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sides of Prop. 9 to be telecast 9, cisco and KCET-TV Los II", Angeles, Thursday and Friday, May 22 and 23, 7:30 to be p.m. and will be available to all public television stations have an op- in the state. In addition to question KQED and KCET, the a broad programs will be shown on and KPBSin San Diego and KVIE lected to in Sacramento, and other balance of stations are expected to e3ertise, finalize plans in a few days. etitled: The two specials will 9", confront the central question "live" via posed by Proposition 9: Will y reduction of state personal San Fran- income tax revenues jeopardize essential government services? Some of the related questions which will also be addressed in- elude: Will a tax cut stimulate consumer spending to a level that additional sales tax revenues will offset the loss of income tax revenues? If higher business taxes are eventually enacted to make up any revenue shortfall, will these taxes, passed on to the consumer, wipe out the benefits of income tax reduction? Whatever the outcome of Proposition 9, how are legislators in Sacramento and Washington likely to interpret the mood and desires of voters? Underwriting for this KQED production is being provided by the member companies of the California Roundtable, an organization of senior executives of the state's major corporations which, among several pur- poses, seeks to promote greater public understanding of important public policy questions. eFe * Grand Master to visit :le Lorin D. Swift of Sacramento, Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of California, will visit Cloverdale Lodge No. 293 onn May 6. Swift, who has been I.,ease Management Supervisor of the State of California Department of General Services for 30 years is a member of El Dorado I.,odge No. 8 in Sacrament. Following a pot luck din- ner, Swift's message to the Lodge will stressthe im- portance of the Odd Fellow World Eye Band. The Visual Research Foundation, established in 1956, has become one of the major public service activities of the Order. Noble Grand Elli. Thompson of the Cioverdale Lodge will preside over the regular business meeting. Following the meeting, ac- tivities will be open to the Rebekahs, friends and the general public. l,orin Swift :i: V ! .... Wednesday, April 23, 1980 - Pa( 3 Bob Mosher, Public Relations Director of Souverain Winery, and Connie Seymour are reminding people of the area that there's still time to buy your tickets for the ('loverdale Boosters Association's "A Very Special Evening," saluting the "Miracle of Vienna, 198o," to be held Friday eenin. April 2.5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Citrus Fair' Auditorium and Exhibit Ilall. One of the highlights of the evening will be a fine "vine tasting," special compliments of Souverain ,Vinery. The proceeds are to be donated to the CIoverdale Iligh Schml Vienna fund. Photo by Janice. Ballet concert extra- By CONNIE SEYMOUR There are two days to .go to get out the "VOTE" for "A Very Special Evening", the benefit Ballet-Concert-Wine Tasting being given at the Citrus Fair Auditorium and Exhibit Hall on Friday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. Come on, Cloverdale, we still have a limited supply of liekets available. Remember your Chamber of Commerce and the Red Carpet Realty offices are the ticket agencies for this affair. On this evening Clover- dale's versatile piano artist, Chervl Rock, will provide musical delight with her presentations. select ions by Chopin There will be punch as well Mozart, and her most as wine provided for all to beautiful articulation of enjoy. George Gershwin's Come! Join us! Salute a "Rhapsody in Blue". very special "Music Man", Robert Ronan's Ballet Mr. Steve Connolly, our Circle performers promise to honored guest on this out- dazzle both eye and ear with standing evening. See you especially beautiful dance there! A message to all young people from Samuel J. Loyd of the Cancer Crusade A recent issue of Cancer News journal had this message from Major Samuel J. Loyd, Medford Oregon expressing a hope that he could reach all young people who are smoking, or thinking of smoking. HEY KID' Hey Kid! Are you smoking because others do? If so, you're a follower not a leader. I wound up with cancer of the voice box. It was removed twelve years ago. I haven't talked, laughed, whistled or shouted since, nor have I been swimming. When you breathe through a hole in your throat you can't do any of those things. Whose fault is it? Mine and mine alone. Somking is not worth the price you may some day so painfully have to pay. It with It is with this message in mind that Stella Planck, Cloverdales Cancer Crusade chairman, hopes that each resident, young or old, will welcome the volunteer who knocks at your door, listen to what they have to say and give generously to help research win the fight over this dread disease. *Weeds too tall? eCan't f-in-d yours fence? eFire hazard.'? NEED ROTOTILLING? Call Greenside Up 894-3670 and grand opening took place on at the Asti Cafe. Present for the occasion Dale Peterson, Jim Wilmarth, Jan r the care; the waitress, Nancy: Citrus Sibert: Lola Flaherty. owner: Charlie Chaplin !1: Gall Ornbaun, Pat Rose. son , Mike and owner Mike Flaherty. The cafe will be open 7 days aweek serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. They will specialize in bar- becued chicken and ribs. Photo by Janice. " calls for major reforms ons" health card system rian Kahn in care a speech Valley week. the of candidate "Access care for bea current are -'hing too much ited the bValescent him she of her to rnment type It th care assure wtes tax in- to in- current approach ex- the seed to programs current ny Seniors nt homes '. Kahn II0r8 can aid if wish to homes . raal care, is man, at own strengthening the Older Americans Act to include funding for in-home care and day-treatment centers for Seniors. "These steps toward improved preventative health care for Seniors make good sense - tax-wise and people-wise". P-140 COLOR REPRINTS from your favorite color negatives. one size only SPECIAL it's a w00/to eml00! All Models Available Datsun King Cab Large Selection of NEW & USED Cars and Trucks Take Hwy 175 from Hopand - Just 45 Minutes from Cloverdale Datsun 310 2-Door Coupe Hatchback GX Don't Worry About the Sticker Price "LET'S DEAL" NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED! 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