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f 6C - The NAPA VALLEY REGISTER Microsoft dominance challenged by Novell ByEVANRAMSTAD AP Business Writer PHOENIX - Novell Inc., challenged last year by Microsoft Corp. in the computer networking business, is now mounting a threat to Microsofts dominance of the markets for word processing and spreadsheet software. Novell announced Monday a $1.4 billion stock-swap merger with WordPerfect Corp., maker of the leading word processor, a move that solidifies its No. 2 position in personal computer software. Novell also said it would spend $145 million to buy Borland International Inc.s Quattro Pro spreadsheet line. Novell plans to package the programs, known as applications because they perform specific functions for personal computers, as a unit to sell to businesses and consumers. Industry leader Microsoft and Lotus Development Corp. also PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 94-0224 The following person(i) I (are) doing business as: K.D. MARKETING 4011 Via La Paz Napa, Ca 94658 DAVID GENE WIEIDRAAYER 4011 Via La Paz Napa, Ca 94556 (707) 252-7605 This business Is conducted by an Individual. Registrant commenced to transact business under the Fictitious business name or names listed above on 022594. Signed' David Wleldraayer I hereby certify that this copy Is a correct copy of the original statement on file In my office. DATED- February 25, 1994 H KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder D I. BELLO Deputy Clerk-Recorder (3-1,6,15,22) PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 94-0265 The following person(s) Is (are) doing business as: FLYING BOAR TAVERN AND GRILL 4050 Byway East Napa, Ca 94556 MICHAEL E. CROMWELL 21 16 First Avenue Napa, Ca 94558 CINDEBARTHEL CROMWELL 21 18 First Avenue Napa, Ca 94558 (707) 257-6739 This business Is conducted by husband and wife. Registrant commenced to transact business under the Fictitious business name or names listed above on 030494. Signed: Michael E. Cromwell I hereby certify that this copy Is a correct copy of the original statement on tile In my office. DATED: March 04, 1994 H. KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder D I. BELLO Deputy Clerk-Recorder , (3-8,15,22,29) PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PETITION CHARLOTTE JANE de7EU SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF NAPA CASE NUMBER 24715 IN THE MAHER OF THE ESTATE OF: CHARLOTTE JANE deZELL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be Interested In the will nr estate, or both, of CHARLOl TE JANE de'ZELL, aka CHARLOHE J. deZELL A PETITION has been filed by: JANE ANN de'ZELL In the Superior Court of California, County of Napa. THE PETITION requests that JANE ANN de'ZELL be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. THE PETITION requests the decedent's WILL and codicils, If any, be admitted to probate, the will and any codicils are available for examination In the file kept by the court. THE PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Acl (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval Before taking certain very Important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to Interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action ) The Inrle-pundunt administration authority will be granted unless an Interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition win be held on April 28, 1994, at 8 30 a m. In Dept. B, located at Napa County Superior Court, 825 Brown Street, Napa, California. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing Your appearance may be In person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must We your claim with the court and mall a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first Issuance of letters as provided in section 9100 of the California Probate Code The time for filing claims will not expire before four months from the heanng date noticed above YOU MAY EXAMINE the We kept by the court. If you are a person Interested In the estate, you may We with the court a formal Request tor Special Notice of the Wing of an Inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in section 1250 of the California Probate Code. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. DATED- March 15, 1994 JANICE F. NORTON Court Executive Officer BY: J. MILES Deputy CARLF SCHETTER 1040 Main St, Suite 303 Napa, Ca 94bj9 Attorney for Petitioner (3-19,22,25) PUBLIC NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE T.S. NO. 700054 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED February 08, 1990. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. T S. NO 700056 On March 31. 