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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, December 24, 1997 Public welcome to join in caroling at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd On Christmas Eve, December 24, the public is invited to participate in caroling and services at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. Caroling begins at 5 pro, and the service starts at 5:30. The celebrant is Father Don Longecker. The church is located at the comer of Broad and Main.. Specializin in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas, 00PADONI C#COMPANY REALTY (707) "Satisfaction Guaranteed?" Colleen Jones Blue Cross of California $40 Copay Plan Call 894-9550 Spoo Ck 40-49 72 117 95 5O-59 120 192 143 I ] 144 236 154 J ; Authorized Agent Prefemld Rain 1111/I)7 Fmtlily Sub4mrlbe+ 100 71 117 77 156 101 223 145 259 165 cXfarazaa .A00ada00 128 N Cloverdale Bird - Cloverdaie CA 95425 - Licens 0696864 Why Settle Less,? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office CALL US OR STOP BY! Century 21, Les Ryan Realty 894-5232 114 Lake St. OUR AGENTS WiUo Rose Bobble Lyons Ins Konik Camille Linn Don Sato American Red Cross Holiday Safety Tips * Be Cautious With Portable and Space Heaters - Place space heaters at least three feet ( one meter) away from anything combusti- ble, including wallpaper, bedding, clothing, pets, and people. Never leave space heaters operating when you are not in the room or when you go to bed. Don&apos;t leave children or pets unattended with space heaters and be sure everyone knows that drying wet mittens or other clothing over space heaters is a fire hazard. * Watch Your Wood Stove - Be sure your wood or coal stove bears the label of a recognized testing laboratory and meets local fire codes. Follow manufacturers' recommendations for proper use and mainte- nance. Chimney connections and chimney flues should be inspected at the beginning of each heating season and cleaned if necessary. Follow the same safety rules for wood stoves as you would for space heaters. Burn only wood, and be sure the wood stove is placed on an approved stove board to protect the floor from heat and hot coals. Be sure to check with your local fire department and check local codes before having your wood stove installed. * Cook With Care - When cooking, do no wear loose fitlg clothing. It can be ignited by hot burners. Always turn pot handles in. Don't store items on the stove top; they could catch fire. Keep kitchen appliances clean and in good condition, and turn them off after use. Don't overload electrical outlets, and don't use appliances with frayed or cracked wires. * Buckle Up - During the holiday months, people travel more than ever. Wearing a seat belt may prevent injury in a motor vehicle collision. Ensure that all passengers are also wearing safety belts. Please remember to seat children in the back seat of the car and in approved safety seats if younger than six years old, or according to local law. * Prepare a Winter Storm Plan - Have extra blankets on hand and ensure that each member of your household has a warm coat, gloves or mittens, hat, and water-resistant boots. Stay tuned for storm warnings by listening to NOAA Weather radio and your local radio and television stations for updated storm information. It is also important to have your car winterized before winter storm season. * Enroll in a First Aid & CPR Course - Although these tips can help prevent an emergency, it is also important to be prepared should an emergency situation arise. To enrollin a first aid or CPR course, contact your local American Red Cross in the white pages. e Bring in used greeting cards and help abused children Founded in 1966, St. Jude's Ranch for Children is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, residential facility for homeless, abused, abandoned and troubled children and teens from across the United States. Every year they ask people to send them the FRONTS of attractive use.d greeting cards they have received over the holidays. The chil- dren staying at the ranch recycle the fronts, and make new greeting rds out of them, and sell them to make a little extra money.  