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Cloverdale, California
June 25, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, June 25, 1997 Monday, June 16 Woman reports a juvenile shot at her with a paint gun from a grey pick-up at S. Franklin and Las Colinas. 911 report of a woman chasing a man at 400 block N. Cloverdale Blvd.--apparently the pair had been arguing. Man arrested at Citrus Fair Drive for drunk driving. Ambulance requested for a man at Healdsburg Ave. with a tightness in his chest. Taken to HGH. Ambulance responded to Ot- toboni Drive for woman having difficulty breathing. Taken to HGH. Tuesday, June 17 Woman at N. Jefferson reports her green Toyota Tercel was sto- len during the night. Cloverdale Food Center re- ports someone broke their lock during the night but no entry was made. Male juvenile reports a win- dow is broken at Jeffersen School and a door is open. Woman reports her juvenile daughter has runaway from her S. Franklin St. home. Novato man reports his son, who lives in Cloverdale, has run away. Anonymous reports of three male juveniles threatening to break into the Boys and Girls Club. Three juveniles warned and advised. Woman reports her husband choked her and threatened to killer her. He was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on his spouse. Wednesday, June 18 Woman reports a male subject on Railroad Ave. is wearing only a hospital robe. Man took the City Bus home. Woman at N. Washington re- ports someone broke the head- light on her car and dented her hood during the night. Ambulance requested at Asti Road for a subject with a possi- ble broken leg. Ambulance requested for ve- hicle vs. pedestrian at Asti Road and Citrus Fair Drive. Taken to Santa Rosa Community Hospi- tal. Thursday, June 19 Man at Roan Court reports a 13  TV, Vivitar camera and Timex watch were stolen from his home. Woman reports theft of cas- sette tapes and a flashlight from her vehicle. Under investigation. Signal failure reported at Cit- rus Fair and S. Cloverdale Blvd. All lights flashing red. Man arrested at N. Cloverdale Blvd. and Second for drunk driv- ing. Cited to appear. Friday, June 20 Juvenile was observed with alcohol by an officer. Subject ran, but was caught by the officer who also found he had burglar tools in his possession. Arrested and released to guardians. Man reports his video camera and skydi .ving helmet were tak- en from the airport sometime during the night. Possible child abuse under in- vestigation. Overturned big rig started fire on hillside two miles north of Cloverdale. Non-injury. Man reports window of vehi- cle smashed at West Second street. Woman reports a male juve- nile is jumping from the First Street Bridge. He was warned and advised. Saturday, June 21 Man arrested for drunk driv- ing at Jefferson and Butler Court. All lights flashing red at inter- section of Citrus Fair drive and S. Cloverdale Blvd. DIRT CHEAP I PLANE TICKEPS .PAQ-M CIIS l (I01)824-2550 !1 307 South Main Street Sebastopol J DIRT CHllAP TRAVIILJ Sunday, June 22 Man at Champlain reports flashlight stolen from vehicle. Officer reports finding a small amount of contraband during a traffic stop at 300 block N. Clo- verdale Blvd. Last week 10-year-old Kiel Nagel became the third juvenile to be rewarded with a Longs T-Shirt and gift certificate for following traffic safety laws while riding Cloverdale Streets. Random inspection at Lake Sonoma; several cited On Saturday, June 4, law en- forcement officers from the CHP and. Sonoma County Sheriff's Department, conducted the first random inspection for the sum- mer of 1997 of boats, personal watercraft (jet skis) and trailers at the Lake Sonoma Visitor Cen- ter. Tle goal was to assist the boat- ing public in the recover of sto- len boats and personal water craft, and to increase awareness of theft trends and prevention methods. Also present were rang- ers from the US Army Corps of Engineers, who provided infor- mation on what Lake Sonoma has to offer. The US Coast Guard Auxiliary also conducted courte- sy marine safety inspections for any boater upon request. A large number of violations were observed during the inspec- tion process, and some boaters