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Page 4, Cloverdale Reveille, September 24, 1997 Ghouls and goblins grab your morn and dad and h'eakd for the 10th annual "Safe and Sane" Halloween Parade and party sponsored by iiii0000ii !iiiii!iii 00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiii:!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiil iiiii W a ::: ::::::?..:': :::: :: :;.:: ::::::$:: ..:: ::::::::::::: ::! $::.'.-::: s::! @:: ::.:::! ::::':' ?@! !: ::.:.!:i::-':: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::::::: :-':-:-::::::::::.::?-:':.:::.: : :  :..'::. $':::. ii!.i! !!!iiii .i:,::" ," 'ii ...... !i::iii!iiiiiii':  " :':"" : "i.::? *" ":$.::?:::? , ' :-:::;: " ai:i:i:i:i:i: :::i:i::!ii}..:::i.- " '::. "- "':':.  '':i[ :::': Reader angered over parking ticket Editor" My husband parked his car facing the wrong direction in front of our home all night on 9/04. The next morning he _________ found a $75 parking ticket on the windshield.  , What happened to warning tickets you _//// '  I park this way again I will give you a )/..---, l ULJL . 1-il..1 IIIt UIIII IIUUilIJI LLI LU / t l ; , do at 3:21 am but give parking tickets// _ while we sleep. I bet he goes home/-, ---, every morning feeling like he helped ,, )  the community of Cloverdale. Why .....  "7---, doesn't he patrol an all night drug dealers house I'm sure they're all over. To some people $75 is a days wages. Jena R. Heth Special This Week: t Zinnias, Tomatoes Farm fresh unsprayed fruit, vegetables, flowers. Saturdays, 9-11:15 am Southeast corner of 3rd St. & Cioverdale Blvd. Rhonda Thomas Born 9-28-61 She looks good for her age/ Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas ,,'/\\; 1 "\\; l;J;, N 1 & 74/lSl!, HOMES & VINES (707) 89,1-5,,137 "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones Wednesday, September 24 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-9 pm Soroptimist International, Sciaini Office .................. 12 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ........................ 9:30 a.m.-4 pm Bingo, Kings Valley Seniors ....................................... 1 pm City Council Meeting, City Hall ............................. 6:30 pm Supervisor Paul Kelley, Office Hours, City Hall 8:30-10:30 Economic Development Comm., Papa's Pizza .... 7:30 am Thursday, September 25 Thnft Sale, United Church .....................  ........... 10 to 3 pm Rotary Club, Owl Cafe ............................. i . ......... 12:15 pm Duplicate Bddge, Sciaini Bldg., 140 S. Clvd':., BI ........ 7 pm Cioverdale Host Lions Club ........................... ': ..... 7:30 pm Friday, September 26 ' Toastmasters, Cloverdale Coffee Shop ..................... 7 am Senior Day Center, Grange Hall .................... 9:30 to 2 pm Saturday, September 27 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 9 a.m.-1 pm Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Thrift Sale, United Church ............................ 10 a.m.-1 pm Pancake Breaidast, Grange Hall, 2nd & Commercial Benefits senior canter .................................... 8-11 am Cloverdale Street Celebration, on the Boulevard between First & Third Streets, live music, food, crafts, car show, frog jumping competition, contests, cookie bake-off contest, children's activities, and more ........................ 10 am-4 pm Sunday, Soptembor 28 Flea Market, Citrus Fairgrounds ................. 7 a.m. to 4 pm Monday, September 29 Boy Scout Troop #41, City Park ................................ 8 pm Cancer Support Group, First Amedcan Title Conference Room ........................................................... 10-11 am Tuesday, Soptembor 30 Family History Ctr., LDS Church .................... 5 p.m.-9 pm Senior Center, Grange Hall ................................ 9:30-4 pm Ladies Circle of Druids, Druids Hall ........................... 8 pm Veterans of Foreign Wars, Vet's Bldg ....................... 8 pm Copper Tower Family Health Center Free Blood Pressure Check .................. M-S, 9-12, 2-6:30 OutReach Mental Health ................... T, Th., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free Vaccinations ........................................................ M-S Cloverdale Alcoholics Anonymous Hot Line for Clovardale Information: 894-20701544-1300 the Roaring 20's Lioness Club of Cloverdale. Parade signs-up will be in the parking lot at the comer of 2nd and Cloverdale Blvd. from 4:30 to 5:00 on Friday, October 31. Prize age divisions include: babies-2nd grade, 3rd grade-6th grade, 7th grade and up and groups of two or more. Prizes for prettiest, ugliest, and most original will be awarded in each classi- fication. Prizes will be awarded in each age classification. Prizes will be awarded at the end the pa- rade. The ghostly parade will make its t way to the Multi-Purpose Room of' Washington School. The party will bel held from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. =1 In the event of rain, sign-ups will be held in the Multi-Purpose room. For information on volunteering or donating cookies and cupcakes call 894-3563 or 894- 3761. Seats still open for Liberty Ship cruise The last time I boarded a Liberty