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g from page I allowing lressurized ,stems in new provided that cost is paid by the matter came to the attention because annexation of at the end of Way for a sub- will require a water system. e presence of the water which can be for the subdivision or in- smaller ones for lhorne, will.be recorded the final subdivision BID CHANGE for a new city well being dug by Pump, Santa Rosa, $6,886 to The firm discovered excavation that the not have to be as o "rgy specmed. PAY RAISE , hourly salaries of -time dispatchers Beebe and Blake , were increased to effective December 8 they have cam- the training process. AGREEMENT aid agreement approved that allows between the Fire Depart- and the California of Forestry area fire calls. SCOUT HUT council approved for building interior cabinets by local that use the hut. BALI.A)ON8 by the Park and Commission to promotional okayed by the About 3,000 will he purchased Sacramento firm for during the Fair. Commission hopes will promote recreation OOKIES council accepted an gift of Christmas from Dena Gam- The famous "Dena were passed shared with the from page ! charges. Each of overtime will cost subscribers six on the plans to or Windsor, and to Santa Rosa. will be unlimited calling respective plan between the 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. through Fridays, Saturdays and without charge. interested in plan, or those more information, telephone business office in th  from page ! IS 'lrtation network en.able all the nations ,] Americas to work . r in a coordinated, :IUO. tted and balanced tS, l[ to address Common 0 Of ! t problems and oh- t,, ha summarized. 'Common Market" the basis of a of the which would in a new era of prperity and peopled Hemisphere," Concluded. Get records ready for 1,980 filing It's not too soon to begin to get records together in preparation to file 1980 tax returns despite the fact that tax xeturn are not mailed o IRS until somelime after January 1. "Ideally, everyone should keep records lhroughoul the year," according to Michael Sassi, Direclor of Ihe IRS for Northern California. "Taxpayers whokeep good records may find potential deductions lhal have been forgotten. Oflen, by wailing until he lasl minWe lo slarl gathering lax material important records can be overlooked," said Sassi. Taxpayers are not required to keep extensive records. Document s related to expenses claimed as deductions should be retained. These documents should he kept for al least three years from the date 1hat the return was due or filed, mr Iwu years from the dale the ax was paid, whichever occurs ialer, The IRS nules thal some records should be kept even longer. For example, properly records should be relained as long as they are useful in determining the basis of the original or replacement property. In addition, copies of past year's  ax rel urns can prove valuablf when laxpayers prepare subsequent ret urns. I Joe. Gorraci A free publical ion enl it led "Recordkeeping Requir- ments and a Guide to Tax Publications," can help to determine which records to save and which to discard. Ira obtain a copy of this free publication (number 552) call the forms order number lised in he while pages of local phone direcJories under "United Stales G,vcrnmenJ. Internal Revenue Service." Lead premium gas still available Owners of older vehides with high compression engines requiring premium leaded fuel will still be able to obtain it at a substantial number of service stations through Northern California and Nevada, says the California State Automobile Association (AAA). Although some major gasoline distributors will phase out sales of leaded premium fuel by the first of 1981, CSAA says that this should not cause owners of pre-1971 American-made cars too much conern or difficulty. A spokesman for the Union Oil Company of California, which operates more than 450 major outlets in Northern California, told CSAA that the 76 brand of leaded premium will con- tinue to be available at most of their stations into the foreseeable future. In addition to Union stations, car owners lathe San Francisco Bay Area will be able to obtain the 92 octane-rated leaded premium product at gas stations supplied by the Ashland Oil Company, which markets the product under its own name, and at Simas Brothers stations, primarily in the East Bay. One-of-a-kind, and other less familiar brand dealers. indicated to CSAA that they will also continue to sell premium-rated leaded gasoline as long as wholesale suppliers make it available for