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] Management page I merits to those should be as the change whether or sUt alone the refdling pits along reach" of the decided that the that question findings of the hydrological wig of bedload can be ex- ahead. was the a pilot IXoject should page l member of the Library." that she would offidals to step will be. suggested consider resolution sup- bill. page 2 A fire near by children matches and An in Humboldt have been of like to urge of the North extra cautious period of the Summer in more than average in fires from cause late fall. that are December 1, time in the fall can cause conditions. and sent artment. to request an by mail is vote at place by absentee to the mrtment of Justice Ad- 2555 Santa to 5 p.m. call 527- m.m. to 5 p.m. from 6:30 on Election page 4 Can be done amended in the opposite the bill, it house of oncurrence I/the does not Conference must then the bill is amended, must e it goes again. are printed wnals Bills to the in they are reading Also, than on isa the a get past the qeres Youat first gd6 be Hope expl to the be undertaken on only one terrace mining operation, with other operators in- volved, or whether each producer should undertake his own project. Planning Cqnsultant Greg _C.4u'r  that a joint experimental reclamation project was "very possible." The Board, as well as the gravel industry, is concerned about possible in- terpretations of their finally adopted measure by future Boards of Supervisors. Supervisors Helen Rudee and Helen Putnam urged "flexibility" at this point, since the board is still without sufficient expert data to decide with reasonable certainty what the con- sequences of their action will be, especially in the matter of terrace pit reclamation. Such flexibility should be applied, Board members noted, in determining at what grade or level terrace pits shall be restored in the reclamation process. It was generally agreed that filling a terrace pit up to several feet elow grade would be acceptable if no erosion or flooding problem is trtc.rrld nn nearby lands. Does Continued  t Farmers Association, formed in Missouri by Russell Phillips, convinced 6,0e0 people to invest $12 million before PFA filed for bankruptcy. "One 72-year old man in- vested $70,000. Another elderly farmer, who invested approximately $50,000 committed suicide as a result of his lost investment," Acord testified. Acord said Phillips and four others were found guilty during a 10-month long trial and will be sentenced next week. Twelve others in- volved pleaded guilty earlier. Another trial, recently concluded in Massachusetts, resulted in the conviction of the owner of the Charles T. Marguls Insurance Angency and some of his associates. Acord said more than 100 elderly women who live in Massachusetts and Con- necticut were overcharged for insurance premiums, that health histories were falsified and that life insurance was sold under the pretext it was health insurance. "Some of the victims were paying re,Odd to m,0oo a ye,, in insurance premiums, Acord , told committee Mall Fraud- Cle00 Omtlnued from page 3 membership on the Small Business Advisory Council. She conveniently forgets that the taxpayers pay for her trips to Washington which she then uses for blatant politieal activities," members. "The youngest victim was 64 and the oldest to testify at the trial was 95." Acord told the House Committee on Aging a con- sumer education program begun by the Inspection Service last year t warn the public about marl fraud has resulted in numerous promotions being identified for investigation. He said that the inspection Service was unaware of some of the promotions until complaints were received from con- sumers who had become more wary. Acord said the Postal Service will obtue its fifth annual Consumer Protection Week, October 6-11, as part of a continuing national cam- paign to make Americans more aware of the few swindlers who use the mails to take millions of dollars annually from the public. & t.zcA'rtou OF  oa,= ow PUmUCAWOm Il, ,. ,    Oad  112 T, First Stree$, :,overdale. Sonoma County. CA qS L LA.AlflOa OF THII NItADQUAWTgNI ON IIIDllll IIIAIL, IlUlllel[Ig 0 Or" TNi Iq8   112 ?r. First Street r Cloverdale r Sonoma County CA 9Lt2 Gary L. F&wson. 590 South School Street, Uklah, CA 9582 Janlce Core, 112 W. First Street, CloveLale, CA 942 Tim Tanner, 112 W. First Street, Cloverdale, CA 2 Cloverdale Reveille I  h 19 I oiz b I I ] o/o/o M.D. Glover. as an individual -nd as trustee Dean DeVrles UL IA& STA OF OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT AND CIN:ULATION II. Trft. o m..Amm * I A. PUlUrTII NO. Jl. D,*,'ra e Geyserville Press 12 11 IS lZ lolo I I l o/o/so "---'-- r-"%T-T :'---- eek!y au.v " 9. (30 112 , Firs Street, love-ae. Sonoma Cotmtv. CA q5/25 112 V. First Street, CloverdAle. Sonoma County, A 9b,2 Gary L. Fawson. 590 South S@hool Street. lAb. CA 9582 Jenice Corey 112 :. First Street Cloverdale CA 525 Tim Tanner. 112 W. First Street Cloverdale CA 25 ;:. ...... *L.i --    irl dP'w1. ,r, -/*j,/rm,-4w--.'