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January 23, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 6 - Wednesday, January 23, 1980 Cornmunit Li Sourdough Jim's Restaurant opens in Cloverdale Whenever a new restaurant opens in Cloverdale residents are somewhat apprehensive- wondering ff the food will be good and if the new owners will be able to make a success of it. And for good reasons, too. Local residents have seen several restaurants come to Cloverdale opening with great fanfare - promising the finest in food, a delightful atmosphere, etc. And then all of a sudden they're gone. Another new restaurant has opened at the historical Depot Hotel - "Sourdough Jim's." A young, creative couple have taken it over - and if ever there was a friendly, family-operated restaurant with a menu combining delicious old- fashioned and innovative homemade dishes this is it. The new owners are Niels and Susan Jacksen from Jamestown in Tuollume County in the Gold Country where they have been general partners with another couple in restoring and operating the historical Jamestown Hotel and Restaurant. In the quiet, unhurried, colorful interior of Sourdough Jim's you can enjoy recipes from a chef (that's Susan) a four generation San Fran- ciscan, who learned her culinary art from her mother and working in fine San Francisco restaurants. The couple has three children, Jason, 11, Jeremy, 8, and daughter Megan, 7, Niels, who is is also an electronic engineer for Op- tical Coating Laboratory in Santa Rosa, introduced them as head waiter, assistant waiter and assistant to the assistant waiter, respec- hopefully buy the hotel and restore it as we did the one in Jamestown." Right now the restaurant is on winter hours open four days a week--Thursday through Sunday for dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and they are serving Sunday brunch from l0 a.m. to I. By spring they expect to be open for lunch, too, and serving dinner every night in the summer. The menu is enticing! And very reasonably priced! Among their specialties: Prince Poniatowski biroshkis, a regal delight in traditional Russian pastries with a special filling in- cluding minced beef, sweet and sour cabbage, parsely and spices, served with tively. The children dolike to homemade sour cream - help serve--but only under the $2.85; Miners' Stew, a hearty watchful eye of their father wine-flavored beef stew With "We want to find out what fresh carrots, potatoes, the Cloverdale people want - celery and onions - $3.95; and that's what we will give Homemade Chili Gulch Chili - them". Niels said. "We $2.85; Lotta's Fairy Pillows, intend to stay a long time and homemade beef or cheese Gail Ornbaun joins Century 21 staff =$ Broker Asso. !!!:iii!ii!.;iiii::i!iiiii!i!iiiii5i::::5::::::;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Gaff Ornbaun has recently joined the staff of Century 21 Les Ryan Realty as a Broker Associate. Ornbaun has 5 years ex- perience in real estate and formerly managed a local office. She graduated from Anderson Valley Union High School and attended Santa Rosa Junior College ani Fullerton College. She is married and has two- children. Prior to working as - a real estate agent she worked in accounting and bookkeeping. The family also runs sheep on their property in the Yorkville area. Orn- baun is currently serving as a Director of the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce. Century 21 Les Ryan Realty say they are ex- tremely pleased to welcome a new Broker Associate with the experience, background and education that Gaff Ornbaun possesses, and hope that all of her clients will call her at her new location for professional real estate service. Masons to install 1980 officers and honor veterans Curtis Lodge 140 of Cloverdale will install its 1980 officers in an open meeting at the Lodge Hall, First and Mulberry Streets, at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, January 26. District Inspector Andrew Wolf of Santa Rosa will be Master of Ceremonies. Of- ricers to be installed are: Worshipful Master..George Heaton Senior Warden..John Snoddy Junior Warden_Dick Carter Treasurer..Darel Mack Secretary..Ralph Planck Chaplain_Dave Ramsey '\\; Senior Deacon_Ben Garrett Junior Deacon..Gil Leisz Marsqal..Ed Haczela Senior Steward..Lou Tyler Junior Steward..Dick Wooldridge Tiler_Bud Taylor Officers' Coach..Darel Mack The second part of the program will oe the honoring One recipient will be John A. Brown who was initiated in Crescent Lodge 45 of Lakepert in 1929. Shortly afterwards he