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Wednesday, August 6, 1980. page 9 Arts and 00fts Festival be held fts Show, Hedger Bowlin Hospitalily Qoverdale Chairmant at the winery is  is to be to pleased announce the weekend at opening of he new dining nl01 Winery. room, converted from a large vault IIaad inside the A collection of old papers, | room of the photographs and equipmenl I are on display in this unique beautiful twenty or room, which can be reserved ill  for catered dining of grups of for public illl i., ;, Most of 50 or more people L has been "om a County iitre paintings, _ats, pottery, Xt, "crochet, , woodenware The Commission asks hal y.u drop by l his weekend u enjoy the show, buy qualily arf and crafts, do some wine *asling. picnic and view 1he hislorical ilems on display. Hours are 10 a.m. o 5 pro. l.ucy Hensley, left, and Ann Gillis are shown with their work to be entered inthe Asti Arts and Crafts Festival to be held i' Friday Ihruugh Sunday. August s-t0 at Italian Swiss Colony Winery. The two paintings 00rdale Recreation news The end of the recrealion a fuufilled ime and have not yet paid for heir seats aad admission, you may call the Recreation Office 1o check Io see if there is still room. A .his ime I'd likeo Ihank Mrs Gambella for having made her delightful cookies f,,r everyone in he Hecr'eaion Program f- en- .p,y Once again her c..kies pr, wed . be a real fay.rite wi h he children AND the il good to be .turned day, July 21, I With the most COme Home!" r seen. Thank sic, and Julie, at Ihe park for ray return such L program is drawing nearer and all t,f us are planning for .ur farewell parties which will be held .n Thursday and Friday of his week..ur final week. For all age groups we have planned Hawaiian Luau parties lha are going !u fea' ure frui kab.bs. pineapple cakes and Hawaiian games. I hink everyone can ex , xo have (lur final field l rip wilt be held hs Friday. Augusl 8. h, Marine W.rld-Africa USA Evry.ne has been an- icipaing !his field 1rip f.r qui,e s.me ime. and i seems . be p.pular wih all ales. The (',s' ,f ,hc rip is $4.75 f,,r kids aud $550 fi,r adults. F,,r h.se wh. are s!ill in- ('r(,s (,d iu a :ending he rip shown are by Gillis and theeeramics were created by Hen- ley. Photo by Janice. saff Thank you so much for your kind thoughtfulness, Mrs. Gambetta. Seeing rha Ihis will be the lasl arlicle lhat I will be able ,, write for Recrealion bechuse ,,f lhe closing of the pr-gram. I w.uld like to hauk Julie Linn. .ur af- (.ru,,,,u aid and a darn good w, l,,r having made the ,t er.,.,u sessi,ns a bfl less c,,.tusmg I'd also like Io Ihank Cassie Wall for stan- ding in for me when I "ran off" to Vienna, and I really want to thank I.,ou Thompson for making the Recreation Program a real success and an enjoyment I'm glad to be part of. Last, but not least, thanks to all the kids who made the Recreation Program worthwhile, and I hope to see everyone of you at he Program next year! Bowling Scores River Rats 30 14 Garret tog 27 17 R.icarol 2 26 18 Ricarol 1 18 26 The Kirks 16 28 B.S, & Co. 15 29 John Waldner, 203-559; Mike Kirk, 201-553; Lori Pasquini, 189-496 ; Jean Bennett. 179-466. TUE. ADULT JR. TRIO Wirts & Keyes Chase & Naiman Ball. Nalenstedl /t- Vail Mar in & Ramos Goodman, Wilson & Vail The Conrads 31 17 24 24 THUR. MORNING BETTER HALF Whittaker, Naiman & Beebe 35 13 Damon, Stolz & Peterson 31 16 Jojola, Brown & Spelbring 21% 28 Stuber, stuber & Manion 21 27 Groom, McGahey & . Snellgrove 19 29 Alliston, Carlong & Marincic 16 32 23 25 Kathy Spelbring, 225-557; 22 26 Caroleet Peterson, 182-528; 22 26 Sara Stuber, 197-517; 'Jane 22 26 Whittaker, 200-505. THUR. FUN LEAGUE Doug Goodman, 189-544; Valenzuela & l)anny Wirl. 21@498; Jimmy Marley 26 Keyes. 183-492. WED. SCRATCli FOUR Garrel Iag. 16 Pick's Drive In 15 Damerow & MeTeer 13 Boise Cascade 10 Pardini's 9 PPizza Queen 8 . United Vintners 5 Clvd Aulo Parts 4 Larry Kramer 219-601. 18 Vaughan &Barney 25% 18 Four Seeds 27 21 4 Vaughan & 4 Johnsonl 23% % 7 Hoyer & l0 Menicucci 19 29 II Treys Team 19 29 12 postponed match 15 Mon-light Night: Lee 16 Menicucci, 202-544; Wally Vaughan, 210-519; Ann uier. 206479. our Star L[ London Broil n Turkeys, USDA  or Top Round_Sa!ew_ay. Grade A  USDA Choice traae I:mel S988 ( Farmer iimok-k-Ronm 1Regu|ar:Dsyot I . _ -. o,. Fill ..... " y ::lleway. Hall rmm Exceed 30, . .... : 188 00lb. I lIm:k Assorted Chops Top Round . 8128 o $15800. .... oo, $@68 I1 P rk r,p Sea Loin i w ...9lb. I lb. I "-," lb. L ,11  Boneless Chuck Crossdb Rot Roast Under , 00'1178 .00199 -r -- , USOA Choice 'i---- G,a e ",r B, "" lb. l G,,,, ,,, Ib.l "lb. L- ,..7%_ ,JF' Smoked Chops .............. '1 9 .., ........... ., r- -- .... 69  Skirt Steak .... o'2'..g " .2" Seafood S }ecials I Seedless Grapes I Romaine Lettuce Thompson. Relrehirl I ./, ' a F esh .... :P Summer r, eat. o.s.,  I 21 .,,o se Mushrooms I Natural Juices  ore  I  q..au, 8000Pkg.00,t00l 00forl Broccoli l '(J[ Bartlett Pears Garden : Sweet Fresh AOI00 $1  Canota  FIMa Umes  g" 4T:, \\; o,.t!,,, d' tlZP'e Oranges I .00,00lt_oody Peanuts Valencia Great I \\;r a,i _ - ,o,,,.. t",%;,, S159 ce,,ol ,,.RQ Sl  bagllJhk|t r'- 1 '/, lb. bagm DOzen Minute Maid Orange Juice, Frozen, 6 Ounces Scotch Buy, 16 Ounces Pizza Rolb Pineapple 3,001 Buttermilk Bread wngtrs b Idllt Apple Juice %==. 