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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA ,0, WEDNESDAY, April 8, 2009 -- Page 9 Trivia test: ( omin,g Events: • Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents ::"Spring Forward" fea- turing weaving by Phil Collins: This beautiful Showing is sched= uled through May31. Gallery hours are Wednesday: Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and istocated at 105 E. First St: • Cloverdale High School will host its 11th Annual iCom- bined Concert with Healdsburg High School on Wednesday, April 8, 7 p.m. inthe Citrus Fair Auditorium. Admission is free. - Cloverdale Lions Club Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday; April 111, 10 a.m. at Jefferson Elemehti School. • Real Flicks, Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents "Waltz with Bashir," Monday and Tuesday April 13 &amp; 14, 7 p,m, at Clover Cinema. Boys & Girls Club of Cloverdale presents the "Cutest Dang Senior Prom Ever," Saturday April 18, 7:30 p,m, to midnigiht. Tickets are $25 and includes appetizers: Proceeds to benefit the Club. • iWalk Cloverdale registration, Saturday, April25, 9 a.m. to noon at the Alexander Valley: Regionat Medical Center,  6 Tarman Dr. Help Cloverdale lose two tons! • GreenThumb Garden Club's annual plant sale will be Sat- urday, April 25 in the downtown Plaza. Sale starts at 9 a.m. and usually ends at 2 p.m. • Real Flicks, Cloverdale Arts AllianCe presents "Two Lov= ers," Monday and Tuesday April 27: & 28, 17 p.m. at Clover Cinema , May Day Festival, Sunday, May 3, noon to :4 p.m. at Geyser Peak Picnic Grounds in Geyserville.Event includes rock cliimb- ing wall, face painting, jump room, rib cook-off, Traditional May Pole Dance and more. Admission is free. Healdsburg Community Band to present: its 20th annual Sousa Concert, Sunday, May 3, 3: p.m.:at Jackson Theater, 4400 Day School Place, Santa RoSa: For more information and tickets call 433-3413. The Spats :f00l/ -I  '. ',-.'_- ',,€ ]1 i f/lYwtFI A '" ] by Jeff Pickering By Fifi Rodriguez 1. U.S. STATES: What time zone is the state of Oklahoma in? 2. LANGUAGE: What day of the week was named after the Roman god Jupiter? 3. SCIENCE: What does the sym- bol "c" stand for in physics? 4. LITERATURE: In which Shakespearean play does the char- acter named Bianca appear? 5 TELEVISION: Which TV drama was introduced weekly with a voiceover that described the main character as "falsely convicted for the murder of his wife." 6. THEATER: Who wrote the play "Seascape"? 7. GAMES: What is the length of a standard tennis court? 8. HISTORY: In what year did Yuri Gagarin become the first hu- man to orbit the Earth? 9. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What does the Fujita Scale measure? 10. ETIQUETTE: When is it ap- propriate to fly the U.S. flag upside down? Answers: 1. Central 2. Thursday (Dies Jovis or Jupiter) 3. Speed of light 4. Bianca is the younger sister of Katherine in "The Taming of the Shrew." 5. "The Fugitive" 6. Edward Albee 7. 78 feet 8. 1961 9. Tornado intensity 10. When you are in dis- tress, it is a sign for "help!" (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. Crossword answers: I s s CHO OA N E-5- III E A D GO0 A N E llI OLD VE N A!T A Spring 1963 students in 7rs[ grade at Jefferson The Spring 1963 students in first grade at Jeffer- son Elementary School look like a happy bunch of kids. The class was taught by Mrs. Cushman, for many years it appeals,based on the number of photographs we e,Of iler:h her students. Mr. Mario Miche:!e:::::pdncial. i; U::i :: :::i: " " ,,:,:, The Jefferson Elementary School First Grade class in 1958 pictured with Mrs. Cushman. Photos provided by the Cloverdale Historical Society, 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. BUSINESSES & SERVICES rdenworks Inc. 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CA 95425 Strange but true: By Samantha Weaver • It was author Michael Pollan who made the fol- lowing sage observation: "A lawn is nature under totalitarian rule." I bet you didn't know there's a word specifi- cally used to refer to the space between your eyebrows. Yep: It's called the "ophryon." It's not clear exactly why, but the united States' first first lady, Martha Washington, burned all the letters that President George Washington sent to her. And President Warren G. Harding's widow, Florence Harding, burned nearly all of his papers after his death. Cracked Corn Many thanks to Ken for writing to remind me that cracked corn is a mourning dove favorite. Ken has had much success using cracked corn, and feeds more than 23 doves a da}< hs nice to know people want doves in their yard. They are a peaceful bird to have around. E-maih bh'di.gbits@cfl.m:com r20o9 King Features Synicale, Inc • If you're a runner -- and a compulsive counter -- you might already be aware of the fact that the average person's feet hit the ground approximate- ly 800 times per mile when running. • A man who worked as a blacksmith in a small Russian village found What he was told was a dummy cannon shell that had been used for train- ing purposes, and he decided it would make a great anvil. Unfortunately, it turns out that the shell wasn't a dummy after all; it exploded, kill- ing the blacksmith -- but not until after he'd been using it for 10 years. * Those who study such things say that famed Ger- man composer Ludwig von Beethoven was a cof- fee drinker who was very picky about his java. Evidently, exactly 60 coffee beans had to be ground for each cup -- and he would insist on having them counted out every time. • The next time you're tempted to whip out the plastic to make a purchase, you might want to consider this little factoid: The average American spends 20 percent to 30 percent more when using a credit card than when paying with cash. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. BY HENRY BOLTINOFF # Find at least six differences in details between panels. : - =-  .... 'someg oJOW eJe eJaLIl '9 'pas!eJ uaaq seq u6!£ '£ a6peq seq lal uo ueweJ!:l l, "Ou!ss!uJ eJe Sel)lanq ]coo 8 "Ja6UOl s! aSOH  )Pelq eJe 1coo uo sadj;S "l :saouaJa!(3 SIJPPORIlNG OIIR LOCAL BIISINESSES WILL HELP OIIR COMMUNITY GROW & PROSPER!