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'I)LICE LOG Monday, July 15 Vice arrested on outstand- main arrested on sus- Io[DUI at US 101 & Asti Rd. Garcia arrested on warrants. c dispute 1130 block E. 4th School target of injury traffic accident, rs. pedestrian, US 10l & r. dispute on Clark St. s reportedly lighting off 100 block S. Wash- pool party disturbing the of Elbridge and Mar- Tuesday, July 16 Juveniles attempting to van- Mcl:s at Hillview and Officer took them home and lem to their parents. shrubs taken from drive- ers,)n School off Venezia pane broken at School. man fatally injured in accident near NACO ! Geysers Rd. dog disturbing the peace 101 & Brookside. year old female black lab blo :k S. Cloverdale Blvd. !aSSaults his mother, cutting in the struggle. Ambulance called to Scene of accident, vehicle Hwy 128 and RR tracks Ambulance crew there were no injuries. party on Haehl disturbing on Josephine Dr. pute 100 block Wednesday, July 17 man arrested on of DUI at US101 & Franklin. Passenger arrested on suspicion of public intoxication. Gray G I2 Centurian road bike and tools reportedly missing from residence on Oakbrook Lane. Downed power line 4(K) block School St. caused by tree trimmers. Noisy juveniles disturbing the peace on Clark. Barking dogs disturbing the peace on Hardister. Thursday, July 18 Display cases near office at Jefferson School target of vandals. Juvenile prankste4rs disturbing the peace on W. 2nd St. Two juveniles and mother given warning by officer. Non injury trfffic accident 800 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Wooden bench stolen from in front of business on Railroad Ave. Friday, July 19 Miniature male beagle missing from residence on Railroad Ave. Vehicle reliever on USI01 just north of county line. Minor injuries. Vehicle reliever on US 101 at Asti Rd. No injuries. Juvenal Chavez arrested on outstanding warrant. Woman, 5 months pregnant, reports car door hit her in stomach as driver sped off. Transported by Cloverdale Ambulance to Healds- bur General Hospital. Injury accident Heidi Melissa Chancy suffered injuries when she allegedly fell asleep at the wheel at 5:15 on Friday the 19. Driving her Toyota Tercel on northbound I01 just south of Asti Road Chancy reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and ran off the right side of the road. She overcorrected to the left and overturned. Chaney, 18 years old, is a resident of Ukiah. i:e organizations sought we relief to refugees e Department of Social Ls seeking proposals from tvice providers in order to ally $5 million in federal available to provide services in the United States. ederal office of Refugee ent annotmcl the availa- $4,819,500 to states for Assistance Discretionary available for serv- fiscal year 1991. health; education; employ- state's application package to the Federal Office, proposals must be received by the Department no later than August 9, 1991, 5 p.m. "Services organizations are en- couraged to apply," said Lonnie Carlson, the Department's Interim Director. "We hope to utilize every penny possible of federal funding that will provide opportunities for refugees to adjust to their new American surroundings." Organizations interested in receiv- ing packets to submit proposals to be included in the state's application Motorcycle Fatality The b(xly of Timothy John Boyd, age 29, of Cloverdale, was discov- ered Thursday, July 16 by an uniden- tified person out for a walk along Old Redwood Highway just south-of Preston Road. t4e was the victim of a motorcycle accident. Boyd's body was spotted 30 to 40 feet down an embankment. The area where the victim drove off the road h&s a slight curve but there is no evidence as to why he crashed, he was not wearing a hel- met. Boyd was la.t seen by a friend on July 13, at 3:30 a.m. A missing persons report was filed with the sheriff's department. Free help for small businesses Starting or expanding a small busi- ness this Summcr? Free counseling from volunteer business professionals is available from the Small Business Center. Plea call 524-7171 for further information, or drop by the office at 3033 Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa. This past week was very exciting for the American Legion Auxiliary, Wiliam Russell Ledford Unit #293, as we received a telephone call from our district president, who had just gotten home from the Riverside convention to inform us that our unit had won on state level in the firs'. prize category. Can you imagine Cloverdale win- ning both firsts in Group I and Group II on the state level which included schools from every where where auxiliary units exist, that we from Cloverdale Washington School both won first place? She sent the cita- tions and checks as she felt the checks shouldbe cashed as soon as possible because our auxiliary year starts July 1. Monday July 15, was Mary Jo Winters last day as the editor of the Cloverdale Reveille, so we invited the two Poppy Poster winners to come with us to bid Mary Jo farewell and thank her for all the publicity, pictures and etc. given on behalf of the American American Legion Auxiliy localh'. Some of otlr members also visiied the Reveille. Aria Mac Bogner, local Poppy Chairman, on behalf of the auxiliary, presented Derrick Fonnest in Group I, 4th and 5th grades a check in the amount of $25 and a gorgeous citation, and in Group II, services addressing refu- should contact: victimization prob- Lisa Fernandes/Deborah Tran rflP_,, Refugee and Immigration Pro [ 1 Department of Social grams Branch, State Department .IIW t apply for the funds on of Social Services - 744 P street, lk,rl]VjWl potential bidders. M.S. 19-41 - Sacramento, CA to be included in the 95814,(916)322-3141.. 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Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2695 Shack Dealer 7- Weather Picture k. ,, J.l? IhKh I ,,. I.,. 16 5 59 17 92 (,4 18 94 cd) 19 80 52 20 89 50 21 " 90 60 22 94 65 Rainfall to date 00.00" American Legion Auxiliary Deana Gambetta 6th and 7th grade, she presented Amy Schweikle a check in the amount of $25 and a citation. Well, you should have seen the surprised faces of these two recipients, they were stunned. Both mothers of the two winners were also present. These two youngsters won $7.50 on unit level, $7.50 on District level and $25 on State level. We are so proud of Washington School for their participation and we thank all the teahers who partici- pated in this program, especially Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Schmi who were the two winners' teachers. The auxiliary is very proud of all of you. After the poppy presentation, we had a surprise for Mary Jo and pre- sented her with a lovely hand made corsage, with a poppy and a flag on it, and she was presented some love cookies, as were all the others in attendance. We wished her well in her new enterprise. We shall miss you Mary Jo at the Reveille/ It was reported to us that the win- ner of the 54th National High School Oratorical Contest was Jack L. White II, 17 years of age who lives in Walnut Creek and the rumor is that in 1993, California will host the National Oratorical finals. Several posts have donated copies of the A merican Legion: A n Official His- tory to their libraries. We are happy to report that to date 93 members have sent in their dues, Elsie says thank you very much for responding so quickly. Keep up he good work! 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