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Citrus Fair to open February 15 &apos;*fair" season opens next fun and entertainment at erdale Citrus Fair of the 1960 Citrus Fair 15 with the theme of r" carried throughout the , parade and fair run through February parade, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce will 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, _,16.j on Cloverdale Boulevard t'ULJ 3eteCt the Citrus Fairgrounds. Con There'll be two Kids' Days at the state sanctioned fair on the 15th and 18th with discounts for children at the carnival on those days. Senior Citizens Day will be featured Monday. February 18, reports Citrus Fair Manager Tom Montoya. Ad- mission for senior citizens will be reduced to 75 cents that day with special entertainment and activities for those 60 and over Professional entertainment on Saturday night will include Ava Barber. featured singer on the Lawrence Welk Show followed by the .lody West Band--a Sonoma Count:,' based group who describe their music as a blend of the country swing, blues and rock & roll. Sunday night, February 17 brings special entertainment as Frank Fon- tana, formerly of Cloverdale, returns from singing and stage engagements in San Francisco and New York City to entertain fairgoers. Admission prices at California's first fair of 1980 include all Citrus Fair en- ('ontinued on page 3 .=ilk Citrus Fair queen contestants for IgOr0 are Keri Sibert, ponsored by l)elta, l,isa Finck. lAons Club: I,)nne ('olin. American l,egion Auxiliary: Wendy Junker. Rotary Club: Anna Feleiano of Geyserville. Women-: Improvement Club. Ann Traglia. Farm B,,eau, as on a field trip and not present for pictures. Photo by Janice -594l' r.w.l t.I "41 |1 CloveFdale ' ff00. vez'lle lootr q e'< _fie' California Volume 102 No. 4 Wednesday, January 23, 1980 1 Section 20 Pages 20 cents Geyserville School Board Disneyland trip for seniors pproved betta received a standin- ovation f m *h `= entire stude ........ at a ral F r ile lit .... s ro ,  nt bod ly " ida  at the _. gn ehool when she gave an inspirational talk to encourage all students to Ilelp and [te zn every way possible to make the "Miracle of Vienna" trip a success. She told them this e 00nts be,ng planned asn't just for the band--it was for Cloverdale iligh School and each student was part of this great honor. Photo by Janice 00/'Mlracle of Vienna" steering 00ommittee formed fieacle of Vienna" steering met Wednesday evening at .|u'Pet office. Attending were Rich Pellegrini; phone 'e Jan Davies and Connie |r; Donna McClure; Carol | Neva Goodman, Rich Rilea; viii,= .eni00oi a be us=meses in the area ex- J.e, trip and ,. a similiar letter asking for will be sent r fU'ms and corporations in ..p County. a..6 students in the hand. It I ..:.;' "immts must be sent to = oammittoe. The first, $100 i t be sent before March mt ,mr the same amount, is uemre April l. A trwrn neat must be made by May I. |t date the steering committee 00erdale Police spstigating ), theft feels they won't be able to raise the funds necessary, deposits will be returned. All monies collected through donations and the community fund raisers will be used only to finance the students trip. The chaperones will be going at their own expem. Accounts have been opened at the Bank of America, First National Bank and Financial Savings and Loan. If the goal isn't reached, the money deposited will be returned, if the depositor specifies when making the deposit. Otherwise, the money will go into a general band fund. Band parentswere sent letters asking for permission for their student to make the trip; if they could help with fund raising and if they could chaperone. All of the parents were willing to help, one way or another the committee said. Four parents have signed to go as chaperones. Mrs. Winnie Counollv, parents know their children are taking signs but won't do anything about it. "We simply want our signs baclk and an end to this,', sa ttm-- .._ ya Ms. Lu ..... Owners rely on Our advertising to sell their properties and our signs identify Kate Connolly and Susan Connolly have also signed up to make the trip. Some ideas for fund raisers were a golf tournament, a night at the movies and an auction. Committee members will be looking into the possibilities of doing these things and more! Already planned is a booth at the Citrus Fair, with hand members and parents working. They will be offering homemade pies, coffee and handmade articles for sale. If you can help, the committee asks you to please call Connie Seymour, 894-3469. On March 1 there will be a Homemade Ravioli feed, with the hand entertaining and an auction. If you or your organization would like to help, please call Jan Davies, 894-3859 t9-5) or Connie Seymour (5-9). Or send suggestions to P.O. Box 311. Any help will be very much appreciated. the properties we are currently marketing." The signs may be returned to Damerow & McTeer Incorporated at 106 East First Street or to the Clover. dale Police Departmt ! 