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calls Canal a "Rip.off" she said. federal planning agencies." "a .Bark said the proposed Bark advocated research da Peripheral Canal's water and funding for desalinization would go to Southern projects, conversion to less Bark California, not for drinking water-intensive crops, and out at the and important agricultural water conservation through water resources, but to large agri- better land management before the business corporations that practices. of Cam- grow high profit, low-food Bark again issued a yield crops such as almonds, challenge to her opponent, before the pistachio nuts, and cotton. Rep. Don Clausen, to return the Canal Bark said the largest Kern campaign contributions from political County landowners to benefit oil companies, particularly Northern from the water diversion are Shell Oil Corp., a Southern afford to oil companies, specifically California land-owner and Getty Oil, Shell, Standard of backer of the Peripheral California, and Tenneco. Canal. uld threaten "Instead of continually Bark told the Chamber of fishing in- diverting water from plen- Commerce that "it is up to to further tiful, mountainous areas," people like you-the business rivers, and Bark said, "it is time for and community interests of power-in creative thinking in the state Napa-4o try to halt the Canal our water legislature and the Army and in so doing, gain political from us," Corps of Engineers and clout for the area." farm opens 's Shady at the in- 101 and two miles L l toss. Shady 870,000 sq. available The blend of grass for he s of coastal Farm of 110 acres into the sup- Smith, to managing anticipate business trade coastal 'e the largest turf facility in the area and can provide fresh, quality sod with little lead time, at a competitive price," Andrade explained. Andrade says the response by landscape ar- chitects, contractors, nur- series, builders, govern- mental agencies and other customers to Shady Farm's initial harvest has exceeded expectations. Shady Farm intends to plant an additional 20 acres this fall for 1981 delivery. In addition to its sod operations, Shady Farm intends to restore the I00 year old Laughlin family mansion located on the ranch. The mansion and surrounding formally landscaped grounds have been designated a national historic landmark. Plaffs for its refurbishing and fund a the fund has at the of the Manor I Page 6 staff for all the hectic the whole Parents of Musalacon High School students established a scholarship fund in memory of Musalacon principal Johanna Echols-Hansen who was killed on August 28 while driving on Highway 101 from Cloverdale to her home in Ukiah. week. And congi'atulatons to you, Phylis, Betty & Keviq McKay on the new addition to your family! (I hear she's gorgeous ? ) Health c wersion to a restaurant a,d country inn. Shady Farm hopes to complete restoration in 1981 and is interviewing prospective restaurant operators. PEO to hold annual meeting Sept. Sonoma County People for Economic Opportunity is holding its Annual Town Hall meeting for residents of the Healdsburg, CIQverdale, Windsor, Geyserville area on Friday, September 12, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church hall at 209 Matheson St., Heald- sburg, beginning at 6 p.m. The Town Hall meeting is an opportunity for low- income residents to present their needs and concerns to their representatives on the Board of Directors of the county's Community Action Agency. Input from the community helps to determine the direction of the local anti- poverty program, and use of over $2 million in anti- poverty funds. A complimentary dinner will be served, and limited childcare will be available. California Chardonnay released Geyser Peak Winery, Sonoma County, California, announces the release of a 1978 California Chardonnay. Chardonnay grapes, grown in Sonoma County and the Santa Maria region, com- prise 92 percent of the wine. Fermented cool over a long period of time, this Char- donnay is crisp and well- blended with a distinctive varietal flavor. The wine is a Room for one more thank you? This one goes to Mayor Jack Domenichelli. He graciously consented to be one of the escorts to our 12 problems ff they were not in treatment setting. They steps this kind of a more cost- represent the ideal kind of ia the future effective, more humane programs to have in a system pale straw color and possesses a pronounced varietal aroma. Aging in small oak cooperage gave Geyser Peak's 1978 California Chardonnay a smooth, rich taste and graceful finish. The wine contains an alcohol of 12.7 percent. Priced at $5.50-750 ml at the winery, case produetion is 18,800. lovely brides and because one of the gentlemen, Larry Golinda, became ill, had to lake