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Poe 4. Cloverdale Reveille, July 24, 1991 Reveille Staff changes announced This week marks some staff primary purpose is to report changes at the Reveille with the Cloverdale news in every area departure of former editor Mary Jo including city government, schools, Winter. your community projects and Mary Jo set a high standard for the fundraisers as well as the Reveille during her four year tenure accomplishments and achievements and we will make every effort to of local residents. uphold it. Let us hear from you often. Bonny J. (B.J.) Hanchett will Try to submit your material as serve as Editor. Roberta Lyons has early in the week as you can. been named Associate Editor. Robin Deadline is Friday noon for news Kramer, a native of Cloverdale and a items. Journalism graduate from Santa We welcome your ideas and RosaJC hasjoined the Reveille staff suggestions of ways to improve the in the newswriting and layout Reveille. Remember, this is notjust departments, a business. The Reveille will continue to The Reveille is your local welcome your news items. This is a newspaper serving as a link between community newspaper and its you andyour community. BJH Blood Bank notes shortage in three nort t i ay counties Blood bank of the Redwoods&apos;to- day announced that, like the rest of the nation, Sonoma, Lake and Men- docino counties are experiencing a minor blood shortage, but stressed the local shortage is far from grave at this time. Blood Bank of the Redwoods Donor Recruiter, Loft Irwin, out- lined the local situation, "For those who have considered becoming a blood donor, now is the time. Sum- mer blood donations characteristi- cally drop off throughout the coun- try, and our tri-county area is no exception. Many regular donors are vacationing at this time, so we must attract new donors to fill our needs." "Potential donors with the most common blood types...O Positive and A Positive...are particularly needed, as well as O Negative do- nors. "We are very fortunate that resi- dents in Sonoma, Lake and Men- docino counties are consistently re- spondent to blood needs," Irwin continued, "and we feel certain they will continue to come forth as these needs increase. As a result, we feel confideni in our ability to maintain a stable invenm---y' Prospective doheS are welcome to visit the blood bank but are re- quested to phone in advance for an appointment. "Because we've been calling approximately 50 donors per day to ask them to give brood," Irwin stated, "our scheduling can be right at times, so it's very important that interested donors phone us to make an appointment." In conclusion Irwin said, "Giving blood takes only 30-40 minutes, and the pint of blood a person donates can help save the lives of up to three individuals. What better way is there to spend a half hour than helping save a life?" The Blood Bank of the Redwoods is located at 2324 Bethards Drive, and is open for donations in Santa Rosa on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and on Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Ukiah center, located at 655 Kings Court, is open for donations on Tuesday and Thurs- day from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and on Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, please con- tact Lori Irwin at 545-1222. BLM ,to eradicate pot growing on public lands The Bureau of Land Manage- ment's (BLM) ongoing efforts to eradicate marijuana on public lands throughout California will begin this week and continue through the sum- mer. Users of public lands are being alerted so that if they see law en- forcement equipment and personnel on public lands, they will know that the Bureau has begun its annual pro- gram to remove marijuana from public lands. "BLM's intentions are simply to Get into the swim of things at the Cloverdale City Pool The Sonoma County YMCA opened the Cloverdale Pool on Wednesday, J.une 26th. To welcome the citizens of Clo- verdale, the YMCA opened the pool with free admission to all. The YMCA is offering four 2- week sessions of swimming lessons. Session I - July 1-12 Session II - July 15-26 Session III - July 29-Aug. 9 Session IV - Aug. 12-23 They are also offering two na- tional YMCA swimming programs: Skippers II for ages 4 & 5, and the Progressive Swim Program for ages 6-14. The pool is open 7 day a week. The Monday thru Friday schedule is: Swim Lessons 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Public Swim - 1:15 - 5:00 p.m. Adult Lap Swim - 5:15 - 6:15 p.m. Saturday the pool opens at 11 a.m. for 2 hours of Public Volleyball. Public Swim is held on both Saturday and Sunday from 1:15 - 5:00 p.m. The YMCA is offering a special "family rate" from 4:00-5:00 p.m. The cost is only $3 for 2 adults and up to 3 children. Regular pool fees are: Children (4-12) - 75 Juniors (13-18) - $1 Adults (18 +) - $2 Seniors (65 +) - $1 The YMCA is also selling Family Season Passes which cost $120 and covers 2 adults and up to 3 children 7 days a week all summer long. They are also selling Lap Swim Cards which consist of 10 swims for $15. If you have any questions, please call the Cloverdale Swimming Pool at 894-3236, or the Sonoma County Family YMCA at 545-9622. Have a great summer! ----- THEY REPRESENT YOU--- FEDERAL President George Bush - The White House, Washington, DC 20510, Phone: (202) 456-1111 Fax. 202-456-2461 Senate - Alan Cranston, 45 