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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, February 26, 1997 Washington School Students of the Week December 11-18, 1996 Washington School Students of the Week are selected by their homeroom teachers for their citizenship and effort. ! ! Students of the Week for the 4th through 5th grades were (top row) Jose Martinez, Job Nielsen, Miguel Infants. (Middle row) Juana Montoya, Carolyn Brandt, and AleJandra Chavez. (Front row) Rlcardo Santiago and Jimmy Hultberg. Students of the Week for the 6th through 8th grades were Kathryn Bogner, Crystal Powell, Matt DeCaminada, Andrew Greens, and Matt Crlppes. I SRJC Planetarium Show highlights "Comet of the Century" Comet Hale-Bopp, a new com- et that is already being called "the comet of the century," will be highlighted in the new show opening Feb. 28 at Santa Rosa Junior College's Planetarium. Shows will be presented Fri- day and Saturday evenings at 7 pm and 8:30 pm, and at 1:30 pm and 3 pm on Sundays through April 6. There will be no show on Easter Sunday, March 30. Tickets are sold at the door 30 minutes before each show and are $4 general and $2 students and seniors. Children under the age of five are not allowed. SRJC's Planetarium is located in room 2001, Lark Hall on the college's Santa Rosa campus. Parking is free at the college on Friday evenings and on week- ends. "In the Spring of 1996 we were treated to the first conspicuous naked-to-the-eye comet in 20 years," explained Ran Oriti, Planetarium director. "Now one year later, an even brighter com- et will adorn our skies." "Comets are really ice planets that partially evaporate as they approach our sun," Oriti added. "The gas and dust released cre- ates the appearance of a head and tail." Comet Hale-Bopp was discov- ered by two amateur astrono- mers, Alan Hale and Thomas Bopp, and, according to Oriti, is already showing signs that it is a truly great comet. SRJC's Planetarium is one of the most sophisticated space sci- ence facilities in the California Community Colleges. Specially designed shows are provided to school groups during the week- days. For more information about SRJC's Planetarium, call 527- 4465 or 527-4371. Saltwater head are the Navarre, Russian, Bottom fishing has been good Mad, Smith, and'smaller rivers out of Bodega and Fort Bragg. along the coast. Redwood Creek Some large ling cod have been and the south fork of the Eel caught on trips to Cordel Bank. should be in reasonable shape The party boats outofFort Bragg this weekend. won't book salmon trips until a larger concentration of fish ar- rive. There have been some salm- on caught by bottom fisherman. The biggest fish reported weighed 18 lbs. Sportfishermen caught less than one salmon per beat average last weekend. Stur- Fish have been caught from Cloverdale to Ukiah on the Rus- sian, and this weekend should be better. The Navarre looks greatbut has received a fair amoun t of fishing pressure--with not a lot offish caught. The Rus- sian is still a little muddy but geon fishing is still rated fair in fish are berg caught using bait, San Pablo Bayand Sturgeon fish- spinners and plugs. ing has been better further up. Lake Sonoma ThebestSturgeonbaitsaremud, Bass fishing is slowly picking grass and ghost shrimp, up and lake levels have stabi- Steetheed/selmon lized. The fish are still scattered Your best prospects for steel- and are only responding to slow- ly fished rubber worms. The Yorty Creek Boat Ramp is closed and is not scheduled to open until March 15th. It is pos- sible to fish this area if you park at the gate and walk in about a quarter of a mile. The main pub- lic ramp is open near the dam with no limitations. Lake Mendoclno Striped bass and catfish fish- ingis still slow. Largemouth fish- ing has been hit and miss. Clear Lake Last weekend's we st coast bass super pro-am tournament at the lake posted some impressive two day totals. Gary Dobbins of Yuba City won a $20,000 Ranger Bass Boat with a two day total weight of 56.4 pounds. SILV IRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS--FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE 985 Hseldsburg Ave. 433-2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310RedwoodHwy..Oeyervil GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment -Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 9 s New and Reconditioned Appliances Spdng Air Mattresses We Service What We SeHt Competitive Prices 25 North St. HealclMlurg 433-4838 l FREE DELIVERY I TEn. Kindergarten News Students in Mrs. Liles class will make large hand print mu- ral rainbows. The class will then attempt to make a real rainbow outside using mirror, water and sunlight and with a prism and sunlight. Ms. Bellone's class will grow crystals next week. As part of their science unit the students will keep track of the changes in the crystals using their observa- tional skills. First Grade News Ms. Healey's class has just fin- ished reading the wordless book, Deep in the Forest. They also read several versions of Gold- ilocks and the Three Bears and Somebody and the Three Blairs. They compared and contrasted the books. In math they have been writing equations and word problems for the numbers 0-10. In science they are finishing up weather and water units. In early February the Mosqui- to Abatement Vector of Sonoma/ Matin Counties visited Ms. Hea- ley's class to teach students about mosquitos. Students in Mrs. Domenich- elli's and Mrs. Rege's room are learning the value of money. First grade classes are visiting the Fish Hatchery at Lake Sono- ma. Students get a full tour and explanation of the operation. The first grade classes cele- brated the 100th day of school with special activities related to the number 100 on Feb. 21. Second Grade News Mrs. Spina's class helped out Conference to focus on preparing girls for careers in math Preparing young girls for ca- reers in math and science is the focus of Expanding Your Hori- zons. Bring your daughter and spend the day at Sonoma Coun- ty's annual "ExpandingYour Ho- rizons" conference on Saturday( March 22, held at the campus of Santa Rosa