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HOAG & SOL'S El ': : ........ : ............ 95-t Clovef dale ff?00. vet'lle ' HED Wednesday, June 4, 1980 Volume 102 No. 23 1 Section 18 Pages 20 cents iracl of Vi nn " om tru l =73,000 goal been reached goal !" Winnie rushed into the Monday news. "The come true! " "With the check of donated to from the Barbecue top and the The big day for departure to Vienna, Austria, will be on Sunday, June 29 at noon from the San Francisco In- ternational Airport. We are told that they expect quite an entourage of well-wishers from Cloverdale to go to the airport to wish Sieve and the band good luck. on tosay. "I lion Voyage Steve and for band - and for the ale is an un- party to be held city. Again with a lot of Winnie said. thanks to Vivian Person who project. Vivian of Vienna", and enthusiasm and could make the Winnie con- informed the tickets, other the has been paid. she said, was them. for band The "Miracle of Vienna" Ben Voyage party for the Cioverdale High School Band is coming up soon. It will he held at Papa John's Picnic area on Sunday, June 15 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Admission will be $1. for adults and 50 cents for children. The Cloverdale Roosters' Association, who are sponsoring the party, extend a hearty welcome to ore: and all. They say, "Let's hope for sun ! It's going to be fun!" ,'ustria, to compeb  in the International Music Festival. Four" rrl Cloverdale High e required focusing on consumer Qoverdale School Proved the "Little by Supt. Trustee Howard the course because mandatory. the course may students from voiced by Parents attending that some ex- mandatory will only be eases. He said the pilot program sufficient number world history the course to take it as an or senior year. a course in beneficial to crafts course. ' favored this teacher will year for such a a faculty recom- the district can influx of an students from two south of town. planning by the city to impact requested the enrollment to 1400 homes will 245 acres on 101 between Road. The of Rancho de 'are proposed Vivian Menicucci was the spark that ignited the "Miracle of Vienna" project. With her enthusiasm, hard work and the cooperation of the Cloverdale Reveille and the whole community, the miracle has come true. She is showing the United States emblem pin Congressman Dop Clausen presented to her at the American Legion Barbecue Saturday honoring her outstanding work and dedication to the successful project. Photo by Janice. The Cloverdale faculty recom- mendation adopted by the board says that land should be set aside for a future school site in the area. The teachers also said the district could handle a phased increase in students but the total 500 student addition would eventually require an addition in staff, more financing, and portable buildings. OPENING DAY Opening day of the 1960-81 school year will be Sept. 2, the board decided. The last day of school is still being negotiated by the district and the teachers' group. STUDENT INSURANCE Trustees approved a plan to join the California Interscholastic Federation Insurance Plan for student accident insurance during 198081. Letters will be sent to parents ex- plaining different plans offered under the voluntary program. VANDALISM Supt. McAuley reported that van- dalism at district schools has cost about $225 for glass replacement in the last Iwo. months, lie said hiring niRh! security guards would be too expensive and that fencing around schools would also be costly as well as unsightly. STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE Student council representative Jane Barnhart gave her final report to the board which included a suggestion for a community fitness "par" course. Barnhart also introduced 1980-81 student council representative Lisa Domenichelli. EMPLOYMENT Trustees authorized the hiring of up to two new teachers to help replace six vacancies created by resignations and retirements. INTERDISTRICT AGREEMENT The board approved an interdistrict attendance agreement allowing Carol Ballard to attend ,Cloverdale High School. DRIVING TRAINING A summer driver training program for students was okayed by the board. A salary increase from $8 to $9 per hour was approved for instructor John McMillan Anne Odette. Finance Officer of the American Legion. hands a check to Winnie Connolly for $1.64;5 donated to the CIIS Band for their trip to Vienna from the prweeds of the Chicken Barbecue held last Saturday. This check is the one that put the Vienna fund over the top and clinched the trip for the band. At the right is Commander Joe Anello. Pilots warned of dangerous volcanic ash All aircraft pilots are warned that volcanic ash from the Mt. St. Helens volcano in southwest Washington has now reached an altitude in excess of 60,000 feet and extends 250 miles wide through several states, according to the Federal Aviation Administration Pilots planning flights into or near these known areas should contact the nearest FAA Air Traffic Control facility prior to takeoff for updated information on the movement of the dangerous volcanic ash. As of four o'clock on May 20, satellite pictures showed the most dense band of volcanic ash to extend across Washington and Montana, and then south-southeastward to the southern border, running through Idaho, Continued on page I! City Council Protest of Grand Jury report continues Cloverdale City Council members have ordered a letter to be sent to Sonoma County Superior Court Judges to let them know the city is unhappy about a recent grand jury report that alleged conflicts of interest by "one or more city employees". The letter, which will be written by City Attorney John Klein, will also tell th e judges the council feels that future grand juries should have more in- struction and training. Klein and the council are listurbed that the grand jury's report did not offer any further information to back up the conflict of interest allegation. The report said the jury has received "evidence" bqt the lack of a city conflict of interest code in Cloverdale makes prosecution impossible Klein maintains that state statutes are available for prosecution in such cases. "What's wrong with this case is that it has been publicized. I can't think of any legal means to make the grand jury rectify its mistake," said Klein. He explained that all grand jury in- vestigations are secret and cannot be opened to public scrutiny. Klein said the jury's report "doesn't say there is anythning wrong. It is really hypothetical. As a lawyer, I would tend to believe the grand jury has nothing in its report." He said the "'evidence" the juw claims to have could be a "crank complaint or pet peeve" from a citizen. Mayor Jack Domenichelli said it is disturbing to think that an individual could make a complaint to the grand jury which would then "flip that into the newspapers." City Councilwoman Marie Vandagriff said "I think their irresponsible action has shattered my faith in all grand juries. I always held them in esteem and thought they had credence." CONFLICT CODE Council members deferred adoption of a new conflict of interest code until June 10. The code will apply to the council, planning commission and city administrator. The council also decided to include the city attorney, engineer, superin- tendent of public works, assistant superintendent, and planning con- sultant. They will be placed in a special category in thel code that will allow them to protest their inclusion. Any of the five employees can request a special council hearing to state why they should not be bound by the conflict code. FREEWAY BYPASS City Engineer Dick Carlile told the council a new Cloverdale Bypass project report calls for construction to star! in 1986. A recent estimate was 1984. "'The whole thing is grinding to a slow halt," said Carlile. Carlile also reported that another alternative construction plan for the bypass shows a four lane freeway as far as First Street where an overpass would be built. The rest of the new part of Highway 10l would be a two lane expressay. Carlile said this plan "does make some sense" because no dangerous ground level intersection would be built on the expressway portion of the bypass. The freeway portion would have regular on and off ramps. Continued on page 11 Weather DATE HI LOW May 26 76 43 May 27 77 44 May 28 72 42 May 29 78 49 May 30 79 47 May 31 80 51 June I 80 51 RAIN .04