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-T] steps taken to abolish inheritance tax Rogers llart collecting this initiative when the will with an and Summary In over 600,0 la si00natures00metime,nearl00 Whi,e,here is pendin00 Ca'i'orn'a's Inheri'ance Assemb',man 00oger's y took December. The initiative will legislation that will reduce rate is the highest in the proposed initiative abolishes towards be on the ballot for the next the Inheritance Tax slightly, nation, and it is almost 100 the entire tax, and prohibits on the statewide election after it meerly postpones, by a few percent above the national the legislature from placing the State November. 1980. short years when the State average. It taxes property any type of a tax on any gift by sub- Since his election in confiscates your property, that has already been fully or inheritance without the Attorney November, 1978, Assem- Rogers' feels there is a need taxed once. The penalty is specific approval of the aeopy of the blyman Rogers has been to abolish the entire greatest in the middle income people through another advocating a bill to abolish Inheritance Tax and provide family, who can't pay all of election. the Inheritance Tax, which guarantees that the the Inheritance Taxes Those interested in the Assembly Revenue and legislature won't re-enact it unless they sell their home receiving further information Taxation Committee has without a vote of the people, and property. With all of the or obtaining a petition to sign continuously defeated. In His initiative will do this. difficulties it places on the when they become available November, 1979 Rogers Otherwise, the legislature family and friends of the may write to: INHERIT, 23, began forming a committee may reimpose the full tax deceased, the Inheritance Chester Avenue, Bakersfield, in preparation to qualify an after the current tax revolt Tax is only 212 percent of the Calif., 93301, or call 805-325- initiative for the ballot, interest dies down. total State Revenue. 5868. Clerk's Corner SOme items Parents who for some recreation Human Corp. ) : 10-16. 10-14 yrs, families. cost. 523- PARENT- 5 weeks in varying school. kin- 12 years. .Recreation. field trips, tennis, biking, swim, crafts, movies. Minimal costs. 433- 7836. A.MERICAN DIABETES ASSOC. CAMPS: For diabetic children. One week in July, for 2nd-llth grades; $II0.; write Diabetes Assn., 1261 Lincoln Ave., Suite 208, San Jose, 95125. Two week camp at Bear Skin Meadow; 6-18 yrs; call 415-731-5113 or write Diabetic Youth Foundation, 1128 Irving St., San Francisco 94122. Locally, call 528-4151. CAMP KAOS: (United Cerebral Palsy): One-week day camp in Aug. in Doyle Park. for individuals with developmental disabilities (mainly physical). Crafts, soccer, baseball, wheelchair sports, singing. No charge. Bring a lunch. 544-3448. EL RANCHO NAVARRO: 20-day overnight camps in Philo, in July, August. 7-15 yr., including special needs children. 763-1248. CAMP LITTLE BEAR: Overnight camps, from June 29 o July 26. Girls, 6-13 yr. $80-week. 528-8578. CAMP REDWOOD GLEN: (Salvation Arym): Weekly residential camps, June 24- July 28. 9-12. $75 week; some camperships available 542- 0981. PEOPLE FOR ECONOMIC OP- PORTUNITY: Trips to Great American and County Fair 8-13 yrs. 544-6911. SANTA ROSA INDIAN CENTER: For native American kids-day camp with continuing enrollment, July-early August, Mon-Fri, 9:30a.m. to 3 p.m. Culturally related recreation, arts, crafts, field trips, films, swim lessons. 5-15. 527-8711. SONOMA COUNTY CAMP FOUNDATION : Provides scholarships for 1-2 weeks of resident ial summer camp for Sonoma County residents who are 8-19 yrs. and meet their income guidelines. 10 camps; include horseback riding, swim. archery, etc. Includes special needs children and counselor-in - training 15-19. 