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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 20010 -- Page 11 Trivia Test: • "A New Year Dawning," on display at the First Street Gallery through Feb: 28.~ Presented by the Cloverdale Arts Alliance: 105 E. First St. 894-4410. • Free Tax Assistance Feb. 3 through April 8 on Wednes- days from 5 to7:30 p.m. atthe Cloverdale Library or Thursdays from tl a.m. to 1:30 p;m. at the Senior Center. • Cloverdale Arts Alliance to offer drawing classes,7 to 9 p.m. on Friday nights, beginning Feb. 5 through March 12: This class is for adults tiSyears and otder and cost is $70. Pro-registration is required. Call 894,4410 or visit wwwcloverd8leartsalliance:org. • AARP is offering a defensive driving course on Thurs: day, Feb. 11 and Thursday, Feb, 18at the Cloverdale Senior Center, 311 N. Main St. Both courses are de- signed for driver 50 years and older and insurance dis- counts are available upon completion of the course. To registerfor the class call 894-4826. • The Center for Socidl and Environmental Steward* ship announces a "BirdwatChi0g for B~:inners" nature walk at Clover Springs Open Space, Saturday, Feb. 13, from 8-11 a.m. For more information: contact Anya Per- ron-Burdick at 707-838~6641 ext:~ 244 or • 118th annual CioverdaleCitrus Fair's "A Salute to the U.S. Military," Friday, Feb: t2 throug h Monday, Feb. 15. For more information call 894~3992 or visi:t • Citrus Fair Cabaret, Saturday & Sunday Feb. I3 & 14, 7 p.m. at the Citrus Fair Auditorium. Tickets are $40 and include: appetizers, dinner and dessert. Wine wilt be available at your table. The meal! will be catered by ;Ham- burger Ranch: For tickets call 894-3992. By Fifi Rodriguez 1. TIME: A quadrennial refers to what period of time? 2. CARTOONS: Who was the voice of "Underdog" in the cartoon series? 3. GEOGRAPHY: In what U.S. state did the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain take place during the Civil War? 4. ASTRONOMY: What shape is the Milky Way galaxy? 5. LANGUAGE: What is the meaning of the Latin phrase, "Cogito ergo sum"? 6. MOVIES: What movie was Steven Spielberg's first major di- rectorial effort? 7. LITERATURE: What is the name of the bookstore in Diagon Alley in the "Harry Potter" series? 8. EXPLORERS: Who was the first European to explore Green- land? 9. HISTORY: During what war did the Battle of Trafalgar take place? 10. MATH: What is the decimal equivalent of the fraction 3/5? Answers: 1. Four years 2. Wally Cox 3. Georgia 4. Spiral 5. "I think, therefore I am" 6. "The Sugarland Express" (1974) 7. Flourish and Blotts 8. Eric the Red 9. Napoleonic Wars 10..6000 Crossword answers: B!A H AIC E TIH R ElY E The Spats by Jeff Pickering m I l ! O T I OUR ~I~I~ One-PiP uli~0 0 ZH E I PIc H I N AIR A C E R__.~_U.S E D __111 L E R o-1- -6--fi XIs C A N " =il M O A USED -E--~ -ff EINI U R I RIYi G o P Citrus Fair Queen of 1947, Fay Pelle- grini, is pictured talking to the wife of Governor Earl Warren following the pageant. This.yle~PsiSi:ogram is sched- uled for Friday~:!Eeb~i:~i3~ at 7~30 p.m. ~i.:= ~=:=.::; ..:.=. :.i, .i-i-=:~iii!!:=.:=.:: =.~= .: ..~ ~ .... ::- . ....-.:: :..:-.: The Cloverdale Citrus Fair exhibit from 1971. The Druids won first prize for their feature exhibit. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd BUSINESSES COMPLETE SELECTION OF: • Top Soil • Soil Amendments • Organic Materials • Redwood & Fir Bark • Road Base • Colored Rock • Field Stone & Flag Stone • Planting Mix • Sand & Gravel 1 YARD CART AWAY CONCRETE AVAILABLE WE DELIVER LARGE OR SMALL LOADS/ OPEN MON.-SAT. 8 AM-5 PM Ceowe CAm, rr Seewce 11/31 carpet, Furniture, file & Grout Cleaning I II1~111 COMPE]]TIVE PRICING WITHOUT COMPROMISING CIU~LITY IIFIlII t|U II I Joe H0dge, Dave H0dge \~/]/~ 707.894.4991 cu~;, ~. Ught J~#orial Cell: 291-9231 Covemgs ~Z D If EIIOAZ E Looallg owned & operated Wednesday - Senior Discount Day Monday - Friday 8am to 4:30pm • Saturday 8am - 4pm 707-894-9067 • 60 B Commerce Ln. Bill Fenner Roofing Phone/Fax 707-485-7126 707.545.9234,707.217.2705 California State License #716481 NEWHART Bookkeeping & Tax Preparation "Gabby" Newhart, CTEC Registered Tax Preparer Individuals • Business • E-File Returns 894-3366 111 W. First St. Suite C & ~: QUALITY LANDSCAPE DESIGN. CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ~1~ Patios & Walkways # Decks • Barbeques Trellis & Arbor Shade Structures ~t~k~!ilil Wails & Terracing • Fountains & water ~~Features • Bocce Bali & Petanque Courts .,a ~~xK"~,~ Visit us at www.garcl ..... ks-I ...... ;i~!i!:i:: LIC #669113 BOX 326 HEALDSBURG, CA 95448 J ~'~ ...