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Page 4 - Wednesday, October 15, 1980 Comrunity Life Luther united in ii! i:!iiiiii;i:!:;:;;:;;:::::::;::::;::;::::::::::;;.::::;::::;:::::::::;.::.::::?:?::.;:::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::.`:&apos;.::y:.'.::>\>::i Beat the L .. iiii :i:i ii!i Z- ilii "N ii!i ::i y:. !iii October 31 deadline Biographies" ca, otill be submitted for Cloverdale's soon-I o-be published history :':' book. i:i: If you haven't received :i:! your kit yet. or if you are !? having problems com- ::i::i plating it. contact Jack !!!: Howell (894-2246) or Roy 2 Wooodall (894-3796) from i:i: the Cloverdale Historical iii! Sociely. iiil Be as complete as i:!: p, Jssible when filling out the iii! informal ion sheet. The i!i! more information you in- !i: clude about your family, !:i: business, or organization, i::::i the more interesting the iii! history book will be. !ii: Remember, everyone is !:!: invited to submit a i::!i biography no matter how many years you've lived in Cloverdale. Today's families are tomorrow's history ! Clausen visited Cloverdale Friday and was Marie Vandagriff. Clausen's first elective office was that of ii ::! greeted by Vivian Wear of the Cloverdale Chamber of Cam- President of the Ferndale 4-H Club when he was 12 years old. !! iil merce, members of the 4-H Club Kerrie Rosetti, Rohonda lnJater years the Congressman was chosen for the National 4-:ii :::: !:i: City Clerk's Corner Kelly Lee Chadwick of Petaluma became the bride of Thomas F. Luther of Petaiuma in a double ring ceremony on September 20 at St. Coleman's Church in Cazadero, with Father Norman Van Sile of- ficiating. The bride's matron of honor was Sharon Alber- toni, sister of the bride. Bridemaids were Mrs. Jeanne Luther Reed, sister of the groom, Lynnette Vyenielo and Wendee Wolcott. The groom's best man was Timothy Burnett, Richard Thompson, Rey Serna and Lynn Scusa. Ring bearer was Michael Luther, nephew of the groom. The bride's gown and mantilla veil were made by the bride and her mother. She carried a cascading bouquet of Daphne roses and white orchids. The attendants' wore daphne rose gowns and carried presentation bouquets of orchids and gyp, designed and arranged by the bride's sister. The music was supplied by Richard Albertoni, the bride'a brother-in-law, and friends. The church was decorated with white and pink car- nations arranged by the bride's sister. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Doris Bowman of -,,,,=mw < Photo by Fred Campbell. Cloverdaie, is a graduate of Cloverdale High School's class of 1978 and attended Santa Rosa Junior College. She is the bookkeeper for Wild Oak Dairy. The groom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Luther of Petaiuma, graduated from St. Vincent High School in Petaiurna, class of 1975 and attended Santa Rosa Junior College. He is self- employed and owner of the Wild Oak of dairy natural Following reception Cazanoma Cazadero fl attending. decorated wedding After a Hawaiian newlyweds residence By BARBARA PEUGH Would you like to know how laws are created? I have received a very in- teresting chart on the subject from a fellow clerk. if any teachers or interested parties want copies of the chart, I will be glad to share this information with you. Suggest|ons for needed legislation come from Agencies, Citizens, Governor or Lobbyists. Bills contents are prepared by a Legislative Counsel (attorney). A Senate bill starts in the State Senate by introduction by a Senator for a first reading, where it obtains a bill number. The Rules Committee assigns the bill to a committee. It printed up for disbur- sement, but disbursement may not be rapid; as law states a bill may not be heard by committee until 31 days after introduction on the floor. Committee hearings are held after the 31 days, with a chairperson and committee members. Testimony on the bill is heard from: the bill's author, citizens, experts in the field to which it relates, lobbyis[s. The committee makes recommendations on the bill after hearing the testimony presented, if it is passed it goes on to the Senate second reading. If it survives the second reading it boes on to a third readng, and after the third readng a debate of members is held. At the end of debtlte a vote is taken by members as to acceptance or rejection of bill. The bill now eo/nes to Assembly for a first reading and a speaker assigns the bill to a committee. The Committee holds hearings and the chairperson and members listen to testimony of the bill's author, citizens and experts and renders a recom- mendation on the bill. It now goes