526-4022. GEYSERVILLE DAY CAMP: June 23 to Sept. 26, 2 wk sessions, Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Optional overnight. Nature hikes and hints, swim, horse rides, drama. Approx. $4 a day. 857-3855. GIRL SCOUTS: Weeldy da37 camps, June-August, grades I-9, $7.50-$20. Resident camp in Occidental, 539-2202. These are just a few of the camp program ideas listed for your information on lhe bulletin board at City Hall. Last, but not least. CLOVERDALE RECREATION DEPT: Call Lou Thompson at the City Park at 8943677, and watch for D.)u's recreation column in the Reveille. HAPPY SUMMERING KIDS! Wednesday, July 2, 1980 - Page 11 t Bounce I Scotch Buy Aqua.fresh I Prell I ,, Pepsodent Fabric Softener ] Paper Plates Toothpaste I Shampoo ]'::Joothbmsh ' In acontestwithoverT00contestantseompetingfrom ages 6 months to Gyears, little Roberta . : " -., s oe co,e- i! " Lopez. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lopez of Cloverdale was awarded tltis huge trophy for [ '  40 s,,,, I "  "^ unt .'c 0fF' 8.2 ounce, [ :: ec 0F[ trel* or I1 ..... " winning the Sonoma County Supreme Princess Beauty Contest, sponsored by the Loyal Order ".  ;,., ,,% i --- :,.  L.' ]4g "It oItheMooseNo. 458. The contest was held on June 22 in Santa Rosa. Her trophy wili be on J&i0017110000_11_11= 00.--NlIH I "gt display at the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Janice. *************** * ****************  . * American Legion Au iliary . X : Safeway For COMPARE ,, " 100 coun! OFF ONE-STOP OUR PRICES $11[ By DENAGAMBETTA with Wilson Ouyand, taking and gave to each alovely bud first with citation and check vase with the auxiliary AND SAVE! ,o amount of $10 for his emblem on it. Irene Ferrari SHOPPING Well, ye old corn- poster. We congratulate and Dena Gambetta each munications chairman is these young people and hope received one since they were back from Hawaii? Wouldn't they win on state level. District Drill & Ritual ,, * ,k * r "k ,k ,k ,k "k '* 'k , , * * , you know it Hawaii's Ruby Vadon, received first Chairmen and Education American Legion Auxiliary place with a citation for the Chairmen respectively. On was holding its state con- best Past President's Parley Thursday of this week, the :rs vention in Honolulu, Hawaii, report; Henrietta Ruppert Drill and Ritual Team Swabs while we were there! took first for her Music report motored to Calistoga where Extra Absorbent. William Russell Ledford with a citation; Elsie Karr they did the honors of in- 60 count 300 count Unit 293, American Legion received a citation for her stalling their new officers. Auxiliary had another busy Membership Quota, being the Did you know that our unit week. On Sunday several of first in the District. By the is registered with the Sonoma the members attended the way Elsie says we have only County Library, for in- Fifth District pre-convention seventeen more members to formation and reference caucus inHealdsburg. At this reach our quota, and to services that our unit t .l=  . Ct .t time all end-of-year reports repeat our last years performs for the community? re ' r Noxzema s h are given, and awards given achievement in membership. This is the 203rd an- tU  Crp_  to the most outstanding unit's Please help Elsie reach her niversary of our American Pan., Shields * . * * * Shave m M0uthwa 411 reports. Well, believe it or goal, please pay your dues Flag. Let us all fly the flag " ............. ': k not our little unit; took today, this year in a united display 30 count  ' J ' 1 2, o,: , nquets I ,t,. OOF, practically all top awards in Marie Hill. Girls State of our patriotism. We sense, : * ./ .,   - 11 ounce Label  all the 24 programs that the Chairman, received a from all quarters, that there *lBg Scotch Buy. liP'  ,lOg ,13g auxiliary sponsors. (We feel citation for best report in her is a greater degree of unity lO lb. Bag # this is greatly due to the fact program, while Irene Wehr among the American people : that we not only do the things received best unit report today than at any time in * -It we do, but our Cloverdale citation in Foreign Relations; recent history, quote from t Reveille publishes the facts, Donna Wooidridge received our department adjutant's Bufferin   Desitin Raid and we supplement each best Energy Conservation column Donald J. Michalske.  