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April 23, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 12 - Wednesday, April 23, 1980 Thou 'N Things By Nobody in Particular GREAT  "it was a great show. He is great !" That's what the coming out first as we were going in last guests of the Pat Paulsen benefit for the CHS Band trip to Vienna, held at the Inn of the Beginning in Cotati, were saying, and they were right, he was great and it was a great show. The coming in last going out guests were saying the same thing. One comment was, "I enjoyed Pat Paulsen just about ten times more in person than I would have on TV. There is nothing like a live performance, and he is good !" BOOSTERS Two of the most enthusiastic supporters and boosters of Cloverdale are Dena Gambetta and Stella Planck. Both of these two ladies did us up proud by at'tending very important district meetings. Both of them went to different meetings in different places but for the same reason, to report on their local organizations community involvement. Both women were so enthusiastic about the Cloverdale High School Band and the trip to Vienna that they came home with contributions in their pockets. Dena attended the District 5 meeting of the American Legin Auxiliary in Lake County and gave such an inspirationa| presentation that the District voted to prepare an official' resolution and a good-will greeting to send to the Mayor of Vienna and the Minister of Education both of whom will be the hosts of the Festival in July. She also received donations for the Band from the membership and the Santa Rosa Aux. is planning to send a donation. Stella Planck, President of the local Women's Improvement Club, attended the District meeting of the California Federation of Women's Club convention held in Fairfield, Ca. and she too inspired her audience with enthusiasm for the Band. Mrs. Marie H. Du Fay, President of the St. Helena Women's Club took up a collection right then and there to present to Stella for the Band. Bencia and Sonoma Valley clubs also donated. Stella has just been elected President of "California Federation of Women's Club", and she will represent women from five counties which means a great deal of work, challenge and...influence! Dena and Stella! Two of the most loyal and hard working Clover,%le Boosters. TWo outstanding women who care about !heir community. Two women who have proved their care by continuing to work and fight for a beUer community. Many ongoing projects and programs have had their start in the minds of these two ladies who have faith in the work they are doing for a "better" world and the determination, the strength, and the courage (o risk its displeasure for what they believe. WE NEED HELP These last few fund raisers are going to be the tellers! We are working hard and the sacrifices are many. Winnie and Gabby are going to put on another feed, to the benefit of those lucky and smart enough to buy tickets! This time it will be a Mexican Feast ..... and again the proceeds will benefit the Band. Anyone who attended the last two know just how lucky they were. The food was delicious, the price right ($4.) and lhe cause...just ! Also, please get your tickets for the Ballet as soon as possible. Connie has them or she can tell you where to get them. Phone 894-3469. Highway T28 Continued from page 4 This is a true country store, with all kinds of provisions for sale and a friendly bar among the groceries. Souvenirs of the pioneer lumbering and ranching days are displayed outside under the trees: rusty old chain saws, axes, branding irons, lanterns, spurs, farming tools, etc. After Navarro the high- way dives into the dark second-growth redwood groves along the banks of the river. The local chamber of commerce calls it "Tunnel of Redwoods to the Sea". One mile from Navarro ou'll see a sign announcing a Redwood Region Con- ervation Council Demon- tration Forest". These forests have been established Jy the redwood industry to xplain lumber and forestry practices to the public. , Masonite Corporation also i eperates a recreation are.a {vhich stretches west blongside Highway 128 for ven miles from the junction 'hth the Comptche road. ere are no developed ilities, but there is access {o the river for swimming and fishing. About six miles inland from the coast is Paul M. Dimmick State Recreation Area. It is a small park - only 12 acres - but provides a few campsites and a few picnic units. It is a popular overnight spot for visitors to the Mendocino beaches because it is far enough inland to escape the fog and cold winds of the coast. In winter camping is not allowed because the Navarro River frequently floods. The Navarre River flows into the sea between gigantic bluffs. This is a wild rocky coast, with strong winds and powerful seas. Navarro Beach is wonderful for walking - it is strewn with huge pieces of driftwood. There are lots of shore birds at the river mouth, the the spectacular cliffs are decked with wild flowers. If camping is not to your taste, there are several fine accommodations along the Mendocino coast. This lovely drive is close to the Cloverdale area and offers an ideal family outing without having to drive hundreds of miles. Archers taking sign-ups The Cloverdale Archers are now taking sign-ups for their gummer league. There will be shoots every Wednesday night in Rainbow Hall on the Citrus Fair Grounds. Sign-ups will be on May 7, at 7:30 p.m. There are also club meetings every second Monday of the month at 8 p.m. If you think you're interested in archery or you know someone who is you are invited to come and join Robin Hood and his gang! If you have any questions call 894-2286 