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PaaQ 6 CloverdalQ Reveille June 19. 1991 American Legion Auxiliary Dena Gambetta Each year, William Russell Led- are in ev'e high school and the di- ford Unit #293, Ainerican Legion plomas the'y--.Eeceive, frankly, are Auxiliary awards a $300 scholarship more an accomplishment of atten- to a worthy senior who plans to at- dance than of learning. tend college or a university. Viola In other words, they persevere, John E. Benson John Edwin Benson passed away on June 6, 1991, at the age of 37 as the result of a logging accidenL He was a resident of Fortuna. Born in Ashland, Oregon, John moved with his parents to California in 1955. He lived in Cloverdale until moving to Humbolt County and Garber- ville in 1961. He had made his home in Fortuna since 1989. John bad worked in the logging industry for 16 years and, most recently, for Will's Trucking. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time in the mountains. John was an avid bow hunter. He is survived by his wife Debbie Benson of Fortuna, his children John E. Benson, Jr. of Trinidad, Darlene Donoho of Cioverdale, Paul Donoho of the U.S. Navy stationed in Virginia, and Jennifer Donoho, Kathryn Benson and Chrystal Benson, all of Fortuna. He is also survived by his father, Paul Benson, and his wife, Jean, of Arcata, his mother, Lorraine Washburn and her husband Bill Verhan of Hopland, his sister Deborah Lillie and her husband William of Loleta, and his niece Julie Freguso of Loleta. His is also survived by numerous other relatives. Family and friends attended services Monday, June 10, at Goble's Chapel of Fortuna. Private cremation followed. Arrangements were under the direction of Goble's Chapel, Fortuna. Virginia Jane Hansen Virginia Jane Hansen, 76, of Red Bluff died at her home on June 13. Mrs. Hansen was born in South Dakota on October 24, 1915. She lived in Tehama County for 21 years. Preceded in death by her husband, Ralph L. l-Iansen, heir brother, Connie Skibinski, and her sister, Pauline Carlton, Mrs. Hansen is survived by her son, Russ L. Hansen of Alaska, her daughter Carol K. Picketing of Red Bluff, her sisters, Lysle B. Hansen of Red Bluff and Helen M. DeVore of Modesto, her grandchildren, Joe, Dan and Chris Maillard and great grandson, Trevor Maillard. No services are scheduled. Chapel of the Flowers will handle the arrangements. Mack is our Education Chairman, and this year's recipient is Suzette Strong. S uzette is 18 years old and a 4-year member of the California Scholar- ship Federation. She served on the Student Council at CHS for 4 years, FHA-HERO 1 year, and La Socie- dad Segoria 3 years. She has been employed at Cloverdale Food Center for 2-1/2 years. Her mother, Susan Strong, is one of the co-owners of Webbs Fashions. Her father, Roger Strong, is the manager of Carpet Exchange in Santa Rosa. She has one brother, Roman, who is 16. Suzette's future plans are to attend Santa Rosa Junior College and then transfer to UC Davis. Her hobbies are snow skiing, horseback riding, animal training, basketball and swiming. She has 2 dogs, 2 cats and 3 kittens. She has been on the Honor Roll for four years and, over- all, has had a 3.714 GPA. The auxiliary is indeed proud, and we wish Suzette the best in all of her future endeavors. The auxiliary supports education in every way. Here is an article presented at the Awareness Assem- bly recently held in Washington D.C. Robert L. Martin was the speaker on Education. He asks, "Are we missing the mark in our schools"? He says the answer is 'no' for about one billion of the 3.2 billion young people graduating this year. They have done just fine on their SAT and show up 4 out of 5 days each week and do not get in trouble. For the balance of that 3.2 billion, we're doing a miserable job. 800,000 of these children are chopping out of our high schools each year;, one for every minute - and not just in New York City. The remaining 700,000 can't even read their diplomas, and the jobs these people used to do don't exist anymore. No government program, includ- ing defense, equals what we spend today on public education - over $320 billion per year;, if the criteria is based on the success of our overall output and accountability, then we're not hitting the mark. Those who are missing the mark are not getting parental attention and support. Only 30% of the children get it, with 60% living in single par- ent families and where both parents work. By the year 2000, the minority popoulation of the schools will be the majority. These kids need more and better attention. They need more help to succeed. Mr. Martin quoted the good news is that he is convinced that the key to changing these problems is people like the ALA, by volunteering and investigating. If one in three chil- dren is not making it in school, then one in three will he disadvantaged or unemployed. This affects the solvency of our entire system. We have to make sure it works, and take an interest . ....... f   and ACT scores, and will go on to in what's happening. Usually we as-  z be leaders in industry, sume that the Federal Government - For another billion young people, is going to do it. The truth is that the answer is maybe. These kids YOU are going to do it! VFW denied waiver of Airman Christopher Lile Airman Christopher I. Lile has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. During the six weeks of training, he studied Air Force mission, organ- ization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the community College of the Air Force. The airman is the son of Raymond and Mavis Lile and grandson of Mary Lile, all of Cloverdale. He is a I graduate of Cloverdale High School. I iiiii (ss) THE BIBLE SAYS... on Signs of Christ's Coming, Part 1 And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars; see that ye be not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. Matthew 24:5 And great earthquakes shall be in diverse places, and famines and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven. Luke 21:11 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, inconti- nent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; having a form of godliness, but denying the powers... 