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Wednesday, November 26, 1980- Page 3 verain's Sixth ual Hollyberry approaching Sixth Annual Fair will be Hall" of from 10 November 30, the Friday immediately jewelry, homemade can- dies, jams and jellies, tree ornaments, stockings and much more ! There will also be the regular free wine tasting and the opportunity to purchase special gift boxes of Souverain wines and other items from the - 10eal artists and Winery's Gift Shop. will be selling their In addition to the Fair include: festivities, there will be Christmas intermittent entertainment stained all three days by the much linergrbread acclaimed 12 piece Culluden ottery, Moor Pipe Band (bagpipers). The award- winning Souverain Restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner, however, reservations will not be taken durng the Faire. Souverain Winery and restaurant is located ap- proximately 70 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and 20 miles north of Santa Rosa, just west of the In- dependence Lane exit off of Highway 101. There is no admission charge, and there is plenty of free parking. Clausen Service Academy Screening Committee to meet in Santa Rosa Congressman Don appoinlments depending on Clausen's Service Academy :he needs of the services. Screening Committee will "We've gone out of our way be meetng at 9 a.m. on . create a selection process Saturday and Sunday, which is as fair and ob- November 22 and 23, at the jecive as is humanly County Administration pssible." he said. "Our Center, Room 111E, 2555 goal is lo identify those Mendocino Avenue, Santa young men and women who Rosa. will provide our armed services with outstanding leadership qualities and a Clausen has one ap- .fficer's aptitudeduring the pointment to make to each years ahead." of the following service academies: the Military Clausen's Screening Academyat West Point, the Committee, Chaired by Naval Academy at An- Austin A. Kelly, Ad- napolis, the Air Force ministrator of Special Academy at Colorado Services of the Napa Valley Springs and the Merchant Unified School District, will Marine Academy at Kings be interviewing each of Point, New York. He may approximately 60 young also have some additional people who have applied for entrance to a service academy. After reviewing each applicant's qualifications, the com- mittee will rank them ac- cording to their potential and ten forward the list to Clausen for his review. Then he will send the names to the academies who will make the final selection. Upon arrival at the meeting, the applicants will be briefed as a group on the program. They will be encouraged to consider accepting an appointment to any of the academies since that will improve their prospects of success. Then the committee will in- terview each applicant individually. The Selection Committee will evaluate the applicants and assign them a numerical score in each of the following categories: appearance, posture, assurance and poise, ex- tracurricular activities, career" motivation, en- thusiasm, moral character, oral expression, academic records and academy motivation. "We are fortunate to have a Blue Ribbon Committee of highly qualfied people conducting the interviews and making the evaluations," Clausen added. "Many of the members have both military and vocational education backbrounds which will contribute to their ability to select the best possible applicants." "These interviews and the overall selection process are vitally important, not only to the applicants, but also to our nation. As we address our defense requirements for the next two decades, the quality of our military personnel will become increasingly im- portant. We have a large number of high caliber young people