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Page 4 Wednesday, March 5, 1980 Community Lif Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER WEATHER TODAY: "Springing Up" - Nominations are now open for the election of Directors on the Chamber Board. If you are interested in placing a name on the ballot, please contact the nominating committee through the Chamber office._ a94-2862 _ or any director of the board BOY, AM I in hot water...Chamber Chatter got a "Needs Improvement" score on a little Story reported last week. It was about the injured cat and Marmalade Cherbert and the Police Dept. I got the story second hand...(NEVER do that) and the truth is that Marmalade did not get turned down as an animal control applicant. She instead was told that the position had already been filled. Tom Goosetree has been hiredand starts March I. The cat was repaired by Dr. McCrystal, not Dr. Anderson as reported. To make a long story even longer, the cat is now doing fine and they have &apos;tagged her "Buck-O-Bananas. I swear all the names men- tioned above are real, alive and well living in Cloverdale, and I wish I could get out of this item .... HI-O-SILVER: The big Rodeo weekend in Cloverdale, B.C. begins on May 23rd. Pat Rose is the chairman for the trip from this Cloverdale if you are interested in the Sister City visit. She will have a price on the airline this week, so watch for a notice in the upcoming issue of the Reveille. t A LOTTA NOTES: The latest on Warm Springs Dam is that the project is a bit ahead of schedule according to the folks who know these things and the Master Plan is now out and available to look at at the Chamber and the City Hall ..... Bob Trowbridge is the latest good guy to donate to the band fund ...And wasn't that a nice piece of publicity the other night on Channel 7 News?...If you have not received your Cloverdale Directory, we have some at the Chamber office so come see  us...Don't forget the Fireman Ladies Corn Beef & Cabbage Dinner on March 15th....See you next week! Aluminum cans for CHS Vienna Fund There are two 50 gallon iheir used luuminum cans to Jnims placed outside the support our CHS Students home of Phil Cann, 111 whoare going to Vienna. We Rosewood Drive for anyone will smash the cans and all interested in donating all the money will go for the trip. ,Notice rl I All veterans with overseas service and hold an honorable discharge are very much ,needed in the Veterans of Foreign Wars organizations, according to Commander Bob Wright. We need new members in the Post and Auxiliary. This is every members obligation Membership creates benefits; a working membership creates a strong Post and Auxiliary and a strong voice with our National and state lawmakers. We need you and you need the V.F.W. Please contact the following or any member of our post. We welcome you with Cmoradeship. Mr. Del Cole - 894-2060; Mr. Dwayne Daunch - 894-5386; Com- mander Bob Wright- 894- 2257. The next V.F.W. bingo game will be tonight. March 5th, 7:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. Come and enjoy an evening with your friends and neighbors. Martin assigned to Air Force Base Airman Wanda J. Martin, daughter of Barbara L.  Martin of Cloverdale, Calif., has been assigned to Lowry Air Force Base, Colo., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, here, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. -In addition, airmen who L \\; complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive specialized in- ' struction in the munitions and weapons maintenance field. Airman Martin is a 1979 graduate of Cloverdale High School. Her father, Howard M. Martin resides in Oregon, Was. ---r -- ---r r --   " Sourdough jim's RESTAURANT Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30-9:00 Sourdough Sunday Brunch 10 am - 1 pm In adiition to our regular menu. 3" Specials Thurs. - Hungarian Goulash Fri. - Crab Quiche Sat. - Barbequed Ribs Sun. - Chicken A L'Orange Includes Sourdou@h Bread, Soup Or Salad & Beverage At the Del00t Hotel, Cloverdale 894-3723 Apple Blossom Festival to be held March 29 - April 12 The Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce annually sponsors the springtime Sebastopol Apple Blossom Festival, in celebration of the beauty of the apple orchards in bloom. The 1980 Festival will begin with the crowning of the 1980 Apple