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American Legion William Russell Ladford Post 293 with is what I of us e=pression. believe in the above the crux of weeks Lthe with in Bob of three showing Lergency was not American with the I if you are going to think it lack and reason down for Russell American for unit Plans be placed in can Sad readily It "on the :$ will that and that we want our share of ser- meat. As of this writing, representatives will give vices. I hope we shall never nothing has been done. We their respective reports. The need to use the emergency will have asked about this by families of each of the high equipment ut if we do it&apos;s the time you are readng this. school students are also in- here, thanks to the active I ask that anyone who is in- vited to attend the dinner Legionnaires in Cloverdale. terested in getting the city meeting which will be held fathers off of the dime on this with the Auxiliary unit. As By the time you read this matter (veterans or non- requested by the Legion- several of the Post 293 veterans) please contact any naires the menu will include Legionnaires will have ap- member of the American chili beans and spaghetti. peared before the Cloverdale Legion in order that we might According to some of the City Council asking that impress the city counci] with Auxiliary members, this is Wednesday, August 27, 1980- Page 9 something be done at the numbers, not a weight watchersdiet. local cemeteries in the way of While our next two big However, those who count clean up and maintenance, projects are still on the calories will have a choice of It's a disgrace. With the help "drawing board" we hope to many salads, I am sure. I am of several Rio Lindo have a breakfast, open to the also told that there will be Academy High School public on Sunday, November Sicilian Lemon Cake ifyo can students, the members of the 9, and a program sometime beat Commander Jack Legion cleaned up a portion during the same day in honor Durham to the table. of the cemetery just before of Veterans Day. Plans also Memorial Day. Those who call for the program to be visited the cemetery (the presented at the Cloverdale After the regular meeting cleaned portion) must admit High School, free of charge, the Sonoma County Council of that after the flowers were on Friday, November 7. The the American Legion will , . placed on the gaves (by November 9 program will hold its regular meeting in :i *' family, friends and by be primarily for the general Cloverdale. All members of There is much work to be donetoclean up and maintain the is asking for ooperatinn from the city council. Photo by Comrade Henry "Hank" public anda nominal charge Post 293 and Legionnaires localcemeterylnCioverdale. The Ameriean Legiou Post 293 Janlee. Maden) it looked beautiful. I will be made in order to pay from the entire county are was proudofthejobwehad for the cost of bringing a welcomed and urged to at-To vote November 4 reglste by more work to be done and the Angeles area. The poet, Sebastopol is Commander of members of the Post want to James Bruce Joseph Sievers the Council and Joseph F. V ct O ke r rk continue to clean up the has been asked to make the Anello is First Vice Corn- Y disgrace, but we think the appearance, until all is mander. According to Anello city fathers should show definite the members of Post this should be an interesting With the Presidential (even if they have moved sent to all registered voters in requirements for the General some pride in the city's 293 will be ready to be ready, meeting and invited all Post Election a little more than across the street or down the October, are sent to mailig Election. cemetery. At the time we A story of the young poet will 293 members to attend. wo months away, Sonoma block). Voters who wish to addresses as listed on Also, any affidavit ixt planned to clean up the soon appear in the Reveille, Anyone who feels he or she County Clerk Eeve T. Lewis change their party or who registration affidavits. An marked on or before October cemetery in May, we asked according to the editor, is qualified, interested and reminds Sonatas County have changed their names up-to-date mailing address 6 which does not reach the the city council to have a The next meeting of Post willing to get in there and residents that they must shouidalsoreregister by that will ensure prompt delivery election department by chain placed across the en- 293 will be held on Wed- participate is invited to at- register to vote byOctober6 if date, Miss Lewis said. of the sample ballot. October 10 is invalid for the trance in order that access nesday, September 10, at 6:30 tempt to become a member of they want to vote in Also, residents who are not Registration affidavits sent NoyCm_.r election. with autos would be made p.m. It will be one of the most the most active veterans November. 