Gorde00 Auto Wrecking Market. at Will have 2 Bldg. Dance Auction--- School Girl Open in 2-5. For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 me. guarantee. $24" BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks . . . Gerde$ Auto Wreckers THIS MONTH ONLY Sal Servlc O8 19" Diagonal