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Wednesday, October 29, 1980 - Page 11 2O 8 17 11 16 12 16 12 14 14 13 15 11 17 5 23 233-655. HDCP 20 8 18 I0 15 13 I4 14 14 14 12 16 I1 17 8 2O 202-573; 2o3-564; Mig \\;, Trio 18 6 16 8 15 9 12 12 Pac. 10 14 10 14 8 16 7 17 233-565; Teri 192-536; Mae i zsz-4. Fours 22 6 ling Scores Harris Radiator 17 1 Adams 4 6 Masoite 16 12 Naiman, Uselton Century 21 13 15 Maiman 2 8 MGM Brakes 13 15 John Naiman 180-331; IRon Tom Gore, Gren 170-325; Mike agnew Beekeeper II 17 137-272. Northbay Forest II 17 Mustard Seed 9 19 Thur. Morn Better Half Cloy. Hardware 20 Anderson Backhoe 16 Shop N. Save 16 Mill Street Millies 12 8 At The Mill I0 9 B&K Upholstery 9 Pauisen's. 11 KPPB 11 Julia Naiman 14 Jackie Snellgrove 176-519; 15 Rita l:tieetti 198-515. 19 Rita Ricetti 193-510; Bill Pdcb 182-495. Wed. Men's 875 Carl Young Cons. 16 Giovannetti's 15 Picks, 15 Garrett Log. 13 Cloy. Druids 13 Louisiana Pac.RDC I0 Pardini's Body Shop 9 Redwood Payless 5 Dean Young 268-715; Thur. Men's800 Dave Parsley 256-625; Dan Loisiana Pac 2 19 5 Coates (140 av.) 230-528. Wally'sHomeserv. 16 8 Masnite 12V2 llZ/2 Cloy. Auto Pts 12 12 Wed. Bantams (2 games) Andersen Exc. 11 13 United Vintners I0 14 Gren, Dining Rolando Lumber 8 16 Nixon 7 3 Louisiana Pac. 1 71/2 16% Gren, Spain, Dave Parsley 244..632; Rob Natenstedt 6 4 Wakeman 235-611; Cliff Beebe, Finck, Johnston 227-569; Paul Spelbring 6 4 Pasquini 236-555. Treankle, Stuber Sharp 6 4 Fri. Early Birds Spain, Manion, Math'iceS Saw 18 6 Evans 5 5 Louisiana Pac 15 9 Ricetti, Palmer The Wheel 14 I0 Agnew 4 6 Roxall Drugs II 13 Pankey, Poynter Orange Realty II 13 4 8 8 12 14 9zz 14z/2 7z 16//2 5 19 191-555 ; Caturgeli's Shell ii 13 Silva's Pharmacy 9 15 The Four D's 7 17 Jim Campbell 23-607; George Wiget 198-583; Shirley Wiget 180-503; Pat McGahey 205--494. His &Hers Reno VFW 19 5 Clov. Bakery 16 8 Aparicio Exp. 15 9 Field & Rued 13 11 The Encore 111 12/2 Sloane's Sea Prod. 8 16 Pizza Queen 8 16 Clov. Bowl 5 18V2 Meg Barber 209-583; Gloria Stryker 190-556. Sat. Juniors Sumpter, McFarland Anthony 19 5 Ball, Singleton, Whittaker Anthony 16 8 Stuber, wilson Vail 12 11% Natenstedt, Meeker, Ricetti !.2 12 Ahders, Stuber, Ricetti IIt& 12 & Willhite & Woods I0 14 Marley's &ail's 9 15 Willhite, Finck, Beebe, Chase 6 18 Zach Vail 213-569; Yvonne Whittaker 170-475; Jerr Beebe 163-420; Mike An- thony 163-400. Tennis News and Notes By CLIFF B. SMOO'f Players afraid of the president of the Cloverdale Tennis Club. She l]ad to earn her tournament wins like everyone else. And win she did. Emily Cottrell played steady tennis to defeat Diana Rivas, 6-0, 6-3, and earn the women's singles trophy. The tournament went like this: First round: Emily Cottrell d. Millie Campbell 6-0, 6-3. Sharon Reddy d. Nancy Rivas 0-6, 6-2, 7-5. Carol Ballard d. Connie Seymour 6-0, 6-0. Jane Paulson d. Robi Campbell 6- 0, 6-2. Margaret Brown d. Lisa Reese 6.0, 6-0. Diana Rivas had a first round bye. In the second round: Cottrell d. Reddy 6-O, 6-0. Ballard d. Paulsen 6-0, 6-2. Rivas d. Brown 6-7, 6-3, 6-0. The semi-final action saw Rivas d. Ballard 6-1,  as Cottrell had a bye. An1'the finals "was Cottrell