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Page 8, Cloverdale Rovellle, August 20, 1997 ::::::: Y.i ::.::::::::::::Y',q'.\\; Salhvater Salmon fishing is still some- what slow along the coast, de- pending upon where you are and how deep you go. The salmon tend to be deeper right now due to the warmer waters. The cur- rent range of depth that seems to be working is from 60'-120'. People trolling at 3ff-50' are com- ing up empty handed. By .using a heavy weight and a small flash- er with a salmon Riller attached, your luck should change. San Franciso is averaging one fish per rod on trips north of the Golden Gate along the Marin Coast. The average weight has been about 25 lbs. Fort Bragg= salmon fishing is good if you are most people are using a shrimp fly rigte land these fish. Halibut is still good in San Francisco but is even better in Tomales. The bite seems to increase when the tide is coming in. DriPdng an- chovies is still the most produc- tive way to go. Lake Sonoma The early morning top water bite reported last week has got- ten better due to a slight drop in water temperature. Bass that have been landed have had craw- dads in their bellies. You might want to pull out those Rebel Claws and give them a try. Black worm s worked out from the bank are still productive. The catfish bite is good at night but very deep (over 60') and very slow you are above 60'. There have been some 30 lb class salmon caught at 90' to 120'just outside ofNoyo. Bodega Bay has slowed down to a trick- le. Not much excitement for salm- on. On the other hand Fort Bragg, Bodega and San Fran- cisco are all reporting that rock and ling cod are hot. Right now if slow in the morning and throughout the day. lake Mendocino Fishing has still been fairly slow. Hopefully things will pick up as the weather cools down. C/ear Lake The fishing on this lake is very good right now. The early morn- ing hours are the best times to go bass angling. Itslows down after 10 or 11 but picks back up agairt by evening. Mornings are by far the best. Most of the catfish ac- tion is still during the night. Garlic-chicken liver seems to be the most productive bait. Lake Pillsbury Pretty much the same as last week. Early morning trout fish- ing is good right now, but bass is all around slow. Trollers are at 40'. Wedding rings seem the most productive. Clamath River Very good for rainbow trout from the I-5 bridge to Irongate. Recommended bait would be small spinners, Mepps, Pan- thers, Martins, Blue Fox, or a good old fashioned .Aght crawl- er. Blue lakes Very slow. Sometime this week this lake will be planted which should increase your chances of some action. Trolling and bank fishing should be very good. Trout Plant Blue Lake is scheduled for planting this week. . >. . .::: . . ....:  .::.::.::::! ..i Monday, August 11 ofgrass,brushandtreesburned. Assisted stuck motorhome at Cause suspicious. Cloverdale 300 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Fire assisted by CDF, Geyser- Tuesday, August 12 ville, and Healdsburg. Mobile Medical aid on West First home at top of hill saved by fire- Street. Male subject fell and cut fighters. his head. No transport. Wednesday, August 13 Grass fire reported at High- way 101 at Citrus Fair Drive. Small spot--cause undetermined. Grass fire reported at Asti Road and Theresa Dr. Small spot-- cause undetermined. Smoke check performed at West Second St. Turned out to be a BBQ at the City Park. Chip pile fire at Redwood Em- pire at Preston. Thursday, August 14 Odor investigation at Mar- guerite Lane--source was a dry- er. Smoke check performed at Asti Read--smoke determined to be from grass fires on Dry Creek Read. Smoke check performed on Church Lane--determined to be a burn barrel. Friday, August 15 Extinguished grass fire at Asti Cloverdale firefighters extin- guished grass fire at Levee Read near All Coast Lumber. 