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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, September 24, 1997 Back-to-School Night Reminder Be sure to attend the annual Jefferson School Back-to-School Nights on Wednesday, Sept. 24 (Kindergarten-for times, see indi- vidual class newsletters) and Sep- tember 25 (l"-3rd). Second grade at 6:30 pm; first grade at 7 pm and third grade at 7:30 pm. If you must bring children, babysitting will be provided for by FHA-HERO stu- dents in the cafeteria on both Wednesday and Thursday eve- nings. Teachers look forward to meet- ing you and discussing the plans for the1997-98 school year. Don't miss this informative evening! Storyteller Assembly Leticia Pizzino, world-re- nowned storyteller, traveled from Utah to share multicultural folk- tales with al the students at Jeffer- son School. Her presentation was called "Around the World on a Folktale" and tied in perfectly with our World of Readers schooled theme. The students heard her version of "The Gunny Wolf" from Eastern Europe, "The Five Foolish Fisher- men" from china and more, inter- spersed with several multi-cultural songs. We thank the CARE Foundation for grant- ing us the funds for this wonder- ful kick-off assembly. Country News Mrs. Vogensen's students have applied for and received official passports for world travels. They have made suitcases with Spain and Portugal flags on them for their trips. They had a ben voyage party with sangria and tapas (Spanish appetizers). The class lis- tened to flamenco music, learned some Spanish and Portuguese words, shock castanets, and read about Ferdinand, the Bull. Mr. Gregg's class is learning how to count from one to ten in Japanese! They are folding paper, making animals, etc. It is called "origami". Soon they will be learning some sumi-ee brush stroke techniques. They will also start on a story called Memo- taro the Peach Boy. New teacher interview Mr. Travinsky has moved from Washington School and is teach- ing third grade this year at Jeffer- son School. He grew up in Colma and San Francisco. He has taught junior College, High School, Jun- ior High School, 6 th , 5 th, 4 th and now 3  grade. He has taught in Cloverdale since 1980. Mr. Travinsky is married with two children, a daughter in the 8 'h grade at Washington School and a son who is a freshman at Cardinal Newman in Santa Rosa. He lived in Cloverdale for 10 years before moving to Windsor. Mr. Travinsky states, "I wanted to help children because teachers had really helped me when I was a student. I believe everyone should have an equal chance to learn and succeed.Fishing, boat- ing, cooking and the frustrating art of following San Francisco Giants baseball are among Mr. Travinsky's favorite activities. He loves to watch his children partic- ipate and perform in youth activ- ities. @. Blue Cross of Califomia Auth0dzed Agent $40 Copay Plan Call 804-9880  2/15/97 Age sire Sub=cb- Sub=be Spouse Child 19-29 27 54 49 30-39 42 69 64 40-49 68 110 90 50-59 113 181 135 60-64 136 223 145 Family 94 110 147 210 I 2. 00TCaraine 0000saauitas Sublu;nber+ Chddnm 67 73 95 137 128 N Cloverdale Bird - CloverdaJe CA 95425 - License# 0696864 Circuit Riders honored by City Council A proclamation in support of the young Circuit Riders who par- ticipated in this year's seventh Neighborhood Improvement Pro- gram, will be oresented by the City Council tonight (Wednesday) when the Council convenes at 6:30 p.m. Other Agenda items will include a letter expressing concerns re- garding increase in traffic at the Main and First Street intersection f ..................... % and the need for