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l residence lease. 894-3382. greenery, Personality. no pets. dep. than mo. Wu'st and plus B4-3382. C " ) HOMES FURNISHED I BDRM. furnished mobile home on lot. 894-3260 aft. 6 p.m. AUTO SERVICE & PARTS FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES EXCHANGE-CUSTOM BUILT Heads, Crank & Parts Kits Large selection in stock Complete Machine Shop Mon.-Fri., 8-5; Sat. 9-7 Top Quality - Built L,ocally HUFFAKER ENGINEERING INC. Petaluma 763-7141 Echols-Hansen i what about." very well Mike gave me I could ask than lcould fit into People, and about any with her make you percent forget Uselton echoed about the weUas t ) said was a about to help she gave to go on," was Brian Hoehn's comment when asked about Johanna. Needless to say, a teacher who could elicit these feelings among her students was both gifted and exceptionally hardworking. According to Marc Mager, "Johanna had uncanny abilities. She was a teacher who didn't instruct. She encouraged people to become involved in finding answers on their own. She respected everyone's right to use their education to understand about them- selves, to learn to set goals and to gain the skills necessary to reach their goals. Her students felt comfortable because they were involved in the decisions which affected their education. Their determination to be in- volved in setting the course the responsibility of the parents. Board tinge ! tmtentially tour- to good the courts there are and some eQ the un- surfaces the of the FACILITY USE The Board gave approval for the use of Washington School Multi Room on Oct. 4 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Cloverdale Friends of the Library annual book sale to benefit the PubUe Library. Also approved was the use of the north gym at Cloverdale High School every third Monday from 6: IS to 8: 30 p.m. for sports acitivites by the Cloverdale " First Baptists Church. courts !the 74 CARS FOR SALE 1973 chev. Caprice, 4 dr., hs 1975-350 engine, all power with air cond., A-I cond., $900. Phone Geyserville. 857- 3796. Voter Registration e Lampson City Council Field Continued from page I Continued from page I The bricks will be on sale for $1 each, and with the purchase of each brick, you will receive a raffle ticket good towards a $I00 gift certificate, to be used in the store of your choice in Geyserville. The Boosters are hoping to have the building of the snack shack completed by the start of the high school baseball season in March, 198t, at which time there will be a dedication ceremony and a formal naming of the field. request a postcard voter registration form, call the Sonoma County Election department at 527-2614 or come to the Department at Room 101J, Hail'of Justice, Sonoma County Ad- ministration Center, 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. report at the on the of this Tennis the timers Qn th Cma.ts, new lights hal/of approved Anderson Karen, to School, The ipt any costs of these remain NEW BUS 8TOPS PALOMINO LAKE8 The Home Owners Association of Palomino Lakes presented a petition for two additional bus stops on their private road to facilitate some 40 sheool children who presently mmK wait for the bus at River Road under hazar- dous conditions. The morning bus will now t ravel to Oak Knoll and Walnut lame where there is ample room for safe waiting. The afternoon schedule is to be worked out and presented at the next meeting. Because o/the overcrowding on the south River Road run, a second run is being con- sidered. The county Council Services experiences, and working through. "Psycholanalysis is essentially a theory of personality: how it is for- med, how it develolm, how it breaks down in sickness, and how it becomes healthy. "The patient usually comes to treatment between one and five hours a week. After an indeterminate period face-to-face, he'then shifts TO the couch. The session lasts from 45 minutes to an hour. This is known as the hmdamental rule. The patient's activity on the couch consists essentially of talking and reporting his feelings, sensations, memories, and associations. The analyst Continued from page 1 registrants are cautioned, Miss Lewis noted, that affidavits mailed on the deadline day occasionally do not carry that day's postmark. Affidavits reaching the Election Department .without a postmark of October 6 cannot be considered to have met the legal registration deadline requirements for the November General election. Early registration will help prevent such problems and will avert in- convenience at the polls on election day. For information or to of their own lives is Johanna's living legacy. She was a unique treasure. She'll be missed." Coming from a difficult childhood, Joham)a strove to give her students a. second chance and to netp them believe in themselves. She was firm with her students and at the same time she was