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Cloverdale Blvd. having a stroke. Taken to Memorial Hospital. Noah George self-surrendered on an outstanding warrant. Longs--male juvenile shoplift- er in custody. Cited to appear. Citrus Fair employee reports $20 in counterfeit bills possibly being passed there. Under in- vestigation. Charles Negron arrested on a warrant. Cited to appear. Report of a man at the Dante refusing to leave. Arrested for being drunk in public. Man requested police to check Cloverdale for his 15-year-old run, away daughter. Juvenile found and returned to parent. John Engle self-surrendered on a warrant. Cited to appear. Saturday, February 15 Woman arrested for drunk driving at S. Cloverdale Blv& and Industrial Drive. Foster Freeze vandalized. CopperTower Family Medical Center requested ambulance for six month old baby with difficul- ty breathing. Citrus Fair reports a fight in the restroom was just broken up by security. Police arrested one man. Sunday, February 16 Officer reports a blue Ford Ranger drove into the Clover- dale Nursery building at 64 Brookside. The pick-up was sto- len from Cloverdale resident James Cannam. No suspect in- formation. Man arrested at 101 and S. Cloverdale Blvd. exit for drunk driving. Cited to appear. CHP requested unit at N. Clo- verdale Blvd. wait with victim of freeway harassment until they arrive. Santa Rosa woman arrested ' for being drunk in public. Lake Street resident reports Motorola phone taken from ve- hicle. Anonymous reports that a ju- venile girl was beaten up by her boyfriend at the Citrus Fair. Under investigation. Monday, February 17 911 report of a fall victim at Josephine and West Fourth Street. Report of three dogs loose at N. Foothill. Owner cited. Ambulance requested at Cit- rus Fair for a male subject fall victim. Taken to HGH. 911 report of a female fall vic- tim inside Zeke's Liquor with a head injury--unknown severity. Victim taken to memorial. Report of an injured cat found in a box at Jefferson and Portofi- no Way. Taken to Dr. Biery's. Tuesday, February 18 Woman reports loose dog on Josephine. Owner contacted. Report of roosters crowing at 4:30 am. One was located and the owner was contacted. Clover Market reports three males just ran out of the store with a 12 pack of beer. Wednesday, February 19 Extra patrol requested on 100 block of East First Street to en- force "No Bicycles/Skateboards" ordinance during hours of 1500 and 1700 on weekdays. Thursday, February 20 Woman reports she was the victim of a dog bite on Hillside Drive. Owner warned. Friday, February 21 Four propane bottles found at N. Cloverdale Blvd. 911 report of a subject having a heart attack at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Taken to HGH. Saturday, February 22 Man arrested for drunk driv- ing at S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Tarman. Man reports a red tool box was taken from his truck parked on Venezia. Man reports property was tak- en from the back of his truck while parked at Portofino. Officer requested to warn and advise subjects on field south of Champlain Ave. about hitting his house with golf balls. Erica Romero was arrested on four warrants totalling $200,000 at University Street. Man reports his truck was vandalized during the night. Woman reports a dog broke her fence and was in her yard. WEATH[:R FEB. 19 Hi: 58 Lol 39 FEB. 20 Hi: 64 . Lo: 49 FEB. 21 Hi: 66 RAIN THIS YEAR 32.63 RAIN TO DATE LAST YEAR 18.07 I I HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andrew Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas SP00M)DNI &v//t/ I S E It0MES & VINES ((/ c (707) d 91-,),137 Satisfaction Guaranteed/" Colleen Jones Ken Madfes New CEO chosen for Healdsburg General Hospital Ken Madfes has been named as the new Chief Executive Of- ricer at Columbia Healdsburg General Hospital. Madfes, who recently took over the position, replaces interim CEO, Jeff Frandsen. Frandsen is the CEO at sister hospital, Palm Drive Hospital, in Sebastopol. "Columbia wanted Healdsburg General Hospital to have a per- manent CEO who could dedi- cate his or her time to assisting the physicians, improving em- ployee morale, and reestablish- ingties between the hospital and the communities we serve," states lfadfes. Madfes, who relocated his fam- ily to Healdsburg from Grass Valley, California has extensive experience in the healthcare in- dustry and has been the CEO at several hospitals in Southern California including Los Ange- les Community Hospital and Santa Ana Medical Center. "Keep three basic principles of clear thinking always before you- -simplicity, definiteness, and honesty of purpose and your progress in developing intellectu- al power will be rapid." Grenville Kleiser Santa Rosa Chamber Players p00rm