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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2011 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA  . ;:   , . . . . . o ,:. : ::  :  .. ........... .. ...........  .........  ............. .. ::: "'i. :.'': ::- ",,. ,:" : .... :- 'ill : :' i. ' Monday, June 13 7:14 a.m. Caller reported a bat in his house and he had no idea who to call about it. Dispatcher gave the number for Western Bat Specialists. 9:50 a.m. Report of vandalism to a play structure near Daly Field. 11:45 a.m. Report of graffiti on the rear wall of a downtown busi- ness. 4:32 p.m. Report of two female transients at a McCray Rd. resi- dence. Building was secure. Clover- dale Police assisted the Sheriff's office. 8:34 p.m. Caller requested that officer make contact with a neigh- bor regarding a neighborhood is- sue on Healdsburg Ave. 10:39 p.m. Report of people being loud on Main Street. Tuesday, June 14 1:47 a.m. Report of a verbal dis- turbance on Ioli Ranch Cir. Officer 27705 Dutcher Creek kd. Cloverdele, CA 95425 707-894-5992 www.formym, dfud.om Carrying a full line of hay, grains, pet food, pet toys, and country gifts. $12 off 241b or larger Blue Buffalo Dog Food $10 Blue Buffalo discount $2 Farm Yard Feed discount Healthy Holistic $4 off 71b Blue Buffalo Cat Food $3 Blue Buffalo discount $1 Farm Yard Feed discount Offers Good through July 22, 2011 Temperatures Low Rai____nn June 13 89 60 June 14 98 60 June 15 96 61 June 16 96 56 June 17 89 57 June18 85 50 June 19 94 51 Rainfall YTD 51.31"-- Last YTD 46.16" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. said situation was under control. 4:53 a.m. Report of a man dressed in black looking into cars on N. Jef- ferson. He took off when caller saw him, heading towards Portofino. 9:32 a.m. Report of a dog barking -non-stop on Grape Gables Way. ! 9:41 a.m. A Tarman Dr. resident reported that two men took tires from her driveway. The men said that they were told to recycle them. The phone number that they gave the woman was a Mendocino County Parks number. The resident just wanted police to be on the look- out for them in case they were not telling the truth. 12:58 p.m. A lost bunny rabbit with brown lopped ears was report- ed missing from Oakbrook Ln. 4:31 p.m. Graffiti reported to the wall of a Cloverdale Blvd. business. 6:02 p.m. A request to check the welfare of a dog in the backyard of a house on Hardister. It sounded like a dog fight and one dog was injured. Report taken for Animal Control. 8:16 p.m. Report of a fight on Mo- naco Cir. When officer arrived there was no fight and nobody could be located. 10:17 p.m. Officer out with Sher- iff deputy to move a man out of the road on River Rd. Wednesday, June 15 8:19 a.m. Caller on Portofino Way requests an officer check the wel- fare of a dog that is crying as if in distress at a house that looks emp- ty. Officer reports puppy belongs to new home owners that are in the processor-moving in ........ 8:40 a.m. Report of graffiti at the Druids Hall on N: Clverdale Btd, 11:5,a.rlt,. Ret of.ra*bfotcen  window at the old Grapevine build- ing On S. Cloverdale Blvd. 2:53 p.m. Report of two subjects trying to make entry into a vehicle with a Slim Jim. 3:17 p.m. Officer out in the area of the Water Plant to check on a homeless encampment. 8:58 p.m. Caller reports her brother is on the levee and some- one is on the way there to beat him up for stealing a cell phone. 11:48 p.m. Report of barking dogs on Mulberry St. Officer reports there were cats fighting in the alley- Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate ARE YOU GOING TO START UP AGAIN? One of the fuel-saving technologies that consumers can expect to see more often in the future is the "stop-start" feature. Already commonly used in hy- brids, this system automatically limits idling when the vehicle comes to a stop, For instance, when the automobile stops for a red light, the engine comput- er cuts the spark and fuel. When the light turns green and the driver lifts his or her foot off the brake or engages the clutch, the engine restarts. While some might ask if this fuel-saving technology actually uses more fuel by repeatedly restarting the vehicle, the fact is that engines running at optimum tempera- ture do not use an excessive amount of fuel when starting up again. With gas prices so high, little tips like these can really add up to big savings. If you have any questions about ways to save fuel, or about how to most effi- ciently run your car, please call our shop and talk to one of our ASE-certi- fled technicians. Not only can we offer you gas-saving tips, we can also pro- vide the preventative maintenance that will make your car run more efficiently. Finally, we catch small problems be- fore they become big and expensive headaches. And if we do find a prob- lem, we have the expertise to fix it right, the first time. We are open from 7:30 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday. Deal- ership Expertise, Hometown Service. Hint: Cold engines "run rich" (con- sume more fuel than normal) until they reach proper operating temperature. Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of CIoverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 210 So. Cloverdale Blvd., Downtown CIoverdale 707-894- t072 From the pages of the Cloverdal Reveille Through lhe Years Matters that are More or Less of Interest By ]oyce Mann June 24, 1911 100 years ago The Alert Fire Company tested the fire hose, on hand, and found that the town had 350 feet of hose unfit for use in the event of a fire. The hose was passed onto the street commissioner to use in flushing sewers. 400 feet of new hose has been ordered. The new hose with 600 feet of comparatively new hose, already being used, will give the firemen 1000 feet of first-class hose for fighting fires. Two asbestos and steel fire screens have been added to the equipment, which will enable the hose- men to get up close to the flames. The town is now well equipped to fight fires. All slot machines in Sonoma County, which involves an element of chance, went out of existence promptly at 12 o'clock Wednesday night. Some of the owners have stored their machine awaiting a decision on the new law; will it be a misde- meanor to have the machines in one's possession? June 15,1961 - 50 years ago City Council had a lengthy dis- cussion on a airport for the city. The County Board of Supervi- sors still have a number of questions to resolve before an agreement can be made be- tween the county and the city on construction and mainte- nance of the 00port I i Cloverdale's inadequate water : :CON l '  l U " I    p a  situation again came up for ER i e I111 discussion. A motion to take from the table the South End Water Development Project, which had been estimated to cost about $79,000, lost by a 3 to 2 vote. June 18, 1986 - 25 years ago Residents of Cherry Creek subdivision now have an easier time finding their way home. In December 1985 a request to Caltrans for a road sign designating Cherry Creek Road be erected on US 101, both north bound and south bound. After a field review by Caltrans, the sign was installed early in June. The signs may not make turning from Cherry Creek onto US 101 any easier, but at least on-coming traffic will know there's a road. In its time-honored tradition, Cloverdale's Century Lions Club, is once again sponsoring an old fashion, rip-roaring Fourth of July celebration, scheduled for Cloverdale City Park. For the park events, the old favor- ites will be back and some new events added. The turtle races, the male- only pretty legs contest, the diaper derby, and a dunk tank will be featured, as well as plenty of games and contests, like the three-legged race and horseshoes. At approximately 9 p.m., the Lions will set off their annual big bang fireworks display at the high school. way that were probably making the dogs bark. Thursday, June 16 10:08 a.m. Caller from the Library reports a situation involving library keys. 11:10 a.m. Report of loud music coming from a vehicle Wallace Ln. 11:31 a.m. Report of family dis- rbq.c,e between a [6 yea T 01d and his father on Railroad Ave. 2:01 p.m. Caller reports someone took her son's cell phone while he was at Furber Park. 2:36 p.m. Officer out with a run- away at Ray's Food Place. 4:50 p.m. Citizen reports a dis- pute with his neighbor. 6:04 p.m. Report of a subject in a >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 gmerD0000= Open Tuesday - Saturday 894-8665 115 N. Cioverdale Blvd. Every minute counts when you're suffering a stroke. Many people who suffer a stroke have irreversible impairments. They simply wait too long or don't get help. When should you act? Fast! When you have unexplained weakness in your arms or legs, feel numbness in your arms, find yourself unable to speak or have difficulty swallowing among other symptoms, don't wait CALL 911. These symp- toms can be associated with a severe headache or you could passout or worse experience paralysis. With modem treatments, some types of strokes can actual- ly be stopped in progress and reversed, but time is critical. Modern care requires specific time parameters when dealing with stroke. We offer state-of-the-art pre-hospital assessments and treatments. Our para- medics can perform tests to clarify if you are having a stroke. We can start treatment of symptoms with medications at your house. This early intervention can save your quality of life. Our teams will transport you to specific stroke treatment centers with an assessment and notifi- cation already made. With this team approach you can be under specific advanced care in under 60 minutes. If you attempt to drive yourself you waste time and delay treatment that 30 minutes could leave you debilitated. If you think you are having a stroke CALL 911 and let our team treat your symp- toms and get you where you need to be. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE -- CALL 91 1 We treat and transport irrespective of insurance or lack of insurance