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February 27, 1980

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calls dog lOO businessmen called for a watchdog to monitor practices. to the Club in said that a penchant for but whatsoever eliminating or excessive for a permanent Composed of houses, to action to SPread of over- was made breakfast the three Norma Windrem _ in public ap- three since at excessive is one of the of his cam- "we can no this shotgun .regulation. We efforts areas where for Small where regulation is out that the has a .andard for nforcement . enforcement and and rule- business. tions Year County to illustrate his id that over* one of un- Americans in their proposed if it Small portion y's would service for last PUrchase a Sonoma Regulation penalty All dogs citizens in of the a dog 29 Penalty. Is the best give your or be cots are  and $6 the )rothy and Carson maternal Bill and City Wednesday, February 27, 1980- Page 7 there was too much military And, I am sure these same mail any response to: equipment in the parade. Let people would say there is not Commander, William Russell e me tell you that two of the enough equipment. Ac- Ledford Post 293, P.O. Box Americon Legion vehicles weretransported cording tothelatest,these 535, Cloverdale, CA95425. Friends from San Luis Obispo ex- same people (National Please sign your notes. ! pressly for the Citrus Fair Guard) were sent to the Los Tonight is Bingo Night of the Parade. Angeles area to assist during (Wednesday, Feb. 27) at 7:30 nil WilliamRussell Ledford Post 293 lknowmany, ifnotmost, of the flooding, l for one would p.m. in the Cloverdale had never seen like to see this outfit come to Vetlans Building. Again it library the spectators a Personnel Carrier or a town as often as possible if will be $100 for the 52 number By FRANK OLLENA I would like to extend apologies for the U.S. Coast Guard Band for not entering the Citrus Fair Parade due to the wet weather. They were ready to go, but were fearful of damaging their in- struments. However, they did perform for several hours at the Cloverdale Veterans Building and they were great. Too bad more people didn't attend, but it was a SNAFU day all around. Those of you who watched the parade saw our World War [ members riding the National Guard vehicles. Even here only three of the six WWl men were able to show up. Fred Vadon, Walter Karr and Henry Madden enjoyed their ride and came home with the top award in the division. It was reported that someone remarked that 109MM self propelled gun. And I can tell you that I have seen the day when there was not enough military equip- ment around. Another point I would like to make; should we have any sort of disaster - earthquake, flood etc., this is the outfit that may be called to come to our assistance. only 1o become acquainted with our area and our residents, and hope we never need their assistance during a disaster. I for one feel that the William Russell Ledford Post 293 should invite the National Guard and other military units as long as the Post 293 can afford it. Please blackout. Everyone is invited to attend. Getting back to the parade our Junior Auxiliary girls won a first place in their division. Rain didn't seem to bother them, in fact they did not want to wear their jackets so they could show off their uniforms. to meet The Friends of the Cloverdale Library will hold Iheir next meeting on March 3, al 7:(10 p.m. in the Cloverdate Regional Library Forum ttoom. USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK Bone In 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Daily PRICES EFFECTIVE WED., FEB., 27 THRU TUES., MAR., 4 ,coH Kraft PAPER TOWELS MIRACLE Giant Re. WHIP Qt. S+ze 59 1 [] Bonnie Hubbard BLEACH 1 Gal. 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