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Please bring along your W-2 forms, 1099's, a copy of last years tax return if possible, and any other pertinent papers. :-: -: :':': :;: : :?.: :-y;:: ::':':: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :$:.-' Art Show Continues through March 29 The Art; Show Committee of the Friends of the Cloverdale Library are pleased to be dis- playing the works of local artists Ron Brown, Sharon Kozel-Red- dy, and Easton. The reception that was held for the artists was very successful and gave a chance for local art enthusiasts to meet them and mingle with the artists. Book donated in Memo of Dante Bracclallnl We are pleased to have re- ceived a copy ofOz Clarke'sNew Classic Wines as a donation in memory of Dante Braccialini. His Carmichael, California made this loving contribution. Donatlon recelvsd for chlldren's books In Spanlsh Previous library employee Marian Zagorites recently do- nated funds to be used to pur- chase more titles in Spanish for the children of Cloverdale. This is a popular collection in our library and we are happy to be able to offer more to them. Pajama Storytime Wednesday, March 26 at 7 pm Children's Librarian Anne Marie Murphy will present a storytime for children on' Wednesday, March 26, from 7 to 7:45 pm. Anne Marie will also do friends Bob and Doffs Beckert of songs and a cralt. Cloverdale seniors write This story was written by Gor- don Bryan at the Cloverdale Autobiography Writing Work- shop being held the Cloverdale Senior Center on Thursdays from 1-3 pro. Gordon has lived in Clover- dale for three years and is a mechanical engineer retired from Rockwell International af- ter working on the Apollo Global Positioning System and other programs. He and his wife, Eran, have four children, lO grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The class is taught by Scott Reid and is free. Presented by the Santa Rosa Junior College Seniors' Pro- gram, the class always welcomes new participants. The old hand-dug containers of milk, butter, eggs and other perishables during warm weather. There were many farm chores to be divided between my three siblings (allolder than I) and me and the primary one that fell to me--as soon as I was old enough, probably eight or nine was pump ing water for the livestock. With neither windmill nor elec- tric power this had to be done with hand power. I could have fretted unhappily under the burden of the most boring and unchallenging task of all the farm chores but chose instead to make the best of it by using it as a time for meditation, thinking about anything or noth- ing, fantasizing about living with an Indian tribe or sailing the oceans, and gaining a certain satisfaction from what appeared The cold of winter required wearing gloves for insulation from the cold pump handle and occasionally breaking the ice that formed on the water in the stock tank so the animals could drink. One cold day I had been in- trigued by a family conversa- tion about wet things sticking, through freezing, to cold metal and even a hilarious story of someone's tongue getting stuck to a steel rod. As the end of my pumping session approached that evening I was mulling over that story. Suspecting that it was not re- ally true, not being one to hold back, from experimentation and wondering how quickly freezing might take place I rationalized that touching tongue to pump handle and pulling away very quickly would not allow enough Santa Rosa Boat, RV and Sport Show adds00'eff00road hall The 1997 Santa Rosa Boat, RV & Sport Show, scheduled for April 4,5, and 6 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, will expand to include an entire hall of off-mad sports ex- hibits, including off-mad vehi- cles, bikes and accessories. This new attraction will be in addition to the show's fishing and hunting hall, the popular 3200 gallon Bass Bin demon- stration aquarium, acres of new RVs and boats, and scores of activities for families ranging from trout fishing to pony and kayak rides. Admission to the. show is $2 for anyone showing a current