~07)857-2050 • (707) 433-7368 • FAX 857-2055 Lathes & Milling Machines CNC's Free Estimates • Fast Service 894-4553 597 Santana Dr. Suite A GI SS Steve Denison 433-4860 • Fax 433-3102 16039 #E Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, CA 95448 CA Lie# 646000 || LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 894-5267 CLQVEP~.DALE RICK GILBERT OWNER Locally Owned and Operated Since 1994 Yard • Landscape • Installation Pruning • Clean-up • Maintenance Landscape Design Free Estimates • Lic# 845571 RE STORAGE HOUSEHOLD • BUSINESS RV. BOAT 894-3100 120 SANDHOLM LANE, CLOVERDALE SERVICES Strange but true; By Samantha Weaver • It was American journalist, author and humorist Don JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign-& Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Geyserville eagletec73@aoLcom 894-3977 fax {707) 894-3733 COVER TO COVER BOOKS BOOKS • MAGAZINES • CDs 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. (inside Antiques & Uniques) Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10-6 894-4556 JULES STOVE and CHIMNEY WORKS Damper Repairs & Spa/k Arrestors W Artistic Installation Woodstove Inserts Relining - Masonry Work Chimney Cleaning • Jules Volper 10% Senior Citizen Discount (707) 894-2110 Travel daily at: .com ! 129 N. Se habla Espafi~l:::’CST 2031833-10 ’on$lre’lio. Custom Homes • New Construction Additions & Remodels • Custom Tile Work Kitchen & Bath Remodels • Roofs Hardwood Floors ° Cabinet Installation 707-328-8813 or 707-477-8726 David A. Smith ° Contractors Lic. #907097 Marquis who made the following sage observation: "Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yester- day." A giant carnivorous plant has recently been discov- ered on a remote mountaIntop in the Philippines. The second largest pitcher plant on record, nepen- thes attenboroughii secretes a nectar that lures in- sects, frogs and even rats into its trap, where enzymes and acids break down the animal and digest it. There has been a lot of debate about whether older drivers should be required to pass driving tests in order to renew their licenses, with fail- ing sight and dimin- ished judgment being cited as reasons for the more stringent require- ment. However, statis- tics tend to indicate that, as a group, teenagers are the more dangerous drivers, with their auto- ~ c C~i~.~ Cindy Brook Fresh Fruit I know it's co]d out there, but if you can put some apples, oranges, grapefruit, grapes, raisins, cherries, cranberries or blueberries out on a paper plate or a tray feeder, crows, mockingbirds, warblers, rob- ins, woodpeckers, cardinals, catbirds, tanagers and odoles will thank you. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.n:com @ 2010 King Fealures Synd , Inc accident death rate roughly triple that of the elderly. • If you're thinking about going back to school during this economic downturn, you might want to consid- er working toward a master's degree in business administration. The average salary increase enjoyed by new MBA holders is a whopping 64 percent. • The men's formal attire known as the tuxedo takes its name from the Tuxedo Park Club in New York, where the clothing first became popular. The word itself is derived from the Algonquian word for wolf. • The man who holds the world record for running 100 meters and 200 meters, and who has won three Olympic gold medals, is a Jamaican by the name of Usain Bolt. Yes, Bolt. • The Zagat restaurant rating system recently con- ducted a survey of Americans' tipping habits. The results? It seems that residents of Philadelphia are the most generous tippers in the nation, leaving an average of 19.6 percent. The average across the coun- try is 19 percent.. BY • I [O[l[lj,'l il[ILl.kll HENRY BOLTiNOFF Find at least six differences in details between panels. ~, , a’ • 6ulss~tu s! elqe.L '9 "Jeltel s! eseA '£ '5u!ss!tu s! MoB # vo6UOlS! J!eq S,UEmOM 'g Jep!M s! eJn;0!d g 6u!ss!uJ s! ~Oll!d 1. :seoueJolj!O ~d 03 CO E: O3 d t- ~5 t-" CO m o~ LL c- O OJ @