yeartClovevdaregident Lynn Klauda is mu:e.asa offering to maid'everyone's greeting cards to St:Jude's, Those interested in helping this worthwhile cause, can drop the FRONTS ONLY of their Christmas cards at the Cloverdale Reveille office. Klauda will pick up the whole batch on Jan, 31 and send them off. Located in the hills above Lake Mead, the whole purpose of the serene place is to provide a haven for children to find the love and nurturing they have been denied. The children who go to St. fude's have experienced neglect, home- Santa's coming to town and you don't know what to get for that man or woman on your list who has a love for the great outdoors. If they haven't dropped any hints your way, they can be tough to buy for. An easy gift is a 1998 California fishing license. This year's cost will put you back $46.50 for the license and all the stamps. The license itself will cost $27.05 and may be the best way to go if you are not sure which stamps will be needed. They can always be picked up later. If you know which activities or types of fish they like to go after, a trip to your local dealer should offer a knowledgeable salesper- son who can help you with sug- gestions. Local dealers know what's happening in your area and help make sure you don't come home with a chukar. Buying a new rod or reel is a tough choice as so many who fish have personal preferences with brands, sizes etc. A gift certificate would solve this problem. Duck hunters had a great shoot last Wednesday on most public shooting areas in the Sacramento Valley. There were good reports from Delevan, Sutter and Colusa. Bird averages were close to four per hunter with some geese help- ing drive up this number. Hunting slowed for the week- end but it should be good from now until the end of the season. Hunters should be aware that hunting for white-fronted geese is now closed in the Sacramento val- ley. The only geese you can shoot in the valley are Ross and Snows. The season ends for both ducks and geese Jan. 18. Reservation cards need to arrive at Fish and Game by the end of December to be eligible for the draw on the last weekend. If you don't know how to fill out these cards ask your dealer and he will walk you through the process. Fishing has been dampened by the rains. There has been a winter sarnx atch on the north coast and very rough seas. Most all local rivers are blown out and will need a break in the rain to become fishable. Some reports said fish were com- ing out of the Smith and Chetco. The salmon run on the Chetco has ) m I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I | lessness abandonment as well as mental, sexual and physical slowed down and the first steel- t m [ OloverdaleTelephone I ..o,e or head are starting to show. Your Special education programs involving individual and group coun- best bet may be to try catfish in L I seling, therapy, and craft training and life skills development, Lake Mendocino. Big cats can be Directory Listings i provide a well rounded program that is dectecl toward addressing caught on anchovies or night- the emotional trauma the children have experienced, crawlers. Look for spots where [  ' Together with the family-like atmosphere the children live in, St. runoff is flowing into the lake. New Listing or Listing Change for 1098 Directory Jude s is able to help them overcome the damaging effects of their I I abuse. Betty Woodnng I! Please place a check mark in the appropriate box/ I " I I *New Numberr-! **Corrected Listing r--] [ American Legion. Santa herfetedBettYhilltopWoodringathomelUncheonincloverdale is moving fromand I ! I Name : seesoverl00chuldren | As an active member of the I Address  I Green Thumb Garden Club she I opted her home for meetings and Phbne Number \\; *If you have changed your Phone Number from the 1997 Cloverdale Telephone Directory use this form to indicate your new number. **If your number in the 1997 Directory was incorrect use this form to correct it. I Over 100 children of all ages visited with Santa at the Veteran's Memorial Building on Sunday. Each child had their picture taken I with Santa and received a candycane and gift. The Cloverdale Fire I Department Volunteers were on hand with the antique fire truck to I give rides to the children. A fine time was had by all and Santa is I looking forward to his next visit on Christmas Eve. The Cloverdale American Legion Post sponsored the event and was assisted by the I Legion Auxiliary. The free photos may be picked up Tuesday at the I Cloverdale Computer Center, 112 N. Cloverdale Boulevard. SEND THIS FORM TO THE CLOVERDALE REVEILLE PO BOX 157, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 IIIIII lll'lllIIIllllll] shared her collections with the Group. Betty is a collector of De- pression glass and of glass bas- kets. She was treasurer of the Garden Club for many years. In addition, she contributed plants and helped in