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Page 6 CIoverdalo Reveille April 24. 1991 Cloverdale 's Newest Citizen Matthew Anthony Penman Matthew Anthony Penman was born February 3 to Robert and Susan Penman of So. San Francisco. He is the grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Maria Penman of So. San Francisco and Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Grist of Cloverdale. Matthew was baptized at St. Veronica's Church in So. San Francisco, and his Godparents are Danny Maria Penman of So. San Francisco and Connie Laura Grist of Cloverdale. Gregory Jordan Antunano Gregory Jordan Antunano was aborn March 2 to Gary and Judy Antunano of So. San Francisco. He weighed 7 lbs., 7 oz., and was welcomed home by his big brothers Gary, Jr., 3-1/2, and Chad Michael, 2. His gradparents are Melvin and Normajean Grist of Cloverdale and Virginia Antunano of So. San Fran- cisco. Regional government could be answer to Bay Area's problems /ffordabie housing, growth man- agement, transportation and air pol- lution are problems that affect the entire Bay Area. Do local govern- ments have the ability to effectively tackle these monumental issues or is a regional government necessary? The Sonoma County Future Se- ries, sponsored by Santa Ros Junior College's Arts & Lectures Committee and the League of Women Voters, will address this issue in "Do We Want Regional Government?", a panel discussion April 243, at noon in SRJC's New- man Auditorium. Admission is free. Covered in the discussion will be the controversial Bay Vision 2020 report which would create such a regional govemmenL Opponents of the plan have expressed con- cerflover how much local control would be sacrifieed as well as how Sonoma and Matin counties would work together to solve mutual prob- lems. Panel members include: Armando Flares, member of Bay Vision 2020 Commission and superintendent of the Bellevue Union School district; Warren Hopkins, President of the Association of Bay Area Govern- ments and councilman for Rohnert Park; Gary Giacomini, Matin County supervisor; and Helen Rudee, former Sonoma County Supervisor. SRJC instructor Steve Rabinowitsh will moderate the event. For more information, contact SRJC's Community Education Of- fice at 527-4371. Polly II IIIIIIIlll II While Supplies Last , QUANTITIES LIMITED DO IT WITH f,t"// Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4401 II I American Legion Auxiliary Dena G a"tnbetta On Tuesday, April 23rd, William Russell Ledford Unit #293, Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary members, went to Washington School to pres- ent the awards for the Americanism Essay Contest. In Group I - Grades 4, 5 & 6 - the winners were: 1st, Christine Delsid, 2nd, Sarah Swango, 3rd, (tied) Meondi Sessions & Rim Contreras, 4th, Irene Tortes and 5th, Pierrette Robertson. In Group II - Grades 7, 8 & 9 - the winners were 1st, Jack Gilliam, 2nd (tied) Dan Imbach & Anna Good- win, 3rd, Brian Luciani, 4th, Blayne Tarred, and 5th, Michclle Jojola. The other fifty-six entrants all received a one dollar bill for their participation, while the first place winner received higher monetary awards in each group. The two first place winning essays were sent to District for further judging, and in June, we will know ifeitheroneofthese students won. Special thanks goes to the teach- ers: Mrs. Smith, Ms. Jones, Mrs. Giusso and Mr. Giusso. Next week, we'll tell you who the Poppy Poster Winners are. Why is America Special? By Christine Delsid, 5th Grade, Washington School America is special to me because we are helping each other out and not just sitting there and letting people be unhappy. We try to help the homeless and given them blankets, clothes and money. We are picking up the trash, planting trees and caring for the ozone layer. America has lots and lots of special things that mean a lot to America, such as the Pledge of Allegiance, the Statue of Liberty and freedom. Those are very im- portant things to have. I am proud that America has them. I am very glad that I live in Amer- ica. We are a strong country and very powerful. I am very proud of the United States Army. I want to grow up and know that America is a good and free country. The United States of America is a beautiful country. We have trees, special mountains. America has fifty states. I like hav- ing fifty states. America has invented a lot of things that are helpful to the whole world. America has lots of different cultures. We have Spanish, Chinese, Japanese and a lot more. That