g Kill report with the Reveille award with citation; with On Monday the Executive Tablets " * * n Care u er clippings. Thank you Irene Ferrari, receiving Boardof the Auxiliary met at * * ' ,g$ ' "  :  Cloverdale Reveille. citation for best Drill & the ,home of our new  *{'g F k'''='''-'=   *E? Report; Dona Gem-presidentL,eeSilvers, to plan 100 count 1(  F " * ',: . lo oe  *3.s ,. "k Theresa Tollini, received Ritual : , * * .k.k.k,  *" * . * * " first prize for the best betta ,eceived first in best for our new wbudget, and to ",   " ,= ....  :' fdgl Veterans Affairs and communications program discuss other pertinent ' ' , sIT,,, 00'!111 Rehabilitation program; Lee with a special citation; and business for the coming year i 1 Silvers received first in Mildred Allen receiving such as revising fir Cn" AUxiliary Emergency Fund citation for best report on stitution and By Laws, what "" " I program; in Americanism, Children and Youth. There to do about the recent bgak- * * * * * * * .k * * Arla Mae Bogner recefveO were several other firsts ins at the refreshment stand I I Safeway Film I first in her program with a whose chairman didn't give at the City Park, etc., etc. l:s-  lovely citation, plus we are so out citations, while there This is the second breaK-in we I I- '1" I ,,ood of Kathleen Hare, who were others who were absent have had this year, and we i-  Prints. Ro, 1 I received a citation and ten for the day. Viola Mack can't afford many more, I' :i dollarsforherNo, oneEssay received a gift for her first sincethisisouronlymeansof ...... in Group II. We are proud of outstanding report on raising funds for our eom- L you Kathleen and hope you Education. Much munity projects. are a winner on state level, congratulations goes to all of In the Poppy program, these cbairmen for their The next auxiliary and ********* *****,k ,k*****rr''***'*'k*r**.********* Claudia Reck, Chairman, diligent and outstanding legion meeting will be on Jtdy won first in her poppy report, services to their community, 9th at 7:30 p.m. with refresh- IK HURRY! HURRY! * first for Miss Western POppy state and nation for 1979-80. ments and 8 p.m. meeting, at report, with first place going The district president time all delegates to Ethel which SUNDAY, JULY 6 is WJ "k to Gary Bato and a citation Wycoff then thanked all of the convention will report to I 6ill.y,s i J & e to= N=rmm * ' the last day for you to , , and check of $I0.' in group I, her officers and chairmen the membership? t Mr. Table Wine i ,,,, uin S ,; .-j:,::.- SAVE s2.00 ON TICKETS TO , A , .... ,,,..,., . ,..o,,.,,,, ' ...... MARINE WORLD a ,/1|| = "lff| 00E,B" W?mensSoftb00,, " When you buy them at SAFEWAY " " IR "  Great Artists ,,,,-, ' Deer High Life * ]  , , ......... , ................. ' ....... J ,It y EDDIE DAVIS the second game. Winning Kathy Green was the winning ,.  .... c.., .,,.o,,,ao. ,o,,oao,, II j BooklVanGoghoalyW .It pitcher was Carla Seymore pitcher, alsogoing3 for4at ...==._.....> "It ; Book"  h, 2S. o 9,., "k with help at the bat from the plate. Linda Cole was 2 d/., (. h,/ .-,. , ,, ., o o w**, - ..- m,,o,,,.,,  ,,.,.,. In the first game of the Ronda Siebert going 5 for 5. for 3 for Morgan Wood to lead s,o,,o-s,lC,t,,,.,,, .,,u, " night Jr. Samples defeated and Debbie Reed going 4 for their hitters. A PIECE EACH WEEK ANO $AV! 0[L*IO{IH T,. we. ,.=,=.: Century 21 10 to 4. Winning 5., Leading hitter for ',,,o [INII pitcher was Jean Vipon while Cloverdale Disposal was .................................... .,If [ 8" Skillet $11.88 "It ,,. Faye Bill took the Io. Sue Patty Wyatt ,going 3 for 3. ZndHalfndings Mingares lead Jr. Samplesat Universal Painting Un!versalPainging 3 0 . ,--,--,---,- ....  , ,..It (:7:: B.Y.O.B. to SAFEWAY ,m ,,,,. ,, ,No., . s,.., s,** the plate going 3 for 4. Janet remained undefeated by Morgan Wood 2 l mt,=o,,,,.,,,=,,.,'so=,.,,,,..  ,. 3Crefundoneveryblrrelbl and Kathy Hulbert each hit 2 downing Morgan Wood by a Jr. Samples 2 1 M'm, Conta Costa. Aladl, Smta Ctll, Sin F,,,,.o,,,.  m,,o, s.**, c,.. .a o.w . re-utmd to stuck your grocer* -pmel n effr m vlcmmle r F. Sdes ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,  ieDoublebpmcmmtN for 3 for Century 21. score of 16 to 7. Julie Mc- MamaNina's 1 2 * * * * *  * * , *' " 'k ,k *, *" "Jr * Mama Nina's defeated Cullough lead the painting Cioverdale Disposal 1 2 CIoverdale Disposal 19 to 9 in team at bat going 4 for 5. Century 21 0 3