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December 3, 1980

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Wednesday, December 3, 1980- Page 19 pplication for HUD grant from page I Relic and Race representative told the' eNmcil View reservoir" has He needs make capacity. the water not large enough the demands of new according to Jack Domenichelli. members decided improvement of the city's water system should be the target of an application for federal money. Grants received through HUD bkck grant program can be used for areas such as improving public services, upgrading local housing through low interest loans and preserving historic buildings. However, the city council decided that improving the water system'is the most ' urgent of Cloverdale's needs. Sonoma County Housing Authority representative Linda Berldey explained the application process that is necessary to be considered for a federal public facilities project grant. Berkley said 80 percent of the city's residents must have incomes in the low to moderate range. The city must also show in its ap- plication that the present water system is a health or safety danger to the city. The Ctoverdale Fire Department has already filed a letter stating that the water system is not adequate for proper firefighting in the area. HUD representmives are expected to be in Cioverdale some time this week to look at the water system im- provement project the city proposes. Superintendent of Public Works Tom Gurries was directed to explain the project to the HUD officials while they arc in Cloverdale. limpses of the Past from page 13 today is )ronounced and not as Home en- and apathy are causes for this There are participating, that do are more adapted to live and reap lhe benefits of this c,mraderie. Those that survive are those that become involved and the search for Ihis type of person slill goes on. H ISTORICAL SOCIETY NEWS It's not Io lale for you to wrile your biography so that you might be included in "The History of Cloverdale- - Then and Now." For lhose h,, have senl one in, please be palienl as here are many o edil and relurn. If y,u are concerned, h,wever, feel free lo call us and we will find lhe problem ,r you may call direct he oll free number 800-982- 6122. Ask for Jan Bloch during working hours. A .ur December 6 flea marke: here will be a special able wih personnel :o give help where m.eded. Bring y.ur biography and we'll help you with if. All -rganizalions and businesses are urged to get :heirs in also. Keep up the good work, We're proud of you. gn Review Committee Cloverdale Druids hold memorial services On November II, 1980, Cloverdale Grove No. 203 and Cloverdale Circle No. 81 Druids jointly held memorial services. It is the Druidic custom to take time out to review the past and pay homage to the Brothers and Sisters that called from our midst. of Druidism. While our Order will deeply feel this irreparable loss; it is felt more keenly by those that were near and dear to them; the Clover- dale Druids extend to them their deepest sympathy and condolence. veneragle Order so that sacred memories shall live forever. It ha been a privilege to know and to have associated with them in mnd of Fraternal love. As we listen to the roll call we did so with a sadened heart for there was no response. Since the institution of Cloverdale Grove Druids No. 203on April 21, 19 8, and Cloverdale Circle No. 81 on March I0, 1910, many brothers and-sisters have n--.,.2111tl'|U been called to the celestial shores on high. It is our prayer that the Almighty will bless urn with courage, strength, and wisdom to emulate the labors of our departed, Brothers and S'mters, that: we may elevate mankind' and perpetuate.. {heir lie lesson for time evermore, and may the Almightly, grant onto them eternal, peace and rest. Let it be resolved that, gratitude is the memory of the heart; and that we recall theirgooddeeds, andour * Citrus Fai acts on behalf of _ r Hospital Continued from page 1 banner year for this talented Dinah Show; headliners at handsme young couple. the Oregon State Fair; Iowa Their dedication to theirmmfl State Fair; California State and their wide experience on Continued from page I Fair; Montana State Fair; from the board appearances on the Jim On March 25, 1980, there is now a vacancy to fill Nahors Show; opening act for Brother Joseph Buergler out her unexpired term. the Juliet Prowse Show; who was initiated into Anyone interested may notify convention appearances for Cloverdale Grove on the Cloverdale Hospital major U.S. Corporations,; February 5, 1955, was taken Board, P. O. Box 434 and scores of regional and county from ul- midst, attend the next hospital fairs; and many other special Our departed Brothers Board meeting on December appearances throughout the and Sisters were dedicated 16 at 7:30 p.m., Oitrus Fair country. to the high moralprinciple Building. 1981 promises to be a television, records, com- mercials and live per- formances can only lead to ever growing success in the future and a place of their own among the true stars of the entertainment world. Be sure you don't miss their performance at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair on Saturday, February 14, 1961, Geyserville Area Busine Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL U94-3339 from page 1 council directed to the attention of public health of- said the sewage and the resulting odor occurred after of the high- project last HEARING announced that a public hearing is scheduled for December 9 at 8 p.m. on the proposed adoption of 1979 building, mechanical, fire and plumbing codes. TAVERN LICENSE An "application by Leory. Rasmussen for a pool table license for Fred's Tavern, 210 N. Cloverdale Boulevard, was approved by the council. Rasmussen said the official applicant for the license is Jose Licea, manager of the tavern that will be expanded soon to include a Mexican restaurant. The license was approved with the recommendation of the Cloverdale Police Department. REFERRAL A request for annexation of 6.5 acres at the end of Chablis 's History Week from page 4 of programs planned in the an communities to Women's History These efforts will have made to the s(ressing that is is Who make history the ongoing their lives, not as a chain of individuals and 4 the programs for Women's" g from page 2 the information be levied against to support the and en- ental impact is to make from the fund for the and mitigation and these ex- will be reim- to the county toliection of fees to upon aggregate plans to staff member supervising and record that a $200,000 can be each year for the mitigation fund. The Supervisors' ap- limitaton at its 5 meeting on Supervisor Nick Way was referred to the planning commission. =h. e application, by property owner Ernie Sanders, must be reviewed first by the commission and then by the council. The annexation must also be approved by the Local Agency For- mation Commission. The property was pur- chased recently from the Cloverdale Hospital District. .:...:.,..:.:.: ......... .............................:........>....:.......:........................ .;.:.:.;.'.:.'.'...'..........'. :!i. R .... iii! -":" i I Jim's A,,00motlve S,00cia,ls*, ii00i Department instructed by to see public to pay for monitoring will keep track river aggregate and buildup. he is directing for funding and toward the system, State, State, and the of California, Hisory Week will involve all county elementary and secondary public schools." This program centers around the involvement of hundreds of community women who as classroom resource persons, talk about their own life experiences, unusual jobs or travel, home arts they may be familiar with, or some aspect of history, politics, art, science or sports ac- tivities, in order to provide a more realistic perspective on women's roles in society. ind All women in "Sonoma County are invited to participate with us in the celebration of Women's History Week by being Community resource, Women. You do not need to be a history student or an expert; every women has something of value from her, own life to share with students. Resouce women in our Classified A brief @oikshop will be- held in advance of Women's History Week to answer any questions you may have and otherwise assist your preparation. If you are interested in participating in thi project, please call the Commissionon the Status of Women office, 527-2161, and leave "your name and ad- I i are needed for every grade dress. More information through junior college, in This project is developed every community of the in cooperation with the county. County Office of Educaton. I l  IF SPECIALISTS Your Name - 707 - 8S7- 3 790 Marketplace Win a atFRI00EH lUNCH the ungry Hutch Visit > Each Week - we'll be selecting a name.from the subscription lists of the Reveille and the Press and plac!ng it somewhere in the Classified Marketplace Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9904 Over 39 years in the same lecationl LAMPSON TRACTOR Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/857-3443 I 's been one year since Jim Romain took iii! over Bino's Auto Repair in Geyserville. The iii[ business now has a new name --Jim's Jim. his wife Alice and their two daughters Angelina and Sarah reside in Cioverdale where Mrs. Romain teaches second gra e at :.:. 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