joined Curtis Lodge where he was an of- ricer for many years, as well as serving in various offices in the Order of the Eastern Star. He now lives in Eureka. The other recipient of the of two of Curtis Lodge's older Golden Veteran's Award is members. Inspector Wolf Wayne S. Rulofson who was will present each of them initiated into Masonic work with a Golden Veteran's here in Cloverdale in 1927 and Award, an award given in has remained a member ever recognition of 50 or more since. He now lives near years of lodge membership. Healdsburg. ravioli and sauteed mushrooms smothered in a "  butter and garlic sauce - $3.25. All come with an in- dividual loaf of sourdough French bread. They also offer a menu especially designed for children of all ages - $2. And don't miss out on their homemade ice cream. It must he the richest ice cream in Sonoma County (maybe anywhere! ). It was enjoyable talking with this friendly family! It was enjoyable dining there. They're trying hard to please their customers and take pride in every little detail. They're using the finest ingredients in their cooking, real butter, very fresh vegetables, and topgrade meats. Their sourdough French bread is from Costeau's French Bakery in Healdsburg, they said, picked up fresh each day. Thinking of all these good things makes one hungry! Supervisor Brian Kahn Continued from page I abroad" We are paying a errible price for this neglect." IH another sector of Ihe economy. Kahn charged thal =mal,y of ihe serious problems faced by small busi,=saoaean be traced to "an alliance of eonvef, ience" between federal agencies, and economic giants". "The vital needs of small business are lost in the bureaucratic shuffle," he said. "In the areas of taxation, research funding and outright aid, the corporate giants can count on help from the federal government. The only thing the small businessman can count on is excessive regulation." Jeremy, Susan. Megan and Niels Jacksen are shown in the dining room at "Sourdough Jim's" the family's new restaurant at the historical Depot Hotel. The Jacksen's have From Jefferson School Kahn said that all too often, financial influence is the key to getting action at the federal level. "Our North Ccmsl fishery is a vital food- producing industry. Yet because it is a small business enterprise, i{ 's treated like an unwanled step-child." Calling for major reform of campaign financing laws Kahn said, "Until the financial rules of the political process are changed, big money will continue to dominate, and small business and the general public will be short-changed." Kahn concluded, "In his 17 years in Congress, the in- cumbent has contributed far more to the problems we face than to their solutions. It's time for a change." By DENA GAMBE'I'rA This week two very ex- citing things happened at Jefferson School. Someone broke into the office and several teachers rooms. Nothing was stolen except the little change that the secretary had in her desk. For the first time Cloverdale is a Migrant Pupil School ! And since we are, we are specially funded by the county to help these children. The county also furnishes workshops for teachers on how to help the migrant student and how to im- plement the program. On Tuesday, all day, and on Wednesday for a half a day a teacher from the County Migrant program comes to Cioverdale to instruct some of the teachers from the classes that had most of the migrant children, which this year are Miss McGowan, third grade; Mrs. Fontana, second grade; Mrs. Giusso first grade and Miss Reiners kindergarten. All of these teachers have migrant students in their classes. Also present were all of the specialized reading teachers at Jefferson School, namely Dick Johnson, Gloria Sam- perton and Wini Kineaid, plus Lucy' Belford the Bi-lingual Aide for these students. The instructor explained the process of teaching non- English children, all in English. One step is to assess the level the child is on, then one-half hour a day these skills are taught to the child in helping them to speak English. For example. Level l - give the word stand, and you stand, then have the student stand and follow your example. Or point to the ball, and have the child repeat. Sourdough Jim's RESTAURANT Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30-9:00 loverdc, le Hctppening$ o-ura-'oubh--S=-n00= S y By DIANERAMOS by a isitors 0the'but" g. calling on parents to bring Brunch We then voted to have a food [or this. The club has The first community float in the Citrus Fair decided to help out the C.H.S. 10am- 1 pm