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January 23, 1980

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al of Vienna" endorsed Council &amp; Police Dept. informed as to the progress of the "Miracle of following letters are reprints from Police Chief the Cloverdale City Council. 1980 McCauley Superintendent :Unified School District Blvd. Calif. 95425 the City Council of the City of Cloverdale the need of a business license tax charge to any or individuals promoting or soliciting funds in e High School Band Vienna Fund. of the Council was at the request of Mrs. Vivian ,f t )or  have any questions or wish further information on neaJff, please let me know. WeT' h istrator :sI , d 28, 1979 wet( in Menicucci le Reveille t Street , CA 95425 :? Menicucci: a number of ways to keep youth constructively Sports, hobbies music, the remaining arts, and '.r activities. 'Most of these require inspired :el ivc}" ! The remarkable Mr. Steve Connolly. the bandmaster, who not only teaches the Cloverdale Iligh School Band members to be the outstanding musicians they are but is a constant inspiration to them. Photos by Janice. E'd l)alan tells students he beliexes with the cooperation of the entire community and student body of t'loverdale Iligh Schmd the "Miracle of Vienna" could come true. i'hotos by .lanice I II I I I Cloverdale Citrus Fair entertainment fec o l"riday, February 15. 1980 I0:0Q pro. Fair Closes for the lerlainmenl, Auditorium-- M.nday. February Sx. lgaq; " fmusie, Cloverdale is indeed forttmate in having Kids day, Midway .... l0 am. Day: Skills in Action, and Aca,Barber. singer from the KidsDav. Midway-10a.m. to as Sieve Connolly who is capable of motivating " to 5 p.m.---All Rides 3 tickets other in-action demon- Lawrence Welk Show y, p.m - All Hides 3 Tickets for lp lllie to take an interest in music His efforts have, no for $1 strations will be scheduled 1o:00 p.m. Dance, Jody Wesi $! :11 young people and the community by involving throughout the day, as time Band .e1i,r Cilizel's Day " 11 nslruetive -, .Jo activities, permits l,,:t, p.m. Hest of Fair Fvery.ne over 1-*._, Price   i r--rUhe ,wor:S: ---' Closes for the Day 10:00 a.m. Ribbon cutting - Saturday. February.16. 1980 Fair Board. 1979 Citrus Fair lO:i a w All Exhibits Open Queen Jane Barnharl 8:00a.m. Official 4-H County- Sunday. February 17. 19811 tl ::'0 am tluck Finn Fish 11:00 a.m. Happy the Clown wide Rabbit Show and 9:(X1 a.m. 4-H Dairy Goat P,nd. ('ommercial R(ma & The Happytime Circus--- (?onlesl. Rainbow Hall Show. Rainbow Hail 12:(x) a.m. ttappy the Clown iy efforts lo fund the band's trip be suecessful Midway 10:(Xla.m. Exhibilsopen; Art 10:00a.m. All Exhibits Open. & The Happytime Circus. pa - l:00 p.m. Cloverdale Junior in Action, Classical Glass (?amellia Show, Washinglon Midway 'may yours, High School Band. Miss (GlassBIowers);4-HSkillsin School Library Arl in Ac- 1- pm (.'hwerdale Syn- ing Robin Willat, Conducting Action. Rainbow Hall lion: 4-H Eskills in Action: (',,pat.rs Kilchen Band, f Y(bons 1:.30 p.m. Huck Finn Fish ll:00 a.m. Annual Citrus Science and (;rafts .,ni,r Skit - 3 Corner Hats; enoliee Pond. Commercial Room Fair Parade sponsored by ll:(10 a.nv. Happy the Ch)wn Friday Talenl Winners ,e  2:30 p.m. Junior Talent (:loverdale Chamber of & Happylime Circus. Midway 2:30 pm Huck Finn Fish to l':, Conesl. Auditorium C,,mmerce: Largesl Orange I:00 pn Square I)anc, t'nd '{'tmimei'cial ttom a" S I Contest,3u p.:,,.AuditoriumTee, Talen, andCUnleStcloverdalebetween Haldsburgchambers; chMerP"'i; ai. Dave tt,,bauph : 3u t, ,!; ttappv The ('h,wn & e"  5:30p.rn. HappylimeCircus: Camellia Show. Washington 1:30 p.m. Huck Finn Fish Mid0/v stuuents : pro. Huck Finn Fish l:00p.m. Happy the Clown & 3:(X, plt,. Huck Finn Fish k Midway School Library P-nd. C,mmercial Room :,:o0 pm. Fair Closes --- 00lli g t SSU ,,,, Commereial Room The Happytime Circus. P.nd.C,,nmercialRoon n a 7:.30 p.m. Cloverdale High Midway 3:30pro. Happytime Circus. School Band Performance, t:00 p.m. Roller Skating for Midway ! ts considering tinuing to accept Fall ap Sieve Connolly. Conducting; the family in auditorium 6:t) p.m. Huck Finn Fish lit at Sonoma State plications. Queen Pageant and FREE