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s Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, Sept. 17, 1997 Saltwater San Francisco-Albacore is still hot right now, they are getting about two fish per rod up to the 60-1b range. The boats are going out 40 to 50 miles using tuna clones or feather jigs (tuna clones being the best). There are tuna excursions scheduled twice a day out of San Francisco and most are asking that you make reservations four to five days in advance. Salmon fishing has picked up with anglers get- ting early limits, landing fish up to 28 pounds, the current hot spot is right off Moir Beach, down at 60 to 80 feet. The recommended lure is a flasher followed by a salmon killer. Inside the San Francisco Bay the striper bite has been generally good. The halibut bite has been so-so. Drifting live bait is still the method of choice, while live bait is available. California City is be- ing fished fairly regularly but the bite has been slow so far. Fort Bragg-albacore has slowed way down, the tuna that is being landed are about 24 miles out. This weekend will hopefully shape up to be a better tuna week- end. The bottom fishing in this area is still very good. There seems to be plenty of snapper, ling and rock cod to be landed, most are using shrimp fly or wire jigs. Salm- on fishing is still very slow right now. Those who are landing these elusive fish, are doing so deep by the sond buoy. Bodega - bottom fishing is very good right now. It was reported, that 71 lmgs were landed for 15 guys. They were using 16-oz jig bars and apparently those lings just couldn&apos;t resist. Tuna and salm- on are very, very slow. Tomales - Right now is the best time of year for halibut fishing in this bay. Now through November first the halibut bite should pick up. They tend to stay in the bay and are more active in their feeding. The best baits are live shiners or herring drifting across the bot- tom. Lake Sonoma The early morning bite for large bass is still on, most are using topwater and spinnerbaits. The bass bite slows to a crawl in the afternoon and then picks back up in the evening. The catfishing has been fair to good. Night fishing has been best using crawlers, dough baits, and chicken liver. Clear Lake The topwater action is fairly good in the morning. The bite then switches to crankbaits and worms around docks and struc- tures in the late morning and af- ternoon. The catfishing is still rat- ed good to very good. Blue Lake Fishing on this lake has picked up due to being planted last week with trout. The successful trollers are using a jack-o-diamonds or a Vance's Cannonball flasher fol- lowed by a needlefish or a wed- ding ring with a piece of night crawler on it. Shore anglers seem to have the best luck when using either salm- on eggs or chartreuse power bait. Lake Pillsbury Trout are still being caught by trollers at about 40 feet. Mornings are best using large set of flashers and a worm. The lake still has a good level of water for launching and trolling. Lake Berryessa The bass bite on this lake is rated good. It is an early morning topwater bite and they are going for just about anything. It slows down during the day but they can still be found anywhere from 15 to 30 feet down. The catfish bite is very good at night. Most anglers are using an- chovies, chicken liver or anything with a nasty smell to land these guys. Trout Plants No local waters are scheduled for planting this week. Back-To-School Night Kindergarten: Wednesday, Sept. 24 (see teacher newsletter for individual class times). 1st grade-Thursday, Sept. 25 at 7 pm. Second grade, Thursday, Sept. 25, 6:30 pm. Third grade, Thursday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 pm. Jefferson's Annual Back-to- School Night is an opportunity for parents to hear about the class- room curriculum, discipline and special plans for the 1997-98 school year. It is not a time for students to attend. If you must bring children, -sitting will be provided in .'cf6tera by FHA,FIERO on Wednesday and Thursday eve- nings. Individual conferences may always be arranged by leaving a message for your child's teacher in the office. School Traffic Safety Be especially aware of safety when dropping off or picking up your children at Jefferson. Because of increased housing and school population, traffic has become dangerous. We are working with the police department and district office in order to come up with a plan to make sure traffic issues around the school are as safe as they can be. Please remind stu- dents to use the crosswalks and look both ways before stepping out to