1994 at 10 00 A.M. at the Second Street entrance to the Napa County Courthouse In the City of Napa, State of California Napa Land Title Company, a Corporation, as Trustee under the Deed of Trust executed by CLIFFORD M. RENO, an unmarried man, recorded February 26, 1990 as document no. 05647 In book 1719, page 698 of Official Records In the office of the Recorder of Napa County. California, by reason of default in the payment or performance of obligations secured thereby Including the breach or default, notice of which was recorded December 02, 1993 as document no. 1993-39197 of said Official Records, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In lawful money of the United States, without any covenant or warranty, express or Implied, as to title, possession, or encumbrances, for the purpose of paying obligations secured by said Deed of Trust, the interest conveyed to said Trustee by said Deed of Trust In property situated In the Courty of Napa, State of California and described as-EXHIBIT "A" Being Lot 23 In Block 1 as shown on tne Map entitled, "Map of Howard's Subdivision of land adjoining Spencer's Addition to Napa City", filed October 31, 1904 In the Office of the County Recorder of the County of Napa, State of California, described as follows: Commencing at a point on the Southern line of West E Street, distant thereon 660 feet Westerly from the point of Intersection thereof with the Western line of York Street; running thence Westerly along said line of West E Street, 60 feet; thence at a right angle Southerly 180 feet; thence at a right angle Easterly 60 feet; thence at a right angle Northerly 180 feet to the point of commencement APN 02-081-07 TRUSTOR or RECORD OWNER: CLIFFORD M. RENO, an unmarried man The unpaid balance and estimate of costs, expenses and advances as of March 31, 1994 Is $189,-312 75: said amount will increase until date of sale - - - The street address or other common designation, If any, of the real property described above Is purported to be. 1663 E Street, Napa, Ca and 1664 D Street, Napa, Ca. I he undersigned Trustee dis-1 claims any liability for any Incorrectness of the street address or other common designation, If any, shown herein. DATED: March 03, 1994 Beneficial Elmer Baldocchl and Barbara Baldocchl P.O.Box 2538 Napa, Ca 94558 (707) 255-6982 NAPA LAND TITLE COMPANY, a Corporation, Trustee 951 California Blvd. Napa, Ca 94559 (707)259-2100 (3-8,15,22) PUBLIC NOTICE SEIZURE OF PROPERTY AND INITIATION OF ' NONJUDICIAL FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS BY THE DISTRICT AHORNEY To Interested Parties- ' On 2-4-94, at 1775 Silverado Trail, Napa, officers of the NSIB seized property for forfeiture In connection with controlled sub- -stance violations), to wit, Sections) 11378 of the California Health and Saftey Code (uniformed controlled substances). The seized property Is described as follows: $81 7 00 in US Currency Pursuant to Section 1 1488 4 of the California Health and Saftey Code, procedures to forfeit this property are now under way. If you claim Interest In this properly, you must, within thirty (30) days of the first date of publication of this notice, tile a verified claim stating your Interest In the seized property with the Clerk of the Superior Court, 825 Brown Street, Napa, CA 94559. Official forms for filing such claims are available at the Clerk's office. You must also serve the Distnct Attorney's Office with an endorsed copy of your claim within ten (1 0) days of the filing of the claim, pursuant to California Health and Saftey Code Section 11488 5 If your claim Is not timely filed, the District Attorney may declare the property described herein to be forfeited to the People of the State of California. The property will then be disposed of as provided In section 1 1489 of the California Health and Saftey Code Anthony Perez District Attorney (3-8,15,22) UVING HIGH AND CANT AFFORD IT? m tom cost strs m r mn AftSISrtR CLASSIFIEDS' see ivr urn-mo mo give notice er READING AND USING TNE CLASSIFIEDS" CALL The Napa Valley Register AT 226-3719 ' Tuesday, March 22, 1994 bundle their word processing, spreadsheet and database products together, selling them in what are known as "suites." Bruce Lupatldn, an analyst at San Francisco investment firm Hambrecht & Quist, said Novell didnt want to be the odd man out in the suite business. This clearly changes the landscape, but how it does that and when it does that are questions that remain, said Lotus spokesman Richard Eckel. In addition to its desire to get into the suite market, Novells move comes in response to Microsofts encroachment on its core business: programs that link PCs in networks. Microsofts Windows NT operating system, which went on sale last summer, has features comparable to Novells flagship Netware product. Both Novell and privately held WordPerfect are based near Salt Lake City and have comparable low-key corporate cultures. NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 94-4227 - The following person(a) la (are) doing business as: CHARDONNAY CLEANERS & SHIRT LAUNDRY 1520 Trances Napa, Ca 94558 PEGGY E. GATLIN 1036 Stonsbrtdgs Dr. Napa, Ca 94558 (707)257-2236 This business Is oonducted by an Individual. Registrant commenced to transact business under the Fictitious business name or names Hated above on 1089 Signed- Peggy E. Gatlin I hereby certify that this copy la a correct copy of the original statement on file In my office. DATED: February 25, 1994 H. KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder V L BECKER Deputy Clerk-Recorder (3-1,8,15,22) PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT . FILE NO. 94-0259 The following person(a) la (are) dolngbuslness as: THE BEADED NOMAO 11 22 First Street Napa, Ca 94559 PEGGY A OWENS ERRIDGE 1036 Solano Avenue Sonoma, Ca 95474 (707) 996-2752 This business Is conducted by an Individual. Registrant commenced to transact business under the Fictitious business name or names listed above on 030294. Signed- Peggy A Owens Errldge I hereby certify that this copy Is a correct copy of the original statement on file In my office. DATED: March 03, 1994 H. KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder D 1. BELLO Deputy Clerk-Recorder (3-6,15,22,29) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 94-0224 The following person(s) Is (are) doing business as: ALL STYLE TILE 3663 Palo Verde St Napa, Ca 94556 STEVEN P.KRUPKA 3663 Palo Verde St Napa, Ca 94558 (707)252-3663 This business Is conducted by an Individual. Registrant commenced to transact business under the Fictitious business name or names listed above on 022594. Signed- Steven P. Krupka Thereby certify that this copy Is . a correct copy of the original statement on file In my office. DATED: February 25, 1994 H. KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder D.I. BELLO Deputy Clerk-Recorder (3-1,8,15,22) PUBLIC NOTICc ABANDONMENT OP FICTITIOUS BUSINE8S NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 99-157 The following persona (persons) was (were) doing business M'CHAROONNAY CLEANERS . & SHIRT LAUNDRY 1520Trancas Napa, CA 94558 JACK M. GATLIN, JR. 1520Trancas Napa, CA 94556 This business was conducted by an Individual. JackM Gatlin, deceased Signed: Peggy E. Gatlin , CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that this copy Is a Correct copy of the original statement on file In my office. DATED: FEB. 25, 1984 H. KATHLEEN BONDS Napa County Clerk-Recorder V L BECKER Deputy Clerk-Recorder (3-1,8,15,22) PUBLIC NOTICE NAPA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' NOTICE OF P0BLIC HEARING REGARDING REQUEST OF NAPA VALLEY DI8POSAL SERVICE FOR AN ADJUSTMENT IN WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL RATES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Napa Board of Supervisors that on Tuesday, April 5th, 1994 at 10 sm. a PUBLIC HEARING will be conducted to consider the following: Application of Napa Valley Disposal Service for an adjustment and revision of the rates to be charged pursuant to Franchise Agreement No. 882 tor the collection and disposal of garbage and trash In the unincorporated territory of the County of Napa (Garbage Zone No. 1). The Public nearing will be held at 10 am. on April 5th in the Board of Supervisors' Meeting Room, Room 305, Third Floor, County Administration Building, 1195 Third Street, Napa, Ca 94559. Interested persons are Invited to attend and be heard. A copy of all information regarding the proposal Is available for review at the Office of the Clerk ef the Board of Supervisors, County Administration Bullolng, 1195 Third Street, Room 310, Napa, Ca 94559. DATED March 18, 1994 ATTEST: MARY JEAN McLAUGHUN Clerk of the Board (3-22,28) 4 Economic update Trade deficit grows wider in Januaiy By MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON - Americas monthly trade deficit, widened sharply in January as a big drop in sales of aircraft and telecommunications equipment caused exports to fall by the largest amount on record, the government said today. The Commerce Department said that the trade deficit in both goods and services jumped 51.8 percent ih Januaiy to $8.30 billion, up from Decembers deficit of $4.15 billion. That worsening occurred despite the fact that the government for the first time included trade in services in its monthly report. America enjoys surpluses in the service category, which includes such things as tourism, transportation and insurance, unlike merchandise trade, where it runs perennial deficits. The surplus in the services category did rise in Januaiy by a slight $130 million to $4.73 billion. However, that small gain was wiped out by a $2.28 billion widening of the deficit in goods, which jumped 28 percent to $11.03 billion. The total trade deficit, $8.30 billion, is the sum of the surplus in services and the deficit in goods. Commerce Department officials denied that their motivation for adding services to the monthly trade report was an effort to make America's trade performance look less bleak at a time when private forecasters are expecting the merchandise deficit to worsen sharply. They said the reason the change was made was to recognize the fact that services were ' playing an Increasing role in America sales overseas, now accounting for almost one-third of total exports. Private economists generally supported the change, although they said financial markets, which can be easily roiled by trade reports, are likely to continue focusing on the old trade series until they become more familiar with the new report. Under the old accounting method, which measured merchandise trade in a slightly different way, the January goods deficit would have been $9.84 billion, compared to a revised December deficit $7.37 billion, which had been the smallest trade imbalance in a year. The new trade report including goods and services still