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Boats out of Fort Bragg have been going out to the second bouy and then either north or south a couple of reported Wednesday. Lake Sonoma Bass fishinghas been fair with the water temperature just now starting to warm back up. There was no topwater bite this week- end due to the cooler surface temperatures. The bite should change to good as summer weather returns. There have been very few reports of catfish lately, but it should be time. Not many have tried trolling for trout lately due to the high winds. Clear Lake The bass fishing has been good. Most of the bass are in the tules so rubberbaits fished slow miles depending on the most re- have been the rule. There has cent report, not been a topwater or spinner- The boats out of Bodega have bait bite his week. Catfishing been going south to Ten Mile and has been good. Most are using Point Reyes to find Kings. Many live crawdads, cut-up sardines small fish were reported. The and anchovies, or nightcrawl- beats out of Sausalito have been ers. mooching I00-150 feet down, Lake Mendoclno southeast of the Farallon Islands. There have been some anglers ing stripers in the evening using topwater minnow imitations. Some shore anglers fishing off the dam have reported some rea- sonable striper fishing when shad are 'boiling' on the surface. Some stripers have also been taken at the north end of the lake by those casting sluggos, rapalas, and hair raisers. Upper Blue Lake Fishing at Upper Blue Lake has been fair to good. The trout bite has been fairly slow for shore anglers. Boaters have been catching 1/2 to full limits of trout 10-20' down. Lake Pilsbury The trout fishing hasbeen gen- erally good for trollers. The bass fishing has been fair to good. Trout Plants This week Mill Creek Lake and the east fork of the Russian River are scheduled for plant- ings. l !| Lenora and Ron Abby, owners of Precision Manufecturing located on Industrial Dr. in Cioverdale, were among the local industries recognized at the recent Economic Development Commission and Chambers Salute to Industry luncheon. i Do more than exist, live. Do more than touch, feel Do more than look, observe. Do more than read, absorb. Do more than hear, listen. Do more than listen, understand. Do more than think, ponder. Do more than talk, say something..-John A. Rhoades MCCONNELL (:HEVROLET ' OLDS e GEO ! 'OUR NEAREST GM"DI00:ALER 1395 Healdsbu00g Avenue, Healdsburg 1.800.775"3384 LUNCHEON must find our niche in the mar- ketplace. Our local industries are changing and will find their niche. We are fortunate to have them," Jopson said. He added that the new shop- ping center should be looked upon as an opportunity, and not with dismay. A positive view will help everyone prosper, in his view. Heainvited everyone to attend Chamber meetings, the News at Noon and monthly dinner events. Ran Abby of Precision Manu- facturing, reported he ships to a worldwide market and now has 20 employees. 'e are looking for a larger building," he said. Redwood Empire Lumber re- ported a 20% growth this past year. New equipment is on line and the business is expected to continue to increase. Themill employs 240 people in Clover- dale and 34 in Philo. MGM Brakes has annual sales of $20 million with 50% going overseas. We are in a competi- tive area and we must control our costs, said the new General Manager Steve Barrow, a native of Cloverdale. Bruce Rouser of Rouser, Inc. reported his business continued to do well. Cloverdale Trading Post, in addition to its unique retail store, does custom injec- tion molding that will be moving to Cloverdale within 6 to 12 months. New World Manufacturing, that makes custom water beds, will be expanding in the coming year. SILV IRA BODY SHOP I AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP I I SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES I & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. II 985 Healdaburg Ave. I Healdsburg 433"2424 I GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Geyeerville 11111"$ New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattreeaea We Service What We Sell! Competitive Pries 25 North St. I Healdsburg I FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS [t iiii::i:,. -'::::::::::!iiit:-ii: : I'm looking for i'nformation I regarding a hit and | run accident on Astl I Road Wednesday, I June 18 at 9 pm. A | vahicle struck my I son on hie I ekateboard In the blke lane. If you have any informatlon on | thls Incldent call Bob Grooms at | ters P--ents Magic 3D Coloring Book INAPSt--Do you believe in magic? There's nothing quite as magical as the self-cmfident smile of a child who has just created a dazzling work of art Making thi. magic easier to achieve is a unique new software program that combines three- dimensional PC technology with the classic fun of Crayola crayons. Children can create their own 3-D scenes with cok)dul new st- ware from Crayon. These creativity boosters arc faired in IBM's Crayola Magic 31) t:.loring th,k for cbddrn. 3 and older. The prtram has a colorful, easy-to-use interface and mot children really appreciate the fact that they can create dazzling art- work witho.t aistance A creative way to boost self.con- fidence. It|e program encnurages chiMren to use both their imagina- tions and a variety of computer tools to make imaginative ere- aliens Imth anacreon and off. Fram coh, rful mobiles to fun shadow hoxe, children can extend t" fun beyond tbe computer and make lots of imagl.ative creations First. children elect s picture from a library of seven coloring Ik based on popular themes. such as dinosaurs, teddy bears and in,=x'cts. Then they can use a vaH,,ty ,ff Crayola mlo;.'s, texture and bIs to fill in the image With IltM's Crayola Magic 3D Coloring Bmk, children get imme- diate satisfaction from the sophis- ticated and beautiful scenes they are coloring As a result they become excited sbout both the p,c'ess a.d the finished pduct. For more information and to rces. a downtoadable dome end related hands-n activities, visit IBM's Web site at www.pc.lBM. cam/multimedia. Hme Fun In The Sun Without Getting Burned |NAPS)--Rummer vacotions and warm weather usually mean heading nut of doors to beaches, picnics, pool and barbecues. But while bay)aft filn ill tilt' Still, make xure your skin and your family's skin is pngeded. |larmful ultravi- olet I UV) rays ca. cau.m, skin can- cer. which is one of the most pre- 'entable- yet conlntan--cancer in the United States. There are imple tbinffs you can d4, to tduce your risk of over- cxpsnPP b the sun, Try to avoid tile day's peak UV rays-4tween 10 a m. and 4 p,m. UV rays are damaging h the skin, regardless of bow hot or bright it is outside. To be Pfe in the sun. always: WPar a waterpR r sunreen of at least 15 SPF (sun protection factor) or higher that protects against IJVA and UVB rays. Apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before i.g outside and reapply every two hour, Wear clothing with a tight wea, and select n wide brimnd hat. Whether you are headed to the Imfl or beach, remember to pro- tect your ey and lipw which are hth susceptible sis for skin can- cer Surfaces sut as water and sand can reflect up to 85 percent of U" sun's rays. By truing suncreen and being sun smart, you can prevent damage to yur kln from five sun'. harmful rays and reduce your risk of akin cancer. Fro" infcmott'bn  skin can. (r or other cancer risit the CRFA Web site at http: lww.prevsnt caneer, org or call 1-800.227.CRFA. The desert fox'l huge I1,1 NOTICE OF S SALE L,DER DED OF TRUST Fk 340-15305 l.Joa 575545 OC. 5372B5 Inwmr Loan at 042E72713 AP.  115-420-01S YOU AR IN AULT UN[::)IR A DEED CF "UST, DATED August 4, I2, UN- LESS YOU TA ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR FRFRT, ff MAY [ LD AT A FROLIC ALE F YOU NEEEED AN EX- PLANAN C THE NATURE OF: THE  YOU, YO SHOJLD CONTACT A LAWYER Na=e = hereby  th= Stan-,Sw  ton a Cakxr= . as e, o succemor lmee, or  ItWBe   No, lg 0103643 in Book bgA F N/A  Ot:J mcs in  b fce of e C..our Reo0d of Smogs lice @ Delaug amd Becn to Sel thenmm- =W mo0md 025/17 m Book -, Page -, m blslmlmt No. Ig7-0014775 of sid -  Admnramn Dr errawe to  Ad- mmmmo Bdmg 575  Dde Samtl Rosa, C& aS 11:30 KM at pub- Ic aucon to te highest Idd for c=mh (payable =t 1he lime of se in lawf  of the  S==s), =dl rN, Se =d irmr-  oonwd m ad no# held by it und lind Deed ot Tru m 'm property id in =aid C.oun =nd Sm heem=lr de- A me fuly der,n'bed in mid to t 2g.A