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! Page 4 - Wednesday, Ny 21, 1980 American Legion Auxiliary By DENA GAMBETT, alternate, in the event the expect at Girls State Session, invited to witness this special One of the most outstanding Americanism programs and Children and Youth programs in the American Legion Auxiliary, William Russell Ledford Unit 293, is the Girls State program. Giving leadership to this program this year is Marie Hill. Girls State is a program whereby a Junior girl is chosen on her merits of academic, citizenship, loyalty, trustworthiness, etc. to go to Sacramento in June of each year for one week where she will learn all about government by actually doing. How to run for a local government office, a judgeship, for supervisor, for senate for assembly etc. What do you do first? 'is program m Known as learning by doing your government in action. Usually two girls are chosen; a delegate and an delegate cannot attend the alternate would take her place. These girls must all pass hysicals, etc., because it i a very strenuous week, and they must have a clean bill of health. The auxiliary pays $125 for her week's stay at Girls State, plus they pay for the District luncheon for the Girls starer, Elena Zagorites and her family, and Trude Hicks and her family, and Kelly Edgar and her family, plus Ruby Vadon, Theresa Tollin, president, and Claudia Reck attended the Fifth District luncheon for all the Grils Staters in this district which covers five counties. In this way the girls get to know each other before boarding a chartered bus to Sacramento and arriving not knowing anyone. A delicious luncheon is served, plus prior years Girls Starers are present to explain to the parents and girls what to and what to wear, chaperoning and other things of interest to the parents and the Girls Staters. Since Elena and Truda will be going to Vienna, both of them are in band, at the same time of Girls State session, Kelly Edgar will be the Grils Stater representing the unit and Cloverdale High School at the June session for Girls State. Poppy Cliairman, Claudia Reck had everything in readiness for the Poppy Days on May 16th and 17th with the help of Miss Western Poppy, Tammy Kaserman. We will relate more about this later. The Juniors are very busy every Thursday practicing and memorizing lines for the Senior officers installation on June llth. We are the only unit that has a Junior in- stallation team, and they do a fantastic job since the youngest Junior is in the first grade and the oldest is in the sixth grade. Everyone is event. On Friday, May 17th, the Drill and Ritual Team presented colors for the opening of the Ponytail baseball games. The auxiliary is privileged to do this, and always contribute to the Ponytail Girls' Baseball each year. Did you know that in a media survey it was found that in the course of a day 76 percent of all Americans read a newspaper; 72 percent watched TV; 66 percent use a car radio and 60 percent a home radio; 40 percent read magazines; 28 percent read a book; 17 percent play records, and 6 percent go to a movie? Elsie Karr, membership chairman, announces 40 paid up members to date. Thanks for saving all of that postage, time and effort. To all other members please send in your dues as soon as possible. Let's be number ONE again! City Clerk's Corner By BARBARA PEUGH City Clerk At the meeting of May 13th the City Council asked me ff I would insert into the column the reason the Noon whistle is not blowing every day at noon anymore. The Police Chief has reported that he was receiving many complaints about the noise decibels of the whistle, so it was decided to bow the whistle at oon only on Mondays. They use it on the Mondays to test the whistle to make sure it is functional. I thought of a brilliant pun regarding Whistling Dixie - but I best leave it out I guess. A note of interest of some of you people that have previously visited our Sister City, or have had the pleasure of entertaining some of their NO! NO.' THAT IS NOT A CHICKEN ! ...THAT'S AN EAGLE ! Shown above are three eager Legionnaires who are hawking the upcoming chicken barbecue. They think they have a chicken but it is one of the Cloverdale High School mascots. Dick Wooldridge is ready for the kill as Walter Karr people in our fair City - I Trade. Sisterhood duly passed by would like to share with you a W H E R E A S , b y city council this Resolution we have sent up to Proclamation of Mayor 13th day of May, 1980 by the By FRANK OLLENA Cloverdale B.C. with Mayor Ralph Poltrone, dated following roll call vote: Jack Domenichelli as our January I, 1970, the two cities - AYES: Domenichelli, Mooi'e, delegation visits in our Sister of Cloverdale, California and Congdon, Vandagriff, Now the story