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June 4, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 14 Wednesday, June 4, 1980 The Woman's Fellowship of United Church of Cloverdale deposited $600 into the CHS Band Vienna fund. which was the proceeds from the May 3 yard sale. Shown are Viola Groves a!ul Ruby Hoffman. President. The Woman's Improvement Club of Cloverdale deposited $1500 into the CHS Band Vienna fund, which was the proceeds from four card parties and the balance from other club funds. LEGAL NOTICE [ J No. 63.1 , FICTITIOUS BUSINFSS NAME STATEMENT The following persons are doing business as: Lamp- son's Investments, 29245 Redwood Highway South, Ch)verdale, CA 95425: SUmner Lampson 29245 Redwood Highway ulh overdafe CA Louise F. Lampson 29245 Redwood Highway SOuth Ctoverdale, CA This business is conducted by an individual. This statement was filed with [he County Clerk of Sonoma unty on the date indicated by file stamp above. i hereby certify that this copy is, a correct copy of the oginai statement on file in this office. ZEVE T. LEWIS 'ting County Clerk P,Iblished 5-28-6-4, 6-11, 6-18- 80 J'HII ii ,-. LEGAL NOTICE . No. 636 iii FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT ',The following person is doing ness as: Le Kir Cellars, 150 Asti Road, Asti, CA :13: )ted Vintners, Inc. 601 Fourth Street Ptn Francisco, CA 94107 $tate of incorporation: ifornia is business is conducted by iveorperation. is statement was filed with County Clerk of Sonoma unty on date indicated by :file stamp above, :thereby certify that this copy iiK a correct copy of the iginal statement on file in -ty office. r. LEWIS unty Clerk blished 6-4, 6-11, 6-18, 6-25 I LEGAL NOTICE No. 638 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAU IMPACT REPORT AND SPECIFIC PLAN: COMMERCIAL- INDUSTRIAL STUDY DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Countywide Commercial- Industrial Study has been prepared by the eight Cities and County Planning Departments staff for: a cam mercial-induslrial study, prepared as a specific plan, pursuant to meeting the State requirement that zoning be consistent with adopted general plans. The Com- mercial-Industrial Study recommends lands for short and long range industrial development, commercial lands and lands suggested for rezoning from commercial or industrial to some other zoning category. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a draft en- vironmental impact report has been prepared on the'. foregoing study. Additional details of this study, in- cluding the draft en- vironmental impact report, are on file and available for inspection at the Sonoma County Planning Depart- ment, 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California. PUBLIC RESPONSE REQUESTED: The public is hereby invited to send comments on the draft environmental impact report and the project to which it refers to the Sonoma County Planning Depart- ment, 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California (95401), before the date of the public hearing. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on the above mentioned plan on June 10, 1980, at the hour of 7 p.m., in the Chambe of the Board of Supervisors, Room I02A. County Administratiin Building, 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California. ALL INTERESTED PER- SONS are hereby invited to be present and be heard thereon. LLOYD A. JOHNSON Secretary, Sonoma County Planning Commission Published 6-4-80 Short and Tasty Using a slow cooker could help you keep your energy bill down. While slow cookers, or crock pots, take longer to cook a meal. their energy demand is lower, and during the summer, from noon to 6 p.m., it's important to use less energy, according to Virginia Gries. Pacific Gas and Electric Company's supervisor of consumer services. If energy use can be kept down during those hours, the building of new and ex- pensive power plants might be postponed, she said. So, slow and steady wins the energy use race this summer. This slow-cook short rib recipe was tested in PG&E's kitchens. Country Style Short Ribs 4 lbs. lean beef short ribs 4 medium potatoes, peeled : and quartered 4 large carrots, peeled and quartered ; I onion, chopped 2 tblsp, wine vinegar I tblsp, horseradish ,I tblsp, browning and .... seasoning sauce, such as .. Kitchen Bouquet 1 tblsp, dijon mustard 2 tblsp, catsup 1 cup beef bouillon 1 tsp. salt 4 tsp. red hot pepper sauce Place short ribs. potatoes,  carrots and onion in slow cooker. Combine vinegar, If horseradish, browning sauce, it" uxustard, catsup, bouillon, :: salt and pepper sauce. Pour over all. Cover. Cook on low for 6 Io 8 hours, or until short ribs are tender. If desired, thicken sauce with flour dissolved m water. Adjust seasonings. Make 8 servings. "@: ':7 !/; .4 ) r:? ,) ! 4 Shown left to right are Viola Groves and Ethel Garrett. Photos by Janice. Watt's Cooking This summer, cooks will down utility bills." have to watch both the clock Mrs. Gries recommends and the watt. serving late dinners, When the sun is out and air prepared after peak-use conditioners are on, electric hours to help shift the electric utilities' generating abilities load. arc often stretched to the "Using a microwave oven limit from noon to six on or other quick-cooking, weekdays, according to portable electric appliance is Virginia Gries. Pacific Gas a good idea, but try not to and Eleclric Company's turn i;on until after 6 p.m.," supervisor of consumer she cautioned. services. Other ways to reduce peak "'Anything a home cook can electric use at meal time do to ease the load during include barbecuing and those peak hours helps serving cold dishes. utilities make more efficient But even in hot weather, use of existing power hal meals are needed oc- t,sources." she said. casionally, Mrs. Gries ad- 'Shifting electric use to non- vised "They help to keep peak hours means the energy up and appetites hu|ldmg of new and ex- sharp," the registered pensive Iwer plants can be nutrilionist said IxSllmed. helping to hold She recommends the use of a slow cooker or crock pot). "First, the slow cooker is usually turned on before 8 a.m. and it continues cooking until the evening meal, with much of the energy use outside the peak period," she said "Second, the slow cooker typically only uses 150-210 watts at any given time. It puts very little demand on an electrical system. An electric skillet, or other appliance, could make the same meal quicker and would use about the same amount of energy," she said, "but it would place a heavy load of 1,250 to 1,800 watts on theys system for a short period when other demands are also peaking." The slow cooker is aver- settle a useful for stews, potted and other dishes. Other ways deferring the noon to 6 period are to ditioners at 711 higher, to use of and dryers, other a continue energy Mrs. Gries the reduction an individual small. "But the substantial sider the shifted said. Growers Supply :_ I00lld0000e AUTO : , ....... I1 IV  REPAIR & IrrtgotJon, ,,, , -;;':"' Under the new ownership of Inc. ACE. , Jim Remain ,r ill .... Hardware&Equipment, iii   Repair work on olI makes of SwJrnmlng Pools, foreign & domestic cors & trucks Housewares and Farm Supplies iii Call 857-3790 for appt. 20750 Geyserville Avenue iii I I 857-3484 : ::, 21310 Redwwod .wy. !ii! 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