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page 10 Cloverdale Revi0e January 9. 1991 Contrasting s!yles marked n[ PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC !agles' first big game of the seaso OTICES NOTICES NOTICES "FICTITIOUS BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSLNESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS By Brian Sumpter A battle of contrasting styles marked the season's first "big" game for the Cloverdale Eagles and Clear Lake Cardinals, who tangled at Clear Lake High School Friday night in the North Central League I opener for both teams. Cloverdale rallied from as many as 15 points down for a 66-60 win, but it was hardly the kind of victory that would lead one to believe that the Eagles (11-3) are that much better than the Cardinals, who figure to be right there in the league race all season. Cloverdale routed Clear Lake by 20 points -- 53-33 -- earlier this sea- son in the John McMillan Holiday Invitational Tournament, but less than a month later, the difference between these two NCL I favorites has slipped to as little as six points -- and Friday's game could have easily gone the other way. "Considering the score of the first game we made quite a bit of im- provement," Clear Lake coach Ken Hook said. "And I think we have a lot of improvement left in us before we play them again (Feb. 1 in Cloverdale)." The Cardinals (7-4) should also have Danny Davidson back in the lineup for next month's meeting. Davidson, a four-year varsity starter, missed Friday's game with an injury. On the other hand, it wasn't the Eagles' fault that Davidson missed the game and.coach John Gastineau can take heart in a very gutsy effort by his club, which found itself trailing 31-16 with 1:37 to play in the fast half. Listless on offense and somewhat confused on defense, the Eagles played right into Clear Lake's hands in the first half. The Cardinals slowed down the tempo of the game on offense by dominating the boards at both ends, in fact, Clover- dale did not have a single offensive rebound in the opening period. The Eagles' man-to-man press was rendered equally ineffective by a bit of smart strategy on the part of the Cardinals, who had center Jeff Mettle -- the worst ballhandler among the Clear Lake starters -- bring the ball upeonrt. Matched against Cloverdale defender Jason Farris, Mealie was nearly flawless in bringing the ball across the mid- court stripe in the fast half. Further hampering the Eagles in Before you buy, let's comping. Maybe I can save you some money on insurance: Life Homeowners Auto/Boat/RV Business * Group Health ROD PERSONS leave f It"l;tle 347 Hoaidsburg Ave. Heaidsburg, CA 95448 707-431-8466 AIIslal8 o the first half was their inability to connect from either the field -- where they were 8 of 30 -- or from the free-throw line -- they were just 11 of 21 for the game. Cloverdale did begin to heat up toward the end of the second quarter as freshman Dennis Kurpinsky (15 points) scored two buckets in the closing seconds to cut Clear Lake's lead to 32-21. The game turned in the second half and there were two primary factors for that -- Gastineau made a defensive adjustment, double-team- ing Mettle with Farris and point guard Mark Domenichelli, and Domenichelli's inspiring play on offense, especially in the fourth quarter. The Cardinals began to turn the ball over and Cloverdale capitalized more times than not, cutting Clear Lake's lead to 52-45 by the end of the third quarter. And Domenichelli took it from there. The smallest player on the floor scored 16 of his team-high 22 points in the second half and 10 of those came in the fourth quarter to rally the Eagles all the way back. A pair of buckets by Kurpinsky closed the gap to 52-49 early in the final period and Domenichelli scored the Eagles' next eight points. He scored off the Cloverdale fast break, following Clear Lake turn- overs, and on two other occasions, he simply pulled up and buried medium and long-range jump shots. "He took control of the game," Hook said. "He's nota great shooter, but he hit two clutch shots for them." Cloverdale took its first lead since early in the Fast quarter when Domenichelli's twisting layup put the Eagles up 55-54 with just over three minutes to play. Clear Lake evened the game at 55-all be- fore Domenichelli pulled hp from just inside the 3-point line and found only net to make it a 57-55 Clover- dale lead, and the Eagles never trailed again. Clear Lake had a handful of opportunities to get back even, but what had been a red-hot team from the free-throw line suddenly turned ice-cold and the Cardinals missed the front end of three straight one-and-one chances during a 30-second span. Clear Lake would