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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, January 29, 1997 d Fishing Report Saltwater:. Rough seas last weekend kept many boats in port. Great tides were avail- able for sturgeon fishermen, but wind waves kept many from going out on the bay. Those who did fish for stur- geon reported only a few legal fish. There was a small craft advisory on the coast that kept many from bottomfishing. Prior to last weekend the ling cod and bottom fishing had been rated good to very good. Cardell Bank has been pro. ducing some good sized lings lately. STEELHEAD/SALMON Recent rains have made all of our rivers high and muddy. This week&apos;s forecast will bring more rain and put off good fishingfor at least a week in all but the smallest rivers and creeks. Last weekend (Jan. 17,18) found many anglers out fishing for steelhead and there were reports of poor to very good results. The Russian Riv- er was still muddy from re- leases out ofofboth Lake Sono- ma and Lake Mendocino• The south fork of the Eel looked fairly good but did not produce many fish. the Navarre also looked good and fish up to 12 pounds were caught by some, most using roe and corkies. The Garcian and Gualala riv- ers looked good but only a cou- ple of fish were caught• The Smith provided some good steel- head action for those fishing roe with corkies and spin-n-glee. The Mad was the best producer of steelhead by far. Most were us- ing corkies, puffballs, red beads with yarn, and long leaders• After this next storm, the Smith and the Mad will be the first rivers to be fishable with a good chance of quality fishing• LAKE SONOMA: Bass fish- ermen have reported some fish, but most are working rubber baits hard and being rewarded with mostly small fish. Catfish- ing has been slow. LAKE MENDOCINO: Strip- ed bass fishing is still slow. cat- fishing has been slow but may improve with recent rains. CLEAR LAKE: Catfishing has been good around creek in- lets. Most are using nightcrawl- ere, anchovies, crawdads, and chicken liver. Bass fishing has been fair to good. Most are throw- ing rubber worms under and around docks and rocky areas. UPPER BLUE LAKE: Trout fishing has been fair, cloudy water is being blamed for the slow fishing. Trollers have re- ported fish at 20 feet, buthard to catch. Most are trolling rapalas or flashers and a worm. This column is sponsored by Longs Drugs, Your Fishing Headquarters. Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas SP0000gNI &7/FISE HOMES & VINES (707) 894-5437 "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" 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The high school students cov- ered six different subjects for the fourth and fifth graders. They were as follows: pedestrian safe- ty; skateboard and rollerskateJ blade safety; seat belt safety; bi- cycle safety; school bus safety; and drinking and driving. They developed routines on these topics over a two day peri- od, presenting three of the sub- jects each day. The children were entertained on one dayby a film- strip entitled, "rigger Becomes a Pedestrian"; a game that fo- cused on the importance of safe- ty while skating and rollerblading; and a computer game which focused on the im- portance of wearing seatbelts. The children were given ques- tions where they had to figure out what the odds are of getting in an automobile accident with- out wearing a seat belt. On the final day of the presen- tations the children were enter- tained with presentations that tanged from a film strip enti- led, "Rabbit has a Bicycle Ride", to a drinking and driving video produced by the Cloverdale High School FHA-HERO chapter, to a computer game on school bus safety. In addition, each fourth (Above) 4th & 5th graders are shown playing a computer game on seatbelt safety. (Right) FHA.HERO member and fifth grader made one link in a "commitment chain". They were given a strip of construc- tion paper to decorate and label. Then these strips were linked together to form a chain which Angelene Smith holds up part of the "Commitment Chain" made by 4th & 5th graders. The Students committed to keep people they care about from drinking and driving. : ::: :::8:::::::::$ :i::-i:':!:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:: :i: ::!: :i:: :.::: :':!::!:i::: 8 ::::::'::: :!:i:i$-! }. :,:#!.