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Page 8, Cioverdale Reveille, July 16, 1997 New School Superintendent Mystery Dr. Mike Carey, new CUSD Superintendent entertained an enthusiastic crowd of Summer School students during last Fri- day&apos;s weekly mystery assembly. He brought a variety of clues about himself and the things that he likes to do. He was introduced to the musical strains of=Secret Agent Man" and he came dressed appropriately as Chief Detective. His surprise assistant was a life- sized gorilla (thanks, Jason Sie- benthall!). This was a special way to introduce Dr. Carey to many of the Cloverdale students. They were delighted to meet him and enjoyed his sense of humor. Room 20 News Exciting things are happen- ing at Jefferson Elementary School this summer. The stu- dents entering kindergarten in the fall have the opportunity to make new friends and enjoy fun activities that challenge them in many ways. It is a time to learn how to follow directions and un- derstand when it is time to play and when it is time to listen and participate in writing the alpha- bet or their name. Marcus Dies, Vincent Cordo- va and Juan Garcia all enjoy being helpers in class. Semen- the Green and Colton Townsend are two of our many dancers who really have rhythm. Yvette Tetras, Austin Wilson, Breyko Trevizo and Brad Betschart have learned how to write their names and are very proud of their pen- manship. Shelby Wiget, Brett Stuber and Tiffany Dotterer bring in won- derful things for sharing. Tony Chavez can paint beautiful pic- tures and Darla Gomez, Yesenia Barragan, Jennifer Hernandez andTimmy Ireland create splen- did play dough figures. Shaving cream finger paint- ing was enjoyed by Theresa Sha- fer and Christina Gonzalez. Eduardo Figueroa, Eduardo Gonzalez and Dominic Thibault experiment with the many mag- net games while Kyle Schmidt and Colby Johnson kick a mean soccer ball on the playground at recess. Each child has a gift to share, they welcome each new activity as a fun learning tool that will benefit them as they enter school next fall as confi- dent young students ready to try anything new. 7th and 8th Mystery Summer Academy It's Summer School time once again and for 7th and 8th grad- ers, Mr. Seymour is teaching "Project X-Files" in room 21 at Cloverdale High School. To help make the class more fun and =tuned-in  to current events, their theme centers around mys- teries dealing with outer space including: Extraterrestrial Life, UFO's, Alien Encounters, Ab- ductions, Black Holes, Crop Cir- cles and all things Astronomical! Some students are even looking into such enigmas as the Bar- muda Triangle and psychic abil- ity. The class will culminate with the students' research papers being completed by the last week of school, which wraps up on July 18. Janea Dotterer and James Anderson are doing their research projects on abductions. Laura Roberts and Shannon McCoy have been working on gatheringauthentic information about the Bermuda Triangle, who has been challenging to say the least. Nick Tognozzi has de- cided to confront the question of aliens. Angel Orozco, Marco Figueroa, Moises Dies and Joel Jimenez have made really good progress on collecting data and organiz- ing our Solar System and the planets. Other fine work and class contributions have been made by Keith Hurst, Tavis McLaughlin and Stacie Stinson. Our class also enjoys a PE period of either softball, soccer or "touch  football! (You know how 7th and 8th graders vent their abundant energy!) Steven Mill- er, Billy Eddy, Josh Nelson and Rob Williams have all displayed athletic prowess on the field. A Tasteful WdYTo Travel NAPS--The secret of a great vacati,o