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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, July 9, 1997 Inspiring Ideas Open Houle Open House for Mystery Sum- mer School" will be held Wednes- day, July 16, from 6:30 to 8 pro. There will be a special guest performance by the =Red Panda Acrobats". This dynamic hus- band and wife team are profes- sional trained acrobats from China, who have traveled across the U.S. We are very fortunate that the Red Panda Acrobats will be able to come up from San Francisco to perform at our Open House. The program will be held on the lst-Jrd grade at Jefferson School for 45 minutes beginning at 6:30 on July 16th. The Red Panda Acrobats will perform a variety of acts including juggling, Chi- nese yo-yo, balancing acts, magic, handstands, contortion- ist and unicyclist. We are asking $1 donation per person to help pay for the unique event and the entire community is invited. After the performance, the audience will be invited back into the summer school rooms to view work and enjoy refresh- ments. Fireworks Students were treated to a daylight fireworks show super- vised by fireman Ron Barney on July 3rd during our Mystery Assembly. Students learned about firework safety. A new law prohibits holding any kind of fireworks, even sparklers, in their hands. McGruff the Crime Dog vis- ited the assembly to help take a 'bite' out of crime. Hannah %he spy" Sutton brought in her Harriet the Spy book and video along with intriguing additions to her spy kit! Jake =Dr. Watson" Minton ably assisted Mrs.. Sherlock Plumley during the assembly. Jason =007" Siebenthall coor- dinated the =Riddle of the Day" Mystery Contest. At each Friday's assembly, correct re- sponses are drawn from the "Riddle Box" and small prizes awarded. Room 16 News The Magic School bus on the Ocean Floor has been the focus for students in Mrs. Malvesti's class. Students are exploring the "Mysteries of the Sea". Several students, Victor Medina, Freddy Torres, Carina Thomson, Lisabet Orozco, Rosita Ordaz, Llink Orozco and Tara Shafer are researching informa- tion for =reading work jobs" based on facts they find in sea life banks. Leopoldo and Maria Vasquez, Merissa McCluskey, April Tyrone, Ben Suarez and Chase Smith are continuing to master multiplication facts to 12. Room K-2 News In Mrs. Johnson's Pre-K and Kindergarten "Blues Clues" mys- tery classroom, Tuesday, July 1 was 'Blues Clues Day'. Mystery surprises were placed in paper bags with big question marks on them and handed out to each studenL The children were given clues throughout the day as to what was inside. There were many interested guesses but the mystery was solved by Joe King, Kyle Perez, Andrea Gonzalez, Robert Plante, Daniel Gasparo and Colby Johnson. Room K-2 students are creat- ing le Books". Children are given an unfinished sentence and they dictate the ending and draw a corresponding picture. Many children show off their artistic abilities such as Chayton Osmon who draws outstanding rocket ships! Sarah Martinez and Elizabeth Sancheg fill their pages with many different colors. Rachel Reynolds was especially proud of her drawing of her fa- vorite food, a bowl of Lucky Charms. Students also have their buddy classes, Mrs. Hetrick's and Mrs. Malvesti's students (4th-6th graders), come visit and read to the children daily. The kinder- garten children love to have older children read to them. The most exciting remark came from a couple of older students who said Amanda Mittelstadt and Jocelyn Hale insisted on reading the book to them! The children made 4th of July hats that sparked many creative minds. Emily Lyeth, Ricardo Osorio, Cindy Montoya, Eric Perez and Oscar Pulido were particularly proud as they marched around the circle show- ing offtheir final product! Of course, this project would not have been so successful if it wasn't for some fantastic aids such as Marie Guist, ElistTornay and Danielle Hunt. Aaron Redden knows how im- portant they are because he loves to give them lots of hugs. Speak- ing of hugs, Ginger Reinhardt is very well known for the nice hugs she gives to the aides and teacher! Bryan Tornay and Bianca Rodrigues were the first ones in the class to solve the riddle of the day! Way to got Finally, the most memorable day so far for the whole class was the first game of Duck, Duck, Goose. Malcom Kaisi learned that when you get chosen =Goose", you run around the circle, NOT the entire field. Af- ter finally falling to the ground and being tagged, his comment was "I ran out of breath. That's why he. caught me". The class hopes that Madelyn and Amanda Hale and Kena Ruiz are felling better and back to school soon. Computer access to sex registrant information Acting Sheriff Jim Piccinini today unveiled the Sheriffs De- partment's policy on public ac- cess to sex registrant information. Dubbed "Megan's Law  after the seven year old girl who was sexually assaulted and murdered by a newly re- leased sex offender in New Jer- sey, the information is available on a designated computer locat- ed in the Main Sheriff's Depart- ment at 600 Administration Drive, Room 103, Santa Rosa. Monday through Friday (holi- days except between the hours of I pm and 4 pm, citizens may come to the Sheriff's Department to query a database of California six registrants. Searches may be done by zip