1/3 acre burned. Cause suspicious. As- sisted by CDF. Conducted medicaltrainingfor Neighborhood Response Team. Saturdays August 16 Report of an airplane down-- Highway 101 at Zanzi Lane. In- cident was actually at 101 Comminsky Station Road. No injuries. Propane leak inside vehicle at Clover Market. Smoke check performed at McCray Road. Trash found smouldering. .... Sunday, August 17 Smoke check performed at Highway 128. Found illegal burn barrel. Smell of natural gas at North Main Street. Nothing found. Monday, August 18 Vehicle accident reported at Read and Kelly Road--four acres Hwy. 128. No injuries. [ii!ii!i!iiiiiiiii!!i00iii!i!i00ii!ii00iil NOTICE OF TRU$ "EE'$ SALE Title Order No. 7500921 Tmst Sale No. 97-51680 Ref erere No. 53439862F AF'N bk 116-100 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UND R A DEED OF TI UST DATED MAY 19, 1994 UNLE ;$ YOTAKE AC= ION TO PROTECT YOU-PROPE ,TY. !T.MA.'.B_  ..D AT P II IF Y t : E ' YOU YOU SHOULD CONTAC A LAWYER. /ui-- FKA Pro "ioa Foedos Cor- poao as  du appeared. .rus pndq_=.._Bsu- mt to Deed of TfusLmco  on bav , J4 Document No, 94-0067468 of  Iial Iin te O- fee of Ie Recude o( Soaoma Cout. C,aomig exe- outed : Ichl S. Gilbed, a married ram, as. Tmstor Allied kA.Feederal " BIDDER FOR CASH (gayab al lime of sale in mosey of the United Stat..by cash, a c,shs drasd I a state or national Ink, acheck 0wn ova state or%derai credit ur,oo, or a check drawn by a slate Fmanoa Loe ano aumonzeo  oo ousmess m m=s sty). At: At e AdminisUa De trance t the onvnistratio. Buildir at 575 Adminlralion Drive, tthemin:  more fury i/ascd0ed in the Ded of s og.ress I .ofh..  i., , depig. ' naton, if any, shown he, Sak:l sale .will b m, but ft covenant or wawanW, eXlmS or mtmeo. r3mam pnncva sum of e nodal sec. by'' ueeq c mst viith interest Ihere0.as ovided msaid flu=. '  I1 , -tet $168,079.87 EsSmated. Acchm retest md ad ditional adva'o if any, vnU increas t'ds ixior to ' unde sad Deed of Trust heo exe- cuted and delied o Ue unde0ned a wren uecm- r'4i0 of Default and 0emand for e end a vaiea No- of DePart and Election to S.' The phone Nu (714) 432-7715 F.xt 270 F 1714) 432-1221 Han Hmh. Trustee SMe Of Scer  Blue Cross of California Authorized Agent $40 Copay Plan Call 894-9660  2/15/97 Age sk, StlbKNmt Suiaibe Family ,Sul0gibe 19-29 27 54 49 94 67 30-39 42 69 64 110 73 40-49 68 110 90 147 95 50-59 113 181 135 210 137 60-64 135 223 145 244 156 C00araTne 128 N CIoverdale Bird - Cloverdale CA 95425 - License# 0695864 WEATHER AUG. 11 Hi: 90 Lo:52 AUG. 12 Hi: 96 Lo:52 AUG. 13 Hi: 88 Lo:65 AUG. 14 Hi: 90 LO: 65 AUG. 15 Hi: 90 Lo: 62 AUG. 16 Hi: 84 Lo:58 AUG. 17 Hi: 80 Lo:59 SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHERGLOSS PAINT JOSS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE, 985 Heeldsburg Ave. Neeldsburg 433"2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domutic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood I.hf.-Geye,ville GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 ,, , ,,| Solem's New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Selll Competitive Prices 25 North St. l Hnldsburg I FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS Avoiding Nightmares NAPS--Avoiding roof prob- lems can save you from costly dam- age, skyrocketing enerKv ts. and an unattractive home exterior. -,--.  -"  ,, - ' ,, , "-7-': , A deteriorated roof not onl detracts from a home's appeer- ane, but can damage Its interior. Use this simple checklist t. help identify early signs of potential trouble: Loose or missing roof shingles. Stains on interior or attic walls. Shingles curled around the edge. (?racked, buckled or blistering shingles. Gutters full of granules from shingles. Roof flashing that shows wear. If you checked one or more of these signs, your roof may need replacing. A deteriorated roof not o.nly detracts from a home's appearance, I,u! can damage its interior, a.d drive up heating and cooling costs. Roof ventilation is part of GAF Materials Corporation's five-purr Weather Beater" roofing system. Each component works together to provide lasting protection for the home and its occupants, Other ele- ments iuclude "ClaPq A" fire-resis- tant shingles, a leak harrier, a nff deck protector, and a protective and attractive hip and ridge cap, Free Brochure Fn a f,x,e brochare o,, .h.cting a roofing system, write to: t;AF. Dept. ,Safe Choice, 1361 Alps Raad. Wayne, NJ 07470. What You Can  See On Your ltands Can Hurt You! (NAPS)--Summer is the time of the year when foodhorne illness is at its bigheaL One of the most important ways Is avoid problems is to keep hands clean. Raw meat, poultry and egg products may conlain harmful bncteria that can I, transferred by dirty ha,,da to ready-to-eat food That's why hands should be washed at every step of food preparation and before eating to.,, prevent |llness. It's also important to wash hands: ARer going to the bathroom or changing a diaper; Alter handling garbage; After tending to a sick persm); Afterblowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. How hands are washed is as important as when they are washed. Just rinsing them is not enough. Uso warm running water. Waah all hand surfaces thoroughly with soap, including wrists, palma, back of hands, and under finger- nails. Rub hands to.ther for at least 10-15 seconds. When drying hands, begin with your wrists and work towards your hands and fin- ger tip. Pat your skin to avoid chapping and cracking. Remember, washing your hands often and correctly goes "hand-in-hand" with food safety. For more information about food safety, call the USDA's nationwide, toll-free Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-80535-4555. Electric Vehicle Drivers Get Free Chargin (NAPS)--Drivers of electric vehicles who shop or dine in downtown Portland, Oregon. can park at one of the charging sta- tions in the clty-owned parking garage and get their vehicles charged for free. Support from the Oregon Since of Energy and the U.S. Department of Energy has made these facilities available to encourage the use of alternative vehicles. Solar electric panels, known as photovoltaics {PV), are becoming more common. Three new auto- mated PV manufacturing plants were opened i n the U.S. in 1996 and another six manufacturers will open new automated facilities in 1997, marking the largest growth spurt in industry history. While more than 70 percent of U.S,-manufactured photovoltaics is exported to developing coun- tries to charge batteries, provide lighting, pump water and meet other needs, the U.S. market is opening up due to electric utility deregulation. To find out more about projects like these, call DOE's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Customer Service Center at 800- 363-3732. or write the Solar Energy Research and Education Foundation, P.O. Boa 1036, Washington, D.C. 20013. Cuba Is the home of the small- CITY OF CLOVERDALi NOTICE OF VACANCY ON THE AIRPORT ADVISORY COMMITTEE The City Council of the City of Cloverdale is seeking applica- tions to fill five (5) positions on the newly formedAirpert Advi- sory Committee. The Committee cons/sts of five members, to be appointed by the City Council. The mem- bers of the Committee shall be residents of the City of Clever- dale or its environs and/or be an active user of the Clover- dale Airport The term of office shall be four years, or until a successor is appointed. Va- cancies shall be filled by the City Council. The Committee shall be re- sponsible for providing notice of all pendirg meetings in keep ing with Government Code Section 54950 et seq. In addi- tion to adhering to the'pesting requirements of State Law, the Committee shail ensure a moet- ing notice is posted at City Hall and meeting notice is provided to the City Clerk. The.Commit- tee shall adopt its own rules of procedures for the condu of its business. The Committee will also be required by State Law to file FPPC-Conflict of Interest forms with the City Clerk of the City of Clovardale. This Committee shall act as an Advisory Committse to the City Council on matters specific to emAirport. The period for filing is open until Wednesday, September 3, 1997. Interviews before the Councilwig be conducted dur- ing the regular Council meet- ing on September 10, 1997 at approximately 6:30 p.m. Any person interested in ap- pointment should contact the City Clerk The applications will be provided to those inter- eared in the positions. All let- ters of intent should be sent or brought to City Hail, c/o City Clerk 124 N Cloverdale Bird, Cloverdale CA 95425. Any question on the purpose and scope of the Airport Commit- tee may be directed to City Manager Bob Perrault or As- sistant City Manager Carol Giovannatto at894-2521 Dated: August 14, 1997 Michele P Winted>ottom, CMC/ AAE City Clerk #106 Aug. 20, .97 [ :i:::ii:!ii!::?:: :!::i:::i :--- :r',w..