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and developers on school site . school mitigation hammering out the initial school has been reached be- agreement, including a study by Cloverdale Unified ...... (CUSD) and the a Santa .Rsa nrm ma, among. e proposed new other things, developed a tzme e form r Cloy er line for the proposed bond elec- project south of tiOnDevelopmenttO fund the feesneW toschl'be paid' : .....  ii. !a previous mitigation by the Del Webb Corp. will be the Cloverdale Land $1.08 per square foot for each agreed to a school residential unit rather than the property as well as proposed family homes to be don. a seven acre property (the former South Clover- and had intended to new school there once proposed sub- district was prepared to bond election to new school because he devel- the $2.90 per square fee charged, money would have to construct a new change in make up of to an age-re- Webb community, great- In fact, enrollment Cloverdale have actu- either decreasing or ready. the new agreement the Cloverdale Del Webb, and no school site Sold or otherwise trans- the developers to the will also pay the dis- for reimbursement r the district in prize in Bad Show it thick Bart th parts on think he may have ql on the Original Stage canbe gents that is. Although he doesn't announce his in advance, he will be the best dressed la- gents with the most $i00 to the the Plaza stage fol- in his fashion show for 3 pm. Judging will be keme, originality, and the era. suggests for those costumes to visit Rags and for those with L ideas and or costumes or else it won't To register for the bow call the Chamber at senior May 14, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 focuses on y to Life s end bop presentation enti- rney to Life's End: A Guide', is t for Tues- 27 from 12:30-2 pm at le Senior Center. bop by Susan Keller, Journey project co- ill teach participants and pursue the jour- nner consistent with values, wishes and are limited to 20 session. Additional aybe added. The event by Community Appropriate Tech- County Corn- Pacific for Medical Care, Bioethics Net- Se, rvices information and to for the workshop, tt 894-4826. is always he L Variety of interests to can turn his mind. usual $2.90 per square foot for single family residential units. The reduction in development fees is standard for age-restrict- ed communities since theoreti- cally, residents will not have school age children impacting local facilities. Del Webb has agreed to pay the school district over $400,000 in upfront development fees at close of escrow on the first 170 American Legion Auxiliary members from the Rfth District were welcomed by William Russell Leo'ford Unit #293 at the annual Girls State Luncheon held here May 4. Those taking part In the program are shown from left, front row: Betty Smith, Norma Jean Nlebur, Rffh District 1st Vice-Pre,,..Ident; Jeanne Kosa, District Marshal; Peggy Grabsid, Lead Nurse Girls State 1997; Heidi Yanglin,1996Cloverdale Girls State delegate. Back row, Grace Waiters, Hostess, Nancy Guevara, Fifth District Girls State Chairman, and Lou Thompson, Fifth District President. P-47 Thunderbolts on display at Air Museum Girls State delegates , hosted here 2he Girls State Luncheon for the Fifth District of the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary took place in Cloverdale this year hosted by William Russell Ledford Unit #295. Lou Thompson, past president of Unit 295, is Fifth District Pres- ident this year. Girls State Del- egate from Cloverdale is Marit- za Galdos. Delegates to Girls State were introduced and District officers explained the various aspects of Girls State for the 170 delegates, alternates, family and Auxiliary members in attendance. President Thompson notes that of all the districts in Califor- nia, the FiRh sends the most delegates (39 this year) to Girls State which will be held at Pitzer College in Claremont from June 15-21. lots that will be known as Phase I of the Del Webb Project. All in all, with total build-out the development fees from the Del Webb project will total over $1 million. "It is going to work out very nicely for the district," comment- ed retiring superintendent Don Sato, "Del Webb has been very air.  