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August 6, 1980

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Chatter By VIVlAN WEER there's good and bad this week, folks. the Healdsburg Hospital The accident happened when she after her deer on the day hunting drop her a card or go see her this we see that the Arco their location on south Webavea new lady attorney coming to Chatter will do a full story on the future. was a young cavalry officer when the was shot at Sarajevo..the shot He was riding with the First His name was Manfred Freiherr van Ira die at 26, yet live forever as the (blank, and the new excitement of flight, he Service in 1915 as an observer on the daredevil deeds of the great Oswald become a fighter pilot, and by great his hero's own Jasta II sauadron, to peak condition by the master Albatross C-III for one of thenew eight confirmed victories in two 1916. In two more months he had For this he was awarded the Pour Le and given the command of Jasta The (blank) in his blood-red a marked man. Soon Allied fighter him in his fabled red Fokker Triplane y, 1917 After a further flurry He had been appointed an advisor to German High Command. March, 1818, he reappeared without planes...Brisfits, Camels and SE- The Rittmeister had returned with a his Fokker tangled with some RAF near Vaux-sur-somme, Roy Brown. Disobeying orders to a young second lieutenant, Wildred It was his first offensive action. With (blank) on his tail and zig-zagged of the Somme with Van Richthofen from 30 feet. Captain Brown came to the the red triplane. It swerved abruptly and British lines, raked by Brown's second pact, but the Fokker The (blank) had been shot dead by one that passed under his right armpit and east. , I ground gunners claimed to have brought still flares up occasionally, but it he was killed by Brown, who was s DSO for the feat. next afternoon, Manfred van Richthofen honors by Number 3 Squadron, His few friends would remember height, stocky, with dark blond hair with an iron will and fierce dedication to Aad both friend and foe have remem- legend his exploits of shooting 80 to win sinister acclaim as the deadliest War I. the story, of the Red Baron and you'd I found the foregoing account... The joint Energy and Harvest Fair to be held from September 12 to 14 at the Citrus Fairgrounds will feature produce and energy exhibits and carnival and balloon rides. Art and photography shows and many classes for 4-H members of Sonoma and Mendocino Counties will round out the fair's exhibits. Entries in all divisions are still open. till l Viticulture Show Aug. 22-23 John Batto, President of the California North Coast Grape Growers, has an- nounced that plans are finalized regarding the 9th Annual Viticulture Show and Wine Tasting. The show will run from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Augdst 22 and 23 at the Sonoma Fairgrounds. "The show has a two-fold focus this year," Batto said. One is to service the grape grower with exhibits and seminars as well as provide the grower an opportunity to taste the fruits of his labor. The second is to provide the public a chance to sample the quality wines produced fr.m N(,rlh Coast grapes. Hence, the theme is appropriate--Come Cellarbrate North Coast's Vines and Wines." The grape grower seminars are scheduled as follows: August 22, 10-ll:30--Pesticide Regulations for 1981; August 22. 2-3::o--Red. While Sales and Future T-Budding; Augus 23, 10-I l :30-- Importance-Status of Ap- pellation Approvals. Another important portion of the show is entitled "Lunch With Your Representatives." Several electeJ officials and individuals up for election have been invited to share a casual lunch with the grape growers on Friday, August 22. "The purpose is to allow the growers to share their feelings aboul the viticulture industry with their public officials," Batto said. As of this writing, Norma Bark, Don Sehastiani and Barry Wednesday, August 6, 1980- Page 3 and Fuel Filters Women's Club enjoyed their Cloverdale City Park Sunday. A group of early arrivals included Dorothy Price. Walter Karr, Elsie Karr and Audrey Bail. president of the club. Photo by Jan(ca. Keene have indicated that they will be in attendance. "A diversified group 'of exhibitors are already on board for this year's show," Batto said. "Entrance to the show is free," Batto indicated. The CN.C.G.G. is encouraging the general public to come and observe the equipmenl that a grower needs to grow quality grapes. There will be a fee for the wine tasting which will include a souvenir glass." The following wineries have indicated that they will participate in the wine asking: Field S.,ne. tl,,p KihL Trenadue, Mill Creek, Round Hill, 'S uvera.,latian Swiss Colony, Grand Cru, Milano, Husch, Kenwood, Grgich Hills and Simi. All wineries in the North Coast will be issued an invitation and about 30 lo 40 wineries are expected to pour for lhe event. Olher ewnts are scheduled, for the two day eventas well. On Friday at noon, a gourmet cooking seminar will be led by Martha and Rod Sherry of the Cookery Crockery Shop, and at noon on Saturday, a ,vine appreciation seminar will commence for the general public. Picnic and eating facilities will be provided as well as photography exhibits. Also, the Veteran's Building will house a large painting show sponsored by the Santa Rosa Art Guild. "It will be an enjoyable show covering all segments of the viticulture industry." Batto concluded. "Day on Campus" set for August 79 The ;hird annual "Day on Campus" will be held on 'ruesday. Augusl 19, from 9:: a.m. o 3 p.m. on lhe SRJC Campus in the Pioneer itall Assembly Room (nexl Io he bookstore). Hosted by he Re-Enlry Program. this evenl offers a personal inlroduction o ihe campus for women and men m,eresied in considering the -p, ions of re urning o school. There is no charge for his even , Accordiqg ,o Eleanor Farrell. ,he coordinator for he day. "We wan, io see ,he flew l'e-cl]] ry Well|ell ald me. a.d ,huse who have already reiurned .o school. n{?e tl)e alo;h('l', share (.xpet'ie(ces. atd ofler mu'u.al suppc;r{i |,asi year's pt'ogram was a ,remendous success and we expecl ,his year's ,u be jus; a suc- ressful.'" The day's eve,. s will begin a, 9:0 aJ.. wi;h a welcome ha. includes refreshqens. The Program is as follows: 9:30-10:0o--Welcome '. C.ffee & refreshmen, s. IO:(X)-ll :00 --Wonlell's t{c- En,ry Panel: Sharing & Caring I l :(H)-I I : :lO--Keyno,c Speaker: J.an Niebm)k; W,'i,er. Peel & He-En. ry 'WOltlan, 11 : 30-12: 45--Lunch (Bring brown bag lunch, roffee. ,ea. and olher drinks available) 12:45-1 : 30--Workshop: Values, Goal Setting, and Priorilies. Carol Chrislen: Life Planner and Leclurer I : 30-3 : 00--Int roducl ion o College Program: Questions and At}swers: lnformalion and Referral The highlighl of !he day will tx, keynote speaker Joan Niebank: Writer, Poel, and Rc-En;ry Woman. The em hasis will be on the classes ha are designed for re-en,ry sudents. In ad- di,ion. here will be an .verview o programs and services orovided al SRJC. Child care will be available. Bring a brown bag lunch. For furber information, meres:ed persons may call 527-4375 Monday through Friday, 9-5. SUMMER SAVINGS ALL Fisher Stoves S50o. Reg. Price Month of August TB&T Glass 204 N.Cloverdale Blvd. James Patteson In 7-80" exercise W. 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