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August 13, 1980

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inn Scores 33 29 28 19 18 17 34 26 25 & 25 & 23 The Conrads 23 29 THUR. MORN 15 Zach Vail, 2193-543; Terry BETTER HALF 19 Martin, 180-499. Whittaker, Naiman & 2O Beebe 36 29 Damon, Slolz & 30 Peterson 35z 31 WED., SCRATCH FOUR Jojola, Brown & Pick's 17 7 Seplbring 24sz Garret 16 8 Groom, McGahey & Damerow & McTeer 15 9 Snellgrove 23 Boise Cascade 14 I0 Stuber, Stuber & 18 Pizza Queen 12 12 Manion 21 26 Pardini's Body Shop9 15 Alliston, Carlon & 27 United Vintners 8 16 Marincic 16 Clvd Auto 5 19 27 Steve Morrow, 256-697; Rob Wakeman, 225-627; Mel 29 Barber, 232-600. Kathy Spelbring, 211-536; Brenda Odiorne, 204-524; Mickey Damon, 186-475. i booth at the men's softball game last week were Anna Flynn, Elite Kemp. Photo by Janice. THUR. NIGHT FUN LEAGUE Vaughan & Barney 31/2 21!. 16 Valenzuela & Marley 31 31 I6Z Four Seeds 30 22 Vaughan & 27% Johnston 23nz 28& Hayer -- 29 Menicucci 20 32 Treys Team 20 32 31 3-6-9 night, 4 games, Ekio Fanucchi, 220-823; Wally 36 Vahan, 224-801. Winter Leagues will start Sept. 8, 1980, and ar now forming. Come in and sign up. Women's Softball 1 Last Sunday night, August 3, Universal Painting captured second place by defeating Morgan Wood and Grapevine trounced Encore Tuesday Mama Nina's. In the first game of the double header for 4. Carla Seymour and Universal Painting defeated Marci Davis went 2 for 3 at Morgan Wood 8-1. Julie the plate for Mama Nina's. McCullough and Margaret On August 10 the Allstars, Den Beste each went 3 for 4 behind the hitting of Debbi for the winners. Tinker Davis (2 for 3), Ronda Sibert Anderson and Mac Hearn 2 for 2), Jo Dinning (2 for 2), each went 2 for 3 for the and Tinker Anderson going 3 losers, for 4, defeated Junior's In the second game Samples byascoreof 11 to 3. Universal Painting defeated The Allstars were a little too Mama Nina's by a score of 8- much for Junior's Samples to 4. Julie McCullough and handle collecting 18 hits and Lynn Mittleatat each went 3 allowing Junior's Samples night, 26-1. Photo by Janice. only 6. Ronda Sibert and Lynn Mittlestat made out- standing plays for the all st ars. Second Half Win I.ss Jr. Samples 5 1 Univ. Paint 4 2 Morgan 3 2 Mama Nina's 2 3 Century 21 l 4 Clov. Disposal 1 4 Over All 1st Jr. Samples Wednesday, August 13, 1980. Page 9 d Universal Paint 3rd Morgan Wood & Mama Nina*s (tie) ATTENTION: Ballplayers, Rooters and friends: There will be a women's softball banquet and dance on August 30 (Satur- day). Everyone please come to the Cloverdale Citrus Fair Building. The live music is by Courtney Collins and the black Bart Band. Cocktails will begin at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. After dinner all trophies will be given out. The dance will go from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. The price of the tickets are: singles $8, couples $15, dance only $3. The dinner will he barbecue chicken, salad, beans, bread and ice cream, cooked by John from John's Sandwich Shop, Santa Rosa. Come on out and have a good time!! For more information call Debbi Davis 894-2205. i:: : g0b 6-16 ounce Bottles (l=lu= Digest) Flmschmann s Corn Oil Margarine, 1 ib, (Zmpmso Corn OU Mar- godly, 1 I% Isc) C0ttage Cheese Lucerne, 16 ounce (erm Cottage C. 32 cw.. s1.5) Aurora Bath Titeue, 4 pack Tomato Pasle Tum House, 6 ounce TV Franks Fryers Manor House, USDA Grade A House Cut t. Fryecs, lb. 79) 9 ,- , Paine Ch, Twln-pak I C0rn Califomia Grown, Full of Country Sweetness earl Ib Farmer John ,, sass pork Boneless Rump $199 or Bottom Round, Sateway USOA co. ,ade e.., Ib.l Chuck Roast Crossrib "--" 19g "' USOA Cho*ce Ut Ctce dohn ,,_, Jl" Roast ,, .,., .44' stm. w,. t,l_;m) Hams ""-',, .'1" ,"'=.r=-,, - ,,99* Chops c..,o, .'1" Hocks =88  ,,o,,.  .49 ,.,,,, ,.,. ,.  ,t14| .  ='1 tt =,.,.., ... ,Jl" .,..,.,., .... 