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Page 4 - Wednesday, August 20, 1980 Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER UP FRONT: We simply must draw your attention to a couple of "Nu-Look" projects going on in Cloverdale which certainly spruces up the appearance of our main boulevard. "Fred's Tavern" is having plastic surgery with a new stucco and rock complexion that really looks smashing On the hill north of town, the complex of shops housing "Stan's Pizza" is also having a face lift which will peel years off the structure, and the "nose job" takes on the village look. Incidentally, at Stan's, it's "Pizza-by-appointment" which works out well for both partys (Stan and the consumer). They take your name and phone number and call you back when your order is ready This expedites things for all concerned. No warming over or waiting here. If you are planning to remodel, build or just "spruce up" Chamber Chatter would like to know and brag about it. Just give us a call. TEE VEE NEWS: Had a letter this week from KFTY-TV (Sonoma Broadcasting, Inc.) enlightening us to the fact that "The Sonoma-Napa-Lake region of northern California will soon have their own commercial television station, broad- casting news and information about the people of this great part of the country in which we live. Local needs and in- terests, city and county government, recreation, industry, business news and other activities of interest will get constant attention from KFTY-TV 50. They have cordially invited Chamber Chatter to lunch on the morrow so will have more on this next week. Ha HUM: Well, summer (spring?) is winding down to be carefully folded like a light comforter and stored away for the wintertime The once green lime-covered hillsides have turned to pumpernickle brown punctuated here and there with the mighty oaks, which remain stubborn in color until the Indian Summer winds rape the branches bare. There is beauty in every season, though, if only the beholder would take the time to study nature's master plan. I didn't find the beauty in the silhouette of a naked tree until I saw it sketched against a sunset sky, black and important looking, and busy behind the scenes (underneath) pushing young roots which ultimately would mature its visual beauty come next sping. The un-ending cycle Nature learned about re-cycling long before the aluminum beer can was invented You can bet your boots There are reasons for all seasons... COMMON CENSUS: I must close for now for I am off to see my friend Arla Jean. You remember Arla Jean. She is the dutiful housewife who can give you an opinion on absolutely anything. Aria Jean's lifestyle is based simply on common sense, and in this day and age when everything seems so, complicated, my friend can see solutions to world problems in such a simple way, it is uncanny. Actually, Arla Jean could be President, but she doesn't have time because she still irons sheets and her husband's jockey shorts every day. But I want to ask Arla Jean, this week, about such things as "Why do we have Primary Elections?" and "Did Masters and Johnson really lie? .... Do you think JR should run for President?" and "Why didn't Billygate simply go to Bank of America for his 'loan'?" I expect to hear comment on next week from my friend who is playing her role in society as the American housewife, probably better than any politician you have ever known. Hang in there! ! ! All this, and more. Calendar of Events n i i i l ii I Wednesday, August 20 Cloverdale 4-H at Jefferson School, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Grange at Grange Hall 8 p.m. Knights of Columbus at Parish Hall, 8 p.m. Supervisor Esposti at Veterans Memorial, 9 a.m. VFW Bingo at Veterans Memorial, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 21 Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore, 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa Johns, 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peters Church, 8 p.m. Sunday, August 24 Relief Society LDS Church at the LDS Church, 9 a.m. Junede Roche, Vaudevillian Star at Isis Theatre, Geyserville, 5 p.m. Monday, August 25 Square Dance Class at Jefferson School, 7 p.m. Merchantx Association at Council Chambers, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 26 Druids at Druid's Hall, 8 p.m. Hospital District at Citrus Fair, 7:30 p.m. City Council at City Hall, 8 p.m. A party was h(]d at the Cloverdale Coffee Shop's new banquet room Friday for residents of the