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Theme page 6 salnTon. purpose of "the provide an concept for the boat owners for the which the The was "Carnival the festival r this year was Fantasy. ' must be December 1 will be an- Burke boxes are in Valley Ford For those not vicinity, Cam - Pisherman's O. Box 576, California page Z governmental granted on a Llpman said. where in 1956, is com- field. Rege Winery Continued from page I the remodeled winery under their newly created LeBay Cellars label, but will preserve the Rege label as well. The e&timated total price of the winery is to be about $700,000. The Rege family will still be in the vineyard business although out of the winery. They retained 10 acres near the family home on the property in addition to another 20 acres of vineyards running along the Russian River. Not included in the sale, is the Rege Cellars retail and wine distributing business in San Francisco, owned by David Rege, a grandson 'bf the winery's founder and Eugene Rege's nephew. * Cloverdale City Council Continued from page I -time dispatchers for the police department. LEFT TURN LANE An allocation of up to $2,000 was approved for a left turn lane at Clovercrest Drive and Shahan Drive. The project will be a cooperative effort with CalTrans. DESIGN REVIEW A slide show on the design review process will be shown at the November 5 Planning Commission meeting, City Engineer Carlile reported. WASTEWATER PLANT (_ Jmpletion of the city'.new wa'ewater treatment plant by Dalzell Corp., Oakland, was approved by the council. Publication of a notice of completion as also okayed. CITIZENS' COMMITTEE Formation of a citizens' committee was approved to give advice on proposed water system improvements. The city is applying for a federal community block grant Io pay for im- provemenls a Ihe reservoir and pumping station. Each council member will appoint two committee .,embers. The committee is required as a part of the grant application process. New TV station Continued from page 2 manager of KFTY-TV 50, commented on the new facilities, "The efficient design of the studios and offices, combines with modern, state-of-the-art broadcast equipment, will give the Son,ms-Naps-Lake area of northern California the finest television station of its e in America. We look forward to putting ournew television station on the air in early spring with full television service programmed for Santa Rosa, and the counties of Sonoma, Naps, and Lake, highlighted heavily with local and regional news and information about the people, the activities and the government of this important region." The installation of studio and control room equipment will begin after the remodeling and expansion of the building is complete in early 1981. The 1.3 million watt Channel 50 transmitter will be installed on the 4,230 foot high peak of Mr. St. Helena in November of this year. :an Legion Auxiliary page IZ official visit to each unit in Any high her district. Lois Jean Harrison, Fifth District field please President, will be making Nerve, her official visit to the the high school Cloverdale unit on November 12. Many in- the district tereing things are being must make an planned for this evening,. cCess Sunday please mark it on your calendar right now. Theresa Tollini, Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation Chairman, says it is your last chance to contribute to the Veterans Christmas Gift Shop. Please send your gift of $5 value or a monetary donation to Theresa zm- mediately. In Children and Youth the auxiliary is hoping to participate in the Special Olympics program and in the Reye's Syn- drome, a threat to our healthy children. Don't forget our special night, November 12. page l0 remembered Said, "I would e to worship, but the hymns I cannot bear A new was in step toward need, bringing storshipers I, say thal lhis was Ihe first time they had heard most of the service in a long time. Now another public address syslem is sis, in place in the Fellowship Hall for events held there. The visually impaired now enjoy the "Large Print Hymnal' a mimeographed book of a hundred much- sung hymns, developed by the United Church folks to parallel the Methodist Hymnal used by fully sighted worshipers. Large ity or capitalized print in the | Sunday Bulletins now page I0 and other She will alo be ,.t ministry of United is ecumenical "of Christian to their in Jesus worship, and from all in- Protestant, come expression dimen- faith and enable many partially sighted folks to see aga'm the church's order of wor- ship. The high steps to the 'of this year's of the was by CW'U's ical [hem,, "The is Upon was in Los the midst of tension, the nearly of CWU will pea- of he will enable for l*ee in their Day in 1$43 ef World War service, members of New York, emphasis on action for The the service, Spt in of the and the Spirit in in "the the power of eontinue to WDmen are entrance ways of this old 'historic church uecame a barrier [o many whose mobility was limited or impaired, literally 'closing doors" unintentionally. Finally, three ramps have. been constructed, two smaller wooden ramps into the newer educational- office building and, now, the larger cement ramp to be dedicated Sunday. United Church folks have learned that "access" means much more Ihan gelling in and out of buildings readily and participating fully when among us. It means taking io others the tools, that enable those who are handicapped or shut-ins toe be involved in Ihe faith com munily. Large print Bibles lo he visually han- dicapped, along wilh other large print devolional reading materials, cassette tapes of the entire Good News Testament, of ser- mons, of choral music, etc., to those temporarily or regularly unable to par- ticipate in church and communily life. Meal of all, we opened our un- derstanding to new frontiers of inclusiveness in the Body ,)f Christ, the Church, recognizing that we still have much to do to expand .that goal to all people. Find Your Name in our Classified Marketplace Win a LUNCH at the Hungry Hutch Each Week - we'll be selecting a name.from our subscription list and placing, it somewhere in the Classitied /dlrket place If your name appears . simply stop by the Hungry Hutch with some form of I;13. and enioy a delicious lunch with our Compliments. Famous Hungry Hutch Oeli Sandwich Delicious flad Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & [:)eli dS 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Must be Claimecl within 1 week of publication Wednesday, November 5, 1980 - Page 17 Noted lecturer to speak in Ukiah By DORIS HILL The only female recipient of the Bob Hope 5-Star Civilian Award from Valley Forge Military Academy, Lucile F. Johnson, will be she speaker at this month's "Know Your Religion" leclure Friday night in Ukiah beginning at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Johnson's topic will be "Marriage: Love, Honor and Negotiation." The discussion will focus on patterns of behavior which increase the success of the love and honor and negotiation experience. She will be speaking at the White House Conference on Family Relations in 1981 in Washinglon, D.C., and has been described as the "most outstanding resource speaker in her field." In June she leclured at the General Federaled Women's Club in SI. I.uis for their International Convention which included 49 countries. She has lectured ex- lensively throughout Europe, Asia and lhe U.S. She has served as an Ad- visor on Family Affairs to the Commander-in.Chief of Ihe U.S.A. in Europe and the Seventh Army. In this capacity she gave lectures, private consultations and family enrichment seminars. She addressed most of {he international schools in Europe and was Ihe keynote speaker for a leen forum in Europe for a period of five years. She is also Ihe keynote speaker for I he Protestant Women of Europe, returning there each year. 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