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Page 4 Wednesday, June 4, 1980 Donation to band from American Legion Barbecue clinches Vienna trip ii  : Jane and Pat Paulsen were among the large crowd of people attending and enjoying the American Legion's Chicken barbecue last Saturday at the City Park in Cloverdale. Photo by Janice. Steven Peters graduates from West Point Mr. And Mrs. Harold West Point May 281h. Others Rosa. Point. Peters, Cloverdale, attended attending were Mr. & "Mrs. Steven is the first person The party of eight also the graduation of their n Donald Peters, Healdsbtwg, from Cloverdale to attend toured New York and :Steven from the United and Mr. & Mrs. Howard and graduate from the U.S. Washington. D.C.. while on States Military Academy at Yoast and family of Santa Military Academy at West the East Coast. Graduation - 1980 Washington Jr. High PROGRAM PROCESSIONAL: "Pomp and Circumstance" Washington School Band. PRESENTATION OF COLORS: American Legion Auxiliary Junior Color Guard. PLEDGE TO THE FLAG: Tracey Weber. INVOCATION : Sophia Coon WELCOME ADDRESS: Robin Bullard, Student Body President. BAND SELECTIONS: Tami Titus. SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATIONS: Claud Williams. Principal. STUDENT SPEAKER: Craig McMillan. PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT: Ted Trimble; Valerie Vail accepting. STUDENT SPEAKER : Nancy Stan. CITIZENSHIP AWARDS: Jack Durham, Clover[tale American Legion. PRESENTATION OF CLASS: Tom Trimble, Julie Linn. PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS: Diane Doble, Member, Governing Board Cloverdale Unified School District, BENEDICTION : Janel Peterson. RECESSIONAL: Washington School Band. 8:(g} p.m. June 4, 1980 Washington Band under the direction of Robyn Willat. State requires taxpayers to report newly acquired property The State of California Constitution now requires the reappraisal of real property when it has experienced a change of ownership, sale, or undergoes new construction. The State Legislature has enacted statutes to mandate reporting to the County Assessor by taxpayers who acquire property thru change of ownership or purchase within ,15 days of the acquisition of the property. Your title company may assist you in filing the forms at the time of recordation of the deed. Sonoma County Assessor Ernest L. Comalli announced that a few county property owners will soon receive notices of penalty under the recently passed state law. The state law requires a penalty for failure to file the change of ownership statement within 45 days of recordation, or by request of the Assessor. The penalty is $I00 or 10 percent of the tax amount for the current year, whichever is larger. "We would encourage assessees to furnish the in- formation", said Comalli. "Once the request is made, we are required to levy the penalty if the statement is not returned within 45 days. The penalty may be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors by appeal and abated if evidence of having provided the required information to the Assessor is presented", The Assessor's staff is currently in the process of preparing to mail penalty notices to those people who have failed to provide the information. Keene bill protects patients privacy Medical records of patients would be protected from unnecessary invasions of privacy under a bill by State Senator Barry Keene which passed the Senate 21-6 'Wednesday. "Medical records are protected now - but only if they are in a doctor's custody. This bill expands the protection to medical records kept in hospitals and clinics," said Keene (D- Mendocino). Keene said the bill will "assure the public that law enforcement agencies can obtain medical records needed to arrest and prosecute suspects, but cannot go on 'fishing ex- peditions' through records of patients who aren't suspects." Under Keene's Senate Bill 1975, when law enforcement agencies can show they need to see medical records in a hospital's or clinic's files, a judge will appoint a ,special master" to examine the records in private and determine whether the law enforcement agency and the hospital or clinic ad- ministrator agree they are relevant to the investigation. If both sides don't agree, the master will seal the records and deliver them to the judge for a determination. The same "special master" procedure already applies to medical records in a doctor's possession -except when the doctor himself is under in- vestigation by the law en- forcement agency. Keene's bill is supported by the California Medical Association. It will go next to the Assembly for further hearings UnBEARable ? Transparent Mylar s21.50 CABINET & LINOLEUM Commander Joe Anello. American Legion Commander of the Sebastopol Post Don Quisenberry. Charlie Harper, Chaplain of Post ",):{, Vivian Menicucci. Congressman Clausen and John A'alton are shown at the American Legion. William . James .McAuley. District Superintendent of the C[overdale t'nified School District. spoke to Steve Connolly. the band and the people of CIoverdale at the American Legion Barbecue Saturday commending Connolly not only for this year's band but for his excellent record for all the entire 3:1 years he has been a bandmaster, lie told the band how fortunate they were to be in the band at the time when the band was invited to Vienna. lie also commended the people of CIoverdale for the alnazing job they did to make the miracle come true. Live MUSIC by HORSE BADORTIES  DEPOT HOTEL,  CLOVERDALE 7 p.m. - Midnight 21 and Over Cover Charge at the Door 154 RAILROAD AVE. Track Down the Cloverdale MYSTERY MERCH ANTS June 21 st You could win valuable prizesl Watch for more details in next week's Reveille ! /.. ........................ -" Russell Ledford Post 293 Chicken BarbeC Saturday. Congressman Clausen vith a special gift honoring him for his a bandmaster. Photos by Janice. Hare elected Geography Beta Omega chapter of Ganlma Theta Upsilon, the international honorary society in geography at Californis State University. Chico. recently elected 11 Dew incumbers, "the iniliation ceremony was directed by Steve Her- man of Los Angeles. chapter president, and the new members are Ellen Batha of Millbrae. Becky Garske of Chico. Kevin Hare of Cloverdab fowl/ Chico. Redding" N.M.. pat SI eve Schroer of Zierton of New lsbell. president. secretarY; treasurer- Aerobic Dance Choreography by Karen t .DISCO *CHARLE: iu Total Fitness! FREE DEMONS ) Friday June 13, 5:30- 6:: ) 894-3706/52 t Classes Begin JU Evening PubliC AUCTION Voluntary Sale by Order of Owner Landis Morgan & Logging Eq 4000 No. State Street UKIAH, $2V2 Million LATE MO L0661N6 & LUMBER TRAILERS, L0661N6 TRUCK PARTS HIGHLIGHTS CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat. D8H w,Hyd. Angle 46A9194:1973 Cat. 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