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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, December 17, 1997 Veteran&apos;s information now available at local library Thanks to Cloverdale Librarian Debbie Hand a special order of the local library has been allocat- ed to hold news of interest to veterans. The section will be keptup to date with the latest information of interest to veterans by Joseph Anello, Service Officer of the Wil- liam Russell Ledford American Legion Post 293. Information pertaining to items of interest to female veterans will also be kept up to date as it is received by Anello. He noted that of special interest to the local lady veterans is a folder containing items of health sent to the Service Officer by the public relations department of the Women's Clin- ic at the VA Medical Center at Fort Miley. According to Anello he will sug- gest that he be allowed to name Mavis Knupfer as his service of- ricer in order that the women members of the post can be better helped. He noted that there are now four female members, and with the post offering this assistance, other potential members may be- come interested in joining the post. Any veteran male or female is qualified to join if he or she served in any branch of the military dur- ing the follOwing dates: WWL April 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918; WWII Dec. 7, 1941 to Dec. 31, 1946; Korea June 25, 1950 to Jan. 31,1955; Vietnam, Dec. 22,1961 to May 7,1975; Lebanon & Grenada, Aug. 24, 1982 to July 31, 1984; Panama, Dec. 20, 1989 to Jan. 31, 1990; Persian Gulf, Aug. 2, 1990- cessation of hostilities as deter- mined by US Government; US Merchant Marines, Dec. 7, 1941- Aug. 15, 1945. Interested veterans are asked to call Anello at 894-9056 or Jack Stuart at 894-3640. Legion meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Veteran's Building at 7:30. The cranberry gets its name from Dutch and German settlers, who called it "crane berry." When the vines bloom in late spring, the blossom resembles the head and bill of a crane. Over time, the name was shortened to cranberry. A professional photogapher feels pleased if he or she gets one good shot on a roll Of film. i i i Save Time, Save Moneyl NEAL REYNOLDS WINDOW COVERINGS All Samples Brought to Your Home Free Estimates Free Installation Mini Blinds, Verticals, Pleated Shades, Wood Shades [ 894-5219 Neal Reynolds # Why Settle for ",ess ? , i, i i We Are a Full Service Real Eatc Office CALL US OR STOP BY! Century 21, Les Ryan Realty 894-5232 114 Lake St. OUR AGENTS Will Rose Bobbie Lyons Iris Konik Camille L|nn Do Set Specializine in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" 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This offered improved pastures, (NAPS)--Americans consume some 350 million pounds of cranberries each year. About 73 pounds--or 20 percent--are gobbled up during Thanksgiving week. Although it is growing in popularity, the cranberry thrives in only a few limited regions of the United States and Canada--a area of approximately 42,000 acres. This tiny scale of cultivation has led the industry to become largely reliant and driven by an independence and resourcefulness that once permeated all of the U.S. DID YOU KNOW... According to the USDA, in 1997, cranberry growers will har- vest 5.04 million barrels of fruit, or 517 million pounds. I A barrel of cranberries weighs about 100 pounds. acres of support land preserved in North America alone. This area offers refuge to a rich variety of wildlife, including the bald eagle, osprey, great blue heron, fox, deer, and wild turkey. erations working and li, together on their farms. I During the days of we ships and iron men, sels carried cranberries. the English loved liJ American sailors crl cranberries. The provided ample drinking water and ranchers kept the coyote pop- ulations under control to protect their herds. Today we have increased hu- man population and development, more roads, decreased livestock numbers, far less burning and tim- ber harvests, and a huge popula- tion of coyotes. Our habitat can no longer sup- port the deer population it once did, according to the report. This is not to say the deer are not healthy, just that they don't have the amount of feed and predator control they once had. Thanks to Mr. Guisti for his research and hopefully his efforts will result in an improved plan to manager our deer herds and help get their pop- ulations heading in the right di- rection. On the fishing front, all north- ern rivers are unfishable for the most part. Most rivers are high and murky and once again this week the Smith is your best bet. If the rains can hold off long enough for the rivers to start clearing, grab your rod and start fishing. Catfish are biting at Lake Men- docino. Last week two local fish- Give or take a few, there are about 450 cranberries in a pound. I American recipes con- taining cranberries date from the early 18th century. I If you strung all the cran- berries produced in North America this year, they would stretch from Boston to Los Angeles more than 588 times. t Legend has it that Pilgrims served cranberries at the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, along with wild turkey and succotash. I The cranberry is one of only a handful of major fruits native to North America. Others include the blueberry and Concord grape. I On average, every acre of cranberry beg is supported by four to 10 acres of wetlands, woodlands and uplands, which adds up to more than 200,000 | The popularity of the cranberry is growing internationally. In- terest in production and products is worldwide. Cranberries are used as ingredients in 700 to 800 products from cereals to salsas. Only five percent of the annual crop is for fresh fruit. During World War II, American troops required about one million pounds of dehydrated cranberries a year. I The majority of cranberry growers are multi-generational families, some fifth and sixth generation, with two to three gen- ermen came in with five huge cats. )f l'e" " Lr.. ,L Ocean fishing has been hit and 00:Hgll.day miss. Some boats have been going outofBodegaandreportexcellent eo _0._ .