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14 Don Parker Portrlat of a local artist "Intuitively designed"- that's the term local artist Don Parker uses to describe the beautiful tiffany style lamps and stained glass windows he's been designing for the past five years. Parker, who is self- taught and had never displayed his work publicly, recently took first place in the popular vote at the Cloverdale Art Com- mission's 11th Annual Exhibit held on Sunday, June 1, with his 46"x36" stained glass window entitled "Creation." (Shown at left.) "Heartsaver Course" offered Memorial Will offer its Course" first each month. is Heart aPProved Car- Resuscitation Course is age 12 and about one person rescuer CPR technique for udult, child, and baby; care of the choking victim; strengthening the heart through healthful living, and getting help in an emergency situation. Although CPR basic cer- tification will not be earned, the course teaches each participant how to begin emergency care in almost any situation. "That's especially im- portant during the summer months when people are on vacation, and not always within earshot of a doctor or nurse," emphasizes coor- dinator Peggy Kniffen, RN Classes are held in Memorial Hospital's lower level conference room, located in the East Wing, 6-10 p.m. Registration is by mail only. Send name, address, phone number, and a nonrefundable $5 materials fee at least one week in ad- vance of each class to: Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Department of Education, 1165 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95405. Understanding your utility bills ials mean If not, your probably drawing And read it, your YOur utility from a the U.S. For of Un- Utility lethe :formation Pueblo, clock, you meter. meter in four of them . Some run the far pointer is numbers, And at the top or ten. The 0 and the Still read 4. Read The right and6, so is 9485. !0,000 !,000 I00 I0 @0@@ KILOWATT HOURS To figure out how many kilowatt hours of electricity you use in a month, read your meter and write down the figure. Then in a month, read the meter again. Subtract last month's reading from this month's, and you will have the number of kilowatt hours you have used. By the way, if you use electricity for heating, there is probably a "multiplier" indicated on the meter. That means you have to multiply your reading by 10 or 100 to know your actual kilowatt hour use. For more information, including how to read a gas meter and those bills, send for Understanding Your Utility Bills (free). At the same time you will receive a copy of the free Consumer Information Catalog listing more than 200 other govern- merit publications of con- sumer interest. The Catalog is published quarterly by the Consumer Information Center of the General Services Administration. Cloverdale Art Commission news By ROBIN KELLY The Cloverdale Art Commission is proud to announce it's annual Asti Sale. The sale will take place at Asit on August 8 and 9 from 10 o'clock to 5 o'clock. Many local artLst and craftsmen will be showing their great works. If you are interested in this showing, and would like to enter your craft or art call Ruth Huddle at 894-2565, or Iren St. John at 894-3463. This is for Art Commission members only. On June 28th a Brown Bag Paintout will be held from 1:30 to 5 p.m. The group will go to the surrounding sites al paint them. This sounds like lots of fun, so everyone who is interested in this paintout please call Ruth Huddle at 8t-2f or Robin Kelly at 894-3637. Hope to see you all at both of these outings. ner's Advisor a property actually sold for (selling price). Value, on the other hand, deals with the subjective is"the relationship between a the price person and a piece of property, and is often defined agents as "the present worth of have ,future benefits". These benefits might include the is an right to use the property, the a tax advantages, and the be the equity growth. an owner For example, a home Property within a reasonable distance of the owner's place of employment has more value to that person than one which would require additional commuting and expense. The classic example of the meaning of value was provided by King Henry III when he reportedly ex- claimed: "A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" At that particular point in history, a horse had more value for Henry ili than the entire Kingdom of England. Wednesday, June 18, 1980- Page 7 Veterans to be provided with better treatment than in past A continued emphasis on outpatient medical care during fiscal year 1981 will provide veterans with even more efficient and effective treatment than in the past, Veterans Administration chief Max Cleland said today. He said VA expects 17.5 million outpatient visits to the agency's hospitals and clinics during the fiscal year, an increase of nearly a quarter of a million visits in the past two years. "Our emphasis on out- patient treatment, where it is medically indicated, not only enables us to treat more veterans but we can operate on a more cost-efficient basis," he said. With greater use of VA outpatient facilities, Cleland pointed out, it becomes even more important for veterans -to make and keep ap- pointments for treatment. "In an operation as large as this," the VA chief said, "we can encounter delays in treatment unless everyone cooperates fully in scheduling appointments and cancelling them if circumstances arise which prevent them from being there." Cieland said VA has asked Congress for nearly $1.2 billion for outpatient medical treatment in FY 1981, an increase of $30.8 million from the previous fiscal year. The VA has requested almost $6 billion for medical care this year, an increase of over $100 million from FY 1980. June deadlines on federal tax calendar The Month of June, like the month of April, has several important deadlines on the Federal tax calendar. Monday, June 16, is the deadline to file income tax returns for individual income taxpayers who applied for the automatic two-month ex- tension of time to file before the traditional April 15 deadline. Extensions beyond the their 1980 estimated taxes. In addition, corporations expecting tax liabilities of at least $40 for 1980 and operating on a calendar year tax basis must make a payment of 1980 estimated tax by the close of business on June 16. The amount of the payment can be computed on Form ll20-W, a worksheet for computing corporation estimated tax. This form should not be filed with the IRS; it should be kept with the corporation's records. When the payments are deposited in authorized commercial banks or Federal Reserve Banks, they must be accompanied by Federal Tax Deposit Form 503, the In- ternal Revenue Service notes. Social Security taxes, withheld income takes" on employee's compensation and withheld income taxes on gambling winnings must be deposited if these taxes total $200 or more but less than $2,000 as of May 31. automatiCtension whichtW'mnthexpires eX-on Geyser Peaks Arts Festival Monday are granted only for very good reasons. Any amount of tax which remains outstanding should be in- cluded with the return. June 16 is also the deadline this year for individuals to pay the second installment of Continued from page I The gates to Festival Grove will open at 3 p.m. for pic- nicing, winery tours and hiking, and performances under the trees in the vineyards will begin at 5 p.m. The opening performance of Brown Bag Opera is a free concert. Tickets are $6 for adults, with seniors and children under 12 half price. Saturday (including Friday, July 4) or Sunday series are available for $30. 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