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Page 14 - Wednesday, May 28, 1980 Citrus Squares By WES CROSS The Cloverdale May Festival got off to a good start Friday evening, May 16 with square dancers from near and far. Charlie Brown of Petaluma did the calling. Those representing the Citrus , Squares were Cal and Becky , "Calloway, president and his "Taw", Jim and Janie Cotter, social chairman, .: Myrtle Padgett, vice president, Wee and Louise Cross and Charles and Sandi Retherford. A number of the Citrus Squares group attended a workshop Saturday morning, taught by Ross Johnson of Ukiah. He taught some Plus 1 and Plus 2 calls. Larry and Karen Williams taught round dancing at 12:30 Saturday to some fifteen couples. They taught the group, steps to Maple Leaf Rag and a Waltz number, "Vien, Vien". A second square dance workshop was conducted by Ran Welch, from 2z;30 to 4:30. Salurday night the experienced dancers were led by Ran Welch and the newer dancers convened in the Arts and Crafts Building under the leadership of Ross Johnson On Sunday afternoon Tom Walton called for the newer dancers, while Scott Byars called for the experienced dancers. Members of {he Cloverdale Citrus Squares who atlended the Saturday nighl and Sunday Hoedowns were Cal and Becky Calloway, Jim and Janie Cotter. Wes and Louise i Walt for your car registration before entering Mexico ? You've bought a new car or pickup.camper and, without : waiting for your new vehcile - registration card or pink slip, you head for a vacation in "i Mexico with just the tem-  porary receipt taped to the windshield, :: Don't. That's the advice of ' Doris V. Alexis, Director of  the California Department of ,: Motor Vehicles. Mexico's ' Registro Federal de Automobiles - the eq_uivalenl ..... of California's DMV - does not ,o recognize a temporary operator's receipt, she said. i The motorist must have a , current registration card and " a photostat of the pink slip to % t, flly operate a vehicle in :xico. Hector Alvarez, in- vestigator in DMV's Chuia Vista office, who serves as the department's border-area liaison with Mexico's Registro Federal, adds his expertise to the director's advice: It's not so much a problem at border towns, like Tijuana," Alvarez saidi' "but it is a real concern when a motorist gets into the interior of Mexico. I've been cussed out by motorists who've driven all the way down to La Paz and'then, on seeking a 41 ferry pass to cross the Gulf to Mazatlan or Puerto Vallarta, absence of the registration card is discovered. The motorists is then forced to drive 1,500 or 1,800 miles back to the States." The auto theft problem, particularly in the interior, is the reason for this "hard- nosed attitude," Alvarez explained. "They need firm evidence of vehicle owner- ship to stay on top of the problem," he said. The word is now being passed on [o California automobile dealers that the temporary receivl on the Cross. Charles and Sandi Helherford. Don and Betty Smaltey. Mike and Mary Obrien. Ran and Bobby Cole and Arlene Botkin. The Cloverdale May Festival along with the Mexican Droner. Saturday evening, and the Sunday morning breakfast have hoepfully advanced the "Miracle of Vienna" plans. These activities were all planned Io promote the Cloverdale High School's Band trip to ienna, Auslria, m June. " windshield is not sufficient, and that they should advise their purchasers to delay trips to Mexico until the registration arrives. The normal wait for a registration card from DMV is six weeks. Dealers also are being reminded about Vehicle Code Sections 11725 (a) and (b) which state that it is a misdemeanor to transport or drive a vehicle out of California into a foreign country with the intent to register or sell the vehicle without first removing the California license plates and turning them in to DMV. Golden Gate Bridge marks 43rd birthday : You don't buy souvenir ashtrays or T-shirts there, yet it's San Francisco's great "must see". :. This spring the Golden Gate Bridge will observe the 43rd anniversary of the breezy day in 1937 when FDR pressed a gold button in Washington and opened the graceful arch to traffic. Youngsters who raced across the span that May 27th are grandparents now, but many still cherish their .. Opening Day tickets and memories of the pageant, the . searchlights, and the thrilling sail-past of the Pacific Fleet. Built in four years, against : fearful odds of tides