cross. Please do not leave your children unattended in cars. Garden Plans Under Way Due to class size reduction for third grade students, the new por- table classrooms have invaded our garden area. An "Edible Class- room" and "Butterfly Garden" are slated for two different spots. We plan to involve parent volunteers " the preparation of a new gar- den area. Without your help this will not be possible. A garden work day is being planned soon and a parent committee is being formed. There will be something for every- one to do including hammering nails, pulling weeds and moving dirt. Please call Jefferson School at 894-1930 if you would like to help. Day Camp "Free Day" Julia Pardini, Jefferson Day Camp Director, received a grant over the summer in which to pur- chase supplies, games and toys for the children. Some of the .new equipment and games have ar- rived. *1"o kick-off the festivities, Julie has declared Friday, Sept. 19 "Free Day" at Jefferson Day Camp. All are welcome. Please write a note and let your child's teacher know if he/she will be attending "Free Day" at Jefferson Day Camp this Friday. Day Camp Hours are 7 am-6 pm Monday through Fri- day. If you have questions call Julie at 894-1903. New Scanner System in Cafete- ria A new scanning system for "credit card" type tickets is work- ing quite well in the cafeteria this, year. Tickets can be purchased for any number of days. Stephanie Tognozzi, Jefferson Head Cook, has been working very hard to organize this new system which promises to be more efficient. Plans are under way to develop a sys- tem for parents to be able to call in at any time and get their balance. Why Settle for l,,;ss ? lib. i We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office i CALL US OR STOP BY*. OUR AGENTS ..Willo Rose Century 21, Les Ryan Realty Camille Lmn 894-5232 114 Lake St. . zy"00 Blue Cross of California $40 Copay Plan SILV IRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE 8001"I-I . HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. 085 Healdl)urg Ave. AOO AA Healdsburg  qh3"*#La1 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Forth & Domutio CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 /SlO RHwy.-ymm, Age  sacra Spouse 19-29 27 54 3O-39 42 69 40-49 68 110 50-59 113 181 60-64 136 223 Volunteers needed for wildlife improvement projects Outdoor enthusih have the ah at (707)468-4000 for more in- opportunity to work oh projects formation and to reserve space. benefiting elk and other wildlife, Reservations should be made by when (he Bureau of Land Man- Friday,Sept. 19,accordingtoClear agemenl(BI M)and Rocky Moun- Lake Manager Rich Burns. lain elk Foundation (RMEF) "We had overwhelming sup- observe National Public I.ands port in our last Public lands Day |)a)', flurd,lv. g'p! 27 Vohmleer sign-ups are now t,- ing accepted for qex,era[ projects It' illll't OVI' l'I illte t'Ik hal,ilal alollg Ihe ,u,Mh h,t k of ( at he ("r c,k near glah' hit, h.v 2I) ai'uil six miles east of ( h.al I ake ()aks in I.ake ('OIIIIIV I l'il[|lq ( x ohlllttols and BI M slalf ill remove old fence posts anti wIl(, fe.cing to make the a=ea baHiel bee for elk and otlwl  ildlih, Ihe', dl ,t'moe th'l,lis left I zom the omoval o/an old IIouse, barn a.d otttbuildiogs, returning the land to a natural state. They will also stabilize an important archadogi<'al site agamst erosiolL preserving the knowledge con- tained their, for future genera- prod'ca held in 1994." Burns said, "and we are looking forward to another successful day. We couldn't complete these impor- tant projects v.*ithout the support of vohmtoers who care for their public lauds he work day is being held as part of National Public Lands Day, in which thousands of Americans will pitch in to improve public lands at  sites across the United States. Budget shortfalls, coupled with natural disasters such as flooding and fires, have resulted in a more than $6 billion backlog of needed repairs in nat/onal parks, naUonal fo, esLs and BLM-managed lands nationwide. r FllCTrnOt BUSIN@J NAME STATEMENT RLE NO. 972==O Spots foe Lm Iocatad at: 1130 Merid- Ian Circle. in Santa P, osa, CA 95401. rrmlltr address, sa, is (are) hereby mgiatared by the follong n(s): trk C, astino, 1130 Meridian Circ., Santa Rosa. CA 95401; Cheryl C.,4udoza. 1130 Meridtan Cir.. Santa CA. 954O1. Ixmne is conducted by: Co- Parmer. The nis commeoscl to transact busin undo the fictitious name or names above on N/K Sined: Beatric C.astino This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA County om 7/29/97. heceby c that the togoin O is a correct copy o the orioinal statement o file In my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Cted By/ C. Farlm.  