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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, June 18, 1997 Monday, June 9 Ambulance requested at Hwy. 101 and Geysers Read for a vehi- cle accident. Cloverdale Ambu- lance and REACH responded. Report of trespassers at Red- wood Empire Lumber--group dispersed upon officer's arrival. Tuesday, June 10 Healdsburg General reports they have a female subject who was the victim of domestic vio- lence in Cloverdsle. Case under investigation. Woman reports two male juve- niles in possession of marijuana on school grounds. Report that two male juveniles playing with water balloons broke a window at Domenich- elli's Real Estate. Report of juveniles throwing water balloons at cats at Second and Washington Street. They were warned and advised. Wednesday, June 11 Ambulance requested at Red- wood Empire Lumber for injured person. Lumber stolen from Clover- dale High during the past week. Boys and Girls Club reports a juvenile took money from their drawer. Male juvenile arrested. Woman reports juveniles threw a bomb bag into her vehi- cle while parked at Washington School. Thursday, June 12 Woman reports her neighbor is threatening her at S. Clover- dale Blvd. Woman reports $50 was stolen from her purse at Jefferson School. Exxon reports one of their signs was taken from in front of the store during the night. Shoplifter in custody at Longs. Man reports a man is yelling at people and making karate type gestures. The subject was moved along. Woman reports thelt and dam- age to property at S. Cloverdale Blvd. business possibly done by an employee. Friday, June 13 Washington School reports there is a male juvenile on cam- pus with contraband. He was arrested and cited to appear. Report of a female flashing her breasts at passerby at 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman was arrested for indecent exposure. Report that toilet at City Park is continuously flushing. Woman reports her father beat her up at Caldwell. He was ar- rested for battery and being drunk in public. Saturday, June 14 Sonoma County Sheriff's Of- fice requested Cloverdale police to be on the look out for a group of vehicles on Hot Springs Read speeding. One sedan had a keg on board. A subject was arrested for drunk driving. Sunday, June 15 Report of.a vehicle over the embankment on Geysers Read with a fuel leak. Vehicle was stolen and abandoned. Anonymous report of juveniles drinking beer in the back of ve- hicles at West Second St. Some of those present were of drink- ing age. Group was broken up. Sonoma County Sheriff's Of- rice requested ambulance for a 20 year-old fall victim from dive position, unable to move, possi- bly paralyzed. Cloverdale am- bulance responded--REACH transported. Jeffery Carrillo arrested for four warrants. Twed of throwing your weight around? TIMEROFF & ,  McCORMICK L- \\; VODKA s900%. wo00s 'ER MILK $269 lilt }IH,.'*."..r II|()IdII|(aSS('(..C(I]] DRO & CAMEL CIGARETTES BALL WE CARRY 5/30, 20/50, ATF, TYPE F 40 BASIC AND DORALS Holding a proclamation from the State Legislature, Randy Randolph, chairman of the CIoverdale Health Care District and Citrus Fair Queen Jenny Nickolaus have just completed the dbbonuttlng ceremony for the opening of the district's new facility at the corner of Main and Second Street. Shown with them are, from L, Director Jim DeMartlni, Manager Tom Hinrlche, Mrs. Randolph, Director Mary Sink, Mayor Tom Sink and Director Mary Jo Winter. The evening Included a delicious dinner catered by Margery and Ray Peece and daughter Andrea in recognition of the District's many dedicated volunteers. Off-site work Clover S before City A special session day, June 18 to al of an off-site im agreement with Partners. The Council p.m. in chambers at 124 N. Cloverdale The partnership is ble for the improvements for Springs Project sideration as a Del opment. The partners have permission to procee d off-site work, prior to of the Del Web[ pletion during season. God made the and it is by Carl exquisite and organization which to us from the ~I;I.W. Christopher Dlnno, the local architect who designed the handsome new quarters for the Cloverdale Health Care District, was given special recognition at the volunteer appreciation dinner for his excellent work. He Is shown with his wife Jeanne. I Evening of words and music June 22 The Literacy Arts Group pre- sents an evening of poetry, sto- rytelling and song celebrating local life and landscape featur- ing Elizabeth Herron, Patti Trimble, Bill Horvitz, Connie Coleman and Pablo Rodriguez on Sunday, June 22 at 7:30 pm at the S ebastopol Cinemas Little Theater on Laguna Park Way-- right next to Sebastopol Center for the Arts where a reception will follow the performance. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. American Heart 1 Associatiom:qUy Fghhng Heart Osease and Stroke Exercise. Blue Cross of California Authorized Aent $40 Copay Plan Call 894-9560  R,t. 2/15/97 Age S oer+ Sulctibe Family Subscriber+ C Chdm 19-29 27 54 49 94 67 30-39 42 69 64 110 73 40-49 68 110 90 147 95 50-59 113 181 135 210 137 60-64 135 223 145 244 156 CTfara-in aaiates 128 N Cloverdale Blvd - Cloverdale CA 95425 - License@ 0696864 Specializing in the Cloverdale and Healdsburg Areas "Satisfaction Guaranteed!" Colleen Jones In recognition of his leadership and years of dale Health Care Distflct (formerly called the Hospital Impressive new emergency services building that district's two ambulances, offices and been dedicated to Board Chairman Randy Randolph with Mrs. Randolph .The bronze plaque beadng his installed at the entryway to the premises. The living enable the district to have crew members on call 24 Lions need donations for fireworks The Cloverdale Lions Club will once again dale's 21st Annual Fourth of July Public the evening of July 4, at the Cloverdale High School Field (Allen Memorial Field) at dusk. The cost of providing the fireworks ha means of any one club or organization. The Club is soliciting financial support from all clubs, organizations nesses and individuals citizens. If you wish to contribute please send your the Cloverdale Lions Club, PO Box 763, Cloverdale, CA ! Donations will also be accepted by Lions Project Chuck Sibert at 1301 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEW The Doctors of North Ba] are proud to announce the expansion of our practice opening of our new Healdsburg office at 1 Suite F. A full range of eye,care will be provided bY extensive pand of professionals. Please call 433-9475 to schedule an appointment with: Jason Baeharach, M.D ........ Glaucoma and Cataract Mark Jacobson, M.D ....... Pediatric and Strabiomus Paul Campion, M.D ........................ General Chris Kim, M.D ...... Cornea Surgery and Refractive (available mid-July) Jeffrey Andersen, O.D ..... Primary Eye Care/Contact (available mid-June) HORIZON VSlON CENTER MEMBER