and weather, the Bridge occupies a special niche in many hearts. It is beloved by its builders - old ironworkers i: who survived its perils; by Bay Area residents, and by strangers who come in bus- !. loads to the South Anchorage to admire its vaulting lines, thrusting north to the rocky Marin shore. ' The Bridge pumped life - into the Depression-ridden Northern California Counites, replacing patient ferryboats, and enabling autos and buses to flow swiftly into the Redwood Empire. Over the 43 years it has carried 820 million vehicles, hosts of cyclists and pedestrians. Many bridges perform this duty, but none can match the special regard that's inspired by the Golden Gate Bridge. More than structural marvel, it is a world-recognized work of art, a Twentieth Century equivalent of Notre Dame or the Taj Mahal. The bronze statue of its Designer, Joph B. Strai, is the foreground posing-peint when pilgrims from Topeka and Tokyo debark at the south parking plaza. This is fitting; without Strauss' charisma and stubborn pride, the Bridge might never have soared. Engineers prophesied it would fall, for never had so hold a span been attempted in such a perilous place. Economists also predicted it would never pay back its cost - $35,000,000. Yet Strauss and the Bridge st -: Mount . Helen's L ., Continued from page I  down to check vehicles still his crew sank to their knees " on the mountinn, in the hot debriS'. Seconds ,: Army National Guard after the eruption, a volcanic :,: pilots say live animals elk tidal wave of searing heat :.'* herds and a black bear were and ash steamrolled through : spored in the area. One elk campsiles snapping giant fir  herd was reported moving trees off at the base like , through six inches of ash. matchsticks, he said. :., A geologist who landed "There's just no way you ? Tuesday on an ash flow near could actually describe it - it . Clear Water Creek, nor- was all so slrange and eerie. : thwest of the mountain, One moment there was light . measured the temperature at of day - and in a few minutes : 2 feel deep as 147 degrees it was pitch dark with .. Celsius or 296 degrees thunder iighlning rumbling Fahrenheit. On the surface, and roaring." Mrs. Rowland : the ash measured 80 degrees said. 'C Celsius, or 144 degrees When asked ahoout plans , Fahrenhitt. A U.S. Geologist for returning home she said, ' said it was possible to walk "We'll saay in Cloverdale , across the fairly crusty ash in awhile - until we're sure it is % heavy boots but that at times safe lo relurn." Job Fair !' Continued from front page the :', Dragon, Emloyment :,, Development Department's ,, Job Service, Bay Area , Construction Opportunities  Program, Manpower Inc., ' P.G.&E., United Vintners  (Asti Winery), State , Depa r t m e n t of ; Rehabilitation, Kelly Ser-  vices, Mills Agency, Red- "i wood Empire Employment Agency, Sonoma County- Veterans Service Office, United Slates Department of Labor, U.S. Post Office, Remedy Temporary Ser- vices. Sonoma County C.E.T.A., Sonoma County People for Economic Op- portunity, Fireman's Fund - Insurance, Pacific Sanitary Disposal, Larry's Sanitary Ser:ices, Cioverdale Sisposal. Solution to gravel controversy ( Continued from front page . The county spending for road construction also would be impacted, with an in- , crease of more than $500,000 ' per year, he szid, adding that government agencies are the biggest single users of ii aggregate, taking about 'I0 percent of te annual supply. Current pit reclamation .... 'projects by both Basalt and Kaiser in other areas were illustrated by Luckman with photo slides. They focused on returning the pits to agricultural and other uses, such as recreation and fish farming. Board chairman Eric Koenigshofer announced the next public hearing date will be told at the next regular mei4 of th Board, May 27. confounded the carpers. It was Strauss' 400th ad final span, and he died soon after it opened, but it stands, and the debt was retired in 1971. Today the Bridge authority, an independent government agency, operates the toll structure and a fleet of buses and modern ferries to lighten its load and serve trans-Bay commuters. Sight seers also enjoy waterborne trips on the stylish craft in off-hours, re-living bygone days when Strauss and his supporters dared dream a wonder into reality. Growers Supply & Irrngatuon, Inc. ACE Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Geyserville Avenue 