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July 23, 1980

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Wednesday, July 23, 1980- Page 5 Chatter * The Fair is over By ViVlAN WEER sometimes difficult to return from make the necessary adjustments to this However! Good mail helps, from the band trip including post- and Louise Fennessoy who took their travels. lovely letter from a visitor and it all of Cloverdale. Jndity Cafarelli Mass.: out on the West Coast and stopped in for a few days. I enjoyed it very the july 4th park fair and fireworks with how clean it was and no gangs In fact, the way the whole town is Motel was also very pleasurable ,) Yours truly, Judith M. Cafarelli." This kind of contact brings big You may be sure Judith ! the Reveille to bring her up to date on of Vienna." Cloverdale's Mayor Jack Domenichelli and his wife. Fran, presented the flowers to the winning horse, Lionne, last Thursday at the Sonoma County Fair. Also present for the occasion, left to right were: Supervisor Nick Esposti and Domenichelli's son. Hi r One week of my "not planned" r where I had the pleasure town of Weaverville from the eyes . of a busman's holiday for Chamber " ) ' the museum, the Joss House, the art - the Trinity County Chamber of tour (so private I went by myself) hike to see the sites. a big sigh after producing their Parade .... Not easy when they all week with CaiTrans. The ex- traffic was a bit confusing with no street. Dlhesmali world dept. I had the occasion shops including the "'Gold Pan Gift actually knew where Cloverdale I concluded my small purchase, High School. who has kids in school knows Mrs. the lady was the maid of honor in her visited a dress shop, and who should be room but Eleanor Rudolph, who fwst because of my strange tourist r a very large floppy hat. We had a nice she is moving back to Cloverdale (or) Now for the had news... Everyone to tell about the Amazing Census Bureau short form of it all. I simply have to with the system over the past few I, like all Americans, received the blank out to the best of my knowledge and It happened to be the long form a htLle apartment I do not own. This mind (leaving a number of not apply to my case). But, being a fairly, I thought, except for he property where I That is really none of my business, is there followed a number and visits from the census lady to me. Someone up in ' decided it was the way I had filled "This is why your form was the census lady who (this time) asked of employment. I answered land felt, quite frankly, that some were I mean, if no one else lives ,in the qtell them the color of skin of people who dog but he died," I said. when, upon my return from said a letter waiting from Census Bureau. It description of where I and could be equally i to their records m address indicates California. "I live in P.O. Box 381. I have and a matchbook for a table." bay window, but due to vandalism, a only one key opens it now. To to see the people come and go and I that window .... My rent is quite is delivered to my door every to visit me for further information, it gets pretty crowded around the first of the month! Very awaitinK a reply.) is-good to be back in Cloverdale, the new gre carpet on the front Joe Bowman and Dale Peterson, the added attraction themselves and the Owl We even have a wider street at this You noticed? thank Neat Plumbing who did a here last week. Iek. I see where the Reveille changed Wever in my absence. How soon they why this strikes me so funny, but lunch" at The Hungry Hutch last name in the want ads. I think this 'n Things from the Vienna experience the of us is the loving statement by Carol great trip and we enjoyed it, but is nothing like the and friendliness!" (Tour Guide for the Band) will be ale. I know be will be We hope there will be time for an in- C, you did Rood! FAILS, LOVE k We weren't sure whether Bonnie and John Pearson, owners of Papa John's Restaurant, looked so happy because they were winners of a race or just having a good time at Cloverdale Day at the Fair. Photo by Janice. Streetcar Named Desire opens July 29 Tickets have been placed on sale at Summer Repertory Theatre's Box office for the eagerly-awaited presentation of "A Streetcar Named Desire," the Pulitzer Prize play by Tennessee Williams. This is the alternately tur- bulent and tender drama which played to capacity houses on Broadway for two solid years, shattered at- lendance records on tour in this country and repeated its success abroad in London, Paris, Rome and Vienna. SRT's production of this record-breaking hit will open July 29 at Luther Burbank Auditorium on the Santa Rosa Junior College Campus and will continue here for 10 performances through August 25. "Streetcar" is set in the French Quarter of New Orleans, a city which Ten- nessee Williams claims has provided him with more material for his plays than any other part of the country. The unending parade of two trolley cars, one named Desire and the other ('emetery, up and down Royal Street. struck Williams as having some symbolic bearing on life, and inspired the picturesque title of the celebrated play. Blanche DuBois, the play's distraught heroine, to be protrayed here by Linda Nichols, arrives on the streetcar named Desire when she comes to live with her sister, Stella, and her sister's brawling husband, Stanley Kowalski. A former schoolteacher, Blanche is fusily elegant, spends most of her time primping, covering things that are dingy with things that are bright and fleeing reality. When audiences first meet her they are moved to pity that poverty forces such a prim and dainty creature {o live in a grim tenement under the same roof wilh a cruel, animal-like S|anley. When it is gradually revealed Ihat her past was shoddy--Ihal, in Sianely's words, "Dame Blanche is no The 1980 Sonoma County Fair drew to a close Saturday with thousands of fairgoers and horse racing fans leaving new attendance records. Sunday saw a crowd, as usual for the sale of flowers and plants at the Hall of Flowers, which is an annual event that draws bargain hunters from every part of the county. Overall attendance passed the 400,000 mark for the first time rathe fair's history. The 1979 fair drew a total of 373,643 people. Pari-mutuel betting was up 10.07 percent over last year's previous high. A total of $12,926,190 was bet during the twelve days of racing which gives a daily average of $1,077,182. Forgotten Ruler, ridden by George Marciel was the winner of the Geyserville race last Thursday at the Sonnma County Fair. Gall Esposti presented the flowers to the winner. Also present for the occasion were, left to right: Miss Sonoma Ray's M ATS00 & Delicatessen POLISH SAUSAGE 22 TILLAMOOK CHEESE 2o9 Med. Sharp Chedar lb. lily"--audiences continued to pity this desperale, flighty creature, but for different reasons. A girlgood ma.rriage crushed by shocking disillusionment had driven Blanche into dessolute living and, finally, into a pmlic of pitiful mental defenses against a world she cannot .fathom or fight with its own weapons. Linda Nichols, as the anchorless deception-ridden Blanche, a desolated symbol of a detached and irrelrievable pasl, will have one of Ihe longes and most celebrated roles of the American stage. This was the role created on Broadway by Jessica Tandy, and portrayed in London and in the motion picture version by Vivian Leigh, who won an Oscar for her role as the debased Southern belle. In addition to Ron Kohn, as Stanley, the tough brother-in- law with whom Blanche is instinctively at enmity by every thread of custom and background; and Gretchen Rumbach as Stella, Stanley's contented wife; Kevin Dwyer will be seen as Mitch, who thinks he is reaching for the stars to dare to love the misspent Blanche, until Stanley lips his friend that Blanche had been driven from her hometown because of her scarred and sordid past. Others in SRT's presen- tation of "Streetcar," which is being directed by Dr. Thomas Bower, will Ann Janowsky, Schreiber. Deborah Miller, Lauren Hewitt, Suzanne Grodner David Frank, FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 It was the first time the Sonoma County Fair maintained a million-dollar- day-plus average. The 1979 total was $11343,554 which was a daily average of $978,630. The attendance on the last day of racing was 15,434. In 1979, the last day's figure was 14,931. 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