is not always where you Re, hut with wheal Herds a rare opportunity to meet what ceuld be two of the sweetest guys io the world Ice cream gm-us I}cn aud JerLw 'wi}l share their wit and socially responsible business philosophy aboard a Mediterranean cruise with Windstar Crui,s. A cool Cruise to choose may be one where Ice cream is a star attracUon. Ben tCohen) and Jerry (Greenfield) join the October 30 sailing of the 148-passenger sail- cruise ship Wind Spirit from Monte Carlo to Lisbon, Ports of call on the ten-day cruise include St. Tropez, France; Barcelona, Fermenters, Ibiza, Malaga, and Puerto Baous, Spain; Gibraltar; and i,Lcbon, Portngal. Aboard the ship to talk about haw they established a $160 mil- lion waltZes-led company sod to head up the ice erea,n social com- mittee, the wacky pair alsu plans to introduce a =Windstar" flavor during the trip. Resisting several suggestions, Jerry says, =We haven't figured out what the flavor wilt be yet, but trust me, it will be fun and fitting to the erui Just leave the ice cream R and D to us." For cruise fares and more infor- mation, see a travel agent or call Windstar Cruises at 800-258-7245. Visit the company's home page at httpd/www.windsta,vruises.cond IDid You Know?! (NAPS)--Your eyewear may not Ix, prntecting you from harmful ultraviolet-B iUVB} and ultravio- Imaginations are running wild at Mystery Summer School. Pictured, from left, student office assistant Jason Siebenthall with McGruff the crime dog, Principal Mrs. Claudia "Sherlock Holmes" PIumley and Hannah Sutton, alias, "Harrist the Spy". ..c. -... .......... . ..... , " "".'.'>. ' "':'": ..... :-<-"'.$':i" ".z:::::: " .t ..`.`..`.`:.::.:::.%.:.:!.`..:.$.:.::.:.:$::::.:!::.$i:.:i:i.i::$:::`.i$$:!::::i:i: .. 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Most of the boats going out Of Lake Sonoma the gate have been going 12-15 miles south of Seal rock to suc- cessfully mooch for salmon. A few boats have fished near Dux- sbury and Rocky Point beth troll- ing and mooching, reporting limits and near limits of general- ly big fish. Half Moon bay is still report- ing easy limits but big crowds. In most cases the fish have been 20- 40 feet down anywhere from 200 yards off shore to three miles out. The limit is two king salmon 24  or better above Point Reyes, the frst two King Salmon caught below Point Reyes. Please check the current regulations for ever changing salmon regulations. The season is closed north of Point Arena until August 1st. Halibut fishing has been fair to good in the San Francisco Bay. Most party boat trips have been drifting live bait and pick- ins up both stripers and halibut in the same trip (known as a potluck trip). The striper fishing There has been an early morn- ing topwater bite in the no-wake zones in both lake arms. The action then switches to rubber worms and grubs fished in 12- 20' of water. Popular colors in- clude black, red shad and pumpkinseed with a chartreuse tip. There has not been an active spinnerbait bite. Catfishing has been fair in the evenings. There have been no reports from trout trollers. Clear Lake There has been a topwater bite in the morning and evening. Most are throwing buzz-baits, Pop-R's, and Zara Spooks. When the weather heats up, most switch to grubs thrown around and under docks. The best colors have been pumpkinseed and crawdad.The Catfishing action continues to be very good around the lake. ' Lake Mendocino The Striper fishing has been fair for those using topwater lures when the shad are "boil- ing  on the surface. Most use Zara Spook lures, Rapalas, or striper jigs during these times. Other methods include using li, ,e shad under a bobber antl si  - ing