67 Ice Cream i Time Kidney Beans L. Buttermilk Jui Town House, Pink Grapefruit, 46 oz. Crackers Sunshine, ldspy, 16 Ounces II Heinz Ketchup Mayonnaise NuMade, Quart 14 Ounces 4 Tortilla Chips Party Pride, 725 oz. Pinto Beans Town House, 15 oz. Oel Monte Pears Bartlett Halves, 29 oz. Green Giant Entrees, 14 oz. Pine-sol 28 oz. 59 37 85 $159 sp 4 Bob iola, of Cloverdale bagged this four-pointer buck on the opening day of the deer hunting season in Sonoma County. He was the first person in Cloverdale to report his prize. Photo by Janice, Forest prepares for the opening of early deer season Mendocino National foresl brochures, 50 cent niaps, and by (he Forest, for example, Supervisor James L. Davis, a display map of the hunting shooling of any type is not Jr., siaed oday that lhe area will be availahle at these permitted in or near Sonyford and Upper Lake stations and also al lhe recreation sites. Ranger Dislricts geared up Ranger Dislricl Offices. The Forest Supervisor also for ,he opening of early deer " mentioned thai the hot:dry seastm whzch o ned Au usl Daws ures hunters to re a " pe g ' g a weather coupled wth an 2 and runs through to Sep- and follow the 1980 California abundance of dry grass and ,ember 14 in Zone A. Zone A is he area on the south side of F, resl Road I8N0I and Eel River Road 20N01 that runs ,hi'ough he Foresl from east ,O wesl. Davis said ha| check s,aions will be sel up and manned o assist hunters. Campfire permits, Hunting Regulations hand- book and be sure to stop at the nearesl station for validation after bagging a buck. Davis said that cam- pgrounds are open and ready for your enjoyment, however. Forest visitors are en- couraged to become familiar with the regulalions imposed Dirt Bike Racers Continued from page 6 one, so that is not a problem. A Cloverdale Race track, (I understand the cily has eleven acres set aside for recreation which could in- clude a dirt bike track) wou!d make it possible for several hundred youngsters to compete in an "individual" sporl. At this time, except for one or two, we have all team sporls going. A track could be used for racing and practice, also, it would be a greal place for an obstacle course where even the adults could get out in the fresh air, away from the polluted highways, which tends Io be eounlerproduclive Io their good inlenlions of fresh air and exercise. Insurance is a problem but il doesn't have to be in- surmountable. There is in- surance available for racing ihrough ttte American Bicycle Association (ABA), and each racer pays a small yearly fee and is covered by a medical insurance of $I,000 per incident. There is also a liability coverage per race which is included and sanctioned. Sponsors pay a $20 fee per race which covers underbrush, makes wildfire sil ual ions very probable and hazardous. Care should be used at all times as escaped campfires are a major cause of Forest fires. Campfire permils are required for any campfire, protable stove, or barbecue grill used outside of a developed area. the ;rack and the land owner. Bicycles are here to stay! There are a lot of kids out lhere who could benefit from a race track and com- petition...or just a place to ride their bikes with each other, off the polluted high- ways, off the streets. Today we need to find activities that whole families can par- ticipate in. For the sake of the community, to help with energy problems, the family itself, but most of all forthe children, all of the children! Dirt bike racing is being done. Why not in Cloverdale? High risk of rabies In Sonoma County During a six-day period from July 16 to July 21, Sonoma .County Animal Regulation has received reports of 56 bites. These biles were either animal Io human or animal to animal. Because of the high risk of 'abies "in Sonoma County, officials are concerned "Pet owners should' vaccinate their animals against rabies immediately," says Michael McFarland, Director of Animal Regulation, "The danger to the population from rabies is always premmt, but, we have been receiving more bite reports this month." Since January, 48 percent of the skunks tested for rabies have been woven rabid. This compares to 23 percent during the same period last year. Officials do not believe Ihe problem to be worse, but warn that if pets are no vaccinated, the danger in- creases of a. human con- tracting the fatal disease. After vaccinating pets, dog owners should purchase licenses. Because licensing requires rabies innoculation, it provides positive proof than an animal has bees vac- cinated. A license also provides positive iden- tification, if a dog should stray. Rabies is a serious and ever present threat to the health of our community. The disease is fatal and there is no known cure. The treatment for rabies, ihol it is necessary, is painful. The only real line of defense is prevention. For information on rabies vac- cinaiion and licensing call S-noma County Animal Regulation, 527-2471.