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Page 4 - Wednesday, April 9, ]980 Community Lif Chamber Chatter I[ | IIIII II I By VIVIAN WEER WEATHER TODAY: "Bunnygone" or "Egg Shell"...And didja' have a Happy Easter? Things just aren't the same around the scatter with the boys all grown out of being "Bunny-Believers." Oh they played along for much longer than most...iike past 12 years. They knew a good thing when they saw it, and if Morn wanted to get up at 6 a.m. and wander around the backyard in the tule fog hiding those colored eggs, it was just fine with them. They didn't even bother telling the youngest brother that there was no Easter Bunny or Santa Claus because it might threaten their share of the goodies. "Keep a tight lip" was the motto. Now, the tooth fairy was another matter. Jealousy raised her head. I read somewhere that fibbing to a child ruins their little psyches. Heaven forbid ! I also heard that Easter Egg Dye causes cancer in mice. I wonder how they found that out... Can't you just see the Mama Mouse hiding microscopic eggs around the mouse hole, and setting teeny weeny chocolate bunnys on a miniature door step? Then Zilch! Well, everyone has to "dye" sometime... BAND-O-RAMA: If you didn't read Cecil Smith's Golf Notes last week, ya gotta'. I still don't understand all the details about the "Hole-ln-One" Benefit for the Band to be held during the Red Carpet Tourney on April 13 and 20, but I did learn that you can't shoot for a birdie on the Healdsburg course this month because all the birdies are nesting. All I can suggest is that you just putt or drive down there on one of the above dates and see for yourself DRUM ROLLS: For all of you who couldn't get to the Spaghetti and Raviolis dinner last time because the tickets were all sold out, another band benefit dinner will be held on April 19, and as a bonus, the Brass Choir from Chico University will play as well as the Cloverdale Band The same good cooks are preparing the feed, so go and enjoy your own support!... But get your tickets early. The Santa Rosa Baroque Ensemble. Jim and Jacqueline Flowers. Mary and Philip Beard in 18th century dress as they ill appear in concert at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church on Sunday, April :|I, at 3:30 p.m. ( Keith Lorraine not shown. ) MORE GOOD "TASTE": Perhaps you have already heard about the classy event being put on by the Band Boosters April 25. It's entitled "A Very Special Evening" saluting "The Miracle of Vienna," and will be dedicated to Mr. "C." This will include a Wine Tasting by Souverain, a piano concert by Cheryl Back and a Ballet directed by Robert Renan all bun- tiled up in one great evening of entertainment. The doin's will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Citrus Fair and Exhibit Hall. The donation is $8 per and tickets may be reserved by Chamber Chatter (call 894-2862 or 894-5317) or Red Carpet Realty (894- 4211). This will be quite a cultural "Wing Ding" in the little town that said "I could." Be there! Comprehensive proposal Continued from page 2 taxpayers. "In many parts of our state, water resoues have been abused for the benefit of a few at the expense of the total community," Kahn said. "This can be avoided in Sonoma County by strict adherence to our General Plan, adopted after years of work by concerned citizens. Wise use of water resources in concert with the Plan is critical if we are to retain our County's agricultural economy and rural at- mosphere." TIlE NUMBER YOU HAVE DIALED: Well, here we go again. Run (don't walk) to your nearest new phone book and turn to page 6. There you will find that Vernie Coon has Albert Cooper's phone number. This of course is a lie. Vernie's number is 894-2629. I presume Albert is getting all her calls. Also, Ed's TV didn't call about an ad this year, but wants you to know he is alive and well at 894-3158...and he has moved. He's not on the hill anymore. You can find him in the Boucher complex of businesses at 5,55 So. Cloverdale Blvd. (where Sonoma Burl is located.) EGGS-ILLERATING EGGS-PERIENCE: By the time you read this, our own Cloverdale Lions Club will have laid thousands of Easter eggs around Jefferson School. These eggs have all been colored and supplied by the Lions who do so much for the Cloverdale Community. The event brings smiles to many little faces each year and sometimes I don't think we realize what a great job the organization does year in and year out for our community. A spring bouquet to a very deserving club! TillS LITTLE PIGGY didn't go to market, but ends up helping the band. I went to Pick's Drive In last week on Thursday when all the proceeds were going to the fund. I ordered my old reliable cheeseburger to go, and Bernie sold me three chances on a wild pig which he assures me is all wrapped ready to freeze. Now I don't even need a tame pig, let alone one that goes to all night partys...but for the good of the cause, what the heck. If Chamber Chatter wins, you're invited to the Lou-owwww. EXIT: If Bernie had 100 pigs and 100 deer, do you know how much he'd be worth ? (Answer:) 200 sows 9 bucks. 