-, : . i: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::i ii!ii] BUNFJ$ N&ME STATEMENT FILE NO. 0720 Chateau Hutchinson. Domains I-tut=hlmm I-lut=Nmm Hutcum Huna Co.. ,Rutchnm Comlanv,, Hutch'rosen Orchal. Hutchlncon /meyard, H utchmon Ve- yat. Hutchinson W'me. Hutddron Wine=. Hutchinson Wine Cellm, Hutchinson Wine CO., Hutchirmon we.  win, am flney, Huchinson Wtmm/& V'ms- yard=. Hutcm, on . Hutctm==n a. ,au Amom. Doma Amphora Co. Arab, ors Company. Amora Orchard. Amphora Vktwa, Amlo Vineyards, Amphora Wine. Amphora Wlnco. Amphora  C4d- ompmy. Ampta W-s * n- cry, Anha n/ S Vineyard=, Amphora Winery, Angora Estates, located at: 5:,0 We D Creek Road in P,I, CA 44S, ming mdrs, swm. m (am) heroy m- by the  mmeqs): Rick D. Hutchlrmm, rto w. Dry Creek Road. Helad=l=. CA 4& l"h tmsiness t= conduct by:an Indi- vidual. The tl'lt om to t tmMmms tmd the ftotitious acres o narrm above on June 16. 1997. Sign,: R D. Humon This statmnt was fitd with the County Cw#. of SONOMA Cnty on: I hery cetlly th the Ismgotng I a cc cqW of the orll surrm on flis I my offk EEVE T. LEWIS, County Clerk. By/I,' Carla Ildn o. SEAL #10Aug. 20,27. Se. 3. 10 '97 :i,ii::: it!i::t!   :,::!i?iiiii?;i?ii!:ii;i TY OF CLOVERDALE NOTICEOF VACANCY ON THE PI.ANNING COMMISSION The City Council of the City of Cloverdaie i$ meldng appa- lions to fill one ( 1)expired post- lion on the Planning Commis- sion. This term will expire Jun 2002. The Commission consists of five members, and one Alto- am, to be appointed by the Mayorwith the approval oflhe City Coundl. Itis the policy of the city to allow at any time, no more than one non-resident commissioner who. in any event, must reside at a place no more than five miles from City Hall. The period for filing is open until Wednesday, September 3, 1997. Intarvlews before the Councilwill be conducteddur- ing the regular Council meet- ing on September 10, 1997 at approximataly 6:30 p.m. Any person interested in ap- pointment should contact the City Clerk. The applications wi, be provided to Same interesmd in the positions. All letters of inter stmuldbe mot or brought to City Hall, c/o City Clerk or Planning Director, 124 N. CIo- verdaie Bvd., Cloverdale CA 95425. Any questions on the  and soopeof the Plan- ning Commission may be di- rected tO the Ptanning Direc- tor, Joe Heckal at 894-1701 or the City Clerk at 894-2521. Dated:August 14, 1997 Miche P Winterbottom CMC/AAE City Clerk #107 Aug. 20, '97 Notce o Tmstee'$ Sale: Three Sale Nunt. 21553-F You are In defaull under a deed ol trust d 022,93. Un you take ac to proct y0w pmpe, it may be s0 at a puMc sac. ff y need a exptatatm o( e nalure of coetacl a rawest. 0n zlHr/al I.- Pl m0meys Eq=/ Naona (Trustee), 23721 B Dd, lake F Ca 92630 (714}707-5640 as e dob, app,'ed T under zxl prmant to ee Deed of Trust mcoled 03 ss Documd 1993-Q02702 ot Off Re In 1 O1 EJcut r/unc Dm and Camm lYa husbana ana we, 1 1 a ptk a0 Io t' IWhest bMer for cz or  check made pue to ,reys Equy Nona acrdatce   2924hCo) o Ihe  ct code. m aseepm1 to tm Trustee) - TM hsal Esm m lira  Mmlml  Saa 1 Caltoma  rl Ue axl inlm canvel to and r hd by I and sad Deed o Tm b e  addn o omer common desa.  any, o Ie ni IxoVmy desdied hel  Imrported to be: 84 Tarmm Dd, CIo', Ca 95425;  .tessoes Pa'c 101-231414 The uW,ned Tnnme dnlakns any kbly lot my incoma:ness el 1he et addnas and oer coramon desra4o, II any, shovm hmn. Sad sac d be made, will co.ant  war, mx=sed cx Inmaed, rega Be, possesso' o mcantrance to pay r,e unpad bamce ot  oUm=an, mctxrm immst asVax:es, md a= ome o'ages secud by said ixoty. 1re tots amoant  te unlmd Imm o# the  mcan W uM lmy m masom mmm costs, expansas and aoNm M te me o# the trtlIM 07/31,97 Mlem  Nakml Cmm-b= Vmnca Lo. r-onckure 0t 218111 I, 843, 8,'20 1997 H.