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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, January 8, 1997 Teen Court in Santa Rosa convenes 1/15 Are you a teenager interested in the law? Are you good at making your point? Are you looking for a way to get involved in the community? Then Teen Court is the place for you. Teen Court is about the youth community being part of the so- lution. Routes for Youth is hold- ing its first Teen Court training for the 1997 year Wednesday, Jan. 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Routes For Youth offices, 3650 Standish Ave., Santa Rosa. At the training local attorneys and current Teen Court attor- neys will inform participants about courtroom procedure and juvenile law. Specifics will be taught on how the local Teen Court system works. Light refreshments will be served. If you are interested call and sign up with Teen Court Coordi- nator, Chatty Himphayvanh at 585-6810. Applicants needed for airport committee The City of Cloverdale is cur- rently seeking applicants to serve on an Airport Committee. The purpose of the Committee is to review the Airport Master Plan and current operations at the Airport and make recommenda- tions in a report to the Economic Development Commission and Council. The Committee mem- bership will consist of five mem- bers. Current affiliation with the airport is not a requirement. Individuals interested in seek- ing the position should complete an application with the City Clerk no later than Thursday, January 16, 1997 at 5 pm. i00!iiiiiiiiiii00ii000000iiiiii0000000000iiiiiii00i00ii00i!iiiii!0000iii00iii00!!iii0000Ji!ii0000i00ii00!iiii000000i00iii9iiiiiiiii00!iiii00!ii00i00!ii00000000iiiF0000i0000i00!000000iiii0000:0000000000S00iii Friday, December 27 911 report of vehicle over the embankment approximately 4 miles outon Highway 128. Emer- gency responders were unable to locate anyone. Report of six white propane cylinders taken from Quick Stop between Dec. 26-27. Ambulance requested for mu- tual aid for injury accident at US 101 and Squaw Rock. 911 report of a fight in front of Longs. One man and five juve- niles counseled. 911 report of a subject with a facial laceration at Clover Su- permarket. He was arrested for petty theft and being drunk in public. Man reported he was beaten up by another man inside the Washing Well Laundromat. Saturday, December 28 Officer discovered a stolen ve- hicle out of Ukiah parked at the McDonald&apos;s parking lot. Sunday, December 29 Report of flooding on East Third Street, West First Street and Orange Drive. Report of a tire slashed on a vehicle parked at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Longs 'Drugs reports having two shoplifters in custody. They were cited to appear. Monday, December 30 Washington School reports the gym door was vandalized. Tarman business vandalized. Sonoma County Sheriff re- quests back-up unit for possible grand theft at Riverside Drive. Report of flooding at East Third and Orange Drive. Tuesday, December 31 Cloverdale Food Center bur- glarized during the night. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: Saving Thousands of Dollars on Probate Fees? Protecting Your Home, Farm, Ranch, or Business from Estate Taxes? Protecting Your Life Savings from Medical Government Liens? Get the answers to these and other critical questions at our monthly one hour free financial seminars. Presented by Cloverdale's Estate Planning Professionals: TIMOTHY J. WARD JOHN M. YEPIZ, CFP Lawyer Associated Planners Investment Advisory, Inc. INS LIC 0667382 [,J_i[L January 16, 1997 at 7:30 pm. 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Ste 5. Call 894-9085 for more information. Seating is Limited. Fast and Easy reports a vehi- cle is parked on their fuel tank cover and they are unable to fill the tank. The vehicle was moved. Wednesday, January 1 Penny Fair reports having a female shoplifter in custody. Parent reports a vehicle ap- proached her children and pos- sibly tried to sell or give them drugs in front of her home. Man reports finding a wallet belonging to a woman in his mailbox at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Man reports juveniles shoot- ing bottle rockets out of the win- dow of their residence on Blair Street. They were warned and advised. Thursday, January 