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Woman reports she was beat- :en up by a juvenile girl on Citrus Fair Drive, Jan. 30. Tuesday, February 4 Report of a female subject vomiting and screaming on High- way 128. Taken to HGH. : Chevron reports receiving an altered $1 bill on Saturday. Man reports a burglary within the past ten days--9 mm Smith and Wesson taken, but recov- ered, as well as change and li- quor. Under investigation. Wednesday, February 5 Ambulance requested for a :male diabetic, unresponsive, at Clark Avenue. Taken to HGH. Thursday, February 6 Woman reports a child is pos- sibly in the trunk of a vehicle just leaving Clover Market. Of- ricer located vehicle and report- ed no one had been in the trunk. Frlday, February 7 Quik Stop reports petty theft of cash from the store. juveniles drinking in the park ing lot. Gone on officer's arrival. Saturday, February 8 Report of a choking subject at Redwood Highway residence. Non-transport. Sunday, February 9 Report of juveniles playing with fire in a field at the end of Monaco Circle They were warned and advised. Report of a major water leak on Kings Ridge Road. Washington School 8th grader a hero Victor Sanchez, a 14-year-old Cloverdale resident and Wash- ington School eighth grader came to the rescue Feb. 8, when his 64-year-old neighbor began choking on a piece of food. Don McMichael was nearing unconsciousness when his wife Mary's pleas for help reached Sanchez ears. Sanchez raced to the McMichael's apartment and applied the Heimlich maneuver, saving McMichaers life. The Sanchez and McMichael families are neighbors on Red- wood Highway. About a month ago, Dog McMichael taught the Sanchez's the Heimlich maneu- Santa Rosa Junior College offers trip to Italy' ;.major wine regions and cultu 'ai Centers Santa Rosa Junior College serve David grand in scale, fine Hans Meier in detail, viewing audiences need no further convincing of the ge- nius of Michelangelo. The local tour of this infamous city in the region of Tuscany delights the senses with other significant works; the Duomo, Giotto's Bell Tower, Signoria Square and San- ta Croce. From Tuscany, there is a visit to Rome, the Eternal City. The Forum, the Coliseum, St. Pe- ter's Basilica, and Venice Square offering the visitor the chance to live the culture of Italy The Fi- esta di Saluzzo breaks the barri- ers of time and takes you back into the age of the Renaissance. Experience Italy with the medi- eval celebration in Saluzzo, a little town located 30 km from Alba in the heart of Piedmonte wine region. Deposits for the trip have al- ready come in to Santa Rosa Junior College. If interested in partnering with Experience Ita- ly, presents a tour of the major wine regions and cultural cen- ters (Rome, Florence; and Ven- ice) of Italy May 31-June 12, 1997. This wine and cultural tour is a two unit summer semester course Field Study of Wine Re- gions and Cultural Influences of Italy (AG 270.39) taught by San- ta Rosa Junior College Professor and Agribusiness]Winemarket- ing Coordinator Bob Fraser. Cloverdale resident Fraser is also coordinator of the Clover- dale Citrus Fair Wine Judging and Show. The course includes visiting the wine regions of Chiani, Valpolicella, and Pied- monte; grape varieties of Nebbi- olo, Barbera, and Sangiovese, and wines of Barolo, Barbares- co, Veneto, Lazio, and Tuscany. Wine tours and tastings of Anti- nori, Barone Ricasoli, and Fon- tanafredda to name a few of the the trip, contact Bob Fraser as soon as possible for space is lim- ited. The price of $3200 includes round trip air from west-coast gateway; Italian four star ho- tels; breakfast and major meal daily; deluxe air-conditioned pri- vate motor coach; entrance fees 15 wineries on the itinerary, cre- ate a rich learning experience. The Santa Rosa Junior Col- lege course investigates the cul- tural influences of Italy by visits to Florence, Venice, Rome, Ve- rona, Alba, Turin, Como, Stresa, Lugano, Saluzzo, and Rapallo. Saturday, February 8 ver when a member of their fam- In the heart of Venice you'll in Venice and Florence; fully es- Quik Stop employee reports ily started choking, spendtime in San Marco Square, corted by a professional tour i the Basilica, Doge Palace and guide; and all fees of Santa Rosa the Bridge of Sighs. Venice is Junior College. charming, romantic. A city float- tact Bob Fraser of Santa Rosa .i. \\;\ \\;' \\; Y' If/f I elusive, write to the college at 1501 Men- || FEBRUARY4 Hi: 57 LO 42\\;... '\\;  I//).f. ing in waters, by its nature, Junior College (527-4684) or | FEBRUARY 5 Hi: 61 Lo: 35 ' "/-// I Receive an orientation to Flo- docino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA rence, the art city. The Galleria 95401. There will be informa- | FEBRUARY 6 Hi: 60 LO: 4{ ....  . :_-j | lell'Accdemiais representative tion on the trip at the Cloverdale | FEBRUARY 7 Hi: 56 Lo: 46  e' ) :(-._ | of the talent of the masters. Ob- Citrus Fair Wine Show, 1-5 pm, FEBRUARY 8 Hi: 58 LO: 36-//____',,."(-" I I 4 / ...... """ \\; -- I FEBRUARY 9 Hi: 50 Lo: O-,=-"?'jf "    \\; xu.'\\; " I FEBRUARY 0 i: 0 Lo: 4 // / ', ',":' I .... /" ' , \\;t \\;\ I Rainfall to date 41.90 ;    I ,! Same date last year 27.46 I f  ] ew Owl = ,. ;|" competitive Rates! | [_,8S S. e&werdal. Ivd. 89,. 8967 i I Great Service! -- ..... ;"' "--- I '- CITRUS FAIR" L ". CIoverdale Blvd..894-4323 Rill Smdrew J / II su.. / i Eggs Benedict | / $69s / i! H I Lowest prices on De!l bakeries, li i IIII I ed uP andr-eturned t YU' I we pay shippingl I c,z,._z,e,w ELECTRONICS CO. U I .... 1204 S. StateS"' ,. .d .. Wo, k,,, S,n. ,.VS t.. Uklah 800-653-e882 462-8211-- TAX S EA SON IS HERE! CLOVERDALE OFFICE SUPPLIES Your One Stop Tax Store! We do Tax Returns, 1099' s and W2's Forms, Forms, Forms! 228 S Cloverdale Blvd.--894-3036 Hans Meier entered into rest on Feb. 3, 1997 at the age Beloved husband of Katherine Ruby Meier of Cloverdale. father of Diane Mello, Carol Ferriera, Sandra Fletcher, John and Robert Meier. Grandfather of 14, great grandfather of He is survived by his brother Rudy Meier of Healdsburg sister Marie Lawrence of Ione, CA. He is also survived by n: ous nieces and nephews. He belonged to IOOF Geyserville l years and was a past Noble Grand. If desired, memorial con tions may be made to Home Hospice of Sonoma County, 11! Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401. A visitation was held at the Cloverdale Chapel of Fred Your Company Feb. 6. A funeral service officiated by the IO:O, Geyserville was held at the Cloverdale Chapel of Fred Yo _u, Co. on Friday, Feb. 7 at 1 pm. Interment followed at Oak 1 Cemetery in Healdsburg. David Allen Bennett David Allen Bennett, 68, of Talent, OR died Thursday, J 1997 at his home He was born March 12, 1928 in Oxnard, C/! . 0 and hs wife, Jean moved to the RogueValley two years ag , Cloverdale, CA. Dave was the owner of Cloverdale Lock and Key for many He sold the business and retired in 1989. He enjoyed fis camping, photography, and traveling. Survivors include his wife Jean, whom he married June 27, in Inglewood, CA, two sons, Allan of Shelton, Washingto Edward of Eatonville, Washington; three daughters, Evelyn t! tensen and Marie Bennett, both of Shelton, and Sue Rh Victorville, CA; two step-children, Kim Schofield of Eugen and Kyle Hadley, of San Bernardino, CA; three sisters, Sherwood and Nellie Pearson, both of Brookings, OR and McCrary, of Payson, Arizona and eight grandchildren. Clarence Leroy Frost Clarence Leroy Frost died in his sleep in Cloverdale on 1996, at the age of 70. He is survived by a younger brother, Frost of Hamilton, Montana, and three daughters, Lois Je Hamilton, Montana and Alice and Shirley, location unl. t Leroy's wife Bea preceded him in death by several years, and is buried next to her in Oak Mound Cemetery, Heal Leroy was born in Anselvo, Nebraska AUg. 6, 1926, but enlis, the US Marine Corp in Hamilton, Montana Nov. 15, 19943. I4 an active member of American Legion Post 293 in Cloverdalel years. Leroy was an eager volunteer for any duty and he lo Post the Colors or carry the flag in a Color Guard. Leroy a flowing white beard will be missed in Cloverdale. i III J . '%:,=-_, 5I... N[ II "Satisfaction III Hindquarters & Taci ._._ W=ld Bird Seed i t 25 Lbs. $5.99  Everyday Pricei  t Now is the time to he I out the birds. If you f I|1 them in the Spring. Ill  Summer now is not Ill time to stop 821 NORTH CLOVERDALE BLVD - PHONE 894-9514 ,of Citrus" "Hotel California -- A Salute to the Eagles" In concert Sunday, 3 and 5pm 2 FREE shows with FairAdmission World Famous Citrus Exhibits Hypnotist Steve Bayner {Sat. thru Mon.l Tri County Wine Classic (Tasting award winning wines from over 50 wineries-- Sat. and Sun.l Beer Tasting lMondayl , Carnival Arts and Crafts, Gourmet Food Show FRIDAY-- I lam-10prn Seniors' Day 65 and Over... $1 Oueen Pageant wC'Stto & Christopher" SATURDAY -- I Oam-iOpm Parade {I lain) and... Country Dance v "The Raem" SUNDAY-- 10am-10pm "Hotel California" 3 and 5pm MONDAY- 10am-Spin . Camellia Show Karaoke Kids' Day General Admission S6 12 and Under ,., Fa Juniors 6-12 and Seniors $3 ad _. $10 lot unlimited Children under 6 FREE carnival rides For INFORMATION call 707494-3992 Highway 101 to Citrus Fair Drive www.cloverdale.net