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Page 2. Wednesday, August 27, 1980 / The Clovefdale Cl00veille Geyserville Press Established 1879 Established 1934 uses ,It o2o Published every Wednesday vp ,s 112 West First Street Cloverdale,'California 95425 (707) 894-3339 Gary L. Fawson ....... Publisher Tim Tanner .......... General Manager Janice Corey .......... Editor Yearly Subscription Rates Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino Counties 9.00 Elsewhere in the United States 9.50 Editorial Labor Day- last celebration of summer In recent years Labor Day has lost some of its old and original meanings, but it still stands as the one day in which we celebrate an Important American belief. This belief is in the importance and necessity of hard work to achieve success. As Daniel Webster wrote: Labor is one of the great elements of society.- the great substantial interest on which we all stand. Not feudal service, or predlal toil, or the irksome drudgery by one race of mankind sub- jected, on account of their color, to another, but labor, Intelligent, manly, Independent, thinking and acting for Itself, earning its own wages, ac- cummulatlng those wages into cepltal, educating childhood, maintaining worship, claiming .the right of the elective franchise,and helping to uphold the great fabric of the State--that is American Labor, and all my sympathies are within it and my voice, till I am dumb, will be for it. Not until the Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth century was there any concentration of laborers, a real "working class." Eventually as more and more people worked together, they organized to Improve working conditions, to bargain for wages, and to enhance the status of working men and women. One way to do this was to establish a holiday at which time all of American society might acknowledge the con- tributions labor was making to life in the United States. Labor Day has become a general one wich everyone looks forward to with enthusiasm. It has evolved especially into a family festival.-the last big celebration of summer vacations end, the final fling before the start of a new school year, an end of summer and prelude to fall. It has become not just a day, but a weekend.-a time for taking fo the out-of-doors for trips, pic- nics, and sporting events. It's an occasion of togetherness we hope you all enjoy and a time to remember the multitude of abilities and efforts that made this country great. Letters to the Editor Better results Edltm-: A recent survey disclosed that of some 88 property listings in the Cloverdale Area, 48 of them were listed with out-of-town real estate omees. It is difficult to understand why a local seller would sign a contract with a broker from Santa Rosa or Nape to sell property in Cloverdale. ]:obably 99 percent of all listings end up in the multiple listing book anyway and can be seen in offices all over the county. The problem arises when we have a prospect interested in a certain home and are unable to make arrangements with the out-of- town listing office to show it. This happms quite often, particularly on weekends. If the home was listed locally, it is mmally a simple matter to locate someone from that office to cooperate. Most  properties sold in the Cloverddale area are sold throagh the efforts of a Cloverdale office. The first thing an out-of- town agent does when he-gets a Cioverdale listing is to mind a brochm-e on that particular property to all Cloverdale real estate offices. List locally for community support andbetter results! A Cleverdale Real Estate Office Need help Il'Aor: We need your help! We are planning a reunim for people who have attended Geymville High School from 1945-19$. The date has been chosen April , 1981. At the present we are gathering names and ad- dresses for a mailing list. If you know of anyone who either was on the staff or in attendance during he 45-55 period please send their names and addresses to Dolores Ames Parker, ! Fitchville avenue, San Jose, CA 95126, or Patricia Domenichelli, Hare, 225 Triplett Dr., Cloverdale, CA, or Edward Domenichelli, P.O. Box 68, Clearlake Park, 95425 or Beno Rose, Geyserville. We also would like volunteers for our planning committee and could use donations to help with mailing and printing costs. Dolores Ames Parker Concerning Manzanita Manor Editor: Your article, dated August 20, 1980, concerning the City Council's comments on the hazardous road con- WeTIp report The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office and Sebastopol Police Depart- merit are investigating