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Page 8 Cloverdale Reveille May 29. 1991 Former gang members warn 6th & 7th graders not to follow on their footsteps STEERING The past two weeks have been carried a strong message: "Don't School Talent Show was held on IA i mllml U extremely busy at Washington follow in our footsteps". The ex- Saturday, May 18, in the multipur- ][|r, School. Field trips, Ballroom Dance, gang members informed the poseroom. Twenty-sixpartiicpams ww u s==dU= Talent Shows and Music Concerts students that crime, violence, drink- entertained a full house with singing have certainly highlighted the last ing and drug use monopolized their and dancing, piano playing, stand-up. several weks. lives, and some members spent time comedy and various other musical Ms. Dana Evans, Washington in jail. "You guys going into junior performances. School Librarian, reported that the high, don't let anyone intimidate Talent Show coordinator, Mrs. Book Fair was a big success, taking you into joining a gang," one mem- Renee Tiemey, once again organ- in a total of $1,250.tM this year. The her told the class, ized a wonderful evening of talent. school library was able to acquire 22 We want to thank Mrs. Giusso She would like to thank the follow- new books, valued at $113.63 each, for organizing and scheduling the ing for donating their time and effort plus will have $180.50 left over to anti-gang panel. Several teachers in making this such a successful buy additional new books, will he attending a workshop on event: Erica Lake, Evon Shipley, Ms. Evans would like to thank, "Schools without Gangs and Drugs" Kathy Dogali, Denise Imbach,. once again, Chert Lepf for organiz- this Friday. Teachers will be trained Shirley Klein and Blair Schweikl. ing the parent volunteers, working as part of a school team to help Special thanks to Ken Collins and each day at lunch and the evening assure we are a gang and drug Denise Imbach for playing the. of Open House. Parent volunteers free zone. piano, and students Stephanie included Louise Graddy, Kris Then on the evening of May 17, Shipley and Natasha Lane, for their Jackson, Debbie White, Barbara the "Footnotes Ballroom Dance excellent job of presenting the acts. Peters, Gloria Walker and Erica Club" presented their fast spring Talent Show participatnas were Lane. A BIG thanks to all who do- Dance-A-Rama. What an evening! Joe Simao & David Weight; Cheryl nated their time for this important We would like to extend our con- Stone & Jennifer Menlo; Gianina fundraiser, gratulations to Mrs. Jolene Crider Pellegrini; Chris DeLapp; Jerrod- A panel of five ex-gang members and her 7th and 8th grade Volleyball Potter; Beth Randolph, LiAne Bell were recently invited to speak to Teams for completing a very suc- & Sarah Thompson; Pierrette the 6th and 7th graders. The panel cessful season. Both teams had a Robertson-Tiemey & Maria Lopez; are a group of Sonoma County cumulative record of 18 wins and 1 Devon Graddy, Katie Gtmnink, Emily Gunnink & Kara Bogner, youhYungbyadUltseducatingtryingthemt inhelPhowtheto loss. They also finished the year in Sarah Pardo, Amber Davies-Sioan & avoid situations involving gangs and grand style by winning the Brooke Fraser; Melissa Klein; drugs. Forestville Volleyball Tournament. Brandt Schmitz; Eric Clark & Zita The panel, whose slogan is Way to go, Girls! Konik; Sarah Swango; Anna Imbach "People Caring About People", The 2nd Annual Washington &AngelaHemandez. 1 I I ] ,.[' DI' ' He aldsburg/Geys ei'ville" -- .... "= = '111 Business Directory HOW I I I Ill Ill I Shubel II, IM'00 00oToMoTIvE you " II SPECIALISTS .67" lwe .... CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC. ' 433-3384 ,COMPLETE MAINTENANCE ,.