- I Ir 1 ?Oer* I U. I'Ot Otl, t111Oi IY Iqltll)llll IAILIII AT Tlql ltlOI.tll llATII ilolllle/11 II/. lbgll lll/I Illl I Itll nil i almm mll mm m Imlw lll / mllm N. lira Imd 10lit ill IPemll IIll lellll   m I : = Lmm'lm ee tM= mmm. ' NmW mluem Nnlm= "atoll sl I mId-aIm =l" In Im I m me Imm m I Emerson continued. Emerson cited an article by Jeff Mapes, a Washington correspondent for local newspapers, who wrote that "the taxpayers pick up the tab for her flights to attend...the meetings of the com- mittee." Mapes also wrote that Bork stretched out her trips to Washington for such things as campaign fun- draisers. "This latest distor- tion concerning Con- gressman Clusen's trip to NATO bases and the Paris Air Show in 1975 is an excellent example of Bork reaching into the gutter for campaign issttes," Emerson said. "The truth is that Congressman Clausen made the trip at the exlx'ees invitation of then Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger. There was certainly no secret about the trip. Congressman Clausen issued a. district news release at the time," Emerson continued Clausen was part of a bi- Blood Bank Continued from page t just a couple of weeks ago, it isnecesary for 30 to 35 persons to donate blood inn h.,. Ill II I partisan Congressional delegation "examining and evaluating North Atlantic Treaty Organization facilities and discussing pOlicy issues with NATO officials during the Memorial Da Congressional Recess" in 1975. "As far as Clansen's trip to the Paris Air Show is concerned, it should be pointed out that Don serves on the Public Works and Transports,on Committee which daeals with aviation issues. Don is a recognized authority on aviation in the congress, a pilot, Presidential of the Congressonal Flying Club, and represented the U:dted States at the First World Aerospace Education Conference. Don has also received the Frank G. Brewer Trophy, awarded annually for the most outstanding contributlon to the development of aerospace education," Emerson concluded. Wednesday, October 15, 1980 - Page lZ order for the unit to come Henderson at 894-2719. Ht beck on October 28." says the Blood Bank If anyone can donate blood two pints of blood re#ae on October 28, please contact for each one pint they donate; -- I I i, . _ ] . Homeowner's Advisor " By ALLAN DAMEROW Broker QUESTION: I am trying to buy a house but it Icok Informal like I don't have enough cash forthe downpayment.l have heard that some rqpl"l1 sellers will carry back. does this wor00? Sunday for ANSWER: When a seller takes beck a mortgage it is Judge Jones usually recorded as a second mortgage, Junior to the existing new or assumed first mortgage. In order to convince the seller to take beck a second, you have to negotiate mutually satisfactory terms including length of loan, payments to be made, and interest rate. Typically, the term of the loan is shorter than the first mortgage. Your payments may be monthly, quarterly, or annual, and should cover at least the accrued interest to the date of payment. The interest rate negotiated with a seller can oflem be". lower than the rates-. charged at banks. ... 2 An informal reception- bonoring Judge James E. Jones, Jr., will be held thiL Sunday, October 19, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. with wine and ". cheese, court W of Jack : and Kay Goldsmith at their Cloverdale ranch at 1116 Palomino Road. The residents of,; Cioverdale and GeyserviUe_ areas are cordially invited to attend. Signs will give .- d/rection to the ranch at Palomino Lake off River Road, For more information call 894-4170. Gy=erville Are(, Busine Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL 894-3339 i i :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :!:::::::::: :: :5::: :: :5::::::: :: :; :: :::5::::::::5 :: 5: :: ::: :: :: 5:::::::::::: ::5::::5 :: :::::::::::: :: :::::::::::: :: :: :: ::::5::: :::::::.': :: :'-:.+.: ::: ::::::::::: ";::"::::: :::':, GeyservUle is the home of ohe of the ii iiiii finest Italian Restaurants in Northern ":'i:ii iiiil California - Catelli s, The Rex. Santi ij: i!ii:: and Virginia Catelli opened the  iii!: restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a i!!i iiii: family-owned establishment since ili iil " " ............ " .... " then. Richard Catelli, their son, is now i ii!i  ' i the owner and operator and is assisted i i!::::: ! .. by his lovely dalRIhter Domenica. ii !ili i Richard is still using the same i !i::ii ! recipes the family used for years and  !ii!:  maintaining the fine quality for which ii!! varied and includes such specialties as rabbit, scampi, sweet breads, as well as steaks, seafood, pou|try, pasta and many other items. The bar is separate from the dining room and offers an excellent selection ::::t ::i of liquor and wines. :'.v.t.-.v...v.......v//.... ............................................ . .................. , ..... , .................................................... . .... . Jim's Automotive SPECIALISTS 21310 Redwood Hwy. Geyserville, Ca. 95441 (707) 857-3790 We are changing our name! After owning and operating the business for nearly a year, l am proud to announce that Bino's Automotive will now be known as JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS Everything else about the business will remain the same; the address, the phone number, and the quality personal service. Thank you, Jim Remain Visit Fine Italian Cuisine .... (707) eST.q0000o4 Over 39 years in the ame flonl LAMPSON TRACTOR Geysedle Av "le Sosworth Hardware Paint Hardware t Household Items Geyseille Ave., Oeyseille 857-3463 -Growers Supply & Irrigation, Inc. ACE Irrigation Systent s, " Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Omlle Avenue 8574484 This qxIcl Available Reasonable Rates Call 894-3339