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June 18, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page S Train offers gourmet , 00lebrities and jazz ;and Italian Villa are the starring role in the of Celebrity Wine 27 the Cloverdale fhe Event: Ce- '97 to benefit Cloverdale Center. ,List iBill author Paul corporate consultant Peter Glen; former Raider, Cliff Branch; Brent Far- ; former Dodg- Mike Davis; and Wine Train '97" is to begin its journey Asti Depot at 2-hour train excur- find the guests travel- ',loverd and ,then the Rug Riv- land. with their fa- the guests will enjoy fine wines and hors d'oeuvres as the train meanders its way back to Asti. Returning to the Sbarboro Vil- la, built in the late 1800s in Asti, the guests will find spectacular wines and a gourmet dinner pre- pared by local culinary profes- sionals. Relaxing live music by noted Bay Area jazz artist Cat Austin and the Jazz Cats will add to the ambiance of the his- toric Villa and the .surrounding splendor of Alexander Valley. The Wine and Visitor Center will have significant impact on the economy of the entire north Sonoma County region, and has been supported by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and initial funding from charter memberships in the Wine Cen- ter Society. The Event is being sponsored by KFTY 50; the Press Demo- crat; KZST/KJZY; Exchange Bank; WestAmerica Bank; and Del Webb California Corp. Tick- ets and information are avail- able by calling (800)805-0045 or online at http:// www.cloverdale.net/train. BooluP- Kickoff Summer Reading  Kickoffon Wednesday, The kickoffbegins at 2 :We will again hold the he High School Foot- Cttridirectly behind the ous George will be with some of his mdlng Tm are any teens out there to be a part of the Reading Program, us. We want to in- older in our fill out a tl, and receive a good fqr chance at prizes: pizzas, ice certificates, movie passes, base- more raffle tickets. Library is eagerly the arrival of a new dedicated to full Internet access. the California State LLibrar- funds to purchase phone lines. usedthe Library's text-based Internet will really appreciate the difference, and new users will be surprised at how easy and fun it is to search the Net. We have many items of Interest to you -The Library is the place to come when you are looking for items like Farm Trail Maps, Bus Schedules, College Catalogs, mail-order catalogs, Jobs Infor- mation, Local Newspapers, City Council agendas, Driver's Li- cense Handbooks and a myriad of other things. If you can't find it or figure out where to find it, give us a call at 894-5271. We're here to answer your questions, in addition to providing books, magazines, cassettes and videos for adults and children. "' New Books am Always Coming In Just a reminder that our basic stock is books. We have received a number of new fiction titles for summer reading, including some mysteries and science fiction. We also purchase best sellers, but with those it is best to call us at 894-5271 (ext. 5) and get on the waiting list. The sooner you call, the closer to the top of the list you will be. Be sure to have your library card handy, as we will ask for your card number. Sbarboro Villa will be the starting point for the upcoming wine train event to benefit the new wine center In Cloverdale. Juveniles cited for bicycle safety violations to report to Boys and Girls Club Starting this month, the Cloverdale Police Department will start a new program to deal with juveniles that receive citations for violating bicycle safety laws. Instead of sending these juvenile offenders to Juvenile Traffic Court, they will now be cited to appear at the Boys and Girls Club to receive bicycle safety awareness training. Under a plan devised by Officer King and the Boys and Girls Club, juveniles that are given citations for riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road, riding without a helmet, not having a headlight at night, and other bicycle safety violations will be sent to the Boys and Girls Club on July 8 to watch bicycle safety videos and hear a lecture on bike safety. This program was developed to focus on increasing awareness of bicycle safety procedures while decreasing the focus on punishing youthful offenders. Hopefully this program will have the long range effect of safer cyclists with fewer accidents. Film Festival this weekend at Mendo fairgrounds Highlights of Anderson Val- ley's