code or name. The registrants listed in the data base are serious and high risk. =High risk" is defined as =serious offenders who have been identified by he California De- pertinent of Justice as having a higher risk of re-offendinAg and may pose a greater danger to the public. "Serious sex offenders" are defined as being convicted of a felony sex offense or a misde- meaner child molestation. The third classification =other" are those convicted of a misdemean- or, not included in the afore- mentioned types, and are not releasable to the public. The sher- iff's department will be pro-ac- tively releasing information on all high risk registrants living in the unincorporated area of the county. Four =high risk" registrants and two hundred and seventy four =serious" registrants reside in the unincorporated area of the county. Acting Sheriff Picci- nini released photographs and information on the high risk reg- istrants. The computer is available for viewing by anyone who is at least 18 years of age and not a sex registrant. Each person wish- ing to view the data base must complete a ptate required form and present a driver's license or California identification Card. Access is limited to 15 minutes per person in a 24 hour period. Albany couple buys historic Thatcher Inn Marlena and Donald Sacca of Albany, N.Y. are new owners of the Thatcher Inn, a 20-room country inn with restaurant and bar located in Hopland. Pur- chase price is reported to be $1.5 million. The Inn was purchased from Ran Hooper of Burlingame. Marlena Sacca served as chef instructor at the Culinary Insti- tute of America in Albany. The couple will operate a gourmet restaurant at the site, the name to be announced later. Thatcher Inn is an historic landmark dating to the 1890's. You hold in your hand the camel's hair brush of a painter of Life. You stand before the vast white canvas of Time. The paints are your thoughts, emotions, and acts. ~WitPed Peterson I Consider carefully before you say a hard word to a man, but never let a chance to say a good one go by. 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To conceal their purpose, they referred to them u "water tanlm.- k Adverse In the Cloverdale Directory for just $12 a week* & get a story and a photo too} s IbCemmtm=m Immm NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARINGS OF THE CITY OF CLOVERDALE PLANNING COMMISSION AND CITY COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Planning Commis- sion and City Council of the City of CIoverdele will conduct separate public hearings on July 14, 1997 in the Council Chambers of City Hell, 124N. Cloverdele Blvd., Cloverdele, for the purpose of considering the "Clover Springs Planned Devopmant-. Tbe puUic hear- ing of the Planning Commis- sion will begin at5.130 p.m. and adjoum prior to 6:30 p.m. The public hearing of e City Coun- cil will begin at 7:00 p.m. The Planning Corn mis sion and City Council will consider the adop- tion of aDevelopment Agree- mtt for the 1 75 acre Clover Springs property, as now pre- sented by [:)el Webb Gelifomia Corporation. The project, and scope of the public hearing s, is desoribed helow: Clover Sorinas Planned D- velooment (Clover Sorings Parlershio. Aolicants and Landowr's: Considerat by the Planning Commission and City council of adopting a De- velopment Agreement for the 175 acre "Clover Springs planned Development'. The adoption of the Development Agreement is by ordinance. The DevelopmentAgreement sets forth terms as to the tim- ing, intensity and financial ar- rangements for the develop- ment of the Clover Springs projecThetP, as now revised from what was adopted by the City on Febru- ary 1, 1995, consists of ap- proximately 400 residential units. Lot sizes range from 5,000 to 9,000 sq. ft., with the majority of parcels sized at appro)dmamly 6,000 . ft The project is designed as an age- restricted or adult housing de- velopment, dedicated to indi- viduels of 55 years or older. The "Clover Springs Planned Development" also consists of a 1 9acre Recreation Center, preservation of the Moulton Winery, and creation of a linear c;reekside park e alon Porterfleld Creek. The project site is located in southwestern Cloverdale, west of the State Highway 101 Bypass, honting Cloverdale Blvd. and south of Foothill Blvd. Environmental Assessment: Addendum to Environmental Impact Report (EIR) cerbtied April 8, 1992. PLEASE BE ADVISED that the Planning Commission and City Council will conduct pub- lic hearings on each oOhe items . shown above. The Planning Commission will serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council, offering their com- ments in the form of recom- mendations. Project details, and any written comments are available for review at the City of Cloverdele Planning Depart- meat, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdele, California. Staff Reports for the bearings will be available the Friday before City Council meeting, All interested persons are in- vited to send written comment to the above address no later than the hearing dete 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 public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence deliv- ered tothe Planning Commis- sion at or prior to, the public hearing. Michele Winterbottom, City Clerk, City of Cloverdale #75 July 9, '97 FICllTIOUS mJSlNESS NAME STATEMENT RLE NO. S7260 Muches Grassaslocated at :1478 Oilv Rd.. in Sama Rosa. CA 96401. mailing =,dress, [bk], iS (are) heceby regt teml by the foaowlng ovmeqs): Jtery S. Alan, 1478 Oliwt Rd. Santa Resa, CA 954O1 This business is comld by:an Indi- vkluaL The regtrant commetad to trmacl business unlef the ficti0us name or  above o 6/13/97. Signed: Heldi Hermmk This statement was filed wllh the County Clerk of SONOMA County or=: June 13. 