ROLI.ER SKATING Pond. Commercial Room for the Spring Frank Tansey, the Dean of Coronation of 1980Citrus Fair FROM I-:::0- 7:) p.m. Happy Ihe Clown & areurged to make Admissions, said, "The Queen. Reg Isfer, KSRO AVDITt)RIUM }Iappyfime Circus. Midway by Friday, Jan. reason for the dual cut-off is Radio. Master of 4:30p.,u. Happylime Circus, 7:30 pro. Professional En- - ,Ist day to submit to assure that we ean process Ceremonies; Dorothy Midway lerlammenl. Auditorium-- eplicaUons. Even all applications and thereby Montoya. National Anthem; 6:00 pro. Huck Finn Fish Frank Fontana in concert office will con- enable a student to be ad- Presenlation of Awards Pond. Commercial Rtmm "Hme'" with Glen Kelly. .2eeep t applications mitred by the late Feature Exhibits and Floral 7:00 p.m. Happytime Circus. Musical Director IIbea,,,,,,,,,,_._:_..d=[t25'tbeapPlicaUns registration period." Gardens; Greetings from Midway lO:O< p.m. All exhibits and [l-::."PxneuY Dignitaries 7:30 p.,u. Professional En- gales close Spring applications should 1' documents. P be accompanied by a '$20 ml deadline for all application fee. For Fall a ,A!ms is Frida !, .. y, Feb. $25 application fee is .... .i nPpileations are required. Additional in- " ..... ""'""'""''"'"""'"""'"'"':::::'::':':+:':+:+:::':::+ it./oca! community formation on applications is IH 111 g,n schools and at available from the Office of ampus in Rohnert Relations with Schools at 707- e campus is con- 664-2374. 1 Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum ,00us'r Fair JANUARY " ent and activities First National Bank of II00t00n00icke00for Cloverdale. Financial SALE " p 'eed $3.50; Savings or Cloverdale Food ason tickets are $2 Center. ix through 17 years _ admission for Carnival tickets for the iiii  $1.50 each with a 75 Butler Amusements rides can :.:. - rge for juniors for also be purchased in advance ;" Thee e is no ad- at the Citrus Fair office or Cnarge for children through the 8th  _el_, at years. Cloverdates Washington In Stock Carpet may be purchased School, located just behind Remnants nds in Cloverdale or carnival tickets sell for $5 for J) ) Sciani Hardware, 17 tickets and are good any of Reg Sale etti's Sport Shop, the 1960 Citrus Fair days. 12x24'-4" Beige Hi-Low Plush $320" $160 'm !2xl5 Yellow Shag $168 $50 izx24 Gold Shag $288 $128 " 12x12"-5" Rose & Beige Plush $183 $66 , 12x19'-5"' Red Commercial Loop $336 $112 00runE - I 12x5' $" Brown PlOShray Loop $180590 It - G Commercial $70 $12 12x15' White Plush $200 $50 , IJ, ARVI/1.I 12x20'-3" Gold, Beige Hi-Low Plush ,297 $135. al, 41, I,,J, I This is only a small selection of Mock available ' ;IIAL FO01) , I iiii LINOLEUM IN STOCK CLEARANCE !iii ??i Armstrong Designer Solarian 16.95 9.95 iiii ii.: Gaf Gafstar 16.95 8 95 !iii iii:: Large stock of bath:oorn sizes from $.00- 25.00 iii:: ,le nort_h?f Clovedale on iHy 101 i Cloverdale ! CABINET&LINOLEUM t YOU DESERVE THE llE,5"lrl I 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2334 Wednesday, January 23, 1980 - Page 3 .Xt the student rally last Friday. blindfolded student body pre.ident Gilbert Villarreal unknowingly ended up as the lone participant in a banana eating contest. Three other contestants were quietly told to return to the audience. (;illwrt t,.,k it all in the spirit of fun. Financial Aid Workshop at CHS A second Financial Aid Workshop will be held al Cloverdale Hiqh School on Thursday, January 24. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Library. All applicants for financial aid and California State grants are reminded that Feb. ll is the deadline for both the SAAC (Student Aid Application for California and CSAC Grants California Student Aid Commission). These two documents must be postmarked by the deadline date. Proof of mailing shou!d be obtained to insure any question o[ meeting the due date. SRJC Doyle Scholarship applicants should mail their SAAC before Feb. 1. Students considering out of state colleges should be in conlact with those in- slilulions 1o meet the respective financial aid requirements. Those who cannot attend Ihe workshop are encouraged to mee( with Mrs. Nervo, counselor, by calling for an appointment - 894-2538. Up john KAOPECTATE 8 oz. Reg. 1.64 6 OZ.'