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Photography by Mac le High School graduates 68 seniors School in sday L. The on to the and the Band 'by Rev. senior Gary oftbe Manly the by les D. R. , of the the Benediction was by Rev. Richard Riles. Following is a list of the graduating class of 1980. Barnes, Kathleen Patricia Barnhart, Jane Elizabeth Bates, Karen Marie Bermett, Loni Rennee Bischofberger, Heidi Ann Back, Erin Luanne Collins, Brenda Lee Damon, Laura Anne Davis, Jeanine Louise Demolski, Loriann Teresa Den Beste, Margaret Finck, Lisa Gaye Gregory, Donna Lee Greppi, Sharon Lopez, Annette Me.Mill[an, Sandra Lee Miller, Jane Rosanne Mills, Kelley Miehelle Mitlelsladt, Lynmarie Moore. Valerie Ann Pang. Barbara Renish, Mary Rosenthal, Marcie Ann Smott, Robin Stanley, Tina Marie Taber, Deborah Susan Traglia. Ann L. Unger. Alisa Ellen Uselton, Stephanie J. Vega, Irma Vogt, Mary Beth Watts, Tracy Suzzette Allen, Robert Christian Amelung, Cor! Harold Beebe, David Charles Burkhart, Thomas A. Cann, Gary E Cerini, Kevin Michael Chappell, Kelly bill threatens disabled transportation rights in Solano tOUgher get if a SSional this the Public must set- three a stand of by R- ia too cam- of the the ,et of Tran- sportation committeee and may reach the House floor for vote as early as next week. The amendment would provide for a "local option" claim by counties allowing them to set aside only three percent of their federal money to fund accessible transportation, a 40 percent drop from the current federally-ordered figure of at least five percent. The measure is seen as the first legislative challenge to the sweeping Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. That landmark act specifically guaranteed equal access to all public programs and services, such as em- ployment, education housing and transportation, for people with disabilities. More significant than the threat of reduced funding by transit districts, disabled persons' groups fear that if the amendment passes and successfully waters down the governmental standards on transportation it could serve as an ominous precedent for eroding the Rehabilitation Act in other areas as well. "It would throw out the entire Act," Mullins said. "To allow local districts the option to decide how much they want to spend on disabled access would gut the original Act of all its meaning." "This is a most crucial issue," said John Lancaster, a Washington-based lobbyist for the American Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities. "If it isn't stopped here it means we'll have lo go back ten years and start over again." Lobbyists for the leading supporter of the Cleveland Amendment, the American Public Transit Association, contend that providing specially-modified buses and extended routes and services for riders with disabilities is too costly. But Lancaster disputes the cost argument. "The eventual price to society of not mainstreaming disabled individuals is far greater over the long run than complying with the 1973 rules," he said. A number of disabled persons' groups are planning a demonstration in opposition to the Cleveland Amendment Continued on page 15 Cissna, Bryan Cole, Tim Cuneo, Mark P. Daly, Dave Daly, Scott Joseph Davies. Charles Kevin Davis, Roberl Howard Durham. Gary A. Gianoli. Ron Giovanatlo, Angelo Gladden. Scott Forman Hall, Daniel Scott Hun1. Don Mankin, Douglas K Mendez. Roberl Mills. Micheal Andrew Morelock. Lonnie Scott Nelson. Mark Burton ()jeda. Andrew Ralph Palmer. Jeffrey Paqlsen. Montgomery Ra I phoson Pearson, John Raymond SiberI, David Snellgrove, Toby Slark, David Villarreal. Gilberl Rafael Walers, Dan Weidmer, Slan C. Wright, Jeffrey James 00Now Serving00 HEALDSBURG Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Lic. No. SRJH 69 874 I s Residential Commercial Mobile Homes Summer AIR CONDITIONING CHECK Just '20 Senior Citizens DIKount 10% OFF Parts 433-7956 Cloverdale VFW Corner of Cloverdale Blvd. & South St. r,r m ,e lly soks. m.mr.etl or 6,rlN   t,i wte e s t,t I 8t to appear Peak Winery 0fSan bet it Peak ,and a in- *lie,', to and of 1973 by Miss Merriem Lanova, formerly of the famed Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. She is joined in directing the company by Antonio Mendes, formerly principal dancer with the National Ballet of Portugal. Proceeds from this benefit performance will go to the Pacific Dance Theatre. On June 29, the gates will open at 3 p.m. for pienicing in Festival Grove, horse drawn hayrides, winery tours and hiking. The performance begins at 5 p.m. Tickets are available at all BASS outlets, or by writing: Geyser Peak Arts Festival, P.O. Box 66, Geyserville, CA 95441. Ad- mission is $6 for adults and half price for children under 12 and seniors, tax deduc- tible. Please call 707-857-3,302 for further information. Cloverdale's Annual TURTLE RACE Sponsored by the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce July 4th -Cloverdale City Park CASH PRIZES ! Family Fun & Games Turtle hcm from Noon *knd Concert 2 p.m. *$qtmm Dancing 3 p.m. *Chicken Barbecue Serving from 4 p.m. q.lon's Club Fireworks Display AFTER DARK Wednesday, June 25, 1980- Page 3 Old time country dance to be held The Isis Oasis Lodge, located at 20889 Geyserville Avenue in Geyserville will hold an ,)ld time country dance on Sunday, June 29, starting at 2 p.m. There will be live acoustic music by a wide variety of old time siring band musicians, and easy-to-follow in- structions in various country dances: reels, hoedown, polkas, waltzes, schottisches and more. There will also be music for listening. The. Lodge invites the public to attend. You are welcome to bring a partner or come by yourself. Everyone will be able to dance. There will be refreshments available or you may bring a picnic lunch. This is a community, family event. Tickels are $2 and children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. People from Cloverdale who are seeing the Band off Sunday are invited to stop by on their way back from the airport. The Lodge says this will be a fun-filled afternoon and will bring back many memories. For further information you may call 857-3524, 433-5103 or 857-3690. CofC Installation Continued from page I Peterson, wce presOent; anti Meredith Draper, treasurer. Other new directors to be installed are: Jim Wilmarth, r John Pearson, Jan Sinclair, Ray Cavagnaro and Chris Wirtz. Members are invited to attend the evening of en- tertainment and good fellowhips. For further in- formation and tickkets call the Chamber of Commerce office - 894-282. 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