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Page 6, Cloverdale Reveille, December 17, 1997 DISTRICT here for several months until the decision was made by Santa Rosa to sell it. The District now has five fire engines plus the rescue truck. Delivery of a new transporta- tion van is expected any day, Rose- vear reports. The van, purchased through a $33,000 grant, will carry 15 passengers, a capacity that will be reduced to eight in order to create more room for equipment. The van is powered by natural gas.. A swift water rescue team is be- ing developed in cooperation with Healdsburg and Geyserville Fire Departments. This type of rescue requires special training, accord- ing the Fire Chief. YOUTH get help than to be in that class but unable to learn because their prob- lem is a distraction. If you or someone you know could benefit from a support group. Please contact Angelina Meza in the main office of CHS or call at 894-1900. Families are also welcome to call. HOLLAND he told us about a friend he used to have, he had found out about the day before, that the Red Cross, had found the whole family in bed-father, mother and three children. It was too late to save the father, who had died the day the allies drove in, the others weak from too little food, hadn't been able to move him and kept the body in bed with them for several days. "Those doors hide a lot of mis- ery, we see only the ones who can still walk. There's a health unit trying to find the others," he said We were silent by the time we reachod Scheveningen. My Dad wanted us to move back here, where we kids were born and raised, as soon as possi- ble. We went to check out the house we had lived in before '41, a three-story upsmirs flat, with a white balconyTHvenkade 20. "It stood along a canal that ran all the way to The Hague. As we looked down the canal, we spotted the bloated bodies of horses and oth- er animals, floating in grotesque water ballet. The stench was over- whelming, The house was in good shape, however, we found out later, that it had already been rent- ed to someone. A few weeks later we finally rented a nice house, about two miles away, No. 6 Has- seltsestraat. As we stood there, in front of the house, with memories coming back to us, the son of a neighbor, Robby, about 18 years old, came running over. He was Jewish and had just come back from the con- centration camp, to see if any of his family might have survived and possibly returned to the neigh- borhood. He told us that his par- ents were both killed. We stood on the side of the road, exchanged news and shared the joy of being alive. As we were parting, Robby said, "Well, I am sure of one thing. I never want to see my children; like I saw my parents, go to slaugh- ter. I shall teach them to fight to the death." We finally arrived on the boule- vard by the beach, littered with bunkers, pillboxes and barbed wire. All along the wide yellow beach, the waves rolled in slowly, leaving their foaming edges on the sand. The sound of the sea was soothing. For the first time in five years, we felt a sense of tran- quility. We were practically the only people there. The weather was balmy; the descending sun spread its orange and blue glow across the sky, getting ready to welcome the magic of a peaceful evening, almost forgotten in Hol- land. As the last sunrays peeked through the desolate bunkers on the beach, we saw a small Dutch flag fluttering on a mass of rubble, which had once been a building. It was a little bent, but still valiant. We watched until the red, white and blue was overcome by the night, then we turned around and rode back to The Hague, with only the lights on our bikes show- ing us the way. I got a glimpse of some road signs, which had been changed from German to English. It made us feel good. We still couldn't believe we were free. Mar December 17-30, 1997 Merry Chr/strnas! New Store Hours: Daily, 9 am to 7:30 pm; Sunday 9 am to 7:00 USDA CHOICE 10 LB BAG Potatoes Rib Roast S449,, SlS9 . USDA CHOICE BONELESS London Broil Steak $329LB USDA CHOICE BONELESS Beef Stew Meat......$239LB USDA CHOICE BONELESS Beef Cube Steaks FRESH Ground Chuck FRESH Pork Butt Steak nun BIBHBB mmmmmm $329LB $179LB = 159LB FOSTER FARM CHICKEN FAMILY PKG 4 Drumstick 8 Thigh 89LB I LB Garden Salad ...... 99 GREEN Onion ..................... 4/Sl ANJOU Pear...................... GOLDEN RIPE Bananas .............. FRESH 59 LB 39 LB Broccoli ............... 69 BAKING EA Yams.................... 59 TROPICANA I/2GAL Orange Juice ......... $2 49 LITE FLUFFY 7-1/40Z Buttermilk Biscuit 4/Sl GALLO DELl STYLE 16 OZ Salamm ............. 4 CLOVER Margarine ..., .... 69 j2 Meat Franks .... 99 KRAFT 80Z Br ) 1 Cream Cheese. $139 79 Corn Or Peas .. TOTINO 10 OZ Pizza =159 iiiilii.i.iiiigm Bee2Ra/iol, ..... $2 49  M|N. MAID MRS Pumpkin SMITHS 37pie oz .... [0[ Jgloe $2991 - ......... : ....  S139l WESTERN FAMILY 80Z ..................... . ,mm,i Whip Topping. 79 [ toZ]i  TINA5OZ iU l/ AM. I Burrito ............. 4/Sl SO-DRY "1 Paper HOME & HOME & GARDEN 2 1/2 CAN Fruit Cocktail .. $1 o9 DOLE 20 OZ CAN Pineapple ........ =109 WESTERN FAMILY 46 OZ Tomato Juice ..... 89 GREEN GIANT 11 OZ Niblet Corn ....... 59 PepsiCola BUDWEISER VAN CAMP 15 OZ CAN I Pork N' Bean ...... 49 SWANSON 303 CAN Chicken or Beef Broth ................. NESTLE 12 OZ CAN Choc. Morsels. $2 09 GOLDEN GRAIN 12 OZ Egg Noodles ....... =19 WESTERN FAMILY 16 OZ Snack Crackers $139 VETS 14 OZ Dog Food ......... 3/51 DEL MONTE 32 OZ 2/51 catsup ........ ..... $159 HUNT 27 OZ LINDSAY 303 CAN Spaghetti, Sauce $109 Large Pitted Olives ........................ 99 OCEAN SPRAY 303 CAN STAR K,ST 6 /20Z CAN Cranberry Sauce ........................... 89 Chunk Tuna ...... 69 7 ; ! CAMPBELL 19 OZ. Chunky New England Chowder .. $1.79 HOME & GARDEN 1 LB BOX Powdered or Brown Sugar ......... 2/51 WESTERN FAMILY Potatoes $139 Instant .... ........................ SILl= CHECKERBOARD 16 OZ Cookies ............ 99 WESTERN FAMILY 46 OZ Dill Pickles .,.... $1 79 ,M,4 2"N TA_rN bO6 FOOb