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Page 12 - Wednesday, May 21, 1980 Citrus Squares By WES CROSS Square dance classes continue for beginners, each Monday night at the Jef- ferson School. Beginners classes are from 7:00 to 8:30 and the "club dancers" continues from 8:30 to 10:00. Sqquare dancing is a rapidly expanding, leisure time activity that now numbers millions of dancers. throughout the world. Where ever one goes the square dance calls are in "English" so you can dance with Japanese or Germans, Swiss or Italian, as some of our world traveling square dance friends can attest. Your entry into square dancing will lead to many hours of pleasureable contact with other dancers who, like yourself, are interested in having a good time. You should not feel ap- prehensive about joining a square dance class because other learners who will start with you are just as inex- perienced. You will all soon learn to function smoothly as dancers, and you will have a lot of fun doing it. Small explanatory books are provided to each dancer covering the calls that are to be learned for a given level. Explanations and diagrams are clear and precise. A dancer learns by doing, but the books can provide the extra information to clear up any problems encountered along the way. As you go through your initial class, you will be able to acquaint yourself with the dance format, etiquette, and dance steps before class and to refresh your memory afterward. This is a new straightforward method of learning the dance routines. Your entry . into square dancing will provide many hours of pleasant and satisfying entertainment with large numbers of pleasant and satisfying people. Warm responsive friendships are formed among square dancers. You will experience this first in your class and later when you become a regular member of a dance group. As this is written the Cloverdale May Festival, held May 16, 17, 18 is past history. The article next week will cover this activity. Proceeds from the Festival and the Mexican dinner and the breakfast all went to ,the Cloverdale High School Band Vienna Trip Fund. Parker.Tremblay plan late summer wedding Fredericka A. Trembiay and Michael L. Parker have recently announced their engagement. The couple are planning a late summer garden wedding. Daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred P. (Annabelle) Tremblay, Port Ludlow, Washington. the bride-elect was graduated from Pt. Arena Joint Union High School in 1975 and Empire Business College in Santa Rosa in 1976. She is a corn- mercial loan processor for the Bank of Sonoma County. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Parker of Cloverdale. the future bridegroom is an alumnus of Cloverdale High School class of '72 and the University of California at Berkeley, where he earned his bachelor of arts degree in economics in 1976. He is service manager for the Mortgage Service Center of the Bank of Sonoma County, where he is serving manager. Katherine Claw promoted to vice-president Donald H. Ruppert, President of The First National Bank of Mendocino County announced the promotion of Katherine Claw to Vice President. Mrs. Claw joined The First National Bank in 196'7 and in October of that year was appointed Branch Manager of the bank's first branch office in Booneville. A local resident for 33 years, Katherine Clow has an extensive background in civic and professional organizations. She has been both president and treasurer of the Anderson Valley Scholarship Program. Chamber of Commerce and is Katherine and her husband a director for both the are the parents of two Chamber of Commerce and teenage children and of one the Anderson Valley 4-H married son, and are the Club. Mrs. Clow has also grandparents of three. '-Her served three years on the husband owns and operates California Bankers Jack's Valley Supply, Inc. Association Business and m Philo. --- Cloverdale Art Commission News All members who are in- Rotary Club Flea market on terestl in showing their art May 24th. Anyone wishing work at the June 1st show can to contribute sellable white contact Lillian Berg at 894- elephant items may do so by 5397. calling Ruth Huddle at 894- The yearly dues are $7.50, 2565. Proceeds will go toward the rent of the studio on Main Street. The' Art Commission welcomes anyone interested in the organization. Further inormation can be obtained at the June let Show. and those who still haven't paid your 1980 dues may do so by mailing the $7.50 to Cloverdale Art Commission P.O. Box 223. The Art Commission will be having another booth at the Bridge Winners The duplicate club bridge players had the following winners at their May 15th meeting: let - Zoe and Bill Green. 2rid Marie Hill-Norvel Dilley. 3rd - Dorothy Gummerson- Ran McEwan. 4th - Lucille Sink-Eleafior Phillips. 5th - Margaret Iliff-Dave Durfee. Stork Report Montoya Michael and Kathy Mon- toya of Cloverdale announce the birth of their son, Miehaelangelo, born on Friday, May 9, 1980 at Community Hospital in Santa Rosa. The infant weighed 5 potmds, six and one-half oz. at birth and was nineteen and one-half inches long. Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Montoya of Cloverdale, and the maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. James Burger of Santa Rosa. ! Rich and anita Pellegrini were the sponsors of the successful Cloverdale May Festival held last weekend at the Citrus Fair Building. Photos by Janice. A group of square dancers at the Cloverdale May Festival held last weekend at the Citrus Fair Building participated in ]/ V, the various workshops. Assn. of Bay ' Area Gov't. opposes Prop. 9 Despite concerl]s from some of its members that public statements on Proposition 9 could backfire at the polls, the Executive Board of the Association of Bay Area Governments ABAG) voted last night to oppose the ballot measure. "Not to act would be a terrible injustice." urged Mayor Bill Carroll of Vacaville. "We have a higher obligation to our con- stituents." If public finan- cing suffers as a result, voters will be angry with their elected officials for not speaking out and warning them. he explained. Freezing taxation rules into the state constitution is a bad way to run a government, remarked Supervisor Joe Bort of Alameda County. If the economy makes a downturn, he said, tax collections will suffer and local government won't have the money to operate. Four of the 19 board members present opposed taking a standon Prop 9. One of them, Supervisor Richard Brann of Solano Count said public officials should stay neutral on the sue. "Every time one of us opposes the measure, we pick up five voters for it," said Mayor Dave Martin of Burlingame. Opposition to Proposition 9 was recommended by ABAG's Legislation and Governmental Organization Committee. The decision followed a staff report which cites various possible effects. of the passage of "Jarvis II", intruding: - reduction or elimination of state financial aid to local roads. governments, which treatment currently helps pay for constructiool schools, police and fire -a shift of protection: California - a drop in California bond Washington, ratings, resulting in in- deductions creased financing costs for payments. Antolini honored in Rohnert Pork Gary Antolini, Assistant District Attorney and can- didate for Municipal Court Judge, No. 3, was recently honored at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Johnson, Rohnert Park. Gary said, "Our campaign is one of PEOPLE - not mail- outs, newspaper ads and radio spots. The municipal court is the court of the people, and as such should be chosen by the people. 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