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+tlood leaves 'trash slick' for miles north of Cloverdole Wednesda Februar 1980 - 3 avy rains and ago left along the f draping the miles from north of Ukiah, sheeting the stuff during | had covered which a planted. farm Ericksen material is though un- fed on far- mlands, he said, to cover the ground while methyl bromide gas is injected into the soil to kill fungus+ Ericksen also said the gas quickly dissipates and poses no threat of water pollution. He stated that pest control operators fumigate the fields with it by county permit. Jerry Irwin, State Department of Fish and Game officer agreed that there ]s no chemical pollution of the river. Irwin asked the Mendocino County district attorney's office to file a littering complaint against the owner of the Schrader Ranch, where, he said, the plastic originated. Irwin said the court must decide whether the property owner is responsible for removing the stuff. It ap- pears when driving along Highway 101 as though the trees were festooned with rolls of toilet tissue. An engineer for the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Ben Kor, said his office would investigate the situation only if it receives a public complaint. He also stated that the water board has authority to order the mess cleaned up if it is found to be an esthetic problem. e of Vienna" ittee meets of Vienna" Wednesday, Red Carpet Menecucci Connolly was seconded Was unanimous handed a Miracle" that he had Graphics. one for your in at the Red and Jan they have calls from lad individuals help raise Ballet plans to from their April. Others they could go on their Connolly are going great for the Ravioli and Spaghetti Feed on March I. Very few tickets are left. A meeting for the "helpers" will be set sometime after the fair. There just might be another feed in April. Vivian Menecucci said she has been asked what the band members are doing for their trip. A list was quickly composed by committee members: Selling tickets for the ravioli feed and preparing to entertain that night. "There's Hope in Soap" is their project. They will be performing for the Queen's Pageant and in the Citrus Fair Parade. There is the local spring concert in May andcompetition at the Spring Festival. with High School graduation not far behind. Some of the members are working with the Junior Fair Board. And don't forget they are going to school, par- ticipating in Student Body activities and athletic events. Some have outside jobs to help get ready for college. When school is out in June, they will go into full rehearsals for the trip to Vienna Winnie Connoily explained some of the financial aspects of the trip. Approximately $800 per student is needed for transportation. Each student will not only have their own suitcase, but their instrument and music as well. Food and lodging will be about $700. After they arrive in Zurich, they will travel by bus. There will be around 17 or 18 con- certs in 14 days. They will play in townsquares, meeting the mayors and council members. It will be a very busy trip, but an opportunity our community do(sn't want them to miss! Library celebrates Year in new building membership now numbers 60 Y,ung Museum. The slides and we hope to add more at and lecture were enjoyed by a our membership table this sell-out crowd. Our $46 profit Regional year a! the Citrus Fair. The has been donated to lhe in its new table will be in the library for the purchase of Year now and Washington School multi- books about Egypt. the Library purpose room. Our annual Book Sale was a An important milestone held in October. We recieved Year. was reached this year with many fine books from themselves the filing of incorporation donation and had a fine turn this year. papers. The Friends of the out of buyers. The profits of last Cloverdale Library is now a this sale enabled the Friends Friends tax-free corporation. We also to donate $400 to the Library served the joined the Friends of for the purchase of records. The baked Libraries, U.S.A., a national Join us and be a part of our by the association. There are 2,000 Food Friends groups in the United Women's States. February their annual There front of the fts building Fair. were also High School School for Our The programs last year included a discussion on "Non-sexist Literature for Children" with speakers Patty Lewis, librarian and Cynthia Grant, local writer of childrens books. In June we sponsored a King Tut slide show provided by a Docent from the De ambulance for January R GKIE immediately precarious. the Cloverdale welcome extreme ,season. Calls were to the Of the am- teen were with an remainder patients were not In addition three calls were cancelled while the am- bulance was en route to the scene of the incident. Our thanks to the Emergency Medical Technicians who volunteered their time in January in order to save their community: Rick Blackmon, John Buergler, Robin Clear, Bob Gaskie, Linda Gaylor, Nancy Hargis, Ruth Humphrey, John and Betty Mankin, Pat McGahey, Charlotte Mc- Manus, and Tom Peugh. Happy Valentine's All! + "'Trash slick" caused by heavy rains and floodings drapes trees for miles north of CIoverdale. Photo by Janice. Camellia Show to be I eld February 16- 17 On Tuesday evening Feb. 5, those interested in growing and showing Camellia blooms had a treat when Jim Grant of Santa Rosa came and gave the group pointers on how to prepare and get flowers ready and how to handle them for show He also gave helpful pointers on rowing Camellias. The ,host important thing to remember is to keep the blooms picked up from under the bush as they drop as this is the only way to keep the disease petal-blight from propagating and spreading. Disbud the buds to one bud per stem if you want one nice large bloom, and pin back the leaves with clippies so nothing touches the bloom as it opens. Handle the bloom by the leaf and try not to touch the bloom as they bruise easily. Another tip was to take a small paint brush to dust off any pollen or bugs !hat may beon the petals. Do this gently as a nice clean f,f0wer is important, ac- 'drng tO jllges when they are judging the flowers. Whether you were at the meeting or not. all interested persons are invited to bring blooms Io the Camellia Show at the James Hicks Memorial Library at Washington School. Saturday morning Feb. 16 ,between 7:30 and lO;O0 a.m. The show closes Sunday evening Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. activities for the coming year Stop by the mem- bership table in the Washington School Multi- purpose room during the Citrus Fair. " "NOW = One Local Q '.J. Actor's Theatre for Children . Number fl presents 1 "Snow White and the For All Seven Dwarfs Your a play wire music .s.edon the ta, ity taleby ,he Brothers Gimm Performance Time: e=av ,6, .. n a.o 2, Travel " '*" 'Y Place: Snt+ RoSa Community Ceer Needs o Theatre 41S Steele Lane Tickets: s,.00 Call Louise Andersen Information: ,s ,3107 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANG[NENIS IntroducinO + Our New Gift Shop Just in time for Valentines Day! Squares hold tion February  from Healdsburg were also in exercise attendance. The evening was Cloverdale enjoyed by all. Club started ring the e candles corners of caller Napa. dancers The Citrus Squares meet every Monday night at 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Jefferson School all purpose room. All new square dance class will begin March 17, 1980 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Jefferson school all purpose room. 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