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harvest begins at rain Ibeir first the 1980 boflor the of in the of the Prior Father the of all living things. He talked of the relationship of the soil and sun and their part in the ripening process. The first grapes crushed were several tons of Gamey Beaujolais from the vineyards of Bill and Dorothy New of the Alexander Valley. The Gamay Beaujolais grapes were 21.7 brix (sugar content) and looked to be in excellent condition. Shortly thereafter, a load of 23 per- cent brix Gewurztraminer grapes were crushed. After the blessing, the Souverain employees and guests enjoyed a large cake, 1979 Gamay Beaujolais and Gewurztraminer, and much harvest conversation. Winery President Lee Chandler expressed great satisfaction and expectations for he harvest. Winemaker, Bill Bmetti, was overheard saying how good he grapes looked, and Gneral Manager Joe Vercelli rolled up his sleeves for his 48th vintage. The crush should last for about two months or until early November. Souverain expects to crush about 8,000 tons this year from some of the finest grapes in the North Coas...Sonoma, Menciocino and Napa Counties. an Clausen chosen to co-chair nal Advisory Committee Jr., visory Committee will be of months, and will help con- to the great value to Governor tinue a close working has Reagan in identifying and relationship between studying issues for the Congress and the Reagan o(R.'Calif.) campaign this fall," Evans Administration." co-chair said. "The Committees will "Governor Reagan has play a major role in designing great respect for the con- Land policies and programs which tribution Congressman will be proposed by Governor Clausen has made in the area Ad- Reagan in the coming of natural resources, and knows that his work on this Committee will be valuable to the campaign," Evans said. Evans announced that the Congressional Advisory Committees will aid Governor Reagan in developing option papers and in preparing for the debates this fall with Mr. Carter. o4 St. John's Catholic Church in Healdslmrg gave the traditional blessing of the first gondola 04 grapes to arrive at Seuverain Winery on Wednesday. September 3. The first grapes crushed were several tons of Gamey Wednesday, September 10, 1980- Page 3 Beaujolais, Cake eating and 1979 Gamay Beaujohds and Gewurtztraminer tasting was held after the ceremony. crush will continue throaLrh the end of . -r flapjack cook for the big turnout at the Lions' Eye Foundation And is he ever a master at the art. Yes, sir! They were fantastic. Photos Foundation breakfast big turnout were and at the were one of eye is in Lions big there the and could im- Century Lions Club to hold trap shoots The Century Lions Club of Cloverdale will be holding three trap shoots this fall at the Geyserviile Gun Club.. off the Canyon Road exit on Frontage Road, west of the freeway. The next one will take place on Septemer 14, followed by one on October 12 and November 9. All will take place on Sundays. Refreshments will be Free movies at the Library Cloverdale Library is presenting three films on September 11 at 7 p.m. for the whole family. The films are: "California Gold Rush Country," a visual and Luckily there are those in The Lions' Eye Foundation our community who care supported by more than 350 enough to do something about Lions Clubs in California and this situation. Through the Nevada is affiliated with Cloverdale Lions' Eye Pacific Medical Center in San Foundation of California, Francisco, where the Lions Inc., eye care, other than support the eye department. glasses, is available to This includes the Lions' Eye residents who need it. Clinic, eye pathology, This is especially financed research laboratory, the for people who can't afford Lions' Eye Bank, where private care, who don't have people may will their eyes to medical insurance to cover it, be used after death to restore or if they do have insurance vision to some person through and can't afford the deduc- corneal transplant surgery, tible portion, and a division of special People eligible for needed professional services. eye care through any of the If the Lions find a person welfare agencies do not need eligible for their help, an the Lions. The Cloverdale appointment will be made Lions' membership in the after an examination by a Lions' Eye Founda- local doctor, optamologist, or tion provides aid for eye optometrist, indicating there but care, even hospitalization is a possibility of correction eligibility, contact John is not and surgery if no other source of the eye ailment. Harrington, president of the is available. For further information on Lions Club. AB 3195 measure provided, and many prizes will be offered. No alcoholic beverages will be served. You are asked to bring folding chairs. For more information call 894-2014, historical trip through the Mother Lode country; "Green Eggs and Ham," a Dr. Seuss favorite; and "Legacy of Anne Frank," thoughtful treatment of victims of the holocaust. The films begin promptly al 7 p.m. and are free Io the public. Call 894-5271 for more inform at ion. Jack Hiatt has a reputation for being the best egg flipper in this area. The Lions Club appoint him for this job every year when they have their famous Eye Foundation pancake breakfast. Helping to cook the ham is Curt Moore. Photo by Janice. have figure out what the Knox bill permit major amendments to Bosco said he will resort in reailydoes,"Boseo said. "ff bills at the last minute and back to his idea at the a battery of lawyers in the enable hundreds of measures beginning of the session that H. Legislative Counsel's office to flood the floor on the last Legislators be paid a yearly. ) said doesn't know what the bill few days. "We votedon well salary of $25,000 with a means, I don't see how over two hundred bills on the i housand dollars deducted for that anyone could feel confident last day alone," Bosco said, each bill introduced. "That he. voting for it." 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