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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, February 19, 1997 Monday, February 10 Report of a dead body under the First Street Bridge. Parent reports her two juve- nile sons are fighting. One was arrested for battery and vandal- ism, Taken to juvenile hall. Ambulance requested at Clear Water Ranch for female fall vic- tim with an injured hip. Ambulance requested for a woman who fell off her bike be- hind the Washing Well. Taken to HGH. Tuesday, February 11 Woman at Brookside reported someone tried to open the trunk CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 JEFFERSON Ham/Cheese Sand. WASHINGTON Ham/Cheese Sand. Beefy Macaroni BREAKFAST French Toast TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 JEFFERSON Turkey Noodle Cas. WASHINGTON Pizza Chicken Sandwich BREAKFAST Cereal WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 JEFFERSON Oven Fried Chickan WASHINGTON Oven Fried Chicken Cheese Sandwich BREAKFAST Donut THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 JEFFERSON Beinie Weinies WASHINGTON Pizza Beinie Weinles BREAKFAST Cereal MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28 JEFFERSON Taco Bell Burrito WASHINGTON Taco Bell Burrito .... Peanut Butter Sand. BREAKFAST Scrambled Eggs. of her car during the night. Clover Market reported hav- ing female shoplifter in custody. Wednesday, February 12 Foster Freeze vandalized, Report that a juvenile physi- cally threatened a Laidlaw bus driver. Juvenile was warned and advised. Father reports a man threat- ened his children. Thursday, February 13 Foster Freeze vandalized. Woman reports her two daugh- ters ran away--Be on the look out issued. Body found under First Street Bridge On February 10, at about 1:14 pm a local fisherman stumbled across a body under the First Street Bridge. According to Sgt. Stephen Rapp of the Sonoma County Sheriff Coronor's Office, the case is being investigated as a possi- ble suicide. The name of the victim, believed to have been a Santa Rosa man in his early 40's, will not be released until his next of kin are notified. Rapp said a motel key from the Garden Motel on the north end of Cloverdale was discovered on the body. "It looks as though he checked in the night before. He checked in alone. We have infor- mation that this particular in- dividual was extremely de- pressed," Rapp said. According to Rapp, investiga- tors do not know why the man came to Cloverdale, but that he checked in the evening of Feb. 8th. The man's body was found at the edge of the water, on the rocks. , ,, WE BUY OLD GOLb: I oltzen DIAMONDS, J I J /-,,:- let s PEARLS & I eLuel l I 424 Center Stlet, Hb. 433-5597, I WEATH E R "7" FEBRUARY 8 Hi: 58 Lo: 36\\;... \\;  \\; , ///f. FEBRUARY9 Hi: 50 Lo'40 '' FEBRUARY 10 Hi: 60 Lo: 4.2,--:. --- -': j-. FEBRUARY 11 Hi: 60 Lo: 42..i tLIIF'JJ"T" -'-:L.. FEBRUARY 12 Hi: 59 LO: 4"('--/. '-: FEBRUARY 13 HL: 66 LO: 3 := ...... S.D !.. / / i\\;  , %,""- Rainfall to date 41.90 # Y l " Same date last year 27.46 i e,- HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andrew I III IN 1 Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas &'/4/1S g ttOMES & VINES. (707) 894-5d37 ',Satisfaction Guaranteed. m Colleen Jones Victoria Hewltt Local school administrator guest speaker On the weekend of Feb. 2-3 the California League of Middle Schools and the California League of High Schools held a winter symposium at North Lake Tahoe consisting of workshops concerning school safety and school/community partnerships. Victoria Hewitt, assistant prin- cipal at Santa Rosa High School, was guest speaker during the morning and afternoon sessions Feb. 3. Victoria and her hus- band Matthew live in Clover- dale. Victoria spoke of drug suppres- sion on campus and the efforts along with the cooperation of- both Santa Rosa High School and the Santa Rosa Police De- prtment in reducing drug use on campus. She emphasized that by using what is learned about the problem helps in your ongo- ing programs to reduce drug use in your school. "Being aware that there is a problem is a step towards cor- rection," she pointed out. Victoria is the daughter of Vic- toria Moore of Cloverdale. Saltwater Bottomfishing has been good out of both Bodega and Fort Bragg. Recently, party boats out of both ports have reported a few lingcod on each outing in the 10 to 20 lb. range. There have been a few accidental salmon caught during some of these rockcod outings. Trips to Cordell Banks have been rewarded with good-size sacks of rockfish. Fishing in 400 feet of water has been the rule out at Cordell Bank, most are using shrimp flies and a 16 oz. bar. Sturgeon fishing was fair last weekend in San Pablo Bay. Party boats on Sunday report- ed 2-3 legal sturgeon, a few legal stripers and about the same number of shakers per boat (about one fish per five anglers). Delta sturgeon has been pick- ing up lately. Ocean salmon sea- son opens out of Fort Bragg on Feb. 15th. The limit is two kings, 24" or better. Steelhead/Salmon This may be the weekend to get out and do a little steelhead fishing. Your best prospects are the Navarro, Mad, Smith, Chet- co and smaller rivers along the coast. The Eel system is still muddy and will notbe very fishable this weekend. The Russian is now starting to look good as flows from the two dams become "Nor- real'. Fish havebeen caught from Cloverdale to Ukiah on the Rus- sian, and this weekend should be better. The Navarro looks great but will receive a fair amount offish- ing pressure this weekend. The Mad has slowed enough to allow wading, most are fishing with long leaders and a corkie or puffball. Most are using a spin- n-glo and roe on the Smith. Most are using a corkie, puffball, or similar with roe on the Russian and Navarro. Fish counts at Coyote Dam: steelhead, 1202; king salmon, 0; silver salmon, 2. Warm Springs, steelhead, 807; king salmon, 148; silver salmon, 43. Lake Sonoma somefish, cloudy. Most report the still scattered around and are onl ly fished rubber worms. Lake Mendoclno Striped bass fishing slow. Catfishing has largemouth fi shin and-miss. Clear Lake Catfishing has been around creek inlets. using nightcrawlers, crawdads, and chicken Bass fishing has fish have been caught warmer, shallower areas. The water is still fish are still "deep" for part. The date for the Chamber of Commerce Tournament is Mar. 8 Team fees must be Chamber by Feb. 28. nament the 263-5092. COMPUTER CLASSES STARTING SOON! Small Classes, Convenient Schedule Come in now to sign up! CLOVERDALE OFFICE SUPPLIES 228 S. Cioverda|e Blvd. 894-3036":': ....... ::': ; I Bn'nhday Club Show Us A Picture ID On Your Brthday And Get $10 In Free Play! 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