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Page 6 - Wednesday, January 30, 1980 Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER HELLO OUT THERE ! Gosh it's good to be home. I haven't been a patient in a hospital for 16 years, and learned nothing much has changed. They still wake you up at night to give you a sleeping pill....Peaches were the best buy in January.:..and if you really want to end a conversation in a hurry, you simply ask, "Would you like to hear about my operation?" (Works every time! ) While spending New Years Eve in a hoSpital is not exactly like attending the Fireman's Bali, it certainly was interesting. I was in good company, though as Ruby Vadon and Ruth Oeding were also on the "Guest List", so Cloverdale was well represented. BUTTONS AND ..... This is the first year Chamber Chatter missed the Fiddler's Contest, but I understand it was a stringing, singing, swinging affair, and that lotsa visitors had a mighty fine time. Then they took their bows and bows (little play on words, there, folks) and went strumming home. I guess everyone knows by now that Rotary really pitched in and gave the Historical Society a helping hand this year as the event is getting really too big for one club to handle. Applause all around for everyone who helped...and take a curtain call, Dr. Quan. VIENNA OR BUST: Someone asked me the other day if. I really, honestly thought that money could be raised to help send the Cloverdale High School Band to Vienna. The party was very doubtful about the possibilities. "Yes, it will hap- pen", I responded, without hesitating, "But it could only happen in Cloverdale...l have seen the impossible goals in this town completely do the turn-around many times before. It is the volunteers and the faith and pride in the project that will make it happen. In other words...it is much, much more than "Pennys from Heaven". Heck, with cheer leaders like Dena Gambetta, Vivian Menicucci and many others, you can't miss! DRUM ROLLS: Most of the business taken up at the last Chamber Board of Directors meeting pertained to the Citrus Fair Parade to he held Sat. Feb. 16, The beautiful trophies and ribbons have arrived according to the Parade Chairman, Lester Herring. About 400 entries and invitations went out after the holidays. If your group or entry is not on our gigantic mailing list, give us a call and we'll see that you get one. They are also available at the Citrus Fair and at Montgomery Ward. This year an added attraction in the regular catagories hopefully will bring in more float entries. There will be two Float trophies. One will he awarded to best float entered by Juniors (18 and under) and another for adults. Who knows?...Perhaps this will bring out some hot competition among the classes and clubs at the High School. More about the parade next week, so watch for a story! I have a lot more to tell you, but I came to the bottom of the page ..... Bye. IRS tax guide now available "I'd like to do my own :taxes, but the instrucUons are t too cmffxming." That is a htmiliar complaint voiced by taxpayers each year to employees of the Internal Revenue Service. But there is help. ."Your Federal Taxes," IRS Publication 17, is a complete and easy-to- understand handbook for preparing individual income tax returns. It explains, in plain English, the details of many of the items on the tax form. By giving examples and illustrations of properly completed forms, it can ease the annual drudgery of filing your income tax return. "We use it ourselves as one reference to answer questions telephoned in by the public. It is an excellent source of information," said Dennis Mitchell, who manages the IRS telephone "It gives the details tax- payers need to complete their own forms, with a complete index and easy to follow text," said Mitchell. Several companies reproduce ,all or part of Publication 17 in tax guides available commercially. These guides may cost several dollars, but Publication 17 is available free from the IRS for the asking. You can pick up a copy from any office of the In- ternal Revenue Service in the Bay Area, or you can order it through the "forms-order" telephone number listed in the local telephone directory . under "United States Government, Internal Revenue Service." In ad- dition, there is an order form in the back of your tax package and all that is required is that you check the box and mail in the order. information center in IRS will send a copy to you Oakland. through the mail. ::::::::::::::::!:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i::i:i:i::i:;:i:!:i::i:i:::i::i:!:i:!:i:;:::::::::;::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: ' Local representatives named by DWR A local representative has been named by the Depart- ment of Water Resources (DWR) to coordinate its activities and interests in .Lake and Sonoma Counties, especially those associated with current plans to build geothermal power plants in The Geysers area. Richard D. Lallafln, an engineer now stationed in DWR's northern district office in Red Bluff, will start work outof the Department's Lakeport office next week (January 14). DWR Director Renald B. Robie said Lallatin will not limit his , activity to New managers to open Lockhorn Restaurant Floyd lnglebret and Russel Schwartzmitler, former top cooks of the American Steamship and Matson luxury liners have taken over the restaurant of the Lockhorn Restaurant, ac- cording to an announcement made by owners Eva and Bob Compton. They plan to open on February tst serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant will be open every day except Tuesdays. Their extensive menu will feature Prime Rib on Friday and Saturday and lamb will be served twice a week. On Sunday they will feature turkey, ham and chicken. lnglebret and Sch- wartzmiller said they have "We're not up here to make a million, we're here to make a mark." Inglebret said. "The prime message we wish to convey to the Cloverdale people is no matter what they are served our guarantee to them is that they will receive top quality prepared food. For the first 60 days we will not have a firm menu. We will be asking customers what they would like and will try to work our menu around their desires. As we said, we guarantee no one will he displeased with the quality of the food we will be serving." Both new managers are unmarried and looking for 3 bedroom homes to lease. If anyone knows of any nice homes available they said