over and do double duty without even one practice! Ihat is designed to reduce dependence on hospitalization. of is an ac- respon- as doing jobs, for the plus Ygiene, at- involvement program the Peer group activities group, g weekly and making °gether. is the interaction sense ol the com. This is s transitional working the tom- and whal it has tc for in- Hotme furthe Partial or Home is ,, only and to these four either be (or SSl funds) must be an a state the people of would admthmal Find Your Name in our Classified Marketplace Win a FREE LUNCH at the Hungry Hutch Each Week - we'll be selecting a name from list and placing it somewhere in the Classified Marketplace our subscription If your name appears, simply stop by the Hungry Hutch with some form of I.D. and enjoy a delicious lunch with our compliments. • Famous Hungry Hutch Dell Sandwich • Delicious Salad , • • Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch  :t 113 N. Cloverd'e Blvd. Must be c;aimed within 1 week of publication Wednesday, September 10, 1980 - Page_15 Camp Rose Players to present 'A Thousand Clowns' The Camp Rose Players will be presenting "A Thousand Clowns" by Herb Gardner as their fall production, t Performances will be every Friday and Saturday night at 8:30 beginning August 29 and October 4. TicKets are $4 and may be purchased in advance at Camp Rose Inn located at 2140 Fitch Mountain Road, Healdsburg, Ca. "A Thommnd Clown" directed by Myron Seth Yorra and is a comedy in three acts which concerns itff with the trial and tribulations of comedy T.V. scriptwriter Murray Burns as he battles with the social welfare system in an attempt to retain custody of his nephew NicK. ,Veteran Camp Rose per- former Robert Patrick "MicKey" Sbeeben I will be appearing as Murray Burns. Playing Murray's nephew Nick will be Robert Patrick Sheehan II. Seen in the role of social worker Sandra" Markowitz will be Kasy Silver whose stage credits include work with Anthony Newley in  "Roar of the Grease PainL Smell of the Crowd," and several Gilbert and Sullivan plays. This will be her first nonmusieal performance. Carel Veenhuysen will be returning to the Camp Rose stage as social worker Albert Amundaon.  at Arnold Burns will he another familiar Camp Rm Player, John Grm. Barry Cameron will be seen as Leo Herman, otherwise known as Chuckles the Chipmunk. Geyserville Area Busin Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL 894-3339 , ........, ......................,.........,......................... ..... ....;..,...,........ • ..................:.:.:.. :.:.: .: .:. :. :.: .: ,:.: .: +: .: .: .:.:. :.: .: .:. :. :::::::::::::::::: ::: ::::::: :: ::::::::: :::::::::::::::::; :::::::: ::::::::::::::;':.;.;.:.;:,':::....,., .,,..,...., : : .... ,..........:,...., -, . . ,-.-.... • • • .:......-.- • .*.......... • • . ...., ............. .......... • ....... : .... , ..... , * • * • • • ....o....o/............, i:: Geyserville is the home of one of the ii finest Italian Restaurants in Northern California - Catelli's The Reg. Santi :.:: • :.: and Virginia Catelli opened the i! restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a family.owned establishment since then. Richard Catelli• their son, isnow the owner and operator and is assisted by his lovely daughter Domenico. Richard is still using the samo recipes the family used for years and 4 maintaining the fine quality for whtch Catelli's gained it's fame. The menu Is varied and includes such specialties as ' rabbit• scampi, sweet breads, as well as steaks, seafood, poultry, pasta and many other items. The bar is separate from the dining room and offers an excellent selection of liquor and wines. ,'-;: . • i..I. ...................................................... ,, .......................................................... ,..:':: I II IIIII n fill I Jim's Automotive SPECIALISTS 21310 Redwood Hwy. Geyserville, Ca. 95441 (707) 857.3790 We are changing our name! After owning and operating the business for nearly a year, l am proud to announce that Blno's Automotive will now be known as JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS Everything else about the business will remain the same; the address, the phone number, and the quality personal service. Thank you, Jim Remain Visit i Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 8S7.9904 Over 39 years in the same lecattonl 4 LAMPSON TRACTOR Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 433-1619/851-3443 Boswarth Hardware .Household Items Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 857-,t61 I I II I| Growers Supply & Irrigation, Inc. AI:;F Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housawares and Farm Supplies 20750 Geyserville Avenue 851-3484 This space Available Reasonable Rates Call H4.3339