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94012 and John Seymour, US Senate, Washington, DC 20510 Phone: (202) 224-3841 Congress - 1st District, Frank Riggs, 777 Sonoma Ave., Ste. 329, Santa Rosa 95404 (707) 578-9550 or (202) 225-3311 STATE Assembly - 8th District, Bey I-Iansen, 50 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404 Phone: (707) 546-4500, Senate - Barry Keene, 50 "D" St., #128 Santa Rosa, CA 95404 Phone: (707) 576-2774 COUNTY '. Supervisor - 4th District, Nick Esposri, 57'5 Administration Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Phone: (707) 527-2241 CITY City Council - Mayor Erlene Pell, Councilmen John Doble, Tom Sink, Jim Teague and Councilwoman Carol Chase, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 Phone: (707) 894-2521 make the public lands safe for all to enjoy and to send a clear message to growers that public lands will not be used for illegal purposes," according to State Director Ed Hastey. BLM's 1991 SAFE (Safe Access through Federal Enforcement) Pro- gram will be conducted in three phases - detection, verification, and eradication. Neither actual eradica- tion sites nor the number of person- nel involved will be known until the detection and verification phases of the program are completed. All operations on public lands will be conducted in cooperation with each local County Sheriff. In Addi- tion, I-tastey said BLM has asked fol the assistance of the California Na- tional Guard, which will provide helicopters during the detection phase and on-the-ground personnel as needed during the eradication phase. Information BLM has gathered since 1983, as well as infm'mation provided by the County Sheriff, the State's CAMP Program, and the Drug Enforcement Administration has been used to target areas for detection. According to Chris Brong, BLM Special Agent, there are areas on public lands statewide where marijuana growing has been an on- going problem. In addition, Brong said any information from the public on suspected illegal activities will be welcomed. BLM's law enforcement hotline number is (916) 978-4538. BLM's SAFE program differs from the State's Campaign Against Marijuana Planting (CAMP) pro- gram in that it focuses entirely on BLM-managed public lands. CAMP's efforts, in which BLM is a cooperator, are aimed at private, state, and federal properties. Both operations are carefully coordinated and occur simultaneously. Reward offered for information concerning Windsor murder The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department is continuing to investi- gate the murder o f Victor Saucedo of 2749 Silk Road, Windsor. Several leads have developed and have been looked into, with no absolute proof as to the suspect identity. Mr. Saucedo was murdered in front of his home June 3. A reward in the amount $1000 is being offered by an anonymous donor for information leading to the arrest and conviciton of the respon- sible party. Anyone having knowledge as to the motive or identity of the suspect in this case please call detective Dave Sederholm at 527-2905, or Grants being offered Grants of up to $25,000 are avail- able to Sonoma County manufactur- ers and other Sonoma County small businesses for the demonstration of innovative pollution prevention technologies and techniques. Funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the grants are designed to support the implementa- tion of promising pollution preven- tion technologies by small busi- COMMUNITY CALENDAR Ill I Emergency Food Pantry, United Church... 1:00-3:00 p.m. Saturday, July 27 Swap Meet, Citrus Fair .............................. 7:00-4:00 p.m. Joe Pardini Youth Football sign-ups Cloverdale High School ...................... 9:00-11:00 p,m. Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... 10:00-1:00 p.m. Sunday, July 28 Swap Meet, Citrus Fairgrounds ................ 7:00-4:00 p.m. Farmers Market, Vets Bldg ...................... 10:00-1:00 p.m. Monday, July 29 Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg ......................... 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 30 Century Lions, Cloverdale Coffee Shop ........... .7:00 am. Senior Center, Grange Hall ....................... 9:30-4:00 p.m. I1| I I .... FRED YOUNG & COMPANY Mortuaries Ill I II Wednesday, July 24 Senior Center, Grange H all.., ..................... 9:30-4:00 p.m. Summer Safari. Library ............................ 2:00-3:00 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall ........................ 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 25 Thrift Sale, United Church ....................... 10:00-3:00 p.m. Rotary, Vets Bldg ........................................... 12:15 p.m. Surplus Food Distribution, Citrus Fair ........ 1:00-4:00 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Westamerica Bank ................................ 5:00-7:00 p.m. Hometown Workout, Vets Bldg ........................ 6:00 p.m. Duplicate Bridge, Vets Bid 8 ............................. 7:00 p.m. Friday, July 26 Senior Day Center, Grange Hall ............... .9:30-2:00 p.m. - -- I1 .... I II THE OLD FEED STORE Hay - Grain - Feed 28301 Redwood Hwy So. 527-2185 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekend or night time callers, please phone 527-2650. Ar- rangements will be made for spanish spoken information to be received through t hose numbers. An anonymous call was received on June 9 at 12:45 a.m., from a fe- male who related that she was aware of the motive in this case and would recontact the sheriff's department with additional information. She has yet to call back. If you are this person, or you have knowledge as to the identity of this caller, please contact the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department imme- diately. 