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March 13. 1991 CIoverdale Reveille Pa+,e 5 P()LICE LOG ,i, ,: y. i Z Low Rain 5 53 45 6 54 44 7 65 44 8 62 43 9 58 46 10 55 44 11 56 40 .49 .02 A Rglnfall to dale I&72" Last yeax to dale 22.61" The message on the CHS marquee was short....sweet...and to the point! Special Sale Prices all Hunter Douglas Innovations Blinds VALANCE EVERY VERTICAL Expires 3/31/91: kess & INTERIORS Cioverdale Bivd ++ 894-9474 Radioman Carter B. Smith to emcee Fitch Mountain Footrace Park in the heart of town. There will be prizes for top finishers. Following the race, both runners and watchers can browse and eat at shops and restaurants around the square, or enjoy the Hcalds- burg Spring Crafts Faire and Healdsburg High School Spring Carnival in the Plaza. For information or sign-up, con- tact the Parks and Rec Department, 431-3301. Veteran runner and broadcaster, Carter B. Smith, host of the early morning commute show on San Francisco's KFRC-Magic 61, will serve as running Emcee for the 17th Annual Fitch Mountain Foot- race, in the city of Healdsburg, Sunday, April 21. With two course, a 10K that takes the enwants up Fitch Mountain, chal- lenging their stamina and endur- ance, and a 3K that winds leisurely along city streets, there is a just-right length for anyone and everyone. Pre-registradon fee is $13, which gives the participant a souvenir race-logo tee shirt. Without the shirt, pre-registration fee is $9. Reg- istration the day of race is $15.with thcshirt; $11 withOUL Race day registration starts at 7 a.m., and the starting gun goes off precisely at 8 a.m. Both courses begin and end at Historic Plaza Cioverdale Unified School District TE ELEPHANT SALE Sat., March 16, 1991 To Be Held in the CHS Faculty Parking Lot Time: 10 a.m. - Accepting Sealed Bids ,ealed Bids will be opened at 11:30 a.m. All Items Sold "As Is" - All Sales Final! CASH ONLY Monday, March 4 Classroom window at Washington School broken by vandals. Report of man throwing dog into river off First Street Bridge. Report of dirt bikers on state prop- erty behind South Steel Peace disturbance on East St Healdsburg man arrested on suspicion of drunken driving at Tar- man & Caldwell. Tuesday, March 5 Cloverdale man arrested at Wash- 'ington & Ist St. on suspicion of drunken driving. Vehicle fire on Rockwell Rd. Mens clothing found behind busi- ness 600 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman reports being assaulted by juvenile son. Wednesday, March 6 Boonville man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving 400 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Resident reports three teens loitering on her property. Petty theft reported 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Peace disturbance involving man and woman at business 600 block N. CIoverdale Blvd. results in arrest of man on suspicion of public intoxi- cation. Juveniles creating a disturbance and refusing to leave laundromat 200 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Four female juveniles disturbing the peace 100 block E. 1st St. Con- tinuous problem with one another. Thursday, March 7 Power lines down 29000 block River Rd. CFD responded. PG&E notified. Blue 10-speed Univega bike found on Levy Rd. Non injury traffic accident at E. 1st & Main SL Juveniles creating a disturbance 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Multi Cultural Festival seeks artists and cral :persons The Rohnert Park Cultural Arts crafts. Food booths are also wel- Corp. will host the 7th Annual Multi Cultural Festival on Sat., April 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sun., April 28 from Noon to 5 p.m. at the Rohnert Park Community Center, 5401 Snyder Lane. come. Organizers say the purpose of the Multi Cultural Festival is "to preserve the cultural traditions of our fathers and forefathers that helped to create this great nation. They are currently seeking per- It represents and demonstrates the forming artists and craftpcrsons to contributions