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Page 8 Wednesday, June 4, 1980 orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH The number of golfers playing in the Mr. and Mrs. Two Ball Evening Tournament held last Tuesday, May 27 tops an all time high, as far as I know. Eighty people signed up to play and partake of the excellent food served after the play. It is getting to be a very popular event and several suggestions have been made, not officially of course, but may later on. One of these suggestions is for people who are retired, or rather those so able, to show up early and play their nine holes, and thus relieve some of the congestion on the course. Some of the late starters barely had time to wet their whistles before dinner was put on the boards, and I tell you, when that food hits the deck, stand back you of faint heart ! Of course, if we do play early, it makes a long wait for dinner, but that also has been thought of, and a possible remedy for that would be for those living nearby, to go home for an hour or two and then come back for the goodies and the main show. It was decided at our previous tourney, that dinner would be served not later than eight o'clock, or rather dinner would be put out at eight o'clock, and those not there would have to make out as best as possible. Ordinarily, those teeing off at five o'clock should be through playingby seven easy, and thus would have an hour or two for visits to the watering trough, put carts away et. However, if you tee off at six or six-thirty and then are held up on the course it isdarn late when you do finish, especially if you are held up by slow players, or whatever. Sometimes I think that even looking for lost balls should be ommited. A player could use an old ball and since he has a partner to make the next shot, just go on and call it a 'qost ball". If'everyone tookthe legal five minutes to look for a ball, you may readily see that it becomes a drag. After all, we are not playing for "Master's Cup'" or some such grand prize and with the present set up, you will get a ball, a new one at that, just for being signed up to play! I hope something can be worked out, as these affairs are great fun and you get to meet a lot of great people ! Here are a few winners: Ann Woltzen-Chas. Mudd tied with Kay Rogers-E. Rogers with a net 29 and three fourths. 2nd place, Jacquie McCullough-Glen Davis, net 30. See you all up the crick aways. SRJC sets summer media studies Radio and television station, KUBS, the courses production workshops cover all facets of radio highlight the Summer Media broadcasting, ranging from Studies Program at Santa commercial preparation to Rosa Junior Collete, drama: Radio Station beginning June 23. Operation meets Monday- Three practical broad- Thursday, 9:45 - II:45 a.m. casting courses will be Radio Production Workshop supplemented by visits with meets Monday-Thursday, media professionals from 12:3:30 p.m. various fields. The chance to work daily Ed lFrance will teach for three weeks in all aspects Speech 75 (Radio Station of television production is the Operation) and Speech 76 key attraction of the (Radio Production Television Production Workshop). Each course Workshop (Speech 79), which runs six weeks for three begins June 23. Like the college credits. Using the radio 'courses, the TV facilities of the campus radio workshop is open to Cloverdale Women's Softball In the l game of the Century 21 1 3 Nichols 1x3, M. Panzo Ix2. night Universal Paints Cloverdale Disposal 0 4 Cards: D. Kumec 3x3 Jay 19, ..:- squeezed by Centm'y 21 by a homerun, double, T. Coon Dodgers II, score of 8 to 6. Leading hit- 3x3, A. Keyes Ix4 double, Cubs 6. ters for the winners were "Minor Leagpe L.Turner lx2. lx3, M. Margaret Den Beste, Mary May 