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= ! . . m ll gg opened his new offices at 115 West First Street on August !. Photoe by Jinlce, :obs moves location and Cloverdale her, 1976, began Jacobs + several . ' works in the front office at this address and Cindi CMrs. Gary ) Bogner is the Registered Nurse on duty. Dr. Jacobs has just com- pleted building a home in Cloverdale where he resides with Inta and their two young daughters, Lisa and Tina Vija, who attend Cloverdale Schools. They are members of Grace Lutheran Church and Dr. Jacobs is active in Rotary, as well as serving on the hoard of the Cloverdale Library District. Dr. Jacobs to the at 115 formerly a nurse, Dr. L. F. Jacobs in his new offices. Solar Pool Heating Clerk's Corner the partial No. 345 duties and of Park and I the City tWice this members to Park and We turned in positions Tuesday 12, ISSO, the discussed the We really do this think of is for the the will if someone rae at City happy about ordinance of the City of Cloverdale providing for the establishment of a parks and recreation commission and repealing Ordinance No 217 N.S. Section 9. The Parks and Recreation Commission shall actively pursue the ap- pointment of a full-time, qualified parks and recreation director to coordinate all the programs, activities and funding of parks and recreation for people of all ages. Further, the Parks and Recreation Commission shall initiate, immediately upon its creation by the City Council, an investigation of all potential means of funding a parks and recreation program, including govern- ment funding, and shall continually investigate such funding. Section 10. The Com- mission shall have the responsibility to establish and conduct recreation centers and recreation ac- tivities on such grounds, or in such buildings, as may he placed under their jurisdiction or made available to them, including the use of all city areas, when same are not in use for the usual public purlses, and the use of school facilities, when same are not in use for the usual school curricular program. The Parks and Recreation Commission shall conduct childrm's playgrounds, in- door and outdoor recreational be deemed necessary. The Commission may purchase such supplies and apparatus as may be necessary. The Commissionmay purchase such supplies and apparatus as may be necessary and- proper for carrying out ap- proved recreation programs, governed closely by limitations of the annual budget and departmental procedures as set up by the City for all departments. It shall be authorized to prepare and recommend a budget for activities, and in general do -Parks any and all things necessary or proper for the establish- ment and development of a well-rounded recreation program. The Commission may establish lay and- professional committees to assist them in looking after the interests of various groups and areas. Section 11. The Com- mission shall recommendthe and Recreation facilities and programs to the City Council. Section 12. The Com- missioh shall study the present and future needs of the City of Cloverdale with respect to parks and recreation facilities, programs and events and make recommendations to he City Council concerning the same. appointment of a Parks and Lou and Jane, again, on Recreation Director, and behalf of the city, thanks for a such other employees as may great job! it in a vote of program that and Jane The after .officially evident year this before m in a They have Pennies. not know What the for, read the Hall and note 10, Section 'nich dare An r # -I O! i JUST 00CHECKING. ) // . W Ik CHECK/MATE Get the TWO-WM STRETCH in banking.., the Checking/Savings account thai pays interest Check at: The first National Bank OF MENDOCINO COUNTY An Independent Bankshares Corporation Bank/Member FDIC Trust Services through Independent Bankers Trust Company Ukiah - CIoverdale Anderson Valley Gualala Wednesday, August 13, 1980- Page 3 $60,000in iewel$ recovered Ronald Lee Schwab and Marquis Herbert Padget of Cloverdale, both 18, pleaded guilty to the Feb. 1 burglary at the home of Demaryce Halikas, local business woman. Schwab also pleaded guilty to the burglary, a day earlier of the Santa Rosa home of Dann Halikas, former husband of Mrs. Halikas. Dann Halikas is the owner of Dann's Owl Care building and Plaza Center. According to crime authorities, the burglaries were marked by amateurism and clumsiness. Deputy District Attorney Robert Dale said, "They apparently never realized what they really had." He said there was one ring with a four and one-half carat diamond, but they apparently didn't recognize its value because they banged on it with a hammer trying to pry loose the smaller diamonds that surrounded it, damaging the large diamond. Schwab faces a maximum for-four years, eight months in state prison. He will be sentenced September 11. Padgett, whose maximum prison term is four years, will be sentenced on September 18. Charges against a third suspect, Terry Weaver. were dismissed. Dale said Weaver's role was to hold the valuables after the theft. He was not a part of the burglary plan, the prosecutor said. Schwab pawned the gems, using his own name, sheriff's deputies said, which led to the arrest of the three. Detectives recovered $60,000 in stolen jewelry, but neither detectives nor the victims are sure whether all the jewelry was recovered+ Governor Brown awards '10 million to Improve transit for elderly Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., today announced awards of $10 million in grants to improve transit service for the elderly and handicapped and meet other special transportation needs in the state. Many of the grants will be used to purchase vans or buses equipped to transport th, ,an,..capped and elderly. Others will be used by local Gall Brough to fly-in to Cloverdale Gall Brough, who was severly injured last winter in a headon automobile collision south of Hopland, which claimed the lives of three people, including her fiance, will he returning to Clover- dale on Tuesday, August 26. Brough, who has been hospitalized for several months in Sunnyvale will arrive by plane at the Cloverdale Airport at ap- proximately 1:15 to 2 p.m., according to her friend Erlene Pell. She is coming back, Pall said, to see the property she purchased last fall, and to thank her many friends who donated blood for her. Approximately 40 pints were donated from Clover- dale people on a special blood donor day. 'Erlene Pell invites Gail's many friends to drop out to the airport on the 26th to welcome her back. transit agencies for tran- sportation vouchers for the handicapped and elderly. The governor said other grants will enable small transit districts to purchase buses. Other agencies were awarded funds for main- tenance facilities, a jitney service and a special program to increase transit ridership. The 57 grants were made as part of the State Mass Transit Assistance Act (SB 620) which was signed into law by the governor in June, 1979. The approved projects range in size from $2,000 to San Diego State University for transit research, up to $1.3 million to the State Depart- ment of Aging to purchase 66 vans accessible to han- dicapped persons. The $10 million includes about $4.3 millio- for transit vehicles and operating im- provements, $4.3 million to meet transit needs of the elderlyand handicapped, $'722,000 to construct equip- ment and maintenance facilities, $417,000 for rpsparch, planning, marketing and demon- stration projects and $310,000 for other types of transit improvements. WeTip report The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is in- vestigating a burglary which occurred during the nighttime hours on July 11, 1980. A commercial building located at 40 West Barham Avenue in Santa Rosa was forcibly entered by the suspect, removing the door hinge pins and breaking off the door knob with a pipe wrench. Once inside the building, the suspect entered a metal storage van by culting off the padlock with boltcutters. Loot taken in the burglary includes $6,000 in cash kept in a plastic jug which was heavy due to much of the cash being silver dollars. Also taken was a G.E. Walkie Talkie, a CB radio, a 2-foot long by 10-inch high tool box containing a variety of hand tools, two cardboard boxes filled with brand new tools and a magniflux box with a metal magnitizer, grey and white in color. The total estimated loss of the stolen items is $]8,300. :il If you have any information concerning this case, contact the WeTip toll free number (8oo) 472-7785 or Deputy Griff McKay at the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office, phone (707) 527-2079, and refer to CR No. 3728-20. Durable, quality all copper-panels  $2150 installed price for typical 16 x 32 pool  Components and instructions for do-it- yoursel[ers Pool blankets available  Free estimates [] Installations qualify for 55 % Cali forhia State Income Tax Credit [] Guaranteed work and dependable service since 1977. Calif. Contr. License 3861 71. 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