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115 West First Street Cloverdale, Californio 707 894-3800 I!: i:, Page 8, Cloverdale Revellle, February 19, 1997 Students were educated and entertained at last Wednesday's Brainwave kickoff assemblies. The Great Academic Brainwave, scheduled for Mar. 20, helps to raise money for classrooms, schools and nonprofit founda- tions. It is the only fundraiser that links earning money to ac- ademics. Students entered the cafete- ria to "Surfing Safari". The room was decorated with balloons, hearts and a giant head with the names of all the selected non- profit foundations listed in the brain. A humorous sketch was presented by Brainwave Bob, aka Richard Greene and Aca- demic A1, aka Dr. Ed Biery. They encouraged students to study for Brainwave. Each non-profit rep- resentative spoke briefly about their organization. The students gave a hip, hip, hooray for each one! Non-profit foundations chosen are as follows: Boys and Girls Club; Cloverdale Food Pantry; Family Service; Copper Tower Teen Clinic; Special Olympics; Lytton Salvation Army; Star- cross; Leopards, Etc; Healdsburg Animal Shelter; Friends of the Library; Wallace House; United Church Youth Choir; Bat Con- servation Fund and GirrScouts. Please support classrooms, the CARE Foundation and the above non-profit organizations by spon- soring a child during the Great Academic Brainwave! Value Theme Honesty is the value theme this month. At assemblies we are discussing the importance of telling the truth with all kinder- garten through third grade stu- dents. Parents are encouraged to reinforce this value theme at home. Sometimes it is difficult for the young child to distim guish between truth and fiction. Fantasy and make believe are normal. However, you can teach your child to know the differ- ence. Encourage creativity by listening to their imaginative stories and telling them ones of your own. Be sure to explain that make believe is not real, and differentiate between real and pretend events. Stories such as The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Pinocchio give parents a chance to show consequences for dis- honesty. When kids tell lies, it is often because they are frightened of getting in trouble. A lot of times kids don't know the whole story, so they make things up or exag- gerate, and the story is blown out of proportion. Don't worry. This is normal behavior, and parents can model honesty for their children. When you are telling the truth, you establish a bend of trust, a foundation for solving the problem. Children see things on TV that are exaggerated; everything turns out all right in the end, so it is not real to them. Children cannot relate to these situations. It helps if parents monitor their TV watching, and spend time with them explaining what is real and what is not to allay their fears. Parent-Teacher Conferences Spring Parent-Teacher Con- ferences are scheduled for Thurs- day, Mar. 13 (late) and Friday, Mar. 14 (early). Be looking for your individual appointment notice which will be cominghome the week of Feb. 24. Please make every effort to keep your sched- uled appointment. Your child's teacher looks forward to this meeting as it is a valuable oppor- tunity for parents to gain infor- mation regarding their child's progress in school. Books and Beyond Bgin Soon Books and Beyond begins Mon- day, Feb. 24. This reading incen- tive program is designed to encourage at home reading for parents and children. Readers will keep track of their reading with the tally sheets which will be filled out with the titles of books read to the children or books that the children read to themselves. Individual chapters in longer books can be counted as a single title. Adult readers need 300 pages to fill a tally sheet. Books, mag- azines and newspapers can be used to reach this number. The program will be over on April 18 which gives the readers eight weeks to reach their goal of sev- en filled readg sheets. Small awards will be given as individual sheets are turned in and a gold medal will be award- ed to students who complete all seven tally sheets. Reading night has been scheduled for March 21st. Mark those calendars and plan to attend. More informa- tion will be coming home in the weeks to come. We hope all of you participate in this worth- while reading program with your children. Nutrltlous snacks Students at Jefferson School have a snack break each morn- ing. It is very important what they eat at this time it gives them the fuel they need to get through the day until lunch. We have had this rule for many years and teachers remind students to bring healthy snacks such as 1] 2 sandwich, fruit, crackers, car- rot sticks, breakfast bars, etc. When a child eats a pure sugar treat during recess, they often experience increased energy and then a sugar drop. They need something that will stick with them. Thank you for helping make snack break beneficial for all! Kindergarten registration We have been getting calls from anxious parents of kinder- garten students for