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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, November 19, 1997 , .....  ...... ,,  o ...... ,  ....  .... years The students have a won- derful tour of the bakery, seeing the equipment and machines that a modern bakery uses to produce its product. They also are able to shape theft own loaf of bread, as well as to taste some of Franco- American&apos;s products. This fami- ly-owned bakery has been in Sonoma County for many years, and we appreciate the efforts of Frank Bastoni, the owner, in pro- viding this learning experience for our students. It's a Small World Students in Mrs. Spina's rt)om 11 were thrilled recently to have a tour of Italy, thanks to Mrs. Hutcheson and her son, Beau. Beau was in room 11 last year, and he accompanied his mother and brother on a European tour last summer Beau shared with room 11 students slides of many of his exciting experiences in Italy, such as the Ferrari factory, the leaning tower of Pisa, and several won- derful works of art. Room 11 stu- dents are focusing on Italy this year in our "Around the World" theme. Christmas Baskets Available Christmas baskets are available for families who could use an ex- tra basket of hope and love and food, too! These baskets will be Important Minimum Day Notice There will be a minimum day on Wednesday, Nov 26. A.M. Kin- dergarten schedule will remain the same with release at 11:45 pro. Kindergarteners will come in the morning with the AM Kindergar- teners, 8:10-11:45 First through Third Grade students will be re- leased at 1 pm. Buses will leave one hour earlier than usual. Please plan pick-up of your children ac- cordingly. Jefferson Day Camp will be open (894-1903). If you have questions, please call Jefferson School (894-1930). Third Grade Storytelling Assembly Ane Rovetta visited Jefferson School Friday, Nov. 14, for a story- telling assembly for third grade students. She told stories about animals and how certain things came to be in the world. She drew pictures after each story, illustrat- ing for students the different ani- mals she had discussed in each tale. Second Graders Visit Franco-American Second grade classes will visit a bakery during the month of No- vember. The Franco-American Bakery in Santa Rosa has been very generous in welcoming our sec- ond graders for the past three provided by Family Services of Cloverdale and an application does need to be filled out. For more information, please contact Jean Boal, Family Advocate with the Family Preservation Program, at Jefferson School on Monday- Thursday (894-1930). There are Giants in Sonoma County That's right! Miss Harris' and Mrs. Simoneau's second graders stood right next to these giants, that is the giant coastal redwood trees of Armstrong Woods in Guerneville. They traveled by bus and after a quick snack of granola bars four groups of students, parents and volunteer docent embarked on a 3/4 mile hike amongst the giants. As the groups moved amongst the giant redwoods, they were all in awe of their beauty and height. They all stood beside Parson Jones and Colonel Armstrong, the tall- est coastal redwoods in the woods, both over 300 feet tall with diam- eters of 13 feet. Parsons is 1300 years old and Armstrong is 1400 years old. The students all moved on to hug a giant redwood. It took at least nine students and three adults to hug a giant red- wood. Is Pink Turkey Meat Safe? (NAPS)---The pink color in some cooked turkey raises a flag to many people who call the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture's nation- wide toll-free Meat and Poultry Hotline. Is it safe to eat? What #p .i =m === mm mm mm === === -- =i ,i =- mm am ,I =m I. mm mm =% causes well-done turkey meat to be : Magic Carpet I oo., I 1 Commercial & Residential Se Habla Espanol V2lcj2a' J (727m)48J'8m48 L 2hoje.. .2.rJ2m_L(72,)294JIJL, a( ...... Chemical changes within i ' "1 1 i-" " HOME LOANS I   !: For buying or refinancing your home. I ! : Competitive Rates! Great Service! Bill Andrew 435 N Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 :. , .a Speeializin in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas, I Sat00sfactmn Guaranteed. m Colleen Jones I I I I L meat tissues can occur during cooking that can give cooked poul- try a pink tinge; Younger turkeys have thinner skins that permit harmless oven gases to reach the flesh and cause a color change; The amount of fat in the skin also affects the amount of pink color in cooked meat; * Poultry grilled or smoked out- doors can also look pink, even when well done. Using a meat thermometer is the only way to be sure that the turkey has been cooked to a safe temperature. If the temperature of the turkey as measured by the thermometer placed in the thigh has reached 180"F, then the bird is done and safe to eat. If stuffed, the temperature of the stuffing should reach 165"F before it is removed from the cavity to be safe. 