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Page 10- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2011 I CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA v REVEILLE CROSSWORD PUZZLE: R.F.D. I, FLIF_.£!  ), LOLYRE. A.  It FUTR, by Mike Marland I wELCOTdg ACROSS 1 Eastern potentate 5 Knock 8 Wash 12 Bollywood costume 13 Id counter- part 14 Alkali neutralizer 15 Raindrop sound 16 Unsolved mystery, maybe 18 Martial arts instructor 20 Not so quietly 21 Aleutian island 23 Away from WSW 24 "Price Is Right" jackpot 28 Bullets, for short 31 Cushion 32 Coasters 34 Author Fleming 35 Came to land 37 Piece of luggage 39 Rowing tool 41 "Nerts!" 42 Pieces of work 45 Salary 7 --7 41T-" m mm 12 m mm 15 m mm 18 24 25 26 31 35 39 42 43 49 52 55 49 Potential precedent 51 Swear 52 Capri or Wight 53 Scratch 54 Take out of context? 55 High-protein beans 56 Sullivan and McMahon 57 Picnic invaders 3 Press 4 Coarse curing tool 5 One-person concerts 6 Past 7 Survey 8 Gap 9 Students' life m m i 9 10 11 29 30 34 46 47 48 m k m 26 With malice 27 Enlighteners 29 More (Sp.) 30 Individual 33 Dazzle 36 Flavors 38 Locust 40 Fun and games 10 Workbench 42 Elevator man attachment 43 Mexican 11 Linda of money Broadway 44 Unchanged 17 Female deer 46 Microwave, 19 Extras e.g. DOWN (Abbr.) 47 Lose 1 Venomous 22 Exhaust feathers snakes 24 Resort 48 Rams fans? 2 Masculine 25 Actor Linden 50 Despondent © 201 1 King Features Synd., Inc. ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE i/ili;;Ci;LiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:ii;i;i:i Moments in time:. The History Channel • On March 13, 1781, the German-born English astronomer William Her- shel discovers Uranus, the seventh planet from the sun. Herschel's dis- covery of a new planet was the first to be made in modern times, and the first to be made by use of a telescope. e On March 11, 19!8, a historic influenza epidemic breaks out at the U.S. Army hospital at Fort Riley, Kan. The disease soon traveled to Europe with the American soldiers heading to the battlefields of France. The flu would eventually kill 675,000 Americans and more than 20 million people around the world. • On March 12, 1922, author Jack Kerouac is born in Lowell, Mass. In World War II, he served in the Navy but was expelled for severe personality problems that may have been symptoms of mental illness. It was not until 1957 when he published "On the Road" that he became famous as a seminal figure of the Beat Generation. • On March 7, 1938, Janet Guthrie, the first woman to compete in the Indianapolis 500 and Daytona 500 races, is born in Iowa City, Iowa. Guthrie drove in her final Indy 500 in 1979 and her last Daytona 500 in 1980. Her helmet and driver's suit are in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. • On March 10, 1945, 300 American bombers drop almost 2,000 tons of incendiaries on Tokyo. The attack destroyed large portions of the Japa- nese capital and killed 100,000 civilians. Ten square miles of eastern Tokyo were entirely obliterated, and an estimated 250,000 buildings were destroyed. • On March 8, 1951, the Lonely Hearts Killers -- Martha Beck and Ray- mond Martinez Fernandez -- are executed in the electric chair at Sing Sing Prison in New York. The odd couple had schemed to seduce, rob and murder women who placed personal ads in newspapers. Their story has been the subject of several movies, most recently "Lonely Hearts" (2006). • On March 9, 1985, the first-ever Adopt-a-Highway sign is erected on Highway 69 in Texas. The highway was adopted by the Tyler Civitan Club, which committed to picking up trash along a designated 2-mile stretch of the road. 12'T U EALIZE E2 q- 4’ ' %" ' PUBLIC NOTICES , • • SERVICES • • SERVICES • "1 usually bring him home something to eat-- he thinks you're it!" SENIOR NEWS LINE By David Uffington A hobby that is affordable If you're looking for a new hobby that doesn't cost a lot, yet also might become a bit lucrative, consider these: Stamps: Most people collect stamps for their beauty, for the educational factor of learning about other coun- tries and to have an activity to share with their children. But behind those reasons also is the flickering hope that a very valuable stamp will be found, perhaps attached to an envelope in an attic or on a postcard in a flea market. There are numerous ways to start, the easiest being with mail you receive. However, gone are the days of receiving many handwritten letters with interesting stamps on them. Instead, join companies that send you samples -- you pay for only the ones you keep. Join an international postcard or pen pal club. Go to stamp shows or join a local club. Decide if there's an area you'd like to concentrate on, perhaps U.S. Airmail, or commemorative stamps from the 1940s, or Pacific Island stamps. Thumb through stamp catalogs to see what catches your eye -- and let the hunt begin. Coins: Try not to spend more than the face value of the coin, especially while you're beginning your collec- tion. That way, if necessary, your coins can be spent. As with stamps, look through catalogs and see what types of coins most appeal to you. Books: Begin with your favorite author and aim to collect all of them. Explore reissues of authors who have passed away. Obviously they won't be writing more books. Sometimes there are no reissues, and the only available copies are what's already out there. Hunt at flea markets, yard sales and on the Internet for copies to fill in your collection. Books, especially if you're going to end up trading or selling them, can be tricky. Study book grading so you don't overspend. The key when starting a new hobby or collection is to not break the budget. Put a monthly limit on just how much you're willing to spend to add to your collection, and don't go over that amount. Assume that you won't make huge profits from your collection if you sell. The best benefit might be in the enjoyment of the hunt. