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/ ' Coppo and Norma Hixonhave been Rummage Sale being held aH i : ,y, . > this week through Saturday. Photo by Janlce. tolini, Assistant District recently honored at reception Bei]of candidate for Municipal Gary Court Judge, Dept. 3, an- for' nounced his strong support of for Assemblywoman Carol reception Hailett's petition to place on there, the November ballot an initiative measure that will ini, provide for the election of Supreme Court Justices, holding our highest court accountable to the voters. Antolini said "too often ap- pellate judges impose their own prejudicial views and ignore the existin4g laws and desires of the legislature and the constitution". The initiative would further require politically appointed judges to be confirmed by the Senate as a safeguard against judgeship becoming political patronage positions ltaded to cronies. nita Manor Musings in at McEntee wore a plaid shirt, made of cotton. It may have been a little large but it did look very comfortable. The clothing that was worn by our models, were provided by June McKay, Sales Con- sultant from Spec-L, Inc. of Stockton. We would like to thank Mary Shiply for providing the musical accompaniment. Also our thanks to the members of the Mansanita Manor Volunteer Auxiliary for their help in the decorations and the serving of refreshments. This month's birthday party was held April 8, 1980. We honored 5 residents this month, the youngest was Claire MeGowan at 74 years young and Florence Wells the oldest at 5 years young. We wish them all a Happy Bir- thday. American Legion Auxlllary00sponsors*000000000000 ta Cole- Rectal demonstration of . and More than 100,000 new cases of color-rectal cancer very (colon and rectum) are spring diagnosed each year...the and same number as lung cancer. King Ms. Almost two out of three in the patients can be saved ff the odeling disease is found early and treated promptly. a night (to say When the cola-rectal very cancer is treated early it is regarded as highly curable. The American Legion Auxiliary, William RmmeH Ledford Unit 293 is spon- soring this program for the first time in Cloverdale. Anyone 40 years and older is invited to come to the Veterans Memorial Building on Thrusday, April 24th between the hours of 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. A simple test kit will be distributed, free of charge. The test is done in the privacy of your own home. Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital will donate its lab services tr .our community for the proje. The kits will be mailed to the hospital by you.  Memorial Hospital laboratory will analyze the specimens and advise you of the results. Remember the date, for your health's sake, Thursday, April 24th, Veterans Memorial Building 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. wners Advisor on the on estate office? ANSWER: Effective advertising involves more than placing an ad in the newspaper. Sometimes it actually may not work to your advantage to have your home advertised con- tinuously. Further, it is well known among real estate agents that a buyer rarely purchases the home whose ad he rwst inquired about. Thus, when a real estate agent plans an advertising campaign, he often depends on interest in the ad for one property to generate sales for other properties. A good agent makes it his business to know how best to attract buyers. It is usually best to rely on your agent's expertise, and leave the advertising strategy up to him. !ram and =affa crisis Youth =n this Drs wanted for telephone hotline is personai or family crisis, and Youth Consultation Ser- may be made to be used n- discussion of how volunteers vices is organized under the specifically for the hotline .rn can respond helpfully to umbrella of Episcopal service. '= them. Anyone wishing to Community Services of the That such a service is vital =au volunteer may do so as an Diocese of Northern to North Sonatas County can individual or through his or California whose be seen in a brief review of to ta, Ad- en Were m. to m the .re. to2 an in- Will lUlated likely in her organization. Names may be given to any member of the Advisory Board. The Board is a group of North Sonoma County men and women who are educators, family service professionals or members experienced in community service. Their aim is to answer calls for help with crisis counseling, in- formation and referral services. These are the Board members: The Rev. Marvin Bowers, Cloverdale and Healdsbtwg, Chairman; William Cordtz, Johanna Echols, the Rev. Robert Kersey, Stella Planck, Eleanor Phillips, all of Cloverdale; Hank Wetzel, Holbrook Teter, Herman Velasqnez, Jay Kozak and Brother Justus, all of Healdsbta'g; the Rev. James Corner and Claire Lampson of Geyserville and Barbara Clary of Haaldsburg and Cloverdaie. professionals provide ex- peruse and guidance in organizing and grant- smanship. The Board membership is ecumenical. Letters supporting the project have been received from local school boards and service groups in all three communities as well u city and county agencies. The original funding for Y.C.S. was provided by the mcopai Deanery of Santa Rosa whose nine member- churches put up $995. A matching grant of $9,000 has been made from the Episcopal women's national United Thank Offering Fund. The project has also received $100 from Church Women United of Cloverdale- Geyserville, a like amount from Woman's Improvement Club of Cloverdale and $2,000 from the Jordan Winery in Heaidsburg. Every dollar given to Y.C.S. is matched by the U.T.O. Grant. Donations these facts: Today there are 27,500 residents in this area, 1 tenth of the County's population; 5500 youth and their families need services geared to their needs; 15 percent of the residents are ethnics needing bilingual- multiculturai services. The curtailment of all govern- ment services due to inflation and the continuous rise in area's population throws more and more responsibility on the community to provide necessary services to its citizens: Youth Consultat'ion Ser- vices wants volunteers who believe that it is