4 OVerdale Police have been the gns POsted on properties uamerow & Me'reef In- ,rig to branch manager Gall 'L most of the missing signs . from the Muiacon Sub- along North Foothill some who -, Patrolman Jim Manion. the matter. that our signs are for interior decorating," . "However. we've which takes it out of a prank." ia augmented, ac- the police, by the fact that Four days of fun i'00i for children .:,: !iii Opening day of the 78th annual i:::::: Ch,verdale Cilrus Fair February 15 :i:i also marks the beginning of four days of :ii! fuu for children. :::: The Citrus Fair will again offer its iiii popular ;*flock Finn Fish Pond" where free trout hroughou the fair days. Carnival discounts, clowns, animals and talent contesls for youlhs are also iii part of the attractions for children. " Each year the Junior Board of the Citrus Fair--a group of high school age :::: volunteers--stocks and operates the iiii free fish pond. All children attending ii!i the fair ca,, attempt to catch the seven :::: to nine-inch hmg live trout with poles iii: and lines provided by the Junior Board. ii!i There's no limit at the "Huck Finn !iii Fish Pond'* and no charge as the fish are donated by the fair. reports Cirus Fair Ms,roger Tom Montoya. A few !ili large ,rophy fish will also be stocked in :::: the pond so that y(amgslers can try to iiii "'catch the big one". The fish come the four day fair which continues ii!i i::i from Sn,ith's Mountain St. Helena ,hrough Feb,'ua,'y 18. iiii ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ii::::::::::::::::.:::;::;::::!! SRJC classes begin Feb. 4 in Cloverdale !iii T,'oul Farm near Calist,,ga. !::!i Kids will also have their own special iiii days at the fair on Friday February 15 ::ii a,,d Monday Ihe lSIh with discounted :i:i prices for the ,'ides at the Butler:::.:: Aruusements car,ival both days. The special schedule for Kids' Day on !i!i Friday als,, includes a performance by iiii ;he Washinghm Jr. High School Band, the competition fox" the titles of Lily l'm.n and O,'an Orange-a junior King !iii and Queen ,,f the fair--a,,d teen and i::i:: jumor talenl cmlests. The Cloverdale iiil tligh School Band will play Friday i:i: .ighl during the annual Citrus Fair :i:i Queen co,,test hosted by Rcg Lester of ::i! KSItt) radio in Sanla Rosa. Special attractions for children and !iil adults will be the ,'eturn of Happy the !ii! Clown and his Happytimc Dog and :::: Pony Circus. They'll perform al varied i!ili limes throughout lhe fair. Anin,als to i:!:i pelwillbeprovidcdbyWilds'Animalsii I and theh" C,'itlers To Cuddle throughout Santa Rosa Junior College will offer an art class in Cloverdale this Spring designed for persons with beginning, intermediate or advanced skills in painting. Clinton Conley is the instructor, and the class will meet Mondays, from 7 to I0 p.m. at Cloverdale High School beginning Monday, February 4. Registration is now in progress at Bailey Hall on the Santa Rosa Junior College campus for evening and off. campus classes. Registration hours are from 9 a.m, to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with evening hours from 6 to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Students may register by mail, using the l:nted forms from the Evening College Schedule of Classes, mailed in December to all Sonoma County residents. Mail registration materials may also be requested by calling the SRJC Evening College before January 18. Instructors will also accept registrations at the first class meeting, providing the class is not filled. Students should he prepared to pay all fees at the time of registration. The fees this semester are the same as last, with a $3 student use fee, a $2.50 health fee for students taking eight or fewer units, and $3.50 for students taking more than eight units. For further infor .ma_Uon on c),es. Registration or fees, contact the Evening College Office at 527-4441, !")i.evtand ha b(c,n approved hy ; : Geyserwfie School Boai,,a,e ..... n::for: :tbe: 1980 senior class trip. Some Geyserville seniors will travel by train to Los: Angeles fop the June 5-8 holiday. They will take part in a special high school graduates' night. PROPOSITION FOUR Trustees learned that expected voter approval' of Proposition-Four may endanger uncommitted district money remaining at the end of the fiscal year. Supt. Robert Hileman told the Board that special restricted accounts can be used to protect the money. Tntees would have to indicate for what spaeial uses the money is intended. Proposition Four, also known as the Gann Initiative. will take effect July l if okayed by voters. RESIGNATIONS Resignations were accepted from Lisa Goldman, library aide, and Jody Armstrong, teacher's aide. The beard okayed the hiring of two part-time a to replace them. CPR CLASS The board learned that a ear- diopulmonary resuscitation class will be formed in Geyserville if enough students register. Fifteen participants are needed. Those interested should call the educational park office. INSURANCE Trustees decided that district in- surance accounts should be continued to be handled by Milt Brandt Insurance of Healdsburg. A proposal had been made for the advertisement for competitive bidding on the insurance business. Trustees said they are satisfied with coverage provided by Brandt but would like advance notice of premium costs. TEACHERS' ANNUITY FUND A new state Teachers' Retirement System tax sheltered retirement an- nuity fund was approved by the boqrd/ District teachers can now participate in the fund if they choose. SUE SMITH Trustees approved the realloeation,of work time spent by Sue Smith. Shewill be a counselor for haft the school day, assistant principal for 12 percent  the day, and continuation school ad, ministrator for the remainder of the day. ENitOLLMErr Enrollment in the district, from kindergarten to twelfth grade, m totals Z$7, the board learned. :: KIWANIS BREAKFAST It was announced that the Geyserville Kiwanis Club will hold a fund raising breakfast on Feb. 10.