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Stlumd The Russian has been kicking out steelhead all week from Guerneville to Ukiah and every- where in between. The fishing has not been "easy  but there are definitely a good amount offish in the river. Most have been using roe, spoons, or spinners. The Warm Springs Hatchery has also dumped a large group of ready-to-spawn steelhead in the Russian above Cloverdale. Remember to practice catch- and-release on our steelhead whenever vossible to allow the '%here is no success without honor; no happiness without a clear conscience; no use in living at all, if only for one's self It is not at all necessary for you to make a fortune, but it is neces- sary that you should become a fair-dealing, honorable, useful man, radiating goodness and cheerfulness wherever you go, and making your life a blessing." Robert Waters CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU i MONDAY, MARCH 24 JEFFERSON Mmi Corn Dogs WASHINGTON Mini Corn Dogs Cheese Sandwich BREAKFAST Eggs/Biscuit TUESDAY, MARCH 25 JEFFERSON Beefy Mac WASHINGTON Pizza seedy Mac BREAKFAST Cemal WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 JEFFERSON Corn Dog WASHINGTON Corn Dog Turkey Sandch BREAKFAST Croissant THURSDAY, MARCH 27 JEFFERSON Turkey/Gravy WASHINGTON Pizza Turkey Noodle CM. BREAKFAST CereeJ MONDAY, MARCH 25 JEFFERSON WASHINGTON Holiday BREAKFAST run to get bigger and better in the future. The south fork of the Eel River looks good and is cur- rently fishing well around Leg- gett. The Mad River is green and definitely fishable. The Mad is producing some spent steelhead and fresh bluebacks. The Smith is to clear to fish unless you are using plugs out of a driR boat. Most feel the Navarre is done for the season. The Trinity River looks great and is producing fish. Lake Sonoma Bass are being caught in the two arms of the lake. Most are in pre-spawn mode and are re- spending to spinnerbaits and rubber baits and jigs fished slow. There have been no reports of trout "or catfish this week. The Yorty Creek boat ramp will re- main closed until April 1, you can still park at the gate and walk in. Clear Lake Last weekend's two day Lake- port Chamber of Commerce bass tournament broke all previous weight records. Jim and Skeet Reese came in first place with a two day combined weight (seven fish per day) of 61.71 Ibs. Second place finisher's Mark Crutcher and Mark Brown had a com- bined weight of 59.51 Ibs. The team's won $3000 and $1500, respectively, for their efforts. Most fish in the tournament were caught on spinnerbaits or flip and jigging' in the tules. There were 69 teams that turned out for the event this year. Upper Blue Lake The fishing that should have been good last weekend was only fair for most. Most trollers were trolling a set of flashers and a needlefish or trolling a rapala. The bank fishing was only fair for those using powerbait and worms. Rain forecast for this weekend may improve the fish- ing--hopefully. Lake Mendoclno A few catfish have been caught in the channel lately, hopefully signally an improved bite. A few largemouth and smallmouth bass have been picked up re- cently too. The striped bass are still sleeping--let's wake 'em up! Other News A no-cost fishing clinic will be held next Thursday from 7-9 pm. Topics to be discussed will be springbass fishing tips and tech- niques and ocean salmon tips and techniques. Local guides will be on hand to discuss these top- ics and answer questions. For more information call Mike or Mark at 