anchovies. The most popular areas have been at the north end of the lake and in the channel. Another good area is off of the dam. The evenings have been best. Upper Blue Lake Fishing at Upper Blue Lake has been fair. Bank fishermen have been using powerbait, worms, and salmon eggs with marshmallows. Trollers have been using flashers and a worm trolling 10-20' down. Lake Pillsbury The trout fishinghas been gen- erally good for those trolling. Most are using a large set of flashers with a worm trailer. Squaw-fish have been caught by trollers not fishing deep enough for trout. The dirt road to Pills- bury is in generally good condi- tion for those towing boat trailers. Trout Plants The East fork of the Russian River was planted last week. No local waters are scheduled for planting of rout this week. 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Cal Transitions Optical at 1-800- 848-1506 for more information a/out the lends, or visit TOI at htt pd!www.toi.com. Following the popular theory that you can never have too many g(xod recipes for chicken, the peo- ple from Pillsbury have created Pillsbury: Best Chicken (kbooh: Favorite Recipes front America's Most-Trusted Kitehens (Clarkson Potter. $19,95). To honor outstanding small-town leaders, WaI-Mart md the National Center for Small Communities (NCSC) are presenting the fourth annual American ltometown ladership Awards prrnm. Bounce dryer sheets are an inexpensive way to freshen your dresser drawer, a musty attic or anyplace you want to add a fresh seent. TINGS I0 SBI) FOR J INAPS)--For a free guide on patio doors and windows, call I- 800-2BE-HURl), ext. 200. For information on a natirmwide niceness survey, see Hallmark's Web site at www.hallmark.com. For information on People's tank credit cards, call 1-800-426- 114. 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 Cloverdalo will conduct separate public hearings on July 23, 1997 in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Bivd, Cloverdale, for the purpose of considering the "Clover Springs Planned Development. The public hear- ing of the Planning Commis- sion will begin at 5.1)0 p. rn. and adjoum prior to 6:30 pm. The public hearing of the City Coun- cil will begin at 7:00 p.m. The Planning Commission and City Council will consider the adop- tion of aPrecbe Development Plan for Phase I of the 175 acre Clover Springs properly, as now presented by Del Web California Corporation. The project, and scope of the pub- lic hearings, is described be- low: Clover Sorings. Precise De- vekx)nmt Plan lot Phase I tDel Webb Comorillon./Imoricant: Clover Sorinos Parlnershi 0. by the Planning Commission and City Council of adopting a pre- cise Development Plan or phase I ofthe 175 acre "Clover Springs Planned Develop- ment'. The Precise Develop- ment Plan or Phase I shows the configuration of 174 par- cels, location and design of all residential units, landscaping, the Recreation center and all public improvements proposed for the 48 acre area. Parcel sizes range from 4,500 sq. ft. to 12,300 sq. ft with the major- ity of lots sized at 6,000 sq ft The project is designed as an age-restricted or adult housing development, dedicated to in- dividuals of 55 years or older. The project site is located in southwestern Cloverdale, west of the State Highway 101 By- pass, fronting Cioverdale Blvd. and .south of Foothill Blvd. En- vironmental Assessment: Ad- dendum to Environmental Im- pact Report (EIR) certified July 2, 1997. PLEASE BE ADVISED that the Planning Commission and City Council will conduct pub- lic hesrings on each of tbe items shown above The Planning Commission will serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council, offering