2 Tim. 3:1-5 Proclaim ye this among the Gentiles; Prepare war, wake up the mighty men, let all the men of war draw near...iet the weak say, I am strong...for the day of the Lord is near in the valley of decision. Joel 3:9-14 \\; , H.O. Collier HI Paid Announcement business license charge A request from Commander Lee Hamrick, of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9268 ,for a waiver of the business license fee for the Post's fireworks stand was denied by the City Council on a 3-2 vote June 12. Councilmembers John Doble and Carol Chase and Mayor Pell voted to deny the request based on their op.position to the sale of fire- works to individuals. Councilwoman Chase said that fireworks should be left to the pro- fessionals and she cited her experi- ence when a relative lost his eye as a nine year old boy when playing with fireworks. Councilman Doble said he didn't like the idea of fireworks being sold in the City. Councilman Jim Teagne, in mak- ing the motion to approve the waiver, commented that one's opin- ion regarding the sale of fireworks in the City was not the issue before the Council. The In'st vote taken was a tie between Councilmen Jim Teague and Tom Sink in favor and Doble and Chase opposed. On the second ballot Mayor Pell broke the tie. The fireworks stand will be located at South Street and Clover- dale Blvd. The Post has a state Fire Marshall Permit and liability insurance of $1 million. The fireworks company also has product insurance, accord- ing to Commander Hamrick. Five appointed to Downtown Parking Committee by Council Five local residents were ap- pointed to the Downtown Parking Committee by the City Council June 12. Ed McKeeken will represent the Planning Commission, Jim Ganzer the Downtown Advisory Commit- tee, Janice Ash and Bob Baumgard- her, the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce and Lou Thompson, the business community. The Committee is part of the implementation outlined for the Downtown Design Plan. Its primary objective will be to work with the m  Register at the first class mitino or at the main campus, according to the schedule below. IN-PERSON REGISTRATION BEGINS MONDAY, JUNE 10 Registration by Social Security Number ............... June 10-11 Open Registration ................................................. June 12-14 Late Registration ................................................... June 17-21 ON CAMPUS REGi$'rPTION IN BAILEY HALL section # course day time units location CLOVERDALE English 9066 ENGL 706 ENGL SKILLS WRKSHP TTh 6:00pm- 9:0Opm .0 CHS-16 Physical Education 9067 PE 116.1 BASKETBALL- BEG MW 7.1)0pro- 9.O0pm 1.0 CHS-GYM 8779 PE 150.1 AEROBIC DANCE - BEG TTh 9.)Oam-10:15am .5 CLOVET 9068 PE 150.1 AEROBIC DANCE - BEG TTh 5:45pm- 7.t)Opm .5 CHS GEYSERVILLE English 9o71 ENGL 706 ENGL SKILLS WRKSHP MW 6.1)0pm- 9,O0pm .0 GYSRVL (6117-8/14) Locatlonm: CHS - Cloverdale High School, 509 N. Cloverdale Bird; CLOVEr- Clovedale Veterans Bldg, 205 W. Cloverdale; GVSRVL - Geyserville FeN: California residents pay $5 per unil up to a maximum of $50. All students pay a Health Services fee. For information, call 527-4685 City to finalize public parking areas as proposed within the Plan. Mr. McKeeken is a newly-ap- pointed Planning Commissioner, Jim Ganzer served as Chairman of the Downtown Design Committee; Lou Thompson owns and operates Papillon Learning Center and is active in several community organi- zations; Bob Baumgardner is employed by Louisiana Pacific and is a longtime resident of Cloverdale; Janice Ash owns and operates the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe. l i. i Cfovercfa[e Area Church Directory Oat Valley Baptist Church 894-2998 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 894-2951 FHL 894-9238 Parkslde Christian Chapel 894-2893 St. Peter's Catholic Church 894-2535 or 433-5536 Neighborhood Church 894-3445 Seventh-day Adventist Church 894-4989 First Baptist Church 894-3274 United Church of Cloverdai 894-2039 Cioverdale Open Bible Church 894-2210 or 544-0485 Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 894-2393 Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Church of Christ 894-3452 REDWOOD SMORGEq['I'E 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2642 CLOSED TUESDAYS LOUIE & JOYCE VIC'IRIA i I Rally 'round the Richardsons! The Irust fund set up at Bank of America for Chuck and Richardson got a little bit fatter last week, thanks to some specia the part of sc,_hl employees and students at Washington cnool Mr. Giusso s 7th graders raised money for a field trip to visit I Vallejo. They donated the $112 extra they collected to de Ricl The girls' volleyball teams raised $108 for the Richardsons froen ! Sale they sponsored. In addition, school employees set up a booth at the q on June 8, raising $400 to add to the fund. Aubrey, who is still not able to walk very well, was on hand to the checks in person. The Ricbardsons were critically injured in an auto accident i April. Mrs. Richardson is a classroom aide at Jefferson and a aide at Washington. Two GHS graduates recei Kiwanis scholarships to two (30 Geyserville Kiwanis has awarded $600 scholarships members of the Geyserville High School Class of 1991. According to Scott Zumwalt, the Geyserville Scholarship was to Monica Flores. Jamie Tortes was the recipient of the Willia Memorial Scholarship. Monica will attend Stanford in the Fall, while Jamie has been at tic Davis. Both plan to pursue careers as bilingual teachers. With all due regard to 1 Christianity, have you ev seen a Sony that gives Holy Communion? If TV Christianity makes you want to switch charmIs, this Sunday in Clutian fellowship and worship without commacitl interrupdorB. Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Episcopal Church of The Good Sheph'