Blossom Queen at the Coronation Ball pageant on the evening of March 29th, at the Sebastopol Veterans' Memorial Building. Sebastopol's 1979 Apple Blossom Queen Miss Jennifer Langeberg won the national title and is the reigning Miss Apple Queen U.S.A. for 1980. Jennifer will be on hand to crown the 1980 Apple Blossom Queen. The event begins at 8:00 p.m. Highlights of the events to be expected at this year's Festival are the parade down "Main Street in Scbastopol on Saturday April 12th, starting at 10 a.m. A local Art Show opens Friday at 7 p.m: at the Veterans Building, and continues through the weekend, in addition to other exhibits, displays, booths selling crafts, baked goods, and games to play, centered around the Veterans Building. There will also be pancake breakfasts, chicken barbecues, a square dance, folk dance, teen dance, golf tournament, horse show, and a car show. For runners, the Apple Juice Run winds through country lanes past acres of blossoming apple trees, with complimentary apple juice for all finishers. The Main Attraction of the Festival week will be the Apple Blossom Tour, routed over 35 miles of beautiful country roads in the area around Sebastopol. Tour signs will be posted along the way, and tour maps and schedules of events are available at no cost, from the Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce. Entries for the Parade, booth applications, and en- tries for the Apple Juice Run are being handled through the Chamber of Commerce. Tickets for the Apple Blossom Queen Coronation are also available at the Chamber. Cloverdale Community Resource Council needs you The purpose of the Cloverdale Community' Resource Council association shall be to compose a Council of representative community organizations to coordinate, on a voluntary basis, for various community projects as needed, such as com- munity concerns, community services, cultural interests, health needs, and youth, senior citizen and ministeral groups. Membership in this association shall be open to delegates from all organizations and interested citizens in the community. The nominations and elec- tions for the Council shall take place this Saturday, March 1, 1980 in the Forum Room at the Cloverdale Library. If you are interested in being a member of this Council or )f you need Qr information, please p]ajt,l attend. The time will be I.0 - p.m. in the Forum Room. Hope to see you there: Little League sign-up schedule Little League sign-ups for to participate. New par- the 1980 Little League season ticipants must bring their will be on Saturday March I birth certificates. and Saturday March 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on We need volunteers in all Friday March 7 from 5 p.m. areas. Any parent interested to 8 p.m. The sign-ups will be in donating a few hours per conducted at the Scout Cabin week can contact John Jarvis at the Cloverdale City Park. or any board member or can All children who will be eight leave their name and phone (8) years old on or before number at sign-ups. All help August 1, 1980 will be eligible will be greatly appreciated. orqasbord Lunch Dinner Or Choose From Our Complete Menu We're Open Every Day from 6am 9 pm Closed Tuesday the Redwood Sm0rgette 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. tT.oo CAL 'S ,7.oo CASINO CLIfB NORTHERN CA MOST LUXURIOUS CARD ROOM LADLES WELCOME All Games Strictly SupervisecI LOWBALL POKER PAN SIGN UP NOW TO WIN $1000 VACATION FOR TWO. RULES AT CLUB JACKPOTS $100 $100 $100 I Name Address Time I ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER PER 24 HOURS REDEMPTION TIME: 2pm, 31, 4pm, 7pro, Ilpm, 4am OPEN 2pro 'TIL ? 2151" NO. STATE ST., UKIAH 462-4064 $7.00 ouPo. EXP,RES $7.00 New rental program in Cloverdale To satisfy the increasing demand of residential renters in the Cloverdale area, Damerow & McTeer In- corporated has inaugurated a rental program for tenants and landlords. Run by Sharon Ricetti, Realtor Associate, the program is designed both to help lan- dlords fill their vacancies with the right tenants, and to help renters find suitable housing. Landlords with vacant rentals may stop by the office at ,538 North Cloverdale Blvd. to register the type of ac- comodations available and the monthly rent required. Potential renters also register their housing needs. Sharon then screens the applicants and matches them