-_. .--o..,v-.._. .  . eo m .f'- aJ "--'-'- 0' "- e'- 4) r'- 4b'--- -- O r-- o ----- r'- ll,,-f-- O e,-- 4) (@ rockfishing with a two ling cod, ...... k ""   ............. average per rod when they can get out to the Cordell Banks. Boats should run this weekend if the weather holds. Boats out of San Francisco Bay and Fort Bragg haven't been going out due to rough seas. Two Navy recruits finish basic training Navy Seaman Recruit Victor F. Magness, a 1997 graduate of Cloverdale High School, recent- ly completed Navy basic train- ing at Recruit Training comand, Great Lakes, Ill. He joined the Navy in August, 1997. Navy Seaman Recruit Antho- ny D. frost, a 1997 graduate of Geyserville High School, also completed his U.S. Navy basic training at Great-Lakes. He joined the Navy in August, 1997. Perhaps the dominant force in the average life is possessions. Life be- comes a scramble for gain instead of a mission for God. We are so busy making a living that we forget to make aU#. A.P. Gouthey GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 lem's New and Reconditioned Appliance Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. I Healdtburg i FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS ........ ' .... FantasticHoliday Foods (NAPS)--One simple way to dazzle family and friends this hol- iday season is to indulge sweet cravings with desserts topped with delicious sundae syrups. Putting together wonderful snacks for Santa and his helpers, improvising a dessert for friends who happen to drop by and plan- ning an all-out get-together is eas- ier when you can use the sumptu- ous "chocolate-covered cherries  flavor found in Hershey's Choco- late Cherries Jubilee sundae syrup. Here are just a few easy ideas that may make holiday eating a little merrier. Many holiday desserts or treats can be festive when dipped in chocolate. Use Chocolate Cher- ries Jubilee syrup as a delicious chocolate dip for pound cake cubes, holiday sugar cookies, mac- aroons, fruit or even peppermint stick candy. Put together a Holiday sun- dae bar using traditional holiday treats. Plain or flavored ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sherbet are great teamed with crushed candy canes, fruitcake cubes, broken holiday cookies, and mixed nuts. Drizzle with Chocolate Cherries Jubilee sundae syrup and crown your cre- ations with whipped cream and a cherry on top! Sundae syrups make a simple and delicious fat-free alternative to icing. Pour syrup over a bundt- shaped chocolate cake made from a mix or a plain frozen cheesecake. Garnish with whipped cream and chopped, toasted nuts. For a warmer treat, add two ry's generous supply of rain C prevented uscur'u[, &deli t ged. 8 A perennial plant, _[ berries grow on low. ning vines in sandy ILOVER[ and marshes. Some c|I:Y berry bogs are more  Servinq I00 years old and still West C ducing today, lever eve I  894-40 The world's supply of crm ries are grown on only al 42,000 acres, which is an l equal in size to the tiny islm Nantucket, off Massachus Manhattan in New York ot city of Green Bay in Wisconsh 1 The major cranberry gro regions are in Massachus! New Jersey, Oregon, W ington, Wisconsin and par Canada. I Nearly seven of 10 sold in the world today come Ocean Spray, a grower tive started in 1930. Holiday Fac & Figures ! JONIE tPHOLS sof furnitu boats, hea ESTIMAf blivery. 894 W KA! LL 89 !FEREI FIRE DEI 2/3 ( 1( : 894-8! (NAPS)--When it cam( holiday eating and drinkis large majority of people adm front that they overeat, n half gaining weight. But n D days they keep their drin moderate and assign desigv 50% OFI drivers, according to the 50% Turkey Bourbon 1997 Surv 50% O Holiday Gobbling habits. Sat., a The survey found social d mti.on An ing in favor with 68 perce 432 those surveyed limiting tl lrn selves to one to two drinks ai iday functions with 71 pe calling liquor an acceptable Those who admit gainix  --42 percent--said the was three to five pounds. "We want to remind drink responsibly, ff they d this holiday season," says ( Willis, marketing manage: Wild Turkey. "The good ne this market research cond for us by Beta One Market that people still love egg which is traditionally made beurben.  When it comes to giR gi' food and drink are always received. The three most pol food  are cheese baskets,, baskets and cookies. The popular drinks to give are d pagne, spirits, wine and non. hoc drinks. For a simple, yet elegant dessert that's q.k put togeth- er during the holiday season, drizzle sundae syrup on ice cream, frozen yogurt or pudding. tablespoons of Chocolate Cherries Jubilee syrup to hot brewed coffee, espresso or even hot chocolate. Top with steamed milk and a sprinkle of cocoa powder or cinnamon, Holiday brunches will be remembered all year long ff Cho- i.::.:::...,:.,:....; colate Cherries Jubilee syrup is ......... warmed and drizzled over crisp waffles or French toast. Fat free and easy to use, Her- shey's Chocolate Cherries Jubilee sundae syrup will add a festive flavor to your holiday enter- taining. Look for it in the ice cream toppings section of your favorite store. with a Future A high-quality investment is the gift that keeps on giving. We have a wide variety of products to choose from, so there's something for everyone on your list. Happy Holidays Call or Stop by Today TedEtheredge 144 Matheson St.., Heaidsburg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjoncs.com HolJ 13 Mil Enjoy setting Enjoy OI 2825 KIE <. SAN m -A-BEC [104" sot 1 carpet 5+ yds e $75. 89 like ne se & Kern seat u $2 APPt.U AV Goo, |