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Page 12 - Wednesday, May 14, 1980 Political News Medical Practice Act passes Senate The Medical Practice Act would become easier to understand under a bill by State Senator Barry Keene which passed the Senate unanimously today. "The Medical Practice Act revised since 1937. At that time many of its sections were carried over from the Medical Practice Act of 1913. "As a result of subsequent legislation, the act has become a confusng jumble of %has more impact on the statutes, which is extremely medical profession than any difficult to comprehend. . other law. It sets the stan- Experts who work with the (lard for how patients may be treated by physicians, aeupuncturists, podiatrists, - psychologists and other allied lealth professionals," said Keene (D-Mendocino). *" The law was last totally law on a daily basis have no difficulty understanding it, but the general public has a very hard time attempting to grasp it," Keene said. SB 1558 now moves to the ssembly for consideration. Polenta feed for Judge r. Jones May 16th The Committee to Re-Elect -Judge James E. Jones, Jr. announces a Polenta Feed in *" his honor at the Druids Hall, ,10!1 College Avenue, Santa i, Rosa, Ca. on May 16th at 7 p.m. No host cocktails- music. Donation is $8.50. Tickets are available at Judge Jones' Campaign Headquarters, 920 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa, Ca. Telephone 925-9355. , ".. ,I'" _It f i 'N Thing By Nobody in Particular , LIFE " I don't need a life of my own for I am a life! AND LININGS Will Johnson (Atty. Healdsburg) It is true every cloud must ., have a silver lining and I hear yours is shining bright through the wings of an Angel! % " AND FRIENDS  Only me and God knows what I do, but I know what you do and have done for others and you .are deeply appreciated, Herb and Helen Nunn. Much thanks! MEMO , Remind me to "think" about coffee this week. What has pn[red or what is happening to...coffee? I used to find ee g unds in the bottom of my cup, now I find...syrup and it leaves a bitter taste. Is it me, or the coffee? The real problem is, "What ever happened to coffee grounds?" EXAMINER  John Todd, feature writer for the Examiner, did a nice story on the C.H.S. Band. I think it was in the Sonoma Marin edition on April 30th which was a Wednesday, but it apparently did not reach this area. Mr. Todd, who did the story, was kind enough to send a copy to Reveille Editor Janice Corey. It was through Janice that the story reached the Examiner. We appreciated the coverage. (We are going to need all the help  we can get !) A week or so later a letter came to Box 311 and we were all surprised and delighted to find a $2S0 check from the Examiner. We deeply appreciated the bonus! We do appreciate the Examiner for considering the importance and :the honor that the C.H.S. Band will bring to this community and to the state of California. WITHOUT SOLICITING Without soliciting...without request...five other High Schools have made contributions to the C.H.S. Band! It,s a -great tribute to Mr. "C" and the Band. The schools Con' tributing are: Geyserville, Ukiah, Analy, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol. With the known conflict and competition among many of the schools today it is refreshing and hopeful to hear the good side for a change. Congratulations all you young "people and dedicated teachers who care enough to set a good t example and also lead the way to a better way ! CALENDAR OF EVENTS ,,, C.H.S. BAND % % May 14, 1980 This Wednesday a "free" sound motion picture about the International Youth and Music Festival. Girl's Gym 7:30 p.m. May 16-17-18 'Big three day Square Dance weekend. Citrus Fir Grounds Rich Pelligrini, Chrm. May 17, 1980 Card Party Luncheon. Veterans Building 12:30 p.m. Sand- wiches dessert and coffee. Phone Terri Paine or Muriel Lumry for advance reservations. Door prizes and...the drawing for the fabulous Vienna Quilt. Open to the public. May 17, 1980 Mexican Feed. $5. Saturday night at Washington School.  Serving 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. May 18, 1980  Miracle of Vienna Pancake Breakfast sponsored by the Lion's i Club. 7 a.m. to noon. Citrus Fair Pavillion. May 19, 1980 Women's Improvement Club: Card Party, Monday at the  Masonic Temple. Phone ,-320 for more information. May 24, 1950 A Flea Market sponsored by the Rotary Club to be held at the Citrtm Fair Building from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Interested "ven- dors" please phone Ruth Oeding, 894-3495. May 31, 1980 Veteran''Barvecue: Benefit for the Band! " June 15, 1980 Papa John's: Ben Voyage. June 28, 1980 Cioverdale Bakery: Free Continental Breakfast for all Band Lmembers on Saturday morning. GOP leader to speak in Sebastapol John J. Rhodes, GaP leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, will speak at a reception and dinner for Congressman Don Clausen at 4 p.m. on May 18 at the Sebastopol Veterans Building. The reception and dinner is being sponsored