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/ :/ / / / Mystery solved! Reveille readers were asked if they knew why and "No Trespassing" sign was placed on the corner of 2rid & N. Blvd. It didn't appear that the sign referred to anything Even City Hall wasn't able to provide an answer. teems the mystery has been solved. Rollo Bandiera, who City Council back in 1968, called to report that the sign Put up while he was on the Council in an effort to keep climbing in the old orange tree next to it and knocking off of it. Rollo! There will be a lot of people who will sleep easier |the mystery has finally been solved! Farmers Market for 4th season in May on the weather, the Certified Farmers Mar- season some,, will be held at the ;Memorial Building park- Commercial and West every Sunday from I p.m. through the end are still underway pre-Thanksgiving November. growers re- a meeting and came improve the market Participating growers Cioverdale, Geyserville, Ukiah, Boonville and Calistoga. In May, crops that will 13e avail- able include lettuce, strawberries, mesclun salad mix, yellow potatoes, garlic, onions, peas, etc. Wurst tomatoes should be available in late June. Backyard gardeners and other part time farmers are always wel- come to sell their produce at the Farmers MarkeL Anyone is wel- come to sell their home grown fruits, vegetables, nuts, cut flowers or cut herbs. Either come on by the market or call Steve at 894-4623 or Dee at 894-2081 for more information. Opening date will be announced by flyers on Cloverdale store win- dows, as well as in the Reveille. Spring Special 0 OFF Full Set of Nails (Reg. $45 Offer expires 4130/91) RST STREET STUDIOS 109 East First St. 894-3575 Septic running slow? don't wanna flow? the man in the know he can make it go! ROYAL FLUSH CHP designates next week as "Designated Driver Week" "The last week in April could become the week that you save the lives of your friends." That's the message delivered by Captain Kidder, commander of the California Highway Patrol's Santa Rosa area office. "April 21 thru 27 is Designated Driver Week. We hope this special week will encourage people to stop and think about the conse- quences of drinking and driving all year long. The simple choice to be a designated driver can have a tre- mendous impact on the number of people killed and injured by drunk drivers," Captain Kidder said. Designated drivers are needed to ensure that only sober drivers get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. To promote the program, the CHP, in conjunction with the Sonoma County Responsibile Hos- ,pitality Coalition, has established a working relationship with local res- taurants and bars. Some businesses provide the designated driver in each group they serve with free nonalcoholic beverages through- out the evening. DUI drivers are a serious prob- lem on California highways. Last year, 2,382 people were killed in alcohol-involved collisions. Each year, between 325,000 and 350,000 people who think they can drive safely arc arrested for driving under the influence by law en- forcement agencies across the state. The CHP alone made 158,174 driv- ing under the influence arrests. Captain Kidder recommends, "If your favorite bar or restaurant is not participating, encourage them to sponsor a Designated Driver/Re- stmsible Hospitality Program by contacting the California Highway Patrol at 527-2175 and asking to speak to our Public Affairs OffkT.er Gene Sigert." Soroptimists & Clover Market among sponsors of bike tour Soroptimist of Cloverdale and Clover Market will be among the sponsors of the CloverdaledAlexan- der Valley Half Century Early Sea- son Warm-up on Saturday, April 27. The bicycle ride will take partici- pants south from the Citrus Fair- grounds through the beautiful wine counlry and Alexander Valley. The 50 mile course is mostly made up of rolling hills and flat terrain with a couple of challenging climbs. There will be two rest stops with drinks, fruit, trail mix, yogurt and cookies. The last leg of the ride will take cyclists back to Cloverdale City Park where lunch will be served All profits will go to charity. The cost is $15 per person (before April 19), $20 after April 19 or day of the race. Regislration will be from 8-9a.m. at the Citrus Fair. The event is also being spon- sored by Clover Stometta, Gowans Oak Tree, Calistoga Mineral Water and Timbercrest Farms. For more information, call 894- 5007. Air Quality Study to be topic of Planning Commission Cloverdale's Planning Commis- sion will convene at 7 p.m. tonight (Wednesday) to hear a presentation on the Air Quality Study by Don Lehrman representative of Techni- cal and Business Systems, consult- ants preparing the document for the City. The Commission meets in Council Chambers at City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Other