two burglaries in which the same victim is listed. The burglary, which occurred within the city limits of Sebastopol on Virginia and Murphy Avenues, occurred between June 21 and July S, 1980, at a new construction job site. Taken in the grand theft by unknown suspects were many tools, induding a nail gem, serial No. t270, which is valued at (X). The Sonoma County Serlff's Office is investigating a burglary which .took place at a mini storage warehouse in Llano Road between July 14 and July 24, 1960. In this burglary, ten rolls of car- petin8 were taken. In both burglaries, items have already been returned to the victim. To date, the only items that have not been returned are the nail gun and a 190 linear feet of melon Calendar of Events il I I I I I I II III WedaelHlay, Augast r/ American Legion Bingo at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. (]overdale Unified School District, at the High School, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens at Veterans Memorial at 1 p.m. Thmlday, Aalplt ZS Ctoverdale Rotary at Papa John's, 12:1S p.m. AIanon at St. Peter's Church, 8 p.m. Monday, 8eptemher 1 lat.BOR DAY HOLIDAY ditions leading to the Manor is misleading. Long before the council decided that this road was hazardous, Cotter Heal Centers let a contract for the repair of the road, and in fact, the road was under repair when the article was printed. = I would suIweK that  City Council take a look at tie' Cherry Creek Road condition and flu up the gaping hole just below the Manor's drive. Public concerns should take precedence over private matters. Mesa sheerely, Robert G. King Admlaistrator Tusday, Sq, t. = BACK TO SCHOOL Ck,erdale Odd Fellows at Grange Hall, S p.mm Lad/m C/tale of Druids at Druids Hall, 8 p.m. . GfMge CWA at Grange Hall, 1:30 p.m. Lleemm st Vetenms Memorial, S p.m. Century Liou at Grange Hall, 7 a.m. & Aux. at Vetermm Memorial, 8 p.m. Art (kmlmislim al 213 No. Main St., 7 p.m. 1%1" edditimm or change of meeting dates, please call the Ckelsle Ummber of Commee, . color high-quality plush carpet valued at $1,350. The victim of the burglaries, Hamilton Associates, business phone number 8234711, is offering a $550 reward in addition to the WeTip reward for the arrest and conviction of the responsibles. Anyone having information regarding either one or both of these two burglaries is requested to contact Sebastopol Police Depart- ment or the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. Refer to CR No. 3735-89. Phone number (707) $27-589or (707) 527-2185 or call the toll free WeTip number at (707) 472-7785. On August 12, 1980, at approximately 0300 hours, a white male, aage 49 years, was discovered in front of 2450 Mendocino Avenue. The male victim had received several severe blows to the head with a blunt instrument. Several days later the male victim was identified as Jameieo Feieng Mc- .Naughton. To date Mr. MacNaughton has not regained eonsciotmness and there were no known wit- nesses to the attack. Anyone having any in- formation relating to the identity of the suspect or suspects in the assault is asked to call WeTip toll free at 800-472-7785 or contact Detective Jim Carlson of the Santa Rosa Police Depart- ment at 707-528-5411 and refer Io case 80-09267. SRJC Open registration Friday A special Open Registration--a time when students may drop in and register for Day Classes and- or Evening Classes at Santa Rosa Junior College- will be held between the hous of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Friday, August , in the Men's Gym on campus. II III According to Registrar Jack Rooney, this is a time when students may register without a priority ap- pointment. Part-time students and those who want to register for both Day and Evening elaeses will find the Open registration an especially convenient time to doso. LIVE MUSIC ourtnoy Collins & the Black Bart Band Everyone Invited loverdalo Women's Softball Banquet & Dance Cloverda le Citrus Fair Bldg. Single $8.00 6:30 Couple 15.00 7:00 Dance only 3.00 9:00 Aug. 30th For tickets contact: .Deb Davis 894-2205 II I Pktared making the new flag premtotiea to Jefferson" School are, left to right: Pattie Cavaparo, Americanism Clah-man; Mm'ge Dall, Past Prklt; Adelaide Baumgardner, Patriotic Instructor; Mark) Mkhelon, Schoel PrinclDal and grade student at the school. Photo by Congressman Clausen sends flag to Jefferson School On opening day of school at flown over the Capitol Washington, D.c. This is Jefferson Elementary you Building in Washington, D.C. "It is my sincere hope that tha the will find a bright new The