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'1" Rremk.. c s.,_, 1'/= lb. SAVE loaf 10 Fix Cereal UI In 11)0 Wheat ,'" :t",;. Cam, O ounce Dog Food, 23.S oz. Hot  0089' 0059' Your guide b Real Savings! ( SUPBR dECM&$ Spec la@s m our sto ( SAFEWAY SPECIALS "S44ano. Nap.a. So.area. Mwm. Comma Cost. UamedL S,ta CL Sa Frar,so. San Maleo acid  Cruz. "Pn m Cloverdale Recreation By LOU THOMPSON It's hard to believe that eight weeks of summer recreation have gone by and tha the end is here. The closing of the program came with the Friday field trip to Marine World. There were 90 Cloverdale people joining Jane and me on the trip. We all traveled to Redwood City in two Cloverdale School buses. I would like to take this op- portunity to thank the bus drivers who drove for the program this summer. Rich Cummins, Audrey Sinyard and Kassie Wall all helped to make our Friday trips more enjoyable. Just a few statistics to let you know how well your summer program went: There was a total attendance High school to host kicking clinic Saturday, the 16th of August, the high school is hosting a kicking clinic at 10 a.m. at Allen Field. There is no cost, coaches will help place kickers and punters. Drills and contests will also take place. Any youngster, Fop Warner lhrough high school who wants to work on his kicking should attend. I I of 1,333 which makes for an average daily attendance of 34 people; 382 people traveled with us on our seven field trips, 54 Cloverdale families were registered into the program which meant a total of 95 participating children ranging from the ages of two years to six months to 14 years. The ladies at City Hall were a great help to both Jane and me. They answered all our questions...even the silly ones and were always willing to help and supportive of the summer program. Barbara Peugh, Dorothy Montoya and Carol Giovannatto...thank you! There's just one last thank you to Joan and Larry Lagle who picked up after us many afternoons and always asked before they watered so that we would have a place t play. Working with Jane hat been a real pleasure. She and I are looking forward to working with your children again next year. We hope they have enjoyed their summer with us and will return. THE END...til Summer $81. Elementary school enrollment August 13-15 Enrollment for the Cloverdale Elementary Schools is scheduled for NOW II One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Coil Louise Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE Travel .Service 6920 COMMERCE BLVD ROHNERT PARK [ 795-69021 TERRY HAEHL Manager August 13, 14, and 15. (Wednesday. Thursday and Friday of this week). Sudents for kindergarten Ihrough Ihird grade will enroll at the Jefferson Elementary School, 315 North Street. 894-3307. Students for th fourth through eighth grades will enroll at the Washington Elementary and Junior High School. 894-2532, This early enrollment will help in tbe planning for this coming school term. Scheduled hours are from 9 to 12 a.m. on these particular days. Feel free to call for other times if the times listed are not convenient for you. Key dates at SSU The 1980-81 academic year beginning a Sonoma State University has a number of key dales for students to remember: August 26, 1980--New student orientation and ad- vising August 27-28, 1980-- Regist rat ion. September 2, 1980-- instruction, change of program and late regist rat ion begins. September 6-7, 1980--New student orientation retreat. September 28, 1980--Centare date. Last day to file change of program or late register. ,October 3, 1980--Last day to apply for degrees to be awarded in January, 1981. October 6, 1980--Begin filing period for June 1981 graduat ion. October 10, 1980-Last day to'declare Basis of grading. December 12, 1980--Last day of instruction. December 15-19, 1980-1;'inal examinations. IRS says deductible mileage rate Increased The standard mileage rate.. deduclion for automobiles used for business, charitable, medical and moving pur- poses in 1980 has increased according to Michael Sassi, Director of the Internal Revenue Service in Northern California. The standard mileage rate deduction for the first 15,000 miles of business use of an automobile has been in- creased from 18.5 cents to 20 cents a mile. The rate for business use over 15,000 miles a year and for automobiles that have been depreciated fully was increased from 10 to 11 cents a mile. The rate for an automobile used for charitable, medical or moving expense purposes was increased from eight to nine cents a mile. '"Individuals may deduct the standard mileage rate instead of the actual operating expenses they incur when uszng their car for deductible purposes," Sassi said.