gives its country-by-country breakdown using only trade in goods. Analysts say they do not have enough Information on services, which are estimates, to provide country by country details yet. The United States continued to suffer the highest goods deficit with Japan, although the imbalance narrowed by 12.9 percent in January to $4.62 billion, the smallest monthly trade gap with Japan since June of last year. Market up slightly NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was narrowly higher today as the Federal Reserves policy setting Open Market Committee met to discuss the economy and monetary policy. At 2 p.m. on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 1.15 points at 3,866.00. Volume on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange was 185.81 million shares. Advancing shares outnumbered declines 5 to 3 on the NYSE, with 1,072 up, 918 down and 719 unchanged. The NYSE composite index was up 0.08 at 259.99, while on the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up 0.15 at 470.92. The Nasdaq composite index was down 0.89 at 796.41. Mostly traders were unwilling to make any major moves until they know for sure whether the Fed will decide to tighten credit, market watchers said. At midday a Fed spokesman said the committee had not yet discussed monetary policy, focusing instead on the economy. Many analysts expect the Fed to tighten credit again soon, as they did in early February for the first time in five years. That move set off a one-day drop in the Dow of 96 points, then a steady climb in Interest rates. Bond prices were slightly higher amid the uncertainty, pushing down interest rates, which move in the opposite direction. 4 ComputerLand changes name along with business direction By CATALINA ORTIZ AP Business Writer SAN FRANCISCO - The company that pioneered personal computer retailing is blazing a new trail, changing its name along with its direction. ComputerLand Corp., once a vendor of PCs to consumers and small businesses, became Van-star Inc. today. The renamed company will sell computers and computer-related services solely to businesses. "The dirty little secret of PCs" is one reason for the big change, said William Y. Tauscher, Van-stars chairman and chief executive officer. The cost of hardware and software is going down, but the cost of running them is going up, he said. As more and more businesses cut their own workforces, they are realizing its cheaper and easier to outsource, or hire another company to buy and fix their computers, set up and maintain computer networks and train employees to use the machines, Tauscher and industry analysts say. They also agree that Vanstars success depends less on vision than execution. ComputerLand has an honest understanding of the problems and challenges it faces, said Lee Levitt, an analyst with International Data Corp. of Framingham, Mass. The main challenge ... is a carefully managed implementation if its strategy, he said. "Providing the right kind of prod- Obituaries Capt. Robert Close Capt. Robert H. Close, U.S Navy (retired), died Saturday In Napa after a short Illness. Capt. Close was bom to Harriet and Luclen Close In Mt. Vernon, N.Y., on March 11, 1913. He graduated from the Naval Academy In 1934 and served on the USS Concord. He served In the Submarine Service during World War n and commanded the USS Pllotflsh. Further duties Includ Carrol Morrison SALEM, Ore. - Carrol M. Morrison, a Napa resident from 1964 to 1989, died Monday. He was 64. Mr. Morrison, who worked as a supervisor for Pacific Telephone Co., is survived by his wife, Jackie of Salem, Ore.; his son, Craig of Stockton; his daughter, Crystal DeLeon of Salem, Ore.; a sister, Marjorie Williams of Galt; and seven grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, 605 Commercial St. S.E., Salem, Ore. Interment will be private. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society of the Willamette Valley, P.O. Box 13005, Salem, Ore. 97309. Lucile Larson CALISTOGA - Lucile Meta Larson, a native of Millersburg, Iowa, died Saturday. She was 74. Mrs. Larson, a Calistoga resident since 1991, is survived by her husband, Lawrence V.; her children, Dale of Bodega Bay, Cindy Zarzycki of Eugene, Ore., and Kent of Gold Beach, Ore.; two brothers; three sisters; and six grandchildren. The funeral service will be held Upcoming services TUESDAY SPITERI, Charles; 1 p.m., St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 6404 Washington St.,Yountville. LARSON, Lucile Meta; 2 p.m., Morrison Funeral Chapel, 1432 Main St., St. Helena. WRnvvcnAv MORRISON, Carrol M.; 10 a.m Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service, 605 Commercial St. S.E., Salem, Ore. FRIDAY WITTMER, Charles Edward; 10 a.m Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 901 Washington St., Calistoga. THURSDAY, APRIL 14 PAWLOSKL Edmund B.; 10 a.m., Veterans Home Chapel, Yountville. CLAFFIY and ROTA FUNERAL HOME Pro-need Planning Available 1975 Main St. (At G St.) Napa 224-5210 m ComputerLand has an honest understanding of the problems and challenges it faces. The main challenge ... is a carefully managed implementation if its strategy. Providing the right kind