can be City. This resolution will be Cloverdale, B.C., formed a Scalese. NOES: None. told...the newly elected of- presented to the City of Sister-City Program and: ABSENT: None. ABSTAIN: ricers of William Russell Cloverdale, B.C. in a WHEREAS, this program None. Ledford Post 293, American presentation ceremony, has been stimulated by ex- Legion are: Jack Durham, along with a Scrapbook of changes of travel, ss-Jack Domenichelli, Commander; Bob Thompson, Memories, and the Aussie correspondence and en- Mayor; attested: Barbara First Vice Commander; Boomerang, which is a couragement of their Peugh, City Clerk. Maurice Watts, Second Vice reciprocal gift, exchanging respective Chamber of This resolution carries the Commander. Appointed hands across the bordereach Commerce and Bom'd of gold City Seal and will be officers are: Joseph F. year. The gifts will be ex- Trade, and: presented in a pale green Anello, Adjutant and Service changedSundaynite,5-18at a WHEREAS, there is a presentation cover. The Officer; Ann Odette, Finance large banquet. Here goes: strong community interest entire presentationshouldbe Officer; Charles Harper, Resolution No. 42-8@ and many similarities bet- something that all of us can Chaplain; Walter Karr Resolution of the City ween the two Sister Cities; be very proud of. It's really Sergeant at Arms and Darel Council of the City of NOW, THEREFORE, the nice that we can do Mack, Historian. Installation Cloverdale applauding the City of Cloverdale, in the something extra special nice of officers will be held on continued spirit of sister city State of California wishes to for the Canadians after what Wednesday June 11 beginning celebration through the ef- applaud the Spirit of the they did to rescue some of our at 7 p.m. Theodore Roosevelt forts of the Cloverdale Sister City Celebration and to people from Iranian soil. Post 21 of Santa Rosa will Chamber of Commerce and encourage further Thanks Canadians our perform the installation the Cloverdale Board of development of this spirit of friends across the border, ceremonies. Also to be Calendar of events Wed. May 21 Cloverdale 4-H at Jefferson School at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Grange at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Knights of Columbus at the Parish Hall at 8 p.m. Planning Commission at the City Hall at 8 p.m. Supervisor Esposti at Veterans Memorial from 10 a.m. to noon VFW Bingo at the Veterans Memorial at 7:30 p.m. Thurs. May 22 Italian Catholic FJeration Card Party at Parish Hall at 8 p,m. Business & Professional Women at the Bri'arwood Estates at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore at 7:30p.m Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's at noon Green Thumb Garden Club at Members home at 8 p:m. Aianon at St: Peters Church at 8 p.m. L Sat. May 24  Rotary Flea Market at Citrus Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ram Sale and Sheep Dog Trials at City Park all day Dance Concert for youths "The Fans" at the Veterans Memorial at 9 p.m. Sun. 4ay 25 Relief Society LDS Churcz at the LDS Church at 9 a.m. Mort. May 26 Square Dancers at Jefferson School at 7 p.m. Tues. May 27 Druids at Druids Hall at 8 p.m. Cloverdale Hospital Dist. at the Citrus Fair at 7:30 p.m. City Council at City Hall at 8 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Xi Delta Epsilon at Members Home at 8 p.m. Theta Zeta at Members Home at 8 p.m. Fine Arts Commission at The Studio at 7 p.m. Century Lions at the Grange Hall at 7 a.m. Prop. 9 opponents to stage rally Sonoma County opponents of Proposition 9 and 10 have announced the staging of a parade and rally on Satur- day, May 24, in Santa Rosa. Councilman Jack Healy Qf Santa Rosa will be one of the featured speakers against the Jarvis revenue-cutting initiative, Propos/tlon 9. The coalition against Proposition 10, mislabeled "Fair Rens" Initiative, will also present speakers, includ/ng Grey Panther activist, Eric Eastern Star Worthy Grand Matron to visit Cloverdale Earlynn Albright, Worthy Grand Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star, State of Calif., will make her official visit to the chapters of the Ninth District on Thursday evening, May 22, 1980 at the Masonic Temple at First and Mulberry Sts., Cloverdale. She will be accompanied by the the Worthy Grand Patron, Hershel Brown, and other Grand .Officers. Chapters of the Ninth District are: Clearlake Chapter at Lakeport, Lower Lake Chapter at Lower Lake, Mountain Star Chapter at Middletown, and Clover Leaf Chapter in Cloverdale. Deputy Grand Matron of the District is Glenda Gilliland of Lower Lake Chapter. Worthy Grand Matron Earlynn Albright is a member of Harbor Star Chapter at Newport Beach, Calif. She served Grand Chapter as Deputy Grand Matron in 1968, Grand Ruth in 1972, Grand Marshal in 1976, and was elected as Associate Grand Conductress in 1977. She has devoted many years to the International Order of Job's Daughters - serving as Bethel Guardian, Deputy Grand Guardian, Grand Junior Custodian, and as a member of the Grand Guardian Council, State of Calif. Her husband, Rex, is a member of Harbor Star Chapter. Worthy Grand Patron Hershel Brown is a member and Joe Anelio hang on. The barbecue, Park on Saturday, May 31, is open to person. All proceeds will go to the Eagle's Band fund. lncidently the Eagle catch...it got away. .