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June 25, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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June 25, 1980

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Wednesday, June 25, 1980- Page 5 Chatter By ViVlAN WEER :TUWlrLE: Hello. I am a turtle. I am a Russian River to the City Park for on the Fourth of July. If you the Railroad Tracks last week. and I crossed the highway at the It was touch and go there for an Jack Domenichelli and Mr. Day and a John Bradley from the Encore traffic for a while, and we made it interview with Janice. We street by nightfall. Next week, more news about our journey. , Cloverdale really got put on the map news media. First on Wednesday, a great job of telling the story taken earlier in the starred Jim WEft, Steve Connolly, and the hand students. Backgrounds of .'P0olful of happy children, vineyards, the , a lumber truck and various other scenery was super and the setting was departure from the violence of the Thursday morning we had a call : had heard a news story on news about an Italian man traveling ., to San Francisco by bus. He had been Gate to get to the town of Cloverdale The man spoke little English and was be got to Des Moines, Iowa, some told the old gentleman that he was in got off the bus and searched for the Called Ted Wygant of the KGO News we would like to know the person was wished to visit. Ted said, too". with what he knew. He said that the Antonio Alhertazzi and that after was helped by a police of- who arranged to get him back ends for now, folks, but ff anyone Antonio Alhertazzi, KGO Chatter would sure like to hear Chaplin is alive and well out at the Asti fact he is so alive and well that he is these days." He also does private authentic costume, and I think he's duster...will travel. If you want to include a classy of summer night entertainment the Annual Chamber Installation June 28th at Papa John's. Advance a donation of $12 per. This includes (Prime Rib with wines and all the COmmences at 7:30 p.m. with a program r. Rich Pellegrini wil/take over the MC a special surprise of the evening of Cloverdale's outstanding Citizen the new be accepting the gavel as President cocails will start doing their thing On Independence Day, July 4ta. YOur own home town! We have already going on down at the city park all day. for the Coast Guard Band to punc- I patriotic, drum-hanging music. Les 600 chicken halves for the big BBQ. is supplying the trimmings...Garnet for turtles" in the we can keep 'era cool until the, big much much more going on all day and with the Cloverdale Lions Club come! "TOUR-IFIC!" ...and the visitors are now. At press time, we 1500 visitors at the Center since anoers are leaving the First St. Bridge we actually have warm weather! summer began on June 21st....and it it's so beautiful, I'm taking an SOod book and head for the lake right na 1980 Itinerary ) at 12:15 p.m. via American :0e p.m. The entire group will depart 5620at 8:30 p.m. All valid United States Passport to board a stop of 45 minutes in Iceland (very gift shop). The flight arrives At that point your chartered coach meet you. Overnight in (the oldest city in Germany) for (approx. $8.50 pp) Rhine Overnight Heidelburg. fancient walled city) via the city of coach, it would have to and passengers would carry own to hotel. aftemoo.n.. with sighUeing and Sightseeing of the city including a visit to via Ulm with tour the Black Forest to Strubourg. through Alsace-l.rraine, overnight at of Luxembourg City, then depart via 621 at 2:30 p.m., arriving Chicago at Airlines flight 47 departs Chicago at Francisco at 11:30 p.m. "Where's Charlle?" to be presented The arrival of Charley's Aunt has been delayed, and the need of a chaperone for two visiting young ladies causes Charley to pose as his own aunt. The humorous circumstances resulting from this charade provide the plot for "Where's Charley?" the Camp Rosa Players summer musical, set in 1900, at Ox- ford, England. The musical comedy will he held on several dales starting June 27-28 through August 1-2 at the Camp Rosa Playhouse at 2140 Fitch Mtn. Rd. in Healdsburg. "Once In Love With Amy" and "My Darling" are two of the all time musical favorites from (his show. Members of the cast are: Mickey Sheenan, Karen Grotte, Rick Lawson, Wendy Wilcox, George Baker, Patsy Nees, John McTeer, Barry Cameron, Steve Williams, John Ward, Maureen Garrigan, Shelby Sheehan, Jenny Salvon, Barbara Ward, Francesca Trouette, Jane Guilfoy, Susee Engdahl, and Bobble New. For further information call 433-4557. Gravel mining controversy continues Public hearing resumed Tuesday night (June 24) before the Board of Super- visors on the controversial proposal to drastically cut back gravel mining in Sonoma County. Under scrutiny was the Aggregate Resources Management Study (ARMS) which the North Coast Builders Exchange views as "an extreme and repressive proposal not at all warranted by conditions surrounding the gravel industry". At the last public session tMay 21) geologists and hydrologists familiar with the Russian River system testified that loss of prime soil can be avoided in terrace gravel operations along the "middle reach" of the river. This can be accomplished by diverting high water flow through the terrace pits, causing them to be refilled with sediment within a reasonable period of time, the experts testified. They said the pits can he restored to agricultural production, or put to other uses approved in advance by the County. Fear of loss of prime soil has been the main cause of opposition from some far- mers, but the new data supporting reclamation should put thai criticism to