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.=w street ;Ins for Lrrnan area .Street signs will soon be ap- m the Tarman neighborhood, 10r of Public Works Fred e told the City Council Jan. 23. or Erlene Pell, who had urged to undertake this project, lie was very glad to hear the 42 40 33 borhCOmmented, however, that a ood Watch plan would be tilent idea in this area as a way Vent vandals from destroying w. signs.This has been an ongo- blem for the City and is a very Cloverdale High =J,a-t t. t, 3.M- One, she pointed out. School to our m3ops in the Gulfi t.m y, =,,it=  Pell, prior to the close of uay nights meeting, ex- naledherFireappreciati°nDepartment person-t° the Citrus Fair talent contestants put out the flags and yellow t in support of troops in the etrlast week. The other Coun- bers added their commenda- 22 63 23 63 24 59 25 54 35 26 52 33 27 52 35 211 S$ 37 A salute from still have time to beat the deadline Feb. 1 to enter to Oran Orange and Lily Lemon competition at this year&apos;s Citrus Fair. Talented folks, from children to adults, are welcome to enter the Talent Contest. Whether you sing, dance, play a musical instrument, or whatever, get your entries in before the deadline, Friday, Feb. 1. Entry forms are available in the Citrus Fair office. All competitions will be held on the opening day of tim Fair, Friday, Feb. 15, beginning at 10a.m. For more information,call 894-3992. Local babies are invited to enter this year's Diaper Derby and crawl their way across the Citrus Fair stage to victory. All participants will re- ceive a box of diapers and a ribbon. The winner will also receive a tro- phy. Deadline for entries has been ex- tended to Thurs., Feb. 14. A limited number of entries will be accepted on Fri., Feb. 15, before the 10 a.m. Diaper Derby competition. Oran and Lily, where are you? Cloverdale youngsters between the ages of 3 and 5 have until Friday, Seniors to learn about living trusts The Senior Citizens Club monthly potluck will be held at the Vets Building on Wed., Feb. 13 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Guest speakers will explain living trusts, which take the place of wills and do not have to be probated. Everyone is asked to bring a Have a comment or complaint about a high school sports story appearing in the Reveille? A story suggestion? Call Reveille sports writer Brian Sumpter at 894-2147 and let him know. Brian is available most morn- ings, but if he's not home, please leave a message on his answering machine. Your input is greatly appreciated. JC warns of Jdulent survey ta conducting a "sex" survey hone and assuring his sub- he r ep, resents Santa Rosa Colleges Psychology De- t is, in fact, operating on his e is no such survey being- red by SRJC", a campus taid last week. .s Campus Pohce Dept. re- *ee complaints in two days Omen who have been called Ilan who says he represents iege and would like their help l)ieting a sex survey. Police Chief Terry Ste- mging people who receive to hang up and report the Ihe police. I a criminaloffense to make .lanuarv 30.1991 POLICE LOG Monday, Jan. 21 Three men arrested at City Park on suspicion of public drunkenness. Attempted burglary via front door at business 100 beck N. Clo- verdale Blvd. Man arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at Sciaini's. Resident reports vandalism to a walkway light at Cloverdale Mead- ows. Woman arrested in front of Wal- lace House on suspicion of drunken driving. Tuesday, Jan. 22 Healdsburg man arrested on suspicion of drunken driving at US 101 & Kelly Rd. Non injury traffic accident US 101 & E. 3rd Street. Front screen door cut and ripped at residence on W. 2nd St. Wednesday, Jan. 23 Arson fire reported in restroom at Washington School. Boys white 10-speed bike found in front of residence 32000 block Hwy 128. Nine juveniles reportedly throw- ing rocks at Washington School. Officer issued warnings and sent them home. Fire Dept. responded to US101 & Hwy 128 for flames from garbage burn. Sunnyvale man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving at US I01 & 1st St. Man arrested on suspicion of assault. Thursday, Jan. 24 Loud music disturbing the peace on Commercial. Large