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Swiss Colony hosts "Welcome "party for Connolly and Band the Connolly, band members, chaperones and parents. barbecue Held in the restful setting of '. Steve the beautiful shaded cour- tyard, complete with music, wine tasting, and a lovely catered buffet, the barbecue was a welcome fitnale to the Vienna trip. at right, Hospitality Manager of Italian who hosted the "Welcome Home" 'nolly and the Cloverdale High School Band last Friday evening, welcomes Mayor Jack Domenichelli, Connolly, and his wife, Winnie. Inheritance Tax drive ROgers, Since hs election in week November 1978, Assem- drive blynan Rogers has been alifornia advocating a bill to abolish a the State Iheritance Tax, r. The which the Assembly Revenue the and Taxation Committee has SUmmary continuously killed. In General November, 1979, Rogers to obtain began forming a Committee of in preparation to qualify this The initiative for the ballot. will Rogers states that, "california's current 'Death Tax' is the highest in the nation, and it is almost 100 percent above the national average. It takes property that has already been fully taxed once.' Rogers cites, "This double tax most affects the middle income family. who can't pay all of the costs of inheritance taxes unless Ihey sell their home and properly. This tragic and devastating tax accounts for only 2n2 percent of Ihe total Slate revenue." Assemblyman Rogers notes (ha. "The proposed initiative stales lhat the only way the tax can be reimposed is by a vote of the people in a general election." Those interested in receiving further information .r obtaining a petition to sign nay write to: I.NH.E.R.I.T. 223 Chester Avenue, Bakersfield. ('alifiwnia. or call t805) 325- Stallions dance to beautiful at $onoma County Fairgrounds of a heritage that takes them elegant high school routine Stallion back through four hundred astride their two beautiful the years of European history, Arabians and his daughter, white where they were involved in who. with her Golden of the many famous battles, as well Palomino, presents a daring world...- as appearing in the grand side-saddle number. Gershwin, halls of reigning nobility. A Dianne Olds performs on and on to little known fact is that, her pair of magnificent an- during World War II, the dalusians in two breath- and the efforts of general George S. taking routines._one in the move Patton saved these noble saddle and one on the long with horses from extinction, line, which means working elegance Also filled with light- her horses out of the saddle. them in- hearted moments, this new using an extra long lead. This production features Derrick World champion trick and Will take Rossaire and "Tony the fancy roper, Rex Rossi, County Wonder Horse" in a side- executes fast, yet graceful, splitting comedy routine rope spinning routines, which Traveling with Derrick are seem to flow from one eye- have his two sons, who perform an filling trick to another with perfect timing and precision. Don't miss this great family entertainment...it's a brand new show, as beautiful as it is exciting. The Royal Lippizan Stallion Show will be at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa on Thursday, July 24, at 8 p.m. Adults $6.50, kids 12 and under and senior citizens $4.50. Tickets available now at Neilson West, Santa Rosa, (707) 542-0757; Emery's Saddlery, Santa Rosa, (707) 542-3660, Frizelli-Enos Company, Sebastopol 707) 823-6404. For additional press inf traffic accidents 2 said. staged a dozen to He said the problem ns serious enough that "we also will address it in cadet training, to make every of. fleer aware of the possibility that accidents may be rigged." s, M.D., Inc. the Removal of his office from st Third St.,Cloverdale to t 1st Street,Cloverclale Qn August 1, 1980 telephone: 894-4229 mmnn MATION. NTED research being done about I'louse Ranch on Hwy. 128 Anyone having any Photographs, artifacts, contact Michelle Turner 253-0618 or 894-3074. Silva's Pharmacy 111 Broad St., Cloverdale 894-5206 I VITAMI N C 500 rag. DOs $1 19 METAMUCIL 21 ounce SPECIAL  effective   i :L Wed. thru i .ii -'; Tues. _:=_ TRY OUR HANDY DRIVE-UP WINDOW Wednesday, July 23, 1980 - Page 3 A lovely courtyard setting, combined with a cool summer Winery in honor of Steve Connolly and his Band's return from breeze, were just the right ingredients for an enjoyable their Vienna trip. Parents and chaperones were also among "Welcome Home" party, staged by Italian Swiss Colony the guests invited to the special occasion. Photos by Janlce. ::::::.::: ......................................................................................................................................... ::::::::;:::::: An experience of a lifetime By GARY CANN (I think it is quite ap- propriate to