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March 13, 1991

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March 13. 1991 Cloverdale Reveille Pape 3 Distribution of surplus foods will resume this month There will be a distribution of USDA Surplus Foods this month: ' Thurs., March 21st, from 1 to4p.m. :,: at the Citrus Fair Building. Go : around in back, by way of the .... Washington Street gate. This program is for low-income households. Income limits will be posted. The limit depends on the size of the household. All kinds of income, for all members of the household, is counted. If you are new to this program, we must have name and address, social security number and total income per month. We will also need names of all people in your household. For information, please call (31o- verdale Family Service at 894-2864, 894-3137 or 894-3420. Contributed by Elise Black Applications now available for 1991 ARTrails participation The Cultural Arts Council of Son- oma County is inviting Sonoma County artists to apply for the 1991 jurying for ARTrails participation. The ARTrails program includes two weekends of self-guided tours in October as well as a year-round studio guide map. Professional artists represented on the current map provide a variety of original work including ceramics, drawings, glass, jewelry, mixed media, paintings, photogra- phy, prints, sculpture, tools, wear- able arts and wall hangings. Deadline for applications, includ- ing 10recent slides, is May 10, 1991. For an application and guidelines, send a self addressed, stamped envelope to the Cultural Arts Coun- cil of Sonoma County, P. O. Box 7400, Santa Rosa, CA 95407, atten- don: ARTrails, or call 569-ARTS for additional information. c King of Cloverdale? backyard on N. Washington SL smells a little like Gilroy, which, as everyone knows, is the Garlic Capital of the World. of his crop, which consists of  different , Yugoslavian and Sicilian Red. He brought all of the with him from Sicily. he had a bigger garden and harvested about 125 pounds of be expects to harvest only about 75 pounds. to cook - pesto is on6 of his specialities! He says he will keep the harvested garlic for himself and to share with his rest he will sell to an organic food store in Santa Rosa. crossing guard, Joe says the job fits his schedule perfectly. time to visit with the kids - and plenty of time to tend his )! \\; 4th Annual Free flowering dogwood trees offered by Arbor Day Foundation DINNER AUCTION Saturday, March 16, 1991 Citrus Fair Main Building Chicken Teriyaki Dinner 5 p.m. Auction to follow $10 Adults $5 Children (under 12) Radm$11acK sroR00e On-Screen Programming VCR 1-Year/6.Even t = tg-Ch. Cal- 1"un Save s40 CO Player With Remote Stonm 16 Selections for Ptwm  Am/Seq.e.ce #42-5015 AMIFM Stereo Car Cassette LAmo-FNnm =   Drive "Alone"? Mobile CB Radio Slim'SO Dual-Tone Radar Oetector AMIFM 5V4" 3-Way e Car Speakers '30 Cut ,  7,P.+ Spo4= All T'ypes oi Radar #'a2.te ta-N)47 5t/4 *  r12-1711 PLUS .s N. Cloverdale Blvd. ,w, s.,... 894-2695 Ten free white flowering dog- wood trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor .Day Foundation during March, 1991. The free trees are part of the nonprofit foundation's Trees for America campaign. "The white flowering dogwoods will add year-round beauty to your home and neighborhood," said John Rosenow, the Foundation's executive director. "Dogwoods have showy spring flowers, scarlet autum foliage, and red berries which attract songbirds all winter. The trees will be shipped post- paid at the right time for planting between now and May 31 with enclosed planting instructions. The six to twelve inch trees are guar- anteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. To