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! Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille. July 17, 1991 !, its official/ Two Cloverdale Volunteer Firefighter recently completed their Fire- fighter I training at the Fire Academy. Gary DeRosier is employed by the City of Cloverdale, and has only been a volunteer firefighter a little over a year. Melanee Southard, on the other hand, has been a volunteer for about five years and has finally decided she wants to pursue firefighting as a full time career. Congratulations to both of you! Medical billing and forms assistance will soon be available to local seniors Beginning Wednesday, July 24th, Dorothy Johnson from the Council on Aging will be available, by ap- pointment, here in Cloverdale for seniors who need assistance with Medicare, Medi-Cal or private in- surance billing, or who may have other questions pertaining to forms. Dorothy's expertise lies in helping Seniors fill out and interpret forms - for insurance, SSI, Tax credit, etc. She will now be in Cloverdale the 4th Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to Noon at King's Valley, and from Noon tO 2 p.m. at the Senior Multi-Purpose Center. In home consultations can be ar- ranged for persons who are home- bound. To schedule an appointment, phone the Senior Center at 894-4826 or Kings Valley at 904-2961. Local drivers are.formidible Fireplace [ contenders at Uktah Speedway Cont'd.fromPg. 1 persistent challenges of Clover- dale's Wifbonner for nearly half of the 25 lap 6t. In a special appearance by a select group of IMCA type Modi- fied drivers, Cloverdale's "Stormin' Norman" Boucher managed to hold off spectator favorite Wayne Crayford to claim the victory in their evening finale. Boucher earlier took the Trophy Dash honors, while Crayford recorded the victory in the heat race. In another special race, pitting the "Old Time" Ukiah Speedway Alumni Drivers against each other in their annual competition, past Super Stock driver, Tom Caturegli out- drove his competitors to claim the victory in the ten lap sprint. 1990 Point Champion, Mike Mar- tin, made it two in a ro.w by claiming his second consecutive Late Model Feature Event Victory Saturday night at Ukiah Speedway. Earlier Late Model action saw Steve "Tiny" Kruger victorious in the B Trophy Dash and Martin the winner in the A Trophy Dash. Alaska's Bob Lozano took top hon- ors in the First Heat Competition, making his final appearance before returning home to the north country. Cloverdale's Mike Caturegli was first to the checkered in the Second Heat. Jalopy action saw Ukiah's Rex Yaw capture his first career Main Event victory, holding off the Full scale recycling program underway at Healdsburg Hospital account for a lot of waste," said Karl. HGH employees are being encour- aged to bring in their own mugs and glasses for beverages, and styrofoam cups have been prohib- ited for some time. Every single desk and workspace at both the hospital and its adjoining physicians offices, have been outfit- ted with individual recycling cans. The 200 cans were donated by Empire Waste Management in their effort to encourage company recy- cling. The staff at Heaidsburg General, and its physician office staff mem- bers, are devoted to this new pro- gram. They are encouraging other employers in the area to follow suit. "We only have one earth," said HGH Community Relations Liaison Ellen Johnson, "and we, at Healdsburg General, plan to do our part in saving it!" Healdsburg General Hospital has taken on the commitment of a full scale recycling program. In an effort to help save the earth and ensure a beuer environment for this generation and those to come, HGH, along with its 27 adja- cent physicians offices in the Healdsburg Medical Plaza and Prentice Medical Park, are now recycling paper, cardboard and alu- minum. Karl Beavers of Cloverdale is HGH's dietary supervisor. She has made several small, but significant, changes in the cafeteria, as well. She has switched from using disposable paper plates to reusable plastic ones, and has replaced individual creamer and sugar packets with a cream pitcher and sugar dispenser. "Those individualized packets of sugar, creamer, ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise really add up and 3 Games for $1 Hardware JULY 91 Naho! at T V WH!LE SUPPliES LAir XN'rlV,A: Variable Timer with Night Light Four random settings turn ON & OFF at slightly varying times to avoid "timer" took. Auto nite light 01758 1 27!9 AS Advertised On Nat{ona T V W, t4IL 5UPPLIE5 LAST Fri., July 19 Sat., July 20 Sun., July 21 CLOVERDALE BOWL I10 Healdsburg Ave 894-3282 wroR rutw Heavy Duty Puncture Seal Non-flammable formula seals punc- tures & inflates tire to full driving pressure. 