purchase. Motorists in need of leaded premium in areas where the product is not readily a available are advised by CSAA that a 50- 50 mix of unleaded premium, in combination with the highest octane rated leaded regular, should provide sufficient lead trace to lubricate a high com- pression engine's upper valve train and retain the. anti-knock characteristics of leaded premium. II l Obituaries Services for Joe Goraccn, 98, were held Saturday in Healdsburg:. He died MondaY, December 15, in a Cloverdale convalescent hospital after a long illness. A native of Italy, he had lived in California since 1902 and in Sonoma County for 25 years. Before retiring he was a laborer, working mostly in vi.rteyards in the Healdsburg and Cloverdale areas. He has no known sur- vivors. Mass of Christian burial was said at 9:30 a.m. at St. John*s" Catholic Church, in Cloverdale and had a followed by private inurn- small vineyard. She was a ment at Santa Rosa charier member of the Memorial Park. Fred Cloverdale Grange and was Young and Company was in their pianist for many charge of arrangement, years. In addition, she belonged to the Sormma County Farm Bureau and Grace Lutheran Church, Revia Belford Cloverdale. She is survived by her Services for Revia children, Walter Belford, Belford, 82, were at 10 a.m. Cloverdale, June Oster, Monday at the Chapel of Redwood Valley and Fred Young & Co., Kenneth R. Belford, Cloverdale. Brussels, Belgium ; nine Mrs. Belford died grandchildren and seven Christmas Day in a Ukiah great-grandchildren. hospital after a short Entombment was in Oak illness. Mound Cemetery, Heald- She was horn and raised sburg. Find Your Name in our Classified Marketplace Win a LUNCH at the Hungry Hutch Each Week . we'll be selecting a name.from the s_ubscription lists of the Reveille and the Press and placing it somewhere in the Classified Marketplace If y.our name appears- simply stop by the Hungry Hutch with some torm of I..O. and enioY a delicious lunch with our compliments. Famous Hungry Hutch Dell Sandwich Delicious Salad Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & Deli Kickoff for senior legislature staged The kickoff of a drive to build a California Senior Legislature (formerly called the Silver-Haired Legislature) took place at the Capitol December 4 as a recently compiled organizing manual was presented to Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. "This is very exciting. It's lop priority,"Brown sad in accepting the manual form a delegalion of 20 senior ctizens. "We need more (senior citizens) advocates around here." The California Senior Leslature is a nonprofit, nonpartisan project designed to bring to the State Capitol next July 29- 31 elected representativesf the estimated three million persons over 60 in the state A three-day model legiso lature will be conducted in fhe state legislative chambers, according to plans. Proceeding ac- cording parliamentary praclice, the seniors will debate and adopt "bills" to meef problems of the elderly. The adopted "legislation" then will he presented to the state Legislalure with hope of its actual passage into law. Last summer the state legislature endorsed the projecl by passage of Concurrent Resolution 129. Stale Senator Henry J. Mellow was author of the resolution, and 55 other legislators joined in sponsoring it. No ap- propriation has  made, however, and the plan may be funded by private sources ormembership fees. The Senior Legislature is sponsored by the California Commission on Aging. It is headed by a statewide steering committee, of which Sherman L. Tyler of the Commission is chair- person. The steeing com- mitlee includes representalion of Califor- nia's major senior advocacy organizations, which together represent more Ihan 2 million of the state's million older persons. The elections will be conducted by the Area agencies on Aging. Wednesday- December 31, 1980 Page 15 Ill I II II II II Maxine Biuhm, Jean Watts, Ann Odette and Laura Anello volunteered to decorate the tree for the Amer- ican Legion's Children's Christmas party at the Vets Building. Photo by Janice Corey. I Geyserville Area Business Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL U94-3339. To Geyserville Area Businesses The sky's the limit this 19811 We know that a to'tic New Year is in the stars for youl Hope it is ,-,/L in every way! Enjoyl Bosworth Hardware .Paint -Hardware Household Items Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 8574463 a Visit Growers Supply & Irrigatuon, Inc. 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