the 1997-98 school year. Jefferson School will begin Kindergarten Registration this year on Monday, April 7. Office hours are from 7:30-4 pro. Parents of students will be re- quested to bring birth certificate and immunization records at the time of registration and allow a few minutes to fill out the neces- sary forms. Your child must have been born on or before Dec. 2, 1992 to register. Little League Try-outs set Try-outs for Little League teams are scheduled for Satur- day, Mar. 8, and the following" Saturday, Mar. 15 at the City Park. Nine-year-olds must try out for Minor League at 9 am on both days. Depending on their skill level they will be assigned to Farm League or Minor League. Ten, eleven, and twelve year old returning Major League play- ers will return to the same team in 1997. All others must try out at 12 noon on both days. In the event of rain, try-outs will move to an indoor facility. Check at City Park for instructions. If anyone is still interested in signing up, there will be an op- portunity immediately following the Citrus Fair Parade in the downtown plaza for one hour. I is L'-_---_' _ '_-_-_:_ I' e. i BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE D,VORO00 AND CUSTODY "PROBATE, WILLS & TRUSTS ' PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION |ii|| SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. 985 Healdsburg Ave. 433-2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Oeyserviile GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 '"L ' 00dennn's New and Reonditioned Appllapea Spring Air Mattreeaea We Service What We Selll Competitive Pricem 25 No,h St. i' I I'Maldabu rg FREE DELIVERY 4334838 TERMS " Workshbpsfor small business owners scheduled for Feb. 22 Two three-hour workshops designed for small business own- ers will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Redwood Empire Small Business Development center (RESBDC) in downtown Santa Rosa. "Taxes and Record Keeping for Small Businesses," will be of- fered from 9 am to noon. The workshop will provide an over- view of taxes for small business owners and cover efficient and effective ways to keep records "The Business Plan: Ken Dean Goes Public," willbe offered from 12:30 to 4 pro. Ken Dean is a highly regarded consultant and turn around specialist In this workshop he will discuss his methods for business forecast- ing and his secrets of writing effective business plans. Registration fee is $20 per workshop or $30 for both work- shops. To register for the work- shops contact the Redwood Empire Small Business Devel- opment Center (RESBDC), (707)524-I 770. The workshops are co-spon- sored by RESBDC and SCORE. RESBDC is a special business assistance program of Santa Rosa Junior Col]ege: the US Small Business Administration, andthe State of California Trade and Commerce Agency. Lecture to address ear infections and homeopathy Ear infections are the leading cause of antibiotic use in Amer- ican children, Over 55% of chil- dren have received antibiotics for an ear infection by six months of age despite the evidence that antibiotics have little effect ou ear infections. Overuse of anti biotics causes adverse ects, is very expensive and creates re- sistance so antibiotics won't work for serious problems Ear tubes appear to cause hearing loss. What else ran be done? Attend a lecture by Michael Carlston, MD, on Feb. 25, from 7 to 9 pm in the seminar room of North Coast Builders Exchange Building, 987 Airway Court. San ta rosa. Carlston is a family practice physician specializing in homeo- pathic medicine, ite teaches ho- meopathy in the UCSF School of Medicine and has three children under age 11. Approximately 40% of his patients are chihlren. Call 545-1554 for information. The lecture is free, Please make a donation to the Redwood Em- pire Food Bank. Red Cross home nursing care class starts February 26 The Sonoma County Chapter of the American Red Cross is offering a home nt, rsing care class for non-professional spous- es, parents:mily members and friends who find themselves thrust into the position of non- paid earegivers. Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 26, and continuing on consecu- tive Wednesdays through March 26, the class will be held from 6:30to9:30p.m i,, Shubaw tlall, Room 1783, on the Santa Rosa Junior College campus. Fee for the class is $35. It will be presented by Dian Barkan, aml Winifred Medin. Coal of the class is to provide information and techn iques that willenhance the caregiver's abil- ities to give care and to be of assistance to the professional health care team that may be in attendance. For more information and reg- istration, contact Santa Rosa Junior College, 527-437 I. Empire Business school offers 1997 scholarships Students planning to attend Empire College School of Busi- ness in the Fall of 1997 are en- couraged to apply for a Dean's or CAPPS scholarship. Applications are available at the Admissions office, 3033 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa. .Phone 546-4000. Each year Empire College awards 10 Dean's scholarships totaling $7000 to graduating high school seniors interested in one of its 20 career training po- grams and an additonal $3000 to continuing Empire College stu- dents. Scholarships range from $250 to $1500 each. CAPPS scholarships are avail- able to adults as well as graduat- ing high school seniors. Dead- line for app|yingisApri115,1997. For more information contact Empire College. i i !i i! !00!!i00iiiiiiil ....... NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Trustee Sale No. 96-14046 Title Order No. 6233635 Refer- once No. 683-2471736 APN NO. 116-420-039 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 11/02/93. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROP- ERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEED- INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAW- YER. On March 5, 1997, at 11:30 AM, Master Mortgage Company as the duly ap- pointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust, recorded on 11/15/93 as Doc- ument No. 1993-0146289 Book -- Page -- of Official Re- cords in the Office of the Re- corder of SONOMA County, California, executed by: THO- MAS A. CASTRO AND BETTY SUE CASTRO, HUSBAND AND WIFE, as Trust(x, FIRST CAU- FORNIA MORTGAGE CO., as Beneficiary. WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale in law- ful money of the United State by cash, s cashier's check drawn by e state or national bank, a check drawn by s state o federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan asso- ciation, savings association, or savings bank specified, in sec- tion 5102 of the Financial Code end authorized to.do business in ttds state). At: AT THE ADMINISTRATION DRIVE ENTRANCE TO THE, ADMINIS- TRATION BUILDING AT 575 ADMINISTRATION DRIVE, SANTA ROSA, CA, all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County, Cali- fornia describing the land therein: EXHIBIT A A Condo- minium Comprised of: PAR- CEL ONE An Undivided 1/45th Interest in and to Parcel "A" as Shown and Designated on TI Certain Map Entitled, "Phase 2, Ctoverdaie Meadow= Condo- miniuma', Reed for Record ,ugust 30, 1991 in Bcmk 481 of Maps at Pages 17 Through .2, Sonoma County Records. Excepting Therefrom the Fol- lowing: (A) Units 46 Through 90, as Shown and Designated on That Certain Map Entitled, "Phase 2, Cloverdsle Meadows Condominiums," Filed for Re- cord August 30, 1991 in Book 481 of Maps, et Pages 17 Through 22, Sonome County Records. (B) The Excluve Right to Use the Areas Deeig- naiad as Bkyard Eminent= (B.Y.E,) ss Shown and Oeeig- neted on the Condominium Plan Contained in That Certain Mop Entitled, "Phase 2, CIo- vardale leadow= Condomin urns," Reed for Record August 30, 1991 in Book 481 of Maps, at Pages 17 ,Through 22, Sonoma County Records. PARCEL TWO Unit 84, es Shown upon the Comlorninium Plan above Referred to. PAR- CEL THREE The Exclusive Right to Ue Thou PerSona of Parcel "A': Des(xibed In Par- cel One Above, Designated B.Y.E.-84, es Appurtenant to Parcels 1 and 2 above De- Ibod. PARCB. FOUR Drain- age F.aseme as Contained in That Certain Agreement Re- corded December 28, 1990, under Document No. 90- 124865, Sonoma County Re- cords. The property heretofore decrtbad is ba =old " ,'. The sNt address end other common  if any, of the real W described above k purported to be: 217 ELBRIDGE AVENUE #H, CLO- VERDALE, CA 95425. The un Trustee disdairns any liability for any incorrect- nasa of the neat address and other common designation, if any, shown hereln. Said sale will ba mede, but without cov- enant or warranty, expre,*ed or implied, regarding title, poe- or enctmbrnce, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust, with inter- eat thereon, as provided in said note(s), advances, if any, un- der the terms of the Deed of Trust, estimated fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, to-wit: $119,492.77 Estimated. Ac- crued interest and additional advarmas, if any, will increase this figure prior to sale. The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed end delivered to the undersigned Is written Declaration of Default end Demand for Sale, end written Notice of Default and Elect|on to Sell. The under- signed caused said Notice of Default end Election to Sell to be recorded in the county where the real property is Io- , coted and more than three months have elapsed since such recordation. Me=tar Mortgage Complmy, as Trus- tee, By Professi(xml Foreclo- sure Coqation, as Agent, 2033 N. Main Street, Suite 550, Walnut Creek, CA 94596, Telephone Number: (510) 933-4660, By: ERIC ES- TRELLA, Date: 02/04/97 NPPO025412 PUB: 02/12/97, 02/19/97, 02/26/97 = ..C NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF THOMAS PAUL ClSTONE CASE NUMBER: 067639 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may other- wise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of THOMAS PAU L CISTONE A PETITION has been filed by Bonnie J. Cistone in the Su- perior Court of California, County of SONOMA THE PETITION requests that: Bonnie J. Cistone be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent THE PETITION requests au- thority to administer the estate under the Independent Admin- istration of Estates Act. (This autho rity will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking cer- tain very important actions, however, the personal repre- sentative will be required to g,e notice to interested persons unlesstfy have waived notice or corsented to the proposed action.) The independent ad- ministration authority will be granted unless an interested person flies an objection to the petition and shows goodcause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition willbe heldon March 11, 1997 at 8:45 am. in Dep[ 18, room [blank], located at: 1450 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95403. IF YOU OBJECT to the grant- ing of the petition, you should appear at tt heanng and stat your objections or file written objections with the court be- tore thlearing. Your N?pear- anco may be in person or by your attorney. I F YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor Of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and maila copy to the personal repre- sentive appointed by e court within four months from the data 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 noticedabove. YOU MAY EXAMINE be file kept by the court. Ifyou are a person interested in the es- tate, you may file with the court a formal section 1250 of the California Probate Code. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. 11. Attorney for petitioner Malcom A Mackenzie Coombs & Dunlap 1211 Division St., Naqa, CA 94559 Signature of Attorney for Peti- tioner: Malcom A Macken #19 Feb. 12. 19. Mar. 5, '97 00i!iiiiiii;ili!i!!ii!:!i;i 0000ii!!iiiiiii!i! plrez f,e ys  th dine  wm] fded In me ok o tbe Cotmty Cled  nsw fiifios bsiness mmm stsme t rrat be flied bekxe that time. The filing I of th statement does not o ifse Su-{ thotize the use in m stae el a flitkx} name m olation 4 the hts o ancth t under tedrd, stale o ommo law. (See Section 14400 e seq., Busine nd Ptofemns Code). ..... RCTITtOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT RLE NO. rro2o Harm Bay Moiling, located a: 1482 Pmum Bhl. Noelh. In Pelauma. rmdlthg Or, 482 PeUduma Blvd. No. Pelurrm, CA g,152, is (are) her registered by the following Tzma Drlve, Ctorda. CA 95425. Usa Marie Ambrus. 55 Tsrma Ddve. Cove. CA 9642. Th lauua i aadued  In- vtdualHmd and Wife. The registrars communed to transact unde the s name or   O 2-1-7. Signed: Lisa Marie/lut This latement was flied with the County  of SONOMA Coq.my on: Jam. 17.17 i heby  th= e foqNom g m a om! espy o( the oiimf statetrmt o file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, Cnty  By// Rau Rno=o. SEAL #15 Jan. 29. Fe. 5" 12. 19, '97 BUINFJm NABE rrTEBrd RLE NO. S/W0 '=Ckx Iocallat: 109E. Fir= St, CIordaJe. CA =425 mail-  aadre., ume. (are) berry r- Istered by th$ following ovmer(s): tVonne Van 7.ame. 452 N. Washing- ton St.. Cle,da. C,A 425 Thls tmslnsm is ztul by: an Indl- viduaL The rssmt ommm m Yansa Itsinls under the fkitJos "narno o nartm above c Nk led: Lavonne Van Zant It =tatemnt was filed with the  CWk d SONOUA Coooty on: r7. I hereby oertily thai the fog l= a oom OlW o the orkin=l =tatemer on file In my office. EEVE T. LEWIS. ty Clerk, By/ C. F=rlm. SE. #16 1/29. 2/5, t2. I/97 SUMS THE BOARD OF SORS, COUNTY SONOMA FORNIA ORDINANCE NO. TO l ING DISTRICTS OF] ERTY. The Sonoma ( sider at its March 4 ing, an ordain as follows: SECTION h Section', Chapter 26 of the County Code is amended to rezone 1 from the RRD Rural Develc acre district Permit; ment Director is rected to reflect this mentto Section Section Distnct Map l to the County Zoning I SECTION Ih Land location: 543.93 acres west of Warm Spring sl Zoning Map, AGP 96-0021 on Permit; mentDe of the Board of Su also known as Ranch Road, APN's 160-025/027 Passed and adopted t day of lar session by the vote: Ates: Noes: stain: SUPERVISORS Cale: Smith: Kelley: Harberson: Chairman of the pervisors Melanie Heckel. view Supervisor Secretary, Sonoma Planning Commission ATTEST: County Clerk and Clerk of the sors Staff: GaJl Davis #22 2/19/97 CITY OF PLANNING NOTICE IS HEREBY: THAT the Planning sign of the City will hold a public March 5, r of City Hall, 124 Blvd., Cloverdale, fed ing project: sideration of Use Design Review ap authori: dale Wi The'Cloverdak tor Center" tor bureau or canter, local wine products for sampling; sales, lighting and pointing." directly across from verdete Plaza. i Assessment: rive Declaration. PLEASE BE the PI conduct a public the application and listed above. andan) available for r of Cloverdale Planning[ ment 124 Ctoverdale, Reports will be Fnday before the All interested persons vitad to,, tothe = present to corr the project. If you this item in court, you sues you or raised at the public described in this written ered tol sign at or prior to, has, b lime limits set forth nia Code of CMI Section 1094.6, within wewofthis action, su must be flie ninetieth day following | on which tim deci: Joe C. Heckel Planning Director City of Cloverdale #24 Feb. 19, '97