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Page 22- Wednesday, Nrch 19, 1980 Adult Day Treatment Center alternative to hospitalization In the Field of Mental Health, preventative measures are being used more than ever before to help the patient aviod increased disability and as one of the strongest possible vehicles for seif-improvement and personal independence. The Adult Day Treatment Program, a Sonoma County Mental Health Department&apos;s unit offering outpatient psychiatric services, is designed to provide an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization for people of Soa0ma County. Over the past decade, this program has provided ser- vices primarily to people who have been hospitalized and are in need of further support as they re-enter the com- munity. Many persons, however, have used the program in a more preventive sense, as a vehicle for self-improvement in the face of life stresses which might well have led to psychiatric hospitalization. It is generally agreed that preventive efforts in the field of mental health will be required to avert increases in the incidences of severe disability. The expectations placed on an individual who is enrolled in the program are much like those of a working or school environment. First, the person is required to attend full-time, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Specific personal goals are identified and pursued through active involvement in the Day Treatment community. Activities such as assertion training, art therapy, discussion groups, cooking, physical exercise, value clarification, etc., are offered as opportunities for the in- dividual to develop personal and social skills in a sup- portive atmosphere. Emphasis is placed on personal development and responsibility to self and community as essential prerequisites to independent living. The program is coor- dinated by a psychiatric social worker and staffed by a nurse, an art therapist, a consluting psychiatrist, a mental health counselor, and two mental health interns. The average daily attendance is 15-20 People. Referrals to this program, may be made by contacting Cynthis Kohles, L.C.S.W., Program Coordinator, or Gladys Jennings, ap- pointment secretary, at 527- 2111. VH" North Coast v lculture Show to include wine com John Batto, President of California North Coast Grape Growers announced today that the 1980 Grape Growers Annual Meeting and Viticulture Show will be held on August 22rid and 23rd at the Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa. The Viticulture Show has been held annually for eight years and attracts exhibitors from throughout the nation and visitors from all parts of the world. The show, which is essentially a farm equipment and supplies exhibit specializing in vineyard husbandry, nonetheless at- tracts lay people who are interested in fine wines and want to learn more about the production of the grapes from which they are produced. In 1979, the door prize was an all expense paid trip to Paris and Bordeaux, France, for two. Batto said that because North Coast Wineries are acknowledged to produce some of the finest wines in the world and have been earning .plaudits at Wine Com- petitions everywhere, the North Coast Grape Growers association has decided to publicize the distinct and unique qualities of North Coast Wines by presenting a major Wine Competition as part of the annual Viticulture Show, this year. This first annual Wine Competition will be restricted to Wines produced in the North Coast from the grapes grown in North Coast Vineyards. There are approximately 130 Wineries in the counties of Napa, Sonoma and Men- concert at the Clover Crest Theater on Feb. 16. Clover Crest owner Michael Tompkins told the council "I would like an answer why?" Councilmen said letters by Persons and Tompkins explain the cir- cumstances and that no public discussion is needed. The letters were not read during the meeting. Police Chief Persons told Tompkins "My office is always open" and invited him to discuss the matter with him. docino and most are expected to enter as many as five wines each in competition for the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals which may be awarded to the superior quality wines. ity Council Continued from page I Council's plan was approved but councilmen expressed concern about whether projected revenue for bus service will actually be tvilable. PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing was w.heduled for the April. 8 ouncil meeting on property owners' requests to close an alley between Main and East Streets. According to the proposal, the alley land would be deeded to adjacent property owners. SALARY INCREASES The council approved a salary increase to $933 per month effective March 24 for police records supervisor and dispatcher Joe Miller and an increase to $1,178 per month retroactive to Feb. 25 for policeman Jim Manion. CONTRACT CHANGE A contract with Brelje and Race Engineers, Santa Rosa, was amended to allow for additional work at the new city wast,water treatment plant. Additional time, not in- cluded in the original con- tract, must be spent by the firm to meet new state requirements. Tests on the new plant and various state required start up procedures must be followed. Cost of the additional work may be paid by a grant, according to City Ad- ministrator Groom. GRAVEL CONTRACT A proposed 10 year contract for gravel excavation on city property by Cloverdale Ready Mix was approved in concept by the council. The company will pay the qty 28 cents per cubic yard re/noved up to a total of 125,000. After that total is reached, the per cubic yard :f will be 14 cents. A final "contract is expected to be approved by the council at the next meeting. Growers Supply & Irrigation, Inc' Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Gevso00ille Avenue 857-3484 Visit PARK ORDINANCE Adoption of an ordinance regulating activity at City Park was approved by the council. Hours are set from 7 : a.m. to 10 p.m. i COMPLAINT Councilmen, by a vote of 4-0 with Councilman Jerry Moore absent, supported the ,action of Police Chief Rodney Persons in cancelling a live Woman crusades by the will of the people.' This is the platitude we learned in school. I am going to put it to a test." Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9904 39 years in the mine location LAMPSON TRACTOR Continued from page I no longer a toll free number to call the county ad- ministration center. These are just the fip-of-the-iceburg for as surely as Proposition 9 could be passed other cuts .dl follow', r :*' ,As this investigative process proceeds';Doble said, =<I am putting forth the hypothethes I learned in school - 'The inequities in government can be changed The test and process has begun with the "NOtice of Intent" to form a new county filed March 17, 1980. A hearing has been set for the "purposes of discussing the placement of the boundaries of the proposed county." !iii :.Y iiii i!!i a.m. Senior league boys ages 13- 15 who are not assigned to a team will be held at 1:00 p.m. Late signups will also be taken on this day at I0:00 a.m. at the park. For further information call 894-3592. Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/857-3443 Little League Tryouts Sta, March 22nd Little gue tryouts will be held at, city park, weather per- mitting. Major league tryouts for holm ages 10-12 who are not assigned to a major league team will be held at 10:00 Throughout the seventies, the North Coast Viticulture Show has generated con- siderable support from the grape and wine industry and from the equipment suppliers who regularly exhibit at the show. It is the only show of its kind anywhere in the world and is highly respected. The Amateur Winemaking school and the Gourmet cooking classes have attracted much attention in the past, with people coming throughout the Northern California area to attend. The Celebrity 'Chefs' who assist in the cooking school have always paid particular attention to the use of fine North Coast Wines in the foods they prepare. Readers will recall that in past years comedian Pat Paulsen and News Anchorman Jerry through August 23rd. Announcement of the Award Winners will be made at an Awards Dinner scheduled for August 21st at the Villa Chanticleer in Healdsburg. The North Coast Graper Growers annual banquet and dance will be held on Saturday, March 23. of the show. Batto said that upwards of 15,000 people are expected to attend and he expects the Gold Medal winners to be sold rather Wine Corn quickly because the wines North will be sold at their regular President prices set before the awards association are made. All the wines expanding entered in the competition, include however, will be North Coast 1981, premium quality wines which California North Coast Wines in will give the public an op- Grape Growers is the oldest ternational portunity to compare a and largest fine wine grape There is selection of very good wines, growers association in the nation and was responsible anywhere The morning of the first for getting the Federal States and day of the show, August 22rid, Government to approve use that the will be reserved for Growers, of the term "North Coast" as Viticulture with important industry an Appellation of Origin for regularly seminars being offered. The the counties of Napa, Sonoma respected Wine tasting will commence and Mendocino. The North credibility to at midday and continue Coast is the only approved competition. Appellation d United StateS. In Clausen urges moratori Jenson of ABC-TV have servedBattonaS saidcelebritYthat'Chefs"it is gas allocation regulations that when gasoline retained is out. DOE alsO station a "willing company no problem However, it more dependent to "The these to to be an primarily because the annual show has been so well received in the past and is so highly respected that the North Coast Grape Growers believe that a carefully supervised and controlled Wine Competition would be an attractive addition to the annual event. Batto said there has never been a North Coast Wine Competition in the past and the few which are held in other parts of the country are not held in high regard by wine cognoscente. All the wines entered in the competition will be available for tasting by the public who will be given a set of wine glasses as their entry ticket to the grounds and will be able to uselhe glasses to taste three wines. Additional samples will be available at a nominal cost and all the entered wines will be available for sale by the bottle or the case at the time In a strongly worded letter to Secretary of Energy Charles Duncan, Congressman Don Clausen urged that the Department of Energy (DOE) impose a moratorium on gasoline station allocation regulations which are forcing many in- dependent dealers out of business and creating gasoline shortages in many areas. "The present allocation formula threatens to create gasoline shortages in Nor- thern California," the Redwood Empire Congressman said. "Many of the independently owned gasoline stations in my area have been unable to get adequate supplies of gasoline. The ultimate loser is the consumer." Clausen announced his support of a petition filed by the Office for Advocacy of the Small Business Ad- ministration requesting that DOE impose a moratorium on enforcement of the of- fending regulations. Under these regulations, in order for an existing station to receive an increased allocation, it must be able to convince DOE that it has a "serious economic han- dicap". Not only does DOE refuse to accept, in many cases, that a station has a "serious economic handicap" but it usually takes the department from 6 to 9 months to make a decision. "DOE's failure to grant adequate gasoline allocations has caused thousands of independent gasoline stations to go out of business," Clausen continued. "Last year alone, some 17,000 in- dependent dealers, no less than 10 percent of the nation's total, went under." "The existing regulations have no provision to insure unwisely gasoline higher the Secretary respond urgent cluded. 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Whatever you need ir farm machinery you're sure to find it hey,. i::ii For excellent equipment, dependability, op :::: service and good advice you just can't beat Lampson's Tractor & Equipment, Inc. i:i: Repair work on all makes foreign & domestic cars 8 Call 857-3790 for a: 21310 Redwwod Hwy, Bosworth Hard .Paint *Hardware eHousehold Items Geyserville Ave., This space available ca I 1 894-3339 GEYSERVILLE PUMP & TRACTOR WE SEI GOULD, ] " BERKLEYI/ JOHNSTON PUMPS Immm Wade rain Wen  t Deser wwk & Dave Rose 857-3470