their corn- ments in the form of recom- mendations. Project details, and any writlen comments are avmlable for review at the City oP/ningDepert- ment, 124N Cl0verdaleBlvd, Cloverdale, Califomia. Staff Reports for the hearings will be available the Friday before the City Council meeting. All interested parsons are in- vited to send writto comments to the above address no later mn the hasting dlate =xi/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 writt correspondence deriv- ered to the Planning Commis- sion at or prior to, the public hea. Tracy Spancer, Deputy Michele Winterbottom, City Clerk, City of Cloverdale #79 July 16 '97 ii!ii ili!iiiiiii!ili00iiiii00iiiiiiiiiii ,  l: 6 --: . TY ff MAY B SQLD AT A PUB. SALE F 4K EED  EXPLN3 F TE NATURE OF 7HE AGNNST YCK/. YOU SHOUt.D CNTACT A LAWYER  050R7  11:30 lm l=wle Fm= cmmmm as Trmme d 1he DIM  TI1m remmW 121W as SUMMONS-FAMILY LAW NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: WADE ROBINSON YOU ARE BEING SUED. PETITIONER'S NAME IS: BARBARA BEUSLE CASE NUMBER: 972310 You here30 CALENDARdays after this Summons and Peti- fion ara served on you to file a Response (form 1282) at the court and serve a copy on the petitioner. A letterer phone call will not protect you. If you do not file your Response on time, the court may make orders affecting your marriage, your property, and custody of your chUdren. You may be or- dared to pay support and attor- ney fees and costs. If you cannot pay the firing fee, ask the dark for a fee waiver lorm If you want legal advice, con- tact alawyer immediately. NOTICE: The restraining or- ders on the back are effect/ve against bcth husband and wife un e peon is dsmissed, a judgement is entered, or be court makes furger orders. These orders are enforceable anywhere in California by any law enforcement officer who has reeivedor seen a copy of I. The name and address of the court is: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, 600 ADMINISTRATION DRIVE, P.O. BOX 11187, SANTA ROSA, CA 95406. 23ha name, addmss, and tek phone number of pedtioner's attorney, or petitioner without an attorney, is: BARBARA BELISLE, 240 COURT- YARDS EAST, WINDSOR, CA 95492. (707)838-3813. Date: May 22, 1997 Clerk, by GREG ABEL S. WALKER, Deputy NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: You are served as an individual #80 July 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, '97 RCTITIOUS BUSlI4ES8 NAME STA RLE NO. 972512 Chmeau Sab Ridge, Domaine Sable Ige. Sab P,0e, SaUe .e CeJ- S/i Rke Co.. Si Ridge Company. Sae Ridge Estata, rkBe Est--, Sable Ridge Ommud, ,Sable Rge VyIA SiY, e RKIe Vineyas. Sable Ridge Wine. Sie Ridge Wirm, SalVe Ridge Wine CI- ira, Sable Ridge Wine Co, Sable Ridge Wine Company,  Rie Vineyards & Wmory,  Ridge Win- wy  Vtney=rd=. Sab Rk W- eq, Sable Ridge Vineyard Manage- rmmt. Sable Ridge Vineyard Manage- mere Company. ided el: 6320 Roed, in Santa Rosa, CA 404, mlng edema. PO Box Sag. Kemwod, CA g64.f, Is (me) hereby reftr by the fol0ng owns(s): Chark R. Baw. Jr.,320  ' Road, Santa  CA 95404; M=/ Ann Batr. 6320 Jarnio Road, Santa Ras CA 95404. This businass is conducSed by:In Ili- vk:luaJ-Hutdind and Wife. The regi=tmnt commenced to t bu-lneas under the ftctitkms name Or nama above on April 29, 1997. Signal: Cherkm R. Bert, JrJMIT Ann Ban This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA County on: ts,/3, lm7.  tin.by ny tim me tomgog  a comK cow of the Oritl st=nen= on file te my ofltot EEVE T. LEWIS, County Ci'k, By// C. Fattm SEAL 67"/July 16. 23, 30, Aug. 6. 'g7 I 00ii;il NAME STAllEMENT Fii.E NO. 171471 F and ioe Heln9 s Ak - ing.inced 1:223 S. Ciovwda 61Yd.. in Cioveal CA 96425.  