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Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
December 3, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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December 3, 1980

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Mural, mural on the wall Wednesday, December 3, 1980. Page 9 most logical, most powerful is mural i It cannot be into an object of , nor can it be the benefit of people. It on a wall isn&apos;t a Man has since he lived in is a new breed Painters: artists, plain ordinary expressing Today bringing their to the street motorists and can benefit creativity. High a whole wall on shop ablaze with a enormous free-i hinking design. The mural, vandalized a couple of years ago, has just been repainted by Kelly Edgar and Rellie Galliani. New York has office and apartment buildings with geometric designs. Chicago tenements and schools, once graffili covered, now have murals brilliant with colors and ideas. Montreal displays huge pop art murals whose colors run the spectrum. Atlanta, Cin- cinnati, Detroit, Houston, Philadelphia and dozens of other communities are proud the art appearing on their buildings. In Los Angeles, professional artists and amateurs have jined brushes for a major artistic project. The walls of a public housing complex in the predominantly Mexican-American section of the city have been decorated with massive murals. Before, everything was the same drab monochrome, and as one resident comments: "You live here long enough and everything looks the same color as the smog." Now, even the blank wall femes adjoining the complex had been painted sparkling colors - in Aztec designs - by volunteers, that include grandmothers, children and teens. To date, community artists have painted more than 400 murals in the area. One unusual endeavor is the gallery of paintings on a freeway retaining wall by high school students. Office employees, behind a glass wall, stared out to a glaring blank concrete barrier after a new freeway was built adjacent to their building. Someone suggested a mural X'i for the blank space, and the suggestion was proposed to the local school district. The idea was quickly  :: accepted by school :, : authorities and design for individual panels were : ..... worked out in the art class. The fire department washed down the walls, the city provided tall ladders, and the company paid for the paint. On Saturday, students painted under the direction of an arl teacher. The slumbling block came in obtaining per- mission from officials of the California Slate Highway Deparlmeni. Reluctantly they finally agreed to the project. It later won the department a national award for highway beautification. California Grown, Whole Fryem LI Flour 5 Pond 83 Boen llul Fill Cvl. llk s, "--- 228 USDA Choe S I Or, d, e IlL Round London Broil u.. $_0039 n a,, Ik. Roast Top Sidoin $.0039 lde IllS dmn  Pork S' Pork Loin Loin Picnics ,....,,. .98  iolt Lamb .. .,,,o,. .q" Filling . .. .Jl" Pork Chops ....." 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Towards the end of Ihe school year in 1979 Rellie Galliani and Kelly Edgar were asked to form a c.mmiee in order ! repaiw he mural. No one was able Io paini during Iho sunlnler so Ihese two students worked on it alone. This was one of lhe reasons ir look so hmg. Anolher was ;he fac thai all of the colors needed 1o be mixed by hand so they would malch The mural was worked on for he whole summer bul due o wealher conditions and oher circumslances work was not continued during the school year. A: Ihe beginning of lhe 1980 school year, a com- mi*ee was again formed lo get this project done, The Vlvian Weer, C of C secretary-Manager, is shown holding the Resolution of the board of directors of Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce supporting the publication of the Cloverdale history book. Deadline to get in biographies is December 15. To receive assistance in writing your biography call Jack Howell. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CLOVERDALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SUPPORTING THE PUBLICATION OF THE CLOVERDALE HISTORY AS DESCRIBED BY THE NATIONAL COMMUNITY HISTORY SOCIETY AND SPONSORED BY THE CLOVERDALE DISTORICAL SOCIETY: WHEREAS, the city of Cloverdale is over 100 years old with much history through the century, AND WHEREAS, there is no book of history available at the present time, AND WHEREAS, there is a need to have such information documented, AND WHEREAS, the need for the publication will not only be of value to those older families who have resided in the eommunity for a number of years, but also would be available in future years to new comers now residing in the community, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce will continue to urge com- munity participation by making the history kits available to the public and advertise information to the membership through newsletters and newspaper articles, etc. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Pat Rose, President School Menu Monday, December 8 Hamburger on a Bun French Fries Nutty Green Beans Stuffed Celery Fruit Cup Pint Milk Tuesday, December 9 Tacos w-Salad Buttered Corn Frui Crisp French Bread / Pint Milk Wednesday, December I0 Hush Puppies Tator Tots Celery Sticks Chilled Pears Pint Milk Thursday, December 1 ! Chili Beans Mixed Sticks Chilled Apricots Corn Bread Peanut Cup ,'x Pint Milk Friday, December 12 Burritos Cole Slaw Chilled Peaches Brownie z Pint Milk Photo by Janice Corey. conlmillee consis!e(l of: Kelly Edgar, Rellie Galliana, Rick Trimbte, Doug Goodman, Wendy Junker, and Mike Mankin, bw due to certain cir- cumstances, all bur fwo of hese sludenis wereunable o coWinue. Kelly and Retlie conlinued painling and succeeded in finishing the niural on Noember 4, 1980. This beau:iful mural can be viewed from i he I eachers parking 1ol behind !he norlh gym al Ihe high sehool "GeyServill6 CIU6 to meei Dec': 8 The Geyserville Monday Afternoon Club will meet December 8 at 2 p.m. at the Geyserville Christian Church. The speaker will be from Geyserville Fire Department and ,here wih be a Christmas gift ex- change and carol singing. " 35 Years Behind The Cindld Camera" On Saturday, December 13. Congrega!ion B'nai Israel of Pelaluma wilt presem in an exclusive Bay Axea appearance "35 Years Behind The Candid Camera" with Alan Funt 8 p.m. a Pelaluma Veierans Building, 1094 Pelaluma Boulevard South. Alan Funt will feature some never before shown scenes of lhc popular program, some Candid Camera classics, and some new ma!erial, Alan is producing for an upcoming lelevision series Tickets are $8.50 preferred sea!ing and $7.50 general av.d are available at hese locations. Books, Inc. San la Rosa: Village Books!ore, San la Rosa ; Eeyore Books, Cotali; Viclorian Books and Cards, Sontma ; R,bbins Bookshop, Pe aluma ; KTOB, Pelaluma; and Congregalion B'nai Israel, Pelalun a. For furlher information, call 762-0340 or 763-9886. This is a benefit for lhe Congregation's Adult and Youth Education programs. I I II II Christmas puppet show at library A free Christmas pup/. show is being presented by Theta Zeta &woriiy The show will be given at the Cloverdale Public Library.. Tuesday, December 9, 7 p.m. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Canes will be given to all children attending