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December 24, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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December 24, 1980

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tie, Sonoma County, California Clovefdale vezlle //Sh ed \\;O Vol. 102 No. 52 894-3339 Wfy (kHmlNw 24, 19110 20 cents lary 'L. Johnson, age 41, transient County, was ap- for disturbing the peace at R.V. Rmm rt, south of in the early hours of the Wednesday, December 17, led the Sonoma County to the discovery of the and vandalimn, by the same Our Lady of Mr. Carmel at Asti. owner of the RV his little dog "Tip" thim about 3:30 a.m. wt his , kno. atwmmrhtth..% d t of the window and saw a bearded man wearing a vestment acting very L I asked my wife to call the and my dog and I went t what it was all about. I saw lake off the vestment and stuff We followed him up to the when the sheriff's arrived they handcuffed the took him to the county jail Lampert said. tola me if 1 wantel to to come to their in Santa Rosa by 9 a.m. I this help. It was obvious he the Department Health could give him. If l- charges, and he was might not ever get the help Lampert said. Father Henry, pastor and the church at Asti, a deputy from the Sheriff's Lampert went to the church where they found it had vandalized. Three ex- made vestments had along with some other vestment, Father Henry valued al approximately $600. Was also booked for Iurglary at $5,000. ay evening Kendric business about 8:30 if he could come in and According to Zanzi, Johnson backpack on the floor near asked the girl behind the could have a cigarette. told him she didn't smoke Continued on page 17 The happiness of a child at Christmastime is one of life's most beautiful treasures. Santa must have just paid a visit to little Goyserville khooi Board Anne Marrie Eliggi and her friend "Tippy" and is on his way to make the rest of his visits in tl community. Photo By Janke Corey. .Computers approved for high school Purchase of new comlmte for in- struction at Cioverdale Hi School and ,me at the school library lob bern alp proved y the Sehe Board. The *7,5OO dam'e will three micro.computers for tlm high school math depm'tmmt and smther computer for the library. Aeewam'y Malor local burglary ring broken The Cloverdale Police Department revealed this week Ihat a major lecM burglary ring has been broken, with Ibe arrest Friday of four Ciovrdale youI hs. It. Rob Dailey maid that this losm0 percenl of the burglaries in Cloverdale this year of the stolen goods recovered after Ihe arresl. Arresled on ion of atolen properly charges were Beatrice .Ann Ziien, 20; Ronald Dean Goodwin, 19; Michael Montgomery, 18; and a juvenile girl. Goodwin and Zipperlen were arreed Friday evening on Railroad Avenue after hey allegedly ammulted a man and robbed him of his wallet. Mm- Igomery and the juvenile were qpolted nearby and taken in for qutlmdng. One hundred fifty items from Cloverdale and other county burglaries were recovered by the poltee daparl- menl, including tape  lakml from a local school, clothing and eqmpment. equipment for the matmm It Indttded 9tan told the board the new eomputs will be umd next mter at the heeL Five emnlmters now in tree at tbe Wmmlqltm Sdmol will he Iosmd to the @ oI for the computer me COUrl. ....  .... A tmtmlv, lm  for all t lm eOmlmter, to be reed next  at Wmddngten School for its computer program. Ctoverdale l.n sebeoi u Llnda Max told the beard the additlm of a eomimter at the Hbrary will be Impm'tant In veral ways. 8he uid the comlmter will m,ke eledeal ehorm easier by storing Information on extq tt ,tockJ, for example. Tbe computer will aim be aceemtble to mudents ,rid temdml. "Ebem Id need to become familiar with what i SotnS. bea ummycom world," ,ald Max. PARK POLICY Board mbem approved a new rqutton wtdeh prohibits studms hm ug Klemr Pm'k on school days betwem the hours of $:0 an. and :M p.m. P.E. POLICY A n poU wu otmyed by trmtom vddch allows  nt Edmb-Hamm i7cal Mum/m eomm. Smiors at the school already have tt opUoL KmOL imUmMwr A new master clock and bestm en uurner  wmmuqlt0u Sdmol m  by me Bom.d. Tbe re,m0 Simplex clock system will rce a maeter cleck thst has worn out, ,ceord to PrtneJ Cud WUllan. Ceatlm, ed m page 17 WEATHER Hi Low Rain 15 67 36 16 79 37 17 70 41 18 64 43 19 66 44 20 69 45 21 63 46 0.83 tal to date 9,.84 last year 17.82 INDEX I .i|e %ot'icr I$. 16 8.11 IS 14 10 13 12 Kindergarten School The Geyserville School Board has approved an enlarged, two session kindergarten program that is scheduled to open on January 5. Because a sudden increase in kin- dergarten enrollment this fall, trustees decided he program must be expanded along with the hiring of an additional eacher. Joanne Borovoy, former director of the district's summer program and a eacher al River Oaks Nursery School, was hired ass lemporary kindergarten eacher. She will teach from January 5 to June It during the afternoon session. Borohoy was selected from 22 ap- plicators for her job. The morning kindergarten session will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and the hfternoon seson will be from 11:30 a,m. Io 2:30 p.m. A district bus will pick up students for lhe afternoun sessiun and Ihen Will lake the morning s udenJs home. ELECTION Trustee Joe Vogensen was re-elected to his third term as boa l*esldt during the annual reorganization meeting. Trustee lthy Ztmino was chosen as hoard cier and represen- ttive lu lhe Sonuma County Committee on School Dislricl Organization. Al*ernalive representative is Will Schuman. PROMOTION POLICY Board members adopte! a new promolion poticy for 8th grade sludenls. A Iolai of 112 units will be required for advancement to the 91h grade. Of those credits, 17.5- must be oblained in each of the following sub- jeers: language arts, science, math, and spcial studies. program expanded The new requirements will pubished in the student handbook. tt be LUNCH REQUEST Trustees-received a letter from the Geyservilite Parent Teacher Student Organization which requtmta that mhool i be with lanm" portimm and m.  h.ult. '1 bosrd hid it will review tim rotter tad discuu3t at the January 12 nmett. II I I I Telephone custOmers offered optional plan Beginning Friday, December 19, one- party residential telephone customers in Cloverdale will be offered an optional p1 owJng them ton4r  to , mddz, Windor,  Santa Rma at fixed rate, baaed o hourly umage. p, emc Tdeme Mmmter nm Hammaltan mmmmc that the pl4m, known a, olmm m-lbers in Cleverdale with era, two or three hours worth of. dir.dlM "daytime" calls per mouth to Imyme lit R OF  TIIANKS also received a letter of Ilmalm from district lmmfled em- ploy f the m.s salary Uombmed en Imp t I  I I II I I I I I Jill 'r oddS" t.t , t pUm to wtil.lmy !.a for melt emaulative beta" of.male per numth-ou caUs plsmd betwNa 0m beum of S. a.m. Centlaned m Imge t D00mdltnm The Reveille emee will be elmed Clu'imnum D,y ,rid Friday, Deeemb It. The dasdaine for all editorial mul Mvortlmg  is Ssttmrday nora. TJbe office will be open all dlqon Sslurday, December 17" .... I