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)me ing Fund & Closet up for needy children ; being taken by the Boys y Service in to provide good used in need. Closet is located at ' on Tarmen Street. a Helping Hand Fund has been established to buy clothes for n eases of hardship. will be used to buy when second hand able, according to on sale for Farm Quilt are now on sale for the Farm Quilt have been having the finish the squares this will be quilting this mas- near future. can be purchased from children from Jefferson ;and also from various met- town. Look for a brown box next to the Counter and place your the raffle, an Old Fash- Lunch Social will be on April 20. The [licker will be drawn at that your calendars! will be square dancing, |with a caller, an auctioneer box lunches. know what a Box is, check out the video This will get you in fun day!! County 4-H new members County 4-H, located C loverdale, meets on the of every month Church on N. Clo- year is almost over, but time to sign up. Some leaders are offering during the summer. kids" from" kktder- For you "kids at heart" becoming a leader and knowledge and experi- Selling Chickenque tickets for $4 each. come and r a day of fun. It's on at the Sonoma County from 11:30 a.m. to or shine. leaders in rabbits, sheep, photm with much more planned information, please call leader at 894.4742. , BJ. Loscutoff Cynthia Grant, Family Service Sec- retary. Mrs. Grant explains that Family Service collects and distributes used clothing, furniture and bedding and issues emergency vouchers for food, medicine and gasoline. However, this organization receives no gov- ernment funding and is solely sup- ported by community donations. Its ability to help is limited by the re- sources available. Often youngsters are found in need of shoes and jeans that cannot be provided through the used clothing donations. "It is seldom possible to find used shoes or jeans in good condition," she points out. She reports that as Family Service Secretary she is aware of the growing number of impoverished childen in Cloverdale schools; children living in condemned housing, in cars, on the banks of the river, children whose families are afflicted by alco- holism, drug use and violence. Their number increases as the economy weakens, she notes. Donations of clothing are tax de- ductible and may be left at the club- house Monday through Friday. Sizes 6-18 are needed. The Helping Hand Clothing Fund, although run under the auspices of the Boys and Girls Club, will be maintained as a separate account and will receive no funding from the Club or from Cloverdale Family Service. School Counselor Eric Neel and Club Director Susie Leach will work directly with children and families who need assistance. Mr. Neel will inform school prin- cipals, teachers and staff of the exis- tence of the Clothes Closet and fund so that they may refer youngsters in need of help to him, Mrs. Grant said. Boys and Girls Club personnel will also let the Director know if a child needs help. Members of the community who wish to make referrals may contact either the Director or Mr. Neel. Clothing is to he purchased in Cloverdale by a volunteer who will look for the best quality items at the lowest price. Shoes will be pur- chased at the Payless Shoe Source in Healdsburg until equally inexpen- sive shoes are available in town, the Sdcietary reports. Receipts will be saved to show purchases made. Donations to the fund would be greatly appreciated. Checks should be written to Helping Hand Fund, c/ o the Boys & Girls Club, P.O. Box 312, Cloverdale, Ca 95425. Donut- tions are tax deductible. "I am deeply grateful to the gener- ous and anonymous individuals who provided seed money for the Helping Hand Fund, and I hope that the community will contribute to and support it," Secretary Grant said. For futher information you may call her at 894-3420. POLICE LOG Monday, March 18 Barking dogs disturbing the peace on Clark SL Santa Rosa woman arrested on suspicion of drunk driving 1200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Items taken from unlocked ve- hicle on Marguerite Lane. Non injury traffic accident 400 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Chain saw and hammer taken from unlocked garage 500 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman reports her son was victim of assault and battery. Officer