E]t Awnu Cod mm= y rmt,y  my koec= d he ixol.ty dm =nd otef o0mmon tim tmd  te ptty t= t =01d =nd mmonmble em=d 0==,  wd cmshif m/x dr on m -,, o nmonml bmnk, m check dr IW m m  federal cmd union o m chk dra by m m o NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF: ESTATE OF SUSAN MARIE CRIDER CASE NUMBER: 068057 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may be oth- erwise interested in the will or estate, or both, of ESTATE OF SUSAN MARIE CRIDER A PETITION has bean filed by: Me I ante Trupkiewica-.ie the .,, Superior CQurt oLGalifomia, Countyof Sonoma. THE PETITION requests that Melanie Trupkiewicz be ap- pointed as personal represen- tative to administer the estate of thedecedant. THE PETITION requests that the decodenrs WlLLand codi- cils, if any, be admitted to pro- bate. The will and any codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court. THE PETITION requests au- thorRy to administer the estate under the Independent Admin- istration of Estates Act. (This authority n alk the perso representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. efore taking oerin very important actions, how- ever, the personal representa- tive will be required te give no- tice to interested persons un- less they have waived notice or consontad te the proposed ec- 'don.) The independent admin - istration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARINGon the petition will be held on July 22, 1997 at 8:45 A.M. in Dept: Annex Room, 18 located at 1450 Guemeve Reed, Santa Rosa, CA. IF YOU OBJECT to the grant- ing of the petion, you should appear at e hearing and smt your objections or file written objections with the court be- fore the hearing Your appear- ance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal represan- tative appointed by the court within four months from the date of its first issuance of let- tern as provided m secon 9100 of the Calimm Probate Code. The time for fling claims will not expire before four months from the hearing date noticed aDove. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with court a formal Fbquest forSpe- cial Notice of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of es- tate assets or of any path'ion or aocount as provided in section 1250 of the California Probate Code. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney r pelofr: Thomes FedSir Address: Campl, Anderson, Case/, Sinkand Johnson, P.O. Box 3305, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. This no,co was mailed On 12./97 at Santa Rosa, CA. #63 June 25, July 2, 9, "97 NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING CITY OF CLOVERDALE PLANNING DEPARTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on July g, 1997 at or after 6:30 PM. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, public hearings will be held by the Planning Commission for the purpose of considering the following projects: 1. Bovrie Second Residential Uoit Use Permit. {Matthew ovrie. APPlicant. Gene and Ruth Huddle. LandownersL Request for approval of a Use Permit for the construction of a seoond residanlal dwelling unit at 418 West Second Street (APN 001-051-029). The pro- posal would involve the con- struction of an attached 631 square foot second residential dwelling unit in oonjunon with the construction of a 1,167 square foot main residence, as w es an anclosod garege and carport. The proposed unit would be constructed on a 6,280 square foot lot. Environ- mental Action: Catogerical Ex- empllo. Paoa's Pizza Restaurant Use Permit Amendment. 0ke Nixon. Aooticant. Harold Gutnecht. LandownerS: Re- quest for epprovel of an amesl- malt te an existing Use Permit for the Papa's Pizza restaurant at 117 E. First Street (APN 001-123--010). The proposal would authorize the addition of amplified live music to the ex- isting activities of the restau- rant. The proposed live music would take p4aco within the res- taurant and the outdoor patio between the hours of 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Saturdays. En- vironmental Action: Categori- cal Exemption. PLEASE BE ADVISED that the Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on the projects listed above. Projectdetalls, and any written comments are availal:de forre- view at the