various ways to make the annu- al Spring plant sale so successful. She served as President of the Clo- verdale Women's Improvement Club from 1992 to 1996. A special brunch was hosted by the Garden and Women's clubs in Betty's honor at the home of Millie Laudie. City of Cloverdale California NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR CITRUS ENTRY PARCEL Sealed proposals will ceived at the office of the Clerk, City Hall, 124 N. verdale Blvd., 95425 General Work Descri Install landsc and provide maintenanc one year Bids will be received hour of 2._L0..Q p.m. 20, 1998 at which time .. will be publicly read aloud in the Cit Chambers at City Hall. bids will be referred ,, Cloverdale City consideration. The Contractor shall t a Class C-27 license time bids are received I 894-4 cty. p---.- t Bids are required for tla tire work described h JONI This contract is subjeCt,-m" I State contract nondiscri" ' ,v,., t tion and compliance resoffurn ments pursuant to Goats,he Tent Code, Section 12//L,ESTII/- Each bid shall be accoP hvery. B! ti nied by a certified or ca.--"" check payable to the Cloverdale or a satisf bid bond in favor of the qlv  A Cloverdale executed b u bidder as principal, and LL 8 . isfactory surety compap=_l  surety, in an amount no[Pl" [| than 10% of the maxL amount of the bid. The d -- ., or bid bond shall be giv a guarantee that the tl shall execute the contd awarded to him, in confd t ith the contract docud and shall provide the tory performance bonc(RVF t labor and rnatenal boctz-":- neeDs 100% of the contract.K o.mn j'- I t" conditioned upon the o." performance of said co,.o-,-,c said bonds to be pro t" within ten (I0) days aftl" tification of the award uCYoT. tract to the bidder. Plans, specifications aN/, 22 R documents may be obgine. I for a non-refundable  or bes $25 at the office of tl-Must s( Engineer of the City OL...__.- verdale, 124 N. Clove Blvd., PO Box 217, 0 CA 95425, (70L___  dale, 1701. The successful l- shall furnish a paymenPA '83 and a performance bosome  Notice is further give2765. pursuant to Section the California Gover Code, the Contractor I" mitted to substitute se for any monies withhi the City to ensure i mance under a contrl the request and expe the Contractor, sec ........ Healdsburg,Geyserville DIRECTORY SILVEIRA I BODY SHOP I AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS I ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES I & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. I 985 I-lealdsburg Ave. I I-lealdsburg 433"2424 I JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On =!1 Foreign & Dormmtk: - CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 230R=dwoodlZ.-Gmrvm GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 J leto's New and Reconditioned Appllences Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. Healdburg I FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS I I I IIIIIII Holiday Cheer to All we appreciate the opportunity to be of service to you. Ted Ethcrlg Edward Jones 144 Matheson St., Healdsburg 433-7827 www.edwardjones.com Serving Individual Invcsors Since 1871 equivalent to the amoul held shall be deposite the City or with State eralty chartered bank escrow agent, who sh pay such monies to th tract. Upon satisf." completion of the co the secudties shall I turned to the Contract( cudties eligible for inve. = shall include those lis Section 16430 of the nia Government Code o or savings and loan cates of deposit. Th( Vactor shall be the bet owner of any secudtie stituted for monies wi and shall receive any ir thereon. Pursuant to Section 1 seq. and 1770 et seq., Labor Code of the S! California, the successi der shall pay not less th prevailing rate of per wages as determined I Directors of the Call Department of Industd lations. Copies of su0 vailing rata of per diem w are on file in the pdncil rice of the City of Clov to which reference is I made for further partit Said prevailing rate, diem wages shall be available to any inte party on request. Th( cessful bidder shall [ "copy of such determin at each job site. Said City Council ra. the dght to reject any bids and to determine proposal is the lowest I responsible bidder. No bidder may withdnl bid for a penod of ninel days after the date setI opening of bids. i DATED: This 15th < December, 1997 ] CITY OF CLOVERDA State of California By CITY ENGINEER #170 Dec. 24, '97 lORE p W$150 ing rm emnd. 8944 RAU( plu00 C )me s( Lyttor lilt DOF pllam Giant 00 Lytl 8 u Vftto 2 = . =,range 2-40 elll K FIR IIEE DI 10. 2/3 ;00s0. 1 894-