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Page 6 - Wednesday, April 9, 1980 ,, J j. .. j" Thou 'N Things By Nobody in Particular Geyservtlle Helping First the Geyserviile Student Body donated, in friendship, to the CHS Band fund and now, St. Mary's Guild is planning a "Salad Luncheon and Card Party" with all proceeds to be donated tO the Band. The luncheon will be held at the Parish Hall in Cloverdale at 1 p.m. on May 7, 1980. All are invited. For more information phone Gloria Stryker, 894-5759. IN PASSING A complete stranger, in passing, saw the sign at Mayor Domenichelli's office, walked in and gave a nice donation to the Band. We don't have an address but his name is Don Woodside. Also...another stranger, a lady attending a local meeting recently, gave a donation and refused to give her name. Aslo, Dena Gambetta's sister was visiting Cioverdale, and she too made a very substantial contribution. From Santa Rosa, Mrs. Win. J. Burke will be known by her maiden name, Mary Jane Sentich. Everyone is helping! The Miracle of Vienna is a "community" happening? According to Britannica, the word "community" means, among other things, "a sharing or participation." When our churches, schools, city service organizations and others work together for the com- mon good, there is nothing that cannot be achieved. Not too long ago, Mayor Domenichelli suggested, due to the energy situation, that Cloverdale might be wise to begin planning for more of its own amusements and family activities. If the suggestion was taken, the endless variety of talent and creativity for programs and projects, as photos on this page, the community would find itself with all of the necessary ingredients. The "quilting project" is symbolic of the Miracle of Vienna. It began with a design and each block and each stitch, no matter how small or insignificant, is necessary. Everyone helped, and now, the pieces are ready to be put together for the final masterpiece. Each project is important to the "Miracle of Vienna" and has its own special place Each project seems to blossom, bringing about new and different ideas and while one is evolving, another is developing. From a two paragraph telegram, to coverage in newspaper, radio and television, donations of time ad talents, money and projects, individuals and organizations, the com- munity of Volunteers has indeed created its own miracle by raising more than $50,000 in less than two months. And it is all hap- pening because a community believes and is willing to sacrifice for these beliefs. Everyone has reason to be proud of this tremendous CITRUS SQUARES The Citrus Squares donated $300 to the Vienna cause. Money came from the dance held in March and "caller" Vanya Leighton, Napa, generously donated her time, just to help the Band. PAT PAULSEN APRIL 12 Famous comedian and TV personality Pat Paulsen is doing a benefit for the Cloverdale High School Band in Cotati at "The Inn of the Beginning" on April 12, 1980. For those of you who read Gaye Le Baron's column in the Press Democrat (April 12) there was a misprint of the date of the benefit. The correct date is April 12, 1980. Gaye is doing an update and will correct the mistake before this ever gets to print, but I just wanted to be sure that you knew. Jane Paulsen and Neva Goodman will have approximately -100 tickets to sell in the Cloverdale area. Mr. Paulsen is -:Imtting on two shows that night so there might be just ,50 ' tickets available for each show. Remember the date, April 12, 1980. Phone 894-5617 after 6 p.m. Hurry ? Note: To those of you who missed Tom Sweeney's superb "' article on Mr. "C," in the Press Democrat, ask for the i March 31, 1980, edition. Also Gaye Le Baron's column on i April 12 had a nice feature article. ,: WIN A WILD PIG! ! ! Ken Whittaker is donating a "wild pig" for a raffle at Pick's Drive In. Owner of Pick's, Bernie, is a real go-getter and First Aid lecture and demonstration What if your child falls, hits his head, and is bleeding excessively? Or. if your child falls, immediately becomes unconscious and breathing stops? Will you hurt or help your child in the event of a serious accident or illness? THERE IS A RIGHT WAY ? If you have the glightest doubt, then you are invited to attend the First Aid Lecture and Demonstration. The guest speakers will be Donna and Dick Woodridge, First Aid instrustors. The program will consist of a bsic first air lecture, a practical demonstration, films and time for questions and answers. First aid is the immediate has been injured or has been suddenly taken ill. First aid knowledge and skill often'can mean the difference between life and death, temporary and permanent disability. The Wooldridges have both been active in first aid in our community. Both have worked on the ambulance; both have taught first aid classes. Donna is presently the National Security Chairperson for the American Legion Auxiliary in Cloverdale. This program is being presented by Jefferson School PTA It will be held on Thursday. April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose made more than $300 on that case of wine that Darrel care given to a person who room at Jefferson School. Petersen ! ::i tng!ogene.l etln.Ts, Ini* L .....  .*  . sayshealso touched on Wed.nitebowlingleaguers, " [ ...... =========-'=:-=-=:==-==:::========-==:::=:=:=.