loving. "She was especially skilled in motivating her students to make an effort to do their schoolwork and to accept responsibility for their actions. She gave her students a new hope and a will draw up a formal contract to hold the school district harmless for any wear and tear that occurs on the road. desire to succeed in chool and in their lives outside the schoolroom. Mrs. HA was an excellent and very dedicated teacher, said James McAuley, Sunerintendent of Cloverdale Unified School District. In addition to being a highly skilled professional, Johanna was known to her friends and family as a woman who saw beauty in the smallest flower, who had the ability to giggle at the antics of a cat. She loved the job of life, and will be missed by many. EXTRA CLASS Due to overcrowding in Mr. Stan's Geometry Class, an extra class as approved, with a suggestion that another teacher may be necessary in the near future to accommodate the crowding in the 6th grade and sophomore classes. CHEERLEADER ADVISOR The Board adopted Mr. McAuley's recom- mendation that Ms. Boone, the Cheerleader Advisor, receive a stipend of $300 for the added responsibility of ac- companying the cheerleaders to all away games on the team bus. This was necessary to provide better supervision and to alleviate the coaches from responsibility for the girls when they travel warn the team. The rooters' bus had only nine registrants for the first away game, and will not be used unless 40 people sign up for the chartered bus. CROSS cOUNTRY SCHEDULE The Board unanimously approved the 1980 Cross Country Schedule. BRUTALITY ALLEGATION Cloverdale resident Dorothy Barney com- plained to the council that brutality exists in the Cloverdale Police Depart- ment. "I feel we have two of- ficers that apply police brutality to people they arrest," said Mrs. Barney. She said her son, Ronald Machen, 24, was brutalized by two Cloverdale officers when he was arrested on September 7. Police Lt. Rob Dailey said officers Michael Cantley and Bruce Rae arrested Machen on charges of being drunk in public and delaying, ob- structing or resisting arresting officers. Mrs. Barney said her son was denied medical treatment for injuries he received during the arrest. Lt. Dailey said Machen declined an offer for medical treatment. Wednesday, October 1, 1980 - Page 15 Police Chief Rodney Persons saidthe matter is being investigated by his department but that it is currently in limbo because Machen has declined to file a necessary statement. On the advice of his attorney, Machen will reportedly not file a statement until the matter is brought to trial. The council's safety committee has been in- formed of the matter, Councilwoman Marie Vandagriff told the council. FINAL BUDGET The city's final 1980-81 budget was adopted with ipcome and expenditures each balanced at $1,843,013. The budget was reviewed at a special work session on September 15. EMPLOYMENT Kevin A. Moore was hired as a Cloverdale fireman by the department effective made the presentation. September 29. Moore worked previously for the department as a CETA-paid RED ZONE fireman. Councilman Steve Congdon,said that Moore's employment is "one of the few successes of the CETA program ." PRESENTATION Former Cloverdale Superintendent of Public Works Charles Edgerton was presented the metal plaque from the recently demolished Cloverdale sewer plant. A new facility has replaced it. The old plant was con- structed in 1957 and the plaque notes city officials and council members who served at that time. Current Superintendent of Public Works Tom Gurries Geyserville Area Busine Chief Persons announced that CalTrans has okayed a city request for a portion of the curb on University St. be painted red for safety reasons. TRUCK FINANCING Council members ap- :. proved a plan to finance the purchase of a 10-yard dump Iruck through Bank of  America. EMPLOYEES' DINNER Councilman Congdon reported that December 5 has been selected as the tentative date of the city employees' dinner. Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL U94-3339 iREe 7 will vu you some q00x00dms therapy a tiny and Ysis is S00nund stresses the un- work of reach into on free dreams, ehuemed. Legion [ bays. poppies cost the auxiliary six cents a piece with five cents going to the veteran who makes the  and one cent for the materials. Also, the poppy days and ID cards were ordered, and we must pay for all of these items since inflation has hit the auxiliary too. H you would like to join our active ser- vice group, contact any member Ige 6 Windsor the bn II00 have BUS MAINTENANCE Over $7,000 was spent this summer on a new state program of preventative maintenance for school busses. There is one bus that still needs a complete overhaul. The tran- sportation supervisor, Mr. Cummins, said that the new program requires that the busses be checked every 6,000 miles, at a cost of approximately $800 per bus for labor alone. BUS SAFETY The Governing Board submitted for approval a policy statement which would require that each pupil transported to the school in busses receive instruction in safe riding conduct and participate in emergency bus evacuation drills. The elemental:y children will have classroom presentations and the upper divisions will have an assembly program scheduled, with a teacher present to observe and aid the bus driver as necessary. The program was approved unanimously. generally sits behind him, makes various comments and gives interpretations whenever he thinks it ap- propriate. Serious analytic work may go on for a long time, from one to ten years or even longer." ("Current Psychotherapies" by Raymond Corsini.) During the process of therapy, the patient comes to therapy at a certain time and pays a prearranged fee. He is to be guided by the "fundamental rule" and, talk saying the first thing that comes to mind. The role of the analyst is to listen, encourage, and interpret when appropriate. United Way The most current fees begin at $60 per hour. Some in- surance plans cover a percenfage of psychiatric expel:' It1 vPry serious cases hospitalization and often medication are required during the initial stages, but many individuals do not need either. Professionals entering the field, of clinical social work, clinical psychology, psychotherapy, psycho- analysis, and psychiatry are required to go through at least two years of analysis as part of their training and education. of the Cloverdale goal. United Way serves 33 agencies in Sonoma County. ...-.....-........... ... ,... ........ .. ,............,...,...... ,....................... :..... ........../.......-..../................../............. ,.-../...-..... ,../.......-...,......, ........., .., .../......... ......../......../.-/..., ......./.................2... y:. 2....../// .:.............-......,............................ ....... . ... ........ .........,.., ,.............. ,...//.-...-.-........, ......./....-......../.-.-. ,/..., ......... :.. ...../....................,., ................ ,....... ,.-.-/../..../......//..';::: !ii Geyserviile is the home of one of the iii! : finest Italian Restaurants in Northern !!i! ..: California - Catelli's , The Rex. Santi : and Virginia Catelli opened the restaurant in 1936 and have kept if a : family-owned establishment since !ii .....  ........ then. Richard Catelli, their son, isnow the owner and operator and is assisted ::: by his lovely daoghter Domenica. iii Richard is still using the same ::: recipes the family used for years and ::: maintaining the fine quality for which i::i Catelli's gained it's fame. The menu is varied and includes such specialties as !i! , rabbit, scampi, sweet breads, as well as steaks, seafood, poultry, pasta and many other items. The bar is separate from the dining room and offers an excellent selection ::::, ::i of liquor and wines. .:.: .'- .. e ........................................................................ , ............ :,:. .:.::..:..;:....::..::;::::2.::::::.::::.:::2::;::.::::::2::;.. Jim's Automotive SPECIALISTS 21310 Redwood Hwy. Geyserville, Ca. 95441 (707) 857-3790 We are changing our name! After owning and operating the business for nearly a year, I am proud to announce that Bino's Automotive will now be known as JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS Everything else about the business will remain the same; the address, the phone number, and the quality personal service. Thank you, Jim Romain Visit Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9@04 Over 39 years in the mme.locationl LAMPSON TRACTOR Bosworth Hardware Paint Hardware Household Items Continued from page 4 United Way Cloverdale Campaign, ge0, was kicked off September 3, 1980. CIoverdale Goal is $13,000 broken down makes up the following categories: Major firms (larger businesses and cor- porations) $10,353; Pacesetters (Industrial contribultons of $I,000 or more} $1,000; Agriculture $250; Professionals, $250; Edu'ai'.,n, $4o, Business, 813; City employees, 115 which equals $13,000 The amount raised to date is $4,054 which is 30 percent Agencies that serve the Ch)verdaie area include: Agency for Infant Development, Sonoma (.unty Council .on Aging, 544-HELP. Anyone in need can benefit from these services. 88 cents out of every dollar goes directly Io funding these agencies. Without contributions and work of volunteers, these agencies would not be able to c-tinue serving needs of the communities. Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 857-3463 IIIIIII I I II I Growers Supply & Irrigation, Inc. ACE Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Gevserville Avenue 857-3484 II I i This space Available  Reasonable Rates Call 894.3339 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/857-3443 i ii!i !ii! i!i! ! !iii !i !:!: iiii