-' AND REPAIR, dT-_ ,.,-r-,- On All Foroign,. Oom.,,, -' ! s"II'_ "-' ,.i 1395 Healdsburg Avenue CARS & TRUCKS ,,. I  :'': Healdsburg, CA 95448 t t (271071)08RS:d3wT90dHwy'Geyserville " may ii: SILVEIRA I I GROWERS C Cl00/t3, -i" SERVICE 'PARTS I .Irrigation. HousewaresSyStems ":' :ygu r !OMe--HOP .Hardware & Equipment I -Farm Supplies : REN'AL CARS I 985 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg ! 433-5541 '2000Sf_00 life. lian Bestaurant & Pizzeria New and reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses pro,, t0 sunltlht, by not smokiltg ciltrelt s, I/no LUNCH We service what we e, ell! o,,==,i,a, by ro,o,. FAMILY STYLE DINNERS inlladk't hilhln flberand COCKTAILS - BANQUETS Competitive Prices Free Dilvery Iowi, rac The bat tie isn't over but, Now you dontt have to drive to San ! 25 North St. Terms ',a,,*i,nmL, Francisco for a Giorgio's Pizza! - Please ,uppor! Ihe 25 Grant Avenue Healdsburg 433-1106  Healdsburg ] ,,,,,,=.a..,=, 151 Clement St. San Francisco 669-1266 , 433"4838  -':- ; '/,-,,,=,,o." ,.o,- NOTICES PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, JL,E 4, 1991 AT THE SITES Item I - 11:04) a.m. Item II 1:00 p.m. TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS Item I - Fourth and Jefferson Street, Cloverdak CA MINIMUM BID - $25,000.00 Item II - Preston Heights, Preston, CA MINIMUM BID - $45,000.00 For detailed Information ,all: Raymond B. Cook State of California Department of Transportation Telephone: (415) 557-8474 Weekdays: , 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 12:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. _ ! HI .  f -- Garage Soles i 1 GARAGE SALE - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, May 32, Sat- urday, June 1, at 1132 South CIoverdale Blvd. Truck parts, vehicle, Avon, other misc. 42-22-1t Lost & Found CAMERA & CASE Lost at My WELCOME WAGON CHS Spring Concert. No basket i's loaded with questions asked. 894-4575. useful gifts, information 12-22-1t and cards you can re- -- : .... .-.4 deem for more gifts at Pets & Supp!je &' ,oca, businesses who'd _ like to say "Hi." My call is a friendly visit to help you with tips for all your needs, Engaged? New parent? Moved?. Call me, FREE-ADORABLE Kit- 894"5474 tens! S weeks. Box trained...,,, Ricetti Two white w/grey markings. One white w/brown stripes. 9139. 57-21-ff LAB - SPRINGER puppies free to good homes. Absm lutelydarling! 894-9329. 57- 22-1t im .. u ]NIID , Ill If ............ AA, Noon & 6pro (FH) TUESDAY Money to Loan 7:30pm (win " WEDNESDAY $1000 - $20,00 personal AA, Noon & 8pro (FH) loans or debt consolidation. THURSDAY Simple qualifications. Ap- Alanon, Noon (FH) ply by phone. Low yearly Alateen, 3:30pro (FH) i rates. Bonded. Call toll free AA, 8pro (FH) 24 hours 1-800--966-8508, IIDA Ext. 150. 17-17-tf NA, Noon 0VH)   . AA, Noon & 6PM OH) NA, 7:30pro (WH) SATURDAY "7 cRYSLER LeBaron AA, 9am & 10pro (FH) station wagon. 96,000 origi- SUNDAY nal miles. Runs good. $525. AA Men, 7pro (FH) 894-2239. 70-20-ff fill) - Filowship Hall (WH) - Wallace Home  Sponsored by Good condition. 433-7194. 70-21-2t GAIL's BTC SHOP 121 W. 1st St. "g94.9323 ill i l in g mill u l FOR SALE- 1975MONTE Carlo in excellent condition. Call 894-9338. 70-21-2t 1979 ,MERCURY ZEPHER Fair condition. Good tires. Asking $1300. After4 p.m 894-5115. 70-22-4t. ACCEP'rLNG APPLICATIONS NOW C/oerda/, Gargen Apa,eats SeniorLiving. 