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PAGE 4 -- WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 201 1 Ci _OVERDALE REVEILLE CLC)VERDALE, CALIFORNIA A sincere thanks! Editor: We wish to extend huge thanks to those who helped our daughter Angela in class. We are so grateful for all of you, who were there to take care of her until help arrived. Thanks to, but in no particular order, Sarah Lemmon for knowing what to do in this type of situation, Riley Marincic, Ms. Burke, Mrs. Radelfinger, Charlie Delfino, all the paramedics and the ambulance crew! With all of you helping her, it made a scary situation seem in control. She is doing well now. We are so grateful for all of you! Paul and Juli Southard, Cloverdale Our educational system is doomed Editor: Your recent commentary, along with the letter from Sherrie McNulty, reinforces my opinion that our educational system is doomed. It's not the adminstrator's fault, nor the teachers', nor the students', nor the parents', nor even the taxpayers'. Rather, it is the system. Government operations aren't subject to the automatic checks and bal- ances of the marketplace. As a result we can be sure that government employees will tend to be overpaid, there will tend to be too many em- ployed for the work that needs to be done, and there will tend to be many doing work that few, if any, are willing to bear the cost. The tendancy to overpay was nicely illustrated when it was revealed that the first 10 employees of SMART were receiving an average of $200,000 per year in pay and benefits while not contributing anything towards their excellent retirement plan. SMART is also the perfect exam- ple of government work that few are willing to pay for, as evidenced by the proposed fares being far less than the cost of service. And, the exces- sive number of teachers and administrators used in goverment schools amply demonstrates the tendancy to employ too many for the task at hand. Unfortunately, the many people who created this mess, perhaps with good intentions, cannot possibly reform the system. Instead it needs to be scrapped. Entirely. And, forgotten. Completely. Then, and only then, will parents and students find their educational needs easily met by a market based educational system eager to please. James R. Oglesby, Santa Rosa Copper Gallery "Call for Artists" contacts In last week's paper, the contact information for Towers Gallery was 121 E. First St. 894-7920 0 Four Screens O Stadium Style Seating 0 State-of-the-Art Projection and Sound SHOWTIMES ARE FOR: Frl., May 6 through Thurs., May 12 THOR (PC13) DAILY 6:50 MATINEES SAT-SUN 1:15 4:00 LATE SHOWS FRI-SAT 9:30 AFRICAN CATS (G) DAILY 6:20 MATINEES SAT-SUN 1:304:10 LATE SHOWS FRI-SAT 8:40 FAST FIVE (PC13) DAILY 6:30 MATINEES SAT-SUN 12:45 3:40 LATE SHOWS FRI-SAT 0:20 RIO (G) DAILY 6:10 MATINEES SAT-SUN 1:00 3:50 LATE SHOWS FRI-SAT 8:30 omitted from the story. If you are an artist and wish to be considered for Cloverdale's newest gallery, lo- cated in the Copper Towers build- ing. Please contact Cathy Thomas, Gallery Director at 894-4331 or email towersgallery@sonic.net. The website is currently under con- struction. We apologize for the omission. During preparations for the Citrus Fair Parade, the American Legion was in need of a vehicle to pull a trailer carrying its members. An offer of a tractor and driver from Cloverdale's Lampson Tractor and Equipment saved the day! Company President Allan Kelly, who gave the okay, is shown above accepting a Certificate of Appreciation from Post 293's representative Don Reed. Reed said, "If you need something between a small riding lawnmower to some equipment much larger, these are really great, friendly and helpful people to contact." Washington School and CHS Spring Concert Come see the Washington Schoolstudents will be performing a vari- and Cloverdale High School bands ety of musical compositions. This perform at the annual Spring Con- year there are many talented se- cert. niors who will be performing in This fabulous yearly event show- their final concert as a Cloverdale cases the abilities of the district's student. music students from 7th through The program is free but the 12th grade, school music programs will gladly The concert will be presented at accept donations to help offset the the Cloverdale Citrus Fair Audito- cost of the facility rental. rium, 1 Citrus Fair Dr., Cloverdale Hope to see you there! on Thursday, May 5, at 7 p.m. The - Ken Collins Doris A. Armstrong A Remembrance for Doris Armstrong, who passed away on April 16 in Cloverdale, will be held on Sunday, May 15 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair Tea Room, not on Saturday, May 15, which was reported in last week's paper. Inurnment will be private at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, CA. Arrangements were made by Fred Young Funeral Home, Cloverdale. HOME TRADITIONAL FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES PRE-NEED ARRANGEMENTS 428 N. CLOVERDALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE 707 894-2540 FD-1944 l lartin Gustuve Albeirt Bauman Martin Gustuve Albert Bauman died on Al~ril 26, 2011 at the age of 95. His wife, Hazel, and two daughters, Shirley L( :dbetter and Joyce Bauman, and grandson Larry Wilson, preceded him in: death. He is survived by daughter's Carolyn Hickman of Modesto, Maa'ta Wilson of Sacramento, and Cry!