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CARS & TRS Competitive Prices (707)857-$790 - North = . l  Healdlburg FREE DELIVERY 21310 Redwood Ivy,-Geymcvllle 433-4838 TERMS The rains have started and with We managed only one rooster af- Joe Casteel, Jr. organized a them should start the migration of ter a lot of miles busting brush, up day at the shooting northern ducks and geese. This Delevan Refuge had similar re- Cow Mountain. BLM year there will be more ducks fly- ports for pheasants. You really everything they needed to ing south than at any time in the had to work for them but they did up the area. last 40 years Those of you who better on ducks in the morning. If your group or organizal gave up duck hunting over the The Mendocino County Gener- looking for help, or new me - years due to poor conditions may al Services recently drained Up- with outdoor activities ple want to clean that gun and give it per Mill Creek reservoir to rid it of either Vance or myself at 4621 _ and we w do our best to-LCA [ message out in this colu Dungeness season go fair start last weekend. Bodega 75 feet was the prodL ....... depth Late winds forcedsZ_ SEKEE sonable I boats off the water. BodercaT::eJ boats are now runnin coml I Refere o yrs exper for crab and rockfish 1 ;h;i;P;; neril 89 Fort Bragg - Partyboats q "nen0,, , catching albacore eight to 14-- out. Bottom fishinghas bee a ...... with a lot of ling.cod inn: .a, -- , . t#r n (JtJM' Kememvertocauaneacl,o,,---- ._ . ..... . ._Jl=. exp. In ; conomons vezore olannln . . . r --  up & oe another h'y. It is due to organiza- unwanted vegetation. A big thank tions like Ducks Unlimited and you goes out to members of the California Waterfowl that num- Ukiah Rod and Gun Club who bers are so high. It is great to see a heIpedrescueabout200fish, most- positive impact on our wildlife, ly largemouth bass, and released rather than all the negatives we them in Lake Mendocino. If you usually report, are interested in helping out this organization you can write them I hunted the Sacramento refuge at PO Box 1309 in Ukiah. Saturday. The duck hunting was Another thank you goes out to poor and pheasant action slow. " the workers at Liqua-Tech Corp. California income tax brackets indexed for '97  angedsc Clear Lake - Bass can bei around the piers and docJ -.=--.=. The California personal income comeand$20,7680fgrossincome, the temperature drops, t  DIEL tax brackets will be indexed by 2.2 The standard deduction will in- tend to school up in water  G,,.on. percent for the 1997 tax year, the crease for single or separate tax- 20 feet deep. It can be a cha  rcs. o,, Franchise Tax Board has an- payers from $2,527 to $2,583, and to find the schools, butwelli,ss",, Flail Mowin, nounced, forjoint, surviving spouse or head the effort when you do. Tr)]Lec,o( or e umbo m o What this means for Califor- of household taxpayers from l'igs liv l" inn w.s .sm..#,c, nians whose taxable income is un- $5,054 to $5,166. Lakes Sonoma and Me changed from last year is that they have both been slow as of will pay lower state income taxes The personal exemption will in- Blue Lakes - is schedul crease for single, separate or head when they file tax returns next trout plant this week. Tro year. Taxpayers whose income of household taxpayers from $67 bank fishermen have been p increased and generally kept pace to $68 and for joint or surviving up some fish. Fishingshotu[0 an extr with inflation will pay approxi- spouses, from $134 to $136. The up after the plant. s are cor dependent exemption credit in- mately the same amount of taxes CallCalTipatl-800-952-,77.25 ,,, creases from $67 to $68. nrarhinoucfi.. that they paid last year. report any Indexing takes the rate of infla- Tax credits affected by indexing lion into account and adjusts tax include the Joint Custody Head of , rates and certain credits to insure Household/Dependent Parent