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i Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, September 24, 1997 I II III II IIII III Protocol concerning Prop 215, medical marijuana adopted by Chief's Association Sonoma County District Attorney J. Michael Mullins and Acting Sheriff Jim Piccinini has announced that the Sonoma County Chief's Association has adopted a protocol for the enforcement of laws related to Proposition 214, medical marijuana. "'Previously the Acting Sheriff and I had issued guidelines for the prosecutor's office as well as the Sheriff's Departrnent concerning the enforcement of Proposition 215. Those guidelines allow and give discretion to law enforcement officers to make an on-site determina- tion whether or not an individual qualifies as a patient or caregiver under the Health and Safety Code. If the law enforcement officer decides that there is sufficient infor- mation to determine a person is a patient, that person will be allowed to posses marijuana pending further investigation," stated Mullins. "Now, all the local law enforcement agencies in Sonoma County have adopted the same guidelines. Law enforcement will consistently apply those guidelines throughout Sonoma County," stated MuUins. IIIIIIIIII CLOVERDALE LOCKSMI Phil Cann will help you with any lock-out situation, 24 hours a day. Cloverdale Lock & Key offers 24 hour emergency service Have you ever come out of the supermarket with an armload of groceries only to see your car keys winking up at you in the sunlight, sitting on your seat in your locked car? Have you ever left the house in the morning, made a few thousand stops losing your keys some- where along the way? Have you ever come home late at night after being gone a few days only to find your wife has changed the locks on the house? Phil Cann is available 24 hours a day, plus he's closer and cheaper than other locksmiths in the area. He can pick locks, service locks, make and sell keys of all kinds--automotive, commercial, and residen- tial. He can help you out of any lock-out situation--but he probably won't be able to help you with your wife. Just call 894-5625 or 894- LOCK for fast service. Phil has lived in Cloverdale for about 40 years. Before buying Cloverdale Lock and Key he was the Superintendent of Public Works for Cloverdale. CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Jefferson Mini Corn Dogs Washington Mini Corn Dogs Breakfast Beinie Weinies TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 Jefferson Chili Beans Washington Chicken Patty/Bun Chili/Corn Bread Breakfast Cereal WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 Jefferson Spaghetti Washington Spaghetti Sloppy Joe Breakfast Quesadilla THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 Jefferson Mac/Cheese Washington Pizza Mc/Cheese Breakfast Cereal FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3 Jefferson Tuna/Whole Weat Washington Tuna/Whole Weat Yogurt Breakfast Waffle Pancake Breakfast at Senior Center September 27 Start off Cloverdale's Street Celebration with a delicious Pan- cake Beakfast put on by the Clo- verdale Senior Multi-Purpose Center. Eggs, sausage, and deli- cious pancakes will be served Sept. 27 at the Grange Hall, 201 Com- mercial St., from 8-11 am. Cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for chil- dren 10 and under. Take-out is available if you are in a hurry to set up a booth. Tickets are avail- able at the Senior Center now, or you can pay at the door. Call 894- 4826 for more information. } CHS benefact(00r leaves By Cynthia Grant When Cloverdale resident Carlisle Van Ornum died, on February 6, 1997, few people knew that the elderly man in the khakis and pith helmet, often seen sweeping in front of Pick's Drive-In, had anony- mously donated over $100,000 to Cloverdale High School since 1984, to be used for vo- cational scholarships. In addition, since 1987 he has anonymously donated over $70,000 to Healdsburg High School, specifically for the HELP (Healdsburg Edu- cational Legacy Partnership) Foundation Vocational Schol- arship. "Carlisle was a very private, very modest man," said his attorney, Mike Welty, the an onymous benefactor's inter- mediary with the school dis- tricts. =Now that Carlisle's gone, it's time people knew what a fine man he was, and how much he's done for Clo- verdale." Born in Pasadena on June 3, 1905, Mr. Van Ornum at- tended Pasadena High School and Pasadena City College, turned down an appointment to West Point, and graduated from UC Davis. He became an ornithologist and was em- ployed by the California State Department offish and Game at the State Game Farm in Yountville, until he was draft- ed into the Army in 1942. He served in Tunisia, Sicily an Naples, receiving the Good Conduct medal, among oth- ers, and was discharged atthe end of the war. Van Ornum returned to the Department offish and Game and in 1946 was promoted to supervisor of all California State Game farms, oversee- breeding from Mexico to the Oregon border. He held this post until 1960, when he retired and moved to Cloverdale. When Claudia and Russ Clow bought Cloverdale's Pick's Drive-In and the apart- ment behind it seven years ago, Van Ornum had already occupied the apartment for 20 years. They were "flabbergast- ed" when they discovered his secret generosity to the schools--but not surprised. They speak of their late ten- ant with affections and re- spect. "Carl was very much a gen- tleman," Claudia recalls. "He tipped his hat when he greet- ed me in the morning, and saw me safely to my car every night." His voluntarily as- sumed duties included tidy- ing the grounds, opening what he called the "parasols" over the picnic tables, raising the heavy windows for business every morning, and recycling cans and bottles. Van Ornum was a lifelong bachelor and had no children but he was fond of his neph- ews and nieces, and enjoyed the many young people who frequented Picks. He was especially tolerant of teenagers, Claudia Clow notes. Referring to the latest addition of hearts and initials, he'd report with a smile: "I see they're carving their IQs into the picnic tables again." A meticulous woodworker and furniture maker, Van Or- num was a strong supporter of vocational education, "Carlisle believed that young people should have a fair chance to get started," said Mike Welty, who was hired by Van Ornum to ad- arships. "He lived ly. He didn't Want credit," Welty explains. just wanted to get the done." Van Ornum's legacy continue indefinitely: he an estate of over $300 be used for vocational arships for verdale and Gey Schools. It is Welty's hot scholarships will be in honor of their benefactor. "Mr Van Ornum hel scores of students their education vocational goals,' dale High school Eric Neel. Neither he nor recipients knew the identity; the students' of appreciation were Welty, who forwarded to Van Ornum. "Carlisle to in the student, and followed their ment through the years," Mike Welty." "He those thank you notes." Van Ornum had a and historical ancestry. In mid- 1800s his paternal i father founded a pany in San Francisco Carlisle Company. His mother, lisle, was the of Alexander Majors, founder of the Pony and the author of the Seventy Years on the tier. The preface was written Buffalo Bill Cody, a ck friend of Majors. . , Van Ornum is surwvedl his brother, Jack Van Orm of Oakhurst, and a nepb and two nieces. He was but Yvonl COl Oct. ' pr he friend row, frc Ne Flann, l Michale The I Instant Computerized Woddde Reservations for: Airlines Cruises Hotels ,' \\; , Tours- Cars ' " ";:" . DsaountMor Senior Travelers , *--- - . a,. ,% TravelVideoLibrary i  ' :, .=i Free DelrverySerwce , " ' " Riohard Gutierrez, Mmnager 120 E. First Street 894-5244 FAR HORIZONS TRAVEL Nancy McKean Travel Consultant Home: (707)894-2764 302 Center Street Healdsburg, CA 95;6c48 (707)433-6971 Fax (707)433-6533 i Karl Mittel=tdKIt.. 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