Cloverdale Senior Iiousing, King's Valley, on Friday afternoon for the residents who moved there in 1974 and 1975 when the apartments were first opened. Shown in front row. left to right: Esther Williamson, Esther Hill. Ardie Peep. Sulvira Ware. Helen Pacher. Verna Spinner, Sylvia.Thatch. Odele Senior Citizen news By MILDREN ZARUCCH! Our August 13 meeting including a pot luck lunch had 79 members attending. We were greeted at ,he dearby Evelyn and Francois Lutz, who are always happy to see us and shake our hands. Doxology and Happy Bir- thday were sang for the birth- day people. Among those present were: Theresa Densler, who became a new member, Phillip Fortune and Della Darland, who is 102 this month! Jan Freeman and Mary Johnson brought them down from Manzanita Manor. Thanks girls! Before lunch "Joe Anello presented Orville Burnside with a Citation Plaque for his work with the children of 4-H Club, the great Christmas parties he helps put on for local children, and his Senior Syncopators Band. He got a great round of applause from all members and thanked one and all. After lunch the Oath of Allegiance was given and "God Bless America" was sung opening the business meeting. We learned more on our transportation problems so we may get to keep our Car-o-Van after all The following guests at- tended: Marie Sharr, from Plainville, Conn., and Bar- bara Williams from Yorba Linda, Ca. Welcome back to Dora Lingner and Ruby his health. Pauline Barnes was elected to fill his chair. Our sunshine chairperson reported the following cards were sent (get well) Virgie Shaner, still on sick list, Mimi Gnecco, Keith Muir, Ella Call and Ernest Krause, who is home now and feeling fine once again. New on the sick list from Windsor--Loren Murry and here at home Irene Moore. Mil Allen will send cards to them. If you are interested in travel, see Betty Casper in ,he lobby, she has all the latest data. The Grange Card party will be August 23 at 8. Next meeting September 10 slides of the high school band's Vienna trip will be shown..Be sure and come as this is something extra special to us all. Vanya Leighton from Napa would like to start a Square Dance exercise class for Senior Citizens here in town at Jefferson School 6-6:30, $1 each lesson starting Sep- tember 8. She promises it won't be too fast, but more to our needs, as exercise. For more information and sign up, call Rachel Garrison: 894-3810. Out of 300 members, 79 isn't much of a turn out! The following persons won door prizes: John Trappy, Nora Trappy, Vivian Burnside, Leah Noriel, Viola Groves, Theresa lola, Marion Williams, Ernest Krause, ! King and Josephine Paterson. Back row: Ernie Krause. Charles Hill. Mr. Livingston. Anne Krause, Betty Anderson, Mrs. Livingston, Dorothy Lunstead, Pauline Barnes,*Theresa Wentz, Charles Skinner. Marion Williams and Grace Marion. Photo by Janice. The CETA Band played and sang for senior citizens after the meeting. The members of the band were: Kendick Freeman, Geyser Sonoma debuts Zinfandel. best rich rolling Harvested grapes of .83 prized of fandel bouquet berries. Aged barrels, Zinfandel bodied by its 1976 fandel is wine with acidity ments Bussone. produces a aging Clifford Rose,Blair Hard- it too hot? Or harvest of man, Ed Fender, Ken Winett. crops or vacation? Come Pricedst$ It was very beautiful, again any time you are winery, We still miss seeing so always welcome. Until next 3046caseS many of our old members. Is month, keep trying ! County Ray's MEATS & Delicatessen SHORT RIBS OF BEEF FONTINA CHEESE CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 iiii PRODUCE A (FOR LESsITS BEST ii!iiii LAMB CHOPS USDA Choice Lg. Loin LAMB STEAKS LEG OF LAMB USDA Choice BREAST OF LAMB Boneless CHUCK ROAST USDA Choic Daily 7:t0 am - 6: Store Hours: Sunday 9 am - 5 Free Delivery Every Day If 41 Prices Effective - Aug. 20, ThrU Kraft t REAL MAYONAISE Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall, 8 p.m. Hokensen. New members Freda Travis and Della iiii i:i: Fine Arts commission at 213MainSt.,7p.m. were: William Lingner and Darland, our 102 visitor from :::: CHECK THESE PR|CES ii::i Geri Tucker. Manzanita Manor! "::; .... :': Campbell's The kitchen crew was Henr Madden was a     i: Y P- 5/1 iii p ng *Geyserville khool Board thanked, as well as the table lauded for bet about the CREAM OF MUS commlttee, and the ones who only WWI vet left in our local.  