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Softball halt from Auto is score I.T. inning lZor I.T. 11 6 runs, 8 LT. Lovato Jojola, Gil Ell each game a win over Geyser Peak 12-3. Winning pitcher Waller, losing Johnson. Hitting for Rolando Price 3x4, Evans 2x4, Waller 2x4, Ackerman 2x5, Scholer, Thuman, Grimaudo 1 hit. For Geyser Peak Gokan 2x4, D. Johnson 2x3. Second game is Grapevine over Dante 104. Winning pitcher Davis, losing Ham- her. Hitting for Grapevine Kemp 3x5, R. Davis 3x5, Antolini 2x4, Borgna 2x5, Sch- mitz, Angeli, Folari, Ramisoti each 1 hit. We have started raffling off two items each Friday and Saturday night and will League Food Marty's Red triple, D. lerun, R. Mathews M. Lopez hn, M. double, T rrow IXl.' K. Naiman double, K. and homerun, D. Wilson lx2 double, M. Lopez 2x2 double, T. Tindall lx2, J. Morrow lx2, T. Webb lxl homerun, C. Reese lxl. For the Dodgers, K. Kemp 2x2 double, M. Panzo 2x3. L. Woody lx2, J. Frederick Ix2 homerun, A.  Sharp lx2, T. Ottolini Ix2. Correction June 27-Marty's Texaco Angels 12. Wheel Care Dodgers 12. Tie Game. Food Care the Recl SOx Perlenfein double July ll--Toni's Pizza Orioles 14. Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 13. For the Orioles, G. Butler Ix4, R. Wilson 3x4 double and two continue for the rest of the season so be sure to get your tickets! Carol Rainwater (our secretary) won a bar- becue donated by Cloverdale Rexall Drugstore and a case of A&W Root Beer donated by Park Walker Liquor Store. This was on July 11. On July 12 Jenny Lopez (Mary's morn) won a hummingbird feeder donated by Cloverdale Nursery and a mobile donated by Wright's Office Supplies. A big thanks to the folks who donated and congratulations to the win- ners. triples, J. Persons lxl, D. Lovato 2x3, J. Henderson lx3, K. Thompson 3x5. For the Brewers, S. Botkin 2x3, D. Dalbec lxB, R. Marshall 2x5, R. Botkin 2x5 double, N. Frederick lx3, T. Mathews lx3. July 12--Toni's Pizza Orioles 17. First National Bank Phillies 2. For the Orioles, G. Butler 3x4, V. Vail lx4, R. Wilson lx2, K. Thompson 3x5, C. Richards lx4, S. Pope lx3, D. Lovato lx2. For the Phillies C. Yeazell lx3, P. Hearn 2x3, B. Strawn Ix3, C. Kemp lx3, B. Trag]ia 2x3. Wednesday, July 23, 1980 - Page 11 On Saturday, July 12, the Reds of the Little League were presented their Coach R. Agnew, M. Lemley, S. Wineland, L. Wise, T. 8tubberfleid, Ja championship trophies. In the front row, left to right, are: R. Dillard, M. Nichols, and Manager R. Lemley. Not iAetm'l: G. Fair, C. Rmash. 'e i Agnew, M. Munson. M. Panzo and C. Sanders. Back row', LEFT TO RIGHT: team was sponsored by B Construction. Photo by Jace. Specials, Specials, Specials Bowling Scores are effeclive 7 Full Oays...Hundreds of Safeway Specials are Un Advertised. M,,N..,X00D00OU.S THUR. MORN. Fresh Cor00 Salmon Whole. Red. Frozen Fresh '!iiiiii." 'I? Thawed. from Alaska . . Call . Ground Beef Crisc002il 48 OZ (NuMade Vege- table Od. 48 OZ. $205) 29 Regular. Does _t?R V':!  .o, ..ed ,,.'-" Lemonade 30%a, Ib' 88 Beeteak-  Sma,, .00O88 uso, c, ,,# . for G,,.