18 oz. 827B! 3.AAart.,,Geilon i LTi Naltonal T V o.-..o. I MI Sturdy plastic can has snap-lock cover to secure rubbish Ace logo t?ti_. iOn can&lld Red or brown  pr00r Pulldn "Sl'Scr&plngg" ftlirllg _ Insect Killer U.S.A. Three fast acting formulas to kill . " wasps, ants & roaches or flying bugs II /hite SUllle$ Last =,,," "'7." Safe72e;,,6 toz27use; non-staining( 15 oz. / UANTI'I'II$ I.IMITI:D 1, C. AN DO IT WITH  Sciaini's Hardware 124 'S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2165 Man-Sat 8:00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00 Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4401 order to collect "'worst case seen- erie" data. A total of 20 PM10 meas- urements were taken at the Califor- nia Division of Forestry facility and at the Veterans Hall. Using the actual meteorology information to validate the WYNDvalley program, a final computer model simulation was developed to evaluate the com- bined impacts of the several pro- r, osed housing developments on [he area's air quality. The computer model although there will be an in PM10 emissions, the remain within allowable formulated by the emission rate per for the new housing based on clean burning the type advocated by woodburning device Good Shepherd's will focus on Healing and M The Lecture-Sermon at the Church of the Good Shepherd next Sunday, July 21, will be on Healing and Miracles. Medical science acknowledges that 85% of all medical symptoms are sourced in psychological and/or spiritual problems. Therefore, true healing must be found in these areas or the healing power is, at best, on "hold". Concerning miracles, tlY ] go unnoticed. It is dramatic miracle is they are noticed. British recognizes their journalizes them. cine, likewise, recognizes curailce. Persons interested in of concern are welcome- service starts at 9:30 a.m. THEY REPRESENT YOU FEDERAL President George Bush - The White House, WashingtOn,'J 20510, Phone: (202) 456-1111 Fax. 202-456-2461 Senate - Alan Cranston, 45 Polk St., San Francisco, CA and John Seymour, US Senate, Washington, 13(2 20510 (202) 224-3841 Congress - 1st District, Frank Riggs, 777 Sonoma Ave. Santa Rosa 95404 (707) 578-9550 or (202) 225-3311 STATE Assembly - 8th District, Bev Hansen, Rosa, CA 95404 Phone: (707) 546-4500 Senate - Barry Keene, 50 "D" St., #128, Santa Rosa, CA Phone: (707) 576-2774 COUNTY Supervisor - 4th District, Nick Esposti, 575 Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Phone: (707) 527-2241 CITY City Council - Mayor Erlene Pell, Councilmen John Tom Sink, Jim Teague and Councilwoman Carol Chase, Cloverdale Blvd., Cioverdale, CA 95425 Phone: (707) 894- With SUMMER WORKS r for all ages Every Classes held Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club 4-5 p.m. 5-6 p.m. Jazz 6-7 p.m., Tap For Info Call Nancy 895-3188 KASSEBAUM & KASSEBAUM, REALTORS 105 E. 1st St., Suite G IN BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN CLOVERDALI 894-4257 THE FAMILY Many people ask "Who is the other Kassebaum?" They usually are surprised to hear that "the other Kassebata is my daughter, Yasmine. She got her real estate licenSe when she was 18 and she is my partner. Here's some more of the family behind the name! YASMINE KASSEBAUM Yasmine will be entering her senior year at U.N.R. August. She completed two years at the Santa Rosa and then transferred to Reno., Yasmine is working Harrah's Hotel while she is attending the university. GABE KASSEBAUM Gabe has been working at Chateau Souverain decided in January to go to school at U.N.R., also. has moved from Santa Rosa to Reno and is just his college career. Gabe is working for Bally's while he is attending the university. EVENSTAR KASSEBAUM Evenstar has just completed her sophomore ear CHS. She has enrolled in and been accepted Yr the Rotary Student Exchange Program and will be leaving for Australia in August. She will be living and going school in Australia for one year as a CHS Studeta Representative of the Cloverdale Rotary. *************************** As a single parent of three children raised Cioverdale and educated in Cloverdale public I am proud to say that my' children are high achievers and they will most probably play a in the future development of Cloerdal. Though Kassebaum & Kassebath'n, Realtors real estate office by comparison to the larger it is, nevertheless, the office where a proud works supporting her family. So, now when someone asks "Who's the other KaS baum", you will know the answer! KASSEBAUM & KASSEBAUM, REALTORS 894-4257