alO0 AoO. 27, Se. 3, 10. 17'97 RCllllOOS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT RUE NO. 173112 The following Deraon(s) is (are) doing. businass u :Cloveale Watch & a)k Sho0pe Io(mted at: 129 N. Clovecdo ORDI THE BOARD OF SORS, SONOMA, STARE FORNIA, ORDINANCE tions. These special places are Amer- Olv0., Unit 6, In Cloverdale, CA6425, .%k Bl.M will povitle the necessary tea's playgrounds for fishing, I=(arelhar:qcmgaredbythefolow. ZoningMap. tools and equipment. Volunteers hunting, skiing, hiking, camping, ing ovmar(s): ,smdl "rh, 565 Hilt- SECTION at: Land ! ae Dr.. Ckn:t. CA 96425. location: 160 acres, v,,ill be treated to a baricue lunch- mountain biking, and many other ThlsboonOuctedby:anin. Sonoma betweenl es pondered by REMEF, and re- types of outdoor recreation, vkkad. _-I Finish ceive a Souvenir T-shirt. As more and more Americans Theraa,rant cornmmxaldtotl Road and Skaob"dL Cou Volunteer registration will take retreat to our public lands for rec- n unO' the tlctJtious tnem Road as shown O'2.  place from 8 h, q am, teams will reation and to get away from the T. or   above on g'A DistrictMaporthe . work from q am to 1 pro, and the stress of everyday life, the need ,,ed:/L Thbault ing Map, designatl Lan barlx2ue follows, increases to maintain the natural Thia statement WaS filed with the 96-0014 on file Wiffl  - . Anyone interested in padicipat- and cultural resources and to en- CountyOleofONOMAt",ountyo: and Resource 1894-." ing should contact the BLM Clear sure continued accessibility to An0.21. 1907. Department anti mLiiiiim Lake Resource Area office in Uki- these lands. I he.by co!fly that th oooy le a cos. nt cpy of t oe0zal fi.ota 0os- the Board of Su enarra statement on file In my known as60000VIIKY HIGt Road, Cloverdale,l SEXY Clover Stornetta Farms encourages T ,, I000020000,14-20000:r7"" tm . RaWno, I:ay. SE/u. Passed and adnnal prl humane trea ent of dairy herds .11o/00J0.27. Sqt. 3, 10, 17,'97 _ day of Septembbr&:Ug4. Clover Stornetta Farms North Coast Excellence program, which FIcITnoos BUSINESS regular session bYTal. 894-, rewards dairy farmers for producing higher quality milk, also NAME STA'IMENT FILE NO. 9733SS marks participating dairies with colorful highway signs. Imanaon Station located at: 530 N. Cioverdale Blvd., in Clovedale. CA One such dairy is St. Anthony Farms, an affiliate of St Anthony Foundation in San Francisco, known for its humanitarian work among the needy. This tradition fits quite neatly with one phase of North Coast Excellence, that of humane treatment of dairy herds. Clover's insistence on these higher standards has given rise to the phrase: "Clover... the milk ofhnman kindness7 And, contimfing a series ofco-op outdoor advertising with Vallejo theme park, Marine World, Clover now features the 1997 Marine World mai, attraction of Bengal and Siberian tigers. Popular Clover icon "CIo" the cow is portrayed poking a camera through rail! forest foliage at the big cats who are happily toasting each other with Clover milk. The headline: "Cid's up and purrrsonal . Ch;s talents are far-ranging. She is usually at home in the current jungle scene, or portraying a famous work of art as in the former all-time favorite: =Monna Lisa... A Classic Pitcher." NO. 8.1409 TO ZONING PROPERTY. = The Sonoma Counlyl Supervisors ordains SECTION I: sectl _ Chapter 26 of t. ' County Code i$. amended to rezor d A ,m, , described in Secli0 q,J,/, from the RRD ( ReS0l, Rural Develop men acre density, Z ( ing Unit Exclu to the TP (Timber  B6, 240 acre dis tri ct (s) and the PIJ Cll=t Resource Mana ge_ tor is hereby direct. this amendment to5 8 by adding Sect= Map No. 8.1409to Aotumn Fest at Trentadue Sept. 27 The annual Autumn Fest Saturday, Sept. 27 in the beautiful outdoor gardens at the Trentadue Winery in Geyserville, will benefit the Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society. Ed Head, Chairman of the Fall event and Historical Society, says there will be continuous activities and plenty of fun for adults and children alike plus delicious and plentiful munchibles, Trentadue wines, Mendocino brewery beers and soft drinks. Class autos will be on display and jazz and other hands will perform in the covered pavilion for listening and dancing. Children and adults will enjoy the animals in the potting zoo and the Autumn Feat clown. Live and silent, auctions are popular every year as are the palm reader, psychic and handwriting analyst, Head says. The award- ing of the Instant Wine Cellar, a ooo ofl01 hoRlesof ;. premium Sonoma