CUSb LUNCH that additional taxes are not paid Credit and the Qualified Senior from year to year due solely to Head of Household Credit. The BREAKFAST ME! inflation. Items affected by index- renter's Tax Credit is once again ing include the filing requirement suspended for 1997. Also affected thresholds, the standard deduc- are the income amounts used to tion, personal and dependent ex- compute reductions in exemption emptions, tax rates and various credits and itemized deductions tax credits and income deductions, for high income taxpayers. Anques CollecUbl The filing requirement thresh- The indexed values are comput- ta At, old amounts are $8,307 of adjust- ed based on the inflation rate as ed gross income and $10,384 for measured by the California Con- single or unmarried individuals, sumer Price Index for all urban For married couples, the amounts consumers from June 1996 to June MONbAY. NOVEMBER are $16,614 of adiusted gross in- 1997. Jefferson Sandwich W=sngton ....... Sandwich Burrito Complete the Circle. Keep Recycling Working. a o..t eCjXed * Recyel ,Tefferson Oven Fried( CARE, o &( 'ec& Weshi Oven Fried Cadt t  Yogurt I wanted   ,.ol't Cerel fun. brigt Need o ,e  ,.)AY. 18" " i#v ff'SOn HomburcjJ'! r types en4 Weshington Turkey 5< Ply. 894-4{ Hmnlrgcr Breakfest Breakfast  For a free brochure, please call 1-800-CALL-EDF WORSOAV. M COnVE1"I or visit our web site at ww.edf.0rg FIi)AY. NOVEMBER I lion, nee( ; w/bleack " 0. 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In DT you, you should contact a lawyer, the bustee will accept, Notice is hereby given that Bene- check daw, on a MENU ticial Management Co, po,ation Of tional bank. a check Street, America, A Delaware Coporation. stale or fede;al cedit e 10 am tx as buslee, or successor trustee, check drawn by state 11/23, or s,bstihfled bustee pursuant to savings and loan MONDAY, NOVEMBER17 the deed of tusl execuled by savings association 01 JEFFERSON Nachos " Pabick S. Kimball leco=ded on bank specified in sec WASHINGTON Nachos 1111811996 as inslrument no. the FinanclalCodeand 1996-0102923 in book page of to do business in th st Meat Sandwich official records in the office ol the event tender other the BREAKFAST French Toast county recorder of Sonoma accepted the trustee i , ' County, Califmnia, and pursuant hold the i,suance of IM TUESDAY, NOVEMBER18  to the Notice Of Default And Elec- deed until funds becoP JEFFERSON Taco Bell Burnto lion To Sell thereunder recorded to the payee m end# TacoBellBurrito 07/2511997 in book, page, as matter of right. Said sJ WASHINGTON Yogart instrument no 1997-0064721 of made, but without t' BREAKFAST  said official records, will sell on walranty, exp=ess |LASSES "i 11/2611997 at the main (toni) regarding title, posse YCreekan : enhance to the Administration encumbrances to s , , WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER19 . Building 575 Adminisbalk)n Dr. indebtedness 'secured ;rafter s JEFFERSON BeefyMacaroni  Santa Rosa, CA at 11:30 A.M: at deed, advances thme " WASHINGTON Ham/CheeseSand. public auction to the highest interest as provided II Beefy Macaroni , bidder for cash (payable at the Ihe unpaid principal time of sale in lawful money ol the the note secured by BREAKFAST Tortilla Wrap W United States), all righL title and with interest thereon  .m .--, interest conveyed to and now in said note, fees. c THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20 heid by it under said deed of trust expenses of the tusl DAI JEFFERSON" Pizza ' in lhe property situated in said trusts created by said WASHINGTON Pizza county and state hereinafter de- trust. Dated: 10/27/191 0% OFF Chicken/Bread  scdbed: As more fully described ial Management CuR 50% C BREAKFAST Cereal  on said deed of bust. The prop America is Trustee ,no '  ,,u Yo vFI erty address and other common grated Lender Service  _ e , at all designation, if any, of the real Trdst Deed Servlc ,  ", FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 property desol)ed above is put- 140 E. Commonweall on. Arm) JEFFERSON Oven Fried Chicken ported to be: 309 Champlain Ave. 202 Fumton, CA g 433-7 WASHINGTON TacoPocket Cloverdale, CA 95425 The under- Une (714) s73.100st,]00rinn ChickenCassemle signed trustee disclas any 0800 By: E. Raul He - "" "- BREAKFAST Bisooit/Gravy liabiflty for any incorrectness of Trustee Sale 0fficef.J the property address and other 11/5 11/12 11119/97 jF 1 i, I