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Page 6- Wednesday, October 1, 1980 WE CRY Jim Delfino (Delfino Electric) reminded me of this famous quote: It's philosophy and lesson can be applied to many things in many ways. "I cried because I had no shoes and then one day I saw a man who had no feet!" We are crying...aren't we? And there is'no doubt we will continue to cry, because that's the way we are. Too often "we cry" because "we" have no shoes or feet to put them on, forgetting the millions who have never had shoes or feet. OH MOLLY  ! I feel sorry for the president! ! My father used to say, "The president doesn't make the times...the times make the president." I believe it, he was right! (Molly Warlick) P.S.: If anyone out there has a problem and wants a straightforward, down to earth, no punches pulled answer, go see Molly. She'll straighten you out in a hurry. I HAVE A FRIEND I ordered a salad for dinner. The waitress was a friend we had not seen for a long time. She brought me a "small" dinner salad saying, "You can put some beans on it...I'll bring some more. (The beans were with the hors d'oeuvre) I thought that was nice so I agreed, thinking I would not only save a little money, I would save a little fat ! After dinner (the small salad and a cup of coffee) I asked what kind of desserts were available. The waitress, who is the friend said, "They charge a dollar for ice cream here." Oh? Having given excellent service the friend brought the bill, fussed around the table a bit, picked up the last dish, dusted the last ash, and as she was leaving, heading for the kitchen, she muttered quietly, "You can eat your ice cream at home!" I can? Oh? Okay! I really wanted the ice cream but I thought it over. If your friends don't care about you, who will? After all, what is a friend for? SUPER SUPER SALES We were in another state recently and I went into one of those huge shopping centers that I call the "super" super sales. Everything our little hearts desire is in those stores. You name it, they got it! ' There was only one thing wrong from my point of view. The odor (and the labels) coming from that "super" super sales told me that most of the goods had come from one of those * well-known other countries supplying much of the goods to most of our stores in many of our "super" shopping centers today. And then, I understand why the "Union Label" has to advertise. And then, I remembered the wisdom of the words of the 75 year old man to the young men of ten yedii's ago, who were making demands for mote and bigger. "Soon you will want to sit on the bench and collect your money!" Many of those young men of ten years ago are sitting on the bench today, collecting their money, for the reason I described above and because as one astute businessman said, "The American public Ires an insatiable desire for goods, and services." MORE AND BIGGER More and bigger may not necessarily be better. More and bigger brings us an increase of all the goodies we desire...but it also brings with it an increase of the things we do not desire, including crime and violence. The big cities have had more and bigger for a long time now and the big city exodus to the small country towns such as Cloverdale ought to be a warning to those of us who desire more and bigger too soon or before we have to. More and bigger costs money. In spite of what many, in certain professions believe, there is no "free" waterfall. More and bigger goods, services, programs, projects all cost somebody somewhere something! For the most part, more and bigger costs those who can least afford it, especially the hardy souls who are still working and still paying taxes. A bureaucratic albatross is hanging around the necks of the American people in the form of a well-known, off used philosophical tape worm, "Let's spend it or they'll take it back." Or, "If we don't get it, they will!" The only (only?) problem with that bit of wisdom is that "everybody" thinks the same way. Everybody "wants" theirs...and so the tape worm eats and then goes on and on and around and around. Chardin (Pierre Teilhard De Chardin) has a description that I think fits, "A society will complicate itself...until it, turns on itself...and then it will simplify." Is more and bigger really better? Notice Correction The Manzanita Manor Photo credit of the Will Auxiliary will have a table Johnson, Vickie Borga at the Flea Market on Oc- wedding in last week's tober 4 at the Citrus edition was inadvertently Fairgrounds and are asking omitted. It should have for white elephant articles been credited to George to be donated. They say no Gambetta. clothing, please. Snap Menu Wednesday Lettuce-Tomato Salad Veal Parmesaen Italian Vegetables French Bread Apricot. 11ursday Baked Ham Sweet Potato Peas and, Onions Whole.neat Bread Fruit Pie Friday OranBe Juice" Baked gbldum Sliced Beets Baked Potato Sliced Peaches Mmday ._ Cle Slaw Frm.k{ur t. w-mtmtard Potato Salad Roll Pudding with Fruit Tuesday Green Salad Spaghetti w- Meat Sauce Broccoli French Bread Pears Wednesday Tomato Juice Roast Turkey w-Gravy Rice Pilaf Sliced Carrots Fruit Jello Milk and tea or coffee served with all meals. $1 suggested donation for seniors 60 years of age and over and their spouses. Call 894-2961 before 3 p.m. for reservations. Antique Auto Club comes to Cloverdaleze0000dg *hose attending * ., The Santa Rosa Chapter of the Horseless Carriage Club of America celebrated its 25th anniversary with a com- memorative tour last weekend. Cloverdale stopover at the Vet's Building where they were served lemonade, were charter members Mr. coffee and doughnuts, and Mrs. William Small in During their weekend tour their 1911 Marmon and they also visited the towns Francis McRaynolds, a 25- of Navarro, Boonville, year member, in his 1919 Healdsburg and Ukiah. Chandler. Vintage cars from 1900 to 1931 chugged their way to