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June 11, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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June 11, 1980

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Page 2 - Wednesday, June 11, 1980 Clover'dale 00veille Established 1879 usPs., 0 Published every Wednesday Geyserville PRESS Established 1934 USP$ 8 200 112 West First Street Cloverdale, California 95425 (707) 894-3339 Gary L. Fawson ....... Publisher Tim Tanner .......... General Manager Janice Carry .......... Editor Yearly Subscription Rates Sonoma Lake and Mendocino Counties 9.00 Elsewhere in the United States 9.50 Janice Carry, Editor, is on vacation. Will return on June 20 Editorial A good job by our legislators From the Press Democrat We would like to compliment those legislators, supervisors and county officials who were in- strumental in obtaining the passage of AB 1905. This is the bill which guarantees Sonoma and • Lake Counties a fixed share of the revenues from "federal geothermal leases• The Geysers geothermal field in Sonoma and Lake Counties is the only revenue-producing field in the state at Bosco with helping develop language in the bill. Supervisor Eric Koenigshofer appeared at committee hearings in support of the bill and Sonoma County Assessor Ernest Comalli helped with technical language and appeared at com- mittee hearings, Assemblyman Bosco was able to push the bill through the Legislature and on to the governor's desk for signature in less than eight hours after its final version had been drafted. This additional source of revenue for Sonoma Pete Daunch of Cloverdale Cub Pack 41 presents Winnie Connolly with a check for $75 to help the band with its trii to Vienna. Pictured back row. left to right, are: Margaret A.. Daunch. Den l.eader: Connie Seymour and Ted Emmei. Den I,eader. Middle Row, left to right: Ricky I Emmel, Robbie Allen and Roger Fletcher. right: Dimitri Argyres, Pete Daunch and present, and thus those two counties will be allocated a share of the lease revenues. The amount of money involved is considerable. • Sonoma County's immediate share, for instance, is about 3.2 million. Sonoma and Lake are ex- pected to receive $40 million more during the next eight years. The bill was authored by Assemblyman Douglas Bosco and co-authored by Assemblyman "Douglas Keene. But it involved the cooperative effort of other public officials. Assemblyman Bosco says that Senators Keene and Jim Nielsen were helpful in obtaining a favorable vote in the Senate. Supervisors Nick Esposti of Sonoma County and Ray Nk)stin of Lake County were credited by County is to be used to mitigate the imppact of the geothermal industry, which gives the county Anderson pevtvton-'-" will be circulated through considerable leeway in deciding how to spend the money. We would suggest that the road to the Geysers ,rea be improved with some of the funds. The road at present is narrow and dangerous in spots. The geothermal industry paid $4.2 million into Sonoma County's treasury last year in the form of property and other taxes. Certainly a tax base of this magnitude should be provided with road improvements. Again, we compliment all of those who played a part in obtaining a fair share of the geothermal lease revenues for Sonoma and Lake Counties. Thanks for votes- Letters to the editor in her effort to defeat Don Clausen. problems. Thank you Best regards, Peter Windrem Conflict of interest Editor: If City Attorney John Klein knows of state statutes ap- plicable in the Cioverdale conflict of interest case, I'd be grateful to hear of them, as would the Grand Jury, the District Attorney's office, and the Fair Political Practic[s Commission. My understanding was that the only remedy was injunctive; thereby highly unlikely in I'm proud of my campaign for the Democratic nomination. We spoke out on important issues and proposed new ideas to help solve our problems. While I did not win the nomination, I certainly did not lose anything. I met new people and worked with friends. I have a richer and deeper understanding of the con- cerns of the people of the Redwood Empire. The campaign was a rewarding experience. I will continue to work to help bring people together to solve our common Editor: The Democrats of the Second Congressional District have spoken and I wish to thank them for the votes I received. A special thanks goes to the many volunteers who gave of their lime and money for my campaign• I congratulate the winner - Norma Bark - on her strong showing. Her hard work paid off and I hope everyone will join me in supporting Norma The band says thanks Dear Cloverdale. How can we say "thank you"? Where do.we begin? You did it! Your "giving" to the Cloverdale High School Band will reach far beyond the dollars that will send us to Vienna. Because you believed in us. WE THANK YOU! ! ! ! Jane Barnhart, Cassie Barnharl, Julie Birchfield, Robi Campbell, Brenda Collins, Sally Davies, Lisa