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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, May 14, 1997 i! !!!!!:" &apos;@" k::':':T.<.:' ..: " Monday, May 5 Woman arrested for drunk driving and driving with a sus- pended or revoked license at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Washing School reports an ongoing problem with someone using the school grounds for a restroom. Requested extra pa- trol. Man requests extra patrol of Cloverdale Bowl and Wheel Cafe due to trespassers. Woman at S. Franklin reports windows of two vehicles smashed. Ambulance requested for burn victim at S. Cloverdale Blvd. Taken to HGH. Car at S. Cloverdale Blvd. van- dalized. Andrew Richards arrested on a warrant. Tuesday, May 6 Man arrested from Broad Street for petty theft from the Cloverdale Fire Department and a Sutter County Warrant. Report of a juvenile at Wash- ington School with a pipe. Woman reports her wallet con- taining$60 was taken from West Second Street. Report of an aggressive rott- weiler in the area of West Sec- ond Street. Warned and advised. Wednesday, May 7 Man reports his wife had been drinking and he had to restrain her from hurting herself. He was arrested by police. Thursday, May 8 Man reports hearing a loud noise from the Furber Construc- tion Site by concrete workers at 4:32 am. City engineer autho- rized an early start. Woman reports air an argu- ment broke up at her home, she found a damaged motion sensor light and a broken vehicle win- dow. Friday, May 9 Male juvenile arrested for drunk driving and driving with- out a valid license. He had a blood alcohol level of. 10/.09 and was cited to appear. Released to parents. Quik Stop reports 250 lottery tickets stolen man reports there is a loud party, possibly with minors drinking alcohol, at Butler Court. Saturday, May 10 North Western Pacific Rail Read employee detained four juveniles suspected of vandaliz- ing train. Sheriff's Office noti- fied. Man reports his Toshiba CD Player was taken from his un- locked vehicle at Hardister Drive. Sony CD stereo and speakers taken from vehicle parked at N. Washington. Anonymous report that resi- dents at Chablis Way are raising a pig, at times making it squeal. Resident discovered his rear license plate had been stolen and replaced with someone else's. Woman reports her neighbor deliberately revs his engine and sets off her car alarm. Sunday, May 11 Man arrested for drunk driv- ing an driving without a license. Man arrested for drunk driv- ing and driving with a suspend- ed or revoked license. lovel00lale Pre.School Hp ANNUAL SPRING & SILENT e  Fundraiser to be held at Kleiser Park, 'Ooo / in CIoverdale on May 17, 1997 from 11 am to 2 pm. Games and pony rides for the kids!  BUDWEISER,  VODKA COORS. ....,.,  TIMEROFF & I,00'CO00K MIL.I.II'I S699; 1 S999 ' zP  .u= 120z Cane  IMI0 N. Clvd. BI. ' RED DOG CORONA BEER  BEER 1 12OzCanl iiii i 12OzBoltlal e401id.=. lll | e401iL=. cLOVER-- CAMEL&WINSTON ClGARETFES r- Avail Both North Bay Moldiqg will open packaging department here May 30 North Bay Molding, a plastic injection molding company based in Petaluma, was recently pur- chased by Rusty and Lisa Arm- brust of Cloverdale. They moved their packaging department to Cloverdale at 115 E. 2nd St. (formerly Santa Rosa Auto Parts, Cloverdale Branch), with hopes of the entire compa- ny following in a couple of years. The company produces every- thing from plastic toys, water bottle valves, medical and exer- cise equipment and more. Basi- cally, if someone comes to them with an idea, they will bring the product from conception to com- pletion. The Armbrust's general man- alger, Marya Grechko, runs the packaging department locally. Grechko said that so far the com- pany has hired 15 to 20 Clover- dale people for packaging, many of whom are working out of their homes. She said that in a couple years the Armbrusts hope to build in the southern industrial section of Cloverdale and move the entire operation here. If they do so, they will hire many more Cloverdale residents. Grechko has plans for a new and exciting retail outlet in the front part of the East Second Street building. Watch for more details on that later. A grand opening will be held May 30,just in time for the Black Bart festiv- ities. .:... V::: . ::<:::.::..  :::::: ",-:::::::.*:  ii:i : . Monday, May 5 Medical aid requested at S. Cloverdale Blvd. A man work- ing on an outboard motor was burned when gasoline vapors ignited. Victim taken to HGH. Tuesday, May 6 Medical aid requested at S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a person with shortness of breath. Victim taken to HGH. Medical aid requested at Clark Avenue for a female who faint- ed. Taken to HGH. Wednesday, May 7 Medical aid requested at King Circle for a female having diffi- culty breathing. Taken to Kai- ser Hospital. Thursday, May 8 No incidents. Friday, May 9 Alarm malfunction at Asti Read. Saturday, May 10 Medical aid reported at N. Clo- verdale Boulevard for a man who fainted. Taken to HGH. Medical aid requested at Cher- ry Creek Read for a dehydrated female--taken to HGH. Medical aid requested at West Third Street for a female with a fractured arm. Taken to Kaiser. Sunday, May 11 Cloverdale Fire assisted police in translation for landlord-ten- ant dispute. pepper & Men.b.,. Featured on national television including Entertainment Tonight and National Geographic Explorer Series! Brady Cox Joe Slmao Two chosen to attend Boys Northern California Chamber Chorale final concert 5/20 Santa Rosa Junior College's Northern California Chamber Chorale will present its final con- cert of the season Tuesday, May 20, at the Luther Burbank Cen- ter for the Arts in Santa Rosa. The performance, conducted by Dr. Curtis Sprenger, will be- gin at 8 pm. Admission is free, however, donations will be ac- cepted for the SRJC Music Schol- arship Fund. The Chorale will perform songs from opera and operetta as well as the new love songs of Brahms. SRJC's Brass Ensemble, direct- ed by Dan Goulart, will join the voices of the Chorale in Rutter's Te Deum (to God), and Set of Three by Cecil Effinger. For more information contact Curtis Sprenger, 527-4249. The American Legion started the nationwide gram in 1937 in answer to the Hitler youth grou boys learned Nazism. Still going strong today, about 1,000 young men Boys State and travel to the California State Capitol to Democracy and the way our government functions. In the 1960's one Boys Stater in particular met the late John F. Kennedy. Kennedy made quite an impression man--who grew up and became our current The local post, American Legion William Russell #293 sends two young men every year. This year's Brady Cox and Joe Simao. Brett Lile is the alternate. Cox and Simao will travel to Sacramento and will also at a Youth Appreciation Dinner the Legion holds every September. People subscribing to Line sought Are there investors o" cial businessmen/wome  verdale who are subscribing to Value Money Club, here in Cloverdale. other people to share the Value Line on a yearly enough people foot the publication can be city library for the use donators. If you are or have any questions, call Melissa at 894-309& at 894-3185. i ALL NEW for 1997/ , WEATHER u,,. c.u,c, c... . 1 hours of soltd family entertainment f 4 .Clowns.Jugglers. 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