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PROCLAMATION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF Cioverdale SALUTING THE "CLOVERDALE HISTORY BOOK" Cloverdale, p Califoria, has initiated, through the local Cloverdale Historical Society, an effort interesting history in book form, Cloverdale has an interesting history dating 1850's and, has many people living in the city interested in the history of Cloverdzle, and the National Community History Society, to an interesting history of Cloverdale, with tehelp of , and business writing their own history, and the City Council of the City of Cloverdale is an interesting and exciting project to be un- |for the future of Cloverdale, in conjunction with the that have been preserved' for the upcoming and the City Council of the City of Cloverdale their salute to the Cloverdale history book to en- !familieand businesses to include their historiesin THEREFORE, salute all Cloverdale families and businesses, and future, and hope that acknowledgement of history book will help insure success for th( reed on the llthday of November, 1980, by vote Council and signed on their behalf by Mayor Congdon, Scale, e, Domeichelli, Moore None None None Jack Domenichelli peugh Free slide show set for Dec. 11 On Thursday, December 11, the Cloverdale Historical Scoeiety will present a slide show-biography writing program at th Grange Hall (2nd and Commercial) at 7:30 p.m. One hundred slides of old- time Cloverdale will be presented by Lester erring. Roy Woodall, Anne Matteoi, Jo Morse, Viola Groves, of the Cloverdale Hisotrical Society will assist will as*it community members in completing their family biography forms. These forms will be available at the Grange Hall. Biography forms are also available through Jack Howell 894- 2246, Roy woodall 894-3796, Chamber of Commerce (Owl Plaza), and First National Bank and the Cloverdale Reveille. Publishers of "The Hisotry of Cloverdale, California, Then and Now" suggest that families and businesses mail in their biographies by Decemeer 31. Refreshments will be served. Bosco elected Assembly Democrat Caucus Chairman Assemblyman Douglas H. to office, and I also hope to Bosco (D-Occidental) was bring some stability to elected Tuesday to serve as urparty so we can begin Assembly Democratic making the important Caucus Chairman. The post public policy decisions that places Bosco third in he face the state." Assembly leadership, beind Bosco replaced Assem- newly-elected Spaker Willie blyman Howard Berman of Brown of San Francisco, Los Angeles in the caucus and Majority leader position. Berman, who Michael RoDS of Los unsuccessfully sought the Angeles. Bosco was elected powerful speakers position by unanimous vote of the 47 himself, had beenelected member Democratic Caucus Chairman last caucus, upon the recom- January. mendation of th Speaker. As Chairman of the "I am honored to have Caucus, Bosco will assume this new responsibility, responsibility for assisting andlook forward to serving members with legislation, with the new Speaker," policy decision, and Bosco said. "As CHAIR- political campaigsn. He MAN OF THE Caucus, I will will manage legislation on ae greater ability to serve the floor and preside over the good people of the all Caucus meetings of Northcoast who elected me Assembly Democrats. wtation System AFTER January 2, 1981, we e can get our driver can get the bus on the road. interviewed, Cloverdale First Bus them obtain System - e are growing. physical ex- More informtioa will be THE SOONER released as needed.. Claus to have guch a of te Bindo participate in games. n the weather, department will to he children on however, the 'ill be cancelled rain. ber the date, 14 at 1 ,serville donated by the district. A viii, rancher tree to clear the and dig a hole by 12 feet. eggs have been already from a pond at the Preserve on Mountain. They bed to start life the Geyserville said a hemal reared at the of California at as a model for ponds have a Ittom that can't ieated at the so students -rslayered the chicken wire, soil. The wire from in- it to be possible," said madrone around offer shade. Johnson qhat wants to visit it will serve a ,throughout the facet o the Villi be the in- of a complete ion on top of the park building. be installed in s science lab. from hewedher be used to the weather the pond's I I I I CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NEED VISION CAR SERVICES? select a doctor of optometry from the I :"" i IliUM American Optometric Association Affiliated With The Redwood Empire Optometric Society TE LEPHONE 527-7803 MEMBERS CLOVE RDA LE L. A. GERBER 132 N. Clover441e Bird ....... 