become a member of the Foun- dation and to receive the free trees, send a $10 membership contribution to TEN DOGWOODS, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by March 31, 1991. Bev Hansen has new office address Assemblywoman Bev Hansen's Santa Rosa office has relocated from Santa Rosa Avenue to "D" Street. Her new address is: 0 "D" Street Suite 302 3an,a Rosa, CA 95404 CHILD CARE PROVIDED $1 per child or FREE  Safeway Receipt CRJ[ATING NEW STANDARDS m[gAIL[ OUALrrY C,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 1500 engineers and techmctans develop, evaluate and trat to ola exacling standards Nobody Compares PROMPT IERVICE 7000 drop-off points natlonwde insure deper'able  to your satisfaction Over 1,000,000 spare parts mocked. We what we sefl s__m__ .so Compact Scanner Save =30 Cltch tt 'tiOnl zrs P, File, Flail, MOfl0 t20-128 Speed-Diling Phone Save =40 79ss. AuSet Secudty Co #43-558 Tor, eO,, AM/FM Clock Radio With Dual Aim Iwe 38 124S78 ',-, Most Maim' (totaW  . you  tUl  s4es nmur CJt Cu'ds Budding Artists Jose Orozco and An&ca Vargas proudly show off their work which will be on display all day Thursday, March 14 (weather permitting) during Jefferson School's First Annual Art Show. Originally scheduled for last week, the show had to be postponed due to weather (the pictures will be displayed outside). Little League tryouts Saturday Little Leasue tryouts for young- stets 8-12 years old will be held this Saturday, March 16, beginning at 9 a.m. Tryouts for 8 year olds will be at 9 a.m. at the high school baseball field. Tryouts for I 1 & 12 year olds will be at Daly Field at 9 a.m., while tryouts for l0 year olds will be at 10 a.m., also at Daly Field. All players are asked to bring a mitt. A second tryout series will be either Dr. Spenst or Dr. Van der held at the same times and places Weken, call their office direcdy. for the same ages the following +, +D[.Sll,Csjmmber is 894-4229. Saturday, March 23. Dr. Van der Weken's number is All ages are as of August I, 1991. 894-3331. Physical exams must be com- pleted by March 23 for all players. Results can be turned in either March 16 or March 23. Dr. Yaeger, Dr. Spenst and Dr. Van der Wekea are all volunteer- ing their services to conduct these exams. There is no charge. Dr. Yaeger has set aside the morning of March 16 from 9 a.m. to Noon ONLY to conduct these exams. His number is 894-3387. To schedule an appointment with Thru 31st SAVE $30 KENMORE SELF- CLEANING GAS RANGE $16 MONTHLY" MR73401 SAVE $30 KENMORE SELF-CLEANING ELECTRIC RANGE $449.99 s4 MONTHLY" M.,8,, only SAVE $20 3.LEVEL DISHWASHER WITH SAVE $35 POTSCRUBBER FEATURE 18.2 CU. FT. FROSTLESS REFRIGERATOR 1,49.1J $]2 MONTHLY* $599.99 $17 MONTHLY* KENMORE EXTRA-LARGE CAPACITY WASHER AND DRYER NLY $15 MON.THLY' / for the pair  // SAVE $50 SAVE $80 ON THE PAIRt+J+J MT$ PF28701  /PF6/7870"I ((CSTEREO') , kf/4-temperature  z-spee,  ../"electric dryer R ycue w( .', // ,M M '''''' - 9 SUPER BUY! _ // Was $34 , .99 Was $439.99 J/ $12 MONTHLY* 20 GE COLOR TV $13 MONTHLY* Natural gas $40 higher O9.I]P$12 MONTHLY* LG38023 CRAFTSMAN EAGER I 3.5-H.P. MOWER WITH 20-INCH CUT $169.97 $10 MONTHLY* MR89333 KENMORE 1.0-CU. FT. 650-w. MICROWAVE $168.1NIsm MONTHLY" "On SeorsCharge (or SeartChorge PLUS credit p)an--ovoilobte on most purchases totaling $699.99 or more). Actual poyments depend on existing account balance. Shipping included to store. Electric dryer requires cord. Applionces ore white; colors extra. +1131 E. First SL 894-5281 NTER Most ITEMS IN-STOCK for immediate &l'm  ms sho,,,n am rmdily a,,labb as ,-tit. ,F no* on day FI, i.s ore .pl,/ordo,l. 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