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April 23, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 6 - Wednesday, April 23, 1980 Fire Lines This is the first of a series of reports regarding the Cloverdale Fire Department intended to share with the community information of general interest. At times it is not enough to know that the department is there when needed; frequently questions arise concerning sirens in the night, the nature of calls to which the fire department responds, the composition of &apos;the department, procedures ifor obtaining burn permits, and so on. These and other concerns will be addressed in coming issues of the Reveille. i If you have any questions or quandaries, puzzles or requests please address them to Bob Gaskie C-O Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Department, 116 Broad Street, Cloverdale 95425. I will try to find the answers and introduce them to you. So keep those cards and letters coming, folks. Here is a summary of the calls to which the depart- ment responded in March: 01--1355 hours--Smoke check at 480 S. Cloverdale Blvd. - 1 truck, 1 man. 01-1548 hours--Smoke Check at 400 N. Cloverdale Blvd - 1 truck, 1 man. 03-1311 hours--Vehicle fire al 123 S. Cloverdale Blvd - 1 truck, 2 men. 03-2138 hours--Medical aid at 219 N. Washington--I truck, 3 men. 06-2238 hours--Smoke check at 400 E. 1st - 1 truck, 1 man. 09-1430 hours--Smoke check at 200 N. Cloverdale Blvd. - 1 truck. 1 man. 09-1728 hours--Medical aid at 114 Mulberry - 1 truck. 5 men. t0--2115 hours--Brush fire at 422 Heaidsburg - I truck 5 inen. 11--1848 hours--Medical aid at 54 Sherwood - 1 truck, 1 n}an, 13--1858 hours---Smoke check al Mendo Co. line - 1 Iruck 1 man. 15-2334 hours-Structure fire al Kelly Rd. - 3 trucks, 18 men. 23-- 1900 hours--Smoke .... check at mill on Kelly Rd.-1 truck, l man. 24--1818 hours--Chimney ::: fire at 14:} Elm - 1 truck, 2 men 26--1300 hours--Smoke check at 170 Chablis - 1 truck 1 inan. %.i 26-1337 hours--Rescue at ::!' Geysers Rd. - l truck, 5 men. , :: 28--0351 hours--Medical aid at 307 N. Cloverdale Blvd. - 1 28-2053 hours-Rescue, Washdown at 28491 Redwood Hwy. S. - 2 lrucks. 12 men. 29-1929 hours--Medical aid at 405 N. Cloverdale Blvd. - 1 truck, 1 man. Stella Planck elected CFWC president At the recent California Federation of Women's Clubs convention in which two districts merged to become the new Vineyard District 2-3, Cloverdale's Mrs. Ralph Planck was elected to the presidency for a two year term. Her most recent responsibilities have been as President of Cloverdale Woman's Improvement Club and First Vice-President of Sonoma District. The new officers serving with Stella are Bea Halverson of Clear Lake Park, 1st Vice- President; Helene Minelli of Sonoma 2nd Vice-President; Dorothy Moore of Anderson Valley, Recording Secretary; Margo Hendrickson of Glen Ellen, Financial Secretary; Marie DuFay of St. Helena, Treasurer ; Dorothy Mackintosh of Glen Ellen, Corresponding Secretary, and Jo Morse of Clo,erdale, Parliamentarian. The new officers were installed at the Fairfield convention; Ihe installation ceremony was conducted by Elizabeth Woodyard, CFWC Legislation Chairman. .Judge .tim Jones congratulates Stella Planck at CIIS Band be,lefil. Photo h) .lanice. I.S.C. to celebrate 100th anniversary In 1981 Italian Swiss Colony Winery will be celebrating its 100 year anniversary. A new room is being planned for the momentous occasion where historical photographs and artifacts pertaining to the area will be displayed. Roger Bowlin, new Hospitality Supervisor, is asking people of the area, who might have historical photographs and artifacts, and would like to lend them to the winery or have the photographs copied by the winery to be displayed in its centennial celebration, to please contacl him at the winery. The kick-off of the celebration is planned for January 1981, and will con- tinue throughout the year to December, 1981. Mart Slater bid and bought this cake for $1(m at the cake auction at the ravioli feed Saturday night for the benefit of the Band trip to Vienna. lie is shown with Supervisor Nick Esposti, who, with his wife Gall, also attended tht benefit feed. Photo by Janice. Big pot at bingo The regular monthly bingo game sponsored by the William Russell Ledford Post 293 American Legion will be held tonight at 7:30 at the Cioverdale Veter'ans Memorial Building. Everyone is invited to play, games end at about 10:30 p.m. Cards are 10 cents each or 3 for 25 cents. The American Legion - Bingo is the richest game in ' town; the final game could be Picture Day worth $100 cash to the winner. All money collected is given as prizes except for 25 per- cent which is kepl by the Legion to pay fl)r the many youth programs offered Io the local students throughout Ihe year, including Boys Stale. Youlh Ihe Environmental Seminar and the popular Children's Christmas Parly. Bingo is always on the fourlh Wednesday of Ihe month Everyone is invited. Sunday, May 4, is picture day for Cloverdale Little League. Parents will be contacted by team mothers as to the time. Please try to be available as there will be no make-up day. Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks... $24 s0 For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 too. guarantee. Ask about Prices on rebuilt starters and alternators Gerde= Auto Wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-2186 i < ..... ::, L The i-II ('luh presented Steve ('onnoll.v a check for $1oo for the Band trip. Shotu in front ro, left to right are: Diane I{amo,. Mr. ('.. Tami Titus. president of the club, and Toni 4-H Happenings By DIANE RAMOS Club Reporter The Cloverdale 4-H April meeling was called to order al 7:38 p rn (,n Wednesday Ihe 16h By Vice-F'residenl T.m Drake AI least one meeling a yaar must be conducwed hy 1he v.p. and Ihis was T, mi's meeling Afler roll call and general business Notice of NondlKriminatory Policy as to Students The Cioverdale Christian Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs. LEGAL NOTICE- LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE III I Illl Illll NO. """ |).,D REPORT OF CONDITION Consolidating domestic subsidiaries of The First National Bank of Mendocino Count y of Ukiah m the stale of California,at thecloseof businesson March 31, 1980, published in response to call made by Comptroller of Ibe Currency, under title 12, United Slates Code, Section 161. Charter number 11282. National Bank Region Number Fourteen ASSETS Thousands )f dollars Cash and due from banks 1.803 U.S Treasury securities 1.697 Obligalions of olher U.S. Government agencies and corporations l.() Obligalions of Stales and political subdivisions in Ihe United Stales 2.398 All other securilies 3o Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell tin) Loans. Tolal (excluding unearned income} 20,067 Less: Allowance for possible loan losses 183 L)ans, Net 19.884 Lease financing receivables NONE Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets represent ing bank premises 734 Real eslate owned other than bank premises NONE All other assels 410 TOTAL ASSETS 28,(176 LIABILITIES De|nand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4.486 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 19,527 Deposils of Untied States Government 62 Deposils of States and political subdivisions in the United States 1.315 All other deposits 51 Certified and officers' checks 279 Tolai Deposits 25.720 Total demand deposits 5,192 Tolal lime and savings deposits 20,528 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase NONE Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed money NONE Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases NONE All other liabilities 248 TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debenl ures } 25,968 Subordinated notes and debentures 200 EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock No. shares outstanding NONE ...(parvalue} NONE Con}nlonstock No. shares authorized 25,000 No. shares outstanding 25,000 ...(par value} 500 Surplus 500 Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 908 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 1.908 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 28.076 MEMORANDA Amounts outstanding as of report dale: Standby letters of credit, total NONE Time certificates of deposit in denoninations of $100,000 or more 1,605 Olher lime deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more NONE Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date: Tol ai deposits 25,739 We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has been examined by us, and to the best of ou knowledge and belief is true and correct. John E. Keefe A. W. Foster Marge Boynton Directors I, D. H. Ruppert. President of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition.is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. ss-D. H. Ruppert April 16, 1980 Published 4-23-80 Toni inlroduced Miss Harriet Polmsky h, us. She is Ihe 4-H Ytmlh Advisor for Sonoma Counly and was here to take a survey of all 4-H members After ct}mplimenling our Club for so many members wearing their uniforms she also cumplimented Elhan .s - 'k' , ,<- u "2g iL , 3 @ f ? . f / t I)rake. Back ro: Stacey Caldell and Photo by .lose Esparza. Wilde on lhe rel}rl he gave al'ul (ur March 28 Skate Parl y. The survey she was here for was Io try and determine ways 1o make 4-H better. We wrole our age. why we joined 4-H. years in 4-H. why we stay in and whal we like and dislike aboul us to be swers- so answers were( w.utd kno' needed lhanked us we went on wit I! , Lunch Or Choose From Our Comple We're Open Every Day Closed Tuesday I the [ Redwood 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. $3.95 Thurs. - Beef Stroganoff Fri. - Sweet & Nndarin Sour Sat. - Lamb Wellington Sun. - Sesame Chicken Include SOUrGdCh Bread, Soup, & AT TNE NISTORJC 0EPOEr 1 8LOCK EAST OFTHE ClTRIS FAli