27, Cloverdale Fire May 21, Rexall Drug Astros 2x4, T. Pellegrini; both going 3 for 4 Dept Yankees 7, Preston 13, Twins 7. Astros: J. Bergman txl, D. and Donna Gregory going 2 Lumber Expos I. Yankees: Cranford 2x4, 2 doubles, J. Cubs: A. for 2 with I home run. Faye L. Delgado Ixl, T. Jojola Ix2, J. Naiman Ix3 Tellez 2x4, B. Bill led the Century 21 team Baumgardner Ix2. Expos: triple, B. Rebattare 2x3 double, A. going 2 for 3. R. Divine Ix2 double, J. triple, J. Adams 2x3 triples. May 21, Lion Junior's kept their win Spelbring Ix2, B. Kaisi Ix2, Twins no hits. Rotary Club streak intact by defeating R. Spain Ix2. May 22 S&B Construction Trimble Ix3, E. Mama Nina's 18 to 3. Sue May 30, Redwood Reds 21, Western Lumber R Bluhm Ix4,T.l Dickens and Jean Vipond Smorgette Pirates 3, Dilley Div. Padres 15. Reds: M. A. Edens Ix4, S. . both going 4 for 4; Connie and Associate Angels 2. Munson 4x5, M. Lemley 5x6 R. Wilson Ix2, Coren, 5 for 5 and Patty Bird, Pirates: T. Vandoorn Ix2, D. triple, L.Wise 3x5, 2 doubles, Mets: J. KeyeS 4 for 5 were the leading hit- Emmel 1x2, D. Domenichelli R. Dillard 3x4, J. Nichols 3x5 Bell lx2, S. ters for Jr.'s Samples. Ix2, J. Dowall Ix2, W. triple, M. Panzo 2x5 double, May 28, Liol Kethleen Daly, Debbi Davis Espinoza lxl. Angels: G. M. Agnew 4x5 triple, double, Turbo A's 2. & Ronda Siebert lead Mama Buckner Ix2, S. Treankle 1x1 C. Sanders 3x5 double. 3x4 double, F Nina's going 2 for 2, 2 for 2 double. Padres: B. Caldwell 2x3 double, triple, and 3 for 3 respectively. May 31, Preston Lumber double, B. Ferris 3x5 triple, S. Stuber 3x4 In the third game Morgan Epxos 18, Cioverdale Fire double, D. Uselton lx2 M. Stuber lx4, J. Wood defeated Cloverdale Dept. Yankees2. Expos: R. double, J.Smith2x42doubles, double. TurboS: : Disposal 12 to I. Mae Hearn Davies Ix2 homerun, J. T. Martin Ix2, M. Hutchins Ix3. led Morgan Wood hitters Spelbring 2x2 double, 2x3 triple and double, D. going 4 for 4. Helping out homerun, R. Divine Ixl, B. McCarty 4x4 triple, J. May31, Turbo were Rena Sunseri, Tinker Kaisi 2x2 double, R. Spain Chappell Ix3 double. Club Mets 4. Anderson, Debbie Eells, 3c3, D. McAvoy 2x3. Richard Ix2, T. Linda Cole and Marie Yankees: M. Silva 2x2. May 28, Rexall Drug Astros E. Slotte Ix2, D., Treankle, all going 3 for 5. 22, Western Lumber Div. Mets: C. Hitting for Cloverdale Padres 13. Astros: D. Sibert Keyes Ix3, B. Disposal was Dottle Culver MAJOR LEAGUE Ix5, J. Cranford 3x4, J. Finck Ix2, J. going I for 2. Ruining Tinker May 19, S&B construction Naiman 3x5 double, O. May 21, Anderson's shutout was the Reds 17, Knights of Columbus Smykla 3x4, B. Rebattaro Ix5 Dodgersll, lone run in the last inning was Cards 4. Reds: M. Munson double, W. Spain Ix3, J. Dodger's: T. made by Darlene Hill. 2x3, C. Romash lx3, M. Graham Ix4, J. Adams Ix4. Wirt Ix2, M. Agnew Ix2, M. Lemley 2x5 Padres: B. Caldwell 2x4, T. Smith 2x4, J. Jr. Samples 4 0 double, L. Wise 3x3 2 out of Martin 2x5 double, B. Ferris Lile 2x3 C. -uperwa'-es IK I" MorganWood 3 1 the park homeruns. S. Ix4, T. Edens Ix2, S. Moore Michelonlx2. A'S r w n$ MamaNina's 2 2 Wineland 2x5 double, T. Ix2, J. Smithlx3, MHutchins 2x4, T. Universal Paints 2 2 Stubberfield 3x4 triple, J. 1x3. lx2, S. Stewart trip to Lake Tahoe What could be more ap- Tahoe. propriate for a champion Passarino, 33, had to do a Superwalker than a chance to lot more than walk 32 Cloverdale bowling standings for soak his feet in the cool kilometers to hisvictory. He waters ofLakeTahoe, had to line up pledge sponsors eek of M y 26th h gh M y 31 That and other fun in the beforehand and then, tired W a t r ou a mountain resort await Pryor feet and all, go back after the Passarino, 87 Lile Ave., grueling hike and collect the Cloverdale. For his efforts in pledges. He turned in $515.50 