over Rivas 6-0, 6-3. last week were John Gastineau and John Mc- Millan playing doubles. Other Tennis News and With a little practice they Notes: Sharon Reddy and would be awesome! The Alex Fassio are the award for most dedicated nominating committee for practicer goes to Mike 1981 officers. A successful Mills. Women's semi- rummage sale was held Oct finalist Diana Rivas was ober 25 to raise money for elected Homecoming the court improvement fund Queen. Tennis players are of the CTC. On the court beautiful people! Da.ncAerobics-- What is it? By EMILY COTTRELL Are you really curious of what all your friends have been doing on either Monday and Wednesday mornings or Monday and Wednesday nights? Why is it they all seem to have a gleam in their eyes and roses on their cheeks? And yes, you are right, they are definitely looking good. Well, it's no big secret, in fact, we'd like to share this phenomenon with all of you. Your friends are into Aerobic Conditioning, cing! DancAerobics is a aerobics refers to a variety cardiovascular Fitness of exercises that stimulates Program that combines the heart and lung activity for a basic elements of a good time period sufficiently elements of a good fitness long enough to produce workout with the fun of beneficial changes in the dancing. body. Running, swimming, Karin Miller, the cycling, jogging and typical originator of this program, aerobic exercises, has also designed a program for seniors, 55 and Your friends and dan- older. Karin will be in Cloverdale on Thursday, November 6, at 7 p.m. in the Citrus Fair Building. At this tme you are in- vited to come find out all about Aerobic Conditioning and to participate, free of charge, in a sample class designed especially for all of y,u, I I III First Annual Autumn Tennis Classic The First Annual Autumn Tennis Classic will be held a* Jhe Sonoma Stale University tennis courts" November 8, 9 and 15, 16. All events are open and include men's singles, women's singles as well as men's doubles and women's doubles. The draw for each event is limited and early entries are encouraged. The deadline for entries is ,October 31. Entry applications are available at most Sonoma County tennis clubs, shops, high schools, and the Sonoma State University aahle ics office. Furlher information is available by calling 664-2357 (days) or 539-6132 (evenings). S Ounce= Juice Drinks Gr, 46 Ounct Bananas \\; Golden Ripe Cloverdale receives share of taxes More than $I00 million was distributed this week to California cities, counties, and transit districts from Tomato Fruit Corn or Bean== the October allocation of Catsup Cocktail Peas .or Peas , loal 1-1-4 percent sales and Oel Monte. 24 Ounce= Oel Monte. 17 Ounce= or s1mch,  Mac=e. e D'il Monte. 1(! to 17 oz. tse taxes administered by the State Board of Equalization. William M. Bennett, for member, announced today that California cities received $64.1 million and Fresh Turkeys . counties $11.6 million for a total of $75.7 million. Also, J..,ao t=,.  $18.9 million Was paid to the ::! IM6. USDA Gr=de A - counties for their local  transportation funds. . The city of Cioverdale ng : received Ig,000 as its share [ of the $64.1 million and Peaches Tomatoes ,-,_.._. Sonoma County received Tu fvo=n, m $2 l De4 Monte. 