1 bedroom fioorpl arts featuring:Quiet neighborhood, fully equipped ki spacious laundry facilities, energy efficient design. Units available for the Handi- capped. Our rental poli- cies adhere to ali fair hous- ing laws. Eligibility based on income. For informa- tion and an application call 1-800-894 -5426 EQUAL HOUSING .ai OPPORTUNITY. I I Services PUBL, IC, inl _ n "']  I I I I I i_ " CITY OF CLOYERDALE The public review period for the sion on Apri117,1991,1t is being Tlml]ltrddimrs, A'I'IEST:   NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY Mitigated Negative Declaratio reheard due to a public noticing of Sonoma, State of California, CountyCletkandea-offw.ioCierk GUITARLESSONS.Learn OF ENVIRONMENTAL listed above extends from May 24 error. Environmental Aue- does ordain aa follow=: of the Board of Supervison to tune. strum, finger pick in IM)CUMENT AND IK,qLIC to JuN 24, 1991. All interested rmmt: Categorical Exemption. Staff: Sigrid Swilbtrg. "' your home. (e ai). REVIEW PERIOD peumsareinvitadtosendwriuen SECTION !; Section 26-8 of #507May29,1991 Call 4-7 p.m. 894-9089. o0mmems to the Cloverdale City PLEASE BE ADVISED that the Chapter 26 of the Sonoma County Stephanie or Herb. 35-22-2t , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Planning Commission ixior to the Plmming Commissima will  Codeistonmme that the City of Cloverdale PI- expiratio of the lmblieomnment dtmtaimbiiehearingontheappli, the land describad m Section !1, NOTICE  " ning Commis,don will act as the periodoJuue21991, cinndownove. Pt, ojectde- below, fradRRD(R OFPt,qLICHEARINO' Misc. ForSale lead agency and sit as the environ- taih, and any wriuea commema andRuraiDevelopment)didctto CITY OF CLOVERDALE - meatal review body for the envi- "Ihe Mitigated Negative I)eclara- are available for review at the City the RRD (Resources and Rural CITY COUNCIL BEAUTIFUL HUTCH tonmenml assessments listed be- lion listed above, along with any of Cloverdale Planning Depm- Development), W/ (Frozen Lot inside light. $750. Paid iw, as required by the California project details, are available for merit, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Sie) district and the Ptmning NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN $1,500. Formal diningsetw/ Q Environmental QualityAct of review during normal working Cioverdale. Caiifomi& StaffRe- risbeydirecgedtore- thattheCityCemiloftheCityof 6chairs, high back can, w/  Mesclun Salad Mix, / 1970, asamended, hours at the City of Cloverdale portsforthehearingswillbeavail-   amendment to Section Cloverdalewillboldapublichear- euslomlL Paid $2200, $750. I,. Lu& 'Pmg_ dNe=ativeDe'chtratian Planning Department, City Hall. able the Friday before the Planning 26-8 by adding Section District ing on June 12, 1991 at er ftcr 894-5279. 45-22-ff 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd.. Clover- Commission meeting. Map to the County Zoning Map. 7:30p.m. intheChambers t r the mth Industrial Annexa- dale, CA 95425. of City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale USED TIRES $15 and up. t m (Larry Robert=. City of Clo- #508 May 29, 1991 All interested persons am invited SECTION 1 I; La area and lees- Blvd. Cloverchde, for the purpo rdain. Atmifants: Larry to send writtencomamats tothn don: 340amrJ lotsslat34500 ofeotsideringaratincreare- Southard'sT'tre&Amo,474 CLEAN FILL DIRT I blmrts.State of Califonua. Char- NOTICE above address no later than the Highway 128 aploximatdy one quest by Cloverdale Disposal. S. Cloy=dale BlvcL 894-2492 FREE - UJIAUL. s Sibert. Johnnie and Katherine OF PUBLIC HEARING hearing date and/or be present to mile east of Highway 128 in the Staffnmrts fot the hearing will he J4-34 Request for CITY OF CLOVERDALE comment orally on the project. If Cloverdale area u lown m Sec- available the Friday before the CUSTOM FIT TRAILER. 