California fishing or hunting li- cense. General admission is $4.50, $3.50 for seniors (60 and up). Children 12 years and un- der are admitted free with an adult. Show hours are noon-8 pm on Friday, Apr. 4, 10 am-8 pm Sat- urday, April 5, and 10 am-6 pm on Sunday, April 6. Kid Street Theatre offering parenting classes in SR Kid Street Theatre is now of_ fering parenting classes week- days, from 4 to 5:30 pro. These classes are offered free of cost, and are available to all those who are interested. It's the perfect opportunity to learn more effective ways to commu- nicate with your children, and develop more healthy relation- ships. For more information, please call 525-9223 or drop in at 54 West 6th Street in Railroad Square in Santa Rosa. Call for entries for ' jewelery show @ @ @ @ @ @ NOTICE Of TRUSTEE3 SALE T.S. No.41000 Unit CodeW Loan NoT API 118-010-074-000 APt 118-010-075- 000 TD SRVI C01ANY m duly =p- peintd Tmtee under tM fo de- tcribod Deed of Dust WILL SLL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (in the forms which are lawful tender i the Lkzd SM,-) rod/or the cadVr's, wtiiied or other dud= =pecifmd in COd Section 224h zbb i full at e tin of mb to TO swvce Company) all deN, fitlz aml ilwmt c .nwml to and nw h#,d by il undw mid O,ed ol Tru i the proptcty hr drscl: TRUSTOn: JOSEPH e TOW.qC, JR  M. T0 BENEFICI^P,Y: ,tKRLES O MCPHERSON Rort':,=lml 22, 1(194 m liner. No 1994 005327 1In Book page of of .%mmcounty; d Deed of Trtmt de-bm tl toltowi  0: LOf No. 3 m sl k4 is shown o, that codzin Pa MW NO. BII-32 ! fried Book 497 d Pa0a 32. 34, nom= County IeotW  Two: A 40 tool road and u51i: mmenl eta' LM Tm m  o, r, zid m P'arcd Tlmm: Lot NO. 4 ,= mid iol k ow o that cod=i Map No 89-32r red Book 41)7 =1 Pe8 32-34, Sonnu Count/ Ren. u A p wmdlne mueu o Loto3 as shown o sd map. Pacof F: A 25 roof ro,zd zmd utily q omr Lot Two  dlovm on fid rnp. YCRJ AIE IN DEFAULT UK)R A DEED OF TRUST DATED 4Vt4/94UN1.ESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLO AT A PUBLIC ,ALE IF YOU NEED AN EXPUt.NATION OF THE NA' OF THE  PROEENG AGAINCl YOU, YOU SHOED CONTACT A LAWYER 27240 Asti Road, C:IovI.CA (11 a =tr=of addnm or common designan ,1 property is al. no wmanty ; ,=iron as to its com- pMm or corrects,-" I The beneficty Ud' Idd (md ol ],,mt, W nl==on of  brmch or dkdaull in I1,- oblilion= . heelofom -:uteU and to the uodemgned t witten n ol DofaMt al Dmmml lm Sle, and wtea otico of doftt ad el election to cauw b  to ,l hid properly to mti =aid oblig=flo.s, and therefftsr the utwsignsd  1 noti of =rod of dEtion to be RecordedNowmb 2t. le am Ir. No. -145alln Book Pae of Olficl Ieois in tl,e onk el Ihe re- con|r of Sonormu; Said Sak of prty will be made i. ,i ondilion without cot,,,ant or wrramy, proe= o implied, rard li pom=n, o mnlHa, to pay Itw nmkg pmimd  of t aote(m) mcd by mid Dd of Tread, with int't = k tmid msto rovid. Jnc. ll ..W. und the tmm of mid Ds oi T, '. lm. rb'ss tr of the Tnr.!- and of th tnm cmed by sl Deed  frost Said hie will IMIdo: Apdl 2. P97.=1 11:30 s.mAt the AdminiJalmn U;m Imbwt to the n Building. S75 Dn. Salt= Ro= CA AI r tm of th public.on of tl nelice, rn totol Imotml o1 the un@l Imhm, of tim ObSl mcumd by the above de=ribed Dmd of Tram wd eMimell u. amm=, and k tm  tot-a r= duo. D.'2G7 T.D. SERVIC COMPANY m mid Trutet, Kanm Mml. kut.a 737 Arnold Drmt. S C. Mlim. CA 4553-65 {510) 29-901S Wt In mseing the 8emfmwy to co.| a de( md any Jnfomun wo amain wii im ucod tar th m wl m=id on or i nflill. IF AVAILABLE, THE EXPECTED OPENING BID MAY BE OBTAIMED BY CALL- ING THE FOLLOWING TELEPHONE NUMBER ON THE DAY BEFORE THE SALE: {510) 313-  AC: 43125C PUS: 3/12, 3/19.3t2 well and a learning to be a thankful expression in time for any supposed freezing the milk cows large liquid brown to take place. Open to all Sonoma County m mo experience eyes as they swilled huge drains Very quickly was not soon Jewelers, the Cultural Arts  oFYIJ ARE IN DEN.LT UI'ER A DEEDed, DATENO':11X}3211tO'07"000UNLESS By Gordon Bryan of the clear cold water, enough and there I was stuck to Council is looking for original