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Page 4 - Wednesday, April 2, 1980 Communi Life Chamber Chatter I By VIVIAN WEER WEATHER TODAY: "Picking Up" And our Board of Directors would like you to know that the following businesses are listed on our membership roster as new members who didn't belong last year. Salute to: Briarwood Estates, The Cloverdale Bakery, Cloverdale Cabinet & Linoleum, Cloverdale Coffee Shop, Womens Improvement Club, D & M Auto Center, Armand Eliggi Insurance, Joe's Place... (huff- puff). Russ Kinsey Construction Co., Knit-Wits, Lorraine's Florist, Jo Morse, Pardini's Body Shop, Penny Fair Market, Peterson's T.V, Pizza Queen, Red Carpet Realty, Sear's Authorized Catalog Sales, Styles Unlimited and Wine Country Realty & Development Co. (DEEP) BREATH): This brings a total )f 115 businesses investing in the Chamber this year, and we are proud of you one and all. We might also mention here that the return on the vote for the Board of Directors has been very good this year, and hopefully this is because the organization has sparked more interest of late. I DUNNIT: If you read Chamber Chatter last week, you probably noticed that she spelled "Consul" wrong. I did it all by myself without any help from the Reveille. The reason probably was that I was working on a story about the City Council and had also counseled a kid that week. Jeepers, I didn't even receive a "Consolation Prize". De you ever wake up in the middle of the night and think about things like this? CLOVERDALE0 B.C. OR BUST, DEPT.: Just erase everything Chamber Chatter has written about the Canadian Trip. Its all changed. Thanks to our Travel Agent, Louise of Sheehan, we have just saved $41 apiece because of a special rate Western Airlines has just offered. The round-trip price of the ticket is now $136.66 departing S.F. Friday May 16th at 12:20 p.m. and arriving Vancouver at 2:25 p.m. The return flight leaves Vancouver Man. May 19th at 11:25 a.m. arr. S.F. at 2:15 p.m. If you are interested in making this fantastic weekend, the deadline was yesterday, so walk backwards to your telephone and don't call mee...call Chairman Pat Rose at 894-5585 or Sheehan Travel at 894-2936 and talk fast. 23 folks have al- "" confirmed for the airplane and ten are motor-homing up me coast, arriving in time for all of the events planned. MORE PHONY NEWS: Cecil Astell tells me she is alive and well living at 428 No. Washington even if she was left out of the phone book. Her number is 894-2796 so jot it... Also we learned from Mrs. Schaffer that there no longer is a Landmark Missionary Baptist Church as listed in the new book so scratch that. Along with President Carter, Mayor Jack Domenichelli has proclaimed April as "Cancer Crusade Month." lie is shown with Stella Planck, chairman, and Jan Sciaini, co-chairman of Cloverdale's Cancer Society Crusade. Photo by Janice. Cancer Crusade volunteers Stella Planck, Chairman of Cloverdale's Annual American Cancer Society Crusade, is happy to an- nounce that this year's co- chairman is Jan Sciaini, who will canvass the business and industrial area of Cloverdale. Along with President Carter, Mayor Jack Domenichelli has proclaimed April as "Cancer Crusade Month" and volunteers have already begun their work to do their part in conducting a suc- cessful crusade. Planck, President of the Women's Improvement Club, has enlisted several willing members of the Club and friends, to serve as neigh- borhood canvassers, but urges anyone else who would like to help in this vital campaign, to call her. If a person is able to call only on neighbors and leave the necessary information, he or she would be most helpful. In just about every survey Americans list health as one of their major concerns. Of these concerns, cancer is number one. Each person has a chance to do something about cancer and to help with the American Cancer Society's three-fold program: to fight cancer by providing funds to conduct research for education, to create" public awareness of what each of us can do now to protect our- selves from cancer; and for service and rehabilitation. To help cancer patients with transportation, sickroom equipment, counseling, and other services. There is no doubt that more than 2,000,000 Americans are alive today, cured of cancer because of improvements in treatment and awareness of cancer's early warning signs. A leaflet describing these signs will be distributed by local volunteers when they come to call. They ask that residents and merchants please welcome them, donate what you can, and read the information they will leave. With your cooperation they say they can make this another successful Crusade for Cloverdale. MORE BAND AIDS: Do you realize those kids at Washington School have sold $1250. worth of magazine sub- scriptions to help the Band? Also heard that the Cloverdale Lions Club put in a thou. this week...And someone even took up a collection on the mountain where Union Oil and several Drillers are helping the band. Oboe-oh boy! Flash...there is another event that may not be on your calendar and it's called the Red Carpet Tournament because Rich Pellegrini sponsors it, see. It is a-hole-in-one contest to be held at the Healdsburg course on April 13 and then again on April 20. But please call Pellegrini or Tom Montoya about the details because it is too complicated for me today. All I know is that the fantastic prizes have all been donated, so the dollar a shot goes to the band free and clear. EXIT: It's been a hectic week and I promised myself I was not going to write another word this month...but I just had to tell you...I think my cat is pregnant... VFW enjoys birthday party at the Encore Members of Ray Zitfleman special guest, Joan Trimble bers who missed the lun- Auxiliary 9268, Veterans of of Trickswith Knits, drew the cheon, the Auxiliary says Foreign Wars held their lucky ticket stub. The happy they need your attendance