a stop sign or I I I DEDICATION - thanked everyone f( coming stat- ing this was a great day for Clo- verdale. He reminded the audi- ence that the project really dates back to efforts made by the Clo- verdale Depot Association, to pre- serve the old depot and have it moved to the new site. Unfortu- nately the building burned before the By-pass was completed, but the Park and Ride and Depot project lived on. Jehn praised Su- pervisor Kelley and Congressmen Riggs, as well as David Knight for their strong support in bringing this vital project along. It was a festive occasion for ev- eryone as they inspected vehicles used by the various transit servic- es that will stop at the Park and Ride site located on Citrus Fair Drive just beyond the 101 on-ramp. Busses from the County Transit, Greyhound, Disabled Veterans, Mendocino Transit, the Airporter and Amtrak were on view as was a three car section of the excursion train parked on the rail line above the lot. To add to the festivities the Clo- verdale High School Pep Band let by Musical Director Ken Collins played prior to the dedication and ended their program with the Star Spangled Banner to open the cer- emony. ROAD ager Bob Perrault that if those op- posed to the closing would write a letter to the City Council request- ing a hearing on the matter that it would be agendized at the Oct. 22 Council meeting. Other staff members attending were Scott Reynolds, Public Works, and Police Chief Rob Dai- ley. RAY'S FICTI'rlou lWBI NAME STATEMENT RIlE NO. t7213o Soo for Lm locked al: 113O Merid- ian Circle. in Santa Rosa. CA )401. lir address, Mine. ill (&re) hereby rqistereO by the folton o owner(,,): 84mtrk Clino, 1130 Meridian (c., Sense Rosa. CA 95401; Cheryl a 1130 Meridian Ck.. Santa Rou. CA. 95401. busine is conducted by: Co- P&rtn&rs. The m0istrant cocnmerl to t boB)heM un0or the ffctPJous nemo or nam ibovo on NJA. StgnKl: Bmlcs CaChe This staterrmnt was filed with the County Cl&rk o( SONOMA Couray on: 7/297. I her=Oy y thet the foregom0 is a cermet copy of the orinel staaecnom on file In my office. EEVE T. LEWIS, County Clerk. By/=/ C. F&rlas. SEAl. #10e Aug. 27, SelX. 3. 10, 17'97 RCTmOUS BUSINESS NAME STATIENT FILE NO. 1171112 The folkvan prson(,,) is (are) dol busin R:Clovord Watch & Clon Sho0p ldcod d: 129 N. Clovedate Blvd.. Unit 6, In Clo&r0ale. CA N,25, (are) hereOy rooierKI by the lollow- ,rig o&r(s): And , 565 H si0e Dr., CIoerda, CA al25. bulir is o10uld by:Ira indk vtdu. The roommate  to muwa bone under the flcOlioue bulne n4wf or n&rllt lllKI ,Ito on N/A Q.T. SionoO: A. Thlbaul This sta1t was flied with the County Clerk of SONOMA County on: Aog. 21.17. I hereby car/ this oo1 Is a - tact copy o th &ri0klal fictltiou bu- hess narno stalomom on file in my office. EEVE T. LEWIS. County Clerk. By Rul Reyr, oo, Dqy. SEAL #110 Aug. 27. Sept. 3. 10. 17.'97 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 973355 Ira#gin#ben Sta,on located at: 530 N. Cloverdale Blvd., in Clovefdale, CA 95425. mailing address, same, is (are) Ieceby registered by the folk>wing owner(s): Catherine Anne Lovato. 31260 Cooley Lane. Ck>verdale. CA 95425: Deboca Marie Defioo. 