Junior College. Ex- panding Your Horizons is a hands on science and math con- ference for 7th and 8th grade girls. Registration deadline for =Ex- panding Your Horizons" is Fri- day, March 7. Registration fee is $10 (includes lunch). Registra- tion materials are available at your local Middle Schools or by calling the EYH Hotline at (707)664-2755, The event is locally sponsored by Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, Hewlett Packard, Sonoma Coun- ty Commission on the Status of Women, Petaluma Education Foundation, Rotary Clubs of Santa Rosa, Sebastopol and Pet- aluma, and Clover-Stornetta Farms, Inc. CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU apalimlml J=m=mm=l MONDAY, MARCH 3 JEFFERSON Bagel Dog WASHINGTON Bagel Dog Ravii BREAKFAST Bagal/Crm Cheese TUESDAY, MARCH 4 JEFFERSON Turkey Sandwich WASHINGTON Pizza Egg Sandwich BREAKFAST Cereal WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5 JEFFERSON Taco Pocket WASHINGTON Taco Pocket Bolog Sandwich BREAKFAST Tordllaggs THURSDAY, MARCH 6 JEFFERSON Ham Sandwich WASHINGTON Pizza Hot Dog on a Bun BREAKFAST Cereal FRIDAY, MARCH 7 JEFFERSON Turkey Burger WASHINGTON Nachos Chili Beans BREAKFAST Donut Barbara Cooper who leads tours at Warm Springs Dam. The class sang a song and Ms. Cooper re- corded it and will use it as part of a puppet play. On Feb. 25, the classes will go to the dam to see the puppet play. Students in Mrs. Bowen's class have started a quilt unit as part of their ancestor study. Children in room nine are working on math through move- ment. Students in Ms. Harris room are learning about famous peo- ple who helped others. Third Grade News Children in the 2-3 shared classroom are building the Afri- can habitats around their room. Mrs. Barney's class is learn- ing about dragons. Brain Wave Update By now your child should have brought home his/her Brain Wave Packet with their pledge sheet inside and instructions. Please remember to send this packet to school every Friday with your child. A volunteer will make a copy of it for safe keeping in case it is lost, so a record can be kept of all sponsors. It will be sent back home with your child on Friday. Encourage your child to write to out of town relatives asking them to pledge. A pre-written letter explaining Brain Wave is available from your child's teach - er. Ask for a copy or look for one to be sent home. If someone offers a flat pledge, please collect that pledge now and send it in to your child's teacher, with the days. Please attach a giving the comi person who pledged, filling in the information t pledge sheet. This will help us with after the event, so as someone who has Please tell sponsors checks payable to the Foundation. You can help ) pledges by taking the sheet to work with you ing your colleagues to your child. Remember is a very worthwhil that supports our schools as local non If you have any please contact Laurie 5309 or Sue at 894-1893. Thank you Mrs. Plumley and attended a luncheon guests of the Wednesday, February Mrs. Lile gave a theReading gram at Jefferson then was delighted to check for $800 to great reading The Soroptimists dam chase of one book son School student distributed in the Jefferson School has Reading is Fundam gram for the last 18 we were thrilled with this tance in the purchasing for the students. iiiii!iiiiiiiiili!iiiiiiii00i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii] NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE, Trustee Sale No. 96-14046 Te Oi3iRo, G233635 e- ence No. 683-2471736 APN No. 116-4.20-039 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATEO 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 PROCEEO- INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAW- YER. On March 5, 1997, st 11:30 AM, Master Mortgage Compmy 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 Trustor, FIRST CALI- FORNIA MORTGAGE CO, as Beneficiary. NVILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale in law- ful money of the United Statas by cash, cashier's check drawn by state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or e check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan asso- darien, savings association, or savings bank specified in sec- tion 6102 of the Financial Code end authorized todo business in  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, Calf fomia describing the lend therein: EXHIBIT A A Condo- minium Comprised of: PAR- CELONE Ax 1145th interest in and to Parcel "A" as Certain Map Entitled, "Phase 2.  Mudow Condo- miniums', Filed for Record August 30, 1991 in Book 481 of MaCe at Pages 17 Through 22, Sonatas County Records. Excepting Therefrom the Fol- Iow: (A) Ur 48 Through 90, as Shown and Designated on That Certain Map Entitled, "Phase 2, Ctoverdaie Meadows Condos," Filed for Re- cord Augtmt 30, 1991 in Book 481 of Maps, at Pages 17 Through 22. Sonoma Counw Record=. (B) The Exclusive Rih to Lhm Ue Area Desig- tinted as Berd Emmments (B.Y.E.) as Shown hated on Ran Map Entitled, "Phase ; vdale Meadows ums," Rled for Record t 30, 1991 in Book Maps, at Pages 17 22, PARCEL TWO Unit I Plan above Referred CEL THREE The Rght to Uas Parcel "A': Described cel One B.Y.E.-84, as Parcels I and 2 acribed. PARCEL FOUR age Easement That Certain corded December 28, under Document 124865, Sonatas cords. The dascrM  be The street address common dastBnaon.  the real property above I purportad to ELBRIDGE VERDALE, CA any liability for any nasa of the strea other comJon any, shown herein. will be macle, but enamor or irnlled, or pay the remaining sum of the note(s) said Deed of ast theceon, note(s), advances, der the terms of the Trust, estimated fees, and expenses of and of the trusts said Oeed of Trust, $119,492.77 crued interest and advances, if any, this figure ixior beneficwy Trust deih/ed tothe wdtte Declaration and Demand for Sale, written Notice of Election to Sell. The sioned caused Default and Election be recorded in the where the real f rated and more months hove such recordetion. mxtmme CmpnY, tee. By StU Cocpcxretio, 2033 N. Main 660, Welnut 94596, Telephone I610) TRELLA, Date: NPPO025412 PUB: 02119197, 02126/91