or 894-2209 after 5 p.m. Notice The Cloverdale Merchants Association will meet Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. April 28th at City Hall. All members are asked to attend President Mike Pryor starts the meeting promplly. gj:) . The Business and Professional Women's Club held their in- stallation of officers dinner at Papa John's Restaurant on Thursday evening, April 17. Shown in picture, left to right. are: Maxine Allen, treasurer: Arline Botkins, 2nd vice president; Jean Kasserman, ist vice president: Audrey Ball, president: Rusty Leisz, recording secretary; Pat Halbohm, correspondeing secretary; and Elsie Karr, installing officer. Photo by Janice. American Legion By FRANKOLLENA Historian, and Maurice per. Chaplain, and Richard It will be a very busy May for the members of the William Russell Ledford Post 293 American Legion. On May 18 the cemetery clean-up will take place with the help of Sam Alexander and his Rio Lindo Academy students. Each member of the post is asked to lend a hand in supervising the students. Last minute preparations will be made during the regular meeting to be held on Wed- nesday, May 14. Watts, a former sailor will be Wooldridge. Adjutant. Cost held in the city park on of the chicken barbeque will Saturday, May 31. All profits be $4 each. will go to the Cloverdale High At ll a.m. on Saturday May School Band Fund for the 31 Chaplain Harper is Vienna Trip. Tickets are now preparing a program to honor available for members to the servicemen who have pick up from Joseph F. Anello given their lives in the Commander, Charles Har- defense of our country. Harper has invited U.S. Congressman Donald Clausen {o speak during the ceremony. Another speaker who has been invited is Jay Overholt. First Area Departmen! Vice Com- mander. Every Legionnaire and veteran is urged !o attend !he Memorial Day Services. Final plans will also be made for the May 31 bar- beque and Memorial Day Services, during this May meeting The barbeques under the cooksmanship of Jack Durham, First Vice Commander; Darel Mack, Sirloin Boneless Steak, Safeway USDA Choice Grade Beef Loin Accident injures Cloverdale woman Debra Schnur, 31, of Cloverdale, was injured in an automobile accident on High- way 101 near Squaw Rock early Monday morning. According to the California Highway Patrol, Schnur was southbound on Highway 101 about 1:35 a.m. when she lost control of her car on a curve, hit an embankment and overturned. Porterhouse or T-Bone Pink Salmon Thawed (Haft b S1 79) Chuck Ground Beef Rib Roast Regular Does NOI Boee5 S,ay Exceed 30 =, Fal USO Cce She was reported in fair condition today at Ukiah General Hospital. On Sunday, two of six Vallejo residents were in- jured in an accident on High- way 128 about two miles east of Boonville and were taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. Chops Rib Steaks Cenie Cut ,.., .., .sv Hindquarter Baking Hens Maro House Fosle Farms o USOA Grae A J Slew*n o Soups Josie Paris, 63, was reported in poor condition and Mary Tynan, 27, in stable condi! ion. The two women were passengers in a car being driven by Ernest Paris, 33, who was injured along with Albert Burse, 6; Jeannette and Annette James, both 4 years old, and Bentorra Augustine, 34. All four were treated at Ukiah General Hospital and released. Corned Beef Boneless Hams I Ground Pork Fresh Pork Chops Beef S Great forBar-B-O, !p Frozen Fresh TTt . Homeowners By ALLAN DAMEROW Broker QUESTION : My wife and I own our home. We are very pleased with its recent in- crease in value and feel that a second home is probably the best investment we can currently make, but we are worried about the possibility of renting to bad tenants. Any suggestions? ANSWER: Problems can often be avoided by carefully screening prospective tenants before agreeing to rent to them. The most important items to verify are the applicant's employment and former residence. Check with the employer to make certain plicant job and that he rent. Then check landlord to see plicant paid his that he was and that he did the residence. Be sure to former present anxious to get and therefore only positiw while negative A little time checking applications dividends and possible 4-H Happenings Continued from page 6 Mrs. Domenichelli ex- for the May4 plained about the Ram Sale can obtain them for our new members as well 894-2037 or Mrs. as Miss Polansky. The 3776. Cost is CIoverdale4-H always gets the job of clean-up after the We. all sale, as well as the coke and Horse group cake booths. Chairmen were brough! home asked for, and I volunteered trophy for 1o do clean-up, Charles one was from Delfino and Linda Singleton, Apple Blossom coke: and Ethan Wilde, cake. April 12. We Mrs. Borgna volunteered to $t00 to the ma Ihe coffee and donut and after recl booth on Friday, Chicken- meeting was que was discussed and our May members were reminded to dates to remem ake a cake. 4th. ChickenqUe Tickets are still available Community Golden Green Ti Great Steak Rhubarb Crimson, North- west Field Grown Bean Spouts Navel Oran Sunk*s Large S,ze Peak of Zhe Season Cahforma Gr Large Lemons C ........ Ouahty White fo Beakfast cello Valencia SunUps! 41  Juicing' Ruby Red Sunk!st, Califottil)/ Arizona. 36 $1ze Cake Won Ion NooSes zrvmva 16 O nee PKu9 Chop Su L iS ounce pau Commonly Ca 4" Pot Mayor to speak at library Do you have your questions ready for the meeting at the Library on Friday afternoon, April 251 at 1 p.m.? Mayor Domenichelli is scheduled to tell us about the Future of Cloverdale. He will welcome your questions about our City and will answer them to the best of his ability. 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