45-21-2t q'ovalofaproposedmnexation PLAN'NINGCOMMISSION you challenge this item in court, tional DiUrict Maper theOamty Cw/Comdlmeedng. HITCHES d prezonin 8 of an 6.25 acre yoe maybe limited to raising oly Zoning MIp, deigmaed  ZC91- Sold or Installed 0rporated area to the City of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN those issues you or someone ehe 123onfilewiththetof All inteaed penom a0 invited Southard's Tire & Auto Ioverdaie. The preferred premn- THAT the Planning Commissiou raised at the public hearing de- Planning and the Cimk of the to umd wriu comments to the 474 S. Cloverdale Bird COMMUTING TO Roh- gp,theareaisM-I,Lighllndus- oftbeCityofCIov'dalewillhold soribedinthisnodce, orinwrittm Board of Sulrvilors aholmown above addre, no later than the 894-2492 gal. Uponenncxalienendrezo- a public hearing on June19,1991, correspondenoe delivered to the as 34500 Highway 128, Clover- hearingdalmund/orbelx.aentt O _- nert Park/SSU? Will share 11. it is proposed to establish a at or after 7:30p.m. in the Council Planning Commission at or prior dale. APN 115-030-02/04. comnumtondlyon dteitem. If you FOR SALE SEASONED expense. Any shift- day a:rete casting operation on the Chamber= of City Hall, 124 N. to, tbo public hearing, chalimge iPminom% you OAK. Cldl 894--9"/,57. 45- orevc, lmssibic. 894-9262. 4ertsparcei. TlmWopeam Cloverdalo Blvd. Clovenlale, for JoeC Heckei Pusedandndoptndthis4thdayof tlmy be limited to raising only- 18-ff 11-19-4t ml)ediay south of City limits, the porpme of considering the Plmming Director June, 1991, in regular session by those issue= you or someone else djacent to end fronting Clover- following project: City of Clovexdale the following vote: faired at the public hearing de- VARIOUS BABY ITEMS [.Blvd.dSandhoimIame. Planning Commission Ayes Noes Absent AlpaCa scriidilthisnoti,otinwritten Crib, stroller.etc. CaUAlli- May 15, 1991, the City of -- SVISORSVOI City Council at or prior to. the sonaftr5:30p.m. 894-2556. A V O N " .  . Zmzi (Kendall 7an_i Aolicam #510 May 29, 1991 eort delivered to the Request for ap- 3 , 45-20-3t Ilwerdale Planning Commission imal of a Tentative Parcel Map Nicolas: : Smith: public heafiq. etermined that the lject listed which proposes to split an ap- AN ORDINANCE oF THE Eqoati: . MidP.WhAxmom I DRESSER, 21' Color TV, bore would have signific, amt proximately 15.000 . flt,,, ;-, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, City Clerk dveneimpactsorillgnifmantet'- twopatussiaedalT,951 aq. ft. COUNTY OF SONOMA, Chairmen of the Board of #509 May 29,19| 3wheelbiycle. 894-5998. 45-21- ontheenvimmmmt, lmtmeh and 6.827 1- ft. The property STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Supervitors. ! R VR00O.T I apaet ouid be mitigated m (APN 116-110-047) is presently AMENDING THE SONOMA of insignificanoe. This find- vammt and located at 595/597 W. COUNTY ZONING t ] MEMBERSHIP ] -, , m staa. =m was based upon information Second Street, bordering the City ORDINANCE REGARDING 10ameth L Milam, AK"  [Including camping Coast [ tainedintheinitialStudypre- limits of Clovedale and eastern SECTIONAL DISTRICT MAP PlmmingDittar [toCoast, nafionwide. $1.00[ "" IN|| II,I N tll| & N fm',andthemitigadenmeas- edge of Foothill BIvd This appli- TO CHANGE ZONING Secretary, Sonoma County tres included in the proposed or cation was considered and ap- DISTRICTS OF PROPERTY. Planning Cemmi,ion IPer/night. $895. 916-391- I u.sasa a!.,pmjea" proved by the Planning Cois- 113752.63-19-4t [ _=_ ............., [! il A Mothers. d you age daughters. think about help protec! ffv" II and guard 'A %me of photonoveia thai =1 your daughter formation on cancer Call today for COOy JOBS  trUeln Engineering, 1 22-4t TYPISTS income Details, send stamped Box 6509-T, VA 229O6. 20-2 TheCity hr) hr). cate required Aid. Obtain s at 124 N. Blvd., 95425 or 2521. until filled. DIRE $6.50 The City ol ties and per ehasiag st receipts, rex and reports. merits: WSI ( with First Ai college or  Should show have at theCity verdale, CA call (707) closing 1991. POSTAL JOBS $14.90/hr. For application 219-769-6649 ext a.m. tol 6t WAITRESS nings. Owl 20-22-tf needed for massage. OK. Trainee Spare time Call 857-4001 18-8t wanted for days/wk. AII'. 485 S. Ctvd. Saturdays and s 894-3859. Old LinenS, Crochet, F 894-5169 Wanted