894-2421 WILLIAM F. HOYER 10S E. First SL .......... 194-3113G GUERNEVILLE L. BARRY LUTZ lliS Me/m St ........... $41k3148 HEA LDSB UR G JOHN W. HOAG 13 Metkewn St. ......... 433-1111 GORDON S. JONES 13S ILbldlmon St. ......... 4334919 FRANK E. WILSON 135 Metion St. ........ 433-S020 PETAL UMA RICHARD S. BOYLE 127 gdkmr St. ........... 71241293 RONALD L. HARRIS 127 Kdlar SL ........... 7824293 WILLIAM C. 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Slme St ........ eM-Z * NOT LISTED IN THE CURRENT SONOMA COUNTY TELEPHONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES Page 21 Wednesday Keene to meet with Governor Brown to save North Coast jobs December 10,1980 Stae Senator Barry Keene announced today that Governor Brown has agreed to meet with him to discuss possible adverse effects of a proposed CalTrans "cost-cutting" plan on l he North Coast economy, This one proposal could, according to Keene tD- Mendocino), result in the loss of one hundred and fifty jobs in Humboldt County. The plan would require the combining of the project development units of the Eureka, Redding, Stockton, Fresno, San Luis Obispo, and Bishop transportation districts into a single Sacramento unit. Ac- cording to CalTrans, these changes are necessary to prevent revenue shortfalls in the next fiscal year. "I do not understand the logic of taking jobs out of an area where unemployment is chronically high and creating more jobs in Sacramento. I agree that we must, wherever possible, cut costs and make government more efficient but I don't believe that one area of the state should According to Keen,, berfit from these there are still a lot of changes at the expense of unanswe,,edquestions about the North Coast," Keen, the CalTrans proposal stated, which he said had been presented to him "after the fact and with little ex- Keene continued that he planation." has requested a full ex- "I would like to know planaron of the CaITrans whether CalTranshastaken proposal from Governor steps to assess the possible Brown. "I believe that I and economic impact 9f the other affected legislators proposed consolidation deserve, at the very least, a before making a final complete explanation of the decision to follow through Commission's actions as with the proposal. I also soon as possible," Keene want to know what measures remarked ina recent letter have been taken to ,insure to the Governor. that those individuals whose Bowling Scores Continued from page II MauriceS Saw 26 Rexall 24 Caturegli's Shell 22 Luoisiana Pac. 21 Orange realty 21 Four Ds 19 18 Aparicio Exp. 24 24 20 Sloane's Sea 24 24 22 Cloy. Bow 231A 24 23 Pizza Queen 23 25 23 The Encore 21 27 25 Clov. Bakery 19 29 Silva's Pharm. 13 31 Bryan Cissna 216-593; George Wiget 202-555; Gloria Stryker 200-545; Jackie Snellgrove 202-516. His ,4 Hers RenD VFW 29 19 Field & Rued 26 20 Sat. Juniors Sumpter, McFarland, Anthony 29 15 Ball, Singleton, Whittaker, taker, Anthony 27 17 Ahders, Stub,r, Ricetti 26t, i 17 jobs will be eliminated as a result of the consolidation will remain employed." Keene said that he is also asking North Coast boards of supervisors to adopt resolutions condemning the CalTrans proposal. "The unbuilt Eureka freeway and Cloverdale bypass serve as vivid reminders of how the North Cost has been hurt by CalTrans' so called "cost- cutting measures" in the past. I'd like to know what is being done in other parts of the state to save CalTrans money," Keene concluded. Wirt, Ntenstedt, Meeker, Ricetti 28 18 Stub,r,/Bradford, WJlsoll, Vail 20 23 Woods, Fennem, Willhite 19 25 Willhite, Finck, Be,be, Chase 15 29 Marley's & Vails 13 31 Doug Meeker 238 651 ; Zach Vail 202-577; Theresa Vail 199-519; Roger Ahders 180 .1; Dave Rieetti 20-5. 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