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"L_ ..... 19, 1997, Cloverdale lvellle, Page 3 March " Easter Egg Hunt set for Mar. 29 at 10 am I or,a Mddleton chosen as delegate for the ,. 10 and under are invited to "oin in the fun ofa Clv "l J 0 eraae T00nmn00 f2.ahfarnm _0000hnlRr00hmn PRnaRnt tradition. The event will be held at Jefferson School on Saturday, ='vv- .,4v vw,,l.-.,v....l.i vv..,v.b=.v...Iv, ,, ,=v ,,, Mar. 29. Egghuntingwillbeginpromptlyat 10am. LongsPharma- Rose Mlddieton ictoria Rose Middle ton has been chosen as a delegate to par __ _ ticipate in the Miss any 'e California Scholarship s;eant on March 22  - 23  in i California. Miss Teenage in rnia 1997, will receive: )0 College Scholarship, .9 in Cash, all expense paid rvlando Florida to repre- [Ualifornia and Cloverdale de 1997 America's Perfect br let next summer, Tro- on wn, Pageant Sash and rdscellaneous prizes. First Ugh fourth runner ups will #i k.arships, trophy and paid I  $4,000 through $1,000 me!  m the 1998 Miss Teenage ti R ia Pageant. rie  ial awards also available i  s Congeniality, Scholas-  ievement, Teen Image e r Dramatic Arts Award, {o.SanY others. Ml l" wi s, Victoria Rose "dd e- )ve= s activities include School, t a, Softball, Youth Group, ,se4 Working atAce Hardware, Read- ing, and participating in the Clo- verdale Cabaret. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family. Following is her statement: Hello, My name is Victoria Rose Middleton. I am a 17 year old Junior at Cioverdale High School. I am interested in teach- ing children with special needs. I will be pursuing my education to receive a Masters Degree in Special Education. Children are society's hope for the future. I want to contribute to that future and help all children succeed and be a contributing member of society. I would like to take this oppor- tunity to thank those many per- sons who have contributed my pursuingofthis scholarship. To my mom who has always taught me to go aRer my dreams. To Miss Boone who has believed that I could be a great Fairy Queen, and continue to over- come Stagefright. You have helped me overcome my shyness, which continues to help me become more confident. To the Cheerleaders who helped me see that I am unique. Clover- dale Ponytail League for teach- ingme that working as a team is the only way to win. To Ace Hardware for giving me the abil- ity to work with the public. To my family and friends that have continued to believe in me and support me through my life. I would also like to thank those others that have contributed to- wards this opportunity. Your money and support have made my dreams come true. What a great honor to partici- pate in a pageant and represent the City of Cloverdale. You have given me the opportunity to par- ticipate in this pageant and I believe it will be a great experi- ence that will stay with me throughout my lifetime. I will meet new people and experience new challenges, while learning from others. Thank you to all who have participated financially and also to those who have contributed with prayer and support. I couldn't have participated with- out your generous donations. Although only one young lady will emerge with the state title, I feel that I am already a winner for having been selected to rep- resent Cloverdale in the State Pageant. I feel that I will be enriched by the experience of meeting other accomplished young ladies from every comer of the State. Sponsor include: Ace Hard- ware - Will and Josie Jopson, Larry Machado, Cloverdale Food Center - Norman and Linda Par- dini, thanks too Linda for believ- ingin me and helping during the Cabaret, Cloverdale American Savings Bank, Sandra and Bill McGinnes - Aunt and Uncle, Al and Carmen Sauder, Patricia Cass - Grandmother, Marliece Dickens - Aunt, Bill and Remy Penirian Grandfather and Grandmother, James D Middle- ton - father, Morn and Dad Win- terbottom, Bill and Norma Jemelka - Great Aunt and Un- cle, Betty Florence and of course those prayer warriors at First Baptist Cloverdale and all the Youth for supporting me. Thanks also to my sisters, San- dra, Suzanne and Tina for their love and support. Thank you all so much. Your the best. i00bd. . Ivision reports protect home buyers I sWhat is a Subdivision Generally, the Public Report the consumer about a specific Report? will disclose such information property/project, thereby offer- eSubdivision Public Re- as; applicant's name, location ing some protection from mis- .losUre stantf   and siz f the'ubdivision, in- representation, deceit and fraud. dviehpermittlsale. formatiowm