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ORDINANCE NO. 677-2011 WAS INTRODUCED ON THE 9TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2011 AND LEGALLY ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CLOVERDALE AT ITS REGULAR MEETING HELD ON THE 23RD DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2011. This Ordinance repeals Cloverdale Municipal Code Chapter 8.12 and adds a new Chapter 8.12 entitled "Collection, Disposal and Processing of Solid Waste, Recyclables and Compostable Materials and Related Activities" to the Cloverdale Municipal Code. The new Chapter 8.12 of the Cloverdale Municipal Code re- places the old definitions and other provisions so they are consistent with State law governing solid waste, recyclables and compostable materials, including AB 939. The new Chapter 8.12 addresses and accommodates a broader range of ser- vices and activities related to handling and disposition of municipal solid waste and related activities. It increases the maximum franchise agreement term from ten to fifteen years, sets out the parameters for entering into franchise agreements with contractors, provides that franchises may be exclusive, and specifies contractor obligations, such as compliance with State law and local diversion requirements, insurance obliga- tions and performance bond requirements. The new Chapter 8.12 requires the City Council to set the maximum rates that a contractor may charge for franchise services and makes subscription to collection service mandatory, unless authoriza- tion has been granted by the City Manager or in case of an emergency. The ordinance makes it unlawful to permit solid waste to accumulate, and to bury or burn solid waste. It is hereby certified that the foregoing Ordinance No. 677-2011 was introduced on the 9th day of February, 2011 and legally adopted by the City Council of the City of Cloverdale at its regular meeting held on the 23rd day of February, 2011 by the following roll call vote: (5-ayes, 0-noes) AYES in favor of: Council Members Palla, Russell, Maacks, Vice Mayor Cox and Mayor Wolter NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None #115 - 3/02/2011 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 00595 Moion's Bench 2. Syncopation 3. Chavez Family Cellars located at: 4001 Highway 128 Geyserville, CA 95441 Mailing address: same is (are) hereby registered by the follow- ing owner(s): Murphy Vineyards, LLC 4001 Highway 125 Geyservilla, CA 95441. This business is conducted by: a Limited Liability Company (California). The registrant com- menced to transact business under the ficti- tious name or names above on NA. Signed: James Michael Murphy, Manager. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on: 2/9/11. I hereby certify that the forego- ing is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. JANICE ATKINSON, County Clerk, By/s/ Carrie Anderson SEAL #92 Feb. 9, 16, 23, and March 2, 2011 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 00438 Sonoma Wine Country Senior Games lo- cated at: 30 Kawana Springs Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95404 Mailing address: same is (are) hereby registered by the following owner(s): Council on Aging Services for Se- niors 30 Kawana Springs Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95404. This business is conducted by: a Corporation (California). The registrant com- menced to transact business under the ficti- tious name or names above on 1-28-11. Signed: Marrianne McBride President and CEO. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on: 1/28/11. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy o1 the original statement on file in my office. JANICE ATKINSON, County Clerk, By/s/ Carrie Anderson SEAL #93 Feb. 9, 16, 23, and March 2, 201 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 00265 1. E Squared 2. Elitte Services located at: 717 Warren Lane Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Mailing address: same is (are) hereby regis- tered by the following owner(s): Elias Hanselyn 717 Warren Lane Santa Rosa, CA 95401. This business is conducled by: an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact busi- ness under the fictitious name or names above on NA. Signed: Eli Henselyn. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Sonoma County on: 1/18/11. I hereby certify that the forego- ing is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. JANICE ATKINSON, County Clerk, By/s/ Carrie Anderson SEAL #90 Feb. 9, 16, 23, and March 2, 2011 Weekly SL DOKU JapaneseClimbing Fern   This plant, found from Japan to the Himalayas to Australia, is considered invasive in sonae southern U.S. states. It can reach as high as 8 feet. It lnakes an attractive basket plant, with its thread-like sterns and papery fronds, and does well in moist soil and light to heavy shade. Repotting should be done in the spring before new growth begins. S,,u,c*: wwqplanlt)l'lho'eek org DIRECTORY TO BOB ANDERSEN (707) 894-2755 O"  N D E R,$,.. e%tln e Cot ac' SepticSystems ° Dump Trucks* Water Trucks Backhoe ° Loader • Dozer ° Grader PC Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Gem Eng. 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