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December 4, 1991     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, Dec. 4, 1991 t i 's "Fa,,i00t Ayair  PeSItlUrUll t Ramazzofti's is now taking reservations for New Year's Eve. This will be our last night of business. Come spend New Year's Eve with us fea- turing a special menu. Call for reservations. 894-4009 L William Russell Ledford Unit #293, American Legion Auxil- iary has a very special program called Community Service. This program covers a variety of things in any community, and giving leadership to this pro- gram this year is Cathy Greppi. We have a group of ladies who are auxiliary members who go to the Care West Manzanita Manor. We say the rosary with thepa- tients and do a sing-a-long. Lucy Simmonson plays the harmon- ica and she plays it for the pa- tients and we try to sing each patient's favorite song. We also bring goodies once a month, and other materials that they can use in their activities. A new patient was enrolled at the Manor, and we were told that he plays the harmonica, but did not have one. So at our last meeting we voted to purchase a harmonica to present to this gentleman. So right atXer Thanks- giving we will be going up to the Manor to hear this gentleman play the harmonica, as our presi- dent Viola Mack found a Marine Band harmonica at the United Church's Thrift Shop. So I'm sure looking forward to this spe- cial day of harmonica playing? Dec. 11 at the Cloverdale Vet- erans Building the Legion and the Auxiliary will be holding their annual Christmas dinner at 6:30 p.m. (There will be no business meeting). Jean Watts will be our head cook, and she will be cooking a delicious roast beef dinner with all of the trimmings, but we must phone your reservations to Jean Watts at 894-5521, as she has an answering phone, and even if she is not home, you can still leave your reservations. There will be no exchange of gifts, but we are asking all to bring food for the Christmas baskets, as we will be visiting three large veterans families to present them a Christmas Bas- ket. If you wish you may give a monetary offering instead of food, as we will be purchasing the perishables. If you are bringing a child bring a toy for him or her as Santa will be appearing. We just received word that the Legion is planning to develop a Korean Veterans War Memorial. Also the Legion is working on enactment of a new GI Bill of Education benefits for Desert Storm Veterans. The flag amendment still re- mains the highest priority, and 38 states must ratify an amend- ment before it can be enacted into law. Thus far 22 states have joined the Legion Campaign with California being one of the first. Posts with over 1,000 members were listed and Theodore Roosev- elt 21 were listed with 1,148 mem- bers. Dr. Mary Ann Humphrey col- lege professor and former officer in U.S. Army Reserve is seeking personal histories of experiences as Paws from WWII to the Persian Gulf. If you are in this bracket please write to Paws, P.O. Box 19149, Portland, Ore- gon 97280. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving, and God Olympic Torch on loan The local post office, partici- pating in a country-wide U.S. Postal Service sponsorship of the Olympics was loaned a replica of the Olympic Torch to share with the community. Cloverdale Post Master Marie Fix shared the burning torch with Washington School Nov. 26 and designated students from each class, fourth through eighth grade, were allowed to touch the torch. The U.S. Postal Service Motto is "Touch the Torch" and the program allowing community members to share the torch along with post offices is meant to bring people closer together and instill pride in American athletes and in America itself. Pictured above are Washington School students Olympic Flag at a ceremony where Cloverdale Postmaster Fix shared a replica of the Olympic torch. Pictured are Lopez, Heidi Yanglin, Mindi Sessions, Stephanie Howell, Gilliand, Melissa McCutchen, Jamie McCart, Meagan Wlodarczyk, and Toni Angeli. Surplus foods distribution Dec. The- December Government Food Distribution will be on Thursday, Dec. 12. the second, not the third Thursday? Why? So we won't be in con- flict with our Christmas Basket Distribution, which will be Dec. 20, the following week. It will be from 1 to 4 p.m., Dec. 12 12 at the Arts and Crafts ing at the Citrus November? It was to on Nov. 14, but the Santa Rosa messed up, had it on Nov. 21. E. V. Black, ily Service have a reservation so please tele- bless you all. ._a. i Fifties Toy show Support your Healdsburg muse It was a time when ]umbering, forgotten as Bot/s 6tr6 c u,, II" ( t;- ( " "" Holding the Olympic Torch on the right is Postmaster Marie Fix. The local post office has a replica of the torch to share with the community in a "Touch the Torch"program. Fresh, Local Douglas Fir I- Dlcotmt Coupons Available FrQm Local Mczchant Open: 3-7 Weekdays, I i-7 Weekends ’love Market Parking Lot bullet-shaped rocket ships could confidently navigate the stars; when a little boy's best friend was a clanking robot named Rabble; when kids kept a lookout for a masked do-gooder; and an ear cocked for his trademark, "'Hi-ha, Silver?" These images recall the fabu- lously inventive, yet innocent, toys of the 1950's. Now in its eleventh year, the Annual Christ- mas Toy Exhibit at the Healdsburg Museum will take a nostalgic look at a relatively recent era, the first plastic dec- ade. This year rockets, planes, and cars of the 1950's are fin-to-fin in the museum's main gallery, competing for space with robots, chubby-cheeked dolls and gor- geously restored classic bicycles. The birth of television is not shows such as Zorro Lone Ranger surround Philco. The Museum is appropriate seasonal trimmings, wh at el se? An aluminum mas tree. The Museum offers historic for sale, toys, cards, and tions of antique and toy books. "Toys of the Fabulous will run from Nov. 26 January 12, 1992. is open Tuesday day, 12 to 5 p.m. except mas and New Year's Day. Admission is free, but tions are appreciated. tours are available by 431-3325. ve00,dale D.irec tory At the Lowest Possible Fares 105 E. FIRST STREET Instant Computeflzed 894-5244 Worldwide Reservations for." Airlines @ Cruises • Hotels @ Tours • Cars Discounts for Senior Travelers • Travel Video Library Free Delivery Service • Passport & ID Photos Office Hours: M-F 9-5.30, Sat 9-1 . Closed Sunday & ! lolidays Eves by Appt. .atom. "A Full 'ee .ce Trcwe! Agency" Radio Shack 115 Claw PELLEGRINI'S CHEVRON (M'v’r, Open :'_:  =_',,. |l Ht*LLMARK AV,'APlC' gl 24 Hours J "  ,  STA'nON l 206 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3323 COMPLETE HOME CENTER Prehung Doors * Plumbing & Electrical Supplies, Etc. 1215 S. 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