Border collie, black male, with brown collar found on Clover- dale Blvd. Woman reports juvenile'son vic- tim of robbery. Santa Rosa man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving on Cherry Creek. Vehicle vs. pedestrian 100 block E. 1st St. Injured person refused medical assistance. Sought private transport to hospital. Family dispute on Din& Man transported by Cloverdale Ambu- lance to Healdsburg General Hospi- tal with possible broken legs. Friday, Jan. 25 Loud music disturbing the peace 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Chimney fire at residence 28000 block River Road. Non injury traffic accident in front of Beacon Station. Loud music disturbing the peace 100 block E. 1st St. Out of control fire in t'ue place 400 block W. 1st St. Saturday, Jan. 26 Verbal dispute at residence on East St. Tools, etc., taken from City Corp Yard storage unit. Man with a weapon arrested on suspicion of assault with intent to cause great bodily harm. Verbal dispute on S. Washington Sunday, Jan. 27 Sign vandalized and birds re- leased from cage by three juveniles on Vista View. American Flag taken from front porch of residence on N. Clover- dale Blvd. Deadline for Citrus Fair's 4-H entries moved to Feb. 6 The Cloverdale Citrus Fair 4-H shack duringtheFair. Both theClo- Department is busy getting ready verdale 4-H Club and the North for the 89th Annual Fair. The theme County 4-H Club will provide the Ins," he said. valentine in an envelope to be of "Magical Days and Mystical security for thebuildingand will be • Bumper & Bantam friends and members at Knights" will be evident throughout on hand to answer any questions Manzanita. Be sure to bring your the fair grounds including the 4-H about 4-H. bulldm Th I Bowlers update own table service and a dish to share. " "g- e entry deadline for the 4-H Burnside Hallwillbetransformed Department has been moved to into a magical medieval town host- Feb. 6th. The entries must be | Bumper Bowlers of the Week ing the many exhibits produced by checked in on Tues., Feb. 12 be- t. -.I were Patricia Davis 72 & 59, Nadia " overly t ' Sonoma and Mendocino County tween the hoursof9 a.m. and8 p.m. 4 Konik 70 & 78, Ian Jones 105, 87, L------ If-- 0piG 4-Hmembers. Outside will be show- The judging will happen the next '.:1 Stephanie Jones 56 & 85, Kagen cased PygmyGoatson Saturday and day.  f  Davis,JennaPrieskorn91&74,Jana for WIC meeting Navajo Churro Sheep on Sunday. If you have any questions regard- "l Schweitzer 90 & 89, Nick Yaeger 89 The Cloverdale 4-H Club will sell ing the 4-H Department, please cult 1 & 84, Robbie Prieskorn 71 & 79, The Woman's Improvement Club various food items from the snack Lou Thompson at 894.3992. %  I Chad Prieskorn 83 & 71, Christina of Cloverdale will hold its monthly 1 Nunoz 63, James Nunoz 86, Janessa meeting on Wed., Feb. 6 at 1 p.m. in 1 Johnson69,ChristinaGriffith84and the Pat Hare Room of the Clover- It"! |Evan Vansant 87. dale Regional Library. Little League s,u n-ups announced 1 Bantam BowlersoftheWeek were Librarian Catherine Bassett will / ISulemaGonzalez, ZitaKonik, Katie be this month s guest speaker. Ms. Sign ups for the 1991 Little $50 for 2 or more players in a <'l Gunnink and Sarah Graddy. First Bassett w!ll speak on the history of League baseball season will be family. - I Place went to the 1990 Niners with Valentine s Day. held on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 1991, at Players signing up for the ' I Kara Bogner, Katie Gunnink and Hostesses for the afternoon will Washington School, Rm. 9, from FIRST time must show a CERTI- . I Erika Shipley. he Li Keiser and Ellie Flynn. 