If by any chance the develop- ment reverts to standard single family units, Del Webb will be obliged to pay the district the $2.90 per square foot fees for both new development, and any homes that are converted to sin- gle family. The development fee money will go into a special reserve fund for capital investment that could possibly be used for a new school in the future or for porta- ble classrooms. It will be up to the board of trustees to set up the fund and designate what the money will be used for. Two rare Republic P-47 Thun- derbolts will be on public display May 24 and 25 of the memorial weekend at the Pacific Coast Air Museum. The display of these WWII fighter aircraft is a key feature of the P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association 35th annual reunion being held in San Francisco and Santa Rosa, C& The Pacific Coast Air Museum (PCAM) will host the P-47 Thun- derbolt Pilots Association on a day trip during their reunion, headquartered at the San Fran- cisco Airport Marriott. The PCAM is a non-profit or- ganization dedicated to the ac- quisition, restoration, display and safe operation of historic aircraft. The P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association is made up over 2100 pilots world wide who flew the aircraft in military ser- vice. Many WWII aces--those with more than five combat vic- Marge Gray, local artist, will show a group of watercolors at Chlcego Title located st 210 N. Clover(tale Boulevard, as a member of WASCO (Watercolor Society of the Cultural Arts Council). Thht group of f A HERS" Day of the Teacher May 14, 1997 "In a completely rational society, the best of us would aspire to be teachers, and the rest of' us would have to settle for something less, because passing civilization along from i. one generation to the next ought to be AI t the highest honor and the highest responsibility anyone could have."l r From the 954 Members of Dlvlsmn---- #39, Sonoma County, California Retired Teachers Association tories--will attend the reunion and the public display of the P- 47s. The Republic P-47 Thunder- bolt was a versatile aircraft, first flown on May 6th 1941. The P-47 was among the first long range fighter escorts to American bombers during air raids against Germany beglnningin July 1943. The Thunderbolt was also adept at close air support "straf- ing" enemy ground targets. Fea- turing a Pratt-Whitney R-2800 engine and eight .50 inch ma- chine guns, the P-47 was the largest and among the most pow- erful fighters of World War II. Late models of the P7 were capable of speeds of 467 mph at 32,500 feet. During the war, 15,683 P-47s were built between the Republic and Curtis-Wright companies in three different fa- cilities. Today, there are only ten Thunderbolts in flying condition. The public display of two P-47s, immaculately restored by Klaers Aviation in Rialto, CA, will be a fine opportunity for young and old to see these rare and historic aircraft up close. The public can view the P-47s for a donation of $3 per person, with kids under 12 free. The PCAM will hold three public dis- plays: two on Saturday, May 24th and be on Sunday, May 25th. The first Saturday display will from 9:30 am to I pm. From I pm to 3 pm, the P-47 Thunderbolt Pilot Association will have ex- clusive access to the aircraft. The public display will recommence at approximately 3 pm until 6 pro. On Sunday public display hours will be 9:30 am to approx- imately I pm. The Pacific Coast Air Museum is located at the Santa Rosa Air- port, five miles north of Santa Rosa. Take Highway 101 to the Airport Boulevard exit and fol- low the signs to the display area. There will be plenty of free park- ing. For more information, contact the PCAM at (707)575-7900. Delegates are immersed in the various aspects of local, county, and state government, from po- litical parties, run for office and conduct official business. It is a great learning experi- ence for them, Thompson said. Italian Catholic Federation Spring Card Party May 21 The Italian Catholic Federa- tion Branch No. 75 of Cloverdale wishes to invite all to its annual Spring Card Party set for Wednesday, May 21st, held in St. Peter's Parish Hall at 11:30 am. To avoid disappointment in playing cards, everyone is urged to make up their own foursome. You do not have to play cards to come and enjoy the luncheon. Chairlady Mary Lynch and her able committee has a scrump- tious luncheon planned for ev- eryone's enjoyment. A man is not hurt so much by what happens, as by his opinion of what happens. Michel de Montaigne 71st Annual Cloverdale Ram Sale Cloverdale City Park, Cloverdale, CA Saturday, May 17,1997 Selling 200 Head of Top Quality Rams & Ewes CaWoa#a's top breeder will com# some outstmcling yearling rams, ram Iml md ewes to this sale. SPECIAL ATTRACTION: White face yearling ewes will also be sold in pens of three, five, or ten head. FOR INFO: Tom Crane, Sales Manager, 5970 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707)795-3246 I SATURDAY, MAY 17 11 AM tO 7 PM CLOVERDALE CHEVRON FEATURING !: I ) FRee /'.t "*' / Live Mariachi Band I FREE DRAWlN=S FOR. .o g Moontain,Blke Movie Ticketss ,, FREE A'S & Giants TIckets liB@ Grill lt m am llm mm mm i mml lm lm I mm mm mm mm[lm mm ll lm mm I l  I I l i I l a % : || t: - a..-.r--t-.,---. -  ------ Aztec Grill at the Chevrons in two locations, 116S S. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-8610 And 9120 Old Redwd. Hwy, Windsor 8384951