20 AHer St.. Cldverdale. CA 95425. This business is conduced by: a Gen- eral Pa rtnerslp. The registrant commenced to transact bunass under the fictitious name or names above on N/A. Snech Catherine A. LoYato This statement was filed with the County Clerk of SONOMA County on: Sept. 10, 1997 I hereOy certify Shot the fore0on 0 is a CO'eCrt COOy of the original statement on file in my oce. EEVE T. LEWIS, County C.k, By/d C. Farias. SEAL #125 Sept. 17, 24. Oct. 1 8. '97 ing credit or debit cards, at ATM machine and check out coupons, which are special savings pro- duced on the register receipt for : traffic signal; two damage claims savings on the customer's next shedff's post Tired of this??? against theCity; scheduling a purchase. work study session with the Eco- Customer service will be em- I nomicDevelopmentCommission phasized throughout the store, in October Ihde to resign FILE NO. lt'nm I Annllis Roll. in AnPr  Fj. 9s12-9712, meJlr   1 onmar(s):M ej[ J 41Z ulddew Jofm  The, bosinm is Don0 . vk:lua-Hulband and WI i 'mr I" business und the flcti -- nam above on N/A. Sl: Mict-lo E. Ktld/ This statement was fill NVA. .... com copy a the oralt._.'-, on file In my offe.  #122 24 NAME STATEilIBa RU .o.''S DO( Yoee.secoe.v OOMING CO Yoem .uoo. .. Sr CO.... .B.rk..  Yo_m  . m Bay A voeem urmoe vlnep I d--t; Brtd0e Vineyards, Yo " .very wva. Y=adm aa0 VW I1. 894-4; Wne CO.. Yoam Brk. mmy.Yoaidm  V'u L &ry. Yoaldm BriOge WV,,,  Ya'ds, m:vlS DAD m .orO. CA 44_ JhlM  ,,'A buqL CA 1, is (are) ,F0r occasior, by the folldwng  t^,. ;. 0tnla P, Morgan 7L9 OrO' ....... t-.aur0. CA  ]' pruning T.tsirs is coquet, or roai TViUon ommonE.er sY sem ,.-- ". ,he 'q'4854 r,.rns above on 5/1/97.  Sr: wn P. MolP---.-. This statement wu fllSeb ...... CO. c  so.o.*let-lELOPM 8/22/97. comK copy o the ori0io on flte in my offioe. EEVE T. LEWIS, County u Rul R. SEAL t #114 SOL 3. 10.17.24. RCrmo Bu NAME STATEMI RLE NO. r71 Loon Cells, LoxlOO Loxlon Estate. I_oton E &rd. Lesion Vira I Wine, Loxton W1nas, I.I C.orapa, Loon Wine Oi ar 1510 1/2 Warm S Glen Ellen. CA 95442.mi ,is (&r) by rll 1510 1/2 W&rm S0i Ellen, CA 95422 This business is conduc bmdneM unde the ficlm names above on June 1& Sened: Cimtopher  This statement was lm i hy cmx/tha mo la co.oct corn, o 1he oap on f In my Ofltco. , EEVE T. LEWIS, County' C. F&rtas. SEAL " Dnvewal Post Hob II& Shale App il Mowing & Cons. fg Fully Insure |" Bill Caldwe LLIN' 00355! Onnie dman LIDAY FAIRE I Don't throw that old relic a.way,,. I and the Chamber Board to dis- Nidiffer said. #1'3s3"1'17'2' -" urg]b I Recover it todayl # II cuss the future economic devel- Grand opening events will in- Sheriff Mark Ihde has an- _. "Oct. 12,ph Get 10% OFF "  Also on the agenda will be a family fun type events. )if-Coroner. Sheriff Ihdehashada na STA ce--^ - i zoning amendment for the south- 26 year affiliation with the SenD- nt .o. 17Sl : all labor costs0000 i east industrial anneation; a pu00- __ thru Sept. 30  lic hearing on a land exchange; OPENING-- -- maAfterCOUntysufferingSheriff'Sa heartDepartment'attack in CA(__iM'9--.L'h,----r,.. ........................... .................... I April, 1995, he returned to work , ,(s): Mzoc._.il -- formation of a lighting and land- the evening as a coffeehouse but but his condition began to deter)- .IOLmS0'II with this ad[ scapingassessmentdistrictforJef- won't be serving dinners. .CA,. .-rot _t'ro II " I ferson Springs Phases 3 & 4; re- orate and he again took off work rr  is oa ._,. sponse to the Grand Jury's recom- Although Saturday s opening to undergo additional tests. While lore= coqooaion, j / II Jo ' -' UPHOLSTERy ! will feature just coffee and baked he has substantially improved his Ca nies mendation that the City require =n-- u--the,"ll.-.._- I I ! -- -- -- 894 4087' |' trainingandcertificationofalldis- goods, they will be serving an physicians have recommended s,:--'--on"''------- ' ..' as patchers;formationofasubcom- expanded menu after their open- that he not return to the seven day This staement Was filJ"---__--__ Coo   sonoljR MTt ing on Oct. 7. per week demands as sheriff of 27. Jk,.