-- lb. =- Onions or Radishes, for am A - your Salads or ]l , Relish Tray  I II -v bunchlti.iP THUR. FUN LEAGUI Vaughan & Barney 23/z 16 Four Seeds 23 17 Valenzuela & Marley 23 17 Vaughan & Johnson 18V= " 21 Hoyer & Menicucci 17 23 Troys Teaml5 25 NO TAP NIGHT Naiman, 202-464. Things are really heating'up undefeated as of this printing. Picnics hi ' Ripe, Try Some OO C in the Major League as each I haven't got the standings "7"/ Vegeta..:es with Lucerne ,4F k" WED. SCRATC|! FOUR team is only 1 game apart in for the Dodgers or the Angels Hickory, Water ,dd (s,,c = .e, ..... , .... c ..... i ,ce Cream Ib U Pardinrs Body 9 3 their standings. At this time so will report as soon as I get rrots O Mxed Frozen 10 oz * Boneless Rump Pizza 7 4 Phillies 4 and 5. The turned in by noon Friday. b or Bottom Round ,Nlrt Boise Cascade 6 6 have really been exciting and Next week I will tell you aU . ..  Damerow&McTeer 5 7 whoever wins the cham- about our Fun Day at the USDA Chosce II lU IId l Grade e, Ib.l . . . .____ United Vintners 4 8 pionship will really have to Citrus Fairgrounds, Head Lettuce 31 ClvdAutoPts , 11 work for it, orrather they should he lots to teLI . there lJl,. 0ar..3.11 l[b'O lb. R[cl Bernie Day, 223-613; have been working for it as are so many "fun" things ,,,,v,,,,, t Sharon Ricetti, 220-590; each team is really closely planned. I can't wait to dunk Cure ............ ,00.sP Artich0kes 49 Marcy Mires, 213-585. matched in skill and there are Red! ..... S 58 == .... =- ,2 Pp00iR ..... AOc Lit le League News nnll/Idlldl I11 F,o Ftor,l, Mak Great Frel L mee Smnta R A Fruit .... Bowls ...... Necessdy dJucy Iblb Each O tIJ -IrJ | C July 15, the Preston Divine, David Pankey, out 13. Westshore batters. I11:lnrlrtm ' ,, =: c S99 OIUIUll  ...... c,,,s., u,rO Lumber Expos defeated the Dennie McAuoy, Jeff Lagel, Greg Faher led the all stars lUll ""::::::' * lb. It=, Fire Dept. Tankees 6-2 to Trent Stockman, Ben Kaisi, at the plate with a homertm - $.,19 , .'* .,.:=.o. ," Plums [' become the1980 minor league and Juan Leon. Manager and a single. Lonnie W. champions. Hitters for the Charlie Davies, Coach Scott and Tracy Stubberfleld also S, Ph"o: "p ;: bl  , C Expos were: J. Spellbring Gladden. homered. Steve Winmd ,. Limes 7 3x3, R. Davies Ix3, R. Spain singled for the All Stars. lx3 homerun, N. Rivera lx3, Little League All Star On Sat., July 19, Cloverdale '" C D. McAuoy lx2. Hitters for Tournament on WedS, July 16, was defeated by North Ukiah ....... -- .., Sunflower Seeds '000z69 tbeYankees: E. Delgadolx3 Cloverdale All Stars defeated AJi Stars by a score of 7-2. |t Chops ......... Sl" double, C. Choate lx2. Westshore All Stars of was not one of Cloverdale's [acon ..... $14s  Winni iteher J S lbri ngp .De ng. Lakeport 8-0 Lonnie Wise better days atthe plate or in . "l . ................. ,49 s Congratulations Expos. was a near oneman show the he d. Cloverdale t Franks ......... Sl  Tema member of the against Westsbore, coming managed just 2 hits, a :.= ,-'* 00cheffiera x: Jeremy Spelbring, within one walk of Hurling a homerun by Greg Faber and Jason Spelbring, Scott perfect game. Wise facedthe a single by John Naiman. it " :''i: .... ,..,39* n l.Choose romour j. ................  ,st" I r finest quality, 1 a An Neilson, Robert Davies, minimum 18 batten as the The All Stars continue play 1 [ popular umbre,a .' l &8_l Robbie Spain. Noah Rivera. man he walked was thrown against Fort Bragg All Stars I .. Roger Fletcher, Ricky out on the bases, Wise struck on Monday, July 21, at 6 p.m. ................ 99 . pl,s l --v ...... .... o ...... .,,. 6 Inch Pot'[ ,Cloverdale Recreation Jane is back and rarin' to This week will bring us the the bay on the Red and White | Fries Jif Peanut Butter I Cup 0 Noodles I Lucerne Ice Cream Homestyle Bread go! All the sessions joined Ping Pong Tourney and a new Fleet. Half Gallon forces to make a gigantic winner. $11900 00!00$159 o ........... . card for Jane's"Welcome We wfll all be onjo, the decorate the banner with was enjoyed by 67 people last rest of our stay at the Wlmrf I  I O tissue paper and small hand- Friday. We certainly had a will he in small greUl. drawn pictures. Each child bus-full and train car-full. At There are many thin to see signed her-his name on the one point I was worried about and places to visit in the Medium AA Eggs I Graham Crackers / Pineapple Spag _lti Sauce card. We are glad to have having to turn peeple away. Fisherman's Wharf area. ..Busy Baker. ./.1 Town House, Hagu; Traditional Jane back So that you will be guaran- Pier 39 is a huge (p., p,. Lucerne. / : Honey. ] I-'ouno / :. 20 Ounces or E.T.Z., 15 Ouncel , .A special thank you goes teed space on any of the complex and is close by. The 7-qc00005-q / Jane's substitute. Kassiewas recommend that you pre-pay ,mporteareahminthearel. with us for three weeks and for the desired trip. The Cannery and  I .-- ,m--; i  I ,,..,j   added so much to the This Friday we are going to Square are within waHkbM --- program. She introduced San Francisco's Fisherman's distance of the Wharf. "friable-ball" to us which is Warf for a day of shopping, cost per child, 12 years and yOIl ,.,, ., ,. . ,.. . .,. .,,,.-, , , ,.o ,,.. **, played almost like baseball, eating and cruising on the under, wiUbeadult i Store... .. ,..    c,  k Last week's Backgammon bay. The cost of this trip $6. Pieale remembl llmt '*v',,,,%'P',",",",",'%-",i Tourney was won by Debbie includes your transportabon prepayment will rantee " Daibec. She will enjoy a down and back as well as the your being able to come lunch in the park as her prize, one and a half hour cruise on along. BETTER llALF River Rats 24 12 Whittaker, Naiman & Garret Log 21 15 Beebe 29 11 Ricaro] 2 19 17 Damon, Stolz & Ricarol 1 16 20 Pelerson 25% 14//2 The Kirks 15 21 Stuber, Stuber & BS. & Co. 13 23 MaRion 18 2 Dean Young, 205-613; Rob Jojola, Brown & Wakeman, 226 608; Connie Spelbring 16% 23:z Kirk. 202-535; Janice Gayh)r, Groom, McGahey & 203-461. Snellgrove 16 24 Alliston, Carlon & Cliff Johnston, 1; Bill Narincic 15 25 Hoyer, 266-665; Randy TUE. ADULT JR. Julia Naiman. 200-514; Pat Vaughan, 218-623, Ann Keehn, 174-494. Squier, 236-586. Wirst & Keyes 25 15 Ball, Natenstedt & Vail 21 19 Chase&Naimans 19 2, Ponytail Legue News Goodman, Wilson & Vail 19 21 Schieffer, Martin & By TON! BORGNA only three games left for each Sumpter 18 22 team. The Red Sox in the t TheConrads 18 22 Two weeks !eft. How time Minor League have first Jim Keyes, 171-515; Julia flieswhenyourehavingfun! place tied up as they are