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Cloverdale, California
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Cloverdale Boulevard for a per- son apprehended by the Sonoma County Sheriffs Department with head trauma. Tuesday, January 14 Juveniles reportedly spray painting a signal box at Clover- dale Bouelvard and First Street. Officer was unable to locate them. CB radio reported stolen from a boat while parked at S. Clover- dale Blvd. Fast and Easy Mart reports a gas drive-off of $10.21 worth of gas. Wednesday, January 15 Bus stop at S. Cloverdale Bou- levard and Healdsburg Avenue vandalized. CHP requested a unit respond to Crocker Road for two horses in the roadway. Old Feed Store burglarized during the night--T28.13 in cash taken. Cloverdale Saw Shop reports seeing a subject looking in sev- eral mailboxes. 911 report of a subject at Tar- man Drive with an injured hand. Taken to HGH. Report of a suspicious person at N. Main St. Arturo Sanchez was arrested on a Mendocino County warrant. William Holt arrested at East First Street and Asti on a Men- docino County Warrant. Taken to County Jail. Thursday, January 16 Woman reports she was beat- en by her juvenile daughter. Friday, January 17 911 report of a vehicle acci- dent on US 101 and Dutcher Creek Road. Non-injury. Saturday, January 18 Visitor's car broken into at Butler Court and a pair of sun- glasses and leather jacket were stolen. Sunday, January 19 Quik Stop employee reported a man and a male juvenile stole some jerky. Report of a large water leak at the car wash. Report that Clover Market employees are detaining a Camp- bell man for shoplifting. Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas &'7///ISE HOMES & VINES (707) 894-54.37 "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones Classical Ballet Jazz Tap Tumbling Ages 3-Adult Beginning " & Advanced New Students-Enroll before January 31 st and receive your fist month free. Denise Devlin, Director 894-4057 424 Center St. Healdsburg, CA 95448 433-5597 In Myrna Linn Myrna Linn died at a Santa Rosa Hospital Jan. 14 at the 88. She owned and operated the Hi-Fi Drive-in for several Linn lived in Sonoma County for 40 years, including and Windsor. She was a native of Center Switch, ( A former member of the Cloverdale Citrus Fair Board of tors, Linn was also a life member of the Gold Ridge Order of the Eastern Star, and a member of the Business and Professional Women's Association. Myrna is survived by her husband, Carl Linn of daughters, Dianne Bryant of Windsor and Constance Fel Grants Pass, OR; her sons, Roy Hillburn of Portland, Rodger Hilburn of Windsor; 12 grandchildren; 12 dren; and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held at the Shiloh Public Windsor. Chris Bernard Chris Bernard, died at the age of 82 in a Santa injuries sustained when he drove his pick-up truck off hitting a highway sign and oak tree. Born in Philadelphia, Chris was actually raised in of Cloverdale. He worked as a plaster contractor for 25 Palo Alto and then moved to Alaska. Alr retiring ing business there, he returned and bought a ranch in and was a rancher for 25 years. His wife of seven years, Naomi Bernard of Yorkville, enjoyed hunting, fishing and gambling trips to Las Ve Reno, Nevada. He was married to his first wife, Susan Bernard for 471 Besides his second wife, Bernard is survived by his Lori Guy of Windsor; and stepson Jeff Dantzler No services were held at his request. Memorial preferred to favorite charities. WEA FHER JAN. 14 Hi: 45 Lo: 24 JAN. 18 Hi: 56 Lo: 40 JAN. 15 Hi: 44 Lo: 37 JAN. 19 Hi: 59 Lo: 49 JAN. 16 Hi: 49 Lo: 37 JAN. 20 Hi: 58 Lo:48 JAN. 17 Hi: 60 Lo:39 RAIN THIS YEAR 32.63 RAIN TO DATE LAST YEAR 18.07 , , ,, , ,,, ..... ,d ;i', I T FIDDL E TIME! i 22ND ANNUAL OLI) TL00IE FIDDLE CONTEST AND FESTIVAL Saturday, January 25 Produced by the Cloverdale Historical Society CLO1/EIDKLK CITRUS FAIROROUND, 1 Citrus Fair Dr. Dorothy V. Ramirez Dorothy V. Ramirez, entered into rest on Jan. 4, 1997 at of 60. She was the loving wife of the late Joseph Ramirez; mother of Maria Coleen Hammock and husband Gre Sacramento. Adored grandmother of Monica Mumaugh Sacramento. She is survived by her sister Oline Pinoli dale and her brother Wayne J. Pinoli of Santa Rosa. Mrs. was a life time member of VFW. If desired, memori may be made to Home Hospice of Sonoma County, 1110 N. Ave., Santa rosa, CA 95401. Friends are invited to a visitation on Monday, Jan. 20, Chapel of Fred Young and Company, Healdsburg, hours of 9 am and 2 pm with a funeral service commencing at Interment at Oak Mound Cemetery, Healdsburg 21, 1997 at 10 am. Jean Jean Audrey Avansino, age 72, entered into rest 1997. She is survived by her sons Bradley S. Avansino of and Brian J. Avansino of Colusa; Nancy Avansino, of and Linda D. Avansino of Colusa. She was preceded in death by her husband, Peter J. She is also survived by her brothers Danny George of Ohio, and Bob George of Port North, Florida. Sisters, Shirley of Gahanna, Ohio and Rita Ben of Bandero, Texas; children Melia, Andria and Peter Avansino and Jenna In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the ( Volunteer Firefighter's Equipment Fund. ,-- ..... Conflict of Int00 qhe safe way to double your bars Richards money is to fold it over once and put it in your pocket." Fire Board Contests begin at 10 AM & last until all have played & "Kin" (Frank MicKinney) Coby Richards, new! prizes awarded (approximatei),, 6 PM) Hubbard, Journalist to the Board of Directc Old Time Division sponsored lbY "/07 Timothy 894-2067 J" Ward, (mtg) Lawyer  --  trict, Cloverdale stepped Fire down  rotec becat..._ ' $6.50 Adults, $6 Seniors, $3 Kids 11 and under conflictofinterestduring$ session the Board held l ..ll Indoors! l'ee Patlltlg! ii:hinLeeoflRit Mioanrrhe_. Fr Infrmatlaa Col ...... g . g. city over the property ,_ -=,,e fer issue. ________ "A book is a mirror: When a Richards was informe%_ - mon00e, oo00s nno Cosec can look out." --Anon. TAX SEASON IS HERE! CLOVERDALE OFFICE SUPPLIES Your One Stop Tax Store! We do Tax Returns, 1099's and W2's l:orms, Forms, Forms! f Invites you to our Family Night, Wednesday, January 22. Enjoy Country Style Meat Loaf or Oven Roasted Chicken W/Apple Stuffing " for just $9.95 per person Tax. Includes soup, salad, and dessert (carmel apple upside down cake) .O-..O- Or, come to our International Menu Night, Thursday, January 23 and enjoy Italian Cuisine. Includes entree, soup, salad & dessert for just $9.95 per person +'r'= , 13401 S. Highway 101, Hopland -'" .......... '  " K, (707)744-1590 .- " salary from the City as a deputy in the Police during 1996. McLaughlin advised would be strictly up to to determine ifa conflict' that he could only law to him. The Act income from an entity more. Violation sidered to be a criminal Richards then self from attending session regarding the litigation although he tended a previous se garding this matter Dd fore he learned of the ca The District has not its petition asking the determine that the Cit gated to continue a prop transfer of $67,500 inde The City, while mak transfer this fiscal year, en the position that it W continue the transfer. It's going to watch and see he the meek can I earth after they il "Kin" (Frank MiC Hubbard,