O0 Continued from page, decorate the tables. Bless you Hank! ranges SOUP 10'o. STUDENT SCHOOLROOF We learned that Jesse Marie Akesson does a great  TRANSFERS REPAIR Chain, our treasurer, was job on the door prizes. mm iii transfersFour student interdistriCtwere okayed by the hBard members learned frced t mre t the cast fr Thanks Marie'is nr at.sin. R00Gi it5/1 iii: Purina tat work _ .__ogr .....  on 04[) Flat school board Stacy uugan  the recoatingoftheprimary Harvest Fair premium rapefru CAT FOOD tins wall attend Healdsourg school roof by district . All Varieties Elementary School, maintenanceworkers, books out l Large == :'i::i  J Suzannah Sbragia, Heald- They are iDOl" ;-- ^ ............. ,...,. 49 :::: sburg tt,g. cnooL" besne coating of asphalt and Premium Books for the there is still time to plan,  Peaches Mug Cannln, Healdsburg High aluminum tbat is expeeted to 1980 Sonoma County Harvest many flower and vegetable "J.:iii! Sunkist School; and Eden Fleming, last for 10-12 years. Fair are now available at all seeds for entries in the Geyserville Primary School. DEFERRAL chambers of commerce in the competition, tl :''::' Orange Root DENTAL CONTRACT Because the district has county, according to Saralee :YLarge ,, .,,= :-: Trustees renewed a 1980-81 enough cash on hand to pay llIbnlkJ El l lI1) "I" lr contract with the California Dental Service for dental insurance coverage for all employees. Cost is now $28.2? per employee per month. NEGOTIATOR Superintendent Robert Hileman reported that Mike Millerick, the district em- ployee contract negotiator, has resigned from the California School Boards' Association. Millericks replacement has not been announced by CSBA. construction cost for the new supervisor. - family-farm feature exhibit primary school buildings, The Harvest Fair will be which carries a $125 first trustees deferred adoption of the weekend of October 4 and place prize, requires a a tax anticipation r,olution. 5 this year. Entry forms minimum of 25 different The resolution would have must be returned to the products in the display, so enabled the district to borrow premium office at the Santa McClelland advised Sonoma up to $150,000 from the county Rosa Fairgrounds by Sap- County farmers wishing to on a short-term basis. The tember 22. enter restart saving items for loans are often made to McClelland noted that his display. ,, school districts until their tax revenue is collected and Cloverdale receives sales distributed. and use tax allocation Nearly $192 million was Transit districts received distributed this week to $10 million of the August California cities, counties, allocation. The San Fran- and transit districts from the cisco Bay Area Rapid Transit August allocation of sales and District (BART) received use tax. $5.4 million, the Santa Clara William M. Bennett, County Transit District Member, State Board of tSCCT) received $4.2 million, Equalization, announced and the Santa Cruz today that California cities Metropolitan District (SCM- received $123.5 million and T) received $450,000 from the the counties nearly $22 additional one-half percent million for a total of $145.5 sales tax paid in their million. Also, $36+4 milton respective counties. from the one-fourth percent The State Board of local sales and use tax was Equalization administers the paid to the counties for their six percent sales and use tax local transportation funds. ( six and one-half percent in The cily of Cloverdale the BART, SCCT, and SCMT received $16.500 as its share counties), four and three- of the $123.5 million and the quarters percent of which county of Sonoma received goes to the state and one $597,500 plus $412,500 for the and one-quarter percent to + h'al Iransportalion fund+ he cities and counl ies. A special meeting of the Cloverdale School Board has been rescheduled to August 27 at 7:30 p.m. Availability of funds to assist seniors The Sonoma County area population. The grants will agency on aging has an- be for the time period of nounced the availability  October 1, 1980 to June 30, funds for the purpose of 1981. assisting senior citizens in Information and ap- SonomaCounty. plication forms will be A total of $19,000 will he available at noon, on Friday, awarded for project(s) ad- August 15, 1980, from the area dressing the"priority,'areas agency on aging office. of the national older located at 2230 Professional Americans Act, and 15,000 Drive, Suite 102, Santa Rosa, for project(s) of any purpose CA 95401 or phone 5.7"/-3138. which assists the elderly Contac Person: Bill Gooch. 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