meeting of the New Year was Parade, but unfortunately an Band by serving at the tl 11 School. The meeting was found. Unless a volunteer " There were two reports called to order by Pres. Tami comes forward the float is given, one hy Elsie Titus. Presentation of colors out. Citrus Fair entry forms Imenichelli on All Skills was performed by Sgt. at were discussed and were to Day and the other by Linda , Thurs. - Chicken Breast Taquitos Arms, HelenRoge and Shelly be filled out . after the Singleton, Staci Caldweil and  Fri. - Shrimp Creole t[ Kirn. The minutes were read meeting. This year two new myself on the Christmas  Sat. - Lasagne and the treasurer s report features have been added to Party. We worked on our  Sun. - Empress Chicken ej was given. Mrs. 4-H. Premium money will be books, enjoyed recreation Domeoicheili then asked 4-H paid in most divisions and and the meeting was ad- g parents to donate blood at the club feature booths are journed at 9 p.m. The next  Includes Sourdough Bread, Soup or Jan. 22 Blood Bank in the available. We are putting in a meeting will be Feb. 26. i Salad & Beverage d nameof Mrs. G, il Brou_gh. feature booth and Mrs. Pat Some other important  We would like to thank the Hicks and Mrs. Jane Kirn are dates to remember are : Feb. At the De0ot Hotel, Cloverdale American Legion for their chairwomen of the project. 9, non food exhibits are due at generous donation of the Mrs. Saulter volun, teered to Rainbow Hall; Feb. 14, food { , 894-3723 heater for Rainbow Hail. It chair the Judges luncheon exhibits due; Feb. 18-19, pick will be greatly appreciated again this year. She will he up exhibits. #tt.ge,#eL#4tate,#,4t4t,lf Speaking mostly in complete sentences. There are thir- teen levels of learning for the migrant student who is also bi-lingual. The program was founded by Wispman, and developed by the Mt. View School district. This program was started with the teachers in Cloverdale, as an ex- perimental program. All who attended the workshop said it was most informative and helpful for them in teaching English to the non-English speaking child. On Thursday morning the aides had an Inservice training program. We were informed that Washington School was being monitored by a team from the State department. This is the first time thatVCashington School was monitored, and that is because in the middle of last year the SIP (School Im- provement program) was implemented at the school. Some places were in need of improvement, but many areas were found to be good. All the CSEA members were urged to attend a meeting on January 21, at which time James McAuley, Superintendent of Schools will be our guest speaker, on the situation of the school for this year and in future years. All members were urged to be present. There is going to be a workshop on February 7th for aides and volunteers in Santa Rosa. Anyone interested please leave your name in the office, rides will be arranged for all. A short time was spent on problem solving in the school with students. Dick Johnson then gave an excellent presentation on discipline. He started out by saying that the dictionary says that discipline is training, correcting; it molds and perfects. (Discipline doesn't necessarily mean punish- ment.) An excellent film on Childrens agression and its origin was presented. The aides gained much insight from this program, and will be better qualified for discipline problems that might come up. Mario Michelon then presented a few words of wisdom on his role as a disciplinarian. The meeting closed with instructions on how to tnake simple finger puppets, for Language Arts, where a child .The Pc # of the d wr ts and tration !aine W iwere t may be able dep talk, and exl!Jladies. through theBing would not be. fit' the, same without ..an ,,, you would like. make these si without costs, [ed a n see the ones i soon made. He willehil give you the te show you how t3him, se, while Thanks to Cre custodians, principal, aid year I and mostly t g" make Jeffer happier place t: _ C.hri.s work with chil m nt said there ilhouh pthfei; tenn reak hour to spare come and join School ! You'll : the Redwood 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Fosters Freeze is bringing " back the 50 s with a 59 Hot  Fudge Sundae. It's a real  &"liU gone sundae with whipped cream nuts, a cherry and :i lots of'thick, hot fudge. It's  Bette so hot.., and it s soooo cool!  Weaver : Through January 31st lyn H ", 543 N. Cloverdale Ave, Cloverdale, CA. Lunch Or Choose From Our Complete We're Open Every Day from 6 a.m. Closed Tuesday