utilities, schools, During the processing of the o  of lots, parcels or units taxes, mament, mainte- Subdivision Public Report, the ; s._adubdivision.Justascor- nanCe ad operational expens- California Department of Real ,_,ns must obtain approval e6, unusual easements, rights of Estate, among other things, re- t-e and sell stock certifi- way, set back requirements on views the developer's project vacant land offerings, restric- management budget, deposit s, a developer must obtain Ia] to sell or lease five or ill' . p.arcels or units with- - vsion. a1L rest obtain a State o, I te Subdivision Pub- tions or conditions imposed upon the buyer, any unusual cost that a consumer might have to incur and any unusual financial or conveyance arrangements. Each Public Report is unique moneyhandling, advertisements and the guarantees made to com- plete all promised improve- ments. Q. What State of California Agency is responsible for po- to its specified project. The infor- licing compliance with pub- Y person or persons who mation found with the pages is lic Reports? c'. on selling or leasing five provided to assist the potential A. The Commissioner of the vxre lots, parcels, or units purchase with making an in- Department of Real Estate is p a subdivision must first formed decision, responsible for policing compli- eTa Subdivision Public Re- Q. What is the purpose of ance of the Subdivision Public the Subdivision Public Re- Report. le What types of subdivi- port? ev':_obta]niagaPub]J sion Public Report is to inform /     ' 00NNOUNCING .mercial and indus- n, i1 subdivision. I hose subdivision with  than five units tdlivisions offered by ablic agencies. ( t I fStandard subdivision te. aVing no common v# ea} within the bound- !g] .aries of a city with all i.  to be improved. |- or specific examples s d explanations re- @[ rding exempt status, | fltactthe Department loS| :Real Estate directly - (213)897-3399. g) there more than one ) Subdivision Public ;S; Subdivision Public Re- so called a White report Pubic Re- Wsrizes a developer to ]ti,, 'e lots, parcels or units sa Subdivision. On some ,8.a developer may apply i, as a Pink Report, .tji I allow a developer to . and take reservation ,_,i:eOes for the sale or O'[l'aSt , parcels or units t" "vision. Reservation dev,o00 .W00T20000L00ry S0000sion fIt "=Port are fully refund- I  t kind of iforma- , mZbhc Report? .D.epartment of Real ,, delines are specific" .rtain conditions that ays be included in the "Port. t EXCHANGE BANK'S HOME EQUI3 LINE OF CREDIT 6.25%* i Promotionil APR = .............................. "1 hope I shall possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most envi- able of all titles, the character of an honest man." George Washington cy will provide free 5x7 pictures ofkid with the Easter Bunny from 9 am to 10 am. As in past years the event will be held in three separate fields for three age groups. The age groups are preschool, first and second grades, and third and fourth grades. The Lions Club is hiding over 1000 eggs and numerous special prize eggs. This event i6 a rain-or- shine.event and will be held indoors if necessary. Kid6 are remind- ed to bring an empty basket or similar container for eggs. Art work solicited for SRJC art exhibit Alumni and friends of Santa Rosa Junior College are invited to submit art work for the annual art exhibit sponsored by the Alumni and Friends Association as part of Day Under the Oaks. Artists may submit paintings, sketches, small sculptures and/or photographs. All work should be ready to display. Volunteers are also needed for the set up and clean up crews and to help staff the exhibit during the day. For further information, contact Peggy Morgan, chairperson for the art exhibit, at (707)938-3156. Ace Quamy touch Rat tatex Wag Paint One coat coverage No fading Custom colors avaiJabe. 15786 5 Gallon 16132 .............. 39.85 Each features 1,320 cu. in. hopper capacity and rust-proof poly construction. Rotary has 5' spread width. Drop has 18" orop width. 73678,7036684 I Shovels 47" long-handled shovels have a forward turned step. Choose from a round or square point shovel. 70018,24 588 Prmlm I.awn r.m,IBalr Longer lasting feeding and greening. Recommended for use on all types of lawns. Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. 7014608 7014632 ................. 6.88 I ! 32 I00lm IPuh Cm Sturdy plastic can with snap-lock cover to secure garbage. Red or green. Rust and dent resistant. 71102,62 'SPRING......TIME TO PLANT FULL FLAT Your Choice of Impatiens, PANSIES Sat #.4-.3O MIX Hardware CLOVERDALE 894-2165 MALl INml MAR. !10