City of Cloverdale Planning Department, 126 N Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, California. Staff reports will be available the Friday before the Planning Commission meeng. All interested persons are in- vited to sand written cam ments to the above address no later than the bearing date and/or be present to comment orally on the project. If you challenge this item in court, you may be limited to raising only those is- sues you or someone else raised,at.the publlo bearing described i.n tis notice, or in' written correspondence deliv- ered to the Planning Commis- sion at or prior to, the public hearing. The City of Cloverdale has, by resolution, adopted the time limits set forth in the Cali- fornia Codeof Civil Procedure Seoon 1094.6, within which if you choose to seekjudal re- view of this action, such action must be filed no later than the nine|ieth day following the date on which the administrative decision becomes final. Joe C. Heckel Planning Director City of Clovardale Planning Department #68, June 25, '97 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA- TWE HEARING LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT CITY OF CLOVERDALE PLANNING DEPARTMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATon Monday, July 7,1997 atoraft4.'00p.m, in the Coun- cil Chambers of City Hail, 124 N. CIoverdale Blvd., Clover- dale, an adminislmtive heating will be held by the Community Development Director for the purpose of considering the fol- lowing lot line adjustment pro- Ix=a: Carvalho/Hunt |'Vincent and Laurie Cares'he. Aoolicant and James and Dowel D(im [g0...10 Request for approval of a lot Une adjust- ment between Assessor's Par- cel #001-151-005 and Assessors Parcel #001-151- 004 in which cam men property lines would be adjusted to re- establish the size and shape of two parcols currentiy compris- ing 3,800 square feat and 23,260 square feet, respec- tively. Assessor's Parcel #001- 151-005 would gain 10,060 square feet from Assosors Parcel #001-151-004, and the resulting sizes of the two par- cels would be approximately 13,860 squareleetand 13,200 square feet. The lots front or acoss onto 606 North Clover- dale Blvd. Environmental Ac- tion: Categorical Exemption. Project details, and any written comments are avaiklblo for re- view at the City of Cloverda|e Planning Department, 125 N. Cloverdalo Blvd., Cloverdale, California. The determination otthe Commtmity Dt Director may be appealed to the Planning Commission by the applicant or an affected party within fifteen (15) days after the date of the adminis- tralive dacision. The City shall hedule the appeal r a pub- ewltmsW(s0)days aftra the filing of the appeal. JoeC. Heck Community Development Di- rector City of Cloverdale Planning Departmant #67, June 25, 1997 NOTII HEARING OF COUNCIL NOTICE THAT the Plannin sion and Cij separate public July 2, 1997 in rial Building, Street, cioverdale, pose of con menr. The public the Planning begin at 5:00 p.m. a prior to 7:00 p.m. hearing begin at 7:30 p.m. ning Commission Council will revisions to a arty, as now Webb Col)fern) The project, and public hearings, below: Plen Council of revi nan/ the 175 acre Planned Develo vised from what waS! residential units three phases lowing 50. Lol to 9,000 sq. ft., withl ity of mately 6,(XX) s is designed as an stricted o opment. als of 55 years "Clover Springs 1.9 acre Recreatio preservation of the Winery, creekside Porterfleld ( Cloverdale, west eel Foothill Blvd. Assessment: dendum to E pactReport (EIR 8, 1992. PLEASE BE thePmn City Council shown above. The Commission will advisory capacity Council, offering meats in the form mendabons. available for revieWS malt, 1; Cloverdale, available the City Council meeting All interested the project. If you this item in t, y sues you or raised at the described in this sion at or prior to, hear. #66 June 25, Recycle Gold tNAI ,'t -A g-ld ha opelled a Crl and Imy the mad. "lt' llke Marketing 7,akid *l'aqde j;,d. S A  qd itie,t1 s: llouhl b:wk wlwm .k i "With s nld lt,t $.5 arid Ilw anamt of gdd i.al up," be says tea II! ! Cnn teeth I)usines? "We mett in our eut,lller' own raining ,.w o= many I 1 tal matcriot " F.r idil.e kit ['all I.ipph|cot t, I.  Wy..ewood. PA visit Ihem on hU ptcy