2 Man reports he was bitten by a dog at Chelsea Circle. Group of juveniles reportedly destroyed an Oaks Motel sign. Report of a male juvenile with a can of beer in his back pocket at the Quik Stop. He was arrest- ed for possession of marijuana. Friday, January 3 Hamburger Ranch burglarized during the night. Cloverdale Library vandalized. Cloverdale Floor and Window Coverings vandalized. Woman reports her car was vandalized while parked at the Cloverdale Library. Man arrested for being drunk in public, and a warrant. Cited to appear. Man arrested for possession of a concealed weapon. Saturday, January 4 911 request for an ambulance for a female feeling weak at East First Street. Taken to HGH. Sunday, January 5 Man at Monaco reported some- one threw eggs at his car. Mulberry Street resident re- ports his stereo and sunglasses were stolen from his vehicle. Advertise in the Cloverdale Directory for just $12 a week* & get a story and a photo too! 3 Month CoflvldleBet ImNmum 1 965 Ford Mustang Convertible DRAWING FEBRUARY 14, 1997- 10 PH QUALIFY WITH Video 8-Line 7-8-9 of a Kind Video Poker 4 of a Kind or Better ShoKaWah "21" Natural 21 Bingo Any Bingo Winner Medical re]rack start rc00, I I III I MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN-MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE WlTH VALID DRIVER From New Year's Day 1 / I/97 until 9:45 pm February 14, 1997 you can qualify to enter to win this classic beauty with any of the jackpots, hands or bingo listed. On Valentine's Day one lucky winner will drive it away! i iii HOPLAND ,HO-KA-WSH CASINO Take Hwy 101 to Hwy 175 in Hopland 707/744-1395 LICENSEAIIUST PRESEN[ PHOTO ID TO CLAIM-DECISION OF SHIFT MANAGER FINAL- MUST HAVE QUALIFYING JACKPOT, HAND OR BINGO TO ENTER-ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PER OUALIFYING JACKPOT. HAND OR BINGO. SHOKAWAH RESERVES THE ,  RIGHT TO MODIFY OR DISCONTINUE CONTEST AT ANY TIME. EMPLOYEES OF THE SHOKAWAH CASINO AND THEIR, IMMEDIATE, FAMILIES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO W1N. State of emergency declared in City On']'an. 1, 1997 at 9:20 am, Bob Perrah[t, Cloverdale's City Manager issued a proclamation declaring the existence of a local emergency in the City of Clover- dale. The proclamation was made as a result of storm impacts on the City. These impacts were related to several days of inun- dating rain. Since December 30, 1996, the City Public Works Crew logged nearly sixty hours in over- time. Most of their attention was focused on mitigating local street flooding and cleaning storm drains. Specific streets within the City that were impacted in- clude East and West Third Street, West First Street, and Franklin Street. At this time, no peivate property damage has been brought to the City's atten- tion. According to Perrault, the impacts from the storm might have been more significant if it had not been for the preventa- tive maintenance work per- formed by the Public Works Department during the summer and fall months on storm drains and local streams. An additional concern for City staff was the Wastewater Treat- ment Plan. As of January 1, 1997, the plant was nearing capacity due to the inflow of storm water, and it was feared that the City might need to discharge treated wastewater to the Russian Riv- er. Percolation ponds located at the plant have a maximum stor- age capacity of 36 million gal- lons. Plant operator Tony Villa, estimated storage of waste wa- ter reached approximately million gallons during the event. With the steadily ing weather conditions, now predicting that will be unneccesary. Due to the recent corn of the Water Treatment the City's drinking water remained safe. During storms, the City issue "Boil Water the inability of the City's to adequately treat turbid ters. This situation has eliminated with the new construction. The Council conducted a special meetin Friday, January 3, 1997, updated on the storm's im on the City of Cloverdale ratify the actions taken by City Manager. :i:!:::i:!::i ::: : : ? i:: : : i : :{::i:: !:!:>: ;: i: :i i?:i:::! <ii? Sara Egan (Vadon) Schindler Sara Egan (Vadon) Schindler Sara Egan (Vadon) Schindler, 19, died Dec. 24 in Guerneville. She was the daughter of Tom and Lynn Vadon, sister of Heath- er Young and husband Gabe, Renee, Trina and