flag was delivered this flag, a symbol of our was flovm American flag on the pole in promptly, with the following great Nation and all that it States front of the classrooms, letter and certificate: stands for, will be enjoyed by 1980, at When the Ladies Auxiliary to "To the Students of Jef- you in the days to come. Honorable Ray Zittleman Post 9268, ferson Elementary School: With kindest regards, Member d Veterans of Foreign Wars "It is both a privilege and a learned that the school fias pleasure for me to present Sincerely, was showing wear they wrote you with this American flag Don Clausen to the to Congressman Don Clausen which has been flown over the Representative in School asking for a flag that had Capitol of the United States in Congress Deadline nears for filing of arguments Sonoma County Clerk, Eeve T. Lewis announced today that anyone wishing to file arguments in favor or agaiQst, the Special Geothermal Tax Measure to be placed on the November 4, 19e0, General Presidential Election Ballot must do so no later than 5 p.m. on August 28, 1980. The measure, if passed by a two-thirds majority, would impose a special tax on the extraction of geothermal steam, and a special tax on the generation of electricity from geothermal steam. The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors has indicated they will file an argument in favor of the measure. The Elections Code provides that only one argument in favor and one argument against measure may be printed and distributed to the voters with the Sample Ballot. Should additional arguments be filed, the County Clerk shall Notice You'are invited to attend the Vintage Bridal Show "Love in the Old-Fashioned Way," being held at Man- zanita Manor, Thursday, August 28 at 10 a.m. select the argument to be printed pursuant to Elections Code Section 3786. Special attention is called to the fact that a Public Hearing in regards to" this measure will be held on August 28, 1980, at 9 a.m. in I he Board of Supervisors Meeting Room. Should ballot arguments need to he corrected to reflect any changes in the measure as a result of the hearing, authors will have until 5 p.m. on August 29, 1980, to make corrections. If an argument in favor and an argument against the measure are filed by 5 p.m. on August 28, 1980, the arguments will be mailed to the opposing authors in order that they may submit rebuttal arguments. Rebuttal arguments must be filed no later than 5 p.m. on September 5, 1980. Any questions concerning arguments or rebuttal The show will be climaxed with a renewal of vows by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wilson after 53 years of marriage. Friends and family are welcome Reception following. I I The Oaks Cafe, Yorkville is temporarily closed due to family illness. Watch for our reopening ad. Bob & Lois Aerobics Choreography By Karin Miller eDisco e Jazz eCharleston To Total Fiftness NEW FALL CLASSES START- MON. SEPT. $ Citrus Fair Bldg. Ceg. Classes.  & Weds 10 to 11 a.m. 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Intermediate. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. 8 weeks twice a week $40 tuition Bring a buddy & receive a $5.00 discount. 894-3706 or 52S. 1987 arguments should be directed ty Clerk, to the Office of the Court- at 527-2614- Adult PhotogrO00 classes to Tues. Sept. Beginning and in- termediate photography classes will start from 7 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday and Thur- sday evenings beginning September 2 at Washington School in room 18. The class is limited to 23 people. Enrollment can be" made at the Santa Rosa J.C. office or enrollment is possible on the first evening of class unless the class is filled. A serviceable 35ram camera is required for the course. The class will cover the fundamentals of camera operalion, film development and dark room printing. Although field trips and model sessions will be provided, students will be expected to complete photo time. and tra merits three in the the AT: The tit The Window Fashions by Marylynn Amann and Jim Vlasak 'Brother Sister team TO LINE OR NOT Whether to the nost basic, important factor is We want our rooms sunny and brig% enemy, too. Over a period of time it dQ upholstery fabrics and carpeting. It: drapery fabric, even sun-resistant Lining thus has drapery fabric and provides extra fading for your furniture and draperies extra "body" and well as heat. An alternative for resistant sheer curtains or For elegant lined draperies, care "- important...the kind of quality and from our custom draperies. Come beatiful fabric selection now!