to the floor for a second reading; then a third assembly reading with a debate following. It is then either passed or refused and rerouted to corrective work. From then on the bill goes to the Governor's desk, where he signs or vetoes the bill. A bill can become law without the Governor's signature if certain criteria are met; or his veto of a bill can be over rode by legislature within 60 days (not including joint recesses) to override the veto with a two-thirds vote in each house. After passage of a bill the bill passes on to the Secretary of State (which is to the State, like a City Clerk is to a city or a county clerk to a county.) The bill becomes law January I "of the following year unless it contains an urgency clause, in which ease it becomes law immediately, or if it specified it's own effective date. in the caste of a bill starting it's life .in the assembly instead of the passed and goes onto the Senate; the flow is reversed senate or is defeated. Upon to exactly the same acceptance, the bill is now procedure. From Senate in the senate for first introduction for a first reading. Rules Committee The American Legion Auxiliary presented the Little League with a check for $100. Shown in photo, left to right: Elsie reading, the speaker assigns the bill to com- mittce, it is printed, after 31 days the printed bill may be heard. The Committee holds hearings with, chairperson and committee memers, testimony is taken from author, citizens, ex- perts, and lobbyists. Committee makes recommendations and is either passed or defeated. The second Assembly reading occurs, a third reading occurs, it is either assigns the bill to a com- mittee for hearing before a chairperson and committee. They hear testimony of the author, citizens, experts and lobbyists. Recom- mendations on the 'testimony is given, bill is either passed or defeated. If passed, it is read for a second Senate readings a third reading with debate, followed by a vote. It is either refused or passed. Upon passage, it goes to the governor where the same Calendar of Events Wednesday, October 15 St. Peter's Rummage Sale continues through October 18 at St. Peter's Hall 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary at Veterans Memorial Bldg:, 7:30 p.m. Cioverdale Unified School District at the high school, 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens at Veterans Memorial Bldg., 11:30 a.m. Cloverdale Archers at Rainbow Hall, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 16 Italian Catholic Federation at St. Peters Hall 8 p.m. BPW at Briarwood, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore, 7:30 p.m. CIoverdale Rotary at Papa John's, 12:15 p.m. Green ThumbGarden Club at members home,8 p.m. Alanon at St. Peter's, 8 p.m. Friday, October 17 Football - Cloverdale v. Lower Lake high school field, 5: 30 p.m, Monday, October 20 Volunteer Firemen at the Fire Department,7:30 p.m. Cloverdale FarmBureau at Veterans Memorial, 6:30 p.m. Squar e Dance at Jefferson School, 7 p.m. Story Time at Cloverdale Library, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 21 Cloverdale Odd Fellows at Grange Hail, 8 p.m. Art Com.fffission Workshop at 213 Main Street, 7 p.m Drieer's License at Velerans Memorial Bldg. 9 a.nl. Century Lions Club at Cloverdale Coffee Shop, 7 a.m. Cioverdale Teachers Assn. at high school library, 3 p.m. pattern can occur as when .the bills come in from the Senate. As you can see from ' the above, getting a law into the books is not simple, or inexpensive. And removal of laws from the books is as involved and expensive as many hearings must occur Continued on page 17 Karr, Marilyn Michelon. and receiving the gift for the Little League, Sharon Ricetti. Photo by Janice. Largest Bingo pot to be hau away on Wednesday, Oct. 22 By FRANK OLLENA What may be the largest Bingo pot ever offered during a game in Cloverdale will be won by some lucky Bingo player or players on Wednesday, October 22. The game wilt begin at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to enjoy an evening out. The $200 pot will be offered during the last game which is always a blackout. Because this is the final Bingo game of the year, the William Russell Ledford Post 293 membership decided to offer the larger pot. It has been $100 in appreciation of the palronage during this year. According to Jospeh F. Anello, Post Bingo chair- man, "If we get a good crowd beginning with our January game, we will continue the larger pot." He went on to say, "Due to the November and December games falling close to the holidays, we decided to cancel them." 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