reports mutual combat between juveniles. Tan Siberian Husky missing from residence on Los Colinas. Tuesday, March 19 Computer, printer and misc. items taken from CHS Library. Wednesday, March 20 Domestic dispute on Vine Dr. Thursday, March 21 Attempted break-in at CHS. Door of N. hallway storage room damaged by kicking. Woman's white gold ring with several diamonds was reported missing mmewhere between Tar- man Dr. and Briarwood. Friday, March 22 Loud music disturbing the peace on Vista View. Domestic dispute 500 block N. Jefferson Kenneth Sullivan arrested on out- standing warrant. Texas woman arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving and willful cruelty to a child. Three month old infant was in vehicle at time of alTeSL Man arrested on suspicion of public drunkennes 600 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Wimess reports suspicious small white pick-up with juveniles parked near CHS shop. Saturday, March 23 Three male adults and one juve- nile arrested on suspicion of at- tempted burglary at City's Corp. Yard behind Clark St. Loud party disturbing the peace on Chablis. Chimney fire 30000 block River Rd. Woman reports ex-husband is at- tempting to gain entry to residence. Sunday, March 24 CIoverdale woman arrested on suspicion of drunken driving at E. 1st & Main. Man arrested on suspicion of as- sault and battery and for resisting arresL March 27. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Page 5 Sonoma County Lodging in the Heart of Premium Wine Country DRY CREEK INN.00 24 Hour Family Restaurant Spa Heated'Swimming Pool Q Gift Bottle of Wine Complimentary Continental Breakfast Meeting Room Free Satellite Color TV Wine Tasting Canoe Trips Lake Sonoma/Russian River Area 198 Dry Creek Road at U.S. 101, Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707)433-0300 in CA (800)222-KRUG nllllUUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll No easy answers to state's ! SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL Complete Disassembly, Clean & Tune - $39! monumental budget crisis : Rhonda's Husband's Gun Repair - General Repair * Hot Bluing * Scope Mounting the audience mat higher taxes were on the way and would far reaching in their impact. Among the items targeted for taxation are newspa- pers, periodicals, alcohol, snack foods and vehicle license plate fees. Accessories by Order Buy - Sell - Trade Member N.R.A., A.T.A GREG ADAMS P.I.T.A.C.R.P.A., 894-5418 By Appt. Only F.F.L (Licensed) liilllUlUinilililllllilllllllllllllll Assemblywoman Bey Hansen last Monday morning told a Cloverdale audience that the state's budget is already 4-1/2% higher than last year, and the deficit is in the neigh- borhood of $12 billion. Many in attendance were panicu- lary concerned about attempts to cut education funding to help bal- ance the budget. Washington School Science teacher Theresa Burke noted that the Governor has said he wants all school children "scientifically liter- ate" by the year 2000. "How are we to do this", she asked, "with 12-year old science textbooks, a $200 per year classroom budget and over 100 students?" Mrs. Hansen had no pat answers, but she did say that allocation of funds should be based on average daily attendance (ADA) rather than cost of living (COLA) because small districts, like Cloverdale, are being put at a disadvantage. With respect to suspending Prop. 98, she said "it's not the suspension, but the degree of suspension" that could be the problem. Noting that "cuts always seem to be made in programs that affect sen- iors, children and mental health", she concluded "there are no good fees and there are no good cuts". Assemblywoman Hansen assured The Corner Deli's... Take & Bake Pizza has discovered a NEW Deep Dish Pizza Crust Recipe Crisp and delicious with the finest topping ingredients money can buy Available in 3 different sizes! FREE 2 Liter PEPSI with each pizza purchased Offer expires 4/13/91 "We make 'em You take 'em And bake 'em" & Save $ $ $ 894-3342 3 Tarman Drive Cloverdale Directory i..,',ii,ouibltFatvl "- 105 IF,. l;l'r s'r]i]-l"  ,,Bring a Friend & A G/ft To you "_ ,) q'. ,. "d.aC=m'.,,,=-..no,,. r.: 894-5244   Let s Get Acquainted! .ec,,,eno.er.,,,..ec,=, 1./ r :Special '}':' From "f nls for Senier Travdel Travel Video Library ereeDellverySeroei&iDPimtos 2 HAIRCUTS . 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