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Officer reports locks missing from building at Carp Yard. May have been broken into. Report of two female juveniles yelling out of a vehicle at School Street and driver is under age. Officer stopped suspect vehicle and cited juvenile to appear. Wednesday, March 26, 1997 PG&E power pole hit by vehi- cle at 600 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman at N. Cloverdale Bou- levard reports a male subject came into her business and threatened her. Man at Merlot Drive reports vehicle damaged--paint stained and possibly something done to gas tank. Exxon employee requests an officer walk through business due to a possibly intoxicated woman harassing her. Thursday, March 27, 1997 Woman reports deep scratch- es in the paint of her car. Report of a loose dog bothering juveniles at S. Cloverdale Blvd. Man reports a man tried to sell him possible stolen speakers at 100 Block St. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman reports two aggressive dogs charged at her and her daughter at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Owner warned and advised. Friday, March 28, 1997 911 report of a multi-vehicle accident southbound 101 just north of Highway 128 turn off. Emergency vehicles were unable to locate an accident. Ambulance requested for a subject with a separated shoul- der. Saturday, March 29, 1997 Report of vandalism to Clover- dale River Park during the night. Man reports theft of a cordless drill, 8" speaker, and DC porta- ble air pump from his vehicle. Ambulance requested for a ju- venile injured in an ATV acci- dent 15 miles out Skaggs Springs Road at Headwaters Ranch. Ambulance requested at S. Cloverdale Boulevard for per- son with a cut wrist. Non-trans- port. Chevron reports man, in his twenties, stole beef jerky and beer. Lei scene driving red Nis- san pick-up. Report of two men dragging an unconscious man towards 700 block N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Trio contacted by officer, the men were taking home their intoxi- cated friend. Sunday, March 30, 1997 911 report of four to six juve- niles trying to light a bush on fire near the restrooms at the City Park. Officer did not locate them. WEATHER MARCH 24 Hi: 83 Lo: 55 MARCH 28 Hi: 70 MARCH 25 Hi: 84 Lo: 53 MARCH 29 Hi: 77 MARCH 26 Hi: 76 L.o: 52 MARCH 30 Hi: 58 MARCH 27 Hi: 69 L0:52 RAIN THIS YEAR 44.18 RAIN TO DATE LAST YEAR 36.14 "   I '' li[ il il i ! I illi li II I Lo: 46 Lo: 45 Lo: 48 HOME LOANS For buying Or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 Bill Andrew Don't settle for any ordinary IRA 00Jones An Edward Jones Self-Directed IRA gives you: -T00xAdvantages -Flexibility -Tailored Investments. -Personalized service Transferring your existing IRA is easy. Call or stop by today for the details. Smbr SIC Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 Serving Individual Inveto. Since s87a PETITION ell to make the ten year offer. Sink had no comment on the District's intent to file its peti- tion. However, he did issue the following statement regarding the District's latest counter pro- posal. "I am disappointed by the Fire Board's change of direction in this matter. Initially, last year, the Board sought Council confir- mation that it would in fact fund the District for a seven year pro- jection. The Council has agreed to do more than this. Those of us who were involved with the Dis- trict's formation process realize that even the most liberal city funding interpretation did not exceed seven years. To put the issue to rest, the Council offered ten years and a process for nego- tiating renewal terms thereaf- ter. We've gone over and above the formation commitment. We've also offered a mechanism to work out continued funding beyond the ten years. The fire board's response is to now de- mand 18 years, which is going in the wrong direction for a group sincerely interested in settle- ment., Eighteen years is far be- yond the intention of all of us involved with District formation. I expect that the Council will have a response once we have a chance to meet and discuss this matter in closed session." Sink said Clement has been away and the Council expects his return by April 2. The Coun- c.il has scheduled a special meet- ing April 9 on the Del Webb project which will include the Planing Commission. According to the Mayor, a closed session will be held on the Fire District matter at that meet- ing. DISTRICT resentatives of the Volunteer Fireman's Association. The Fire District Board of Di- rectors will hear a presentation by CDF at the April 14 meeting. According to Fire Chief Jack Rosevear, there are many ques- tions to be answered regarding such a move. must be in support of it as well as the beard, he explained. The proposal made by CDF indicates, however, that the dis- trict would have improved staff. ing while reducing its over-all costs. Such a contract would be sim- ilar to the one the district had with the City in previous years. Details of the proposal will be unveiled at the April 14 meeting which is open to the public. The Board meets at 7 p.m. in the Sciaini building meeting room. St. Peter's Altar Society's Spring Rummage Sale Is set for Apr. 5, 7, 8, from 9 am to 4 pm, until noon in the Parish Hall at 491 Hseldsburg Ave. Whether It is household