at birthday party at the Encore. winner was Donna the meetings. There are so The small, congenial group Buchignani. She is a member many good causes to work for enjoyed the combination of and past secretary of our they stated, and they need good food and friends. Mter unit. your participation. They ask leisurely dining, preparation your help in order for the wasmade toname the winner To all who made a donation veterans to retain their of the quilt. A stir of an- and heldtickets, V.F.W. says, rights. tieipation was felt as our "thank you". To the mere- Bonnie Babcock and Hanford Rice united in marriage Bonnie Luella Babcock pink and white dress. Bob College, Santa Cruz. He is became the bride of Hanford Hunter of Cloverdale, employed as a custodian and Craig Rice on Saturday, husband of the groom's sister, substitute teacher at March 15, 1980, at the Neigh- Sharon, was the usher. Washington School for the borhood Church in Clover- Immediately following the Cioverdale School District. dale. wedding a reception was held He was born in Hallettsville, The wedding was a formal in the Church's reception Texas, but has lived in single ring occasion with holy hall. The pastel-flowered, Cloverdale for the last 7 communion taken by the three-tiered wedding cake years. bride and groom as part of was decorated with two the ceremony. Roy. Lenard kissing angels on top. The couple attend the Griffis from the Graton The bride is a graduate of Graton Assembly of God Assembly of God Church Cloverdale High School and Church on a regular basis. officiated at the wedding, attended Santa Rosa Junior Craig serves as an assistant Robert Blankenbaker was the College. She is employed as a Sunday School Superin- organist, secretary at Washington ,tendant, Youth activities The bride wore a full length School for the Cloverdale director, Royal Rangers dress of off-white polyester School District. She was born leader, and founder of the satin with gallon lace sleeves in Ashland, Oregon, and has Maranatha Gospel Bottle and border, which she made resided with her parents for Crusade. Bonnie often sings herself. The groom and best the last 17 years in Clover- as a soloist at church. man wore light blue tuxedos dale. The newlyweds drove up with black velvet trine. Brad The groom is a graduate of the coast on a scenic Hwy I on Rice of Napa, brother of Healdsburg High School, has their honeymoon and reisde Craig Rice, was the best man. an AA degree in Forestry in Cloverdale. Their parents His wife, Joyce (Berry)Rice from Santa Rosa Junior are Mr. & Mrs. Elmin . was the matron of honor. She College, and a BS degree in Babcock and Mr. & Mrs. was dressed in a full length Bible from Bethany Bible Hanford M. Rice, Cloverdale. Flea market set for April 12th A flea market sponsored by arts and crafts, basketworks, the Cloverdale Historical books, ceramics, collectibles, Society will be held on April glassware, household goods, 12 at the Citrus Fairgrounds and jewelry. Admission is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. free. The market will offer a Snacks will be available large variety of merchandise during the day. For in- which will include antiques, formation, call 894-3495. "Humanity may be likened to a tree. This tree has branches, leaves, buds and fruit. Think of all men as being flowers, leaves , or buds of this tree. and try to  help each and all to realize and enjoy God's blessings. God neglects none: He loves all. The only real difference that exists be- tween people is that they are at various stages of development...." -Abdu'l-Baha (Sponsored by the 13aha'is of Cloverdale - 894-41 72) Gerald Thompson at retirement party Approximately 60 friends and relatives gathered at Papa John's Restaurant on Wednesday, March 26 to honor Gerald "Jerry" Thompson who retired as Supervisor of Transportation of the Cloverdale Unified School District, after having driven the school bus for 12 years. Thompson, who lived in the State of Washington most of his life where he was in private business came to Cloverdale 13 years ago with his wife Alma and went to work for the School District. "It was an exciting ex- perience something dif- ferent every day," said Thompson, who will be 61 years of age on the 5th of April. The teachers and other employees of the Cloverdale Unified District, who hosted the party, presented Thompson with a beautiful redwood lounge chair as a going away gift. "I'll put it on my new deck. It'll be just right there," he told the group. Thompson doesn't intend to reti/re from working - just from his bus driving job. He'll be going to work for a contractor at the Geysers. . I Pat Paulsen to do benefit for Band Famous comedian, Pat Paulsen, is doing a benefit for the Cloverdale High School Band, one of only two in the United States to go to Vienna, Austria, July 1980. The Band will "compete" with other High School Bands from around the world at the Ninth International Youth and Music Festival in Vienna, the Music Capitol of the world. Mr. Paulsen wanted to help in some way and said, "This is something I can do. It is a great opportunity for the kids !" The benefit will be held at "The Inn of the Beginning" in downtown Cotati on April 12, 1980. Tickets will be available at the Inn and in the Cloverdale area, please phone 894-5617 after 6 p.m. Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTai Both, cars and trucKS $24" For most types, 6 and 12 Exchange and tax 2nd's too. guarantee. Ask about m-ices on starters and Gordos Auto 1000 Gerdes Lane b Is the Hi( of Cooling UnBEARa Beat the with Transparent Window * Keeps Rooms More Than 15 Degrees Cooler! Enjoy the VIEW... Stop Heat, Glare and Fading of Furniture and Carpets, See Them Now a! Cloverdale CABINET & LIN 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. AT THE LUM 1 Now under NEW OWNERSHIP MAP  NEW J-J A T THE MILL Rood to ." 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