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Wednesday, July 30, 1980 - Page 11 n and Country open August 6 a and tdevisjon for Napa Fair at the Country the Cal and Jon lmown as Waltons" been er the She has confirmed con- lectures that her recording material is all either written specifically about her life or chosen because they could have been. And wherever she performs, her audiences are mesmerized by the plainly autobiographical section of the show in which she sings, "Until I Can Make it on my "The performances.of jazz vibraphonist Cal Tjader and his sextet have been scheduled .for 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday, August 7. This represents the fair's second attempt this year to offer local audiences free jazz are concerts featuring some of and 7 the leading musicians in the $, and, business. Tjader will Like the spring per- of fair formance of the Met Graves Jazz Quartet, the Cat Tjader tearful concert is slated for the Win her the shaded lawn area of the heart- fairground Plaza. best Tjader was once described by the Chronicle's John Other Wasserman as representing to be in- the classic case of the taken- per- for-granted jazz musician. Lovely Re has performed for twenty "Our years, developing a musical in style that knows no boun- and "The daries. He takes on Afro- Cuban jazz and pop as elements then combines commercial accessibility with the most pure musicianship. He has played with Dave Brubeck, the George Shearing Quintet and Paul Desmond. In Napa his sextet will include valley bassist, Mel Graves and Denny Zeitlin on the keyboard. Jon Walmsley's ap- pearances are on tap for opening day at the flair Wednesday, August 6, and are likely to show local audiences a brand-new side of this television favorite. Thus, because after delighting audiences with his protrayal of "Jason" on "The Waltons" for the past eight years, this 23-year-old actor, singer and songwriter has developed a show of out- standing country rock music with singer, songwriter Lisa Harrison and their band, "California." The band features Dale Schatz on bass and vocals, Bob Rafkin, guitar and vocals and Bill Turner, drums. They per- form from the fairground plaza stage at 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. opening day. Walmsley and Harrison will also be on hand to help host the Country Maid and Squire contest at 7 p.m. Rose Moutoya, fast-stepping performer, has dazzled audiences from Spain to California with Spanish dance concerts like she will offer with Cruz Luna and Los Flamencos del Valles at 3: 30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, August 10, at the Napa Town and Country Fair. Performances are to be staged in the informal outdoor setting of the flarground plaza. Admission is free to fairgoers. s|ss Soap 69 \\; Mayonnaise Tomato Juice Scotch Buy, 46 Ounces iii Vegetable Oil Mac & Cheese Edwards Coffee s5" Safeway Corn Flakes,,o._ 89* Scotch Buy Flour 79 Safeway Bog Food 3.89 Fruit Cocktail 49 Green Beans Stewed Tomatoes 3.'1 Town House Lasagna,o, 2,.89 e Reast Turkey Roast Frozen -Pork SamalW 12-9z.I mroribs Cantaloupes Fresh Iceberg Strawberries Head Lettuce J t.; mor o , Fresh, Crisp Pork Chops -..,..,. California Grown - " " - Midsummer Treat, Heads [rown Ir.acn c_cu00 39 39 Pock Loin Zucchini C00lery lb. ,: ..39 Oranges Raisins o*g 4-1bs. .... .*2" T.rkq Franks !1" Turkey Wings ,311' .... "1" Liver ........ 99 Pimm .59' Sbb Bacon ,._ !1" Gbxinb American Legion By FRANK OLLENA Now that the Legion's new year has commenced, there will be meetings and projects and more meetings for some of the Post's members. On Sunday, July 20, Commander Jack Durham, represented the Post at the United Veterans Council meeting held at Sebastopol. Also attending were Com- rades Charlie Harper and Joe Anello accompanied by their wives. Anello was in- stalled as Chairman of the Council and Harper will be the Chaplain for the new term. Anello also appointed Minnie Booth as Historian for the Council. Mrs. Booth is Department Commander of the World War I Auxiliary. Also present at the sebastopol meeting was Anello's mother who was visiting here from San Jose. The William Russell Ledford Post will have a meeting on August 13. Because the Auxiliary does not meet in August the Legion's meeting will begin at 8 p.m.. There will be no social hour before the meeting. During the meeting, plans will be made for the Boys State and Girls State September dinner meeting when the high school students representing the Legion at Sacramento will be honored and given an opportunity to report on their experiences. Comrade Anello has sent word to invite a foster daughter of one of the Post's membor who represented Sebastopol at Girls State and went on to Girls Nation. She is the foster daughter of Tom Vadon, grandson of Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Vadon. Comrade Vadon is the only charter member of the Post still residing in Cloverdale. Plans will also be made for the Sonoma County Council meeting which will be held in Cloverdale after the Boys State meeting. Legionnaires representing Amrican Legion Posts from thoughout Sonoma County will attend the Council meeting. The William Russell Ledford Post 293 received a special delivery letter from the North Pole; a letter from Mrs. Santa Claus informing the members that Santa was too busy to write. The letter went on... "Santa enjoyed himself immensely last Christmas in Cloverdale and plans to return on December 14/' He wants to see each of the 500 Cloverdale chUdren who visited with him and invites them to bring their little friends. Mrs. Claus wrote that Santa has a very special surpirse for his little friends this year, and that if all goes as planned, the local kids should really have a fun day on December 14. She wrote that Santa will write as Christmas gets closer. The letter included special regards to his friends Tom and Kevin of the Cloverdale F-ire Department. Apportionment of taxes distributed State Controller Kenneth Cory today announced the distribution of $6,207,980 to counties and cities as the July apportionment of cigarette tax. Sonoma County