- ..... ............. / mittee to assist in the improve- The historical building where Sonoma County. ,,,I, ,%lL'k ext. oo.t copy a the oalrminute, m ment of Furber Park; implemen- Quinlan's Place is located is on Since April, 1997, former Cap- on r m my Ofr.. .... ai. ser'v /Zy  L; program.tatin of a nuisance abatement  was Places.the National Register of Historic remodeled It was built by around previous 1877.own_ It Sheriff.ing tain Jim Piccinini has been fulfiU- the responsibilities Acting Sheriff as PiccininiaCting  #104 SoPL 3. 10. 17. '_..,alL--'--. c.EEVE T" LEWIS' CntY u"M;  = Fwtm. SEAL " '. .... : ers Albert and Nancy Walker, and said he wishes to assure the public RCrnm i We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office Your ticket has since been redone by the Quin- that he intends to carry on the &UEST.RUE.Or. lan-Pierces. A lovely addition is a positive programs that Ihde's ad- 1010 Rodml Rd. in new patio dining area in the back. ministration began, such as the '.  ,u.tR CALL US OR STOP BY! OURAGENT$ to a secure The restaurant is furnished with domestic violence program and , .* bY --allR Willo Rose owns): Seen t.oe"illh.,  Century 21, Les Ryan Realty b, =e retirement, rustic antiques and has an histor- community oriented policing pro- R=.c ' Cam, llelnS KOmkLm ical feeling about it. grams. "On behalf of the Sheriffs oo,. I=o Oott&ro,CA 06425.10=_a1 894-5232 114 Lake St. , Crus Kyr00ko00 Thlsbusinliscond bu=n under the IIL' For a recorded message of current rate information, call 1-800-4US BOND  1-800-487-2663 a pubhc scrvKc ofttm newspap S, LV s.,.RA BODY AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. 985 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg 433"2424 GROWERS Supply & Irrigation irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE m" SPECIALISTS N. and Recondltlonod Applllmces COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR Spring Air Mattrems On all Foreign & Domestic We Service What We Sell! CARS & TRUCKS Competitive Prices (707)857-3790 =,.o.,. t ....... -" ] FREE DELIVERY l'ki ig:lllU r  ...... 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Geyrville 433-4838 .cnm= Quinlan's Place will be open Department, and a grateful com- Tuesday through Sunday. Stop in munity, I thank Sheriff Ihde for his this Saturday during the Street leadership and wish him good mmonN,i,,. - Celebration for their ' sneak pre- health as he pursues new endeav- s: s L ! " " " " IOotln'o view," and meet the Quinlan- ors m his life, Piccinini said. r, .1,-m =, a.al & Pierces. Sheriff Ihde's retirment is an- County . '!ktllblol. ticipated to become effective in . 12. lr ..all,_ "----" late october, 1997.   o,  or"li. :'---- EEVE T. LEWIS, Coeq " c. Fad--. SEAL The most effeetioe way to 1/o ,117,..a 10 17.24" ::B reasonably is every morning to make a plan of one's day and every night to examine the results obtained. kx:ated at: 1151 , 1 , registered by 115 E 2nd  Ths bosiness fomia coimaOon. McCONNELL nass uer u, 94." names abo pm, ' SiOneO: Lisa .,u'mOn. It CHEVROLET " OLDS " GEO sepi.cuntThis statement waS5. 1,7 I here0y certify correct Copy Of on Me in my office. EEVE T. C Fans SEAL #129 SepL 24. Oct. 1,1 NAME FILE North Bay Mold Pelaluma Blvd. Noth # owner(s): Be Creati, alan 0, Inc.. 115 E 2rid CA o42s. -a C This b,uness rs  -- forma corporation.  &'I'S tmr The mOP,#rant L', unl, YOUR NEAREST GM DEALER ---" ---" y :tr  Sprin| 1395 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg .,5.1.. 0000.ring 1.800.775.3384 on.mmy--. __ EEVE T. t.EWS, COu  C. Fen#s. SEAL t6, = I I #128 Sepl. 24, Oct 1, $" i