County wines, is a highlight of the after.nn . activities which run continuously from 2-6 o'clock. The 'rrentadue Winery is located just south of ysorville at 19170 C-eyserville Ave. Tickets may be obtained at the Healdsburg Museum, 221 Mathe- son SL in Healdsburg during regular visiting hours, Tuesday- Sunday from 11 am to 4 pro, or at the winery the day of the event. All proceeds from the Autumn Feat go toward operation of the museum Authorized Agent Call 894-9650 p,t ,,, 2/15/97 Sulmedoe Fmm 49 94 67 64 110 73 90 147 95 135 210 137 145 244 156 O__3 g'ara-/na .0000raa/atar 128 N Clovordale BNd - Ciodalo CA GROWERS Supply & Irrigation irrigation Systems Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares Licer",=# 0695864 YOUR NEAREST GM DEAI00R 139"--00 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 solem' New and Recondltloned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Servioe What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St " I .,: i Hamldad) v 433-4838 [ TERMS 95425. mailing address, same, is (are) hereby registered by the following owner(s): Catherine Anne Lovato, 31260 Cooley Lane, Cloverdale, CA 95425: Deboca Marie Defino, 20 Alter St., CIoverdate, CA 95425. TIs business IS conduCted by: a n- oral Partnershi 0. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitus name o names above on N/A. St0nech Caerine A. Lovato This statement was filed wtfi the County Clerk o SONOMA County on: Sept. 10, 1997 I heredy certify that the foregoing is a con'ect copy of the" o0mal statement on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Clerk. By Is/ C. Fartas. SEAL #125 Sept. 17.24. Oct 1 8. "97 FICTI'nO( BUNEI I STATEMENT RUE NO. 97=O14 Gn Cr Vtltculure Sereicm Io- c&tad at: 115 S. EaSt St., in Ctovedale, CA 05425 mailing eddross, PO Box 816. Geysalle, CA 96441, is (are) het:f registered by the tollowtng wer(s): Mumtta Dawn LtnOe. 1 ;5 S. EaSt St.. CiordaJo, CA Thit business is conducted by:an indb viruS. The registrant oommeoced tO trans,B boa#ross n0er the fL"ttos name or nam above on 8/13/97, Signed: Mumna D. Lind This statament was fired with the 8/t3/97. i hena comfy that the toronto  a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, Goonty C:kk. By/s/ C./:aria=. SEAL #112 SqPL 3, 10, 17, 24, "97 FlClTnOO9 BUm NAME STAllElINT FILE NO. Stal0OO Wmu0ht Iron Iocted at: 1010 Rock'wl Rd. In Clovedale, CA 05425, mam m, M, mo, Is (ao) heW regm.ed by t WO Ovll(s):   Mooe, 1010 Roclawal Road. Clovenle, CA 96425; Brian Eric  lgOGrace Court. CiovardadL CA O5425. TI  is cooducsed by: a Gen- arad Partnenddp The snt commenced to muact buslnel tmdM the f k:lous nan or Signed: Smn Lee Moore. Brian Eric Thhl statement was flied with the County GImtc of SONOMA Co, my on: Aug. 12. t=g7 I h oartlty that the forego is a c-re eel/of the  st on ftlo n r of Sce. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Clerk, By/s/ C. Farim. SEAL #117 Sq 3, 10, 17, 24, `07 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL A LCOHOUC BEVERAGES Dal of ling APlklion: Aug 28,1997 To Whom It May Concern: The Name of the AppEcant is C & K Market Inc. The aplicants lissod above am applying to I! De of Alcoholic severa0e Control So sell alcoholic beverages at: 1139S. Clovedale Blvd., CIo- verdale, CA 95425 For the following type of Ii. GOflse: ..t. Santa Rosa District Office 50 D St Room 400 Santa Rosa, CA 95404 ing vote: Ayes: 4 Noes: 0  Abstain: 0  . S U PERVISORS V._ NI E'S Cate: Aye Smith:/qli11OLSTEI Aye ReillY:Ikof fumi- . - I" u yore 1 Harberson: Aye ,Iqls, heavy :1 /s/Jim HarroJLs'/is ' ',Chairman of the t#y. 094-4t pewisors , /s/Pete Parldnson =:- Pete Parkinson, S OVERDAI ning Manager IMEy SW Secretary, Sane0 OWing th Planning Gommi It Count ATTEST:/s/EeVe i r $ County Clerk a 1 over Clerk of the Board 4-4044 sors  Staff: Kathi JacOi #124 Sept. 17, RLE NO. Loxton CollarI, Lad Loxton Estate. Loxtonl Vineyard, Loxton Vl Wine. Lax!on Wimak at: 1510 1/2 Warm Ellen, CA gL42.P same, is (are) hena' n following ownar(s):C 15;0 1/2 Warm S Elm, CA 95422 the bosine under the fie namm above on J This statement wa_ County Clerk of SONO 8/22/97. correct oooy of the r on fa* tn my o0t_..,a EEVE T. LEWIS, ultati Iiness Ca n Servl . in Bay & delive klged. 894 'rA, ICHI C. Fartm. SEAL " " s " UAN 9:30, NAME STA . 00-734 CAa. (are)  r.eg*==" ng owrw(=): M Inc., 1400Lytton snlili r. CA 44a. (707)576-2165 .,4k n heoy coy t % -.----.-- #118 Sept 3 10, 17'9 Wa. o file in my ofFe- 'L 1 r EEVE T. LEWlS MCCONNELL ! #122 SqL 10, lia RcnTIoOS "" "" i. Nalm rr* CHEVROLET OLDS GEe To.,., YoaJOm Orldo* .v_ aa 8rle Vlneyard., .'ri'nit ure yotm Bdd ., ,,,tu,, V