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orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH the first leg of the Red Carpet at H'burg. Here are the stan- play, the final round will take place ,rry the hole-in-one contest for the Band, which collected 117 bucks last that many golfers Leaders are: ulgrew-Pasquini, 54; Gokan-Briggs, 57; er, 59; Pellegrini-Peterson, 59; McAdon-Navarro, 60; Faust-Lehrman, 60; Carlsen, 60; Moranda-Cessna. 61; 61; Selzle-Book, 62; Montoya-Keehan, 62; 62; Moranda-Caroll, 63; Mascherini- ,64; Davis-Hinds, 65; Koepf- 65; Kately-Petri, 65; Bellagio- 66; Bush-Randon, 67; Shipman- arrington, 69. the men's club had their monthly The entree as per custom for this month Want you to know that it was the best I have y did a bangup job. I believe that the Chef and I am ashamed to say that I of his helpers. However, as the meal "vino rosso e bianco" was being sipped or aay be, strange tales began to unfold! concerns the "Wine Baron", Bob Del L in this tournament, Bob has fallen victim that has befallen our country His score ;a reputed, one hundred and five! That, This with a handicap of 14 is in- happened, I will not venture a guess. the previous evening or been out 0not know and if you are wise don't get close been known to bend the shaft smart aleck's necks! news was the prize that Gene Rege won play at the Sebastopol Apple Blossom xpensive, hair dryer! As I much use for such a tool. Not that he v observation, a Kleenex or two WOuld surely not like to see him with his the case may be, all chapped and wind ! crick aways, way up if this stuff makes are given at the Blossom Tourney. One year, I hear they are really expensive. I Year but I heard about it. Thank Heavens, didn't. Otherwise, loss of stroke and the hole! These are golf terms, you Eagles flying high By JERRY HUOT Cloverdale's varsity baseballers kept their drive for the NCL South baseball championship going last week with their 3rd and 4th wins with no losses On the season Cloverdale is now 8-3 with a crucial game coming up Tuesday the 22nd vs Calistoga Last Tuesday the Eagles beat the Tomales' Braves behind the pitching of John Graham, some key hits and RBI's by Don Hunt, Chris Allen, and Zach Vail. Several Eagles hit the ball hard but it just wouldn't fall in, but the Braves never threatened. Graham was relieved by Doug Lemley in the 6th inning and Doug kept the Brave bats quiet with several strike outs. Friday's game against St. Helena was one of the most exciting games in the last 3 or 4 years. St. Helena traveled to Cloverdale and after a shut out loss to Calistoga the Saints came to play. Doug Lemley, pitching in this important game gave up an earned run so the Eagles immediately fell behind 1-0 in the 1st inning. Cloverdale threatened in the 1st and second innings to tie it, but didn't succeed. The best rally coming with 2 on 2 out in the 1st when Chris Allen singled up the middle but the Eagle second sacker made a dive and kept the ball from getting to the outfield. Thus Don Hunt who had singled to open the inning had to hold at third and the next Eagle hitter flied out to end the inning. Neither team did much through the next 4 innings with St. Helena making several good defensive plays and Doug Lemley striking out quite a few hitters. In the top of the 5th the Saints loaded the bases with no one out, but Lemley struck out the next 2 hitters and had 2 strikes on the next batter. The next pitch was stroked into left field and 2 runs scored, the top of the inning ended with the score 3-0. The Saints continued to lead until the bottom of the sixth inning when singles by John Graham and Chris Allen were followed with an RBI on another single by Jerry Novak, Eagle leftfielder. Then with 2 strikes on Eagle let baseman Zach Vail, Vail delivered a single to left- center scoring the tying runs. Vail alertly advanced to second on the play at the plate. Ken Baumgardner, CHS rightfieider then drove the winning run in with a double to right center. Baumgardner had an ex- cellent day with 2 doubles and a si,le in three at bats and 1 stolen base. The top of the 7th inning also proved exciting as Cloverdale's befense behind key plays from Don Hunt, 3rd base, and Chris Allen, 2nd base helped pitcher Doug Lemley pick up his 3rd win with no losses. Doug also struck out 14 Saints while walking 5. Next Eagle home game is Friday, May 2 vs. Tomales. Come on out and support your high school team at City Park. Gametime 3:30 p.m. Small school baseball Cloverdale, which lost four varsity players because of disciplinary action during the 1979-80 basketball season, has been a surprise even to coach Jerry Huot. In Friday's win over St. Helena, sophomore pitcher Doug Lemley scattered seven hits and struck out 14 Saints Io get the Verdict, and another sophomore, Zach Vail, drove in a pair of runs. Training 3-0 going into the bottom of the sixth, John Graham. Chris Allen, and Jerry Novak hit singles to account for one run, and then, with two outs, Vail hit a two- slrike pitch for a single to drive in Allen and Novak to make il 3-3. Ken Baumgardner, who was 3x3 with a pair of doubles, followed with double No. 2 to drive in the winning run. Calistoga's No. 2 hurler, Dan Barnes, got the call against Point Arena, but the Pirates jumped on him for five runs in the first two in- nings before Scott Dunn took over and blanked the Pirates for four frames to get the win. The Pirales are now 0-4 and coach Art Barri pointed out, "We're primarily a young team. mostly sophomores, and we don'l have much pitching. That's the name of the game. If you don't have pilching, y.u can't do much." Friday's Results At Cloverdale St. Ilelena I00..020..0- 3... 