200 sows & bucks.  Free films at the library "The Making of STAR WARS" and "Hardware Wars" will be shown on Family Film Night at the library April 10 at 7 p.m. "The Making of STAR WARS" features behind-the- scenes looks at the actors, production and special ef- fects of this popular movie. "Hardware Wars" is a humorous spoof of Star Wars. All ages are invited to attend the program which is free of charge. After school special The library is presenting an after-school special program for children on April 14 at 3:30 p.m. in honor of National Library Week. Featured will be songs, stories and three short films: "Sneetches"--a Dr. Seuss delight "The Frog Prince"--the classic fairy tale "I know an old lady who awallowed a fly"--the rousing folk song Please call the library at 894-5271 for more in- formation. Woman's Improvement Club to meet The Woman's Im- provement Club of Clover- dale will have another benefit card party on April 21, 1980, starting at 1 p,m, in the Masonic Temple. As before the cost per player will be $2.50 with all proceeds going to The Vierma trip band fund Enjoy an aflernoon of playing cards and help the band. Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Both, cars and trucks... $24 s0 For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 too. guarantee. Ask about arices on rebuilt starters and alternators Gerdes Auto wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-2186 Is the High Cost of Cooling Becoming UnBEARable? Beat the Heat with , Transparent Mylar Window Shades Keeps Rooms More Than 15 Degrees Cooler! 36"x48"' Window Enioy the VIEW... Just Stop Heat, Glare and Fading of s21.50 Furniture and Carpets. See Them Now at ,,,,,o, Extra) CAi3elNET a LINOLEUM 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2334 Santa Rosa Baroque Ensem perform April T3 to benefit Honoring the Cloverdale High School Band's trip to the music capital of the world, the Santa Rosa Baroque Ensemble will perform at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church on Sunday, April 13, at 3:30 p.m. playing tSth century music on handmade period instruments in authentic costume. The public is invited to the musical where a free-will offering will be taken for the benefit of the Band's trip. Seating is limited, so first to arrive will be the first to find seats. own, assisted by his wife. "We play music from the Baroque and Rococo periods," Flowers con- tinued,"court music, field music (after the hung, etc.), dance music, of course, but all very elegant and en- tertaining." Both Mary and Philip Beard are Stanford graduates. She teaches voice and harpsichord, Beard is a Professor of German at Sonoma State. He is also a fine mechanic specializing in reeds. Alfa Romeo cars. Jacqueline Some Flowers teaches modern and are Baroque flute and paints harpsichord soundboards in collector 18th century style. Jim madeo fi makes reproduction harp- such as sichords and is a 15 year rosewood- veteran of the California The Highway Patrol. Keith Bar Irraine teaches bassoon and a rare is a consultant for several European firms making isproudb early instruments. He is an the authority on early instrument Band. Jim and Jacqueline Flowers, Mary and Philip Beard and Keith Lorraine comprise the Ensemble which has performed in Northern California since 1971. They have studied with internationally known music masters such as Dr. George Houle and Michael Piguet and last summer studied in Bath, England. "Our costumes," said Jim Flowers, "were designed by Linda Magarian at the Sonoma State University Theatre Arts Department." The Beards made their own period apparel and the Flowers' were made by Yvonne Merrill. Keith .Lorraine constructed his Read 'Em And Visit our extensive gardening book "I'he More You Know, The More They Santa Rosa Itom'd ! Open 7 Days & Week Nights 526-3536 Open 7 Da 2324 LaSan Dr, ntgomer Village 6)05 Commece Sh We sbipanywhete. Phone order You're invited to Ed's TV Great Savings GR/A00NI D Throughout Cookies the Store!! All Oi00/E INi I! INI G I1!, Sat. 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