Ship, we were forbidden to tell anyone when we were to ship out, what our destination was to be and all connected with the trip was a military secret. What the big brass didn't realize was that none of us knew when we were to board the ship, where we were going, or what type of ship we were to board. We did board the ship a couple days in advance. We learned we had left the dock one morning when we went top side and could see nothing but water and a few ships near us. As time went on additional ships joined us, and in a few days we were surrounded by many ships of all sorts; submarines, baby aircraft carriers, destroyers, tankers and other Liberty Ships. For our cruise on the Jerimiah O'Brien, we have no secrets. We want everyone to know. The problem is we can only take 45 passengers. That's the capacity of the bus. But we have a problem. We hope that one or more of our passengers can lead us in song-songs that were popular during WWII. The words "to the tunes will be passed out and you may keep them if you desire. This should be a fun trip for each of us, so get your vocal cords in shape in order that you and other passengers will be able to drown out my voice because I couldn't carry a tune in basket-but I like to sing. We have a few seats on the bus available, and the time is getting short to complete our reservations. The next issue of the Reveille may Fire directors responsibilities While it is important that Directors of a Fire District lid firefighters who provide such vital services, the Board's first bility is to the District as a whole A fire district director is not, and cannot be the spokespe devoted advocate for a district's personnel. A director's resp is to the entire District This cannot be emphasized too st director's duty lies in represenng the electorate, the paO District who receive the services that District is there to pr New directors, especially, need to refresh their memoriesl responsibilities to the people who placed them in office toi board policy and to address the best interests of the District  A great step forward Saturday's dedication of Phase I of the Cloverdale Depot l a good step forward for the community. And it was really that Phase 2, construction of the depot and rail platform will by next Spring. This project, spearheaded by Sonoma Transit upcomin Reveill iuthor, M rote of hi Verdale  .Worksh Senio n Hollan( ed Wo tween tt it had a p tfe. "I tht very exci ' I learned to do wil ople tak ii have," age of 1' [his futur, David Knight with the support of Supervisor Paul Kelley, f man Frank Riggs and Cloverdale's Vice-Mayor Robert J different ensure that Cloverdale will be a link in the chain of railroa/ Y. They along the Northwestern Pacific line in the future, iodb Excursion trains could bring many visitors to town and i E" _ . come commuter trains will also connect Cloverdale with tt., ved t te er s fo( der of the Bay Area as well as further north. We owe a vote( =th . - . mostly in to the officmls named who have worked very hard to bring .tt n to fruition. As it means so much to Cloverdale's future, 10:al r. He lat would be wise to continue to throw their full surmort !1 g whK xr C project. As David Knight has repeatedly said, he welcomes y0  couple -  a uau ....  ghter m the planning stages of this project. And those interested : i/ utine public art are also asked to contact him. Your intere Zan der E ' ,rso. "Five appreciated. BJH tWas then we de: Project Grad daffodil sale exten00 There has been such a wonderful response to the 1 Graduation Daffodil Sale that it is being extended for two weeks. If you have not had the chance to purchase these high quality King Alfred bulbs, please do so today. All the goes to promoting safety and fun for Cloverdale's seni0 lad the w second a said. more art Overdal [5-3.45 p Rosa J ! by Sc( be the final notice concerning the cruise on the Jerimiah CYBrien. So night they graduate from high school. And you get pack up and let's head out! The bus leaves Cloverdale Veterans daffodils in early spring. If you are interested in purch Building at 7 am and the boat leaves Pier 32 at 9 am. Singing bulbs, please call Melissa Cox at 894-3098. With thanks t I commences when we find a leader, support!  Wet 4 Sl Harvest Time DIRT CHEAP f- celebration set  TIO'VS.CRUISES  m''" ...'L ;'SImpro, OnSaturday, Oct.18, Alexander (707)824-2SS0 i . .   :: ,.o.,Del Wel 307 South Maln Stree Sebastopot Valley Winegrowers present their , 4th annual "Harvest Time' cele- D|lr CHIIP I'R IIIL oulton bration. This popular event lets LINIC meei you meander throughout the val- ley at your own pace as you par- [.e Libra take in a connoisseurs selection i'=tors are of world-class wines, food pair-  on on ings, exclusive tours, entertain-  lub will h ment and special discounts.  irnan Ar by Dem rickets are Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. To receive brochure and ticket order form, call Alexander Valley Winegrowers, 1-888-289-4637 (1- 888-AVWINES). YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 Office Hours Mon-Fri 9 AM to 5 PM CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Editor Bonny J. 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