by a Farmers and Ranchers Committee for the re-election of Congressman Don Clausen. In 1952, Rhodes became the first Republican ever elected to Congress from the State of Arizona. He now is serving his 14th consecutive term. Rhodes is the author of "The Futile System", a book about how the legislative process has suffered from nearly 40 straight years of one-party rule. "'The most critical book on the Congress that has ap- peared in a very long time," is how James Reston of the New York Tomes described it. Rhodes has served as the House Minority leader since 1973. His one remaining ambition in life is to become Speaker of the House, the realization of which will require the election of a Republican majority. "My mother didn't raise me to be a Minority Leader," he has stated. "She has raised me to be a Speaker" The donation for the reception and dinner is $10 For tickets call Jill Martin, 707-763-8874 or Bruc Holt at 707-542-3332. Bill would return budget surplus to taxpayers The state government's budget surplus would be returned automatically to the taxpayers every year under a major bill by State Senator Barry Keene, which passed a key committee test. "Once again, just like before passage of Prop. 13, the surplus could grow to a size beyond that predicted by all those economists forecasting recession. It appears to be about $2.6 billion," said Keene (D- Mendocino). A reserve of 3 percent this year would equal about $600 million, Keene reported. So the suplus which would be deducted from income tax liability vould be about $2 billion "If this bill had been in effect this year, every in- come4axpayer would be able to cut his or her taxes by about 28 percent, a break similar to that taxpayers would receive Proposition 9," reported. Morris Mawson to meet with business leaders The law firm of Doty & statement: "Dispensing fair, Renkow is inviting Rohnert unbiased and exact justice is Park and Cotati businesses not a simple task. It is our and their staffs to meet law firm'ssincerebeliefthat Morris Mawson, candidate such a job is difficult and only for Municipal Court Judge, a few people are really Dept. 3, on Thursday, May qualified to handle that job. 8th, 5 to 7 p.m., at their la We feel Morris Mawson is offices, 331 E. Cotati Ave., such a person. By meeting Cotati. him we feel you will gain an insight into a man who is In extending the invitation truly dedicated and the firm issued the following qualified." I II under Judgf00__Dfly: Keene "The excess money comes from over-taxation, .however unintended, and it ought to be returned to the taxpayers automatically, annually, without the need for any further action by the Legislature," Keene said. Under Keene's simple, two- page bill, income-taxpayers would be allowed to deduct a percentage of their raceme tax liability yearly The percentage for this automatic tax credit would be the percentage of the surplus above a prudent reserve of 3 percent. "If anybody is to believe the experts this time when they say Jarvis II is un- necessary and dangerous, we must be absolutely sure that the law will prevent future buildups of unintended budget, surpluses at the taxpayers' expense," Keene said. "That's why this bill is described as "The State Government Credibility Act of 1980"." he added SB 1920 passed the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee by a vote of 5 to 0. Antolini he at reception Gary Antolini, Assistant public is District Attorney and can- streets or live didate for Municipal Court without Judge, Office 3, was recently and lawful honored at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. David Del California Monte, at their Santa Rosa people want home. form of fu' Gary said, "One of my tencing, not opponents, Mr. Albert FUzzo, by a well in the Tuesday, February 19, who can 1980 of the "[,as Angeles and Daily Journal" said, "The through a law and order craze peaked effort to in our county" during the 1976 election" Well, Mr. Rizzo, you are A I wrong, and just how wrong you must have realized when, r in your second expensive, newly changed and printed en brochure, you suddenly emphasized Law and Order! This is to I can only wonder which the printing represents the real Sonoma philosophy of my opponent? 2, of Having represented the has voted to people of Sonoma County Antolini's while I have been in the Mtmici District Attorney's Office for No. 3. over twelve years, I am Best wisb positive that as long as the for the "Integrity major campaign issue" Integrity is becoming one of the major issues in his campaign for Municipal Court Judge, members of the Irate Taxpayers were told Monday by Judge Richard Day. "The administration of justice depends on integrity," Judge Day said, "and I am proud to run on my record." "I refuse to make false claims about my background, or to pretend that a municipal court judge has jurisdiction over the sentencing of felons. I will not slander local judges or make wild charges against attorneys in Sonoma County. 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