-.a -ule" to be held on Saturday, May other merlcan ion 31. Jay Overbold, Area Vice throughout Commander of the Depart- county of Rio Vista Chapter at Rio Vista, Calif. He served as Worthy Patron three times. In Grand Chapter he served as Co-Chairman of Activities in 1977. Twice he has served as Master of his lodge, and also as District Inspector. He has given much service to the International Order of Rainbow for Girls as Rain- bow Dad and General Chairman for the 1972 and 1976 Grand Assemblies, and as a member of the Grand Executive Committee. His wife, Judy, is a Past Matron of Rio Vista Chapter. WeTip report On 5-5-80, approximately 0846 a.m., Ed's T.V., at 555 South Cloverdale Blvd., reported that his business was burglarized between 5-4- 80, 6 p.m. to 5-5-80, 8:30 a.m., by unknowns suspect(s). The suspect(s) took T.V.'s and various kinds of stereo equipment. The suspect(s) made entry by removing the padlock and staple possibly with a pry bar. If you have any information regarding this crime, please call Officer Rae of Cloverdale PD. at 707-8942150 or call WeTip at 800-472-7785. Notices home of Mrs. W.W. Good- man, 1719 Geysers Road, Geyserville." "The Geyserville Monday Afternoon Club will meet at 2 p.m., Monday, May 28, at the Door prize, refreshments, and prizes for the high and lows of each game will be awarded. Donation is $I. Regular Monthly card Party sponsored by the Grange will be held Saturday, May 24, at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. 1 II I I Talent Productions presents A NIGHT OF ROCK presented is a surprise en- tertainment known only to Commander Anello and the participants. Tickets for the chicken barbeque are now in the hands of the active Legion members, so if anyone wants to purchase tickets to the May 31 barbeque ask a Legionnaire, or call 894-5107. If enough members show interest you may be hearing songs by the "Legionnaires". During the last meeting Comrade Ray Gobielle suggested that a Coral group be formed in order that it might entertain veterans in hospitals. According to Ray, it might be possible to have members of the Legion and the Auxilliary singing, with still another possibility that Henrietta Ruppert be the accompanist on the piano. Any member who may be interested in singing under the direction of a first class director should attend the next Legion meeting for additional details. A new member was ac- cepted during the last meeting. Ann Odette was certified as having served in the Army during World War II and will be a welcome addition to the organization. Comrade Charles Harper reported that Congressman Don Clausen has been invited to speak during the Memorial Day Services to be hel d at the newly cleaned cemetery and also during the B.B.Q. and band concert in the park beth One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS - NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVII -ravel Service 6920 COMMERCE BLVD ROHNERT PARK 1795-6902] TERRY HAEHL Mdn,IQt_.r ment of California American attend. Legion, also has been invited. All He called Commander Anello CloverdaleJ last Thursday notifying him attend that he may not be able to in make it, but is trying to veterans rearrange his committments in order to be in Cloverdale Cit with Post 293 during the what services and B.B.Q. Many famous Special Buy... Lunch Or Choose From Our We're Open Every Day Closed the Redwood 504 N. Cioverdale OPEN FOR Tues.- Fri., 11:30- 1:30 Community Set-reef with SOUp, salad, Wed. - Lasagne Thurs. - Mousaaka .49s Specials Fri - Crab Newburg Sat. - Shishkabob Sun. - Chicken IncluOes Sourdough Brel. SOup or S OIJd THE NISTORJC 1 BLOCK EAST OFTHE ClTRIS Tickets Mendocino Avenue to Julliard Park, where the rally will begin at 1 p.m. Groups and individuals are also invited to join the parade at Old Courthouse Square. with The rally at Julliard Park will feature entertainment as well as a variety of speakers on the two memmru which will appear on the June 3 ballot. Literature on Propositions 9 and 10 and other current issues will also Hass. . be available. For more =tio.._, Oout ih tl a.m. and proceed down Services at fl-ll. May 24 Cloverdale Veterans Memorial 9 p.m.