of products and services and doing it in a way that is profitable to these organizations. Analyst Lee Levitt ucts and services and doing it in a way that is profitable to these organizations. Two outsourcing agreements announced Tuesday - with Microsoft Corp. and IBM subsidiary Integrated Systems Solutions Corp. - show that Vanstar is on the right track, Tauscher said. The agreements represent more than $200 million of the privately held companys estimated sales of $1.2 billion. Vanstar, based in Pleasanton, Calif., began preparing for the switch from retail after Tauscher led a group of investors that bought ComputerLand in 1987. At the time, the company had 760 computer store franchises. ed command of USS Trollus, USS Flredrake and on the staff of Naval Post Graduate School In both Newport, R.L, and Monterey. Capt. Close had command of the U.S. Collett during the Korean War. He later attended the Naval War College, Newport, and served at the Bureau of Personnel and Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon. After serving two years at JUSMAG In Bangkok, Thailand, Capt. Close retired today at 2 p.m. at Morrison Funeral Chapel, 1432 Main St., St. Helena, with Dr. John McKinney officiating. Interment will be at Rose Lawn Cemetery in East Moline, Dl. Visitation at the funeral home is today until 2 p.m. Charles Wittmer SANTA ROSA - Calistoga resident Charles Edward Wittmer, who worked as a milkman, cook and farmer, died Sunday. He was 79. Mr. Wittmer, a native of May-wood, Dl., is survived by his wife, Norma Jean of Calistoga; his children, Charles R. Wittmer of Guemeville, Thomas H. Wittmer of Austin, Texas, Steven A. Wittmer of Grayslake, Dl., Tracy A. White of Turlock, Daniel E. Patten of SanU Rosa and Bobbl J. Procter of Port Orchard, Wash.; 10 grandchildren; and eight grandchildren. A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m Thursday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 901 Washington St., Calistoga. A Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the church with Father Mario Munarl officiating. Interment will be in Grayslake, Dl. Arrangements are under the direction of Morrison Funeral Chapel, St. Helena. NAPA VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK Funeral Home & Cemetery The Valleys only, combination facility Offering Complete Funeral, Cemetery & Cremation Arrangements Before-Need Programs Tailored To Your Requests 255-3433 2383 NAPA-VALLEJO HWY, NAPA Funeral & Cremation Planning since 1902 Treadway & Wigger 226-1828 623 Coombs St. and 40 company-owned stores selling PCs to individuals and small businesses throughout the nation. After the sale, ComputerLand began to offer services for its business clients. But Tauscher didnt think retailing was the companys future. Computer buyers were increasingly savvy, relying less on salesmen and more on their own knowledge - and on bargains at computer superstores." ComputerLand lost sales as such stores came to dominate the retail market. "We looked at our hand and said, Weve got a problem. Weve got to change, or were gone, Tauscher said. "We decided we wanted to sell to large companies a family of services that someone was going to (need) with those PCs. So in 1991 and 1992, ComputerLand bought most of its American franchises in every major city. It also made two major acquisitions to further its corporate sales-and-service strategy. ComputerLand in 1991 bought NYNEX Business Centers, the computer-selling unit of the regional phone company. That acquisition gave ComputerLand a , nationwide help desk for computer users. The following year, ComputerLand bought TRW Inc.s customer service division. The division, one of the nations biggest computer maintenance companies, gave ComputerLand 13,000 service customers, many of them large corporations. from the Navy. He taught mathematics for 16 years In the Napa Valley Unified School District. Capt. Close Is survived by his wife of 57 years, Virginia of Napa; his daughter, Marian Llebow of San Francisco; and his son and daughter-in-law, Daniel and Darlene, and two granddaughters, of. Alta Loma. He was predeceased by his son, Robert Jr. and Stephen. No services will be held. Nicholas Walker Nicholas J. Walker of Cordelia, 9 months old, died Saturday. Nicholas is survived by his parents, Tracy and Todd Walker, and a brother, Andrew, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clay of Napa, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bill Walker of Yuba City. A graveside service will be held in Sutter. Memorial contributions may be made to Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research of America, 141 Fifth Ave., Suite 7-S, New York, N.Y. 10010. riQi)ituary boKcvv; Keister ir ne brief items ient- jilts tee. tferredrT-njeSiate fwu. mnbers, fjv?al services fcptj swtrtbutioaar? free 9. i-fi k f' .j- cThf ct'rrss. how . account j family his tories, h&bi&s and member- ahips,: t ' - Re ; ; is avails- nax? ? ad 2t-jU8 . -a hcn::s. ,& j- r!:5; lihJtBmHHn Our heritage has served Napa County families since 1863 24 HOURS: 226-7444 1660 Silverado Trail, Napa at the Lincoln Avenue Bridge

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