=) h i voriety of classes begin [ After two tries I hope r of events for t e band i will read, Fashion Flair raffles handmade macrame instead . . olaf han A : variety of late startxn men g . San Leandro couple donated a beautiful afghan  . _ - " g ey, search for the right" aprmg emester evenxn .which was auctioned last week. Frank and Alma Scale are . " g career, or sharpen your skills the very nice folks who just wanted to help" the Band. courses oegin in April at 'as a legal secretary. Or you ama Kosa Junior College. can sign up for a drug in- THi.RMAL POWER You can immerse yourself formation course, first aid, "In support of the CHS Band, Thermal Power Company is pleased to donate towards their trip to the in- : vitational band concert in Vienna, Austria. As one of the two pmneering companies in The Geysers operations, we are happy to support our local students in this great honor. Please imake sure this contribution is given to the Cloverdale Band and keep us informed as to the progress of their fund raising campaign." Yours very truly, Thermal Power Company Rebecca Beemer Note: Thermal Power is one of the five companies who recently contributed to the Vienna Fund. Our appreciation goes out to Rebecca Beemer of Thermal Power Co., Union Oil Co., Dresser Ind., Geothermal-Kinetics Inc. and'Magma Power CO. All of these companies are part of The C,ysers operations. Highway projects Continued from page I year, instead of the previously estimated 3.5 billion." Gianturco said the'process for distributing the unobligated balance among the states has not yet been determined. The options apparently include obligating to the states on a first come, first served basis, in which ease the $2 billion would be :gone by around May I. Another option would be to establish a monthly allotment for the remaining six months of the fiscal year based on each state's apportionment in the Federal budget and the amount it has obligated to date. "We think the remaining funds should be obligated on the basis of how much states have spent and what they expect to spend this year," Giantureo stated. "California's ap- portionment represents about 8 percent of total Federal highway apportionments," explained Gianturco. "If an apportionment formula is in the study of the detective novel or learn the secrets of microwave cooking. You can learn how to install pollution control systems in automobiles, learn how to type, or improve your English skills with the aid of tapes, slides and self-paced instruction in the new SRJC English Skills Laboratory. You can begin courses in April that teach you how to manage your time and advanced volleyball or ad- vanced basketball. Starting dates for these 8- week courses vary. For specific information on classes starting in April, visit or call the Evening College office in Bailey Hall, SRJC, 527-4441. The office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. California has already obligated about $285 million in Federal aid this fiscal year. Compared to other states, California ranks about average in terms of obligating Federal funds. "Our highway construction program is financed 80 to 90 percent Federally," Gian- turco said. "Obviously, if we have less Federal money, we will have to make ad- justments in our highway program." "'We have not yet deter- mined bow specific projects will be impacted," Gianturco continued. "However, I expect our first priorities for advertising projects will be rehabilitation, safety and completion of projects already under construction." Gianturco reiterated there has been no official word from Washington on the Federal budget cuts, but CalTrans is reporting what has been learned to date. "We are assessing the impact of the freeze on our you live in larger, wealthier communities, but per capita, Santa Rosa would have to raise $1,050,000 to equal what Cloverdale is doing." The battle is not yet over. These last days of fund raising will prove to be a great challenge to those committed to the Vienna trip. But there is no doubt, with everyone helping, that the "Miracle of Vienna" will come true. RES'i'AU RANT addi00io00 #o our r0000lular0000nu :pedals su00P00" v.u00s.- S:30-9:O0 TNURIK. Spaghetti uzi lffiRl." Shrimp Croquettes Oill.:'P SA'r:.-Barbeque Pork Kabobs SUN.- Chicken a la Kiev c lode00 edo00h Bread, goup or.C00 iad t 8 e v mq e. Bernie and Barbara Day, owners of Pick's Drive In, opened on their Thursday and donated $376192 from the day's receipts to the Cioverdale x- Terri Paine and Muriel Lumry setting up and preparing to work on the fabulous handmade quilt being donated to raise money for band fund, by the Green Thumb Garden Club. Fifty-six squares and each one depicting a different musical instrument or a musical note designed by Rudy Pflug. Green Thumb Garden CI b rki u wo ng on qui for Band fund -It The Green Thumb Garden are sure it will take at least Club is working on a another month to complete. b e a u t i f u I 1 y h a n d - Tickets will be available to embroidered quilt to be sell by all members of the raffled for the benefit of the Club and it will be on display Cloverdale High School at theTown andCountry Shop Vienna Band trip. when it is finished. Each square of the quilt has a band instrument delicately embroidered on it, each done by a member of the club. Twenty-five members are working on the quilt which has now taken over one month The ladies say they used, California could expect advertising schedule and we /# 00' Dl,q at 't #//4C to receive about $160 million are considering options to in Federal highway aid for minimize the impact of,-, AT TNE NISTORJC OPOT NOIL, CLOVI[RDALE _ theremainderofthisyear, Federal budget cuts on00_ 18LOCKEASTOFTNECITRISFAIRSI= instead of the $325 million transportation in California." previously anticipated, concluded Gianturco. The Green Thumb Garden Club has already pledged $,500, which has been paid. when the money from their planned card parties and raffle come in all proceeds over that amount will also go to the Band fund. el Gladys Ernckson and Anita York of th Garden Club are the sales girls who ,,,,ill be this beautiful, live tree at the Flea Market grounds on April 12. 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