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January 2, 1980

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Page 6 - Thursday, January 2, 1980 i ll::::;:::::::::::::::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: ...r C.....r i!ii.,.r,m Boo has new WEATHER TODAY: "In the Eightys"...and Happy New YEEAR T .WEATHER TODAY: "In the Eightys' '...and Happy New Year to all of you ..... How was your Christmas? Christmas, they say, is a time for giving, and the greatest gift I received was being able to spend it with my family and good friends. All of my boys were home this year except Bobby who reports a white Christmas from the North Pole, (Alaska) where the Air Force is watching out for things which may be hazardous to your helath. Hello to all you folks at Eielson AFB who read the good old Cloverdale Reveille every week, even when it is late. And, of course, this year we had a little extra Weer boy for the holidays. Christopher Robert, age 5 months, joined us for his very first yuletide and brought along his new trick. He can sit up! It was quite by accident that we learned of his latest feat. Someone simply propped him up and then ran off to answer the phone. Upon return, there was Christopher, giggling his head off, very proud of the new ac- complishment ..... as were we all. FIDDLE FADDLE: Next on the horizon of coming events for Cloverdale is the famous Old-Time Fiddle Contest spon- sored by the Hysterical Society. It will be held at the Citrus Fair Building on Jan. 12th from 10:30 a.m. until who knows when. You may wish to tune in to KPIX along about Jan. 10th at I0 a.m. to "People Are Takling" where you might get a little review of what will be happening in Cloverdale on that Historic Fiddle Day. PARADING RIGHT ALONG: Even as you are still cleaning up after the holidays, down at the Chamber we have already prepared for mailing, 400 letters to potential per- tieipants in the big 1980 Citrus Fair Parade. Many folks don't realize that your Chamber of Commerce sponsors the parade every year, but we sure do...after licking 400 stamps and then some. The committee has opened a new catagory this year in hopes of getting more float entries. That would be "Jr. and Student Floars". We hope that this will encourage the youngsters (up to 18 ) to try for the extra trophy. And speaking of trophys, this year we think our selection is beautiful. Soget your beads together and let's get more floats and hands than ever before! OFF THE SPINDLI: Thank you Betty E. for guesting  Chamber Chatter last week....Remember the Crab Cioppino coming up this month, and Mayor Domenichelli, whatch out  for your bussing....Loved the shopping hag made available by :' the First National Bank. Boy did it ever come in handy at the i[ mail box. I just know we are going to get our Cloverdale High .y School Band to Vienna somehow. Especially if Vivian 'i Menicucci has anything to do with it. Vivian raised enough i:.. money for Crabe's chair, didn't she? Let us all get behind this ;. very important project ...... ICF holds a card party at the Church every 2nd Saturday of the month. Did you know that? ....And let' hear it for the Merchant's Association which ': gave something back to the mmunity in  exchange for i! shipping at home ..... CAT-ASTROPHY: My Siamese, Charlie, is really pushed out of shppe these days. She is no longer Lord and Master over the birds who flock around the penthouse. The birds are drunk on the red berries. Charlie sits in the morning sun- shine, bathing carefully, looking terribly dignified while the birds stagger up the walk-way and even run in little circles around her. She is so insulted, she pretends not to notice. They tease, they sing crazy songs and fly into the side of the house. Yesterday I put out some chipped meat (her favorite), but she passed it up and instead, ate all of the bird seed, ap- parently in defiance. Then she hid quietly behind a bird house on the deck. Charlie truly wants to play with fair game, but is having trouble in the bird-cooperation department. Will Charlie regain her stature as a bird hunter? Will the birds sober up after New Years? Tune in next week ..... owner Pilgrim Books at 105 East" First Street in Cloverdale is now under the new ownership of Anita Gonzalez, who purchased the store from Brigett Shurteff in early December. Gonzalez is from San Gabriel Valley in Southern California where she at- tended California State at Fullerton. She graduated with a B.A. degree in Fine Arts in June of '79, The book store is her first venture in owning a business. When asked how she happened to move to Cloverdale and buy Pilgrim Books she said: "I was anxious to move out of Southern California and to move north. I contacted a real estate firm asking for a rental in Northern California. They found one for me in Cloverdale My parents Federigo and Anne Gonzalez, my niece Charisma Arquette and I moved here and liked it so much we decided this was the place we wanted for our permanent home. When I learned that Pilgrim Books was for sale. I bought it." The new owner said she is considering some changes in the store. One of the first things she plans to do, as a starter, is to develop and enlarge the used book department and work up and "out-of-print" service. She said she also intends to set up an art section, with books on fine arts and crafts. Her plans include setting up a work shop area with a weaving loom and spinning wheel, with the intention of