Your congenial host since Dec. 2002, Charles is Napa born-and-bred, a graduate of Napa High (class of '62) and a product of Napa Junior College (as it was called back then).
Charles has worked in both TV (alongside the very young Jon Milller) and radio. He's also spent a good many years as an educator, at both the prep and college levels.
Call Swap Shop: 707-255-5866 Email Swap Shop: firstname.lastname@example.org
MARIA SHARAPOVA (27) Winner of 4 major titles; currently ranked #8 in the world of women's tennis
KATE HUDSON (35) Daughter of Goldie Hawn has had a successful career of her own, in such movies as Almost Famous and Raising Helen
ASHLEY JUDD (46) Excellent actress with commanding presence and a long run of very good movies, including Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy and High Crimes
AL UNSER, JR. (52) Retired racer, 2 time winner of the Indy 500
TIM CURRY (68) Manic actor who soared in The Rocky Horror Picture Show and then went on to a number of entertaining performances in such films as Annie and Clue
ELINOR DONAHUE (77) Played the eldest daughter, Betty Andersonm on the long-running hit Father Knows Best; went on to other parts on The Andy Griffith Show and other TV series
HUGH O'BRIAN (89) Rugged, square-jawed and handsome - the star of TV's The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
DUDLEY MOORE (b. 1935) Funny actor and excellent pianist who made his mark first in the British comedy group Beyond the Fringe with partner Peter Cook; then to a successful career in one funny movie after another, including Foul Play, 10 and Arthur
JAYNE MANSFIELD (b. 1933) Part of the big, buxom blonde wave of the 50's; started out as Playboy Playmate and then on to a respectable film career with such films as The Girld Can't Hlep It and Too Hot to Handle
DICK SARGENT (b. 1930) The 2nd Darren Stephens on Bewitched
ELIOT NESS (b. 1903) Former federal agent who, with his group, known as The Untouchables, was able to bring down Al Capone on tax-evastion charges that landed Capone eventually in Alcatraz
BRANDON BELT (26) The man who may well be the SF Giants' 1st basement for years to come
CARMEN ELECTRA (42) Model, TV personality, singer and dancer. Beyond that, who knows?
CRISPIN GLOVER (50) Actor perhaps best-known as the senior McFly in the Back to the Future films; also something of a cult following for his role in the remake of the rat-friendly Willard
DON MATTINGLY (53) Currently the manager of the LA Dodgers, had a full carrer of 14 years at 1st base for the Yankees; 6 times an All-Star; 9 times a Gold Glove winner; 3 times winner of the Silver Slugger award; won the AL MVP in 1985
CLINT HOWARD (55) Ron Howard's younger brother who's had a very successful career of his own as a character actor - usually of the eccentric kind
JESSICA LANGE (65) My source described her as "... one of the most celebrated actors of the modern era." No argument there
VERONICA CARTWRIGHT (65) One of those distinctive supporting actors who keeps popping up in good movies, including Alien and the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers
STEVE SPURRIER (69) Former Heisman Winner was drafted #3 in the first round by the 49ers but played QB only sparingly behind John Brodie; mostly, Spurrier was a punter for the Niners; went on to a successful carerr as a college coach, currently with The University of South Carolina
RYAN O'NEAL (73) Handsome young actor who went from TV's Peyton Place to major film roles that include Barry Lyndon, Love Story, Paper Moon and A Bridge Too Far
GEORGE TAKEI (77) Though he's done other things, he'll be forever remembered as Sulu, chief helmsman in the Star Trek series
TITO PUENTE (b. 1923) Composer and musician of Puerto Rican heritage, was a major force in Afro-Cuban, Jazz, Mambo and Salsa music
LIONEL HAMPTON (b. 1908) Arguably the greatest vibes player ever but certainly a major figure in the swing era, largely as part of the Benny Goodman group
HAROLD LLOYD (b. 1893) Cheeful, bespectacled daredevil of silent movies, with his thriller comedies
ADOLF HITLER (b. 1889) Not a nice man, you know?
And Nancy's friend, Rollo, is hoping to find a low-cost (free?) couch. His number: 235-0342
Baseball John is always seeking baseball equipment of any sort. It's for the Challenger League and the ages go from young to adult; so just anything and everything will be welcomed as long as it pertains to the playing of baseball. 812-5424
Also, Don up in Calistoga has been on the lookout for the same three items for some time. Specifically, he's looking for 1) an air compressor and air tools, especially a sand-blasting cabinet; 2) old British sports and/or parts (e.g., Morgan, Triumph, MG) with a special interest in MGB cars and parts and if you can help with the latter, he'll pay you a finder's fee; and 3) a small car trailer. Don's number in Calistoga is 942-0546
Wireless dual-band router (Belkin brand). Originally $90. Asking $45
Used interior doors (both flat and raised panel), 28" and 30" wide. $10 each
4 window blind sets (still in the box); 27 1/2" w x 45" long; 2" slats; off-white. $15 each
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Weight bench with weights and bars. $100 - 373-7970 (cell) / 645-1141 (home)
Herbert fixes up older computers and reassembles parts into revitalized computers, both desktop PC's and laptops. They're extrardinarily inexpensive and Herbert stands by his work. His number: 363-7394. Please understand that listing this phone number in this website does not constitute any sort of testimonial or advocation of this caller's skills or the quality of his services. If you choose to purchase an item from this caller or have this caller repair an item of yours, you do so at your own risk.
LES, THE SMALL ENGINE REPAIRMAN