(f,7 ;,,, c. 5::,,2"J ,7 Pdlce o Tnm'$ Sad TIO No. 22200-07 Yoe zm In de@el anger a Deed of Trust, dad 10'20@& Utle  tam asllm to protect your pr, IZ mw be se  a poMk:  I y reed m mlm el te mmm o the Smee Compmy, a ca|cam . as ub smocked Tnntee und= and punmm to Deed o( Trust norded l(F2S93, as Inannenl No. 1993 0138463, o( 0ffl Reomb In tte oce of the Counly Reo ol Sonora Courtly, Stae o Calm F.cut by T',mol lan Idct axl mda L Midy, t,And)md and wlfe as jvdnl 1mauls, d sel ,e potdl aucon to es tOd  cas (pay-al a lime 01 sale In tawM meney 0 Its Urd Stare) a N . Im E=lrm to I r, amm d rk e md m cany to and now hetd by I unde sdd Deed of Trust In me ixopeny snuaed in sd Co arm Sl=le desoted as: APN# 11T 10 II1| The snet addnm and ot  dest0na If any, o( Ihe mM Ixolm desc above is puqxxted to be: 1089 Paon Road Ctovelale, ca. 95425 1he taxlened Trustee  any ltabiy hx my  oi te sln gldmss and o4w common dedgnallon, il any, shown he. Sakl se wil be made, but vhout co,ant or nr, mass or ,mp, rea Be, ix=session, or encuntxax to pay t'e rmat pmipa sum o  no(s) seo by sid Deed o( Trust, wl inlmst Iwon, as lxo,,Ml i said nHs), am'anc, U any, under me tm of uid Deed of Trust, lees. dm'ges md eqnses o Ihe Tnadee and Ihe Ina cnl by sakl Deed 0 Trust le m mcumd by e pmmly to e s,d and remanae  cos apcmes and mnces =* the tree el te k pubtcJm el ee Noce o( Sale is 1117,171.M Ire bmdk:t unde sa Deed of Trasl hanltOi eaeed and 0ek'ed to 1he andergn a vat0en DecWal o( Deaul and Deramd kY Sale, and a MtBm Nollce of Ddaul and Bec to Sei. Ire andevs camed uld Nonce o| Demm md Breton to Sd to t mom m t mumy nmm k ma m, mm , L. camm Coram = Tms r X-. qdFi xmotm at, /6633 tmm BsL /000, F.not Camm 9#3# (818)9#B.4tgEI 8,6,11,13,  1997 ORNO. SUMMARY ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF 80NOK STATE OF CALIFORN, AMENDING THE SONOMA COUNTY ZONING ORDINLANCE REGARDING SlECTIONAL DISTRICT MAP NO. TOCHANGE ZONING DISTRgTS OF PROPERTY. The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors proposes to cen- sider at its September 9, 1997 meeting, an ordinance that would ordain as follows: SECTION h Seclion 26-8 of Chapter 25 of the Sonoma County Code is hereby amended to rezone the land described in Section II, below, from the RRD (Resources and Rural Development), B6, 240 aore dmry, Z (second D,I- ing Unit Exclusion) dislxict(s) tothe TPG-nber P), B6, 240 acre density, Z district(s) and the Permit and Rmour Ikm..mt .c- tor is hereby directed to reflect th anumdment to  25- e by adding SecUre Istrict No.__ to the County " ZonMap. SECTION lh Land area and Iocali: 160acroswostof Sonorna between Rockpile Road and Skaggs Springs Reed as shewn on Seconai dislrict map or the County Zon- ing Map, designated as ZCE 96-0014 on file with the Permit and Resota'ce Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors also known as 60000 Wekesham Road; Ck)verdale, APN 114- 190-023 & 114-200-034. Passed and adopted this  day of 1997, in regular session by  Ayes: Noes: Absent: Abstain- SUPERVISORS VOTE: Cale: Smith: Kegey: Reiily: Harberson: Chairman of lhe Board of Su- Pete Paddnson, Senior Plan- ning Manager, Secretary, Sonome County Planning Commission ATTEST: County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of  Board of Supervi- sops Staff: Kathi Jacobs #105 Aug. 20, '97 ESTATE OF: | St To all heirs, estate, or OF SUSAN been filed by: TRUPKIEWlCZi of Sooma THE PETITIONf THE PETIT1ON the decodenrs and codicils, ted THE PETITIONI istration of authont representative very important ever, the less they have lion.] istration granted the proposed thorW wi, be an interested objection to the] shows good A HEARINGonl be held on 1997 at 8:45 a 18k CA. your objections objections with fore the hearing, ance may be inl your attorney.. IFYOUAREAC ceased tothe appointed by four months first issuance of J vidad in secti o! California time for filing YOU MAY you may file formula tory and assets or of any count as 1250 Code. A Notice form is the court clerk. fo, CAMPBELL, P.O. BOX ROSA, CA #1038/20 lit: hery 116 VIJM. Thil comet c0*/ on file in my, EEVE C. Fula=. #100 Ag. 13. D