in concert at JC Santa Rosa Chamber Players will perform work by Brahms, Mozart and Franck in concert at Santa Rosa Junior College, Fri- day, Feb. 28. The concert, which begins at 8 pm in Newman Audi- torium, is part of SRJC's 1996- 97 Chamber Concert series. The program will include Brahms' Violin and Piano Sonata in A Major, Op. 100; Mozart Piano Quartet in E Flat, IT. 493; and Franck's Piano Quartet. Tickets are $15 general and $10 students and seniors and are available in advance at the college's Community Education Office on the corner of Elliott Avenue and Armory Drive in Santa Rosa or at Stanroy's Mu- sic in downtown Santa Rosa. Tickets will go on sale at the door at 7 pm the night of the concert. A reception will be held imme- diately following the concert in SRJC's Art Gallery to give mem- bers of the audience an opportu- nity to meet the musicians. For more information call SR- JC's Community Education Of- rice, 527-4372. Cloverdale man wins She Ka Wah drawing for Mustang Friday, Feb. 14 at 10 pm the Hopland Sho Ka Wah Casino held it's drawing for a 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible and the winner was Joseph Smith of Clo- verdale. Buzzy and the Buzz Tones were an added pleasure for the big event with the sounds of "60's Rock 'N Roll." Along with the Grand Prize Winner another Cloverdale win- ner won twice in the $50 half- hour drawings held between 8 pm and 12 midnight. Congratulations to Maxine Petrich. Other lucky Hopland Ka Wah Casino winners for the evening were Janet Nielsen and Ken Byman of Santa Rosa, Jonathan Harris of Petaluma and Don Lehnoff, of Rohnert Park. GUARANTEE BASED ON 20 PLAYERS $20 BUY-IN FRIDAYS 7PM Take Hwy 101 to Hwy 175 in Hopland. Located 3 Minutes East on Hwy 175. 707/744-1395 HOPLAND HO-KA-W.AH CASINO Co-pay PPO plans. Blue Cross of California. 128 N Cloverdale Blvd Lic# 0696864 Lois L. Moore Lois L. Moore died at her Cloverdale home Feb. 21, 1997. her late husband, George Jay Moore moved to Cloverdale from St. Marles, Idaho. She was bern in Clearmont, 17, 1916. She is the beloved mother of Jerry Moore of Cloverdale, Greg Moore, both of Santa Rosa, CA; loving Shawn, David, Tina and Jackie Moore and Colleen great grandmother of Tim and Stephanie Moore She is also survived by her sisters Bernice Garretson, of Ft. CO; Geraldine Powell of Sparks, NV; her half-brothers, and Ed Cook of Flint, MI; and her half-sisters, Elaine Mary Cook of Sheridan, WY. Lois was a grammar school teacher in Wyoming moving to Cloverdale. She taught accounting and typing| years at Burbank Business College in Santa Rosa, and, time, taught University of California Extension classes m topol. From 1980 until her death she was employed New World Mfg., Inc., in Cloverdale. Her own mother died when Lois was four years old. Her who was 28 years old at the time was left with a son, all under the age of five. The youngest daughter only two months old was raised by foster parents who were friends of the family. The remaining three children lived with father on various ranches in Wyoming often traveling to train and staying in town at boarding houses durin the because of the distances from home to school. All attended college. Lois and her sister Bernice became their younger brother, Jim, became a civil engineer. She will be remembered as a most kind, generous and person by her family, many friends and former students all miss her dearly. Memorial services will be held Saturday, March 1, 1997, and place to be announced in the Press be held immediately following the services at the Veteran's Memorial Building at 205 W. First St. Memorial i tions are preferred to be given to favorite charities. Charlotte Luella Charlotte Luella Lampson, 92, died February 14, of 92. She was the wife of the late Glen Lampson, mother of the Sumner Lampson and mother-in-law of Louise Lampson, sister of George Shaw of Novato. She is survived by three granddaughters, Linda Lampson husband Mark Meierding of Rohnert Park; Pamela and husband John of Hopkinton, MA and Toni Yoast and Robert of Rescue, CA. She was the great grandmother of Emily, Julia, Rob, Kevin Carrie. She is also survived by numerous nieces and Petaluma. Charlotte was very active, for many years, in the Legion Auxiliary. A talented seamstress, accomplished cook'l gardener, she was devoted to her family. Friends attended a memorial service held Feb. 20 ian Universalist Fellowship of Sonoma County in Santa desired donations may be made to Hospital Chaplaincy 569 Summerfield Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95405. Funeral ments are under the direction of Fred Young and Healdsburg and Cloverdale. When putting out a mpfire, drown the fire, stir it, and drown it again. 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