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July 16, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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July 16, 1980

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"I think we need an all around person," said ad- ministrative committee member Steve Congdon with a bit of understatement. Salary for the new iob is $863, which is the bottom rung of the city's salary scale. CROP DUSTERS Councilwoman Vandagriff reported she has received several complaints abouYlbw flying crop dusting planes in populated areas. Police Chief Persons said permits issued by the National Transportation Board allow the low flying. He said one consolation is that crop duster pilots are extremely skilled and have an excellent safety record. EXECUTIVE SESSION An approximately 25 minute long executive session was held by the council during the meeting. City Administrator Bud Groom said the topic was the city airport. He said specifics of the matter will be announced later. ROHNERT PARK No action was taken by the council on a request by the City of Rohnert Park for Cloverdale to support a resolution concerning residential growth in Sonoma and Marin Counties. The Rohnert Park City Council is upset that Marin County residents are moving to Rohnert Park in large numbers because of the high cost of Marin housing. I St. Peter's BBQ a huge success The 25th annual St. Peter's Catholic Church benefit barbecue held Sunday at the City Park in Cloverdale was one of the biggest events of the year, if not the biggest. At least 1700 people were served a delicious steak or chicken dinner and all the various booths were active and busy. Many of the cooks at the annual barbecue have been serving these barbecued steaks and chicken every year the barbecue has been in existence. This year Bob Ioli and John Giampaoli led the cooking crews. Preceeds from the benefit, started 25 years ago by the late Rev. Francis C. Reali, are used for church repairs and maintenance. Over 1700 people waited in line to be served the delicious barbecued steak or chicken at the St. Peter's Catholic Wednesday, July 16, 1980- Page 3 church barbecue held last Sunday at the City Park. Photo by Janice. l Ill y swept the Open Poultry Show at the Sonoma County Fair by ribbons plus other awards. He is shown with judge Walt Hawkins and his Bg the awards last week. Open Poultry at County Fair Cloverdale, SWept the Tuesday County to winning he also best and Show, the of all the all the the best Fulton, in the Brahmas class: Bessie White, Forestville, All English Breeds class: Mrs. Carl Schroeder, Windsor. that's im- won the Cochin, of the Leghorn, of all from Stop here, male of the division, all other least, of all of top Ham- winner and the male of from Leonard, female of of all and & of All the lht male three for NVD; Other Brown illison, female of All male of and five Napa, and one Blue Andalusians: Beverly Lesniak and Ray Lesniak, Sebasl opel, all other Medelerranean breeds class. CalTrans requests more trains S,ate Transportation Director Adriana Gianturco announced today that CalTrans has requested AmTrak to operate second sections of the Coast Starlight passenger trains between Oakland and Los Angeles this summer to meet heavy demands for the service. The Coast Starlight, which operates between Los Angeles and Seattle, has been AmTrak's most heavily used long-distance train for Ir the last several years In the summer of 1979, when the train was sold out weeks in adance, the average daily ridership often exceeded 1,000 passengers. Ridership on the Coast Starlight for the first quarter of 1980 was 15 percent higher than the same period in 1979. "To relieve the problem of inadequate capacity on the West Coast, we request that AmTrak operate second sections of the Coast Starlight on a daily basis between Oakland and l.,os Angeles," Gianturco stated in a recent letter to Alan Boyd, President of AmTrak. Second sections of the Coast Starlight would follow the existing daily train run by five or ten minutes to Portraits Summer Dollar Days One 5x7 color portrait ,IOO regular $2.95  Offer expires * Age limit - 12 yrs. 2 or 3 children together add $1.00. * Select from several poses and scenic backgrounds. Additional portraits from original package at our regular pr,,ces: Each 57 or set of 4 wallets $2.95 and Each 8x10 $5.90. Copies and enlargements available at higher prices. No appointment necessary Charge it Save 20%-30% on photo packages. ! Choose from three assortments of 8x 10's, 5x7's and wallet I size. See your Pixy photographer for details. JCPenney Hainer, 415 Center Street Healdsburg July 17-18-19 Daily til 5:30 - Fri. til 6 p.m. Lunch 1-2 p.m. eliminate any problems with interference of freight trains. The two sections would be considered as a single train for dispatching and operational purposes. Gianturco noted that running the additional equipment should not create any operational problems. "Second sections are frequently operated on north- south routes during peak seasons on the East Coast. Also. the Broadway Limited (serving lhe Chicago-New York-Washington corridor) has operated with two sec- tions during peak periods," Gianturco noted in her letter to Boyd. Equipment for the second sections should be readily "available from AmTrak stock, and would include full dining cars, lounge cars and the popular dome coaches. I O SCO "The RA Family Store" 790 S. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-5331 RASCO MONTEREY ':,u :ho*ce of tO0# acryhc /aoyaJ Gal.;en ttorats or "W*ndsot" Pastel soho colors ,n a l:ly-acryhc blend Bothaefuize. 72"xgO" Reg 599 88 TODAY! Only 50' down holds each blanket! NO SERVICE (NO. OR card. Riviera Nachine washable woven acrylic blankel with nylon binding 7T' x 90-. Full size Your Choice of solid colors. 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