462-9711. Sign-ups are limited to 45 people. Washington School Students of the Week January 15-22, 1997 Wuhlngton 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 Ryan Johnson, Jullana Villa, and Aiejandro Lopez. Students of the Week for the 6th through 8th grades were Jams Bricker and Jason Lorence. SILVEIRA Local internee Recess BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE 985 Healdaburg Ave. 433-2424 GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On ell Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310RedwoodHN.-GeyeervWe 00)lelil's New a%Rzoditltnm:r: lances We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. 1 Healdedburg FREE DEUVERY. 433-4838 TERMS Loseone, win one for lady Eagles By Roberta Lyons The Eagles girls' varsity soft- ball team lost to Ursuline last week but defeated Piner. In a hard fought game with Ursuline the Eagles lost 4-3. Casey McIntosh was two for five; Zita Konik, two for four; Brandy Wilson, one for three; Shelley Camilli, one for five with an RBI; Erinn Jensen, one for four, Sara Deines, one for three; Cindy Besio, one for two. Zita Konik pitched nine in- nings, striking out seven bat- ters. "She pitched a good game," said assistant coach Pat Fitzger- ald. 'That was a tough loss," coach Margaret Fitzgerald stated. They played really well. In play with Piner the girls won !0-0. Daniel Bird was two for five with a triple and one RBI; Heidi Yanglin was one for four; Casey Mclntosh, one for two with an RBI; Shelley Camilli, one for one with two RBIs; Cindy Besio, one for three with an RBI; Sara Deines, two for three with an RBI; Erinn Jensen, one for three with an RBI. Sara Deines pitched a no-hit shut out. 'Te are looking good," said coach Fitzgerald. 'Tqe are young and have a way to go, but it's going to be tim. I'm looking for- ward to it." The girls will play Santa Rosa at home on Mar. 18 and the Cloverdale Tournament is sched- uled for Mar. 20-21-22. At Santa Rosa Cloverdale - 100 OlO 100 - 8 runs, nine hits, five errors Ursuline. 000 030 001 - 4 runs, seven hits and 3 errors At Cloverdale Piner - 000 000 0 - No hits and three errors Cloverdale- 301 105 x- 10 runs, nine hits, three errors Baseball starts with Eagles win By Roberta Lyons Baseball season is here and the Cloverdale Eagles varsity team won its first game with Potter Valley, 7-2. The Eagles traveled to Potter Valley last week. Jeff Randolph threw the first two innings; Brett Lile threw four, which gave him the win and TJ Bird closed out the seventh. Bird hit a triple in the third inning and scored on a ball thrown to third. In the seventh inning Chris White led offwith a base hit. Joe Huang got another hit to move White to third. With runners at first and third Brady Cox came through with a key hit to drive in White and move Huang to third. TJ Bird hit his second triple of the day to score Huang and Cox. The varsity will play Potter Valley and the junior varsity will play Mendocino on Wednesday, Mar. 12. At Potter Valley Cloverdale - 001 000 6 - 7 Potter Valley - 010 000 1 - 2 ooNm00OT 6'/8-III00 media be. ......................................... ii ............ NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T S NO W24 t 000 Un# CodeW Lo=m NO TORVICK AP lf8.O10-074-000 APe lfe.OlO.O75- 000 T.D. SRVICIE COMPANY u duly t- ImMlad Tmslee under tM follomng de- scribed Deed of Teust WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIOOER FeN (in fhe form= whk:h aro lawful tend in  UnKI Stzti =ulVor th cafs cetifkid or othe chK-Im Wcilkid in Cry  Section 224h (vfb in full a Ihe time  me to TO Sez,ce Compa/) d I.  and tnlerost c :.velml to and row t O*t'd of Trus in fbe properly hereinMtef d-to,ibm: TRUSTOR: JOSEPH 8 TORVICF, JR OIANNE M TORVICK BENERC.,',t: CHARLES O MCRSON ReorO tpril 22, f004 ee Imdr. No 1904 00532;" ; tin Book page of Olticil Iollt in the 111 of  Rllordll of Sonomaoun, r.