received $23,132 and C]overdale City got $878. The 58 counties' share was $1,122,650 and the cities' share totaled $5,085,330. This distribution represents 30 percent of the revenue deposited in the Cigarette Tax Fund during the month of June, 1980, less the State's administrative costs of $31,803. Distribution of $58,279,494 was sent to cities and counties as the July ap- portionment of State- collected "in-lieu" motor vehicle license fees, plus another $179,757 in semi- annual apportionment of off- highway license fees. Cory reported Sonoma County received $363,615 in motor vehicle fees a=. $I,121 in off-highway fees. In ad- dition, the City of Cloverdale received $6,464 from motor vehicles and $19 from off- highway. The distribution represents the cities and counties share of license fees and other revenue deposited in the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account during June, 960, and the semi-annual allocation of revenues deposited in the off- highway License Fee Fund. The State excise tax at the rate of $2 per $100 of market value takes the place of local property tax on motor vehicles., Except for that portion withheld to cover administrative costs, the money is returned to local governments which may use their shares for general purposes. The off-highway revenues derive from a $4 fee charged for issuance or renewal of identification of those off- highway vehicles designated by law for such identification. This fee is in lieu of all taxes according to value levied for state or local purposes. Cities and counties may use the funds for specified activities in Connection with the use or control of such vehicles. Half of each distribution went to the cities and half to counties in the proportion that the population of each city or county bears to the population of all the cities or counties in the state. Distribution is based on the 1970 Federal Census as ad- justed to reflect new in- corporations, annexations, special censuses and State Department of Finance estimates. Distribution of $65,036,956 was made among the State, cities and counties as the July apportionment of highway users taxes. Sonoma County's share was $244,386, and Cloverdale City's share was $2,754. A total of $15,430,631 went directly to the counties; $11,893,697 to cities; $36,202,628 for expenditures on State highways, $I,500,000 to the State Parks and Recreation Fund; and $30,000 to the Bicycle Lane Account. The total apportionment was derived from the following sources: gasoline tax, $60,359,370 diesel fuel tax, $4,660,772; transfer from Transportation Tax Account, $13,000; and miscellaneous, $2,8z4. The total available for the July apportionment was $7,504,796 less than that for the preceding month. The gasoline tax was $6,137,782 less than the June figures. The diesel fuel tax was $1,374,575 less than that for June. There was no trin- sportation tax transfer in June. The distribution was $9,115,893 more than that for the same month last year. The July 1980 gaso:Jhle tax distribution was $8,573, 602 more than that for July 1979. The diesel fuel tax distribgtion was $670,012 more than in July 1979. Apportionment among counties, cities and school districts of $2,949,223 in trailer coach license fees collected during the month of June: Sonoma County's share was $73,044.34. The largest apportionment was $312,802 to Los Angeles County. The smallest was $245 to Alpine County. The Vehicle License Fee law provides that the license -fees paid on all trailer coaches registered in California be apportioned monthly to the counties on the basis of the addresses of the vehicles recorded by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Each County Auditor then semi-annually distributes the total county apportionment among the county, the city (if the address is within a city) and the school districts in which each trailer is situated. Distribution is in accordance with a formula prescribed by State law. Tanya Tucker tickets available Tanya Tucker will be starring at the 1980 Lake County Fair on Labor Day weekend. Tanya will be performing on Sunday, August 31, at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. in the Grandstand area. Reserved seat tickets are now on sale at the Lake County Fair office. Tickets will be $8 for preferred seating, $6 for general ad- mission and $3 for children 12 years and under in general admission. All preferred seating will be numbered, so for the best selection-get your tickets early. Tanya is the young lady who became a singing sen- sation at the age of 13 as the "little girl with the big voice,' in the Country-Western field. Tanya hasycorded such hits as "Deltd Dawn," "Blood Red and Going Down," and Going Down," "Jamestown Ferry," "Pride of Franklin County," and many more. Her new album "Tear Me Apart" features her own style of music somewhere between country and rock which appeals to all ages of music lovers. Tanya has been creating quite a sensation lately through her love affair with Country-Western superstar, Glen Campbell: Don't miss out on this super-show at the Lake County Fair on August 31, 1960. For tickets information, call or write: Lake County Fair, 401 Martin St., Lakeport, CA 95453, t707) 263-6181. WeTip report Between June 27 and June 29, 1980, a home located at 1285 Wikiup Drive, Santa Rosa, was burglarized. Approximately $16,000 worth of household items were taken, including three stained glass windows, one with the initial "H," and two with d' California poppy design, a" Kennedy six-drqoser tool chest witha comp'Mte set of hand tools and 15" x 24" Leslie stereo speakers and a Fischer receiver. Other items taken include a Flamenco guitar, clothing, cameras, appliances, radios and indoor and outdoor furniture. A blue vehicle and two young men were seen at' the house, but this was not reported at the time to the Sheriff's Office. The suspects left beer cans behlnd and a not w.h stated, "Hey, people, you should lock your' If .you have any in- formation concerning this case, contact Deputy Detective Griff McKay at the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office at (707) SZ/-90'..