ad- [tamN. i (=e) her=by  D(md Bend, 31  Circle, Clovwdle0 CA 25 Thle buCmm is conduced by: m indt- vki. The mgleffat commmd to t l:linB undor the tkl  or namas above on 7/1/97. .1ed: David D. Bornlor This statement was filed with the Coumy Clerk of SONOMA County o: July 1,  g7 t heceby certl/y thl the foregoing is a co,re= o0y of the originl =timr on rite in my oflioe. EEVE T. LEWIS. County Ciod By/I.'  tm=.otm0as m= - ige - Pats Paynmm. SEN. - In file C  Sw=ma C/lml WI #74 July 9, 16. 23, 30, '97 der for cmh, cmhi ofm:k er emllil ChEK  a cMckdr byacndt ,av ass=at or a ,av te, -- "" -" t.l:iii00i!i!iiiieii!00i?i!iiii!!ili;!;!iiil000000 mmmmon km s' m#ammm RWIIO  0dye, Smta R0 CA/I M, 61i ancl NAME STATEMENT Intwes  Io Incl haw hld bY 6 RL.E NO. 672S74 undor the Oasd af Trul irl me Proporlv desdad i  O0t.e= Otll Mlodno Hill Vintner. Mi ./=as  Dlez AI Nwlas L Vlney&rds, Mendohlll Winery, Dt. TheitWdmmmdem- Imdehil Vintner, Rio IJwo Vlnt- moa mgm W en, d  ml lmp sem, I/4ndon P Wm/ ed erly dascdMd above is  i i: 16107 Heldsburg Avenue. in  12 TIrmm DrN CImd/ CA 11m mi. c , m- /i mliw d dm,,-,Mm,le (am) ht ml Adveruso in the  m =er = =. CIoverdale Directory Mnl. Inc.. 16107 I gv- for just $12 a week* ===rt=r,=qmm=r u H=d=b, Ca Se.  III1 imm= = Thid buCn=io0lu=ed by:aClt- & get a story and  = w b .ap i- omiC, oe=tm ace  Ihe net,s) ascurM IN 6re Del The registr commmced to t rammc a photo tool = w..t . -   ,. nMi(f ilv lh.  6e tams  tmw th tktiot natr Or = u,=, c,,a,,m mmm,m e# 6re Druid =r Tna tmL chmlm =m rmmm steve on N/& ' ' exlxmm= ( tm   tm Imed Slgsed: Rk:tm N. Shendn. Pem the $ puldcaSm d tNs $ 6 "[hi= atement wm filed ldlh the  :: : m   I Ied d 11 Jtme 23, 197 vl le = i R I hereby oerl#y thm the kxegetng i a Tm Schrmdt Fom=mm oarretomfoftheod@.dmmmont OIk- 1540 Iw I:d( Ddm Sul 214, on file In m# offk:e.  CA 5-4e0 (m6) EEVlET. LEWlS, COuntyCWk. ByU f--  m1422, i J.l =t tm7 As=2rau C. P,,I. SFJU- AVON 7/16. 7r3, 7/30 '' --Jub/ .6, '97 CALLING 894-3559 Bonnie Goodman FICTITIOUS RLE The Travel Lady located r Ddve, m Cloveale, dress.same, is by the tolowing owner(s): Deckw, 3Q ImpeiaJ Dr.. t CA 95425. This vi0u=. buines names alxe on 6/25/g7. Signed: Sara Jo Ded This was Coumy C June 30. 1997 hery cay t= corre copy on file in my offce. EEVE T. LEWIS Paul Paynoo. SEAL #'/3 July 9, 16, 23.30 7 RCTmOOs NAME RUE NO. eTll Rd., in Santa Roa tared b B. Alln, CA 95401. The mistrant cor t budne, unde the tmral abo on 6/13P37. Sled: Hidi Hemstak This statement was County June 13, 1997 t he r.W nen carte copy of the on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Car Relnldng. SEAL 169 July 2, 9, 16, 23, '97 NAME RUE ARC. ARC Design, urca Craft in Wind, or. CA 954g . [t#ank]. is (are) temd by the foinwin David Cohen. 2204 Silk CA 954g This business is conduCt viduaL The re@trant omme buine /,ore on N/A. Sied: Julian Coh(m This statement Count) June , 1997 i heeby can@ that tt k correct copy of on file in my afire. EEVE T. LEWIS Caft ReinkJng. SEAL #65. June 25, July FILE 3 /Imn SL mtw edd, I042, Santa Rosa, CA 95404, WW/ParCh, This vioul. Then buCnas= nam io on - Signed: Wes Parish Thk| statement was County 6/2(17 I horeby cetlfy thl ffl orre mR on fib tn my of Sce. EEVE T. LEWlS, Cad= Pa#ddN. SEAL #76 July 9, 16. 23, 30, Cheese Fitory,  H Ro=a, in t,==y retama W omit=): Lry K. I- Rd.. t=Um=, vldul. Imgsm nms ve on NK Signed: Lany K. pr This statemsrfl was Cot. Jdy2, lg7 I carmel op on Ne In m,/off,m. EEVE T. LE'WIS 670 July 16. , (1) Mendodno Hi Mendodvo 16107 burg. CA F'u448, i (am) hemW i 16107 H buq, CA 1644& buas= on Corny I or on  in my . EE T LEWIS C. RSti. SEAL .I #1 July 16. 23, 30, ur REPORT GRAFFITI VANDALISM ON THE GRAFFITI HOTLINE 894-1755