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Cloverdale, California
March 5, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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March 5, 1980

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ale Merchants ion held meeting Directors Monday, 8th and the [ on February Hall chum- report by Knit-Wits several new and two In the ab- President at the Dale Judy Schutz and Valerie Hutchins were appointed to the telephone committee for March meetings since these meetings would be especially important to plan all promotions for the coming year. Everyone agreed that the Christmas promotion was very successful and now it is time to plan for spring, summer, fall and winter again. Mr. Peterson will contact Mr. Tanner of the Cloverdale Reveille for costs for an Easter page in the paper and merchants' deadline will be March 28th for the Easter edition of the Reveille. Judy McDonald of J's Shoes, treasurer, gave her report. President Mike Pryor is working on a Fund Raiser for the Cloverdale High School Band and will report at the next meeting. Merchants are reminded to mark their calendars. The next meeting will be March 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. news for senior citizens citizen or employee your way he amount Sassi, for Internal m Northern '"lax Credit This credit OWed, and as much as and you or a SOme kind of Some tax Social are not for is also available to certain persons under 65, if they have public retirement system income, like teachers and policemen. There are some limitations, however; the credit doesn't work in every instance. For example, persons, who receive the maximum Social Security or Railroad Retirement payments would not be eligible. Just being a senior citizen or a public retiree won't necessarily make you eligible for this credit. But don't be put off by that. Give it a try. Get a Schedule R & RP, "Credit for the Elderly". There are instructions on the schedule itself, and also in the tax package. If you fill in the necessary information on the Schedule R or RP--- whichever is appropriate for you---IRS will compute the credit and decrease your tax accordingly. If you decide you're eligible for the credit, be sure to use Form 1040 when you file. The short form may not be used. The IRS has a free publication, Pub. 524, "Credit for the Elderly", which will answer most of the questions you might have about the credit. This publication, as well as any schedules, forms, and over 90 other free publications on tax subjects, can be ordered by mail, using the order form in the tax package, or by calling the IRS number listed in the local telephone directory. If more convenient, they can also be picked up at most' IRS offices. Cloverdale Realty new sales assoc,ate to staff of Co., of Red Realty, an an- this week. resident to she estate of 1979, and has been Santa Rosa degree all the for i.H. Huff, & Co., "We are excited about the Red Carpet Cloverdale showing our new associate Realty said. And they invite COUple have and new resident the everyone to come by and say, engineer Cloverdale area we love and hello, to their new sales enjoy working in", the staff of associate. Legion Auxiliary. along with the Cloverdale Lions Club. g,z. flag decals and a booklet on how to display the flag to each second A rla Mae Bogner in picture above is Louis Sanchez and Michele Panz of Class. Photos by Janice "'i:i!,  ii/i  Eddie Hunt and Julie Brazeli. second graders in Pat Knights's class. City council Continued from page 1 DEFERRAL After adjourning the council meeting for 30 minutes to hold a separate committee meeting, the council deferred action on a proposed agreement allowing Cloverdale Ready-Mix to purchase sand, gravel and loam located on city property north of the First Street Bridge. A decision is ex- pected at the March II meeting. THEATER OWNER'S COMPLAINT Michael Scott Tompkins, owner of the Clover Crest Theater asked the council why a Feb. 16 live concert at the theater was cancelled by Police Chief Rod Persons. Tompkins said he has held live concerts at the theater during his seven year ownership of the Clover Crest and was never required to have a special permit. Police Chief Persons said he would like to consult with City Attorney John Klein before replying. The council scheduled the matter for March 11 and commented that items must be placed on the agenda before a discussion can take place. Notice Cioverdale Circle of Druids No. 81 is planning a special meeting on Sunday March 9th at one o'clock at the Druids hall. At that time, Lucille Patrone Grand Arch Druidess of the State of California will pay her of- ficial visit to Cloverdale Circle. All members who can are requested to be sure to attend. Wednesday, March 5, 1980- Page 5 Hank Del Sarto honored with surprise birthday party Close relatives including six great-grandchildren, five grandchildren and friends honored Hank Del Sarto with a surprise 80th birthday dinner party, Sunday, February 24, at Papa John's. Honoring Hank were Jo, his wife, daughter Gloria and her husband Ed, son Bob, his wife Darliene, grandchildren Pat Simmons, his wife Kathy, Lynn Pendergraft, Debbie Chappell, her husband Dave, Randy Del Sarto, his wife Sandy, and John Rudolph. Great-grandchildren at- tending were Tony and Janae Simmons, Larissa and Carrie Pendergraft, and Shad and Kyle Chappell. Other relatives were Mike and Bernice Trusendi, Andy and Rose Vasconi, Raoul and Ruth Pellegrini. Friends were Frank and Florie Domenichelli, Allie and Enes Trusendi, Hey and Edie Peterson, Peli and Amelia Pelanconi, Micheline Smith and Mike Circo. Photo by Jose Esparza .r A " A -- 7..  ' -- ... JUST SHOP OUR CLASSIFIED ADS... ONE OF TODAY'S DESI EfiEHO? SAUERS l, Just turn to our Classified pages and you'll find a gigantic market- place for all kinds of goods and services. Instead of driving all over town, usingup expensive gas, spend a few moments looking through the Classifieds. There are bargains galore and when you think about all the money and personal energy you can save by not running all around town, the values in the" Classifieds become an even better deal. II 894 3339