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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, June 28 8:42 a.m. Request an officer come to Jefferson School for suspicious items that were found. 1:57 p.m. Citizen reports finding an injured bird. Citizen was provid- ed with the number to Bird Rescue. 3:50 p.m. Report of a vehicle tak- ing up multiple parking spaces on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 5:38 p.m. Report of a tree in the roadway on Dutcher Creek Rd. CHP was notified. 9:44 p.m. Report of a male and female arguing loudly on S. Clover- dale Blvd. 10:54 p.m. Officer out with a sub- ject on Railroad Ave. Subject checked OK. Tuesday, June 29 12:39 a.m. Officer out with two subjects on North St. Subjects were warned and advised. 12:41 a.m. Officer out with a juve- nile on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 8:53 a.m. Report of suspicious ac- tivity between three subjects on N. Main St. 9:21 a.m. Report of a vehicle sto- len sometime overnight on Com- mercial St. Report taken. 10:19 a.m. Report of two male subjects loitering behind a dump- ster on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 11:00 a.m. Report of a 2 year old child screaming on N. Jefferson St. 11:47 a.m. Report of a suspicious male adult in the area of Chevron, 1:10 p.m. Citizen reports credit card fraud. Report taken. 3:56 p.m. Officer cited a subject for being drunk in public, in the area of the Plaza. 6:34 p.m. Subject reports finding a pair of reading glasses. 6:41 p.m. Subject on N. Clover- dale Blvd. reports his prescription bottle of vicodin was taken. 10:16 p.m. Officer out in the area of Bali Liquor with a subject who was cited earlier for being drunk in public. 11:38 p.m. Report of a male juve- nile shooting a BB gun in the direc- tion of people walking by a residence on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer contacted a 10 year old male or B&B 5 bedroom home w/2 inground pool & spa. 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Covered front porch, wood-burning stove, beautiful landscaped backyard & views. 28761riverroad.com $349,000 Temperatures Low Rain June 28 102 73 - June 29 96 57 - June 30 93 55 - July1 87 57 - July2 90 55 - July3 93 57 - July4 101 58 - RainIIYTD50.38"--LastY'rD 27.13 Datafrom ClovealeFireDept. Ii i who was shooting popcorn kernels from an airsoft pistol. Officer re- ports pistol is to be destroyed by the juvenile's father. Wednesday, June 30 12:51 a.m. 911 call reports a fe- male yelling "call the police, call the police" on Healdsburg Ave. Officer issued a citation to appear. 7:31 a.m. Citizen on Cherry Creek requests that an officer contact a subject who drives a loud vehicle in the area and request that he not drive that vehicle by his residence. Advice given. 11:24 p.m. Citizen brought in a set of keys that were found in the Plaza. 3:06 p.m. Officer out on S. Clover- dale Blvd. with a juvenile male who is trying to catch his loose dog. 7:00 p.m. Officer cited subjects on S. Cloverdale Blvd. for particpating in a speed contest. 7:40 p.m. Report of a suspicious female on E. First St. who is yelling. Officer warned and advised female. 8:18 p.m. Caller reports someone possibly tried to get into his home between midnight and 5:30 a.m. 9:07 p.m. 911 call reports a physi- cal disturbance between a mother and her adult son. Report taken. 9:29 p.m. Report of bike stolen on Garden Cir. Report taken. 10:50 p.m. Report of loud music in the area of S. Foothill Blvd. Offic- er reports subjects are stopping for the night. Thursday, July 1 3:45 a.m. Elderly male requests an officer standby while he does an ATM transaction. 2:55 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding an in- cident at the bank today. Advice given. 9:38 p.m. Report of juveniles in the creek on Marguerite Ln. One subject taken to county jail for rape. Friday, July 2 2:55 a.m. Officer out on S. Foothill Blvd. for an open garage door. Door was secured. 6:01 a.m. Report of a 12 volt auto- motive battery in the middle of the roadway on Blair St. Battery is old and leaking. 2:07 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding identi- ty theft. % Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate DON'T BE BLIND SIDED! Automobile manufacturers are mak- ing blind-spot detection systems increas- ingly available. These technologically advanced systems use cameras or radar to check adjoining lanes for vehicles that might otherwise escape drivers' view. Until vehicle owners can avail them- selves of these blind-spot warning sys- tems, they are advised to follow the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) recommendations for adjusting their mir- rors. According to the SAE, the side mir- rors should be set so far outward that their viewing angles only slightly overlap the image provided by the central rear- view mirror in the cabin. These setting positions may be a bit disorienting to drivers who are used to seeing the flanks of their own car in the side mirrors, but the settings do eliminate blind spots. HINT: Drivers should avoid the habit of looking over their shoulders to gauge the safety of a lane changing maneuver. Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 210 So. Cloverdale Blvd., Downtown Cloverdale 707.894-1072 From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Thrnugh lhe Years Matters that are More or Less of Interest By loyce Mann July 3, 1885 125 years ago: Misc. Gleanings from the Reveille: The Pay of Singers: A soprano voice commands a large salary. Next a rich contralto, which is worth a great deal because so few people posses a contralto voice. Then follows the tenor. A good tenor is a rarity, and is always in demand. Altos get a very good salary, but they must be far above the common in voice. Last comes the bass, they get about the poorest salary of any. The Tiger-Eye: The stone which has had the greatest run of late is tiger- eye, which has. a peculiar, dull fire. It is only a piece of petri- fied wood, turned smooth and polished. Antidote for Opium: For an overdose of opium, place a hand-vise on the thumbs, and snap clothes-pins on the fin- gers to neutralize the effects of the drug. July 7, 1960 - 50 years ago Cloverdale is going to estab .......................... lish its own weather station. City Council authorized the ex- penditure of $170 for a "C" type station to be situated at the sewage disposal plant site. J The station will consist of a shelter, rain gauge and thermometer. City employees at the disposal plant will man the station. The station will not have an official status. The official U. S. Weather Station for this area is located at Rockport Redwood Company. California's Redwood Empire region is growing faster than California as a whole. This is one of the trends indicated by preliminary 1960 census figures. According to these figures, the seven North Coast counties grew at the rate of 48 !4 per cent since the 1950 census, while the state grew at 46.7 per cent. July 10, 1985 - 25 years ago Remember When: When "hippie' meant big in the hips. A "trip" in- volved travel in cars, etc. "Hooked" was what a Grandmother's rug may have been. "Pot" was a vessel used for cooking. "Fix" was a verb for repair. "Grass" was a ground cover. "Groovy" meant furrowed with channels and hollows. "Bread" came from a bakery and not the mint. It's groovy, man groovy, but English it's not. Me thinks that our language is going to pot. A major Francis Ford Coppola film is going to be shot in Sonoma County in mid-August. The film company is recruiting actors and extras of all types. The film is called "Peggy Sue Got Married." 2:12 p.m. Report of a verbal argu- ment between a father and son on S. East St. 2:39 p.m. Citizen requests an of- ricer make a report regarding her truck being scratched. Advice giv- en. 4:34 p.m. Report of a manhole cover missing on N. Jefferson St./ Champlain Ave. 4:55 p.m. Cloverdale Healthcare Center reports the theft of tools by a resident. Officer warned and ad- vised resident. 6:54 p.m. Report of a subject rev- ving his car engine very loudly on Vista View. 9:59 p.m. Officer flagged down for a snake on the sidewalk on N. >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 Cafe'organization to promote financial literacy in Cloverdale A new organization has been formed in Cloverdale to promote financial literacy and micro enter- prise development, and it will be sponsoring a series of focus groups and other outreach this summer to determine the need for micro enter- prise development services. Clo- verdale Alliance for Financial Education (Cafe') has received a $6,725 grant from Community Ac- tion Partnership Sonoma to con- duct three focus groups and outreach into the Latino communi- ty, and a $500 contribution from WestAmerica Bank as support for its workshops. "Cafe' is a new collaboration of individuals, nonprofits, and for- profit organizations that believe fi- nancial education is an important contributor to the health and well- being of the community," said Rich Cowart, a spokesperson for Cafe'. "We want to facilitate various forms of personal financial educa- tion, such as basic budgeting, man- aging credit, foreclosure prevention, and steps to buying a home, using the services of existing providers such as WestAmerica Bank and Redwood Credit Union. Cafe' has a particular interest in mi- cro enterprise development, which assists the formation and growth of very small businesses. Micro enterprises are generally defined as businesses With fewer than five employees including the owner, and with capitol needs of less than $30,000. Grant funding for micro enterprise programs fre- quently limits activities to working with low-income households where self employment can either supple- ment existing sources of income, or replace them altogether. The Community Action grant will provide funding for Cafe' to engage West Company, a Mendoci- no County-based nonprofit with 20 years experience in micro enter- prise development, to do the pre- liminary work of conducting the focus groups and to help with out- reach to Cloverdale's Latino com- munity. Cafe' was initiated by members of Cloverdale Neighborhood Net- work. Besides WestAmerica and Redwood Credit Union, other orga- nizations that have worked with or supported Cafe's efforts are Clover- dale Community Outreach Com- mittee, St. Peter's Church, Ray's Food Place, Exchange Bank, Chase Bank, and CVS. Cloverdale Mayor Carol Russell, who began the effort to bring a mi- cro enterprise development pro- gram to Cloverdale back in 2007 and hosted Cafe's first workshop earlier this year, said, "The Com- munity Action grant will help Cafe' and West Company to take some important first steps. Micro enter- prise is potentially an important tool for providing economic oppor- tunity to our existing residents as well as the additional 3,500 project- ed for the coming decade." For more information about Cafe' or the planned focus groups, con- tact Rich Cowart at (707) 669-0441 or Jim Wagele at (707) 894-0971. jwagele@comcast.net. My Daddy Found AHearing Solution. Y0g tAN T00! MENDOClNOJLAKE AUDIOLOGY UKIAH 756 S. Dora St. 463-2966