857-3484 Visit Fine Italian Cuisine {707) 857-9904 Over 39 years inthe same location! LAMPSON TRACTOR Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/857-3443 l)on Taylor of Muscalacon Iligh ,'School receives his California Iligh School proficiency diploma from Su McAule.v. Photo by Tim Tanner. Advice needed from mothers of pre-schooler= We need your advice. The Ch,verdazle Prechool Co-op may be changing its program nexl Fall to meet your needs. We realize some families cannot participate in our Pre- School because of the evening meetings and-or parent part icipal ion during the day. We are willing Io change these requirements. The Pre-School is con- sidering changes to facilitate *he use of our school by w,,rking parents and Ihose who cannot attend evening meel ings. Those parents who can't work al the school or come to meetings would pay a higher tuilion. We would also like h, limit our night meetings to once a month. These changes, however, depend on whether enough families anlicipate enrolhnenl in Sept. 1980. We need Io know now. whether you might be interestel. Membership is open to all children 2 yrs. nine months to six years. Tuition is very reasonable md visitors are always welcome, meeting will be held at our If you are Those interested, please current location - 450 Second please call allend a meeting Wednesday, Street. This is the green 8: 30 and June It, at 7 p.m. The Scout Cabin at the City Park. through 4-H Happenings Continued from page won first dressed as Tweetie Bird with her horse, Spook, as a nest. Third place was Helen Rege and her hrse, Red, was Super Chicken. Mary Lisa Welsh and her horse were dressed in Arabian costume and they wonn sixth. In the Sr. Division there were 18 entries and 22 in the Jr. Div. In the ribbon race Tami and Linda placed fourth, Stacy Caldweli and Mary Lisa placed seventh. In the egg and spoon equitation Tami won eighth and Linda won tenth. Other members participating were Rhonda Sauiter and Shannon Turner. Our Club was well represented by these kids Anne Flynn also did a good job in representing Clover- dale. She won some pins and a seam ripper by properly judging several items of clothing. The annual Beach Party at Doran Park was changed from June 1 to June 8 in hopes more members can come. This year 4-H Camp will be from June 16-20 and members going are: Elsie and Derek Domenichelli and Donna Mathis. In August Linda Singleton and I will represent our Club at Davis at the Youth Conference. We are really looking forward to it. The meeting was adjourned and entry premium ailable to The forms the Sono  Son,me tries close flare so any to enter contact your[ Mrs. Some dat are June 2, June 12, June 16-20, 18, Pot Luck Our Horse the Parade last and I will outcome next i i ill i i ill ill ii:: iiii ::::  :::: ::i: - :::: i :::: :::: "b: iii Geyserville is the home of one of the iii ::i::i finest Italian Restaurants in Northern i!i iiii California - Catelli's , The Rex. Senti i::! ii!:: and Virginia Catelli opened the i!::i i:: restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a i::::! iiii family-owned establishment since :i::i ::ii! then. Richard Catelli, their son, is now iii ii!i the owner and operator and is assisted iiii iiii by his lovely daughter Dam*nice. i!ii :::: ii!i Richard is still, using the same' iii! i::!:: recipes the family used for years and !i!i iiii maintaining the fine quality for which ii!i iiii Catelli's gained it's fame. The menu is tii::i !!ii varied and includes such specialties as ii: i:::.:: rabbit, scampi, sweet breads, as well ii::i ii::i as steaks, seafood, poultry, pasta and :i:i !ii many other items. ::::i:: :-:-!iii The bar is separate from the dining i::i:: ::.i room and offers an excellent selection iiil !iii of liquor and wines. .2::... :::: :.:.:.....:.2.:.:.:.:.2...:.:................................:.....................................-.....................................:..:. BINO'S AUTO Under the new ownership Jim Remain :: Repair work on all makes i foreign & domestic cars & Call 857-3790 for a 21310 Redwwod Hwy. Geyserville Bosworth Hardwa *Paint *Hardware .Household Items Geyserville Ave., 857-3463 This space available call 893339 TIlls space available call 894-3339 GEYSERVILLE PUMP & TRACTOR WE SELL GOULD, BERKLEY & JOHNSTON PUMPS "We service all Dump truck work makes pumps Wade rain Well bailing Irrigation Backhoe work SulNies Do wo Bud g Dave Rose 857-3470