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~J CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26,2011 -- Page 11 Coming Events: Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents "New Beginnings," through March 13, at the First Street Gallery, 105 E. First St. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m, Cloverdale Performing Arts Center prese~nts 'iThe Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged,,, Jani 28, 29 301=and Feb4 5! This show is for anyone who has a sense of humor and likes the absurd, it is a must see even if you don't like Shakespeare. It is I~ilarious. Buy tickets online at tickets @ cloverdaleperf0rmingartslcom: J The Cloverdale Historical Society presents, ,!wings Over Sonoma County," a tribute to early aviation honoring Fred J. Wiseman, the centennial of America's first air mail flight from Petalum to Santa Rosa and the story of Wiseman's flight over the Citrus Fair. The exhibit is open Saturday Jan. 29 to March 3t ,2011. Hours are Thursday & Saturday, t0 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday & Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Annual Fiddle Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 29 &30, all day, at the Citrus Fair. For more info call 894-2067. Hep Cats, Rat Packs, and Cool Chicks a "Radio Show" of music from the 1950s and early 60s will be held Saturday, Feb. 12, 2 p.m. at the United Church of Cloverdale. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at Low Knob Press, Mail Center and the United Church. Cloverdale Citrus Fair, Friday, Feb. 18 through Monday, Feb. 21. The Citrus Fair Parade will be held on Cloverdale Blvd. Saturday, Feb. 19, beginning at 11 a.m. 2011 Citrus Fair Cabaret Dinner Theatre, "Rockin' with the 50's," is set for Saturday, Feb. 19 and Sunday, Feb. 20, both beginning at 7 p.m. Dinner wi!l be catered by Hamburger Ranch and will include wine. A no host bar will be available. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased by calling 894-3992. First Baptist Church of Cloverdale to host a one day womens' retreat on Feb. 26, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the church, 450 Franklin St. The event will include guest speaker Carolyn Dunn, a licensed Christian therapist and discussion on many topics about the friendship of women. Cost is $10 and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Please call Cindy at 894-4895 to reserve a seat. R.F.D. ~~l DARNIT! , C.AI~'I" b5 Mike Marland ! f--xurc ors ~ll "q k~akV~P ~-taN~,NOW I'M Trivia Test: By Fifi Rodriguez 1. GEOGRAPHY: In what body of water are the Seychelles Islands lo- cated? 2. MOVIES: Who directed the movies "Stagecoach" and "The Grapes of Wrath"? 3. CHEMISTRY: What element's symbol is C? 4. MUSIC: What rock 'n' roll band included members Marty Balin and Paul Kantner? 5. HISTORY: What Union general captured Vicksburg, Miss., after a 40-day siege? 6. SCIENCE FICTION: What fic- tional character had a flying lab called Sky Queen? 7. LITERATURE: Who wrote "Rid- ers of the Purple Sage"? 8. MYTHOLOGY: Hera was the sister and the wife of which Greek god? 9. U.S. PRESIDENTS: What U.S. president was born in West Branch, Iowa? 10. INVENTIONS: When was the ballpoint pen invented? Answers: 1. Indian Ocean 2. John Ford 3. Carbon 4. Jefferson Airplane 5. Ulysses S. Grant 6. Tom Swift 7. Zane Grey 8. Zeus 9. Herbert Hoover 10. 1938. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Crossword answers: time: 25 mins. -&-~ I E L L L U E D M I E R G K TI v D O L T R E E T C A S K The Old Time Fiddl e Festival has been sponsored bythe Cloverdale Historical Society for going on 36 years. The event will be held this weekend at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair. Pictured are a group of young fiddlers from Redding atthe 1980 fiddle contest. Pictured are Vail Taylor, left, and the 1959 Citrus Fair Queen, Mary Gambetta. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. CIoverdale Blvd. BUSINESSES rdenworks nc. 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They laughed at Colum- bus, they laughed at Ful- ton, they laughed at the Wright brothers. But they also laughed at Bozo the Clown." • If you're like the average American woman, you will eat 4 to 6 pounds of lipstick during your life- time. • You probably won't be surprised to learn that Alaska is the most north- ern and western state in the Union, but would you believe that it's also the easternmost state? Yep. Be- cause the state crosses over into the Eastern Hemi- sphere, it's technically farther east than Maine. • In Alabama, lawmakers once thought it necessary to pass a law forbidding the operation of a vehicle while wearing a blindfold. • Traffic is so bad in Tokyo that for most trips shorter than 50 minutes, it's faster to ride a bicycle than it is to drive a car. • You're almost certainly familiar with the grouping of stars known in the U.S. as the Big Dipper, made up of the seven brightest stars in the constellation Ursa Major. You might not know, though, that other cul- tures call it by different names. In India, for example, the stars are known as the Seven Sages, and Mongo- lians call them the Seven Gods. Many in Northern England see a Butcher's Cleaver rather than a dipper. Scandinavians think it looks like King Charles' Wag- on, those in Finland call it the Salmon Net, and the Dutch have named it the Saucepan. • A shrimp's heart is located in its head. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Ir + Fook Winter Seed Mix ' 1' l~art thistl< part white millet, 1 part safflower seed, 1 part black oil sunflower seed. AI1 bases are covered with this simple, high-fat seed mix. Put in a feeder or toss on the ground for all birds to enjoy. E-mail: blrdingblts@c~.m:com © 2011 Kir~ Features Synmcale Inc BY HENRY BOLTINOFF mm • III III I Find at least six differences in details be~een panels. r m m (-, / -au06 sl elJJm sj~’qO 9 su0#nq seq le~loe[ s,uebl "S :eu01~ s! duJeq V &J)ss!w s! aJa!uuolnoq s,ueuJseleS ~ H0elq S! 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