8-5:30 Sat 9-4 894-5297 iii I I I I II 428 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2540 I " " to small businesses nesses. Award criteria include that the technology embodies a promis- ing new concept, has a technical ori- entation, and has applicability for technology transfer. A complete copy is available for examination in the office of the Small Business Center at 3033 Cleveland in Santa Rosa. Cloverdale Area Church Directory Oat Valley Baptist Church 894-2998 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 894-2951 FHL 894-9238 Parkslde Christian Chapel - 894-2893 St. Peter's Catholic Church 894-2535 or 433-5536 Neighborhood Church 894-3445 Seventh-day Adventist Church 894-4989 First Baptist Church 894-3274 United Church of Cioverdale g94-2039 Cloverdale Open Bihle Church 894-2210 or 544-0485 Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 89-2393 Grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Church of Christ 894-3452 iii REDWOOD SMORGETTE 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2642 CLOSED TUESDAYS LOUIE & JOYCE VICTORIA _ III Warm thanks Taxation s' for paper's Contribution Editor; Thank you for yourcontriburion to the Fourth of July "Welcome Home to the Troops" ceremony. It was a very proud moment for Post 293 of the American Legion. Promoting American patriotism and American Veterans is our highest purpose, and the best time to do it is on our nation's patriotic holiday, and we are deeply grateful for your contribution. It takes the generous contributions of many good people to make a suc- cessful ceremony such as this. Thank you for the beautiful front page story with photo of our Fourth of July ceremony. The Legion and the Auxiliary greatly appreciates the good press we have enjoyed for many years. Jack Stuart Cloverdale Visitor loved our 4th of July party Dear CIoverdale Community: Recently, while my family and I were visting my sister, Brooke Greene, I had the opportunity to go to the 4th of July festivities at City Park. I want to thank you for the won- derful rime we had. We live in a large city, so it was especially appreciated to be part of your "old fashioned" 4th of July. We all had a great rime! Thank you! Drew Irwin needs im Editor; We are told by our cials, as well as the press, that| sition 13 is not only but has limited county ernments by freezing revenues to the level of justed since then only by annual inflation factor. These same people are cerned that we citizens the math about the amount breakfast cereal or the true borrowing money. "protected" us with math in and truth in lending laws. I would like to see some taxing laws. The math of the nues from property taxes creased by hundreds of 1978 under Proposirion addition been instituted. Over the years revenues and s outstripped inflation and growth. in the coming ing to be sure, and yet h Proposition 13 and in recession, when we read we find that next and taxes will increase by billion dollars, the count 17% and the Santa Rosa 12%. It's bad enou but it adds insult to in told that spending at all been cut to the bone and tl don't welcome new and hi we are something less thalt Americans. Local landscape water-! guidance available from Living comfortably with less wa- ter in the home landscape is the theme of a new publication called Dry Wit. Individual copies are available free of charge from your University of California County cooperarive Extension office for Sonoma County. Information in the newspaper- style publication was pulled together from University of California re- search by a team of specialists and advisors in UC's Divisoin of Agri- culture and Natural Resources, especially with the home landscape in mind. Santl Dry Wit is filled with practical advice on keeping lished shade trees, shrubs, flowers and groundeovers healthy and with less water. Many of the rips cost little ing to put into practice. don't require a lot of knowledge and about anyone who mows a tends a flower garden cap advantage of this advice. The Cooperative 100, Santa Rosa, CA Annapolis CL'afts Fair to benefit Park Redwoods The first annual Arts and Crafts Fair in Annapolis will be held Au- gust 11 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pro- ceeds are to benefit Kelly Park, an area of first growth redwoods which have been saved from further cut- ring. From 101: Annapolis is located 45 miles west of Healdsburg. Take Dry Creek Road Exit. At Lake Sonoma turn left onto Skaags Springs Road. Turn right onto across one lane brid be on your left three miles bridge. "YOUR HOMETOWN Since 1879 EXCHANGE STUDENT... Anna rn Sweden 1 h,ts, slts, ceMeing and mu. Last summer. I u<n'ked at a amp as a su mming instructor I rear O' enfilt uJrking uqtb the cbila_ "" BECOME A HOST FAMILY... tO an Australian, Scandinavian, European, South American or Japanese High School Exchange Student. AISE brings people together fr{ma around the world. Open your heart and your home to a foreign udent who wants to spend a year studying and sharing in America. 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