Mort. Mixed Fours Wed. 743 Scratch Alley OOps 2 I0 577; Doug the March of Dimes Super- ,according to March of Dimes Ricarol No. 2 8 0 The Pizza Queen I0 2 Thur. Fun League Pardini's walk in Santa Rosa on March Sonoma County chairman, Ricarol No. 1 6 2 Pardini's Body Shop 8 4 Hoyer & Smith 8 4 2296; Dave 23, he has been awarded the Judge William Bettinelli. River Rats e 2 Garrett Logging 8 4 Wally's 7 5 635; event's top local prize. Passarino is a driver for B.S. & Co. Garrett Pick's Drive-In 7 5 4-Seeds 6 6 Dean Young ll's a weekend for two at United Parcel Service and Logging 1 7 Boise Cascade 6 6 Randy's 5 7 Ricetti 245 & 603;, the Lakeland Village Beach has been a resident of The Kirks 0 S Damerow&McTeer 5 7 Frank's Follies 4 8 237 & 597. and Ski Resort in South Lake Cloverdale for the past 4 United Vintners 4 8 Tahoe. The prize was years. This was his first year Clvd. AutoParts 1 11 Kathy donated by the resort for the as a walker in Superwalk. "I Ken Mabery 203; Rich Jackie March of Dimes fight against walked with a sprained ankle, Tues. Adult-Jr. Trio Thur. Morning Better Half Naatenstedt 199; Mark Kirk Carolee PetersoV birth defects. Aspen Air- but I felt it was worth while Wirts& Keyes l0 2 The Neighbors 10 2 192. Thelma Groom ways, Inc. is providing free cause, so I did it. I would like Sumpter & Sehieffer 6 e The Hopefulls 9 S Kathy Jojola transportation from either to thank my 60 sponsors for  Bal,Natenstedt&Hieter6 6 "'Help" 6 6 Brian Sumpter 214 & 620; Moon-light San Jose or San Francisco their support," Passarino Goodman, Wilson&Vail 5 7 AlleyCats 6 6 Don Shase 235 & 596. Zach Johnston 211 airports, to South Lake said. Chase&Naiman 4 8 LowRollers 3 9 Vai1204&589:JimWirt235& Vaughan204& everyone, with no experience required. The three-unit workshop involves students in all facets of basic video production- camera, lighting, scripting, sound, direction, production. The workshop meets from 9 am. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, June 23-July 11. Ponytail League News VITED ! Major League 5-16-80 - Brewers 20; Orioles 17. 5.17-80- Phillies 15; Orioles 14. Minor League Once again thanks to everyone who has donated money, time, and caring so that Ponytail League is possible again this year. By CHERNA ALLISON Bob Wright's Ponytail League held opening ceremonies Friday night, May 16 at the City Park. The American Legion Women's Auxiliary presented the flags. They also ran the snack bar for refreshments. Thank you, ladies! We would like to thank all of the businesses who are sponsoring teams. Clover- dale Food Center - Red SOx; Marty's Texaco - Angels; Wheel Cafe Dodgers; Cloverdale Coffee Shop - Brewers; First National Bank - Phillies; Toni's Pizza - Orioles. We would also like to thank the American Legion for a $50 donation. Please! We still need more girls to make up 3 Senior League teams. If interested call Cherna Ailiston at e94-2466 or go to your school office. If we do not get enough girls signed up there will be no Senior League! Last but not least we will be having a carwash on June 7, atthe Citrus Fair grounds from I0 a.m. until 4 p.m. Flash! There will be a wedding! Lil Embry and Jerry Black will be saying their vows on the pitcher,s mound, Friday night, 7:15. 