Items, furniture or clothing-they have what you nmlt (Above) Chairperson of Advertising Society TrsssurerJohanna Howell; Church Secretary Jo Nash; Volunteer Stella Sutter Secretary Aria Mae Bngner. Planned vegetation management burn The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, (CDF) Mendocino Ranger Unit, in cooperation with the Sacra- mento Air Resources Board, and the Bureau of Land Manage- ment, is planning to conduct a Vegetation Management Burn Tuesday through Thursday, April 1-3, as weather and air quality concerns permit. The 500-1,000 acre Cow Moun- tain Burn, will be staffed with the following personnel and equipment: 2 Chief Officers (BLM, CDF) 2 engines, and the CDF helicopter. The burn is scheduled from approximately 11 am to 3 pm each day. Purpose for the burn is fuel management and wildlife habitat improvement. Frank P. Perry Frank P. Perry, 85, of Modesto died of natural causes at| on March 24, 1997. Perry had lived in Modesto for six lived in Cloverdale for 12 years, and Santa Rosa for 15 to moving there. A retired retail grocery manager he worked for for 35 years and for Park Walker Liq Safeway. Frank was bern August 22, 1911 in Massachusetts. He is survived by his wife Naomi Perry ofModesto, twoe Jeffery Perry of Walnut Creek and Kelli Perry Washington; three stepchildren, James Gibbons of ( Michael Gibbons of Manteca and Linda Wilson one sister, Mary Alberts of Walnut Creek. He is also eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. His funeral was held at McHenry Chapel-Franklin Modesto March 27. Memorial donations may be Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association at Street, Suite 17, in Modesto, CA 95354. complaig The employees RYe parents ......... ....... Accordingto Laughlin,agroup of I0 to 15 boys sported offensive signs and carried a doll hung in effigy with a Rincon Valley play- ers name on it. The player is Rich Waller and Laughlin reports that kids were upset and picking on him be- cause he recently broke the all time high scoring record in bas- ketball for the Redwood Empire held by Cloverdale's Craig Mc- Millan since 1984. '2V[ost of the fans were great, but there was a group of boys who carried this doll. They had a sign that said WValler is (pic- ture of a cat)' and 'We got (pic- ture of a screw)'. It was the worst I've ever seen," she said. Cloverdale lost to Rincon Val- ley, but the incidents continued on Mar. 13 at the final games in Ukiah @here Rincon Valley played St. Elizabeth. Cloverdale youngsters showed up again with the same accoutrements. In defense of the Cloverdale boys, coach Rick Berry said they did not go to Ukiah simply to pick on Rich Waller, but because they are friends of players from St. Elizabeth. Also, the girls var- sity team had a play-off game in Ukiah so students had attended that game before going to the play-off game. kids nopmfanity the doll, which they Berry strict and that had dale disturbance have been '"rhe abeth and got kind But, if you talk to who were at the that bad. The2 for St. Elizabeth." The opinion of both and local sports ren is that Rincon tian I my typical rivalry the past when we Fort Bragg, they killed (not a real one) in commented Warren. Laughlin main dents Rick Waller's last ble," she said. She Cloverdale students poor role models for tary school ag 'hese kids idolize the and here the screwed," she The golden rule eight religions. Mani Right is a relaxation between human dealing with each their dealings with right is maintained, ciety is preserved, but neglected, society is Dante Berry also noted.that at both games Cloverdale High admin- istrators made the boys ditch the signs and at Ukiah the doll was also disposed of. 'he NCS security was sitting right next to our kids in Ukiah," Coach Berry said. 'hey told the Specializing in the Cloverdale and 74/ISE IIOMES & VINES (707) 0000,0,1-S,137 t :[- Colleen By Roberta Lyons A letter to the editor of the Cloverdale Reveille regarding the behavior of some Cloverdale youth at the NCS play-off game at Rincon Valley Christian in Santa Rosa has brought some local response. According to Donna Laughlin, author of the letter and the par- ent of a student at Rincon Valley Christian, a group of Cloverdale boys at the play-off game held Mar. 11 at Rincon Valley Chris- tian went over the line of simple fan enthusiasm. WATERCOLOR CLASSES WITH MARGE GRAY THURSDAYS, APRIL 3 AND 24; MAY 1 AND 22, 1997 9 AM to 12 Noon at the Wine Room Cloverdale Citrus Fair Building North Side--Weat Gate. Cost for 4 Sessions is $60 paid in lull at first class er mailed in advance to: Marge Gray, 121 Champlain, Cloverdale, CA 95425. For more Information call 894-5225. Clams will consist of demonstrations covering many techniques and subjects as well as persormlized Instruction. b._ I The most recent business RUMOR locally claims, incorrectly, that I am going to quit my business as your FTD florist. I AM NOT GOING TO: Close up my Shoppe! Close down my Shoppel! Close my Shoppe!!! Thank you--Janice Ash.-Owner, Operator III I 1 llm 1 n I i 1  IIII mll I mmm I Illll lm Ill 1 I *To thank all our customers, please save this Ad #1, and Ad #2, and Ad #3 for a free bouqet on or after April 19, by bringing all three original ads into my Shoppe. (One per customer to May 1 only) "Satisfaction Guaranteed!"