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Cloverdale, California
March 5, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Officer reports there was no evidence. Student reports his AM/FM Cassette and Sony Discman were taken from his vehicle while parked at CHS. La Grande reports their air conditioning units were vandal- ized. Report that the Baptist Church bus was spraypainted blue on one side, and the bumper and two mirrors were stolen. Juvenile reports another juve- nile punctured his bike tire with a knife. Officer arrested Jeffery Allen Carrillo for two warrants. Tak- en to county jail. Tuesday, February 25 Abraham Ewing arrested on warrant. Ambulance requested for sub- ject having a heart attack at Tarman Drive. Taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. Man reports his stereo was taken from his car parked at Elm. Wednesday, February 26 Man thinks his tires were switched on his vehicle in the area of S. East Street. Man reports being shot at in the area of S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Citrus Fair Drive. Under investigation. Officer flagged down by a cus- todian at CHS to talk to two dumpster divers. Both were warned and advised. Thursday, February 27 Single vehicle accident on Highway 128 reported--Non-in- jury. Friday, February 28 Luis Ramirez arrested at S. Cloverdale Blvd. on four war- rants. 911 report of a child having a seizure at CopperTower Family Medical Center. Taken to HGH. 911 report of a woman down at Cherry Creek. Taken to HGH. Saturday, March 1 Man victim of hit and run at S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Citrus Fair Drive. Suspect vehicle a black Chevy fleetside. Female juvenile reports an- other female juvenile tried to start a fight with her. Robert McCoy arrested at Healdsburg Ave. for a warrant. Cited to appear. Sunday, March 2 CDF requested ambulance to stage for structure fire on River Road. Medic 45 responded and staged. 911 report of a fight at N. Clo- verdale Blvd. between five to six juveniles. Officer requested am- bulance for one victim with a stab wound. Non-transport. Ju- veniles arrested. Pearl Harbor names available Local disabled veteran, Christopher Welsh has come up with some information that he is offering to interested individuals. Through the help of a local computer buff, Chris was able to get a comprehensive list of the names of all civilians and military personnel killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 4, 1941. This list contains 2501 names of those who lost their lives on that fateful day. Chris is interested in geneological research and also has devel- oped an extensive military library. He believes that the list of Pearl Harbor casualties will be useful to people who think they may have lost a relative at Pearl Harbor, but don't know how to go about finding out this information. The list is available at theReveille office, 207 N. Cloverdale Blvd. and at the local Library. The source ofthe-iformation is theUnites Department of the Interior, National Park Service, USS Arizona Memorial. (Honolulu, HI 96818). WEATHER FEB. 25 Hi: 72 Lo:41 MAR. 1Hi:59 Lo:40 FEB. 26 Hi: 64 Lo:52 MAR. 2Hi:56 Lo:36 FEB, 27 Hi: 55 to: 44 MAR. 3Hi:53 Lo:44 FEB. 28 Hi: 64 Lo: 40, Gun and Knife Sh0w at Citrus Fairgrounds this weekend A gun and knife show, presented by Russ and Sallie Nordyke will be held at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds March 8-9. The show will be open Saturday from 9-5 and on Sunday, from 9-4. The show will feature guns, knives, coins, jewelry, sporting goods, militaria, ammo, clips, books and safes. Ronda's Husband's Gun Repair owner Grey Adams invited the Nordykes to present the event. Adams said there will be over 100 different dealers from all over--including Oregon, Nevada and California. He said the TS Gun Shows are always very well attended and well promoted and are one of the top in the state. According to Adams, everything for sale at the event will be of very high quality. The admission price is $6 per person. For information or to reserve a table to sell items, call (916)934-7230. Pictured above isthe staff of the Dental Clinic (from left) Ruth Maland, Karin Collingwood, Sharon Cashman, Jeanne Glass, Don Glass, Don Hirt & Lydia Sanchez. Happy birthday CopperTower Dental Clinic CopperTower Family Dental Clinic is celebrating their second birthday. The office was opened two years ago on the third floor of the rural health clinic. As part of their celebration for 24 months of successful care the Dental Clinic is making a special offer to the residents of Cloverdale and surrounding communities. (See offer on this page). I 1 1 1 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale I 1 894-2094 : L -- -- MediCal & Most I_nsuranceAcce_pted -- -- J Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas CLOVEROdLE I "Satisf Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones GUNE, KNIVEII, OINE, JEWELRY I ' --,=,.= .--... -,.,.,n ,S 0 CI ,Tti AMMO, CLIPE, ROOIKE, IAIFBll I C,overdale Citrus Fairgrounds 1 Citrus Fair Drive | Co payPPO plans. March 8-9, 1997 Hours: Sat. 9-5; Sun. 9-4 | Admission: $6. For Info: (916)934-7230 I I i @ : Birthday :Club Show Us A Picture ID On Your Birthday And Get $10 In Free Play! ID Must Show Same Birthdate As Redemption Date HOPLAND , S H O"KA-WA H Take Hw, 101 to Hwy 175 in Hopland -  CASINO 707/744-1395 i ii ii n i i i Blue Cross of Califomia. [ I 128 N Cloverdale Blvd Lic# 0696864 i :!ii iiiiiiiiii!!:iii!iiii!!iii!!iii!!i!!:i:il iii: : - Hazel Lehr Clark Hazel Lehr Clark Perry entered into rest in Santa 1997 at the age of 99. She was born Sept. 9, 1897 in Melcher, Iowa to George an( Clark. She was the beloved mother of Jean Murphy Ia; Ora Perry of Pinole, Ca and Charles Perry. of is survived by six grandchildren and nine great Hazel lived the first 59 years of her life in Iowa Cloverdale in 1956. She had her first teaching experience i room country school in Iowa and taught her final years in dale retiring in 1972 at the age of 75. Cloverdate once as Educator of the Year. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star for 50 years, a member of the California Retired Teacher, The grange, Senior Citizens, and the Business and Women. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service in her the United Church of Cloverdale, 439 N Cloverdale Blvd. day, March 6 at 11 a.m. Donations in her memory may be the Cloverdale Elementary School music program Cloverdale school district office. Service arrangements were made by the Neptune Northern California in Santa Rosa. Ruth Saphrona Ruth Saphrona Warner, 81, died in Cloverdale Feb. 25, was the wife of 65 years to Ralph A. Warner; adored Mills and her husband Charles; Robert Warner and Marylou, Carol Ojeda and her husband Leo--all Gary Warner and his wife Claudia of Windsor. She was the grandmother of 10, great-grandmother of 16,i great-grandmother of one, loving sister of Adell Liberty of Rosa. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews was a native of Cloverdale. Funeral services were held Feb. 28 at the Chapel of Fred! and Co., in Cloverdale. Interment was at Oak Mound Healdsburg. Memorial gits made to your favorite appreciated. Bob and Millle Laudle celebrated their 50th wedding December 22 at the home of their daugther and her and Bruce Pfohl of iowa City, IA. They also enjoyed a annivereary cruise to Alaska. Many of their friends letters and sent pictures for their "Memory Book" which haS{ to three volumes. Their daughter wishes year long. 111111111 IIIllllll[ | I  Habla Espan Commercial & Residential I ,. v2,c..._..,: Phone, after 5 pro, (7'07)89, emwooo r [ SANITARY ; SERVICE THE vSEPTIC TANK PUMP] SEPTIC TANKS GREASE TRAPS ESCROW INSPECTIONS 800/499-5909 HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andrew