1907 I hereby ce,-tity that the foregoing k a COlDY of the oiginat statefl on  in my office. EEVE T. LEWLS, Con W Clerk, By .,W Carla Retnldng. SEAL #69 July 2, 9, 16, 23, `97 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 been filed by: Melanie Trupkiewicz in the Superior Court of Celifomia, County of Sonoma. THE PETITION requests that Melanie Trupkiewicz be ap- pointed as personal represen- tative to administer the estate ofthedecedent. THE PETITION requests that the decodents WlLLandcodi- cils, if any, be admitted to pro- bate. The will and any codicils are available for exam ination in the file kept by the court. THE PETITION requests au- thority to administer the estate under the I .rependent Admin- istration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, how- ever, the personal representa- tive will be required to give no- tice to interested persons un- less they have waived notice or consented to the proposed ac- tion.) The independent admin- istration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant eauthodty. A HEARING on the pebton will be held on July 22, 1997 at 8:45 A.M. in Dept: Annex Room, 18 located at 1450 Guemeville Road, Santa Rosa, CA. IF YOU OBJECTto the grant- ing of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court be- fore the hearing. Your appaar- anco may be in person or by yourattorney. 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 represen- tative appointed by the court within four months from the date of its first issuance of let- ters as provided in secon 9100 of the California Probate Code. The time for filing claims will not expire before four months from the hearing date noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a parson interested in the estate, you may file with the corta formal Request for Spe- cial Notice of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of es- tate assets or of any petition or account as provided in section 1250 of the Celifomia Probate Code. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petitioner: Thomas ReedSink Address: Campbell, Anderson, Cesay, Sinkand Johnson, P.O. Box 3305, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. This notice was mailed on 6/ 12/97 at Santa Rosa, CA. #63 June 25, July 2, 9, '97 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii BUStNFJ NMBE STA FILE NO, S724 The Travel Lady located M: 302 ImlDe- r Ddve, in Cloverdale, rr ad- drm,=mrne, is (am) hereby r0istred by the tofking owner(s): Sandca Jo Dectr. 302 lnl)odat Dr., Cioverd CA g6425. Thb tmsless Is conducted by:an Indk viuat. The tram ommanced to t bu unde the fictitious name or mur, es above o 6/25/97. Signed: Sandm Jo Deck This statement was filed with the County Clerk of' SONOMA Count/on: June 30. 17 I twe{:,y cor,y ,ha, the ago  a correct oo of the orinel stmemm- on file In my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Clerk, By/s/ Raul Reyneso. SEAL #73 July g, 16, 23,30 '97 ABANDONMENT oFI The following parson abandoned the use bumness name: 12 at 4986 Sonoma CA 95409. The fictitious to above was filed tember 30, 1996, Fite RonaJd E.R. Marinic, Creek ., Business was conducted E, R. Mannoc. Mariric This statement was County Cle of June 11, 1997 { hereby corti/y that thiS 0 reel copy o4 the file in my office. Eeve T. Lewis, Count By: C. Fanes, File No, 972232 #61 June 18, 25, Jury 2.{11 NAME RLE Mutt LX sp mailing address, hereby registered by owner(s) :Mu t Mark West Slxings CA 95404. This bsiness The buness name, s above on Apn{ 2 Signad: Andrea L. hey-in-Fact. This statement was County Ckk June 10, 1997. I her cert that t comet copy of on file in my offK:e, EEVE T. LEWIS. Paul Reynoso. SEAL #64 June 18, 25, Jut RUE NO. ARC. source Cr&f in Windsor, CA 9,5492. dross, oak]. is (are) Davi0 Cohen, 2204 Silk CA 95492 vidu. The registrant buluness under the name above on NA. Signed: Julian Cohen This statement was County CkK June 09. 1997 I hereby cert that the correct co of on file in my offlca. ( EEVE T. LEWIS, County Cada Reinldng. SEAL a65, June 25, July 2, g. RUE NO. Bay Area Devekp,meS ' r.*-.=ad at: 1801 Suite 300 94S06, mating (axe) hereby ewr, or(s): Say Devek)pmant Company, BhL,#300 fomia Corporation. buess und the names above on May, Signed: James R. Director This was County June 2. 1997  hor eer correa cq on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, C. Reirng. SEAL . #62 June 18, 25, July 2.. ' RLE Fire and t ing, in CIordaJe dress, {tavN, is (are) toted by the following Doatd Bornler, 31 Cloverda, CA 95425 viduaL The names above on 7/1FJ7. This statement was County Clerk July 1, 1997 boreby ceny that t' correct copy of on file in my offe. EEVE Raut Reynoso. SEAL .AT 174 July 9, 16, 23, 30, ' OOOeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOeOOooooeoq For ad rates on display, classified, & classified display advertising call 894-3339 today,! Let them know you're out there!