Finck. St. Francis BBQ June 28th / On Saturday, June 28, the annual ."St. Francis Mission BBQ" will be held at the Paine Inn picnic area in Hopland. Delicious chicken will be served, along with potatoe salad, beans, french Birth bread and coffee. The cost for adults and children under 12 is $4 - for a half chicken. Children under 12 will receive a quarter chicken for just $2. The event will get underway at 6 p.m. III II II II I ose 16, 1980. The baby was a girl whom they named Keri Jean and weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces. The petition drive to place signatures Io qualify a reties, has scheduled a local lerested in John Anderson's name on the cmldidale for the presidential resident Volunteers For please attendlJ November ballot began June tonmlation. Anderson meeting Wed- if needing 91h conlinuing Ihrough nesday, June It, 7:30 p.m. at formation August 81h. California ttealdsburg area coor- 510 Hidden Area Road, at 433-6894. ,'empires |00.t) registered dinalor. Mary Louise Jet- Healdsburg. Anyone in- All dog owners Suzanne and Craig Rose are the proud parents of a baby girl born at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital on May NOTICE Dr. Wm. Van der Waken, M.D. Announces a temporary absence from his practice - Sat. June 7, i980 thru Sun., June 15, 1980 In Case of Emergency, Please Call 894-asa00 Ill l I t I ill= Tom Goostree Animal Control Officer The deadline Io have ,,'our dog licensed for this year was February 1. Stale law and city or- dinance requires that all dogs over h, ur months of age will being picked up without licenses, and taken to the shelter. A great majority of the time. owners cannot be found for these unfortunate animals. F,r this reason, the ('hwerdale Animal Control ()fficer will be going from ck,w to door inquiring if there • days to purchase a dog department I license for said animal. If a sleps. But license is not obtained by rabies is above said time, a citation department will be issued to the owners, the citizens It is unfortunate that the of Ihe lerms°fcourtc°stsandtime'haverabiesanddislemperisad('gresidingatthe I Salad as Mr. Klein should know. shols and dog licenses residence. If so. the owner Try Our New But I doubt he and the City Mally dogs iu lhis city arc wilt be given seven working Council are as concerned with lhe truth as they are with Cloverdale's "image." Continuing education I Unlike Mrs. Vandagriff. Bar my faith in the Grand Jury T isn'l shaltered. My faith in units for nurses Ihe City Council, on the other hand, is in lattersl They !I is not often lhat Con- obtain three hours of CEU is We'll Create Your Sandwich protest too much, trying to tinuing Education hours may $20 The fee for Nursing [ While You Create Your Salad beoblained in Cloverdale and Assistants will be $10 and "i put the blame everyplace but Manzanita Manor would like they will receive credit for 3 Choose from a nice where it belongs. Io offer this service to the inser,.ice,,, hours. Interested Variety of Dressings & The Grand Jury report followed months of in- nurses of this community, citizens will be admitted for a Garnishings vestigalion, not speculation. Par Medical Service will $10 fee.  ..k If anything has been shat- presenl "Sex and the Senior For reservations please ] the Hungry Hu Ewe- lered it is the credibility of Citizen" in June - exact dale call Mrs. Bowker at Man- . the City Council. Io be sel next week. The fee zanita Manor al 894-5201 or " 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. C.D. Grant for licensed personnel to 894-5202 as soon as possible. Vickie Fennessey. Nanci Michael Pang, Tim Pope, Goodman, John Hetrick, Anna Pasquini, Diane Ramos Mark Hetrick, Casey Howard. Brian Ramos, Rick Rilea, David Howell, Nickie Dan Pellegrini. Linda Harris, Wendy Junker, Dean Singleton, Jim Seymour Cann, Gary Cann, Lisa David Slark, David. Marlin, Dominichelli, Cindy Mc- Monica Tschirch, Hans Ciure, Laurettte Moual, Lori Tschirch, Beth Vogt, Dan Michelon, Helen Miller, Wailers, Kirt Williams, Robert Miller. Karen Wolf, Kim Wood, Truda Hicks, Kellie Bar- Yvonne Whittaker, Eiene nes, Zachary Nichols, Zagarites, Kia Zagariles. I I DR. L.A. GERBER Optometrist has moved her office to: 132 N. Cloverdole Blvd. Phone 894-2021 (same hours) I U 5 5 Aerobic Dance Class Choreography by Karen Miller • DISCO -CHARLESTON ,JAZZ 5 5 ( ( tu Total Fitness! FREE DEMONSTRATION Friday June 13, 5:30 - 6:30 894706/527.7827 ( ( Evening Classes Begin June 16 Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum Quality Carpets Since 1866 CA Rare Find Duponf Anti'on ! 1 I Was 28.50 ,25oo sq. yd. Maslend Kings Gap Mosanto Ultroo Ny|on Was 23.00 *1900 s • yd. AAasland Good Earth Was 14.25 *1 l=S = m sq. yd. Tlmbuktu ,900s rn ,900o ;as"';;.*'0; Yd" 1 Was 10.50 sq. yd Padding & Quality Installation Extra- Sale Ends June 16th Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum, Inc. 119 North Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale 894-2334