-!i < :" : :: :iiiii!ii;i;!i::!ii ;: :" " <:: :: i :i!iiiiiiiiiiii:i!;ii i!!i iiii}iiiiiiiiii!i ii iiiiii :  $:i::;:i: ::::::::::::::::::::::: =========================================================================== is now hanging in the Washing- ton School library. The commit- ment the students made for their link in the chain was to encour- age people in their lives to not from each participating class. drink and drive• These students receive a free The pages were turned in to Mrs. Fogg, their PE teacher• FHA- HERO students judged them and awarded one page as a winner The final activity of the pro- gram was voluntary. Students were asked to color a page from a traffic safety coloring book that the Cloverdale Police Depart- ment supplied for this project. video or video game rental from The Video Store• Winners were: Jaymes Manes, Alejandro Reyes, Daniel Jewel, Ernesto Alfaro, Edgar Barajas, Jose Torres, and One year rate "-t increase ok'd for disposal A one year rate increase approved for Cloverdale Di al Co. by the City Council 22. The Council accepted an crease from $6.70 per mend I  $7.10 per month for a 32 g can customer, and an inch from $11•30 per month to: for two 32 gallon cans or o gallon can. The company had earlier questd a 18% increase and current raise in rates represe 11%. 894 The company expects to L quest an additional five  - half percent increase anddt _ - required county tippmingfe:  cost-of-livingadjust e ts ,, end of the year.   q more recycling. Councilman Mark Kinseyl J( ed that larger families who  UPH recycle to the limit stillw =* need a 64 gallon can eapaci E ES order to meet their disp a,er needs• It's a great time for you and your child to make a fresh start. Blood bank here Feb. 5, • Never • , L 89,1 neeo ,s urgel00 Blood Bank of the Redwo in critical need of all blood i I The Bank will be in Clover for a blood drive Wednesale-,, Feb. 5 from 4 to 7 pm. at F Citrus fairgrounds. [':'' The blood bank is expe :: ing a shortage of blood donal"--, and is in great hope that= Cloverrdale blood drive will .l..-i  out with the community's br '" needs• Donors must be at least years old (there is no upper limit), be in good health, (fr cold/flu symptoms) bring a ture ID, and have eaten a within four hours prior to gi Juliana Villa. _._ .......... blood. 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Start with good reading hab- its; make school a priority; put goals in writing, and show them you care. KINDERGARTEN SWITCH The AM and PM kindergarten classes switched times Jan. 27. The switch was planned to make everything fair for students, par- ents, teachers and staff. Par- ents who found either morning or afternoon an inconvenience will hopefully now be relieved.Thanks to all parents who support our kidnergarten program. MARTIN LUTHER KING Kindergarten and first grade students learned by Martin Luther King, Jr. through a vari- ety of programs presented at a special assembly. GROWERS Supply & Irrigation • Irrigation Systems " .Farm Supplies • Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 Sqtlennn's New and Reconditioned Appllancec Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Selll Competitive Prices 25 North St. 1 Healdrg FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS Friday, Jan. 31 and Monday, Feb. 3 due to staff inservice. Friday, there will be a health workshop presented by Terri Spenst, coodinator of nurse ser- vices for Cloverdale Unified School District and Kendall Galvez, district health tech. On Monday the entire staff will review the REACH plan which covers the role of the school comm unity; effective first teach- ing; appropriate safety net strat- egies; continuous staff develop- men, and home school partner- ship. Jefferson Day Camp will be open from 7 a.m to 6 p.m.. Julie MATHLAND WORKSHOP Several teachers at all grade levels are presenting a parent workshop about the new Math program Thursday, Jan. 30 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m• in various class- rooms, sponsored by the Jeffer- son Site Council. CAPP PROGRAM A representative Sandra Oso- rio, will have a parent informa- tion night Thursday, Jan. 30 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the staff room at Jefferson School on the Child Assault Prevention Pro- gram. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N• Cloverdale Boulevard • 894-4323 II . | Bill Andrew Stephanie Showers Insurance Agency We are now offering Homeowner's Insurance! Stephanie is located at the mini-storage complex. 555-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale Pager: (707)264-7465 • Phone (707)894-3315 act plays Jan. 31 The CHS drama class will  ._," ! its annual night of one act pl . ! Jan. 31, at 7:30 pm in the . gym. Tickets are $2, adults =,'. °, $1 students. . . i  wth some monologues• It i, of the good talent coming al  drama teacher Ann Boone C: CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST00MEN '- J1,,,--,,--, t,?ql): Rk r..( Y, FEBRUARY3- ". 1,/, JEFFERSON   WASHINGTON p.'-€ n Serce ?  z TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 EFFEFISON Beef Gravy WASHINGTON Pizza Ravioli BREAKFAST Cereal WEDNESDAY, I :EBRUARY JEFFERSON WASHRClGTON Mac/Cheese BREAKFAST THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 JEFFERSON Fib WASHINGTON Pizza Fish Burger BREAKFAST Cereal MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7 JEFFERSON WASHINGTON BREAKFAST Cinnamon Roll