18 by that date, but who will through the mail must reach Early registration will help difficult. We suggested that important meetings of the organization in Cloverdale, is Residents who are already be 18 by election day, the Election Department with prevent such problems and the lock could be opened in year as the Boy Stater and invited to make application, registered must reregister by November 4, should register a postmark no later than avoid inconvenience at the the morning and locked in the Girl Stater along with the Ask a Legionnaire for an that date if they have moved by the October 6 deadline. October 6. polls. eveningbythe police depart- Youth and Environmental application blank, since they last registered Stamped, self-addressed postcard registration forms Last minute registrants are For information or to SalON are available throughout the cautioned, Miss Lewis noted, request a voter registration at countyat cityhalls, public that affidavits mailed form, call the Sonoma County . libraries and various on the deadline day oc- Election Department at 527- businesses. They are also casionally do not carry that 2614 or come to the Depart- available at the county day's postmark. Affidavits ment at Room 101-J, Hall of Election Department. reaching the Election Justice, Sonoma County /, m E Residents should also be Department without a Administration Center, 2555 sure to notify the Election postmark of October 6 or Mendocino Avenue, Santa Department in writing of any before cannot be considered Rosa, between the hours of 8 Fryers change in their mailing ad- to have met the legal a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday Mayonnaise Peaches dress. Sample ballots, to be registration deadline through Friday. NuMade, Quart Large. Sweet & Juicy 37 C,,ru. Squar.. tiled on Radio & T.V. ,, By WESCROOSS meet Monday, September 1 open to all adults, couplet= lb. ,br Day). On September and singles,start Bring your The Cloverdale Citrus 8 a new class will start at friends and S new lease Van Campls Squares hosted the Jefferson School. It is on life. Square dancing is Bell Peppe bastopol Saucy Squares at planned to form a special fun, healthful, and good Pork  Beam, rs a potluck supper and dance Senior Citizens square dance exercise, in congenial 31 Ounces Great for Monday night at the Jet- class which will meet at 6 9 c Salads or 4  dl ferson School. Vanya ,p.m. This class will consist of surroundings and you meet Armour Star s,.,..g ii1 Leighton is the caller far he of basic calls at asomewhaL lots of new folks. Remember "*" u'a J I 1 Citrus Squares. Dave slower pace than regular 6 p.m. for Senior Citizens. 7 .... j Wischemann calls for the square dancing. At7p.m. the p.m. for all other beginners at 79 c hie saba M-ons Saucy Squares. regular beginners Square Jefferson School September C There will be no workshop dance class will start. This is 8. Come try it. You'll like it. Del Mo a Catsup. 32 Ounces c,,.,s,.,,__ 89 " " -BreakfastGreat 8 C Bork calls postal workers '-"-   T., retirement adequate lb. ConUnued from page I cuts are suggested, public the social security funds are "The victims of our trip- employees are the tint to get separate mat[ors that Macaroni Mushrooms pied economy are being the axe," Bork said. Congress must deal with Town House, Salad, treated as if they were the from a taxation angle, while l-lb. Package Great with Safeway USDA villains," Congressional "An example of misguided the postal retirement fund is Chice A C candidate Dr. Norms Bark economic thinking is the financially solvent and 45, - 911 told a group of postal workers current push to dismantle the working to meet the needs of last night, financially successful Postal those it was designed for. Bonele Canned ........... , Jb "Postal employees, Workers Retirement Plan by teachers, fwefighters, and sinking its assets ito the "We have few enough other public employees often ailing lal security fund. I .-.....Rasts...-._.o.c. ,,,Ham,,  ,  Soft Drinks Roma Tomatoes Head Lettuce are the first to be blamed for believe that a retirement plan successfui,,and CongrePlans'"dmuld  uid,not .,,.,,o, I n r Ounce Cans Salads L U / Iceberg mj .1 have no control," Bork told both parties is a contract that Bork was the featured .lid f0r.i "The economic policies ig.rjored by an irre, sponible tercarriers Association local which hurt every American" Congress," Bork told the meeting at the Labor .... Cantaloupes Ye" Onions hurt public employees postal workers. Building. 1708 Corby Avenue .... Sweet equally. Whenever budget Bork said the problems of n Santa Rosa. . 900cl K Sl Top Round Steaks Kmnsford Ju*cy ..,u, _nF ,o. *Medical Center election Charcoal Briquets, Ik L I II it.- i Choice Grade VF" o,t lb./._ 10-1b. eag I iu"iV V Ig. Music; Sue Cummins, Home Candy Paulson, Art; Edg,a[. Continued from page 1 Fresh Celery Raisins S188 a Celery J Raisins " Ec. P.M.; Korea Dahlquist, Pawlan, History, Govt Cloverdale High School: Science & General Math; Geography; George Start,* Stud End, /'z 01zL (  for Relish i Town ---,=, --, 1 ,;,o, Ol.J HToWs. 11. James D. McAu]ey, GeraldHuot, Biology, Coach: Algebra, Geom., Math, =o= o.= I.L _  Samos _ IIVI6Jl"oz" U U  Principal; Joanne Argyres, Regina Kostiz, Business Physics; Susan Wagers, .. J Packages --'=1i-----1 Spanish, French; Keith Education; Gene Lile, Cons. Girls' P.E.; and Linda Max, /-.. Saffola I a. V V J V V Barnhard, English, Drama, Math, item. Math, P.E.; District Librarian. , Journ.; Edward Beltramini, John McMillan, U.S. Hisory, SOhk 0 a.'-,mh'%< Margadne'l"lb'Cubesl Industrial Arts; Bruce Dr. Training; Martin Mur- Muscalacon High School: or= ll.g-   P.E.; AnneBoone, Engiish& Counselling (60 percent) Principal, and Robert ,.,,,, po Reading; Steve Connolly, Herbert Nunn, Auto, Metal; Blankenbaker, Teacher. ,banks s- ,Jl" ,p, _ ._.m --  '  orHotO0 /'i Irlld'lle *Schools IHIcon open sate* =hops = .ql" :--  : ,....,,.. -I XU v r .......... =- ....... "1 ..... i Bu': n.,.,.,4 ,,..,...,..,..,. n....., W"gt" s ct" l- |rU O 1 N= E R l Five former Alllance leriet--.""='"" .'1"77, Ice Cream 1 : W U-HAUL DEALE directors are competing for '  ttermilk ...o, ..... ;:: ,'.;  ;i " -....,- , ,,,,,,.,, ,,...,, re=a. three at-large directorship==. d Pieces ,69*  me m'p Strudel I ! Mrs. Wright', @n,,J Mrs. Wright's, IIII  I " I 41211i "i I'/, lb. Loaf iUV| l-lb. 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