convert only 4 of 11 free throws in the fourth quar- ter, missing seven of its last nine. Farris made good on both of his free throws to give the Eagles a 59- 55 lead. Clear Lake's last gasp followed as Jason Picile was fouled bringing the ball across midcourt. He made his first free throw but missed the second, however, Mertle (24 points) was there to grab the offensive rebound and he put the ball up and over two Cloverdale defenders to make it a one-point game at 59-58. Farris was fouled while shooting on Cloverdale's next possession and he made the second of his two free throws to give the Eagles a 60- 58 lead. Ron Rivera scored four points in the closing seconds -- two at the line and two on an uncontested basket -- as the Eagles opened up a 66-58 lead. Rivera played a solid game on offense for the Eagles and finished the night with 13 points. Clover- dale's starters accounted for all of the team's points -- Farris adding nine and Fayter, who was shutout in three of the four quarters, seven points. Cloverdale played at Upper Lake Tuesday and will host Willits Friday night. The junior varsity game lips off at 6 p.m. At Lakeport Cloverdale 10 11 24 21 -- 66 Clear Lake 17 15 20 8 -- 60 Cioverdale -- Kurpinsky 15, Domenichelli 22, Rivera 13, Farris 9, Fayter 7. 3-pointers - Kurpinsky. Record -- 1-0 league, 11-3 overall JV girls drop 40-25 decision in season opener By Brian Sumpter Adjusting to the loss of its starting point guard, the Cloverdale High School junior varsity girls' basket- ball team dropped a 40-25 decision to the Clear Lake Cardinals here Thursday in the North Central League I opener for both teams. Sophomore Jaime Sanders was elevated to the varsity level prior to the start of league play and JV coach Jim Crump said the loss of his point guard threw off the timing off his offense. "It was our fast game getting back from the Christmas break, so we didn't play well," Crump said. "But not having Sanders did throw our timing all off." Nicole Baptiste and Tanya Flet- cher scored eight points apiece to pace the Eagles. Clara Vipond added four. Crump singled out Vipond for to place YOUR special mention. "She was playing with a lot of confidence. She played real, real well and I'm proud of her," Crump said. Vipond and her Eagle teammates fared much better Saturday in a 26-10 non-league home victory over the Mendocino Cardinals. Fletcher and Baptiste once again led the way with seven points each and Vipond had six. "We adjusted to our new point guard much better and were able to get into our offense," Crump said. Both Fletcher and Baptiste played strong games inside, according to Crump. "She was strong on the boards," Crump said of Fletcher. "Baptiste also played strong in- side." The Eagles were home against Upper Lake Tuesday and will return to action Thursday at Willits. The game tips off at 5:30 p.m. Call 894-3339 I + ' ' ldg + : ++ ..... ,,+" + :"' Hea burg/Geyseev . Business DireCtory--i. Shubel JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS CHEVROLEToOLDS,433.3384 INC. ' COMPLETE MAINTENANCE , ---'--"" .c..n L_J- I _ AND REPAIR, }1'1i, --,: 1395 Healdsburg Avenue on All Foreign & Domestic J..ll r  ' t]l CARS & TRUCKS __1 ., ,, "5 f. Healdsburg, CA 95448 (707)857-3790 . " "' 21310 Redwood Hwy .Geyserville i SILVEIRA GROWERS PONT,AC-BUlC00GMC, INC. Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems SERVICE - PARTS ...... Hardware & Equipment" COMPLETE BODY & FRAME SHOP RENTAL CARS "Farm Supplies 985 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsbur0 .Housewares 433-5541 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 i , ' - - So ms , New and reconditioned Avoliances " " " SDrin Air Mattresses - - LUNCH We service what we 11! FAMILY STYLE DINNERS COCKTAILS - BANQUETS Competitive Prices Free Delivery Now you don l have to drive to San " Francisco for a Giorgio's Pizza! 25 North St. Terms I 14-'-" 25 Grant Avenue Healdsburg 433-1106 .... Heal'.isburg  +, 43 3,4838 NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 904656 The name of the business The Old Feed Store located at 228 So. Fast Street in Cloverdale, CA 95425, Mailing address, PO Box 301, Cloverdale, CA 95425 is het registered by the following own- el'S: Charles A. & Janis K Fayter 26465 Dutcher Creek Rd. Ooverdale, CA 95425 This business is conducted by: individuals - Husband and Wife. The registnmt camenced to transact business ruder the ficti- tious name or names above on 12- 1-84 B & P 17913 /Janis IC Fayter This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY on the date indicated by the file stamp above NOTICE--THIS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE- MENT EXPIRBS HVB YEARS FROM THE DATE 1T WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK. A NEW FIC- TITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STA'IEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THAT TIME THE FIL- ING OF THIS STA'IEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AU- THORIZE THE USE IN THIS STATE OF A FICTITIOUS NAME IN VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER UNDER FEDERAL, STATE. OR COM- MON LAW (SEE SECTION 14400 ET SEQ. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE) I herohy certify that this copy is a correct copy  the original state- meat co file in my off'e. EEVE T. LEWIS COUNTY Oa/RK BY'Jicki Petenan, Deputy Clerk #101, Jan 2, 9, 16, 23 91 PUBLIC NOTICES FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 9O4451 The name of the business Seven Palms Trailer Park located at 42 Cherry Creek Rd. in Cloverdale, 95425, Mailing Address, 1601 El Arroyo Dr., Healdsburg, CA 95448 is hereby registered by the following owner:. Dlanne Marie Delflno 1601 E! Arroyo Dr. Healdsburg, CA 95448 This business is conducted by an individual The registrant cxmune.nced to transact business under the ficti- tious name or names above on 1- 15-89 B & P 17913. /s/Dianne Delfmo This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY mt the dat= indicated by the file stamp shove. NOTICE- This Fictitious Buff- hess Name Statament expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Slatement must he filed before that time. The fding of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the fights of another under Federal, State, or Common Law (See Section 14400 et seq., Business and Professions Code). I hereby certify that this copy is correct copy of the original state- mere on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS COUNTY tlERK By Id Ann F. Bouteher, Deputy #1209, Dec. 26 '90, Jan 2" 9,16, '91 PUBLIC NAME STATEMENT FILE #905056 The name of the business Clover- dale KOA located at 26460 River Road in Cloverdale, CA 95425 mailing address PO Box 600, Cloverdale, CA 95425 is hereby registered by the following owner:. Lloyd O. Johnson 750 State Street #107 San Diego, CA 92101 This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the ficti- tious name or names above on 7/ 09/90 B & P 17913 /s/Pmicia L. Hill, Manager Lloyd O Johnson, Owner This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY on Dec. 27, 1990. NOTICE-This Fictitious Busi- ness Name Statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before that time. The filing of this statement does no( of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the fights of another under Federal, State, or Common Law (see Section 14400 et seq., Business and Professions Code). I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS COPY IS A CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL STATEMENT ON FILE IN MY OFFICE. EEVE T. LEWIS COUNTY CLERK Lisa Catelani, Deputy #102, Jan 9, 16, 23, 30, "91 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEAR- ING BOUNDARY LINE ADJUSTMENT CITY OF CLOVERDALE PLANNING DEPARTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Planning Director of the City of C]overdale will hold a henring on January 22" 1991 ator after 10-'00 am. in the Council Chamhen of City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdsle, for the purple of considering the following boundary line adjust- ment proposal: 1. Cloverdale Land Pmmen II (Clovesdale Land Parmen II, Appfican and Landowners): Request for approval of a bound- ary line adjustment between APN's 115-230-26 & 27, 116- 320-01 & 116-320-02 (M.P. Rosen property) for reconfiguring six existing parcels. The resulting ms of the six parcels woold he 37 acres, 39 acres, 17 acres, 18 acres, 37 acre, and 23 acres. The project area consists of 175 acres located in the southwest portion of Clover- dale, bord-'ring Cloverdale Blvd. on its east boundary, Hot Springs Road for portion of its south boundary and the Cherry Creek subdivision on iu north boundary. Environmental Action: Categori- cal Exemption. Project details, md any wrimm cerements are vailale for review at the City of Clovenisle Planning Department, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, California. The determination of the Plarming Di- rector may he appealed to the Plan- ning Commission by the applicant or an affected party within fifteen (15) days after the date of the administrative decision. The City shall sdaedule the appeal for a public hearing within thirty (30) days after the filing of the appeal. Joe C. Heckel Planning Director City of Cloverdale Planning Department #103, Jan 9, '91 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICES FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEbtENT FILE NO. MM(dl4 The name of the business Manza- nita Manor located at 300 Cherry Creek Road in Cloverdale, CA 95425; Mailing address, 300 Chero, Creek Road, Cloverdale, CA 95425 is hereby registered by the following owner Care En West ' 2742 Dew An. Utah, State of Imm'perat. This business is condm:t by: Colporetion The resimmt cmrancnced to mmsact budness under the ficti- tious nne or  above on 1965 B & P 17913 /d James K. Brende, Administrator This stmemem was filed with the County Clerk of Sonema County on the da indicated by the file stamp above. NOTICE-This Fictmom us- heSS Name Statanont expires five yean from the dae it ww filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be fded befme that time. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the fights of under Federal, Su or Comm Law (see Section 14400 et q., Business =ad Professions Cod=). I he.by certify that this copy is correct copy of the original gste- merit on file in my office EEVE T. LEWIS COUNTY CLERK BY/dVidr.i Pmemm #1208, Dec. 26, '90, Jan 2, 9, 16, '91. m NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING The Sonema County Planning Department has received applica- tion LLA 90-782 from Nikki Rose-Yanglin/Jae Wilson re- questing lot line adjumnent be- tween 3 parcels 109.15, 4.78 and 0.20 acres resulting in 2 parcels 88.0 and 26.13 acres in size lo- cared at 31311 Pine Mountain Road, Geyserville4 Aplq 115-O80- 06, -09, -08; Zoning RRD (Re- suurc, and Rural Dev); 4th Supervisorial Dimlet. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Project Review aml Advl. sory Committee will conduct a ix/die he--inS to siaes .aop- tion of Negative Declaration and a on aaion on the projeot and/or conditions of ap- proval at 9:10 a.m. ea February 7, 1991, in room 107A of the Ad- ministration Building at 575 Ad- minimztio Drive, Sama Rosa, CA 95403. If yon dmllenge the decisions on the project in corm, you may he limited to raising only those issues previously reised befo the Proj- ect Review and Advimry Com- mitu at the hearing or in writtan form delivered to the Project Re- view and Advimey Commiuee prior to or at the heating. Prior to the he,ring, the goject details and mvimmmmud docu- met nmy be reviewed at, or writ- um ommmts mlxnitted to the Planning Department. Room 105A at the aboe address. Con- tact Sigrid Swedenborg. (70"/)527-2412. #105, .hm. 9, "91 NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 904681 The names of the business James- dale Enterprises and Anything For a Buck located at 130 Commercial St. in Cloverdale, CA 95425 are hereby registered by the following OkTlr S : Dale Whittington Hood 130 Commercial St. Cloverdale, CA 95425 and Terrence J. Petersen 130 Commercial St. Cloverdale, CA 95425 The business is conducted by Co- Partners. The registrant commenced to transact business under the ficti- tious nameor names above on NA, B & P 17913 /s/Dale Whiuington Hood This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY on Dec. 11, 1990 NOTICE--This Fictitious Busi- ness Name Statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new Fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before that time the filing of this statement does not of itself au- thorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the rights of another under Federal, State, or Common Law (see Sec- tion 14400 et seq, Business and Professions Code). I Hereby certify that this copy is a correct co W of the original state- ment on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS COUNTY CLERK By ts/Ellie Ersland Deputy #104, Jan 9, 16, 23, 30, '91 SELLING? [ Anything collectible. I will[ buy 1 item or a houseful.[ Call anytime. [ Therlault's Mercantile [ 894-5169 [ Misc. For OAK FIR $185 cord. g94-2396= CAL KING complete with headboard with lights and mattress. Older' dryer, matching  great. 5834. 45-47-ff FIREWOOD $160/split. 51-7t LUMBER sized PAL 857-3350. USED TIRES $ Southard's T'tre S. Cloverdale" 2492 FOR SALE OAK. Call 18-tf 'CUSTOM FIT Sold and Southard's 474 S. DREXEL Octagon end coffee tables 3721. 45-1-2t BROWN Sleeper Couch. tion $200. $200; Smaller $175; Dresser $25; room Set, 2 dresser $250. ter 5pro. 45-2-1t FOR SALE $125. 894-4916 + + Cars Tanning & i WOLFF 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY BEDS HI 85,500 original miles, New excellent tires and anSlX- From ration $850 firm. g94-3337, Lamps-Lotions-. 894-4782, Tom 70-2-4t Monthly Payments - ,( $18.OO Call Today Trucks t 1-800-: 2-4t help 75 CHEVY LUV P/U HOSPITAI W/Camper Shell. Needs Start $6.80/hr, Work. 894-5658,1-938-5059. exp necessary. 75-49-ff 1-900-990-9399 ext. : ---T---' 8pm 7 days. ,Livestock fee" THREE Ewes 3 yrs okL C.med Producers. 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