My parents bought the farm The handle ofthe old cast iron my suddenly unfriendly pump work, excellent craftsmanship, RIOPBq'Y, ffMAYBEOLDATAI:.J.YOUTAKE/'I1ONTOPROTECOUR northeast of Carthage, Missouri in 1920 and we moved there in the spring of 1922 when I was six years of age. The farmhouse had been built in the mid 1800's and presum- ably the well was dug about the same time. The original dig was about four feet in diameter and 35 feet deep so after penetrating well into a strata of water bearing sand and gravel and being lined with brown prairie recks the visible diameter was about three feet. The rocks had been carefully chosen for flattened surfaces so that, when laid without benefit of mortar or reinforcing, the lin- ing was very stable. Through the crevices between rocks flowed a plentiful supply of pure cold water and was, in effect, a flowing spring. A kid my age could not help being fascinated by the plink- plunk of dripping water and the cool moist air when the access hatch was lifted. In addition to supplying top quality water the well was also used extensively, for hanging pump, which had probably been placed there when the well was dug, had been worn smwth by the countless hours of being rubbed by hands moving it up and down and I became attached to that handle for about an hour each evening to satisfy the thirsty cows and horses. Through balmy spring eve- nines I would pump; enjoying music of songbirds returned from migration, smells of spring flow- ers and burning leaves and the caress of gentle breezes. During hot summer evenings I would pump and perspire--oc- casionally pausing to wipe sweaty hands on my baggy Osh- kosh-by-Gosh big overalls--con- templating the heavens, counting the stars in the Pleia- des (I could make out as many as 19 on a clear and moonless night) smelling new mown hay and lis- tening to the faint barking of dogs in.the distance. Autumn bmnght fragrant qui- etly delightful Indian summer evenings; and I would pump-- singingfavorites like Indian Love Song and Danny Boy. handle. Panicky thoughts raced through my brain in millic- ands. Remove pump handle, take it in the house and warm it up? That would only allow time for it to freeze more deeply. No alternative but to get loose! An almost involuntary jerk of the head freed me leaving the outer layer of tongue skin be- hind. Pain was intense but so would be the pain of having to go in for supper (as was called the evening meal) and face the inevitable kidding for having done some- thing so stupid. Especially obnoxious would be what came from brother Jim, my elder by only a year and a half, who delighted in hazing little brother. So scraping the evidence off the pump handle I resolved to hide my pain and not tell any- one. My plan didn't work. Being scarcely able to eat, my secret was soon out and the valuable lesson to exercise greater cau- tion when experimenting was indelibly etched in my mind. and most of all unique or unusu- al designs and materials. The show will be exhibited with Hum- SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WOFIKldANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS--FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE, 985 l.kmldsburg Ave. AJ #tAA Heald)urg I)'-IFL('I JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domeetic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Goyervllle GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housawares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 New end Reconditioned Appline.. Spring Air Mattressos We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St.  ] .   FREE DEUVERY J I'maloeburw ..... 433-4838 .=n,.a boldt County's Out of Hand Met- alsmiths, May 5 through June 30. .  TION OF THE NATU OF THE AC,-JST U, YOU SHOUU) COAJT'T A LAWtt Nme ..... i=  g m=t CTC r-=mdmum r- W Mm S Pm sr Btsm J Pt husbend end vle = Jo TM dml 11/02 nd recorded 11t12, as meet No. 11-0141040, in BoOk -. -J. of Omcl Remrd m I ofEm ot i'm Application deadline is April  c=,w=.,,s=,=c=.,s=. I, 1997. For prospectus and ap-   = on oo7 = o AM. "*  Admmmon Dm m to plication cad Culbzral Arts Coun- t,,,-, ....,,., ... .. .. ,...c i l of Sonoma County,  ="=='-=-,=.