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Tuesday, Nov. 11 I fire alarms Co. on Asti Rd. Ave. with seizures. No tical aid, Chelsea Circle. pains to Healdsburg Gen- (HGH). Wednesday, Nov. 12 assist at LDS Church lot. check on N. River Rod. burn. Thursday, Nov. 13 check, S. Cloverdale Illegal burn. on Dutcher Creek aid on Rockydale Ln. with stomach pains HGH. aid on W. Fourth St. with broken leg trans- to HGH. IonW.ThirdSL Male with flue. No transport. Friday, Nov. 14 tg on Woodhawk motorist on Citrus Fair Saturday, Nov. 15 fire on Heidi Ln. Fire No damage. alarm on Woodhawk Ln. Sunday, Nov. 16 assist on N. Cloverdale ndromat/coffee under review inners December 3 meeting, the ale Plannir g Commission sider the proposed Use to allow the construction 44 square foot commercial g to be used for a laundro- ffee shop at the Furber Plaza. a Rosa residents Gary er and Nancy Brier, plan to a state of the art laundro- aturing large capacity and r capacity washers and dry- ls for adults and TV s and , for children, a play area for i sealing inside and outside, adjacnt coffee shop. ago, the partners bought iend.d laundromat in that they turned into a social gathering place, to do the same here. hope to have it open by Feb- 1998. http Logers will Turkey Bowl in First Annual EaglesTurkey Bowl for foot- Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Nor-Cal Loggers (last champions) and the Oak- will play the first an- r Bowl in Cloverdale. ; will benefit the Clo- men will be play- Minnis, Mike Garrity, Oster and Ronnie Castrillo. for more details to come. home field for the Loggers but they are trying to in Clo- 10. Local Players to Include: Fred Ostor, Todd Laflds, Ron Castrillo, Neal Mini]is, Mike Garrity, Farm Market for November 22 final Farm Market of the : held Saturday 9 am to 11 am at the south- corner of 3rd Street and Boulevard and will local grown, unsprayed (extra-large size), both kindsof fuyo (can be eaten like an apple) and hachiya for cooking, must be soft). , 10 persimmon Ed Jones Stockholders to master fear and worrg not onlg be willin8 to de- learn and oar abili- well as our limitations. li.bman November 19, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 TEST Achievement Test (SAT 9) for the new statewide achievement test. I look forward to working with the publisher, Harcourt Brace Educa- tional Measurement, to ensure that future versions of this test are aligned to our new state standards, as the law clearly requires. We need to have a test that is world class. "I said earlier that two of the tests submitted for adoption, CTBS'/Terra Nova by CTB / McGraw-Hill and SAT 9 were rel- atively equal in quality. Terra Nova, which was my recommen- dation, was better aligned with the standards at the lower grades and SAT 9 was slightly more rig- orous at the upper grades. Never- theless, it was a close call between the two tests, and I have no quar- rel with the Board's decision." "While there is still much work to be done to align this test with our soon-to-be-adopted stan- dards, California is on the right track to improve student perfor- mance substantially." Approved by the Legislature and the Governor, the new Stan- dardized Testing and Reporting Program (STAR) requires that all public school districts in Califor- nia use a single standardized test, designated by the State Board of Education to test each student in grades two through 11 by May 15 of each fiscal year, beginning with 1997-98. Students in grades two through eight must be tested in the basic skills of reading, spelling, written expression, and mathematics. Stu- dents in grades nine through elev- en must be tested in reading, writing, mathematics, history-so- cial science, and science. The des- ignated test must be nationally normed and must provide indi- vidual student scores for report- ing to parents by June 30 of each year. Superintendent of Schools for Cloverdale, Dr. Mike Carey, says the district will be ready to test students and will do so during the allotted time period. "It's [stan- dardized testing] not the best sys- tem, but it's a good idea; schools need to have some kind of ac- countability," the superintendent noted. MOOD SWINGS hard to perform at their peak. The chosen pieces vary widely in content, with an emotional Latin song, a comical play written by recent Nobel Prize recipient Dario Fo, a scene from Little Women, as well as many other pieces on the bill. The players, performing in many different roles throughout the evening, are as follows: Cheriene Barney, Jennifer Cavallo, Heidi Coovert, David Edney, Marcie Hernandez, Amy Lovato, Carolyn Romero and Zac Sutton. Again, Mood Swings will be shown at 8 pm on Saturday, Nov. 22 and 3 pm on Sunday, Nov. 23. Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for students. A $2.50 charge will be given to those possessing ASB cards. ..?. ". ".., '  d ". "-,,.. " .. "-:" "-.  Blue Cross of Califomia Authorized Agent $40 Copay Plan Call 894-9550  ' 1111/97 Age SinOe Subm:ber Su)=c+ Family + Spouse Cmk 19-29 29 57 52 100 71 30-39 45 73 68 117 77 40-49 72 117 95 156 101 50-59 120 192 143 223 145 60-64 144 236 154 259 165 OdTara'ina z00saaalas 128 N  BM:I - C CA 95425 - IJcense 0696864 GIo,00erdale SEMI PRO FOOTBALL Mendo Loggers vs. Oakland Vipers Sunday, November 23 at I pm at the Cloverdale High School Football Field $5 Per Person, Children Under 12 FREE Buy, Sell, Hold? 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Includes bonus sharpening stone. 8097172 ... 13 99 00lPm a Bit tal II Plt 15 year durability One coat coverage Scrubbable Custom colors available WOOD FUEL 99 GAL. 0m Id.G Lath U & TMm 15 year durability One coat coverage Scrubbable Custom colors available Gal. 16557 Ugnetics .,, Fuel CLOVERDALE O0 TON 894-2165 STORE HOURS MON-FRI 7:30-6 PM SAT 8-5:30 PM SUN 9-4 PM Sale Ends Nov. 30