with the dwellings for which they are best suited. The program saves lan- dlords the time and hassle involved in answering multiple telephone inquiries, waiting for "no-shows", and repeatedly showing vacant units until the right tenant comes along. Both local and out-of-town renters are also aided, especially those whose work schedule might otherwise cause them to lose out in the fast-moving Additional about the newt may be Sharon at elm One Nu For Yol Tra Ne, Call Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Auxiliary By DENA GAMBETTA The Cioverdale Volunteer Fire Auxiliary is a small organization but has done many things to help support the Volunteer Firemen. They had purchased a baby manikin for them, so they could use it when CPR was being taught by their members, and more recently they paid for the stove in the new fire house. The auxiliary gives one fund raising function during the year. and that is the Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner. They have been putting this on for several .years now, and we are again planning to put on the dinner again this year. At a recent meeting of the Fire Auxiliary these were the plans made in preparation for the dinner. Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner. to be held on Saturday. March 15, 1980 at the Citrus Fair Building, with serving starting at 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. A donation of $5 is being asked for each person. Tickets are available from any auxiliary member; namely Betty Mills. Dorothy Montoya. Carol Ojeda, Pattie Cavagnaro and Dana Gambetta. Shireley Murry our new president named the following committees at this meeting: Disaster. Dorothy Montoya, Social Betty Smalley. Financial, Betty Mills. Publicity, Pattie Cavagnaro and Dena Gambetta, and Membership, Mildredd Emmel. Be sure to mark your calendar right now for the Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner. March 15. 1980! 89 692O 17C J I TERRY Actn(tQ  WHmarth's Scandta Presents DINNERS FRIDAY b SATURDAY -- 5 PM TO 9 PM . SUNDAY -- 4 PM TO 9 PM . _. Featuring Call-In Orders for Fast Take-Out 894-2187 ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: Homemade Rolls, Bread, Soup, Salad We feature a vegetm-lan O'2ldotml Live Local Muslct selection each evening of * our new dinner schedule.  Phone about Our New * CATERING SERVICE Child's Plate for Ages 10 or under Homemade Ice A Vadety Scrumptuo-t I couPoN "1 This coupon entitles the family to FREE dessert with purchase of meals. -- EXPIRES MARCH 16. 1980 LV- ........................................ .:-: ............ ir .................... B Entre SeJeeUo= for the [ First Weekend of Each Month: I. 3/eu, York Swak. 2.. w,n ,a,,. ,Cqe,l,I ; ............. ..n ! New England BoHt,d Dmnt,r-t'orll('d bec[. (lbbogt'. cJrrols lu)lalo ....... $.25  3. Rool Turkt,i t. u'lh stt{{lmg. ffrol'lL potato, t.,qt, labh , crallb,rr'tt ..... 4.,$ 4. Baked Lasagnt, n'llh spinach and tnn.shr(,m; ................... 4.25 5. Spopht'tH tt'[th rI('CII S(Z|I('(' ..... 3.$0 , Child'. I lab" Hm'h.h.s milk] ........ 1.S0 IAQc II) or Imth'rl 7. Plea  a.k qmtr tt,atlro.'s oIwml oitr e:t'e,u,N .'.;pet  ' Entre Selections for the Second Weekend of Each Month I. Neu, York Sl,*.k .'.h ;mm. sour ('ream. tWtlt'lOblt' . .......... 0.25 9 2. Roast Becl: l,latO. P('oetabl'. yrot'll ............... 5.25 3. polalo, ffravq Roa.sl Pork. tweta%le ......................... 4.9$  4. Eggplant Parrot'san 3.,5 5. Spoghetti wilh Meat Souce ....... I.SO  6. Pleas(, ask o(lr ttRitr(,sS abot/f our Et,ening S[e'talf 7. Child's Plate Iint'hd,'s milk) I.S0 tAge 10 or underl $ $ g | $- $ $ $ $ $ All Orders Available TO GO For Your Con yen ience... Give The W(fe A Break-  q" .j, < lk"vcrages: ('ottcc . ............... 35 Ilol T('t. th'rb Teas, Htpclow . ....... 45 hx*d Tt'(I ........... .45 ftlk ...... 5m..40 Lg..$$ Jmt(' .... 5m..40 Lg..70 .'4olI /)rinks . Sm, .40 L.g..55 Winc. ..................... lk't,r ...................... i Entre Selections for the Third Weekem 1..%'t'tt" York Stc(tk. with potato (7t1 t'Cqt'litDh' ............ : "2. l'('I lhm iwlthl-o t'('l ol(l t't'ft*'labh' n'int sou( t'and st,n.t,d otwrriCe" .*] Iktk('ct tfczm. >;( ollop('d potatoeg : [''Fl('ttlbh' . .............. "  4. Curry Sprvmt,-t',.q(,iables Ill .%pit I I ({Irrlt N(ll/t('. 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