is very special to have more than one culture. The United States of America has different climates, hot, cold, me- dium. If you wanted a hot climate, it is in America! If you wanted acold climate, America has it! I love America for what it is. I am very proud of America. America My Home By Jack Gilliam, 8th Grader, Washington School I am very happy to be an American because our Constitution says we are free. Freedom to me is whatever we want to do. You can go to school and learn and get a good education. You can get whatever kind of job you want. You can live a good life. As life goes on, you will eventu- ally get married and buy a house with your own land, not the govern- ment's. After you turn 18 years old. you can vote for who you want to run our country, America. Our president will let you grow and keep all your food, instead of giving half to the government. If you want to go somewhere, you can go in peace. You don't have to watch out for all the police and army men to disturb you for nothing. America lets you be free and enjoy life. You can worship what- ever religion or God you want. And that's why America is my home. (47) THE BIBLE SAYS... of the Fate of the Wicked For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble; and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the Lord of hosts, that is shall leave then neither root nor branch... And ye shall tread down the wicked; for they shall be ashes under the soles of your feet...Malachi 4:1-5 I wilL.bring forth a fire from the midst of thee (Satan), it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth...and never shall thou be any more. Ezekiel 28:17-19 But the wicked shall perish, and the enemies of the Lord shall be as the fat of lambs; they shall consume; into smoke shall they consume away. Psalm 37:20 For the Lord knoweth the way of the righeous; but the way of the ungodly shall perish. Psalm 1:6 H.O. Collier HI Paid Announcement I Every Sunday, millions of Americans confuse greener lawns with greener pastures. This Sunday, come join the Episcopal Church in the love, fellowship and worship of Jesus Christ. You may be surprised to rind the grass is actually greener on our side of the fence. ill Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Episcopal Church of The Good Shepherd 122 N Main St. - Cloverdale I In Memoriam Edward Cecil P, well Memorial services were held Tuesday afternoon in Santa Edward Cecil Powell, 53, who passed away April 19th at Convalescent Hospital. He is survived by his wife Mary Ellen of Cloverdale his Cindy Powell of Ukiah, Cheryl Ann Fraser of Portland, Edward Powell of San Jose, and his mother Leanora Powell of SantJ as well as 7 brothers, 7 sisters and 1 grandchild. Town Hall Meeting to fq :us on educat=on and status of Prop. State Senator Mike Thompson will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting in Satna Rosa next month to discuss the state of our educational system. The focus of the public forum will be on the current budget crisis, its impact on education and the status of Proposition 98. Featured guests will be Superin- tendent of Public Schools Bill Honig and Chair of the Senate Education Committee Gary Hart. The meeting will be held on Friday evening, May 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Santa Rosa High School Audito- rium, 1235 Mendocino Ave. public is encouraged to participate in the discussion.. I Senator Thompson said he ts ing the meeting "to foster change of ideas between makers and those on the of this crisis." "It's important to hear fro 1 parents, teachers, business leaders and said. "Budget policies the next few months well determine this state's tional future into the FREE BONSAI CLASS Sunday, April 28 10 a.m. at the Cloverdale Seventh-day Adventist Church ,1085 S. Cloverdale To register Call 894-3683 Hardware AS AclvenFseci YOUR CHOICE a Shovel or Shovel with forward turned 47" long handle Rake with and 54" handle. Both feature cushioned grip 32 Gal. Trash Can with Wheels Top quality can features Jacking lid and handles with wheels for portobdity. Designed for years of use 73240 ACE TRADING CO. 4 Cubic Foot Wheelbarrow Rolled edge seamless tro) enamel baked finish, 59" handles and pneumatic tire rim. 75793 32 Oz. W/Trigger Protectant Beautifies vinyl, leather, plastic and rubber Protects against drying and fading effects from sun and other elements, a t aO4 Sciaini's Hardware 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 Man-Sat 8:00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00