==',,,,'.'*"==='*'=du=w mt oomstl to mcl nmv hkl W  un,r said DNd l' That. in 1he pmpa atd ster services at ,- "" -- ""= " =" -- mort di=mn, Ir m,  t,e roof Wopty ighborhood Ch .=,.....,o.to. Ne urch dmiemd T=ee datums m/hl kx any  of 1he slnmt addmas snd The Neighborhood Church     =. ' hm'L Th ml wnou d Ihe unl t- welcomes all to attend the cele- m 1 inimt Ih d Ihe ofdJ brtion of the resurrection of ,msm., mnms at lhe time d the imli  O Jesus at the Easter services in tNofldSmlm$10.ff/0.51. Itisls. e -* i Vine of -, me opeg t=d the Neighborhood Church, 28 Tarman Drive. Sunrise service will be held at 7 am; Easter breakfast, 8 am; Sunday school, 9:15 am; and morning service at 11 am. The theme of the morning ser- vice will be "The Glory of the Resurrection". Pajama Storytime at Cloverdale Library It's Pajama Storytime at the Cloverdale Library, all 2-5 year olds are invited to attend this free program on Wednesday, March 26, 7-7:45 pm. There will be stories, songs, movement ac- tivites, a crat and more. Call the library at 894-5271 if you have any questions. mmy be Is Un the tol indel01edneu due. tn kt 1 cask the Tmame we ,- cept cmhiets checks dmv on a sWe = rmli,a hi'k. a check dravm by a =dam r fedl czlit un or a check dmvn I a =dato or ml  ml In umb- =X mmm msoco  m,n nk e(:lTmd in econ 5102 d Ihe Flrmnc Cod and  to do bumm in Ibis m id le vl tm rmd in an "AS IS" ondim. tul v,ott omwt o vlmnLy.  e impt m0in0 kt pmm- sire e mmmbrmm, to Wis t  tsdnms  W-- Dmd e Tnas t ackwm IhmJn(. lh irmm u p t d t unmid pmc d h Nm moJmd by ml Dd d Tm gl mwt Ihemon I pmd in =aid No plu= toe chl an eqmmm of  Tre mdd Ihe tram cm1l by id Dmd d Tat Cl"C  Smdom GoqINO 4OU Ooumy W/. SVt sm vw. cA g3085, Phon 00) 281-8210 , tompV to oiect a ds #W inlknu mmed 11 bo trod k)r hat pta;me omet 08f=7 ASAP248 2v12, 3rlg, @ @ @ FREETH00 TOSaD FORI (NAPS--More people are find- ing a ged night's sleep is easier to come by thanks to sound condition- ers, small machines that prntJde a variety of repetitive, continuous sounds that ca. help soothe babi. F.r information on LifeSounds and sound conditioning call Marpac at (800) .999-6962, between 8:,30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m, E-r. Loan: 3094 ROS Other: 820045121 ERH A P NUMBER 11 Notice of Trustee's Deed of Trust You under a deed of August 25. 1994. action to protect your may be sold at a you need an nature of the you. you should Notice is hereby give America A Delaware as bustee, or or substituted trustee 1 lhe deed of trust Tmoy tan Mackey l L. Mackey 08/30/1994 as 1994 0101497 in official records in county recorder county California to the Notice Of tion To Sell 12/13/1996 in book, instrument no said offICial records, 1 04/09/1997 at The entrance to the building 575 Santa Rosa, CA at public auction to bidder for cash time of sale in United States), interest conveyed held by it under in the property county and state scribed: As more fuly on said Deed offrust erly address and designation, if any, property described ported Io be: 1089 Road Cloverdale CA g undersigned stee any liability for art of the property common shown herein. The of Ibe unpaid gafion secured by me P be sold and costs, expenses and lhe time of the of the notice of $34,033.11 IT AT THE TIME OF OPENING BID THAN THE TOTAL NESS DUE. In the trustee will accept I check drawn on a tional bank a check state or federal credit check drawn by state savings and loan savings assocmlJon bank specified in the Financial Code and ! to do business in event tender other accepted the hold the issuance deed unM funds to the payee or matter of righL Said s made, but without warranty, express e regarding title, encumbrances to indebtedness deed, advances interest as provided the unpaid the note secured by with interest thereon in said note, fees, expenses of the trusts created by trust dated: ial Management Amerlce, As Trust Deed Service, 140 E. Commonwealtlt 202 Fullerton, CA 773-0800 By: E, NANDEZ SR Trustee I)91085 3/19,