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Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
July 2, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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her painting "Old Cannery Row at wa a $25. bond award from the First h= the Art Commission's recent exhibit in she majored in photo journalism and three ago as a hobby. She took Berg and at the Santa Rosa Junior live in Cloverdale and she is the ildren. For eight years she worked for the photographer and news reporter. Photo Ruth Schmidt was the winner of the Bank of America $50. bond award at the Cloverdale Art Commission's annual Art Exhibit in June. She is shown with her prize winning oil painting '*Sunlight in the Redwoods." She has had a life-long interest in painting but has only studied seriously, she said. for the past six years. While living in Santa Clara she studied under Tom Sparacino. When she moved to Cloverdale she studied water color painting in Mr. Connolly's Santa Rosa Junior College class. She also attended Adele Pruitt's classes at the Orange Tree. She says Cloverdale is a good place for an artist, as there is so much to paint here. Photo by Janice conditioner use and save easy, "no the high mg this and Electric ising its pay a energy Public has three-tier discourage PG&E's Manager. con- , average bill will be ' before" she L 00,nsumers $ want to reduce air con- ditioner use, the following are ways to keep homes com- fortable on hot days: - Cool by evaporation-an evaporative cooler brings in warm outside air and cools it by passing it through water- conled celhdose pads. It also uses only 25 percent of the energy used by mechanical air conditioning. - Weatherstrip and insulate these energy-saving methods aren't just for the cold months Proper weatherization will keep hot air from coming inside. - Sun glasses for the win- daws - outdoor solar control screens block the sun while still allowing some Eght and filed by District Gene L. I today that a civil suit & alleged Act. result of the Santa carried of of the of The during .ears to the Depart- for tires or front end alignment. The consumers were then told that they needed extensive front end work including the replacement of numerous parts. Some consumers refused the work and took their cars to other repair facilities for another in- spection. The second facilities indicated that such repairs were entirely un- necessary, and m some cases, the repair facilities contacted the Bureau of Automotive Repair. Making these kinds of representations in the sale of Gall Packer at June 28, will be artist unique will be and an- from in the ai'ea. been on of June display in areas 'and Ohio, State Arts and resident of Sonoma County and has been active in printmaking for the last 6 years. She has shown her work throughout California and particularly the Bay Area as well as Ohio. In 1979, she won an Honorable Mention for *'Trenton Road" at the California State Fair Art Show in Sacramento and First Prize at the Sixteenth Annual Statewide Art Show in Santa Rosa for *'Trenton Road". Galls etchings are distinguished from other prints (wood cut, silk screen, lithograph) by the way they are inked and printed. The image is actually etched onto a metal plate, the plate is inked so that the scratches put through the etching press LEGAL NOTICE s hereby COUncil of for an or- cam - )ning he City or final regular held on , at or the in the dl. The is en- ,oning Or- of the City of Cloverdale, as amended, containing the comprehensive zoning regulations of the City currently in force. A certified copy of the proposed ordinance as in- traduced is available at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall at Cloverdale, California, for inspection and copying by the public, and anyone interested in the ordinance may use such copy at the City Hall during regular business hours in the office of the City Clerk. A summery of the proposed ordinance is as follows: It contains use, bulk, height, setback, and similar regulations for land uses in zoning districts identified as estate residential, single- family residential, two family residential, multiple family residential, office and multi-family residential, general commercial, limited commercial, thoroughfare view through the window. Keep windows, shades and drapes closed during the day and open them at night to let in the cool evening air. - Plant now, save later - plant a tall-growing decidious shade tree to the south, west or east. Even if it won't help you this summer, it will block the sun in future summers and let in solar heat during the winter. - Ventilate the attic - a good ventilation system draws air from the shadier, cooler side of the house and exhausts hot air. Heat-producing ap- pliances - don't use dish- washers, ranges, washers, dryers and other heat- Attorney automotive repair services constitutes a violation of the California Automobile Repair Act, as well as false ad- vertising and unfair com- petition. The civil complaint filed by Deputy District Attorney Arnold D. Rosen- field asks for $2,500 per violation for each act of false advertising and unfair competition committed by Sears. District Attorney Gene L. Tunnery indicated that the case culminated a iong4erm investigation by the Bureau of Automotive Repair based upon reports by both con- Souverain at considerable pressure so that the paper is forced into the inked areas and the image is thus transferred. Gall uses multiple plates (2 to 4) to create the unique colors in her prints. She prints all her work herself and all are done in limited editions. producing appliances. Turn off lights and television sets when not in use. Raise temperature set- tings now - set the thermostat to a higher level at the beginning of the cooling season. As summer goes on, you'll find that 80 to 82 degrees is comfortable on hot days. A free PG&E booklet, "Cooling Your Home More Efficiently," gives more tips. on how to keep summer bills down. The booklet is available at any PG&E office or by calling the company's Energy Conservation Center toll-free 800-792-8000. In area codes 714 and 805, call collect 415-543-2073. sumers and other repair facilities, and marked a cooperative effort between the public, industry, and governmental agencies in an attempt to combat unlawful sales techniques in the automobile repair industry. "It is my office's desire to bring this prosecution to a successful result to serve not only as a method of correc- ting a previous wrong, but also to act as a long-term deterrent in the future against the type of conduct alleged to have occurred in this matter," Tunney added. Souverain is located about 3 miles north of Healdsburg, at the Independence Lane turnoff from Highway 101. Winery tours and wine lastings ave available seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Apprentice Dennis Cain reports for duty Coast Guard Seaman, Office, Hampton Roads, Apprentice Dennis M. Caine, Norfolk, Va. son of Virginia M. and Raymond Caine Jr. of 121 A 1979 graduate of Champlain Ave., Cloverdale, Cloverdale High School, he Calif., has reported for duty joined lhe Coast Guard in at Coast Guard Marine Safety August 1979. qt LEGAL NOTICE commercial, service com- mercial, general industry district, planned community district, planned unit development combining district, study district, hillside residential district, district combinations, primary flood plain district and secondary flood plain combin!ng district. The ordinance is for the ad- ministration of the zoning plan generally, with provision for use and variance permits, rezonings and enforcement proceedings. Provision is made for lawful non- conforming uses and structures, for prezoning of unincorporated territory and for special or unique uses. Off-street and commercial parking of vehicles is regulated in relation to uses and provision is made for design review intended uses. Signs are regulated and allowed according to land LEGAL NOTICE use. The ordinance also provides for the organization and functioning of a design review committee. The proposed ordinance has been found by the City Council to be consistent with the general plan of the City and to conform to the requirements of enabling legislation and the general law of the State of California, particularly the Planning and Zoning law as contained in the Government Code of California. Reference is made to the certified copy of the or- dinance posted in the office of the City Clerk for further particulars.- Dated: June 30, 1960 Signed: Barbara Peugh City Clerk by direction of the City Council Published 7-2-80 Wednesday, J, 2, 1980- Pa, :e 15  Shown in picture are the winners of the Merchants' Association Mystery Contest. First place of $400 in mer- chandise went to Kathleen Daly, back row center; second place winner of $Z55 in merchandise was Julie Carver, standing at left. Third place winner was a group of six people, who worked together. They split $155 in merchandise. Shown kneeling are two of the group, Alan Silva and Angela Rile. Others in the group were Tim Persons, Susie Weidmer, Kelly Mills and Bruce Humphrey. Chairmen of the event were Mac McClure, shown at right, and Judy Schutz. not in picture. Photo by Janice. 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