Their nights were filled The tour chairman was Cloverdale Friday. Pat with banquets and en- Orin J Campion Rose, the president of the tertainment at the Manor The blub meets on the Cloverdale Chamber of Inn in Ukiah. third Friday of each month Commerce, and Chamber Guests included people at the Northern California Manager Vivian Weer were from southern California, Savings and Loan Building hostesses for the club's Washington and New on Courthouse Square. ) '1 American Legion Auxilary William Russell Ledford Unit 293 By DENA GAMBETTA Now that school is back in session, William Russell Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary, through the able leadership of Viola Mack, education chairman, are turning their thoughts to the schools and bow the auxiliary could better help students in" any way, but especially towards higher education. The auxiliary has just ordered five "Need a Life" booklets. These booklets have every form of scholarships offered throughout the United States. The booklet lists all colleges, universities, private companies, grants, loans, etc., that are offered. To show you how important this booklet is, in a recent question and answer program, the question was asked where is the best higher education scholarships offered, and the answer was "Need A Lift" booklet. In a university in southern • California news bulletin, they published a story about "Need A Lift" and the demand4r the booklet was so great, that the head office ran out of the booklets. Our P unit has ordered five of the booklets. One will e placed in the public library, one at the high school library, one goes to the Girls Staler, one to the president andone to the education chairman. If you have an opportunity, look through he booklet, it will be well worth your while. The auxiliary has also ordered 100 pamphlets entitlee "Guide for Parents and Students which will be distributed to every eighth grader and each student in the high school. But, the nicest part of all this, is that the auxiliary has raised their local scholarship from $200 to $300. This scholarship is open to any senior, all you ,do is get the form from Counselor Jane Nervo, and fill in and get it back to the chairman by May I, 1981. Besides the local scholarship, there are many scholarships offered on state and national level. \\; First of all, any high school senior may apply for applicable to a Jumor college vocational and trade II I CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE school. There are three $50(: scholarships offered, plus five $800 scholarships in the field' of teaching, nursing, therapy, medical profession or allied fields. There is one $500 Department President's Scholarship offered to a California applicant; one $300 Carol Marks Memorial Scholarship for vocational training, one $250 Eliza London Shephard Memorial scholarship for post- NEED VISION CARE SERVICES?. select a doctor of optometry from the , I IIIIk ' IIIIIlf00 American Optometric Association Affiliated With The Redwood Empire Optometric Society TELEPHONE 527-7803 MEMBERS SANTA ROSA DAREL E, ASHLEY 6543 Montito Blvd./3.. 539-2310 ROGER H. 60UCHER 515 Framers L=ne ...... 545-7056 • ARTHUR R, BOWDON 838 - 4 St .......... 542-3404 MLLiS P. CAMPSELL 515 Fann Lane ...... 545-70£d$ MICHAEL D. CHAMBERLAIN 95 MontllOmwY Dr. H208.. 5-0700 • ROIERT S. FOO 2655 Clowland Aw ...... 54241883 RAYMOND L. GOTTLIEB 327 Co Aw ........ 527-9137 • J. MICHAEL HARMON 1421 Mmtgomm'Y Dr .... 526-5512 R. DAVID JONES 95 MontlomerY Dr., 1208 . 525-0700 DENNIS R, KENNEDY 208 E St ............ 546-3836 • PAUL R. KENT 14545 Los Alemos Rd ...... 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LEE 127 Kdw St .......... 71241293 WAYNE E. MUSSIER 1510 E. llVmll= St ..... 7113.2235 • GERALD T. PITTLER 411 II St, $W I .......... /11-14Z3 • ALICE I. TRAYLE 136 Kdl St., ito A ...... 7112411143 ROHNER T PARK LEO J. BECNEL Sydos Lmm, Svit* A... 7115-9565 • RICHARO B. BOYLE Commm Bird ....... 7115-2429 JAMES E. BRUNS Conmmo  ....... S1-7294 • RONALD L, HARRIS iHi20 Commm  ....... 7115-2421 * MLLIAM C. LEE 11120 Comnwm BW... .... N5-24. PETER WEBER, III Sin/din Lam, Sv A ...5-955 \\; * NOT LISTED IN THE CURRENT SONOMA COUNTY TELEPHONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES I I graduate in literary field. There is a $1,500 National President's scholarship offered to a veteran's child who is a senior in high school and must actually be in need of financial assistance. The scholarships are judged on the following scale: character 20 percent, basis of need 30 percent, Americanism 20 percent, scholarship 20 percent and leadership 10 percent. Our next The deadline for any of October 8, these scholarships is March the 15; and the applicant must Building, at have three letters of will character reference from a newly school official, former Hotline. employer, or clergyman, a planning to picture, transcript of this cor grades, proof of residen- program, ce, and aletter from the few applicant atesting to their to qualifications, ex: tracurricular activities and , very new 1 civic participation. Abundanl Li00inq PROPII[CY Presenting Answers... Through ProphecYl See and Hear Prophecy Come to Life Before Your Eyes! A clear understanding of the Bible's most intriguing books- DANIEL AND REVELATION ." behold a fourth terrible, and stron • ]I had great iron tt horns, "' Daniel 7:7 BEGINNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 IN CLOVERDALE 7:30 P.M. Nightly "1 consider came ug among this and a mouth 5peakill ' Daniel 7 :e Cloverdale Fairgrounds Arts& Crafts Building (# ] Citrus Fair Drive) FREE ADMISSION A different subject presented each night including: What is the Mark of the Beast? • Who is the Antichrist • Can You Communicate With The Dead? "'And I Mood t, Revelation 13 : 1 Continues nightly through November 2 (except Non Will Europe Reunite Into A One World Government?