agenda items will include: Consideration of a use permit and design approval for Clyde Greco for a 12 unit commercial/residential complex at 416 No. Cloverdale Blvd. Consideration of a tentative parcel map to divide a 15,000 sq. ft. parcel into two lots at Second Street and Foothill Blvd. A Negative Declaration and Ten- tative Map for Solitude Court Subdi- vision located on Heidi Lane. Design review of a proposed two- story elevator for the Sciaini Build- ing, 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Sign approval for the Chamber of Commerce and for Cloverdale Car- School To pass the four-hour exam, a person must have a grasp of basic skills at least equal to that of the average high school senior. A Certificate of Proficiency, equivalent by law to a high school diploma, is awarded by the State Board of Education to those who pass the CHSPE. Persons who are younger than 18 when they pass the exam, however, must have perental permission in order to leave school before regular gradu- ation. The exam, being given only once tl yca, is  to anyone 16 or older. It is not required that an indi- vidual be enrolled in school to take the CHSPE. The regiswation fee is April 17. 1991 CIoverdale Reveille Pae 3 Dancers pictured above are Mindi Sessions and Joe Hwang, Sari Parker and Gordie Briseno, and Erin Marbry and Chris Green. Take Note of "The Footnotes" Washington Middle School's Ballroom Dance Club, "The Footnotes", will be performing a selection of dances at Coddingtown for Public Schools Week. Their performance will be at 1 p.m., Friday, April 19th. The dance team has been learning ballroom dances throughout the year under the director of teacher, Mrs. Tonya Giusso. The group performs for schools, clubs and special events. Their specialities are the Waltz, Rhumba. Swing, Cha-Cha, Fox Trot and Merengue. Seniors Amy Sprague and Erick Sanchez were Project Graduation's lucky winners last Friday. Amy won a corsage and Erick a boutineer for the Prom, compliments of Sue's Wine County Flowers. Mystic Reflections theme of 1991 Prom Cloverdale High School's 1991 daiquiris will be available. By Prom, "Mystic Reflections", will purchasing a souvenir champagne den Apanments. take place Friday, April 19, at glass for $5, prom.goers will receive ............................................ * V411a C.inHeaidstmrg all their drinks free. Time to register for California from 9p.m. tODecorations la.m.will be in silver, byA variety ofmusic will beplayedan all-girl DJ group, complete white and royal blue. A "virgin with smoke, fog and bubble ma- High School Proficiency Exam b=- specializing in margaritas and chiaes. The California Dep--ent of $34. InfonnafionBullefins. whJch : e55|  PRIDEINWORKMANSHIP Education has announced that include sample questions, a list of persons wishing to take the next test sites, and an application form California High School Proficiency and mailing envelope, are available [ Examination (CHSPE) must register at all high schools. FLOORING & INTERIORS by mail no later than April 26, 1991. For more :reformation, contact the [ Tbe test itself will be beld May 11, Departments Program Evaluation 1st YEAR ANNIVERSAY SALE at about 35 sites throughout the and Research Division at (916) 322- I I state including at Santa Rosa High 5010. Phoenix Auto I Come in and register to win one ot 3 Area Rugs I I 5'x7', 4'x6'. or 6'x9' -YOUR CHOICEI I r- 1 I I =..o I I I i I I I A,k.,, ho._ I I I .o.,,,,...,,, Nce.d Not Be Pre,m to Win. DmwingAi130,1991 I I I L- ----JI I 555 N. Cioverdale Blvd. 894-9474 I I|ImmmmIIIlI|lImmmmmmI Co-ed Softball meeting planned An organizational and planning meeting for all interested Co-Ed Softball Managers will be held Tues., April 23 at 7 p.m. at City Park. C,i0b00h c asses begin locally May 1 Healdsburg General Hospital, begin wer Sfwppe Wed. night, May 1 at 7:30p.m. in Dr. John Spenst's oWw.e at the Cooper TowersThe sevenFamilYweekHealthcourseCenter'includes I] t PROM CoRsSE'; BOUTINEERS II BALLOON BOUQUETS feeding, parenting, eathing and relaxation techniques and films. Betty Jo Richards, R.N.,m with ten years experience as a childbirth edu- came, is the instructor. Childbirth classes m'e ongoing. The series following this one will begin in July. For enrollment information, call Dr. Snst's office, 894-4229. We now offer lY  / 240 N, Cloverdale Boulevard , Factory Trained Personnel Hours: Mon.- Fd 8:0- 5:00 ,%t. by Appt. S. East St. Complete Auto Body & Restoration Shop Paint & Glass Work, too! INSURANCE WORK WELCOME ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Heartworm Package Progtmn ' ' Discount Coupon 10 % OFF HEARTWORM TEST AND HEARTWORM PREVENTATIVE WHEN PURCHASING A ONE YEAR SUPPLY UP TO AN $ 8.00 VALUE (OFFER EXPIRES 4/30/91) PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY TO PROTECT YOUR PET AND SAVE $$$. 894-3951