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In .Memoriam i ? Vaile Alfred Taylor flor, 84, passed away in Santa Rosa on Tuesday, May 21. of Sheboygan, Michigan, Mr. Taylor had lived in Cloverdale He had been a heavy duty mechanic and truck driver for 30 the Cloverdale Grange #456 and Druids Lodge. He was rn Volunteer Fireman. his wife of 62 years, Thelma Taylor, of Cloverdale, his Leonard Taylor of Florida and Norma Waller of Cioverdale, his h&apos;eL Curtis Waller, Cindi Pasquini, Lisa Rosa and Jean Ruth, rear-grandchildren. Ta,.,lr's request, no public funeral services were held. Private at Oak Mound Cemetery, Healdsburg. contributions may be sent in Mr. Tayios name to the Heart m f the Redwood Empire or the Cloverdale Boys & Girls Club. i Daniel F. Mills R Mills died Sunday, May 19, in Fresno after a long illness. a Cioverdale, he attended Cloverdale schools, graduating in attended Pacific Union College in Angwin before moving to = 1980. He especially enjoyed gardening and was talented in art. He was a loving and devoted son and brother, and was t his kind and gentle spirit by his many friends, his parents, Bill and Virginia Mills of Cloverdale, his Crofoot of Pollock Pines, Sue Lish of Cloverdale and of Montague, his brothers Andy and Sam Mills, his nieces and Lauren Mills, and nephews Christopher and Gavin of Cloverdale, his grandmother Florence Lollich and great aunt also of Cioverdale. survived by his loving companion Doug Sievers of Fresno, uncles and cousins. invited to a memorial service on Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m. Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1085 S. Cloverdale z,s suggests that memorial contributions be made to All About t N. Anna, Fresno, CA 93726. 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Cloverdale Blvd. Woman reports her young daugh- ter was approached by a suspicious man in a small brown car near the bus stop. Wallet taken from purse in class- room at Washington School. Geyserville man arrested on sus- picion of felony drunk driving at Washington & Champlain. Tuesday, May 21 Two sheep in roadway 1000 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Injury accident, vehicle vs. pedes- trian, on Champlain. Resident reports picking up a fawn in the area of summer bridge:: Fish and Game contacted. Wednesday, May 22 Resident on Healdsburg Ave. re- ports smelling natural gas. Eureka man reporls golf clubs stolen from his car while parked in the 400 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. 12 keys on custodian-type belt ring lost on Lake SL Gunshots heard area of 2nd & N. Foothill. Juveniles reportedly riding dirt bikes and disturbing the peace on Cherry Creek. Two 12-packs of beer taken from business 700 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Light blue scooter with white bars missing from Allen Ave. Thursday, May 23 Watch found at City Park. Loud juveniles yelling and dis- turbing the piece on Alter. Physical dispute incoiving two men on Railroad Ave. Friday, May 24 Juveniles reported on 1st Slreet overpass yelling, playing and dis- turbing the peace. Petty theft reported at business 400 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Resident on Chablis reports find- ing a snake in garage. Animal Con- trol notified. Female student reported truant from Washington School. Trans- ported to school by officer. Gold jewelry taken from resi- dence on Chelsea Circle. Minor injury accident on NB US 101 at Elbridge. Saturday, May 25 Illegal burn on Lile Lane. Men skateboarding in pool at La Grande Motel. 3-car non-injury accident in i,, front of MGM Brakes. Man arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at Clover Market. Domestic dispute in parking lot at Jeffeson School. Domestic dispute 400 block N. Washington St. Cloverdale man arrested on US 101 at McCray Road on suspicion of drunken driving. Wheel came off moving trailer and rolled into parked car 800 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Sunday, May 26 Ambulance requested to assist man with gunshot wound to shoulder 27000 block River Rd. Transported by Cloverdale Ambulance to Com- munity Hospital. Non injury traffic accident 500 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Police assistance requested for small child accidentally locked in- side car at Quik Stop. Cloverdale man arested on suspi- cion of public intoxication after cre- ating a disturbance at business in 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pvt. 1st Class Ronald Marincic Army Pvt. 1st Class Ronald A. R. Marincic has returned home to Fort Stewart, Hinesville, GA., from Operation Desert Storm. He is assigned to the 3rd Engineer Battalion, 24th Infantry Division. The 3rd helped the 24th cross into Iraq from Saudi, Arabia, by breaking through the border defense barriers built by the Iraqis, allowing the armored vehicles to get into Iraq. After the 24th, the Iraqui 26th Commando Brigade and four Republican Gvisious, over 5,000 POWs were captiOed. The 3rd s& up camps in th phrates River Valley. A combat ngineer, he is the son of Ronald E. and Priscilla M. Marincic of Clovetdale. Sports Auction and Dinner will benefit Santa Rosa Boys & Girls Club The Santa Rosa Boys & Girls Club will stage their 2nd annual Sports Auction and Dinner, featuring San Francisco Forty-Niner starting Linebacker Bill Romanowski, on Saturday, June 8. Tickets are $18 for adults, $12 for children, and will include a steak, barbeque chicken and rib dinner catered by Cattleman's. Silent auction, cocktails and auto- graph session begins at 6:30 p.m., with dinner at 7:30 p.m., followed by the Live Auction at 8:00 p.m. Among the items going up for bid are San Fancisco 49ers autographed jerseys and helmets, baseball cards, Giants tickets, fitness equipment, sporting goods and more. For tickets, call 542-3249. May 29. 1991 CIoverdale Reveille Pae 5 The Footnotes weren't the only ones having a great time - as evidenced by Mr. & Mrs. Giusso above/ Vanessa Lopez and Jeremiah Kaisi had a great time at the Dance,A-Rama. They are members of the Washington School "Footnotes". Footnotes Ballroom Dance Club presents Spring Dance-A-Rama The first Spring Dance-A-Rama of the Footnotes Ballroom Dance Club was presented at Washington School on Friday, May 17. Parents, relatives and  friends attended the "Invitation Only" event, which was organized by Tonya Giusso, The Foomotes were "dressed to the nines", with the boys wearing slacks, white shirts, black ties and cumberbunds. The girls came dressed in their gorgeous evening gowns. The students showed their versa- tility by performing the Tango, Cha Cha, Swing, Waltz, Rumba, Shadow, Fast Dance, Merengue, Samba and Fox Trot. There were solo routines, as well, as part of the freestyle competition. Members of the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Santa Rosa judged the competition and also treated the audience to a professional show. Guests were invited to dance during the general dance sessions. Memboof the Footnoteswho participated in the Dance-A.Rama were Pierrette Robetson-Tierney, April Pack, Anna Imbach, Nancy Trimble, Brianna Vega, Christina Mobbs, Angela Hernandez, Anna Fee, Robby Jojola, Chris Green, Erin Marbry, Jaimy Hargus, Mindi Sessions, Heidi Yanglin, Karey Welsh, Jenny Nickolaus, Angela Evans, Sequioia Medina, Vanessa Lopez, Sari Parker, Becky Buer- gler, Joe Huang, Gordie Briseno, Justin Jackson, Aaron Viccellio, Mary Ann Gonzales, Jamie McCart, Cassandra Woods, Guy Owens, Jet- rod Potter, J.P. 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