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,, - , , CIo vef da le veille ed County, California Volume 43 No. 102 894-3339 e s of local measures before Sonoma County month's presidential the method of voters- especially r area and coastal area may cause some initial to County Clerk who would normally ballots at a polling vote by absentee are accustomed to regular polling place, not realize that they this election using he absentee ballot they znail from the County voting by absentee results from local before voters in 26 fire and hospital the county. districts are con. t Russian River-coastal receive the large blue evelope in the mail Lewis cautioned, official ballot they in the presidential they will not be. able to I polling place, voters precinct may, vote using a polling the county election lelection day from 7 a.m. is in Room Justice, County Ad- 2555 Mendocino Otherwise, voters r ldlot at home and mail the department in the envelope. results from special lines cutting through Only those the portion of the is inside the special Vote on the district this means there are to vote on the in the precinct even be more than I00 Whenever or less eligible to the county clerk ballots to these the more expensive Goblins', Ghosts', Witches' night out on the town Friday Ghosts, goblins, giants and witches are all part of llalloween. Little Theresa Pearson is shown with her very own giant at her parent's picnic grounds at Papa John's. The giant is an exact carved wood replica of Edouard Beaupre copied from pictures taken in about 1.900. This stalwart fellow, born in Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan, one-half Indian mother and a hardy Frenchman. grew to a well-proportioned and astonishing size of 1 feet 2'., inches tall and weighted :. pounds. He became a wrestler and a circus man. But the bigger they are the harder they fall. lie was laid low by minute TB germs and died in 1,904 at age 22. This replica was carved in Canada by a relativeof F. M. Boucher. who still resides in Cloverdale. Photo by Janiee. Wednesday, October 29, 1980 18 Pages 20 cents about the an unrequested or about voting by Should call the county at 527-2614. .,-no,n, Comm,..,on il Design Revi w pan I ! TyxP anded l m ,ss,on rs a ZvTaii members and add three citizen members, two appointed by the com- mission and one appointed by the city council. Applications will be accepted until November 5 for the two commission- appointed seats. Two successful ap- plicants will be named by the com- mission during a special meeting on November I2. A city ordinance allows the design review panel to have a maximum of five members City ordinance allows the design review panel to have a maximum of five I II letter that will be distributed at city hall to all prospective variance permit applicants. A growing number of variance ap- plications has convinced the com- mission that written clarification of variance regulations is necessary. City Attorney John Klein will review two proposed letters explaining the variance procedure. He will then recommend the one he feels is most clear. That letter will then be forwarded to the city council for final review and approval. I I Gerald Ford gueSt of00honor at Clausen Rally Don Emerson, District Chairman for the Committee to Re-Elect Congressman.Don Clausen, today announced that ticket sales for the Clauses pre-election rally featuring former President Gerald R. Ford were "going very well indeed." "We're anticipating a crowd of over 1,000 people from all corners of the Redwood Empire," Emerson said. The breakfast rally with President Ford and Congressman Clausen will begin promptly at 8 a.m. on October 31 at the Convention Center of the El Rancho Tropicana in Santa Rosa. Emerson said that reservations for the breakfast continue to be made every day. Reservations and further information can be obtained by calling Wands Strew at (707) 545-4464 or Mindy Bertram at (707) 545-4468. I II I I Skaggs Sp-ings day-use area closing A contract is now underway for clearing 410 acres of federally-owned land that will eventually be inundated Gerald Ford IIII by a reservoir when construction of Warm Springs Dam is completed, according to an announcement by the visits to Cloverdale, Congressman Klatch." lie is shown with Councilwoman Marie Vandagriff. C ahmg First Street last Thursday to the of C. Manager Vivian Weer. and his long-time supporter for what he called a "Klausen Koffee Randy Randolph. i hoto by .lanice. San Francisco District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Union Construction Corporation of Oakland, which started the work n September 15, was awarded the clearing contract by the Corps for $1.7 million. According to Col. Paul Bazilwich, district engineer, the area being cleared is approximately between elevations 363 to 454 mean sea level (msl). Vegelation below elevationt3 msl will be left for the fishezies management program, and that above elevation 454 msl will be utilized in the recreation areas, said the colonel. II I II To preclude any safety hazard or risk of injury to the public due to clearing operations by the contractor, the Skaggs Springs hot pools area will not be open for public access effective November 3. This area wasopened in September, 1979, for walk-in day use by the public while construction of the main dam embankment was underway. The colonel added, however, that the areas located off Hot Springs Road at the north end of the project will remain open for public use. Completion of this $250 million earth fill dam and reservoir project - I II I III Winery deal approved FTC i Heublein,the nation's second largest winemaker, will be allowed to k" Inglenook, Naps County, and Italian Swiss Colofiy, at Asti, the Federal Trade Commission has ruled. The Federal Trade Commission last Wednesday overturned an ad- ministrative law judge's decision and allowed Heublein, Inc., to acquire conlrolling interest in United Vintners, Inc. in July, 1970, Judge Alvin L. Berman had ordered Heublein. the nalion's fifth largest alcoholic beverages producer, to divest United Vintners, the nation's second largest vinlner, when he found Heublein's purchase might sub- stantially diminish wine industry compelition. Berman based his decision on what he said were three separate anti-trust violalions. Heubelin appealed and the FTC overruled Berman. In a decision written by a (',ntinued on page 19 designed to be 300 feet high and 3,000 feet long with a 30-foot wide crest - is scheduled for September, 1985. It was designed by the Corps to provide flood control, water supply, recreation and possible hydroelectric power, and will impede the flow of Dry Creek into the, Russian River near Healdsburg. ,% WEATHER October 20 85 45 October 21 85, 50 October 22 89 52 October 23 88 50 October 24 82 49 October 25 70 51 October 26 74 42 Hi Low Rain , INDEX Classifieds 17, 18 Community Life 4, 5 Public Notices 17 Religious News 8 Sports 10, 11 Youth 6, 7 l l II Ill