begin this article by saying "Thank you?" to the businesses, organizations and individuals of Cloverdale for making the CHS Band's trip to Europe a reality. Europe is truly a magnificent place? Everything good that has ever been said about it is multiplied a million times when you really see it. And to have our musical vacation centered in the "capitol of music," Vienna, Austria, could, not have been made made a great experience anywhere else, and if it had even better? not been for Cloverdale's support, we would have It was a real excitement to missed out on this experience meet people of our own age of a lifetime. group from more than 15 countries at the competition Not only were we enriched in Vienna. Although many by the people of Europe, but people did speak English, the physical beauty of Europe music is the universal (Vienna, especially) is language, and nothing we something to behold. The could say in words could architecture (dating back express our excitement and hundreds of years) is almost emolions to one another like too much to believe. At night our music did? There were from a bus window, the ,row friendshivs made that cathedrals and palaces look like 3-dimensional pictures or post cards. The countryside is also beautiful. To my surprise,there are acres and acres of grape vineyards. I had no idea that certain regions of Germany and Austria produce some of the world's best wines. It was like a piece of home? Europe itself is an ex- perience that will be remembered for years to come, and the CHS Band thanks Cloverdale for making it possible. Funds for Conservation CorPs left intact Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., in signing the state's 1980 Budget Act, left intact all funds allocated for support of the California Conservation Coros. The CCC's 1980-81 budget is 11:5 million, a 30. percent idcrease over last year's funding The budget is funded as follows: $21.1 million from Ihe state's General Fund; $335.016 from he Energy Resources Conservation and Development Account; $6.9 million from the federal Young Adul: Conservation Corps: and, the balance in reimbursemenls from other state agencies and corp- smembers who pay for room and meals. public service work each year. "This agency has proved thai discipline and produc- live. hard work can be suc- cessfully exacted from an age group that everybody else seems to have given upon," stated Collins. He added, "Mere bers of the Legislature have praised our cost effectiveness. This ef- ficient use of the taxpayer dollar coupled with the corpsmembers' dedication to service has been the driving force behind the CCC's reauthorization and ex- pansion." The new budget expands the corpsmember work force from 1,524 to 1,824 corp- smembers. Sixty of the new positions are allocated for a new nonresidential urban center while 240 slots have been added to assist the California Department of Forestry in firefighting on a year round basis Under a joint agreement, CCC is supplying 240 corp- smembers to CDF to assist in fire engine support at 40 forest ry stations. During CCC Director B. T. Collins said the overwhelming support given the program was due mainly to the tireless efforts of the Corps' young wome and men who in the past ten monthss logged over 360,000 hours fighting floods and fires. Collins added that corpsmembers complete over two million hours of Store-Wide "Cloverdale's Family Shoe Store" 109 E. First St. nonfire season these corl- snmmbers will work in a vegetation management program. The CCC is also sending three crews from its own ranks to work in CDF's new "Helitack Program." Theseomembers will be trained as front line firefighte who are dropped by helicopter at the initial point of attack. The Corps' solar and energy conservation programs will be increased from 10 to 60 corpsmembers, these corpsmembers will be trained in the fabrication and installation of solar panels. The CCC has in the past year installed solar panels at Brannon Island State Park, Anza Borrego State Park, at the Department of Water Resourses' Pearblossom Pumping Plant, and at various CCC centers. It is estimated that as a result of the solar systems installed by the CCC, 525 gallons of propane are being conserved each day. Yearly, this translates into a $1 million savings to the state. The expansion of the program will allOW the Corps to undertake many more solar projects for state agencies, and, at the same time, allow more youths to be trained in a rapidly expanding profession. The CCC presently operates 21 residential centers, a training academy and one urban center in Central Los Angeles. It employs young women and men, 18 to 23 years of age, for one year of public service work in projects to conserve California's natural resources. 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