were cited. The CHP wishes to remind owners of personal wa- tercraft, that all vessels are re- quired to have a current registration certificate on board. The trailer is also required to have a current registration cer- tificate available upon request by any peace officer. Owners should become famil- iar with the vehicle identifica- tion numbers and their location on the vessel or trailer. Make sure your boat is secured prop- erty to the trailer with the re- quired tie downs. Safety chains on all towed vehicles are required to be attached to the towing ve- hicle by a positive means of at- tachment. The common use of "S" hooks are no longer permit- ted. If you need assistance with any. of the ve, feel free to contact your local CHP officer or a member ofthe Sonoma Coun" Sheriff Boating Unit. rdale Memorial Pool June 23- August 15, 1997 7:00 :00 9:00 I0:00 II:00 F00 ' ! t'00 1 00 ,i i 7:00 [_ ! ':00 Lap swim 7-9 M PPN, Swim Lessons and Por- poise Club 9 am-12 pm Open Exercise Lap Swim Open Swim 1-4:30 pm Lessons 4:45-5:45 PM H20 Exercise FAMILY sWIM & Lap swim 7 pM.Close Tuosdy Lap swim 7-9 AM PPN, SWim Lessons and Por- poise Club 9 am-12 pm Open Exercise Lap Swim Open Swim 14:30 pm Lessons 4:45-5:45 PM H20 Exercise FAMILY sWIm & LaP swim 7 pM.Close Wodrosda, PPN, Swim Lessons and Por- poise Club 9 am-12 pm Open Exercise Lap Swim Open Swim 14:30 pm Lessons 4:45-5:45 PM H20 Exercise FAMILY SWIM & Lap swim 7 pM.Close LaP swim 7-9 AM PPN, Swim Lessons and Por- poise Club 9 am-12 pm Open Exercise Lap Swim Open Swim 1-4:30 pm LaP swim 7-9 AM PPN, Swim Lessons and Por- poise Club 9 am-12 pm Open Exercise Lap Swim Open Swim 14:30 pm Lessons 4:45-5:45 PM H20 Exercise FAMILY swiM & LaP swim 7 pM.Ciose Lessons 4:45-5:45 PM H20 Exercise FAMILY SWIM & LaP swim 7 pM-Close Open Swim 1-5 pm ,==, Sign up now for our second swim lesson session starting on July 7th. Swim lessons are only $39 for a two week session. For more information on other programs and prices call 894-3236 or 545-YMCA Ext. 22. Cloverdale Pooh 215 W First St, Cloverdale 894-3236 Sonoma County Family YMCA 545-9622 i Madline Madeline Montedonico-Higgins, 78, died June 12, 1997. She had lived in Cloverdale for years. Born in Williamstown, Massachusetts, May 10, 1919, was one of ten children bern to Abigail Elger and She is survived by her brother Halsey McLain Mass; her son Howard Higgins of Rono, Nevada; and her husband Henry Marquez of Buena Park; Daw of Cloverdale and son-in-law Gene Gianoli of Cloverdale, grandchildren Lisa Ewing, Darla Shipley, Darren Mark Todd and Jason Higgins and Ryan and Alex: and her ten great grandchildren and numerous nieces, and cousins. She is also survived by her dear friends Moore, Virginia Thompson and many other friends in She enjoyed playing bingo twice a week and trips to Madeline was preceded in death by her daughter Gianoli and her grandchildren Ronald Gianoli and gins and her husbands Howard Higgins and Albert A Celebration of a Memorial Mass of Christian Peter's Catholic Church, Cloverdale, on June commencing at 10 am. Private inurnment with Rosa Memorial Park, Santa Rosa. Memorial gifts may be made to the Diabetes or the Cancer Society. Le u ng Kong Leung Kong, 68, entered into rest after a long illness on June 9. He was the beloved husband of Suey Lan recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary m He was the loving father of Juliana Shi of Concord, of Ukiah, Linda Kong of Ukiah, Judy Lee Kong-Vasquez of San Jose. He was the dear Benson Shi, Victor Lee and David Vasquez; adored Brian Stoddard, Jessica and Derrick Lee. survived by his brother, Por Kong of Daly City nephews. A native of mainland China, he fled communist rule to Hong Kong in 1949. From there, he immigrated to States in 1958. He later lived in San Francisco and Ukiah at the family owned grocery store. In 1968, his wife children immigrated to the US to reunite the family. and the Kong family took over as the owners of Penny of Cloverdale. After many years of hard work, he Services were held at the Green Street Mortuary, on Saturday, June 14, followed by burial at the Look Sa Cemetery in Colma, California. 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