best to provide troubled youth and their families with im- mediate and local help in solving problems, before they blow up to become statistics in reports of teen-age runaways, of drug and alcohol abuse, of suicide and unwanted pregnancies. Wednesday, April 16, 1980 - Page 13 Glimpses of the past By JACK HOWELL Probably one of the en- tertainment highlights of the year 1941 in Cloverdale was the advent of the motion picture classic of the 20th century, which was all about the 19th century, namely, "Gone With the Wind", April 6th, 7th and 8th were the dates, two shows daffy and, hold onto your hats, ad- mission was: adults 40 cents and children 25 cents! The evening show was 55 cents for all seats! Four hours of that classic tale of the civil war, nowadays people would say, "Gone With The Wind", again, !io hum. Also that same week, W.C. Fields appeared in "The Bank Dick" and - "The Lady with Red Hair", featuring Miriam Hopkins and Eve Arden. The write-up in the Reveille had a caption that read, "Throngs flock to Del kio Theatre" in bold type and that crowds came from as far as Fort Bragg, now I ask you is there anything that would draw such a crowd today? Even the eruption of Mt. St. Helens up north couldn't do that. That same week Tom Mitchell, local restaurant owner, celebrated his 73rd birthday. Among the guests was Howard Cockram of Alameda who can still be seen in Cloverdale lately taking care of the Mitchell property next to the Reveille where soon Mrs. Edna Mitchells' Iris will be in bloom. To perpetuate her loving care of that corner that every spring is a maze of color, thanks go to Howard for letting everyone enjoy it. The Mitchells restaurant and soda fountain was located where the El Tamazula is now and was the only building to surqive the big fire that wiped out the hotel and ad- joining buildings so many years ago; Ellis Thompson can tell you about it because he was there. Also that year a quicksilver mine was developed at Skagg's Springs by none other than 3 Hollywood celebrities, Reginald Woen, Frank Morgan and Randolph Scott. This included a 50-ton furnace, underground powder houses, ore tunnels etc. The manager was Leo Curtis. Don't know what the outcome of that venture was, but those movie stars kept on making pictures so I guess they didn't strike it rich. Frank Morgan was the Wizard in the picture of the same name (threw in that bit of trivia for nothing), note of interest, the Skaggs springs resort is closed forever and all traces are gone including the old cemetery, where under the direction and knowledge of abed Bosworth of Geyserville the occupants have new resting places, some, I understand in the Geyserville cemetery owned by Mr. Bosworth. The old resort and quicksilver mines will all be under water when Warm Springs dam becomes areality-, the road is closed to traffic and it is all or will be only history someday. That same year the Bank of America had a girls' basketball team. One of its star players Miss Aldina Cuneo was engaged to Mr. Joseph Giovanetti Jr. whose father was manager of the Bank of America in Cloverdale. Aldina, as we all know her, served her ap- prenticeship at the First Natl. Bank before working for B of A and then later came hack to the First Natl. where she recently retired. Now if that has you confused listen to this one--Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers--you know the rest. While we're on the subject of hanks did you know that in 1941 Joe Lyons worked for the BOfA in Lodi. Yes the same Joe that owned Cloverdale Liquors and retired a couple of years ago somewhere in the seuth-west. That same spring Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gambetta purchased a lot from the Menihans and will build on it soon. On Sulphur Creek the Livermore mine operated by Bert Guerne of Russian River was started on the old Cot- tingham ranch where rich deposits of cinnehar have been located. The American Legion ball team opened its season with this starting lineup: Cuneo, Matteoli, Carrey, Cerri, Ledger, Dogali, McCarthy, Ber- tolussi, Sinclair, Seghesio, Hontou, Zittleman, Vadon and Cook, the Marshrose Creamery was the opposing team. The 1941 class of Cloverdale High School numbered 20, and all fine looking youngsters. Among them was Walt Samanski and Tony Cuneo who are still as handsome as ever-how about that? The following very old rhyme printed in 1891 by an unknown author sort of sums up what school is all about in a humerous fashion: ldyl of a Public School "Ram it in, cram it in- chidrens heads are hollow; Slam it in, jam it in, Still there's more to follow. Hygiene and history, astronomic mystery, botany, geometry, greek and trigonometry. Ram it in, cram it in, childrens heads are hollow. Rap it in, tap it in, what are teachers paid for? Bang it in, slap it in, what are children made for? Ancient archeology, pilosophy, calculus and mathematics, Rhetoric and hydrostatics, hoax it in, coax it in, childrens heads are hollow. Scold it in, mold it in, all that they can swallow; fold it in, hold it in, still there's more to follow; faces pinched, sad and pale; tell the same undying tale-tells of moments robbed from sleep, meals untasted, studies deep. Those who've passed the furnace through, with it in, jammed it in, rubbed it in, clubed it in, rapped it in and slapped it in, when their heads were hollow. Ray's Pork Steak M ATS M Boneless 107 Pork Roast & Delicatessen. Country Style 19 Dinner Franks & 1768 Pork Sausage 1 Skinless Hot Dogs Tilamook Med. Cheddar 2 s9 Texas, Broil, Sliced or by the Piece ]| ALL FOR QUOTES ON ,LOCKER BEEF Produce at tts Best Our Choice wberrie, Supreme Pizza I Peppers 45,*00 0centsoff 2 69 ges 4 'bs'/100 Ajax 99* Red Liquid Dish Det. 22 oz. pefruit 5/] 00 Keel-AId 59 5 Pack Makes 10 Qts. Wropples 79 Caramel Sheets for Caramel Apples 9oz. Pkg. 4300J JCarrots bbage Cloverdale FOOD CENTER Lemons 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Store Hours: Week Days 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m.. 5 p.m. Free Delivery Every Day at 4 p.m. 1 AD EFFECTIVE DATES Wed., April 16 Through Sun., April 20 i uliflower Lettuce Green Bn,