Newspaper Archive of
Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
May 21, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
PAGE 1     (1 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 1     (1 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 21, 1997

Newspaper Archive of Cloverdale Reveille produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Honor our veterans on May 26 wr  118 years of servi the conity Published weekly since 1879- Sonoma County, CA May 21, 1997 VoL CXVHI, Issue 21 rds m : .Cioverdale Police Depart- conjunction with local and the Cloverdale will start the Bicycle Program next to run through the sum- into September. law requires minors i age 18) to wear a safety while riding their bicy- are also required to driving rules as which includes not on the side- for stop signs, and riding of the road. " have the bicyclists obeying these laws warnings and/or ci- done to at are obey- ! Safety rules. This is the developing the Bicy- Reward Program," to Officer Scott All- officers will still warn, or issue a cita- for not obeying they will now stop are obeying bicycle and reward them or certificate from a Allred explained. rchants who are will- in this pro- call Mike Nixon at (894-4453) who is the reward portion of J. Hanchett (BJ), edi- of the Clover- will profile each is rewarded newspaper. To start Dave Rey- ptease turn to back page On Saturday, April 26 the crowds delighted to a great Polents dinner, an exciting wipe auction and a line- up of unique Up Sync routines for an evening of tun and erflertainment. The Oloverdale Rotary performed UB40's "Red, red, wine". Back row from left, Ted Mogannan, Chuck Snlder, Bob Leonard, John Doble, Bill Hoyer and Bob PerrauIt. Front row, from left, Eleanor Webster, Deb Perrault, Paul Garialdl, Lynn Marie Dougan, Iris Konlk. This was the third annual Polenta Feed/Wine Auction and Up Sync Show sponsored by our local Rotary and CARE Educational Foundation. Papa's Pizza peformed "That's Amore". From left, Mondo Arrequln, Alexandra Adams, Denaire and Mike Nixon, Debbie Perrault, Jim DeMartini, Marianne McBride, Sydney Sciaini. Polenta Feed deemed a huge success April 26 the to a great Po- an exciting wine and a line-up of unique for an evening entertainment. This third annual Polenta by our local CARE Educational is a fired-raiser for and is growing in with over year. The po- was tastefully pre- Bob wonderful chicken and was served members and Rotary host Mayor Tom Sink welcomed the crowd along with event chairman Bob Perrault. The microphone was then handed over to Linda Pardini who was Mistress of Ceremonies for the Lip Sync Show and intro- duced 11 groups with 60 per- formers including the following talents: 'At the Hop" by Danny and the Juniors performed by Carrie Kelso, Sharon Yepiz and Linda Pardini. "Fish Heads" by Barnes and Barnes performed by Jefferson School staff, Doug Branscomb, Claudia Plumley, Susan Lile, Chris Garland, Diane Jansen, Paul Cogorno, Jon Harwood, Kendall Galvez, Connie Sumner your tickets for the Black Bart Barbecue are currently on sale at the Cloverdale Chamber of the annual Black Bart Festival Chicken and This will take place in downtown Cloverdale at May 31, from 5:30-7 pro, follow- Hour from 4:30 to 5:30. sales ticket prices is $12 per person which will a scrumptious, sizzling barbecue steak or chicken with all the trimmings. (chicken only) will be available again for $7. is Black Bart era costume, , hour and dinner entertainment will be by Jim and the Country All Stars." street dance will follow from 8 pm to Midnight =Hotspur . Call 894-4470 for more information. and David Joslyn. "Sisters" by Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye performed by: Do- minick DiNoto and Carolyn Peterson. "Sink the Bismark" by Johnny Horton (the singing American) performed by Mark Kinsey and Dave Romero. "That's Amore" by Dean Mar- tin performed by Papa's Pizza; Denaire and Mike Nixon, Alex- andra Adams, Mondo Arrequin. Minstral-Jim Demartini. Sorop- timists: Sydney Sciaini, Debbie Perrault, and Marrianne McBride. "I Am Your Dentist", from Lit tle Shop of Horrors performed by Dr. Bill Harris and staff; Amanda Conner, Jan Sancarel- lo, Kathy Rafanelli, Dr. Bill Har- ris and Dr. Jim Wood. "Summertime Blues" by Alan Jackson performed by Colleen Hale, Diane Jansen, Steve lllia and Carla Illia. "In the Navy" by the Village People performed by Cloverdale High School Staff; Gene Lile, Mike Mazzanti, Jackie Rose, Ken Collins, and Dave Ashworth. "Side by Side" by Kay Start performed by Michelle Leonard and Nancy Davies. "Rod, Red Wine" by UB40 pr- formed by the Rotarians: John Doble, Bob Leonard, Chuck Snid- er, Lynn Marie Dougan, Paul Garialdi, Bill Hoyer, Iris Konik, Ted Mogannan, Eleanor Web- ster, Bob and Debbie Perrault and Jim Wood. , =Hit the Road Jack" by Buster Pointdexter performed by the CARE Board of Directors; Rox- anne Jewel, Susan Lile, Laurie Siebenthall, Sue Rink, Richard Warner, Brooke Green, Ed Biery, Shirley Murray and Claudia Plumley. meau mm to beak Imge Youthful vandals spray graffiti on historic railcars Repairs at least $36,000 Four Cloverdale kids, ranging in age from 14 to 17 were appre- hended in the early morning hours of Saturday, May I0 by a railroad security guard and a maintenance man who suspect- ed them of spraypainting graffi- ti on the North Western Pacific maintenance building and three historic railroad cars belonging to the State of California. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department cannot release the names of the juveniles because they are underage, but reports that the foursome have been cit- ed. According to Carl Myers, a Director for the California Red- wood Coast Company who uses the cars for tours, the mainte- nance building had been freshly repainted to cooer up graffiti on May 9, when vandals struck it again only hours later. Workers immediately started trying to remove the graffiti from the railroad cars and stayed up until 2 am working furiously. But, Myers said, the finish on the cars is ruined and each will have to be repainted at a cost to taxpayers of $12,000 to $14,000 a piece. Myers said the vandals spray- painted profanities and gang related symbols on the building and cars and that it looked prac- ticed. The cars hit included two Shasta Daylighters and a dome car built in the 1950s'. According to Myers, this was not the first attack. Two or three of the cars had been vandalized while parked in Clooerdale for the Fireman's Muster a few months ago. So far vandals have rung up $50,000 to $60,000 in damages since October of 1996. =I'm so disappointed that any- body would do this because it's premeditated. It's not just some- thing young people would do walking by--le throwing a rock at a light bulb. They go out and buy the spraypaint to go and tag something," he said. If the suspects are found guilty, " Myers said he plans to seek res- titution for the damages from the parents. Cloverdale Unified School District receives tech grant The Cloverdale Unified School District has received a $21,500 technology grant through the De- partment of General Services, State of California, to be used for Internet support. The grant was achieved through the efforts of school beard member Bill Cox and new CHS computer teacher, John Hudspeth. It will be used to cre- ate a computer network between the schools and the district of. rice. A few classes at CHS already utilize the Internet, but with the grant Hudspeth says the high school will become the hub of Internet access in the district. Jefferson and Washington School classrooms, and the Dis- , trict Office will be able to access all software installed in the CHS computer lab over the Internet. According to Hudspeth, CHS has already acquired the neces- sary hardware. This summer teachers will be trained on the Internet and develop curricu- lum based on the web. He said programs should be available next school year. The benefits of Internet access for the students is the immedi- ate access to information. They mmm mm to beek page Cloverdale remembers its veterans, May 26 By Jack H. Stuart, Adjutant, Post 293, American Legion. The eight young men listed here are military veterans from Cloverdale who died on foreign soil in the service of their coun- try--your country. A Memorial Service in their honor will be celebrated jointly by the American Legion, the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars, and the Boy Scouts. This service will be held at 11 am in the Cloverdale Riverside Cemetery at the grave of William Russell Ledford, on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26. Roy. David McDonald, Pastor of Cloverdale Christian Fellow- ship, Vietnam Veteran, and member of Post 293, American Legion, will be conducting the service. An outstandingprogram is planned, including three color guards, singing by a choir, and Taps by a bugler. Rev. McDonald encourages all citizens to participate, especial- THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIRCE Privmte William Russell Ledford . 4, Stephen LBnn Weigl US Army, WWl, died 1-18-18, age 25. US Army, V'mllml, died 3-21-69, age 21 COxlJ[Wlz Oens Wade (lAnllven =eo. 4, Dumte Roy IzlKhlmr US NkW, WWII, died 10-16-42, age 19 US Army. VieUtam, &21-69, age 21 8lmtt Thomlm Iy Zltlleman Pile. Robin US Air Fome, WWII, dmd, 4-11-44, age 20 US Army. Vietnam, died in  2-19-74, age 18. Seoond Ueutenant William Potter US Army, WWII, died 6-10-44, age 23 tumoral Lleutem Rlclmrd H. Wil US Army, WWII, died 1-9-45, age 27 ly veterans. He invites the public* to b rg their children and grand- children to honor the memory of these brave men who gavethe supreme sacrifice for their coun- try, and help the young peopleto understand, the meaning of "Duty, Honor, Country" as these eight young men di Regardless of your feelings about the just- ness of any particular war, or wars in general, when their country called, these men served, and gave their lives in that service. Your attendance at this Me- morial Service tells their fami- lies and our community that you appreciate their sacrifice, and that they didn't die in vain.