of all mankind and is give performance, demonstrations,"eomantcated through the universal exhibits and workshops. Booth 'language of art." space is also available to anyone For more information, contact interested in selling ethnic oriented Linda Holm at (707) 792-1514. The famffy of Mark Montoya would li to thank everyone for the thoughts and prayers sent us. It has meant a great deo The Montoya Family Dead deer in roadway on Clark. Peace disturbance by-unwanted patron at business 200 block S. Cio- verdale Blvd. Residents report three suspicious looking male juveniles walking up and down Chablis Way. Officer escorted 3 juveniles home. Friday, March 8 Open window at CHS. Juvenile on dirt bike disturbing the peace 700 block S. Foothilll. Petty theft reported at business 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Non injury traffic accident at US101 & School SL Peace disturbance at business 200 block S. Cioverdale Blvd. Black female Cocker Spaniel missing from residence 100 block Cherry Creek. Loud party disturbing the peace near Hillside & School Streets. Saturday, March 9 Wrong way driver arrested at US101 & Broad St. on suspicion of drunken driving. Mens gold ring lost 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Small black female cat with yel- low collar missing from residence 400 block Healdsburg Ave. Med. size black & white male dog with blue/green collar missing from residence 300 block N. Jeffer- SOIl. Physical dispute 100 block E. 1st St. Domestic dispute 700 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Petty theft reported at business 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Chimney fire 31000 Redwood Hwy. N. Domestic dispute 700 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Windsor man arrested on suspi- cion of drunken driving at Franklin & Los Colinas. Sunday, March 10 Redding man arrested on Rail- road Ave. on suspicion of public intoxication and carrying a loaded firearm Men's Softball meeting tonight An organizational meedng for Men's Softball will be held this eve- ning, March 13, at 7 p.m. at the City Park Snack Shack. All prospective managers and interested players are encouraged to attend. For questions, call either Tony Villa at 894-5333 or Randy Ran- dolph at 894-2895. Adjustable and Slip00loint MM91-8/26-6 LAN DO While Supplies Last 5 LIMITED IT WITH f/"//tff,.mm CLOVERDALE LUMBER 28491 Redwood Hwy. S. 894-4401 s h':00p Clo,, :e rdale )q), R NDER,s,,I, +c " x d OVOttn  Cotl{ 1 ,. (707) 894.27ss License 340786 P.O. BOX 221 ":-CAL-T 154-265 Cle, CA 95425., Pergonal ervice Lub and Oil Changes TIs.& Batteries Mechankon Duty - Ro dlPara: CLOVERDALE BP 101 N. Cloverdale Blvd. ,84-$70t MCNIBA Russ Boek, Ownr/protor CLOVERDALE MEDICAL BUILDING Lombard Sayre, M.D. Jonathan Kreger, D.P.M. H.P.R. Welcome Third Street at CIoerdMe Blvd. 894.2566 Peking Palace All Dishes Freshly Cooked JOE TORVICK -- CHEVROLET dEEP EAGLE-- NOW IN OUR 24th YEAR Pot*tickers lilGll AY 101 S MU Shu Pork 894 2571 Szechuan Beef Kung Pao Chicken BEER LUNCH - DINNER WINE OPEN 7 DAYS Sun-Thur 11:30-9:30 Fd-Sat 11:00- 10:00 894-4097 H t Cioverdale'S "16 at a ame" 7he Den : Senior Citizen Discount 102 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2863 3 Tarman Drive * Cloverdale, CA 95425 IIIIIII ( ()MPll !! II()Mi ( FNTIR Prehung Doors * Pluming & EIK'Ical Suppllesl Etc." 28491 Redwood Hwy S. 894-4401 "Carl 24 hrs - 7 days/wk Mon.Fri 9:30-5:30 Saturday 9-Noon Floor Merchandise available for immediate sale - 1.800-366-3000 131 E. First St. 894-5281 RICK GURRIES ' CLOVER ELECTRIC INC. De. NO. aiTli CLOSEID ClRCtgT T.V. $'IITEM llllotn & INSTAI.LD... 40 FT. BUCKET UFr 894-3531 INDUSTRIAL SO INDUSTRIAL DR. COMMERCIAL CLOVERDALE RESIDENTIAL Lic. #$42;41 DAMRAN ELECTRIC Electrical Contractor  McCoy's Tree Service 18 Yeats of TOPPING Professional Tree Care TRIMMING CABLING COMeLm'E REMOVAL Ask For Marry: FULLY INSURED (707)894-5670 FREE ESTIMATES Residential * Commercial * Industrial Vance Darnran P. O. Box 181 Cloverdale (707) 894-4001