on the North Coast and we want to be certain that they all have equal access to these op- portunities. We believe our process is the best possible method of achieving that end," Clausen concluded. $ I in rlz Will be Given Away During the Cloverdale Merchants' Association's Here's How You Can Win. II out the coupons below, visit each participating merchant, and deposit in the Christmas Gift Box provided in their store.., you could win valuable gifts. Saturday December 20 at 12 noon, the be held under the City Christmas St. and North Cloverdale Blvd. limited to age 16 and over, with the ts being Eagle's Sportsworld and Cyclery. be prescott to win. ql a 2nd Annual Christmas e Drawing His' N Hers Cross J 14 KT. GOLD PENS I $80. Value J IVRIGHT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES J 228 S. Cloverdale Blvd. I m mml mlllllmlll 1Yr. supply of - VITAMINS $30. SILVA'S PHARMACY 117 Broacl St. llilmm ' DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO ;1 AND CASSETTE PLAYER I $99.95 Value : J WESTERN AUTO Open Sunday 796 S m Ctoverdale BlvO. Name Address Phone L m i m =ll Illm =lm m m m L, Name Address Phone mmmmlmm Dremel 4 ' TABLE SAW $99.95 Value Nesco MULTICOOKER $49.95 Value SCIAINI HARDWARE 124 S. Clover'dale Blvd. L Name Address Phone I '25 GIw CERTIFICATE -I WEBB'S FASHIONS I 111E Ist St. l I J Name m Address I_ Phone i m mmB i imm GIFT CERTIFICATE RASCO 790 S Cloverdale Blvd, rmmlm inllmlmmm m '25 GIFT CERTIFICATE ' TOWN & COUNTRY SHOP 121 N. Cloverdale Blvd, Name Address Phone Ill r i ilnl =ml i iml ill= ml i i m =ll ll ill lim nl C/P V2" Drive Air IMPACT WRENCH $89.95 Value PROFESSIONAL PARTS 1t5 E. 2rid St. Name J Address j Phone 10 OUTDOOR PORTRAITS 10 winners 1-11I,.2-io. $448.90 Va I ue ) ll,,(:le$ sittings PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAC 1018 Gercl Lane m m mmm ii i lmmm mm m il mm mmm mm 12" RCA B/W TV $98.99 Value PETERSON TV )e N Commercial I Name J Name Address I Address Phone 1 1 .J Phone mmm m mm mm lli  l lm CERAMIC CHRISTMASflREE $55. Va I ue . ORANGE TREE 123 N. Cloverdsle Blvd. CERTIFICATE />I ! NATURAL LOOK 12, W., ,,, 5,. I I Name I Address J Phone ............. J i ii i l m illllll II Westbend Hot Air CORN POPPER $22.97 Value MONTGOMERY WARD'S 115 N. Ctoverlle Blvd. j l l I I i II ! l Name I i l l J ill III J I I I J I - Copper I CANDELABRA I $45. Value i LORRAINE'S FLORIST I 470 S Cloverdale BIvO. I I Address __ I Phone I l Ill llllllllm I m l '25 GIFT CERTIFICATE "J" SHOES 109 E. 1st St. Name Address Phone lllllmmllllmmlll 12LB. Imported CANNED HAM $36. Value HUNGRY HUTCH 113 N Cloverdale Blvd. Name Address Phone llmllllll l I i I l lllllk ilmlll ill II. 'SEASONS GREETINGS From FINANCIAL SAVINGS 103 S. Cloverdsle Blvd. mlllli I 1 I i 1 Em 1 mm m 1 emm mm mm 1 I mm em I Jog-Joy Unisex . WARM UP SUIT $36. Value = EAGLE'S SPORTSWoRLD lr 12S N. Cloverdale Blvd. Name Address Phone r ii I ii i ii I i l i ii I m i l m i Iii 2 Boxes PERSON ALIZED STATIONERY $50. Value  CLOVERGRAPHICS 213 N. Main $1. Name Address Phone mmlllllmllml '25 GIFT CERTIFICATE (Good at any participating CLOVERDALE REVEILLE 112 W. First St. Name Address_ Phone t) llllll J l1 mlillll ll lm I1 l I1 I I1 Wrought Iron PLANT STAND with Plants $150. Value CLOVERDALE NURSERY Brookside Dr. I I l I I J ! ll ii m mill Ill I II l l BICYCLE PUMP, 2 TIRES & TUBES $45. Value "' CLOVERDALE CYCLERY 127 E lst St. Name Address Phone l J ! J I I J J J I J l ii ll lel i i ,m m m iiJllm g II  Corning Ware RANGE TOP $379. Value CLOVERDALE CABINET & LINOLEUM 119 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Name Address_ Phone l i i roll I I nil I lnl 1 ira= I roll 1 I Iml lll  I %  J I '100 GIFT CERTIFICATE CLOVERDALE AUTO PARTS 209 S. CIoverdle Blvd. Name Address hone I