7 to 8:30 p.m. FlED (county issued) birth eertifi- All interested community mem- This sign-up date is for ALL cite when registering. l hers are cordially invited to attend leagues-T-Ball, Minors, Majorsand Physicals will also he required Chamber compiling this or any other WIC meeting. Seniors. this year for all players. Moreinfor- • For more information, please con- Fees for this year will remain the marion on this new requirement  '[ "Members 0nly" list Louise Morris at 894-3663. same as last year- $30 for 1 player, will be available during signups. ,l The Cloverdale Chamber of I Commerce is currently putting ,tO:, /;k ral Friends "-" El gether a series of "Members Only y listings which will be used to re- "r" ,.,.J,-,,, )] iC4 spend to the thousands of inquiries to meet .ue=uay l we receive yearly from visitors, as t b | well as from families wanting to The Cloverdale Friends of the J | relocate to Cloverdale. The initial Library will hold a meeting on | listings will include Restaurants, Tues., Feb. 5, at 1 p.m. in the Pat |1 l lPIL, | Lodging and Realtors. Hare Room of the Cloverdale kl Please send your membership Library. [| dues in, along with any updates of Final plans for the upcoming '| information. "We want to include Spring Art Show will be discussed. l everyone! says Executive Director Members are encouraged to attend. ! Linda Brown. For more information, please call | For further information, call 894- President Jaclyn Owsley at 894-  1 4470. 5082. i , I In Cloverdale [ IT'S NOT TOO LATE ,,,, ,, ,oo00,o:oo.00 7158 ART 14A BEG PAINTING Th 7:00prn-10:00pm 7159 ART 14B INT PAINTING Th 7:0-10:00pm TO PARTICIPATE! EMERGENCy716° ART 140MEDICAL ADV PAINTINGcARE Th 7:00pm-10:00pm 6705 EMC 275R EMT I - REFRESHER SAT 8.Oam-5:00pm (3/23/23) ENGUSH 7161 ENGL 706 ENGL SKILLS WRKSHP Tl'h 6:00pro- 9:00pm PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7162 PE 116.1 BASKETBALL - BEG W 7:00pm- 9.OOpm 1991 Citrus Fair Parade ,:0o.m,0:00.00 , 7163 PE 150.1 AEROBIC DANCE - BEG MTh 7:30pro- 8:30pro 7164 PE 161.1 B@DY MECH - BEG MTh 6:00pro- 7.130pm Saturday l ln Geyserville ] ENGLISH February 16 1991 7170 ENGLT06 ENGUSHSKILLS 7171 ENGL 706 ENGLISH SKILLS 11 a.m. Only $5 per unit fo California residentl up to a maximum of $50 per semester. (Ale studenm pay a Health Servieoa fee.) LOCATIONS Entry forms available at the c.s ................ co.,,.h so.  n ck,.,,, a. CLOFD ............ CIoerdale Fire Depann,a, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Citrus Fair Office, the Cioverdale Reveille and cto QR .......... c,,.,0. c,,ano. at Reuser, Inc. CLOVET .......... Clordale Veran's Bide 205 W. 1st • : : GEP ................ Geysen¢ille Ed Park, Moody Lane .i Information: 894-4224 II Cloverdale Reveille page 5 Duplicate Bridge results Winners at the Cloverdale Dupli- cate Bridge Club play on Jan. 24 were: First, Galeon Schoenthal and George Stun, second, Stew Trimble and Wade Koeninger, third, Julie and Dick Eschenbach and tied for fourth, Jane Wilsey and Ed Weisner and Luciile Sink and Mac Schaeffer. The next play will be on Thurs., Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. United Church open daily for prayers 8, meditation Pastor Gayle Wiring announced last week that the sanctuary of the United Church of Cloverdale will he open every evening from 5-6 p.m. for the duration of the Gulf War. Anyone needing a quiet place to pray, mediate or share their con- cerns in a supportive environment is welcome. Chamber seeks list of Cloverdale Clubs and Organizations The Cloverdale Chamber of Com- merce is currently putting together its Cloverdale Clubs & Organiza- tions list. If your organization would like to he included, please take a minute to send the following information to the Chamber ASAP: l)Organization Name & Mailing Address, 2) Con- tact Name 3) Meeting Place, 4) Meeting Day, 5) Meeting Time, 6) Contact Phone. Deadline for receipt of informa- tion is February 28. All non-profit service organiza- tions that support the mission and goals of the Chamber of Commerce are encouraged to join its member- ship as associate members. Associ- ate member dues have been set at $45 per year. For further information, call 894- 4470. FREE FOOT EXAMS are now being offered for a limitedtime* by Dr. Jonathan B. Kreeger Disorders, Diseases, Injuries and Surgery of the Foot and Ankle Cloverdale Medical Building 100 W. Third Street Cloverdale Call for appt. 894-2566 * through February, 1991 CHS-18 1.5 0H18 1.5 CHS-18 1.5 CHS-18 1.5 CLO FD 2.0 CHS-9 .0 OIlS-GYM 1.0 CLOVET 1.0 CLO GR 1.0 CLO GR 1.0 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm GEP-7 0.0 TTh 6:00pm*9.1)0pm GEP-4 0.0 II I For registration information, call 527-4685 Over 1,200 courses available this Spring/