rest, say industry leaders. Also, farmer opposition to lhe establishment of a number of new hardrock quarries has been mounting. The County Planning Department has proposed that the hillside quarries be started up to replace gravel extraction along the river. The farmers see such quarries adversely impacting orchards, vineyards and other farming, while gravel industry spokesmen declare the quarries cannot produce the quality and quantity of aggregate needed. Many farmers along the river would like continuation of gravel extraction at current rate of activitity convinced that the operations protect farmlands by preventing bank erosion and providing flood control. Gravel industry spokesmen have said they welcome a counly monitoring and regulation program but that the ARMS proposal in present form is too harsh and will put Ihem out of business "in a mailer of months". AI the previous session, economists testified the gravel industry directly and indirectly supports 18 percent of the county economy. Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES .... Both, cars and trucks... $24" For most types, 6 and 12 volts. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 too. guarantee. Gerdes Auto Wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-2186 By Nobody in Particular TWENTY FIVE YEARS The local Knights of Columbus celebrated their twenty-five years of service June 18, 1980 and honored the Cloverdale High School Band by inviting them to perform a concert. The Band reciprocated by giving an outstanding per- formance...and a sneak preview of the coming Vienna at- tractions. Music selections included the patriotic "Star Spangled Spectacular" and the guests gave the Band a standing ovation. Mr. "C" stated, "I will be very proud to play this music in another country!" OUTSTANDING' ! Another outstanding gift to the Cloverdale High School Band was that of Papa John who gave his recreation park for a whole day so the kids and their parents could enjoy them- selves before they get off on the road to Vienna. Included in that day of fun and recreation was another outstanding gift. King Novella (his father is Danny...who works at Italian Swiss Colony), a young Healdsburg man donated his Disco Band for the day's entertainment. King has the second largest stereo sound system in the State and has a busy playing schedule covering several counties. He does a lot of work for High Schools throughout the County and we deeply appreciate this young man and his thoughtful way of helping the Band. Our young people are pretty spectacular. King's offer was beautiful and genuine...and I will place it in my memories along with that of the five HIgl chools who contributed financially. Geyserville was first, then Ukiah, Healdsburg, Sebastopol and Analy. A gold star and a bouquet to each. FAMOUS We're becoming famous Cloverdale! We owe a debt to the Cloverdale Reveille, Press Democrat, Examiner, Channel 7, and Channel 4. (The Healdsburg Shopper did a few stories too. ) But, if it hadn't been for Editor Janice Corey and her co- oPerat ion...the story of Vienna would never have been told. Her insight to the importance of the story and her en- couragement to me to continue were invaluable. Janice knows how much I appreciate all that she did...including the photographs...and the extra time and the many..many...hours of planning and discussion that it took to put il all together. The whole town is aware of the beautiful work you have done Janice...not just this past six months...but since you became editor of the Reveille. Thank you, thank you, thank you ! NEXT?? One of the next things on the agenda will he the Continental Breakfast the Cloverdale Bakery is planning for the Band... June 28 9 a.m....at the Bakery. If you wish to add your wishes...join us there. I think, this is what I am thinking...I think will happen next. Mr. "C" is (is...or I think...may he) planning a main street concert for you. It is (or will be...I think) the Bands way of saying, "Thank you, Cloverdale!" What a lovely idea, Mr. "C"! Too had we didn't help Erlene get the Bandstand at the Park built and ready for this momentous, historical occassion. That's it folks! The kids leave on June 2, 1980, from the San Francisco Airport...12:15 p.m. via American 214. PROUD I am so proud of this town. I am proud of each and every one of you. You beautiful...fan- tast ic...wonder ful..outstanding..generous...amazingly warm hearted and loving human beings. I could not_.it would not...have happened without you. You did it, Cloverdale. We did it, Cloverdale! We have to he the most blessed town in the whole wide world! (I think Dena Gamhetia has been praying for you for the past twenty or'more years! All good things take lime...so never..ever...give up hope! ) Ray's M ATS00 & Delicatessen MONTEREY JACK CHEESE Sliced or by the Piece DINNER FRANKS Large Plump and Old Fashioned CALL FOR QUOTES ON ROASTING CHICKENS 4-6 ,b. average 6900. CORNISH GAME HENS 22oz. lealc FILLET OF St rictl_y 2 1 RED SNAPPER Fresh BABY BEEF LIVER 149 lb.  LOCKER BEEF ; Cloverdole FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Daily 7:o am - 6:30 pm Store Hours: Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm ' Prices Effective - June 25 Thru June 29 iiii Produce et Its Beet :: i!ii Prkll iii i!ii ilii end OualHy * .! \\; 55 lencia 55700 Lettuce Dads DAD'S ROOT BEER 6 pack 12oz. Cello PEANUTS 12oz. Bag Salted or Plain 1 19 89' Ajax Liquid , DISH DETERGENT 32oz. 13" Ajax s=R,00z. 311 0 29,00 :iii ea !iii Precious Precious CHEESE 12OZ. 189 ntalope 59Y00 ! Bananas L., ce '" Nice "511 ,rn ears ::. ::::- ed pefruit 4189 ' Romaine ini 3,bs. / 1 Jumbo rooms 1 Russet Potatoes I[flower 59