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breaking for Cloverdale Geyserville Cloverdale and Lrea sizzled last from the record- Indian Summer had highs of Thursday, October 2 3, with temperatures around the 100 the rest of the week. Pollutant levels in County were and were to continue. Fire danger is extreme to the Cloverdale Department and the Forestry offices. fog in the morning lower temperatures this a welcome relief. The weather in Sonoma this week is to be fair through 'with a cooling trend. I[ The weather thermometer at The First National Bank registered 107 at 2:30 p.m. on October 2. This was a record-breaking temperature for this time of year. Gaff Lutz, the bank's branch secretary, is shown checking it. Photo by Janice. lie C of C page I says it great get the long are a lot of up on. One discussing, they said, is the "Geyserville Fall Color Tour." Toasting time is planned for 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m. For reservations, contact Elaine Close at P. O. Box 286, Geyserville. Ballot page I not apply to to women | their names for look effect im- it will apply to Keene It was supported by Secretary of State March Fong Eu and the County Clerks Association, and it passed the Legislature unanimously. Keene is chairman of the Senate Elections and Reapportionment Com- mittee. • Amature Performers- Continued from page I surrounding environs, the November 8 hometown vaudeville will provide an opportunity to showcase that talent and provide an unusual evening ol entertainment," Vigne ad- ded. She is planning to serve old-fashioned refreshments with the show. Vigne explained she would like to create periodic vaudeville presentations similar to the original vaudeville that stemmed from the 15th century in the van-de-Vire Valley of France, from which the name is derived. During that time satiracle songs composed by local residents of that valley together with light, often comic theatrical pieces were frequently combined with pantomime, dialogue, dan- cing and magic arts which were presented in the local French town Vire. Later on, in the early part of the 20th Century, vaudeville came to America and became a popular American mode of entertainment, Vigne ex- plained. Those desiring to perform during the November 8 vaudeville show should contact Lora Vigne early for an audition date and for ad- ditional informtion at 707-857- 3524 Isis Oasis 20889 Geyserville Avenue, Geyserville 95441. further in- Please contact She really worth o! Were ordered - the Education Also, various made to help make available for higher Veterans has two women be ap- on this • Empire Runners Continued from page I awards to the first five finishers in eight different age categories for both meb and women, as well as a special award to the first male and female finishers from Geyserville or the Alexander Valley. The entry fee is $6 if submitted before October II, and will guarantee the runner a shirt at the finish line. Those who pay after October 1 I, will pay $7 and receive their shirt by mail. Entries will be taken until 9:45 the day of the race. The Empire Runners have invited Joe Henderson, author and editor for "'Runner's World" magazine to participate in appreciation for ls years of service to the running community. Also invited are Scott Thomason, editor of "Running Times" magazine; Walt Stack, president of the largest running club in America; Dr. Joan Ullyot, author of "Women's Running" and international marathon champion; Duncan Mac- Donald, former American record holder; and Dan Aldridge, Sonoma County's lone running entrant in the 1980 Olympics Trials. Other activities planned include a Country Buffet on October 25, from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Geyserville Grange. "11e Fire Department breakfast, 7 a.m. to I p.m. the 26th. An antique car show and crafts fair and wine tasting at: Alexander Valley, Johnson's Alexander Valley, Foppiano, Trntadue, Souverain, Nervo, Geyser Peak, Pedroncelli, Pastori, and Italian Swiss Colony wineries all of which have donated to the Fall Color Tour 15 Kilometer Run. For more information or entry forms, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Empire Runners, 529 El Dorado Court, Santa Rosa, California 95404. meet hi- up until now, and VFW The to this Flynn and The raised or their from 1050 to and this in by Sep- poppies 6 cents and a to the cans at a each were 24 I.D. cards, for Poppy F]ynn, number to members June. and Ritual to have for and we the the new formed at Will be asking it he honors of first of- more, but m the next Don't tt regular 7:30 Veterans See all Tollini, and fo Chairman rget your to the . It can or a gift All this by mnust reach I. Find Your Name in our Classified Marketplace Win a otFREE LUNCH the Hungry Hutch Each Week - we'll be r, electing a name.from list and placinq it somewhere in the Classified rketplace 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 Oeli Sandwich • Delicious Salad • Soft Of'ink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & Deli / • Eagles Wednesday, October 8, 1980 - Page 17 Continued from page 10 and another TD making the score 12-0 in favor of the Eagles. From here it looked like the Eagles had proven the odds makers who predicted the Wolves would win by 12 • WeTip Report Continued from page Z and carrying a brown paper bag containing possibly ether. Anyone with information concerning this crime should contact Deputy Detective Mike Brown, at 527-2118, refer to tO CR No. 3771-38 or contact the toll free WeTip number" (800) 472-7785. • Keene Bill Continued from page 3 mean the difference bet- ween life and death in cases of drug poisoning. "Now doctors must have samples of the drug taken in order to start the time- consuming chemical analysis necessary to identify it. Without an imprint, doctors can only identify about 30 percent of the drugs within 25 minutes, " Keene said. "If doctors can locate or retrieve tablets or capsules which are imprinted, the drug can be im- mediately identified. Some have been retrieved from the stomachs of poison victims with a recognizable imprint, as much alLLhree hours after ingestion." According to the Phar- maceutical Manufacturers Association, over 1,000 new drugs were introduced into the market between 1940 and 1978. Keene continued, "Many dpugs look alike. SB 1586 will ease drug identification by imprinting the necessary information right in the tablet or capsule." wrong. But QB Marcus Davis kept his team alive by hitting Fisher on a sixty yard pass good for a Wolverine TD. During the fourth quarter the defense held the Wolves until late in the period. With less than two minutes to play in the game, the F_,agles had the ball and was working on the clock when QB Rowland fumbled on the Eagles own thirty-yard line. The Eagles defense was able to hold the Wolves to a fourth down situation on the Eagle twelve yard line with only 34 seconds to go in the game. Marcus Davis pulled a miracle hitting Evans between two defenders on the goal line. Resulting in the final score. The Eagles lost the game due to their own mistakes. The Eagles totaled 65 yards in penalties. Stats Passing: Rowland threw for 169 yds. and two TDs 7x25 in completions. Rushing: Lampert had 13 carries for I00 yds.; Rowland had 8 carries for 2 ° yds.; Baumgardner 9 carries for 25 yds. l Receiving: Pearson 4 catches for 165 yds. and two tds. Total offense: 301 yds. Shane Young leads the defense with 16 tackles and Rich had three interceptions. Wolves 0 0 0 14 Eagles o 6 s o Scoring: Fag. Pearson 60 yds pass from Rowland. Kick Fairled. Eag. Pearson 70 yds. pass from Rowland. Kick Failed, Wil. Fisher 70 yds. pass from Davis. Davis Kick. Wil. Evans 12 yds. pass from Davis. Davis Kick. Geyserville Area Busine Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL U94-3339 / • ....... ............ • • .. ..... .............................................. ......... .......... • ..... • ... • ....................-.-.......-...-.....-............ • . ....... ..... . ..... ....... • .......:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.-.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.f iii .................................. . ............................................................................................................... • ................. ... .................. ii00! Geyserville is the home of one of the !:!: finest Italian Restaurants in Northern i:i: ::: California - Catelli's , The Rex. Santa . ::ill iii  and Virginia Ca telli opened the iiil !i! restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a ili family.owned establishment since ii:: :::::: .....  ...... then. Richard Catelli, their son, is.now ii !i! *;" " the owner and operator and is assisted iiii ili::   by his lovely deughter DomeniCa.which :::::'iii :iii Richard is still using the same recipes the family used for years and !ii maintaining the fine quality for • Catelli's gained it's fame. The menu is !ili variedThe barand isinCludes such specialties as rabbit, scampi, sweet breads, as well as steaks, seafood, poultry, pasta and many other items, i:i: separate from the dining ii!i ii!i room and offers an excellent selection ii! ::::' of liquor and wines. :!: :- ,, ....... ............................ . .................... :::: .::.::.::::::::.::::::.::.:.:::.::::.:.::.:::::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:::..:.:.::.:::.:::.::.:..::.:.::.::.:.:.:4::.:::.::.:.:::::.:.::.:.:.:::.::.:.:.:.:::.:..:::.:.::4.:..:..+......:.4.:.:.:.:.:..:.:`: 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 Bino'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 Romain  Bosworth Hardware .Paint *Hardware .Household Items Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 857-3463 'Visit -Growers Supply & Irrigatmn, Inc. ACE Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9904 @ Over 39 yeors in the ume location! Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, Housewares and Farm Supplies 20750 Geyserville Avenue 857-3484 LAMPSON TRACTOR This spice Available Reasonable Rates Call 894.3339 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 40018-1619/1t57-001400