<l Dd of Trust ck.;aibw the fonng  0: LOf No. 3 a= said kt i= drown o. thM caam Paad No. 119-321 filed Bv?k 497 M  32- 34. Sormma CounW Ierdm Parc Two: A 40 foot road and ulih:f  over LM Two = shown on =aid map P Three: Lot NO 4 .,= ==id inf i= d'otw on thai retain Parcel Map No. 89-321 fdod Book 407 al Pag 32-34, Soem Cour4y Recent. Foul A  wamtiee eaeeme o LOf 3 m dtwn on d m Pa:d FIp: A 25 toof rood amd utiMy eemmerd om LOf Two ee dtomon mid map. YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 4/14/04UM.ESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY. IT IY BE SOLD AT A PU6LIC ,,ALE IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE 0F THE PROCEEDING AGAIIf YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER 27240 Ai Road, Qomdale.CA Of a stn addm= o common desionaOon f pmldY I= abow, o ra'rt/ is ,,i,mn m to i corn- pllm= o cowect-- I The bee'iaq WldlW =ld Oeed of 1-=d. I mon of | broh o de4ault m tL- obions t'unM tlme, hsof0r= e'=uad and dswad to the undersioned s w,i.en I:dandmo of Delaull and Deffdmd for Sail, and wrilter= notics of delault ted 1 election to cauee Ih# undersigned tO *'ql  property to ==tidy m=J di0.$, md MmtW tt ue d id tice of ddadl m'l of lion 1o Im RecordedNovember 21, 1996 m Imdr. No. -14511 Book Page of 011ic Record= in t;,e office of IM m- ooder of SoonCouy; Sd Sd of iopwillbenmtei, mb ol#ion imli=l, re-lk tle pmUoa m imcumbnmcu, to pW th mmaiM Wie=l  of It eel(s) mc=rKI W mid Oeed of Test. with kderl am in id note pro. advae,-, I .W. uod=r tM tome of  Deed of Tr,,-'.  chagee and of the Tn-e and of the tns crated IW mid Deed .' ful. S,I ,1 lie  on: April 2. P7. =I I1:30 =mAt the Itdv=n L.,,e  to W,e n euikSng. 575 Adnditlndion Dfiw. S. Ro=m. CA A! IM time of the iv FuMiat of thls nofico, t m,,ol of the unald Ibc of 1 oldig IJon u,'ad bl the mee dwuibM De.*l M Trod und ad cede. mqpeeem, ami advams I= 4.02 4S, I= pNmm the =l the tim0 of qp U On0 Uid nay t I et I totd IMddm Cw. :2/2'5R7 TD SERI/tDE COMPANY =, id Tru Kn Mk& Ama CA (1455-IL (510) 2MIOlS We m m=i=k I1 Ikmri=rt to colk = ek =ed th m wh mmmd eral o in mll. IF AVAILAm.E, THE EXPECTED OPENING BIO MtY BE OBTAINED BY CALL. INGTHE FOLLOWING TELEPHONE NUMBER ON THE DAY BEFORE THE SALE: (510) 313- eSl c: 4,wf tc Pue: v12. VlO v  APN  tle-21o.037.10 YOU ARE I DENJLT UNCER A DEED OF "IUST, DATED 11/03_ UNLESS YOU TN<:E AC.ON ;D PRCREL'T OUR , IT MAY BE SOED AT A PUB- UC SALE. F 'tU HD N EXt.N SI-KXX.D CONT"T A LWER Nee  r ,. CTC  Sr-  cmlm m tm ee pumuant Io Im Dmd of Tmt mculd by Md S Pa and Badm'i  PaN, husll and  u Joint Terit dil ,, R==== of s=m, c=u,W, s=m t,,   sTs dmracm om, sm Rm CamU * p, auc to  htm  t in ful tm of =k d  Ib, and mlm- m sskl Cmmy I'zl  md u  kgy Trek The sbo m and ohsr cmn- men mna t'anv, of lb. ml pmp,ty  m m purtm to tm: t8 h,mm The t/frot d Im un blk ante 1 itom emm of Im obliglm ' ==um W  pmp to t sc m= ms- m t Ihetmeof binil of Ihe Nolce of Sale in Sle0.670J1 i - phi. ibto N at Ihe lime d ib Om opening Id cept cmdVets cheOm dm m s m or nllmi Ink, s chck lm,m by s m or f=lm/=it umo or a chm:k dmw W p m or federal mq amd kmt a=ooo- qmdled in Sl,.m 510 d I Fram Ced and  t do Ixamool in Ibm m Stud m wi lm rrlL in m "A,S B" didMu :wed by ull DNd of That, m Ihmwdm....dl irm m pm- oo(mmd by lid Dlld d Tluihlh intlmt dmgee end eelmnm of I1 Tnloo and d A IC.,, Tr,tm's ,Sm OIEr, CTC tom to oo a ds W smsd dl  usl cr hsl oos FICTITIOUS usmr=ss NAME STATEMENT FLE NO. r/o4= The Medicinal Pla Farm located a: 15885A/Co'man Valley Rd.. in Occi- dentaJ.rrmding mJd ress, [btank],is (are) herelf reglltered by the tollowin 9 owner(s): Russ Brown, 15885A Coleman VaIey Rd.. Ocddeal, CA 05465. This business is columd by: N/A. The regisb'ant commenced to transanl buldneM, unde the fiCMlou$ name of namu above on N/A. Signed: Russ Brom This Itatement wal filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA County on: Jan. 24, 1997. I   that the fooooing is a correcl copy of the original statem on file in my office EEVE T. LEWIS, County C_,k. By/s/ Paul Paynoso. SEAL #27, Fee. 26, Mat. 5, 12, 19.'97 FIITTIO4 BUSlNF NAM STATNENT FiLE NO. $70a2 O:k C, om/ located at: 2201 Bo- hentan l-kW., in Occidental, CA 95465, retailing iddrol. PO Box loll, S- topoi. CA 96473. in (are)  m,- tm4 W the foaow omr(s): Om, id P. Orlon, 540 b'tn Ave., topof, CA 95472. This tsness s coerced by:an Indi- vidu. The )intramt  fo t bu=Meu under the flctittom name or namB= above on I-17. Sign: Dav P Ono This tement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA County tm: I- f.97. I t erWy  Uw kO i a correct cqW of the origin= =tmmtem on file In my offCe. EEVE T. LEWIS. County  By// Paul Reyr, oso. SEAL #26. Feb. 26, Mar. 5. 12, 19. '97 Lofl: ROS Other: 82004512 ERH A.P NUMBER Notice of Trustee's Sail Deed of Trust You ale il under a deed oi bust August 25, 1994, unlesS ) action to protect your may be sold at a you need an nature of the proceedi you, you should contacti Notice is hereby given ficlal Management America, A Delaware as bustee, or success= or substituted bustee the deed of bust Timothy lan Mackey L. Mackey 08/30/1994 as 1994 0101497 in book official records in county recorder of county, California, and to the Notice tJon To Sen thereunder 12/13/1996 in book instrument no said official records, wil 049/1997 at The Main enhance to the building 575 Santa Rosa, CA at 11:30 public auction to the bidder for cash (payable lime oi sale in United States), aH right interest conveyed to held by it under said in the property situated county and state scribed: As more on said Deed olTrust. erty address and other designation, if any, of properly described ported to be: 1089 Road Cloverdale, CA undersigned trustee any liability for any of the properl common designation, shown herein The total of the unpaid balance gation secured by the be sold and reasonable costs, expenses and the time of the initial of the notice of $34,033.11 IT IS AT THE TIME OF OPENING BID MAY BE THAN THE TOTAL NESS DUE. In addition the trustee wig accept a check drawn on a state' lional bank, a check state or federal credit check drawn by state or savings and loan savings association or bank specified the 8Panctal ,, " to 6 business in event tender other than accepted the bustee hold the issuance of the deed until funds become to the payee or matter of right. Said sale made, but without w'rranty, express or regarding title, encumbrances, to indebtedness secured deed, advances interest as provided the unpaid indpal the note secured by with interest thereon as in said note, fees, expenses of the bustee trusts oreated by said trust, dated: lal Menagenmnt America, As Tmslee Trust Deed Sendce, 202 FuHerton, CA 773-0800 By: E. NANDEZ SR. Trustee 1=91085 3/19, 3/26,