first annual Solstice Film Festival coming this weekend to the Mendocino County Fair- grounds in Boonville include a sneak preview of "Ulee's Gold" starring Peter Fonda, and "Space Truckers" with Dennis Hopper. "Forgotten Silver" will be the opening night screening. Sun- day morning will feature a spe- cial showing at 10 a.m. of "Shakespeare's Children" espe- cially for families. Final show- ing of this film will be at 12:15 p.m. For further information call Tim at 895-2333 or Maria at 937- 1261. Macintosh Users Group to meet at library June 18 The first meeting of the Clo- verdale Macintosh Users Group will be held at the Cloverdale Library starting at 7 pm on June 18. For more infomration call Jim Ganzer at 894-4745. James E DeMartini ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE DIVORCE AND CUSTODY PROBATE WILLS & TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION Church k or Chicken rbecue Cloverdale City Park Sunday, June 22, 1997 Serving Noon to 3 PM Donation $10-Door Prizes $100 Cash Drawing-3:30 PM SHUTTLE SERVICE FROM CHURCH TO PARK For further info call 894-2535 Information on foster parenting available July 6th An informational meeting for people interested in becoming foster parents will be held at the Family, Youth and Children's Services Building, 2300 Profes- sional Drive, Santa Rosa, Turs- day, July from 6 to 8:30 p.m. For more information call 527- 2245 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. till noon. O O O Get into the cockpit of a Grumman A-6E Intruder The A6E Intruder, also known as the "War Eagle", will be the focus of the monthly "Climb Aboard" Day at the Pacific Coast Air Museum. This carrier crai is a unique part of the museum's collection, all of which will be on display. You will marvel at the folding wings and be awed by the prospect of mid-air fueling as you note its prominent refuel- ing hose. The aircraft was built in Be- thpage New York in 1968 by Grumman Aircraft Corporation. PCAM's Intruder served two combat tours in Vietnam. The first was in 1970 with the Boomers onboard the USS Con- stellation. The second was in 1975 with the Main Battery on- board the USS Enterprise. The A-6 Intruder was the world's first"all weather  attack aircraR. When bad weather cov- ered a target, or when US troop's needed air support, the A-6 was the only aircrat that could get in and get the job done, day or night the 'Intruder was in it's element carrying up to 18,000 pounds of ordnance. Mark Fajardin, Crew Chief of the Intruder, will tell about its service experience, explain the working areas of the cockpit, and help you discover this aircraft's place in aviation history. He served with the US Navy from 1982 to 1988 with Anti-Subma- rine Warfare Squadron VP-31 and VP-50 at NAS Moffett Field CA Mark works for the City of Santa Rosa and as a Lieutenant for the Bennett Valley Fire De- partment. He also has a private consulting business. Mark has been a member of PCAM since 1994 and invested over 400 hours in the reassembly and detail of PCAM's F-4C Phantom, which was the first aircraft Mark crewed for PCAM. In 1996 he became the Plane Captain of the Intruder. Mark is married to his high school sweetheart Maria and they have three boys. He is a pilot and enjoys flying, and teach- ing his boys to fly. His other loves are fishing, camping and water sports. Bring your camera and enjoy this opportunity for adventure. While there, you can also en- joy the museum collection of air- craft and restoration projects, a gift shop and photo/memorabil- ia display. Docent tours and function ar- ranging for movie locations, par- ties, reunions, etc., is available. The Pacific Coast Air Museum is a non-profit organization ded- icated to promoting the acquisi- tion, restoration, safe operation and display of historical aircraft. They are open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 2 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. Your ticket to a secure retirement. For a recorded message of current rate information, call 1.800-4US BOND 1.800.487-2063 Stock inAmedc J ^  Kvve of tim r, rwalX'r ANNOUNCING! Th6 N6west Addition to Papa's Pizza Staff: : 0 Denaire and Mike Nixon with their new baby Elliott Michael Elliott Michael was Delivered June 6, 1997. Weight: 9 Ibs 14 oz Length 20.5" Proud Parents & Grandparents are Bill & Vera Wilkinson, Jim & Linda Pankey, Bob & Sydney Sciaini, and Joe & Ann Grossman O O O