~tle Goode of Durant, Illinois, and ki~; brother Paul Bauman of Phoenix:, Arizona. Martin was Grandpa to 12 grandchildren, 16 great-g~randchildren, and four great-great grandchildren, and family amd friend to many others. Martin was born March 22, 1916 in Janesville, Minnesota. He was in the Navy during World War II, serving on the USS Arenac from 1943 to 1944. Martin married Hazel Williams in 1941. They settled in Eureka where they began raising their 'fitve daughters. In 1969, Martin and Hazel moved to Cloverdale, where they became active in the cormlaunity. Martin was well known for his voluanteer work in many venues, al- way s lending a helping hand and a frie~ndly smile. He was active in the Historical S~ >ciety and instrumental in the founding of the Old Time Fiddle Festival, vhich has been an annual event for 35 years. Martin and Hazel were involv, ed in so many community eff, orts that they were often referred to as Mr. ant ! Mrs. Cloverdale. Martin was an active member of the Church of Christ, an, d started a congregation in Cloverdale several years ago. Martin lived the h ~st years of his life in the Sacramento area. Martin will most be remembered for his kin~:~[ words, compassionate heart, and his ability to see the good in all peoph _~. His legacy of life, love and laughter will forever live in our hearts, i A celebration of Martin's life was held on Satulr day, April 30, 2011 at p.m. at the Dixon Church of Christ, 1115 Stratford Avenue, No. C, Dixon, CA. , "P ps" d R C lli ' o Bernar . o ns ; "Pops" Bernard R. Collins was born in Olda homa on Dec. 18, 193~. "Pops" made his home in Cloverdale, raising ,~ ;ix children, five daughters and a son. "Pops" was a man with many trades. He wa s a woodsman at heart and could make anything fr om leather. He designed and made many beaut iful quilts. "Pops" worked for the railroad for 19 y~ .~ars and he loved riding his Harley Davidson moto rcy- cle. The man with few words who said a whole lot, passed away at home on April 24. "Pops" wi! 1 be greatly missed by friends and family. He is sur- vived by his soulmate, Dolores Phelps, sister, I~ ruby DeFreitas of San Leandro, brother, Russ Colli: as of Cloverdale, and daughters, Karen Teague of C ;ault, Betty Adams of Vista, Brenda Martza of New Mex- ico, Tina Collins of New Mexico and Carla Cc ,llins from Sacramento. He is also survived by many grand and great gran, ~children. Select from dozens of styles and hundreds of fabrics at reasonable prices 7( Call or come by today 124 South Cloverdale Boulevard )7 894 4080 www.flodoverdale.com THE CLOVERDALE HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879 .... .:::.:::::" .. ........ . ::::::::::::::::::::::: ...... .... :.. ..... .Q:: Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CLOVERDALE REVEILLE Published By Hanchett Publishing, Inc. Managing Editor Roberta Lyons Advertising N. L. Hanchett E-mail us at: reveille@cloverdalereveille.com Cloverdale Reveille (119-020 USPS) is published every Wednesday by Hanchett Publishing, Inc., at 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 (707) 894-3339. Subscriptions: $30.00 per year, $56.00 per year out of Sonoma County. Single copy 50. Second Class Periodicals Postage Paid at Cloverdale, CA 95425. Postmaster: Send address changes to Cloverdale Reveille, PO Box 157, Clo- verdale CA 95425. Adjudicated a newspaper of general circulation by the Superior Court of the County of Sonoma, State of Cali- fornia, under the date of March 3, 1879, Case No. 36106. Please notify us of changes to the calendar ::: Wednesday, May 4 .......... History Center, 1101 S. Cloverdale Blvd ....... 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Blood Bank of the Redwoods at the Citrus Fair ...... 3 to 6 p.m. ; Weight Watchers, Grace Lutheran Church ................. 5:45 pm Bingo at Kings Valley Senior Center ........................... 6:30 pm ..... Planning Commission, Performing Arts Center ......... 6:30 pm Thursday, May 5 Kiwanis, Star Restaurant ............................................... 7-8 am ::i::::: Rotary Club, Citrus Fair ............................................. 12:15 pm :.:: .:: Cloverdale Lions Club ................................................. 7:30 pm Friday, May 6 Toastmasters, Star Restaurant ........................................ 7 am ....... ::.:.: Cloverdale Food Pantry, 2nd & Commercial ............. 1-3 pm ::i :i: Monday, May 9 Cloverdale Health Care District, Ambulance Building ...... 7 pm AIAnon, First Baptist Church, 450 S. Franklin ............. 7:30 pm Tuesday, May 10 Veterans of Foreign Wars & Auxiliary, Vet's Bldg ....... 7:30 pm Ladies Circle of Druids, Druids Hall ................................. 8 pm Alexander Valley Regional Medical Center Primary Healthcare (Adult & Child), :::: :i:(:::: M, T, Th, F ...... 9 am - 8 pm and Wed. 9 am - 6 pm Dental, Fri ..................................... 8:30 am to 5 pm ..... (i)()) Behavior Health, T, W, F ..................... 9 am - 6 pm i Th ........................... 11 am 7 pm :i:;;;;;:;: ...... ::.:: Application assistance for State of California Healthcare Programs by Appointment, 707-894-4229 ..... ............ ::::i i:i::i:: ....... ...... :::::: : :: : : ::~:: : ::::: : ::: : ::: :::: :: ::::: :: ::: :: ::: ::::: :::::: ::::::: :::::: :::::: : :: :::: :: :: ::: :: :: :: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::::: :: :: :: :: ::: :::::: :::::: ::::: :: : :::: :: : ::: .............................. : : :: :: : :: :: : :: :: ::::: :: :: :::: :::: : Christian Sunday Christian Education 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship Service 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Service 6 p.rn. Women's Discipleship Group Tuesday, 7 p.m. Men's Discipleship Group Tuesday, 7 p.m. 553 W. Second 894-2893 United Church ] I #Sunday gathering 9:55 a.m. #Sunday worship 10 a.m. #Choirs for all ages Children/Youth programs Local & global outreach ministries #Open & Affirming congregation 439 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale 894-2039 www,uccloverdale.or, g C LVARY