16 Ounces Del Monte, 16 Ounce= ., e  $318,750 plus $222,500 for the 7er Frcw. Jb Ii , "''''" local transportation fund. 'rramit districts received nearly $3.4 mUlion of the October allocation. The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) . Del Monte Del Monte received $2.9 million; the Dill or Kosher Spinach Ground Bemdeu Blade Santa Clara County Transit DelMonte mckte=, 1s oz. Beef   District (SCCT) received 002,0r88 " ___ ..c._ ___ ,= t,, "-..., us* c,.= a,,,. $2.3 million; and the Santa Pineapple .. r= c,.o. ,,  Cruz Metropolitan District H.w.. RQ SlZ8 S9000 SlZ8 eachPJ el Monte I Del Monte lb. ib. Ib.I from an additional percent local sales tax paid Green Cabbage 16 o,. P*' I p.nn.N  Premium rfmv in the affected counties. Great for 1  (  39!Wewh'e'  *" "" Beef Homeowner's ColeSlaw lJF -- S199 RK Exceed 22  = Fal ,b, 8ozUU Advilor " Fresh Umes o Monte I Oel Monte 8188' Great for KC Cling Peaches [ Drink  i P0rk  . By ALLANBroker DAMEROW Tonics 8ach,  Pineapple- __  S Ib.I Roast _.,,, Zucchini Squash S168 -. S148 makesQUESTION:a better long-terrnWhleh Good So ' f1P. lb. Idl u=, Ib.I ...., u,, Ib. II . investment, a nice house in ' a rum-down area. or a run- ManyWays ibO v DelMonte DeiMont 7-BoneChuekRoast c.=..,.,., H down house in a nicer area? Green Beans Cocktail Sauce =.,o,,.,. s... "  r@' uo, c... o,, ...2 2* ANSWER: An old real Swift Samage ,.o. . ,. . .q,0 or Lnk Frzen ., Swift Sizzlean .,...., , ,, 31  I Crabs .. ,.=.,.. ,_..=1" Rlat Style Bacon  .,1 Smokod Ham Hocks 98' Cmlted Beef Brisket "=" =" I%tatoe. Yellowos Onions llkate Boston Fern The Old 8" Pot r.d)ia "--- "'- ' = $14e Cam (Cr=gmoltZ , $1 le) lilu 4=e, 1 pound Bread Winner Crushed Wheat Bread "" 6 71% Pound 0range Juice .--==. $1" Loaf Single Wrap ._---.. $14* *1" [..v,.. i Juice.o_,__.= '14* ,-,,,o_ 55* " ""'='} '=="= Tender Chunks o.,_ .. $3- 43' [ 93' 1Pound L,.. uei,00 JUt 78* KmCW.m W. 'om a tore... more! est ale adage addresses your question directly: "It's better to buy the worst house on the best street than the best house on the worst street." Baying the best house on an ierior street puts you at a disadvantage: Although the house may have what seems a bargain price, its ap- preciation will generally be less than the appreciatioa of mediocre houses on good streets. Tho best house on tho worst street, moreover, often has a limited market. Imyers who can afford an attractive one seldom look in a run-down area, bnthe other hand, Imyin8 the worst house on the best street gives you the op- portunity to-spend a few dollars upgrading to make it more atlraclive. And if if you are looking for ap- preciaton, purchasing property in a good loca!ion almos! always pays long4 erm dividends. - =;. .+ f Lee Levi of Pleasanton was winner of the CIoverdale Auto Parts donated prize at the CIoverdale Men's Softball Turkey Shoot last Sunday at Geyserville Gun Club. Prizes were donated by various CIoverdale merchants. Photo by Janice. i FAIR * PROMPT FIRM EXPERIENCED The Qualified Candidate This acl paid for by the COmmittee to Re Elecf Ju0ge James E Jones, Jr ,i