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August 13, 1980

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Chatter By VIVIAN WEER 'eral folks have inquired recently about D and whether or not it will be reopened in Davini, who owns the building is still in the courts. She does, however, action is near. it will be in operation again, but people who know Cloverdale the majority of Cloverdale people will the theatre is in the hands of her attorney, He can be contacted at 439 Center Street, 916.673-S420. A reader, Mike Garrison in Miohigan, is Bill Watts. Bill graduated from in 1962. He has a brother named was "Buzz." If you know the s family, you can call Chamber Chatter for Board of Directors of the Chamber met August meeting Monday night, the 4th. it to order. Other directors present low Bowman, John Pearson, Ray Janice Hay. Absent were Pat and Chris W'rrtz. items discussed was the continuation of meetings with breakfasts, lunches or programs have already indicated inthefall. They are: Paul a speaker from Youth Hotline; and a FREEPAC (Free Market Political the monfhly meetings in October. and Jan Hay will make up the corn- reported on "New Businesses" committee system to learn of each business Qoverdale. This will give the Omrnher and welcome new businesses in the a was made on the hearing at- before the Board of Supervisors to various projects in the new fiscal year. Budget was discussed and a financial year was given each director. center posters were handed out for of tourist center services last year. the Board of Directors will be held on 8, at 8 p.m. at the Tourist Omter. The public and anyone is invited. be given a week in advance to place an :qpose most of you have received a note by requesting history compiling. of my family history and discovered a the American Revolution, my great owned an unusual and talented very rooster is recorded in the annals of Paul Revere made his famous ride, it seems Tory who was hiding in the hen house. thm-e for Paul and shoot him with a rooster with daring courage, set the hens saved Paul Revere...and subsequently, ! a statue of this famous rooster wa bearing this inscription (I hope you're Chicken Catch A Tory." Bridge Winners & Durfee. 4. Ron McEwan & Sophie & Dorothy Reinstra. 5. Jim Peterson & Earl k & Dave Conaway. Co-Op to open Sept. 8 Co-Op Sept. s would in attend the come to oft 7 fees range from $16 per month for one day a week to $24 per month for five days a week. a few one of fly one one Week and 'e offered or during offers a for other lay it is a friends a very The n , District Committee fan for and Rosa II. at 917 5 fresh- # / //, Lady Laughmaker Peggy King adds her colorful, comedy talents to the lively 110th Edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Wednesday, August 13, 1980- Page 5 Clown to entertain shut-ins Children of all ages love the Scheduled to make ap- circus. But some of those pearances at every possible kids, whether through illness children's ward of area or lack of funds, won't be able hostals and special library o sit curbside at Rin,ling branches, Kevin will be Bros and Barnum & Bailey making lighl smiles in Curcus. So, to a small usually serious institutions degree, the circus is going to En route, the capricious them. laughmaker will be easy to Kevin Bickford, graduate spol. He will be driving a of Clown College and a special clown chariot made veteran Circus performer, especially for him by Datsun will be in the Bay Area and Bay Area artist Rosalyn August 11 through 15. Benjel. The ll0th Edition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will open at Ihe Oakland Coliseum August 19 with shows through the 26. The show then moves to the San Francisco Cow Palace for shows August 28 through September 1. Tickets available through both Coliseum and Cow Palace box offices and all major agencies. Immunization clinic August 26 clearance s there a $5 fee. foreign travel immunizations For further information, call which will be offered at this 527-2721. clinic. For further in- Fees are charged for formation, call 527-2721. I I =Sl I Lunch Dinner Or Choose From Our Complete Menu We're Open Every Day from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Closed Tuesday I the Redwood Smorgette A Sonoma County Public Health Family Immunization Clinic will be held on Tuesday, August 26, from 3-6 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Veteran's Memorial Building. There will be no clinic at the Public Health Rotunda on that day. The California School Immunization Law now requires that all children entering school for" the first iime are to be fully im- munized against Polio, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Measles, Mumps and Rubella. This includes public or private elementary or secondary school, child care center, day nursery, nursery school or develop- ment center. There is no charge for the immunizations. Only when T.B skin tests are ad- ministered for work 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. II I Citrus Squares By WES CROSS Several couples from the Cloverdale Citrus Squares joined the Healdsburg Country Dancers at Hoffman Park, Geyserville for a barbeque and dance, Thursday evening, July 31. Cal Calloway, president, and his wife Becky, Wes and Louise Cross, Ron Cole, Bobby Cole, Arlene Botkin and Elma Draut all enjoyed a cool time in the outdoor dancing area. Tom Walton is the Country Dancers caller. On August 2, a square of the Cloverdale dancers attended a hoedown at Lakeport. Mike Wright was the caller for the night. Charles and Sandi Retherford took their van, and BOb and Virginia Pederson, Jim and Janie Cotter and Wes and Louise Cross rode with them. It was a hot time even though the guest group (The Spinners) had a number of fans placed around the room. A new beginners square dane class for adults will start September 8 at 7 p.m. at Jefferson School on North Street. If you have never square danced before but think it would be fun, now is your chance to start from the very beginning with others in the same fix, and learn the basic steps. Experienced dancers will he on hand to assist you. Vanya Leighton is the overdhle-Citrus Squares caller and will teach the new class. Regular workshops continue at the Jefferson School each Monday night throughout August. On the evening of August 25, the Cloverdale Citrus Squares will host the "Saucy Squares" of Sebastopol to a Potluck supper and square dance. Dr. Edward F. Johnson CHIROPRAiTOR Personal Injury . Full Spine Technique Insurance Cases Phisio Therapy = Workmen's Comp. = Applied Kinesiology = Medicare = Nutrition 109 S. Main St., Cloverdale For Appointment Call 894-3608 Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-6, Sat 9.12 b Is the HIGH COST of Cooling Becoming Roy's M ATS & Delicatessen HAM SHANKS TILLAMOOK CHEESE 2,' Mecl. Sharp Cheddar sliced or by piece TEXAS BROIL BBC) STEAK Boneless CHUCK ROAST ROASTING CHICKENS CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF 4-6 lb. average Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Store Hours: Daily 7:no am - 6:30 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - 8-13 thru 8-17-80 CHECK THESE PRICES :::: -: SQUIRT !!i! 2 liter 99* Tomatoes 39,: ilil mET PEPS, ::::::! MUG ROOT BEER 99 Crispy i:i: :::: ery 2900. !il SUNKIST OR.dGE .... . Country Time 99 -'-'---:i:i Large Bell i:: LEMONADE 2 liter ers 4900. :iiii:+: De, Monte Viva ii cot.up ,ow.,. ,n ,, oz o.,. 99' Large ,o,, 89 Beans :: __=:::_:=_=____=_=_____:::: i:i: Cloverdale Lions Club Tickets here 59 iili White Cane Days Pancake Breakfast Bunch Sept. 7 Adults 2.75 Children 1.50 :.:. 10 & under /"UnBEARable"? ge 2 1,01::i00 .. BEAT the Heat w,,. 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