starting a work shop in spinning, weaving, Ukrainian Egg painting and John Bower elected to Board of Directors Donald H. Ruppert, president of The First National Bank of Cloverdale annou,ced the election of John J. Bower Io the board of directors. Bower, a Gualala land developer, has been aclive in community development in the Gualala area for 30 years. He is a past member of the South Men- docino Coast Chamber of Commerce, serving as president for three years, a member of the board of directors of Gualala Com- munity Center and of the Gualala Arts, Inc. Bower served Iwo terms on the Point Arena Elementary School Board and is a member of the Mendocino Counly Corn- miltee on Avialion as well as being a pilot himself and aircraft owner. Bower s 6. president of Ihe North Gualala Waler Co.. a charter member of the Point Arena Lions Club and Charter President of the Gulala Lions Club. The First National Bank of Cloverdale presently has three offices in Cloverdale, Boonville and Gualala. They will be opening their new head office in Ukiah near the end of January after which the bank will be known as The First National Bank of Mendocino County. Their administrative office will remain in CIoverdale. Thursday, Jan. :1 Orange Juice Roast Turkey w-Gravy Cranberry Sauce Mashed Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Fruit Jello Snap Menu Monday, Jan. 7 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Polish Sausage Red Cabbage Wholewheat Bread Pudding Tuesday, Jan. Cole Slaw Pork Chop Rice Pilaf Sliced Carrots Applesauce and Cookie Friday. Jan. 4 Tuesday. Jan. 8 Wednesday, Jan. 9 Bean Salad Baked Chicken Baked Chicken Macaroni and Cheese Sweet Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Brussel Sprouts Green Beans Green Beans Muffin Roll Roll Apricots Fresh Fruit Fresh Fruit Brown family to present program January 4th Four Seasons of Vavaldi will include chamber orchestra members Polly Holbrook and Bernice Goldman, violinists; Mildred Murphy, violist; Shirley Chilcott, cellist; and Warren Wisemen, bass and harpsichord continuo. The Brown family-Ryan, Norma and Corrick-together with members of the Santa Rnsa Symphony, will present a program of works by Brah- ms, Schoenberg and Vivaldi on Friday, January 4 at 8:15 p.m. at Randolph Newman Auditorium, Emeritus Hall, Santa Rosa Junior College. The Vivaldi Seasons, four The program includes the concerti for violin and  Brahms A major Sonata, chamber orchestra, are well  Opus 100 and the Schoenberg known programatic works of Fantasy, Opus 47, both for the Baroque period which violin and piano. After in- have been known to stir termission, a performance of controversy among artists regarding their in- terpretation. The Browns draw their interpretation of the work from the ac- companying poetry, which indicates that the music depicts, in spring, a shepherd sleeping with his faithful dog at his side; in summer, wild thunder, burning sun and furious swarms of gnats and wasps; in autumn, the hunters' chase; and in winter, teeth chattering and the rough howling of a cruel s|ornl. 00vvq.00vvvvvvvvwvvv0000v,00 Papa Johns :  Now Open v -- :---/!/ /, ..... / . o,=, ,o. Lu.c.,s ,:,  S|RVIN DINNERS \\; _ j 6Days a week 5 - 10 p.m. ,i:] Sunday Brunch: 1/am- 2pm  ! g Due Wt at ;he Dutcher-Cr--Exit-from-HighwaY-i0i 225 Theresa Drive 894-3838 * Lunch * Dinner the Redwood Smorgette Stop 'N SKate Cloverddle ROLLER SKATING CENTER .Opemng Open every Wednesday & Sunday (Except when other activities are scheduled at Citrus Fair) WEDNESDAY SUNDAY 3:00-5:00 After School 1:00-3:30 Public Session 6:30-9:00 Public Session 3:00-5:30 Public Session 8"30-10.30 Adult i 7 Sess on : 00-9:30 Public Session (Age 16 and over) Citrus Fair Building, Cloverdale 894-5790 other crafts. She plans to continue to keep antiques, collectibles and cards, and will ffer hand-made gifts. The general reading sec- tion of books will be increased Photo she said, and many of the new now coming in. 1979 Dog Licenses-expire Sonoma County Depart- ment of Animal Regulation today announced the beginning of 1980 Dog License sales. Remember 1979 licenses expire on December 31 and dog owners have until the last day of February to purchase 1980 dog licenses without a penalty. In Cloverdale and Geyserville, here is where you may purchase your license. Cloverdale - The Old Feed Store, 228 South East Street; Giovannetti's Sports Shop, 125 North Cloverdale Blvd. Geyserville - Boswoth's Store, Main Street. In order to purchase your 1980 dog license, you must bring with you a valid rabies vaccina tlon after July l, 1978. fees will be $6 for license and $3 for neutered dog. reduced fee, you proff of spay in spay certificate veterinarian or an receipt. NOW Op n Thurs. - Sun,. 5:30- : Sourdough Jim's 00rnr RESTAURANT 00art, Sourdough Sunday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. A stack of sourdough pancakes served with our special smoked bacon and a complimentary glass of champagne or cider- ONLY S2 9s Children'Sportion $19s s3- Specials Thurs. - Mexican Caserole Sat.- Stuffed Manacotti Fri.- Chicken Supreme Crepes Sun.- Canadian Bacon Includes Sourdough Bread, Soup or Salad & Beverage At the Depot Hotel, Cloverdale 894-3723 Fosters Freeze is bringing back the 50's with a 59 Hot Fudge Sundae. It's a real gone sundae with whipped cream, nuts, a cherry and lots of thick, hot fudge. It's so hot.., and it's soooo cool! "l'hugh J:muary 3lsl 543 N. Cloverdale Ave. Cloverdale, CA.