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January 9, 1991

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@ Pae 8 Cloverdale Reveille .|anuarv 9. 1991 Santa with friends Edna, Susie, Myrtle and Kathrine. Santa with one of his elves, also known as Greg Lands. Hardware AvoJobLe At Port,ctpoting Ace ordwore S+ores JANUARY 91 /8, 1o PAY LESS REBATE EtNAL COSl AFTER REBATE WHILE As Adveqsed SUPPLIES LAST (F,os.oP2 Fluorescent-2 Pack k 3532 / 48" fluorescent light bulbs for crisp, cool while light, Ideal for home. office, utility rCm, etc. 1500 Watt Heater "V[lth Thermostat ( o ) 3, heat settings to worm up your winter, plus fah only for summer cooling. '\\; -2 AS Adverllsed On Nahofiai TV Ace 6 Outlet Surge I ,,,8 , Protection Strip , 33521 Surge suppressor protects valuable appJi. ances, computer & electpnic equipment. tHERHDs. As AclverllSe0 On Nahonal T V Stainless Steel Vacuum Bottle (g') Exclusive "flip 'n' pour" design, Unbreakable stainless steel. Holds 1 liter .You '17 SUPPLIES PAY LAST Less .QSO _ RETE I Plk Ioo,oo\\; m 8733b Anti Freeze OaL  / Provides year round protection, Meets major auto manufacturers specifications i00ini's Hardware a 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. VISA 894-2165 Men-Sat 8:00-5:30 Sun 10-3:00 Happy New Year from Santa and long-time Cloverdale resident Al Montedonico. Happy New Year from CareWest Manzanita Santa made his scheduled stop in Cloverdale last month to visit some very special folks at Care West Manzanita. Because of all the loving community support and hard working staff, Santa was able to have several gifts for each resident on Christmas Eve. Santa paid a visit to one of his longtime friends, Albert Montedonico, who is a long-time resident of Cloverdale and a past Fire Chief from the 1950's! AI sends New Years Greetings to "his" town," and says, "Why don't you all come up and see me sometime!" He loves to visit with old and new friends. While in Cloverdale, Santa couldn't forget one of his "little" friends, Greg Lands. (Santa KNOWS when you've been good!) The staff at the Manor want to thank Santa for making this very timely visit since a lot of the women who work there are mothers with young children who also had a chance to visit with Santa before he left. By the way, staff members say they discovered a few litde secrets during Santa's visit. First of all,he had a #75 on his sleigh and appeared to be a Raiders fan. On top of that, his reindeer ran on WOOKIE power! Neal Minnis - have you been trying to influence Santa?? January is National Blood Donor Month Eight million blood donors across donors conu'ibute at least 95% of the country, who supplied more blood used in the United States. than 12 million pints of blood to While more than half of Ameri- others in need last year, are being cans are eligible to give blood, le honored by President George Bush than 10% do so. Even in todays and the American Association of :high technol%, medical environ- BlondBanI(AABB). ent, die  for human blood The President has declared Janu- ary as National Volunteer Blood DonorMonth, And to help make sure an adequate supply of blood is available in the coming year, the AABB has joined with Blood Bank of the Redwoods and other blood banks across the country to promote the 1991 donor month theme: "We Are Counting On You To Care. Give Blood." Because of recent publicity of techniques that allow some patients to donate their own blood and re- ceive it back after surgery, people may feel itis no longer necessary to donate blood to the community sup- ply. In fact, according to Lori Irwin, Blood Bank of the Redwoods' Donor Recruiter, the need for blood is constant, and volunteer blood continues.- no synthetics or substi- tutes have yet been found. Among donors being honored those in Sonoma, Lake and Men- docino counties, where more than 22,000 units of blood are used every year. We depend on blood more than we realize. Nationally, about four million ill and injured patients need blood transfusions each year. With- out blood from the community sup- ply, many medical and surgical pro- cedures would be impossible, and lives of cancer, cardiac and organ transplant patients,as well as seri- ously ill newborns, would be lost. People who are interested in be- coming blood donors are asked tocall the Blood Bank of the Red- woods at 545-1222 for more