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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 201 1 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA .................... , .... ....................  . ........................  .............................  {.= 1 Monday, May 30 12:35 a.m. Caller on Sandholm Rd. heard a loud bang and request- ed an officer drive by the area. 9:16 a.m. Citizen reports he lost his wallet in the Ray's Market park- ing lot. 11:52 a.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding an is- sue in his neighborhood. 12:48 p.m. Citizen reports the theft of a large amount of firewood. Temperatures Low Rai______nn May 30 71 48 May 31 75 46 .17 June I 60 45 .24 June 2 68 46 trace June 3 64 45 .15 June 4 62 52 .84 June 5 63 52 .50 Rainfall YTD 5129"-- Last YTD 46.43" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. 2:27 p.m. Report of a reckless driver on King Cir. 3:39 p.m. Report of a subject on a dirt bike speeding up and down N. Main St. "' 3:55 p.m. Request for an officer to check the welfare of four children staying with their mother on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. 4:14 p.m. Report of a bicycle that was left on the sidewalk on Hill- view Dr. 6:51 p.m. Report of a female sub- ject walking her dog off leash on Josephine Dr. 10:02 p.m. Report of a group of juveniles running around the area of S. Franklin St. 11:12 p.m. Officer out with a sus- picious person on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tuesday, May 31 1:06 a.m. Officer out on River Rd. requests a Sheriff Deputy for a pos- sible rape that just occured. 9:33 a.m. Caller on E. Third St. reports an unoccupied residence appears to have been broken into. 12:03 p.m. Officer out on E. First St. for a parking violation. Officer reports subject is unloading a canoe and will move shortly. 1:30 p.m. Report of a trailer parked on S. Washington St. for over a month. 2:43 p.m. Subject on Railroad Ave reports a possible criminal act against a juvenile female. 4:42 p.m. Report of two adults and three juveniles riding a scooter up and down Josephine Dr. S The helpful place. perfect paint for eveq00 Ace e:wY=rt IreCtlHer tFIw?deUr' :AceH s r d wa re , 'r ' 'are-c m fyaoCut ubokc oC TA c/a: H rat daW: e0 U  " ..,. ' Prices good June 1 through June 30, 2011. CLOVERDALE Open Monday- Friday 7:30am-7prn Saturday 8-6 - Sunday 9-5 894-2165 - 750 S. CIoverdale Blvd. The helpful place. Ace stores are independently owned and operated; offers and/or Ace Rewards benefits are available only at participating stores. The prices in this advertisement are suggested by Ace Hardware Corporation, Oak Brook, IL. Product selection/color and sale items and prices may vary by store. This advertisement may also contain clearance and closeout items and items at Ace everyday low prices. Red Hot Buys listed in the advertisement will extend through the end of the month. Some items may require assembly. Return and "rain check" policies vary by store; please see your Ace store for details. Product selection and prices at vary from those in this advertisement. Ace is not responsible for printing or typographical =. ]  G ,''' errors. Prices are valid through June 30, 2011, while supplies last. June 2011 I From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille I Through lhe Years I Matters that are More or Less of Interest By ]oyce Mann June 10, 1911 100 years ago: One thousand barrels of California wine, more than three times as much as was ever before shipped in a single lot, was consigned for Japan and shipped. A great effort is being made in Santa Clara Valley to secure white help to handle the fruit crops this year, and to eliminate Chinese and Japanese workers. In order to do this, school children and college students will be urged to take the places of the Orientals. E. A. Cooley has men removing the debris from his West Street business property. Shortly the erection of a building will begin to supplant the one destroyed by fire on Thursday night of last week. The building will very probably be constructed of concrete. June 8, 1961 - 50 years ago: City Council at its regular meeting voted unanimously to enter into a contract with the County for the City to manage the swim- ruing pool at the Veterans Me ........ h. modal Building for the three summer months. Under the agreement the Recreation De- partment will hold its swim- ming classes at the pool in the morning, and in the afternoons the pool will be open to the public. Council also voted unani- mously to sign a 10 year lease with Cloverdale High School District on the property on North West Street for a park site. The site was formerly oc- cupied by the old West Street school building. The garden clubs had asked Council to acquire the property by lease for a park site and assume its upkeep. June 11, 1986 - 25 years ago: City Council passed unanimously, on first reading, a proposed ordi- nance to establish a rent control program for mobile home parks. The ordinance sets up a three-member rent review commission with one alternate who may vote in the absence of any one member. Violation of the ordinance would be a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $500 or a maximum of six months in jail. The ordinance is due for its second reading June 16, and should take effect 30 days after that final reading. Mrs. Matthews, an 80-year old "grandmother" who has no natural children of her own, maintains that in 1935 she wrote a story which spawned the characters Snap, Crackle, and Pop, used to this day as pitchmen for Rice Krispies, the then new creation of the Kellogg's Cereal Company. Her story about Snap, Crackle and Pop was written as an entry in a Kellogg's contest. In their ad the Kellogg Company stated that all entries would become a property of the Kellogg Cereal Compa- ny. Mrs. Matthews did not win the contest, yet the Kellogg Company has profited since 1935 through the use of her characters Snap, Crackle, and Pop. 5:20 p.m. Caller requests an offic- glasses from his vehicle overnight. er on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a ten- 10:45 a.m. Citizen on Homewood ant who is moving out. Ct. reports someone went through 5:29 p.m. Report of multiple her vehicle overnight. roosters that are crowing constant- 4:25 p.m. Report of three juve- ! 1; 6hShatfari pr:, ....  ,. : 17, niles digging along renunciation ,1" rr  8:26 p:. Rp 6f aCtat6Crl' - for a bridge spanning over b ceek .: smoking;'dope" inside of a :v.ehi'cle on. Venezia Way. ?fficer .wa, rad parked on Franklin St. and advised juvenifesl Wednesday, June I 5:44 p.m. Report of a bike aban- 5:48 a.m. Caller on Homewood doned on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Ct. reports someone stole his sun- >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 HunterDouglas COoke/,e4 Open Tuesday- Saturday 894-8665 115 N. Cloverdale Blvd. i i I I-...-.-- I i...._._ e Cloverdale Lions Club Is Proud to Serve the Fathers of U t t t Cloverdale for over 41 years Our Annual Father's Day Pancake nreakfast00 Sunday, June 19 7AM -- Noon at City Park Treat Dad to a great breakfast of pancakes, sausage, eggs, milk and coffee! Adults $8. - Kids under 12 $4. Tickets available from any Lions Club member