7.. o Cloverda le 04)0.. 004.. x- I. o., 2 WP-Doug Lemley (SO 14, BBS). LP-Saldivar (SO 3, BB 0). St. llelena - Hurtado 2x4, A. Beltran ix2. Blackwood lx2, Bellrami 2x4, Callispini Ix4. ('loverdale- Baumgardner 3x3.2 doubles, rbi; Allen 2x3, N.vak lx3 rbi; Vail Ix3, 2 rbi; Graham lx3, Slewart Ix3, Hum Ix4. LEGAL NOTICE No. 624 STATEMENT OF WITHDRAWAL FROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATING UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following persons have withdrawn as general part- ners from the partnership operating under the fictituous business name of PETER- SON BROTHERS CON- STRUCTION at 1314 Wilson Road, Cloverdale, Sonoma County, California. The fictitious business name statement for the partnership was filed on May 12, 1977, in the County of Sonoma. The full name and residence of the persons withdrawing as part nets: Rex Petersen 9767 Old Redwood Hwy Windsor, CA Talbert Petersen 1947 Merck West Spr. ltd. Santa Rosa Dwight Petersen 1366 Wilson Rd Cloverdale, CA Kyle Petersen 806 Carlita Circle Rohnert Park Signed:. Rex Petersen Talhert Petersen Kyle Petersen Dwight Petersen This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on date indicated by file stamp above. Published 4-23, 4-30, 5-7, 5-14- 8O Wednesday, April 23, 1980 - Page 15 II I I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i No. 619 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Cloverdale Planning Commission of the City of Cloverdale will hold a Public Hearing onMay 7, 1980, at 8 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 124 No. Cloverdale Blvd. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to afford the public an opportunity to make comment on he Final Draft of the City's Zoning Ordinance and Map. Published 4-23, 4-30-80 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE- No. 617 NOTICE OF DEATH OF OLIVE LEVERING AND OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER EffrATE Ne. 4M To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may be otherwise interested in the will or estate of Olive Levering. A petition has been filed by Barbara June Gibbs in the Superior Court o'f Sonoma County requesting that Barbara June Gibbs be ap- pointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. A hearing on the petition will beheld on 5-6-80, at 8:45 a.m. in Dept. 3, located at Hall of Justice, 2555 Mendocinn Ave, Santa Rosa, California 95401. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should either appear at the hearing and state your ob- jections or file written ob- jections wi(h the court before the hearing. Your ap- pearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court of present it to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in section 700 'of the California Probate Code. The time for filing claims will not expire prior to four months from the date of the hearing noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file a request with the court to receive special notice of the filing of the inventory of estate assels and of the petitions, accounts and reports described in section 1200 of the California Probate Code. Attorney for Petitioner: John E. Short, P.O. Box 1006, Healdsburg, CA 95448 Petitioner: Signed: Barbara June Gibbs, 521 Mainberry, Madera, CA 93637 Published 4-16, 4-23, 4-30-80 sign-ups Will be held 26 at the Park bet- 3 P.m. for OUths. Will be at the Ages - proof must child of $15 for 10 for each Will be Paid at This and in- in Soccer season. Games will begin in Sep- tember and practices will begin during July. Anyone who played last year and has not yet sent in his regislration by mail can sign up also. So all you guys and gals who didn'l get in on the Soccer action last year, be sure to sign up this year. Pictures are of the Hawks playing-aclion lasl year. We're looking forward to a great turn-.ut, so get there early and get your registration completed so you can be sure Io play this year. If there are any questions, please contact Margaret Daunch 894-5386 or Sandra Jo Panzo 894-3534. ur..Ry dale Nursery &l [ .Gift Sho e I | kl.._ MIKE & JUOEE PRYOR [ iS BUSINESS ON YOUR EEN PHONE BOOK COVER. Growers Supply & IrrtgaTion, Inc. ACE Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Gevserville Avenue 857-3484 Visit. 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