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JUVENILE MISDEMEANOR &amp; FELONY ARRESTS ADULT MISDEMEAN( )R & FELONY ARRESTS Page 2, Cloverdale Revellle, Awil 9, 1997 !iiNoe ..'. .:...::',.',.';!;i::.,.:..,:.:. .:.:.'::::':" "::!'.''.::: ! ::":" "E2i'".'::!':i:':.:-:. . ..,;:..: .... ::iiiiiiii''":: iii:i:::.:.. .:.:. ,:.:, .......... :":, "::' ? !" .,.=::.'-:w. .:, ".. ( ..... ..:.:<.-.'. :-:.: ......... I .z'-"i:" z:z:.k  i ::  ..... :::":::? .................. " ........... i:: ============================================================================================================================================================= Monday, March 31 Report that a female subject at Sherwood Circle attempted sui- cide by taking pills. Officer re- ports negative--suspected only. Report of three juveniles, 400 block Lake Street just put out a grass fire they started. They were warned and advised. Tuesday, April 1 Shop at S. Cloverdale Boule- vard vandalized. Clover Market reports having a shoplifter in custody. Juvenile cited to appear. Wednesday, April 2 Report of a man yelling at School St. Man was warned and advised. Report of money missing from a N. Cloverdale Boulevard busi- ness. Report of male juveniles skate- boarding in traffic at N. Clover- dale Blvd. Report of a mailbox vandal- ized at S. Foothill. Thursday, April 3 N. Washington resident re- ports someone possibly attempt- ed to break into her residence during the night. Report of a loose dog at Mar- guerite. Woman reports her mountain bike was stolen while parked in front of Longs. Friday, Aprll 4 Report of mail boxes vandal- ized 100 block Marguerite. Woman reports her vehicle was vandalized while parked at El- :::::: ii;:-'.'::'ii:i:i: !:i:i::::::: ii!:;i%ii i::i :::::: bridge. Fortuna man was arrested for possession of stolen property. Man reports theft of his Ken- wood stereo from his car while parked on S. Clvd. Blvd. Woman reports she was beat- en up by another woman on Ban- dicta Way. Woman arrested for drunk driving at Citrus Fair Drive and Asti. Saturday, April 5 Ambulance requested at Theresa Drive for fall victim. Taken to HGH. Ambulance requested for a subject at West Fourth having heart problems. Taken to HGH. Sunday, April 6 Woman reports her son ran away from Elm Street home. Juveniles report they were threatened by other juveniles wielding a chainsaw and a weedwacker. Juveniles were warned and advised. Report of injury accident at First and Asti Read. Fire Log April 1: Chimney fire reported on Chablis Way, extinguished upon arrival. April 5: Smoke check-Kelly Read, large control burn. Medical aid, Fourth Street, cardiac problems. April 6: Medical Aid-Vehicle accident-passenger van vs. mo- torcycle. Minor injuries. WIC members to hold a garage sale 4/12 Cloverdale Women's Improvement Club members will hold a garage sale at 131 Jefferson Street on Saturday, April 12 at 9 am. This is a fund-raiser to benefit the Senior Citizens Center as well as the general club treasury for community services. Club members are also making plans for the annual fund-raising luncheon and card party on April 19 at 12 noon at the Veterans Memorial Building. This promises to be an enjoyable afternoon of cards, with door prizes as well as table prizes. Tickets are available from club members for $6 and proceeds will go into the club's fund for community services. I 110 90 .: !.:;,%.'::.::.'--: :.':.'.':.-. ...'z,'-!: i::..:-."i  I I :::::::::':'::' :::$- :::.:::.:.: ':. J i ' ;:: '' .:.:i$! "$! :-!:'::-'.. :. K:':.:-'.: :i:::::':":: " 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 YEA B I 1996 MAR. 31 Hi: 56 Lo: 44 RAIN TO DATE ] 1 APRIL 1 Hi: 68 Lo: 40 THIS-YF..R I 70 . APRIL 2 Hi: 70 Lo:42 : 4. .......... APRIL 3 Hi: 79 Lo: 44 RAIN TO DATE I 500 APRIL 4 Hi: 70 Lo: 48 LASTYEAR I APRIL 5 Hi: 73 Lo: 50 36.47 ] 400 APRIL 6 Hi: 64 Lo: 44 300 200" lOO I I I I I I 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 YEARS I II I Trade director to meet with EDC April 9 Robert Switzer, California Trade and Commerce Agency Region- al Director, will mee.t with the Cloverdale Economic Development Commission today, Wednesday, April 9, to discuss local economic issues. The meeting will take place at 7:30 am at Papa's Pizza. Commission committee reports on promotions, business attrac- tion and retention, Cloverdale Pride and the Wine Center will be heard. Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas ET/// ! S'g ttOMES & VINES "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones The Best Tax Brea Since the IRA An innovative health insurance/tax-deferred investment yon control. Call us now for details. 00(araCne .A ysavlatay 128 N Cloverdale Blvd CA Lic# 0696864 We offer a free service that can closely estimate what your IRA could be worth at retirement. If it's not achieving the results you want, we'll show you allof our available IRA choices. 00A0000'dJonei Call or stop by today. Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 lmlividmd lnmor Since z87z MalmrSlqC McCONNELL CHEVROLET " OLDS ' C EO Your NEAREST GM DEALER 1395 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg l 800.775"3384 Elizabeth Snyder Elizabeth Snyder was born in Kansas in 1916 and in California. For 60 years she was married to Stewart Elizabeth, an artist superb, was honored with her painting which graces Luther Burbank's Sebastopol A talented pianist, Elizabeth studied for several Mildred Turner of Santa Rosa giving her artistic feel works of old. A graduate of UC Berkeley, she spent 20 3 tary school in Santa Rosa and Cloverdale. After retirement, she and Stewart travelled the planet years in their own "Rome on Wheels", touring country roads; did not get lost in the loneliness of Russia's jain country near the Caspian Sea, enjoyed refreshin snow above the Artic Circle in Lapland, savored in green Siberian forests giving reminder of her long-timei California's coastal redwoods. They travelled north to south and east to west in outdoors. Central America-Mexico-with its eq not bypassed. New Zealand, Australia and the extensive travel. Elizabeth was active in the Santa Rosa Etude Club, the Players local drama group in Cloverdale, Women's Im Club, and held high office in the World Friendshi Elizabeth suffered a massive stroke on March 19, in a coma until her death on March 23. She is survived by her loving husband Stewart Steven Snyder of Sun Valley, Idaho; daughter Lynn Sonoma and grandson John Caris of Petaluma. Her immediate family gathered at the grave site in Cemetery, Geyserville and planted favorite blue in her memory. Gang prevention panel for parents April On Thursday, April 17, Washington School will host sentations arranged by the Parent Issues Subcommi the Gang Prevention Network of Sonoma County. The l presentation will be in English at 6:30 pm in the WashL. School Library; the second presentation at 7:30 pm will l a Spanish translator. In order to permit interaction wi t2 panel and the audience, admission will be limited to the: 30 parents who arrive. The presentation will be a panel that addresses youth issues and parental concerns. The panel includes: an from the Cloverdale Police Department; a r from juvenile probation; former gang members Youth Empowerment); and administrators Middle School and Cloverdale High School. be available for Spanish translation services pm session. The goal of the presentation is to increase parental ness regarding gmags and gang issues and to address tions parents may have. The with the panel and parents as possible. Topics may include history of gangs, definition of a consequences ofjoining a gang, how gang,, gangs are structured, purpose of graffiti, reasons for a gang, signs of gang involvement, and what parents For further information, please contact Marc Washington School, 894-1940 or Debbie White, Mi Parent Coordinator, in care of the high school at AARP 55 Alive Mature Driving Classes AARP will hold 55 Alive]Ma- ture Driving Classes at the Clo- verdale Senior Multi-Purpose Center April 17 and 24. One third of all auto accidents involve seniors. However, when seniors take Mature Driving classes, they have 17% less acci- dents and they receive a mature driver discount from their auto insurance company for three years. The American Association of Retired persons (AARP) offers a 55-ALIVE class for only $8. It consists of two four-hour ses- sions on two different days. AARP was the first and is the largest offerer of classroom in- struction for senior citizens, training over 3 1/2 million per- sons. Classes are limited to 30 students. Pre-registration is required. Call the Senior Center to regis- ter. Phone 894-4826. Stephanie Insurance $ymb44 of Super Service We are now offering Homeowm Stepbanie h located $55-1 S. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale Pager: (707)264-7465 Phone (707)894-331