brother Travis Vadon; uncles and aunts, Tim and Kathy Vadon, Ted and Lin- da Vadon, Mary Mullane, Marie Hill and son, Jimmy and daugh- ter, Kathy and her two children, Jake and Penney Hill; cousins Tiffany, Alicyson, Taylor, Brita- ny, Stephen, Cindy, Sandy and families; grandparents, Jim and Betty Jean Vadon of Cloverdale; Florence Taylor of Texas. A life long resident of Forestville, graduate of E1 Moli- no High. Sara loved the ocean, poetry and people. She entered this world rough an d tough. Her baby smile was the sun at its bright- est. Her eyes how they twinkled. Her sisters always called her their little dare devil. Her teen- age years were full of friends and dreams. Then turned to cha- os and confusion. Now she is at peace and can reason why. She doesn't have to cry. She knows how to fly._ Her remains were scattered at Salmon Creek on Jan. 5. Dona- tions may be given to Opportu- nity House, e/o Community Support Network, 1430 Guerneville Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403. Lena DeMarcantonio Lena DeMarcantonio passed away in her home on Jan. 1, A native of California, she was born in Cloverdale on April 4, 1 to Lena and Emil Band]era. Lena was the devoted and loving of the late Anthony DeMarcantonio, adored mother of Dark Sheehan of Citrus Heights and of the late Anthony Jr. She was the cherished grandmother of Matthew and han both of Citrus Heights; loved by her daughter-in-law Spelbring of Healdsburg; beloved sister of the late Norma and survived by her brother Ralo Band]era of Cloverdale, her sisterAmelia Bilbro of Cloverdale and si ster-in-law Then of Santa Rosa. She was also a dear aunt to numerous nephews and Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 6 at St. Peter's Cath Church at 10 am. For those desiring to do so, contributions made to any appropriate charity honoring children (Make Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, etc) or animals County Humane Society) in accordance with Lee's deep both. Arrangements under the direction of Fred Young and Com Healdsburg/Cloverdale Jack La "ry Powell Jack Larry Powell, 63, died Dec. 31, 1996 at his home Vancouver, WA, He was a lumber broker and formerly lived! Cloverdale. Jack is survived by his wife Patricia; three daughtd Jacquie Powell of Arcata; Brenda Powell St]filer of Santa Rosa; Noreen Powell Olson also of Santa Rosa; two brothers Sara] Powell of Watsonville, CA, Tom-Powell of Campbell, CA; and# sister, Doris Knowlton of Auburry, CA. He is also survived by nine grandchildren and one great-gr son. He was preceded in death by his brother Claude Powell and grandson David. He belonged to the Hoo-Hoo Club of Portland, Oregon. A me rial service will be held on Saturday, Jan. 4, at 1 pm at Vancou' Funeral Chapel. Memorial contributions may be sent to Hos Southwest, PC Box 1600, Vancouver, WA 98668. WEATHER JAN. 1 Hi: 62 Lo:54 JAN. 2 Hi: 62 Lo:54 JAN. 3 Hi: 62 Lo:48 JAN. 4 Hi: 47 Lo:36 JAN. 5 Hi: 50 Lo:34 JAN. 6 Hi: 56 Lo:34 RAIN TO DATE LAST YEAR 13.26 RAIN TO DATE THIS YEAR: 31.98 Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas SP@gNI &'7/FISE HOMES & VINES (707) 894-5437 "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones 'esi( edJ mte alp ly, Woo Cloverdale Senior Activities Program horin has openings C]overdale Senior Day Acti I.,cor ties Program has openings t'ket elderstoattendthislicensedc ] care program held each Fric nee from 9:30 am to 1:30 pro.  voL Licensed day care facilities  } ate in Healdsburg, Sebastopol, S@  | for ma and Cloverdale under t lltab Council of Aging umbrella. F_  non: senior day care is unique to .hos clients it serves, do( The day begins with disc th sion of thoughts for the day. ye the day moves on simple ch | m exercises are performed to t y a limit of abilities. Special ent tainment which may incl singing, preschool visitati speakers with topics to shs =s and bingo. There is a nomil fee and appropriate elderly %. welcomed. tx Coordinators of the progr 1 A in Cloverdale are June No 11: and Marge Collingwood. C t Cloverdale Senior Center at 81. tur 4826 for information and ref r ral or 1-800-675-0143 at Council on Aging Office. ' ( ' mic, "If you want to know wt D God thinks about moneJ tl look at some of the pe J He gives it ti WE BUY OLD oltjen DIAIV PEARLSI 424 Center Street American Heart