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Cloverdale, California
February 13, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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February 13, 1980

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Page 4 - Wednesday, February ]3, ]980 Community Lif h mber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER IRONIC: Our Sister City, Cloverdale, B.C. reports they had a terrible fire which wiped out ' of their shopping district And guess when it happened...the same night our Cloverdale Plywood burned to the ground. SEEING THINGS? The staff at Cloverdale Clinic is having a hock of a time convincing Dr. Van that they are seeing elephants and have been since the first of the monthdown near the Citrus Fair Grounds. Everytime Dr. Van drives by there, he doesn't see them. Brenda Starr, girl reporter quickly stepped into a phone booth and chased down the story. It seems that there have indeed been 2 elephants in Cloverdale for the past 2 weeks because of date mixup on the Fair. So apparently, when the good Dr. drives by, the elephants have already gone to where elephants go at night...and how do I get out of this item?... o HOME TOWN BOY makes good! How many of you saw the Kitty Korner" story in the San Fransicso Chronicle 2 weeks ago written by our own Clinton Johnson and about his cat "Sunshine"? It's not everyday that someone in Cloverdale gets published, so congratulations Clinton? MORE "Home": Speaking of home town boys, I suppose you all know by now that the Sunday Night program at the Fair this year is no other than Frank Fontana (Old Blue Eyes is back? ) ..... If you have followed Frank's career over the last couple of years, you will know he has now become professional and has appeared in a number of shows in the Bay area. So Sunday evening we will have Frank back in his own home town singing old favorites just for us. Tune in ? ANOTIIER MIRACLE: All those chuck holes in the lot next to the Encore have been mysteriously smoothed out by the good old Cloverdale Lions Club. Now when you drive into the lot you don't have to sing "I Left My Teeth in San Fran- cisco ... TllANK YOU CANADA: And you will get a chance to do just that this weekend when some of the folks from our Sister City, Cloverdale, B.C. will be in town to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the program. There are still some luncheon tickets left for the "Bon Voyage" luncheon to he held at Papa John's, but reservations are a MUST?!?? The luncheon is on Sunday, price $5.25 in- cluding all .... Continued on page 6 Shelly Kirn and Deana Zagorites, -t-H members, deliver the first new Cloverdale phone book just off the press to Mayor Jack Domenichelli. Photo by Janice New telephone directory now available The ChamberofCommerce The Cloverdale 4-H will living outside the city may The advertisers will is pleased to announce that deliver the book this Satur- pick up a copy (one to a receive the first copies ac- the 1980 edition of the day Feb. 9th to all homes family, please)at the Tourist cording to Joe Bowman, ,Clverdale. Telephone inside the city limits. Those Center in the Owl Plaza. Chairman. Sorry no mailing ,Dxrectory is now available. 00Ava Barber to highlight Saturday nights Falr entertainment Highlighting Saturday night's entertainment at the 78th annual Cloverdale Citrus Fair will he Ava Barber , llowed by the danceable i iusic of the Jody West Band. e four day fair opens iday, February 15. A regular on the Lawrence Welk Show, Ava Barber Specializes in country- western songs. The blonde singer goes on tour with the Welk show and annually appears with them at Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort. up her recordings. Currently Ava is with Ranwood Records in Los Angeles and has in release "Bucket To The South", "You're Gonna Love Love" and "Healin"'. Ava's performance during the Citrus Fair will start at 7;30 p.m. in the Citrus Auditorium. She has been appearing on the Welk show since December of 1973, but keeps I blues and rock and roll. "The mission charge for the Citrus hand formed a year ago in Fair. December and say they've Admission prices are $1.50 built a repertoire of dan- aday for adults or $3.50 for a ceable music that crosses four-day season pass to the traditional musical boun- fair. Single day admission daries while appealing to for juniors ages 6 through 17 most everyone's tastes, years is 75 cents: juniors' season passes are $2. There's Band members include no admission charge-for Jody Westerlund on guitar children under six years. and banjo, Micheal Adams on Cloverdale merchants lead gultar, fiddle player Lisa selling Citrus Fair tickets Haley, Ed Land on electric include Cloverdale Food bass and Jim Bowman on Center, Sciaini Ace Hard- drums, ware, Giovannetti's Sport Shop, Financial Savings & There'll be a $2 admission Loan and the First National to the dance featuring the Bank of Cloverdale. Ad- music of the Jody West Band. mission tickets may also be Ava Barber's performance is purchased in advance at the included in the basic ad- Citrus Fairgrounds office. The annual Citrus Fair Dance will also he held Saturday night featuring the varied music of the Jody West Band. They'll start up the dance tunes at 10:00 p.m. A Forestville based group, the Jody West Band will he bringing their versions of down-home country, swing, I I AT LAST !!! I _ D Shop M,enu INATURE'S '! HARVESTI Wednesday, Feb. 13 Fresh Fruit LettueeTomato Salad Beef Stew Monday, Feb. 18 ' Rice Holiday Carrots Washington's L' Fruit Jello Birthday Tuesday, Feb. 19 Thursday, Feb. 14 Grated Carrot and Raisin Valentine's Day Salad Citrus Juice Chicken Fried Steak Baked Ham Baby Lima Beans Sweet Potatoes Roll Peas Birthday Cake Muffin Sliced Pineapple Wednesday, Feb. 20 Ash Wednesday Friday. Feb. 15 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Lettuce-Tomato Salad Cheese Lasagne Salisbtu'y Steak Italian Vegetables Baked Potato French Bread Green Beans Apricots Gerdes Auto Wreckers 00IIATTERIES Both, cars and trucks ... NATURAL FOODS one mile north of Cloverdale on Hwy 101 open Tues.-Sun. 10-6 894-4156 YOU DESERVE THE BEST! i Business of the Week TV-STEREO-VIOEO REERS SALES AND SERVICE 1894-279300 208 N. COMMERCIAL iii FIND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. $24" For most types, 6 end 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 too. guarantee. Gerde= Auto Wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-2186 City Clerk' C By BARBARA PEUGH City Clerk I thought the public should be aware of some new regulations regarding political signs that just came in to City Hall this last week. The City previously did not have any political sign restrictions. So if you are a property owner and are contacted by a candidate or candidates committee for permission to place political signs on your property here are a few guidelines to follow: The following directive applies to State Highways only (which covers any frontage on Cloverdale Boulevard). "Signs and other similar displays are prohibited within the right-of- way of any public road or highway, and may he sum- marily removed without notice." Signs or sign structures may not he placed adacent to a landscaped freeway. Signs or sign structures may not he placed adjacent to a Federal-aid Primary or an Interstate highway unless they are in compliance with the controls set forth in the Outdoor Advertising Act. For example, they may only be placed on property that is zoned for industrial or commercial uses and they musl be within I.O00 feet of a business or' industrial ac- tivity. Before placing any signs or sign structures in unincorporated areas within view of County or State high- ways, and in incorporated areas within 660 feet of the right-of-way d Primary or highway, a responsible removal of he filed with, obtained from Dept. of Outdoor Branch, 1120 Sacramento, Enclosed with above was a So if you need sign permits (or more) at directive also such permit is and approved the law Transportation signs that do notl regulations and to bill party the election. stands for initiatives that might wish to In our had noticed candidates campaign Cloverdale thought it idea to advertise there are now landowners to Last day to eligible to vote coming Muni March 10. a Deputy Hall-she's bee bt we do registration mail in to the Dept. If you Registration lobby just ask tionist. 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