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ASHWORTH -- learn," Ashworth said. He was particularly proud of the school being named a Cali- fornia Distinguished School in 1992, earning a six year accred- itation from the WASC Commit- tee this year, and school-wide computer access Ashworth said he will miss CHS. "I will miss the relation- ship with the staff and the stu- dents. That's one thing about a small school--you get to know everybody really well. We've de- veloped a pretty good working relationship," he said. Ashworth's resignation will be taken up by the school board at its special meeting Wednesday night at the Cloverdale High School Library starting at 6:30 pm. Accordingto Superintendent Mike Carey, the board will like- ly accept the resignation and Vice-Principal Gene Lile will probably be asked to serve as interim principal. "Trying to recruit a principal at this time of the year is hard to imagine. It would be next to im- possible," Carey noted. Fire District board to meet September 8 Directors of the Cloverdale Fire Protection District will meet Sept 8 in the Sciaini Building" meeting room, 138 So. Clover- dale Blvd. at 7 p.m. A presentation will be made to Captain Ron Barney for his ser- vice to the Fire District. Also there will be a dedication of the District's new fire engine #6570. Other agenda items will be staffing recommendations for the replacement of Capt. Barney, who recently resigned to take a similar position of fire preven- tion officer with the Tiberon Fire Department. Also on the agen- da will be recommendations re- garding management of the Dis- trict s internet web site, and a closed session conference with Fire Chief Jack Rosevear, Dis- trict Counsel Larry McLaugh- lin, and Counsel Helene Leich- ter representing the Cloverdale Firemen s Association. Also a closed conference regarding liti- gation. Hewlett Packard donates printer to Cloverdale High Hewlett-Packard Company donated more than $36,000 in cash and computer equipment to 18 local schools and organiza- tions throughout Sonoma Coun- ty. Cloverdale High received an HP Laser Jet 5 S mix printer and duplex attachment (worth $4,162). The printer will be ac- cessible to all of the networking computers throughout campus. The Geyserville Unified School District received an HP Vectra PC and Desk Jet Printer ($2,171). Every three months, HP's Sonoma County donations com- mittee reviews a number of grant proposals. This quarter, the 12 member committee selected 11 schools and seven agencies to receive grants. The money and equipment will aid in teaching and help fund youth activities. Former JC student receives appointment by President Clinton A former Santa Rosa Junior College economics student has been appointed as a research assistant to President Clinton's Council of economic Advisers (CEA). Zachary Candelario of Lark- field will begin his job with the CEA in Washington, DC, this month. A former political scienc- es major, Candelario changed his focus after taking an eco- nomics course with SRJC in- structor Ron Schuelke. According to Schuelke, the CEA was established in 1946 when Congress passed the Full Employment Act which required the president to prepare an an- nual economic report, "The government was commit- ted to preventing another expe- rience like the Great Depression of the 1930's and the President's economists were appointed to help formulate economic policy," Schuelke said. /* L F C L OV E R DA L E - ., . . .t" The Drug$ore in SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE sept. sep. 9, CHEF nOVARDEE - CANNED PASTA ACT II Kn=eNS =-i50Z ASSORTED NIC00WAVm .... nclr POPCO=N THOMAS" ENGLISH MUFFINS 6 PACK REGULAR OR SOURDOUGH i: , TOOTHPASTE 6OZ ASSORTED i RTED : : .) PLASTIC TUBULAR HANGERS Assorted 10/Sl SHOP LONGS FOR THE 'VALUE! IlVtON "------------" , ,.,....,o0_.,.,,,,,,,,.,, , Imua inemum  WINE o00Bnu( i nuy one, i WIN! GilIi ! n Got: One Free n c .ou., u,. I Imvlen i -?-,  * Uour=i. chau=, ASSORTED Rs ozoR Iru c SUAV,rN SLANC *OZ S, ! Ilelen  I ,  u I! A MBal i =-='------"="-'---- i n , = ==ran n ----- n , L__ wnmn L__  __o.o,,__,.,__ .____,,,. -- .., [L.]j 1 .  F,    % I I J Ill OCA-COLA, DIUT COKE, NU FREU DIET COKE OR SPRITE 2 LITER +CRV I * UW NAI'UIIAL LU COA-COLA, DIET COKE, CAIPlIIIN! IIlU COKE OR SPRITE 12 PACK 12 OZ CANS 99 +CRV ASSI* elfin FUJI HGII COLOR PEII FILN BONUS PACK (3-24 EXPOSURE ROLLS PLUS 1 FREE 24 EXPOSURE ROLL) CN 135"96 719 100 ISO ls' 889 200 ISO l:i NA .... iii