they would appreciate a call. been going to sea for the past 27 and 22 years respectively on passenger liners including the Mariposa, Lurline, President Roosevelt, President Cleveland and others mainly to the Hawaiian Islands and South America. They both have top chef's ratings. After retiring out of the Marine and Cooks and Stewards Union they started looking for a restaurant of their own. They checked an ad advertising a restaurant for sale in Cloverdale but found it to he much to small. They dropped by the Lockhorn and after a con- versation with the Comptons arrangements were made to take over the Lockhorn Restaurant. City Council Carol Allen, president of Theta Zeta sorority (center) is shown with pledges Dorothy Barney. left and Betty Campell, right. New pledges welcomed by Theta,Zeta Theta Zeta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority has recently welcomed four new pledges to the chapter. They are Dorothy Barney, Betty Campbell, Dorace Mathis, Continued from page I Highway 101 and north of requested theparkingchange horses will be Kelly Road. on Main and Broad Streets in the park. The council also approved front of the church. Parallel advertisement for a con- parking is now used. sultant to prepare an en- vironmental impact report on the proposed Furber an- nexation and an adjoining 135 acre annexation application. Santa Rosa developers Ernest Thomas and Louis Meyers want to annex that property which is north of Furber's land. City Adrinistrator Bud Groom said the EIRcnsts will he paid by the applicants. The EIR will he "focused," he said, on certain elements such as traffic circulation and ecological effects. YOUTH GRANT A $1,836 allocation to the city's youth services program was approved. The money is the difference in a recent federal grant reduction. The grant is now $25,083. In requesting the money, Police Chief Rodney Persons commended program coordinator Barbara Clarey for her efficient and dedicated work. PARKORDINANCE .44)proval was city to start of land on ,' The property is the planned Second Street. SALA A merit salary $1,II0 per month proved for Wong. LETTER OF Letter of thanks: Mendocino County Department Councilmen approved the acknowledged. first reading of an ordinance ment thanked the CHURCH PARKING Diagonal parking was setting regulations at City Police Department approved_ for the Episcopal Park. Hours will be from 7 a MCSD deputy Church of the Good Sheperd, a.m. to 10 p.m. Riding car ran out of 122 Main St. The church bicycles, motorcycles and Christmas Dayin Women's Improvement Club to meet The Women's Im- provement Club of Clover- dale will hold it's next meeting on February 6, 1980 at l p.m. in the Forum Room of the Cloverclale Regional Library. Consumer affairs will be discussed and a film on As always,allthe consumer affairs will be Cloverdale are shown. * attend Pecans are still available provement Club for $3.75 a pound, pecan meal Members are is $1.25 a half-pound. Dish- bring quests cloths can also he purchased members. for 50 cents each. Orange Blossom Garden CI By LEAH NORIEL Rossie Stewart, program director of the Orange Blossom Garden Club, has prepared an interesting showing in talking pictures of the floods of 1964 and the Forest. The second film is depic- ling "'Pamelads Tree" arid its interesting features. The Club will meet Feb. 4th at 1 p.m. at the Grange Hall and in the dining room, the public are welcome. Gwen Marcus, president, will welcome all visitors and members, she will he assisted by Gladys Erickson. Kay Harper and Dorthy Brks are the hostesses serving cookies and tea and coffee. Questions and answers concerning floriculture and gardening relative to this season of the year will be the focal point of the meeting. The execetive meeting will be held at Dorthy Brooks home. Member: their market and all to be petted. money for lbe Don't forget the 4. 1 p.m. Sympathetic listen4 needed to make Sympathetic listeners are needed to make weekly friendly visits to older people who are confined to their homes. This is a good way to adopt a "grandparent." Coordinators are needed to match visitors and clients for the Friendly Visitor Program in Cloverdale. A patient helper is needed for a little boy in school who needs tention. Twice to 3 p.m. sday would help If you are these or other call the Center at 762-0111, or and Bonnie Wlodarczyk. A luncheon was held at Mama Nina's to welcome the pledges and our recent transferee from Fortuna, Nicki Johnson. Lunch Dinner geothermal matters, but also telephone numher is ?07.23. will serve,s liaison between 3390. Brunch :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 10 am - 1 pm the Department and local agencies on all matters of interest to DWR and the two [ the j counties such as planning, Redwood Smorgette conservation, and loan and grant programs. LallaUn has worked with Lake County officials "on water quality matters and is familiar with the area. His f.-'%N.G,qf-O%..qiNp,.L work at Clear Lake in the . I ,our00ou,00 I algae control studies made later by Lake County. He RESTAURANT also served on the technical committee to the Clear Lake Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30-9:00 Water Quality Council. office is in the De Langhden Building, Forbes Street. Lockhorn DINING ROOM Opening Feb. 1st UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Of our two cooks - one has 33 years and the other 22 years of expreience cooking on some of the world's greatest luxury liners t "Serving Superb Food 6 Days a Week" In addition to our regular menu...  Serving Lunch - 11 a.m.-2p.m. Dinner 5-10 p.m. Library "Story Time" 3" Specials } CLOSED TUESDAY Thurs.-Stuffed Manicotti to begln Feb. 4th ; Fri.-Crab Louie .b - t.-SourBraten Lo g R ,. .s,pn'ng se_!on ,of the introduces them to the world Sun.. Maple Fried Chicken uerarys Story Time ' for 3, ufbooimandliterature. ' ckhorn Dinin oom .4and s.yea.roldildren will Featured are picture book  Includes Sourdough Bread. Soup or [ negro mormay, Feb. 4 at I:00 stories, simple folk tales,  Salad & Beverage d p.m. and continue every songs and finger plays, and =1 134 North Cloverdale Blvd. 894-7977 aft00-=, the. occasion=ly, a sp00tal film | At the Depot Hotel, Cloverdale ttp. . . --. _ Parents are encouraged to . ,msprog.rammuemgnedto call 894-5271 for more in-  894-3723 y_ an _e'_dti.'..g .experience formation. This program . eq=,.lYq.ge,lt4.qt=j =ur pnv-smmo= chiloren, as it completely free of charge.