infor- mation. Folk Dance class begins in Healdsburg this month A class in Folk and Ethnic Dance will be offered in Healdsburg by Santa Rosa Junior College on Mon- days at 6:30 p.m. beginning Jan. 28. The class will meet at the Villa Chanticleer. Emphasis is on line dances from Eawope and the Balkans, including Greece, Bulgaria, Yugo- slavia and Romania. The class is open to both men and women. No experience is nec- essary and no partners are needed. High school students are also welcome to register for the class and earn 1 unit ofcollege credit. The instructor, Marilyn Wathen, has taught folk dance workshops throughout the U.S., Canada and in France. She is an enthusiastic teacher who thoroughly enjoys teaching people of all ages. Folk dance parties are scheduled throughout the semester. Students may register at the f.st class meeting. Cost of the 1 unit class is $8.For information, call Ms. Wathen at 526-7552. If your tanks are fu II of go op and the slush has turned to mush...Call your local septic man. Remember... "Royal Flush"! 894-5735 10% Senior Citiz Discount Desert Shield Project su local service men and wome00 The Sonoma County-based Op- Persian Gulf. The eration Desert Shield Support Proj-- will be packaged in ect (ODSSP) will be sending another shipment of supplies to Northern California servicemen and women stationed in the Persian Gulf this Saturday, Jan. 12. The project is sponsored by Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter #223, in association with the Lions and Lionesses Clubs of Son- oma County. Project organizers say they wexe surprised to discover that our service people in Sandi Arabia are not supplied with some of the basic commodities we all take for granted. The purpose of the project is to fill this gap and, at the same time, give servicemen and women from Son- oma County/Northern California, our "SUlXm", a reminder that the people in their home communities are thinking of them. The group is seeking four things from the community. 1. They want the names and APO/FPO addresses of local ser- vicemen and women from Northern California now stationed in the packages and sent direct individuals. 2) Contributions of needed (see list below) 3) Monetary donations are tax deductible cancelled check is organization is all volunl for, all donated funds will to purchsing, packaging and ping items. Please make payable to: "Operation Support Project" Exchange 2201 Mendocino Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95401 4) Contributions of time. The group slresses they are ing U.S. foreign polic. They seek to support out young women in uniform in the Gulf. For more information, Bobbi Adams at 528-4607, Sweeney at 584-7155. l)peration Desert Shield Support Project LIST OF ITEMS NEEDED Shampoo Conditioner Toothpaste Toothbmslw.s Mouthwash Lotion Liqd lip balm (tubes melt) Sunscreen/39+ Wet wipes Sm, boxes of laundry soap Anti itch spray Odor Eaters Corn starch or baby powder with corn starch Pencils Pencil sharpeners Stationary Small packs of Kleenex Deodexant Tampons Bandaids Toilet .o. Insect rellant Soap Shaving cream Disposable razx VisineJMurine or similar Nosporin ointment/similar Cotton socks and t-shirts Vaseline Gum Hard candy Nuts Tic Tacs Fruit snacks (dried) Koolaid or similar (to cover taste of chlorinated water) Crystal Lite Gatorade Cookies Small snacks Canned meat Tea Sunflower seeds Jelly Toppings (chocolate, butterscotch) Playing cards Puzzles Games Batteries Frisbees Jump-ropes Boxes Tape Packing materials ITEMS NOT ALLOWED No liquor No pork products No religious No pornography (including anything with any picture of women with arms or legs exposed) No chocolate bars (they melt) Blood On The Moon. A Sign That Christ is Coming Aga00n00 7:15 P,M..  Free Admission Each night u will hear a drnmatic one-hour pres- entatkm fea Rdatton, the last book in the Bible. Each I'ture hall illustrated on Kreen. Sunday, Jan. 12 Facing The Future W'dhout Fear" An and a forgotten dream collide to give today. Monday, Jan. 14 "Did God Create The Devil?" If God is so the world so bad? Where did the propho/tells how you can survive satan's Tuesday, Jan. 15 "Evidence That Demands A Verdict" You can you need. At the Seventh-Day Adventist Church 1085 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Corner of Elbddge and Cloverdale Blvd. Free Child Care for Preschoolers