5-16-80 - Red SOx 14; Angels 0 p.m. EVERYONE IS IN-5-17-80-RedSox8;Dodgers6. Fred Young and Company to meet every Funeral Directors Little League to hold dance L0cally Owned Since 1859 Funeral Services with dignity need Complete traditional services Memorials Ground Burial Immediate cremations Burial Insurance available .No membership fees . No extra charge 50 mile radius Cloverdale Little League will be holding a dance June 28, at the Veterans Memorial Building. The band to play will be Joni and Tiny Harris. They will play from 9-1:30 a.m. Tickets are $5 a couple, $3.50 single. Tickets may be purchased from Little League members, or at the door. We recommend pre-need arrangements 24 hour immediate services Telephone 433-3329 or 894-2540 Healdsburg - Cloverdale - Windsor Some ofthe dect00dty you mw cost you an extra 118/00 Now. more than ever, you can earn thegreatest savings on energy costs when you conserve household energy use. This is why. New Rates Discourage ExcessiveUse. Because of the drastic increases in the cost of fuel oil and natural gas supplies to PG&E, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recently authorized higher electric and natural gas rates. The CPUC also revised the residential electric rate structure by creating a third tier of rates for house- hold energy use. This is how it works. The First Tier rate is the lowest and it applies to a "lifeline allowance" of electricity. The lifeline allowance for most households is 240 kilowatt- hours (kwh) a month, but the allow- ance is larger for customers using electric home and water heating, air conditioning in Califomia central valley, or life-support systems. A life- line kwh presently costs 4.04. The Seed Tier rate of 6.394 a kwh is 58% higher than the lifeline rate of the first tier. This higher rate is charged for kwh usage in excess of the lifeline allowance and applies to the same quantity of kwh (if used) as the first tier. That is, if your lifeline allowance is 240 kwh a month, your second tier will also amount to 240 kwh monthly. The Third Tier is the one to stay out of. if your monthly use of electricity exceeds the kwh charged in the first and second tiers (that is. (;,, exceeds twice lhe lifeline allowance)  ..... ,,., B,., a,,, each excess kwh will cost you 8.819. ,,,,,,,h, fomer Ne* Dolt.*, " Them ('SO Rates kales Increase or 118% more than a lifeline kwh. This 26 S s27 S 875 S048 third tier was specifically designed 45 16.08 19.52 2.84 by the CPUC to discourage excessive ( 450] 55,5t 9.9o electric energy use. 2oo 99.43 122.20 22.77 Similar "tiers" are also in effect o 260'40 322.30 61.40 for household natural gas use. as you can see in the charts below. How the New Rates Change Your PG&E Bills. Here are graphic examples of how the new three-tier electric and gas rate system works and how it directly affects your PG&E bills. Ist 240 or Ics 3.371 4.040C 2nd 2411hru480 5.470 02% 6394 3rd 48l or more 5.470 62'g. 8.81q Service charge SI.75 SI.75 This chart is based upon a basic lifeline allowance of 240 kh. 58% 118% Examplc Bd| at of M,,nlhl) lotmcr Bdl al Dollar , KWII U'.c Rale Nc RJIC Ira:tease Increase 240 S 9.84 S 11.45 S l.Ol 16.4% 500 24.06 28.56 4.50 18.7% I,tlO0 51.41 72.65 21.24 41 .Y', 1,500 78.76 tl0.75 37.9q 48.2% (;a I omlcr " ()cr Nc ()cr Rate', Ltchnc R;tt,, 't lclmc Tcr Thcrm Per Thcrm Rate Pee- R.IIc Ist 26 or less 27.181 29032 2rid 27 Ihru 52 44.274 03",, 50"05 q5% 3rd 53ormorc 53.822 qS". 06.98 130",, Service charge SI.) SI.20 This charl is based urm a summer lifeline allovancc of 26 thcrms of Its, Conservation NoW More Than Even As you can see, it is now even more crucial than ever to conserve. household energy to hold down yo0| monthly PG&E bills. Some ways to reduce the ._ number of units (kwh/therms) in tB expensive Third Tier are to set the air conditioner no lower than 78 degrees this summer use the dish" washer only when fuil, eliminate use of that second refrigerator (a zo cu. ft. refrigerator uses an average ol 168 kwh per month) and reduce the number of laundD' loads you do. There are many other ways to conserve, and we Can help. For free inlormation, call 800-792-8000 toll free. In area codes 805 or 714 call collect to (415) 543-2073. Remember, wise energy prac- tices around the house is the best "energy policy" of all. PG,00"E